The Wattersons' battle for possession of the TV remote gets dirty.

Director:

Mic Graves

Writers:

Ben Bocquelet (as Benjamin Bocquelet), Jon Foster | 2 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Logan Grove ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Kwesi Boakye ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Kyla Rae Kowalewski Kyla Rae Kowalewski ... Anais Watterson (voice)
Teresa Gallagher ... Nicole Watterson (voice)
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Richard Watterson / Gary Hedges (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Beck Tony Beck ... Richard Watterson (voice)
Sandra Dickinson Sandra Dickinson ... (voice)
Stefan Ashton Frank Stefan Ashton Frank ... Mr. Robinson (voice)
Mic Graves Mic Graves ... (voice)
Tony Hull Tony Hull ... (as Anthony Hull)
Jessica McDonald Jessica McDonald ... Daisy the Donkey (voice)
Kerry Shale ... (voice)
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The Wattersons' battle for possession of the TV remote gets dirty.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

1 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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Good show but...
7 November 2014 | by thegalaxy89See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes of any animation I've ever bore witness to. This episode in particular went above and beyond and it feels like it didn't even try very hard to do so. Easily the funniest, and one of the best animated 24 minutes Cartoon Network has ever broadcasted on air. I hope this show stays in their line up for a long