Top 10 Worst Amazing The World of Gumball Episodes
Yes, I really hate this episode but it's the worst in my opinion, but I still dispize it. I think the worst is...
And Why does nobody talk about that episode!? It's not funny in the slightest, it's the creepiest gumball
episode and it's one of the worst episodes I've ever seen on my telivision. And get me started on the flashing hair scences or the design of Chris Morris
This episode is crusually bad bbuttt there are still 9 episodes I think are worse:
1. The Burden PS. Why does nobody talk about this episode!?
2. The Girlfriend
3. The Worst
4. The Kiss
5. The Uncle
6. The Hero
7. The Crew
8. The Traitor
9. The Petals
Why did I like this episode?! Gumball and Darwin were complete jerks to Larry! Causing him to lose his job, his car, and his girlfriend!
I agree, this one wasn't horrific but definitely one of the worsts. It did include Richard tricking his own children, which is kind of cruel
Here's another thing about this episode: not only was Darwin creepy, but the other kids are extremely stupid for believing Gumball to be a beautiful girl. Like, I understand that this is a season one episode and what they were going for, but at the same time, it just gave off this vibe that they're practically idiots, because they never have a resolution or realization. They just believe it even though they could have known right off the bat it was Gumball. Heck, Gumball's voice is the closest thing to giving him away and they still can't tell it's him! Anais is the only smart character in this episode while Darwin is creepy and the other students are stupid.
Why does everyone think that Darwin was being gay? He wasn't! How was HE suppose to know that it was ACTUALLY GUMBALL wearing that dress and the hat? I mean, not all cartoon characters recognize each other under disguises. If you watched Spongebob season 4 episode 'That's No Lady' you'll see the part where Squidward and Mr. Krabs were flirting with Patricia (*cough, cough* Patrick*cough, cough*) but they didn't know that it was ACTUALLY Patrick until the end, so they were not gay! But I hate this episode too.
The thing I hate the most about this episode is that Penny Fitzgerald is one of the students who LAUGHS at Gumball near the end of the episode when they see he is naked which is just extremely out of character and just plain wrong, I mean for goodness sake Penny is way too nice and friendly to do something like this and the fact she was one of the student cruelly laughing at him being naked left a bad taste in my mouth, it's one of the main reasons why I despise this episode because of how infuriating it is.
What makes this bad is Darwin. He's creepy in this episode. He falls in love with his own brother and acts like a stalker the whole time. Also, why was everyone laughing at Gumball for being naked at the end when THEY are naked themselves? A really hard to watch and uneasy episode in my opinion.
I didn't care for at all for the Laziest, but it never struck a huge nerve with me. But this episode angered me to the core. How is this not #1? It encourages people to do nothing in abusive relationships. Hello? That is very dangerous advice! People could get themselves killed if they followed this advice! It says that victims that speak up to their abusers will only get hurt. That is not ok, especially on childrens entertainment. Imagine if a child was being manipulated and abused by a bully or a friend! If they watched this episode, they could have a rotten life. I like The Amazing World of Gumball, but this episode made the show worse for me.
This episode stinks. Why would someone not to anything when they are abused in their rele tionship?
And this contains the worst advices I've ever heard
Darwin: "The problem with her is that she doesn't understand love, so the best thing to do is wait quietly until she gets better."
Gumballl: "Dude, all you gotta do is keep your mouth shut and say nothing".
I'm very surprised that this isn't number one on this top tens list. This episode was like an actual family guy episode. It's such a shame that CN allowed all this to be shown. And what's worse, it's all shown on a KIDS CHANNEL! CN has to bring their act together.
How does this episode send " the wrong message"? That was entirely the point of what Gumball and Darwin were saying, it was meant to be terrible information. Besides, 5-10 year olds have no idea what an abusive relationship is.
I agree with everything Jmanx7 said, but just because the episode is called The Worst doesn't automatically mean that this is the worst episode. At least in the end they learn to accept their lives for the way they are.
Definitely the worst episode of the show. The way they portray feminism doesn't sit right with me (and I do have some feminist beliefs) and Nicole seems quite out of character. All the other problems are just portrayed badly too. The one thing I will give this episode is I guess the intentions were good? The message of everybody having it bad in their own way is definitely true, but that doesn't excuse this episode.
The main problem with this episode is that 80% of the jokes are just stereotypes. Ha, it's funny because men are slobs. Ha, it's funny because women think they need to look perfect. Ha, it's funny because adults have no imagination. Just... why? Stereotypes aren't funny, and neither is this episode. And yeah, I know, satire is a thing, but still.
They try to say that everyone has it bad and then just ignore everyone's problems by giving Nicole nothing but screentime and the last word, only validating her word despite the fact it is inaccurate in several ways and filled with sterotypes about men while treating women like they're the only ones with problems. Easily the only Gumball episode that geniunly disgusted me. Worst of the worst.
Normally gumball has great stories but this one is really bad. This episode also is a gross out. Disgusting! I really hated this episode.
This is one of the worst episodes ever. It's like "Someone's in the kitchen with Sandy" from Spongebob. It even has the same problems that episode had, most commonly the use of two tactics that are overused and those most people hate to see: having a character suffer for no reason and making the characters more stupid than they ever been!
To sum the episode up: Gumball tries to help Bobert be like a normal person, Bobert then dresses himself up as Gumball and steals his life, and Gumball goes through a lot of misery while the other characters are too stupid to see or realize that this is actually Bobert, like so stupid they can't tell it's him despite his cheap, easy to see though Gumball costume!
Just, what were the writers thinking!?!
Every character except Gumball and Bobert is made stupider just so they could make this plot work. Even Gumball recognizes this, as when Darwin asks who to attack, he says "The one that is clearly not a robot." It could be possibly that the characters are not dumb, but in fact trying to make Gumball Jealous/Work harder, Or that they were threatened by Bobert, but this is never explained (And even if that is the case, it makes the m seem a lot meaner). Gumball gets hurt the most in this episode, and all he did was try to help a friend out. The worst part of all is that nobody ever is confronted about thinking Bobert was Gumball (or acting like he was.) I think the writers learned from their mistake, however, as the episode and the events in it (such as Penny going on a date with Bobert) are never mentioned again.
Uh... okay? Yeah, this episode is honestly confusing. I don't know why, but it really isn't that bad. It focuses on one of my favorite characters in this show, but it reminds me of a song I like. And I agree with that large comment.
Accurate depiction of the writers of the episode:
Writer's Wife: What should this episode be about.
Writer: Hmmm, Oh, I've Got It. Bobert The Robot steals Gumball's life and no one can tell it's Bobert despite Gumball's face crudely painted on him.
Writer's Wife: (gasps and kisses hand) Mwa Mwa Mwa, Oh Honey, You Are a Genius.
This one made me laugh
No, seriously though. If I was that emotional over a cartoon, I'd be bawling my eyes out watching this episode. Although I really don't like this episode at all, I'm a very emotional person and will literally cry over emotional things on the internet. I used to not do that for years actually, but when I saw Most Emotional Soldiers Coming Home Comp. I was crying actual tears. Haha, I know I'm off topic. Anyway, not one bit of this episode did I like except for the ending.
Okay, even if Gumball is responsible, that's NO excuse for the writers to make him as annoying and destructive as possible... The episode starts with him saying stuff back to his mom, thinking that he's not helping, so he gets grounded... But when his sister is in his room, but the next... he has a screeching voice. Okay - before you say "he's responsible" - NOT. AN. EXCUSE. Oh, and he WAS in the dirty cement and a truck comes and make him all covered in dirt. Okay, once again - just because he's supposed to be responsible - that's NOT AN EXCUSE for this. Even though the episode is way too long, that doesn't excuse it for being this teeth grindingly annoying... And the fact that his dad very FORGIVES him for doing all the bad stuff that he did. GREAT. Just GREAT. Now, before you start berating me for making a comment about something from this show, I can only say - imagine what would happen if a KID watched this and took it to heart... They would try to do their chores to get what ...more
Technically, all this was Richard's own fault. He's such an embarrasment to the whole Watterson family, which is why nobody likes them, while there are the only 2 smart people in that family and on the other hand the three stupid idiots on the planet. But then of course, there's Richard. All he does is lie around like the fat couch potato he is, watch T.V., eat, eat, EAT, and get fatter and fatter until eventually he dies I WISH, and then Gumball and Darwin are saying the truth and he cries. Like, what?
When I saw this episode, I was like, OMIGOD worst episode ever! I can't believe all that torture to Gumball and Darwin just for saying a few things about their father like how lazy he is or how embarrassing he is. What were they suppose to tell their friends? LIES?! This cost them not eating, showering and because of that, they weren't even allowed on the school bus. Firstly, all those stuff they said were true. Secondly, Anais and Nicole KNOW that it was true. THEY LIVE WITH HIM TOO! that's the worst part. Everyone is always ganging up on Gumball and Darwin, (even though they can be extremely disrespectful at times) and no one would even admit that they were right! how annoying is that?!
This episodes is terrible... This episode left many unanswered questions. I hate the bad ending. Why did they made this terrible episode!?
Really, it's like if a creator hate its own cartoon and decide to ruin it by making and episode ended by a bad ending and a cliffhanger.
This episode is NOT the Series Finale. Ben would not end his show like this.
This has got to be the worst series finale of any cartoon, oh wait, SHOW. I hope they do a movie
The reason why they're both on this list because I hate The World but The Extras was good but not that great, I will say that this is probably the best out of all the Season 3 episodes but that's the thing, The World suck but yeah, I know I said that I hate all the things that were on lists with the worst stuff. I don't hate The Extras but since all the bad Gumball episodes are there, they should be kept on this list. I don't understand why the good ones are here, so yeah.
Since The Sweaters isn't on this list, I'll just go with this one. The World I haven't watched yet, but I have watched The Extras, and THAT WAS TERIBLE.
Snap I just realized that I mixed up The Others with The Extras shoot
I don't know "The Extras" but "The World" is extremely STUPID. And it's not a Gumball episode. Not even close.
These are good.
I actually really liked this one. Although it's kind of rough at the beginning, it's still solid and some parts have a final destination vibe to me, and that whole chain reaction-like process is fascinating to me.
I hate the episode because it is weird that gumball should go to the hospital like a stupid Shows not like mixels vaudeville fun.
This episode should be much lower. Why? because it's absolutely hilarious!
Poor Gumball. He needs hugs.
I think why Gumball and Darwin weren't in this episode was so they could make room for the disgusting sewer rats. I guess we'll never know what Gumball and Darwin were doing at the time since excused absences always are much more common with boring Live-Action Sitcoms!
Ben Bocquelet must have had an obsession with Alvin and The Chipmunks during the production of this episode, so he decided to cut Gumball and Darwin's parts out to make room for his version of said trio.
How can you make a musical and hot involve Gumball, the main character? That's like making a SpongeBob SquarePants musical without SpongeBob SquarePants.
Now that I think about it, why weren't they in this episode?
A Gumball and Darwin torture porn that relies WAY too much on facial humor. And it just fuels my hatred for Anais even more.
You really need to feel sorry for Gumball and Darwin here.
Worst part. Anais even got Gumball and Darwin grounded twice! Pure evil!
A bad start for Season 6...
This is one of the only episodes in which I hate Darwin, another one being The Laziest. Gumball was just trying to help him and Darwin treated him like crap. And what made me mad in this episode is when Principal Brown nearly suspended him just because he was talking to Darwin. He was just protecting him from Leslie! The only part I liked about this episode is when Darwin forgets to sing his tune at the end, because I find that karma for treating Gumball like crap.
I laughed when Leslie and Gumball celebrated Darwin failing to play his flute, because, like a comment here, it sure is karma.
This episode is why I hate Principal Brown now. He almost suspended Gumball, because he was just talking to Darwin in the bathroom!
I'd like to see Trevor Philips shoot at the marching band in the gym or at the parade.
I think this is supposed to be a homage to something.
Nah this is creepy as hell, it's not that bad.
This one was interesting...
Best episode of Season 3!
Say what you want about the dress. What happens in THIS episode? Tobias goes around, saying hi and smacking people's butt. Everyone that is, except for GUMBALL. I hate everything about this episode. The way he keeps sticking out his butt for Tobias to smack it, you know for sure that GUMBALL knows nothing about making friends. Then it all goes downhill from there. I have no problems with some of the songs here. It's this song that annoys me the most! The end is what pissed me off the most that made me want to throw the remote at my T.V.. So first off, he plays a trick on Tobias. Then in the end, he learns absolutely NOTHING! He scolds Tobias for slapping his butt for once and for all. Terrible episode! 0/10
This episode is the absolute worst in the series, no one acknowledge s the fact that this is a very gay episode. And don't say "did you watch the dress. This episode is absolutely pointless. In the end, Gumball scolds Tobias for fuffiling his gay fantasy's
I think this is by far the most DISGUSTING, SICKENING, REVOLTING MOST SORRY EXCUSE FOR AN EPISODE I'VE SEEN IN MY LIFE! I think this episode is way worse than The Cringe, The Hug, and The Awkwardness. It's all about suffering under the sun, burning yourself, just because nobody wants to smack your butt. It's a very terrible episode for kids and the song made me cringe. The many synonyms for butt, like behind, booty, rump, hiney, derrière and backside. I felt like destroying the T.V.. The lyrics were so gross. I also feel that it's very innapropriate and not a good lesson for kids. So say what you want about all these other ones, like the cringe, the awkwardness, the hug and the dress. I think this one is the nastiest
What is it with TAWOG and their disgusting obsessions with making disgusting and gay episodes, like...
This is weird, even for Gumball.
I liked this one
A funny way to open up season 2 and the ending is creepy.
Actually, I think it's a good episode. (SPOILERS AHEAD) I mean, the family tries to make Darwin feel like he's at home. They show pity when they release him, and in the end the family shouts, "You truly are a Watterson! " Now THAT'S what I call a happy ending! However, whoever dislikes it, I respect your opinions.
Thank You for reading this!
This is gonna sound crazy but I actually enjoyed this one. But even so couldn't you have done one like GumBall had a secret twin brother or sister and than he/she said "she/he wants to challenge GumBall because he stole her 6th whisker which could explain why we always see 5 on his head.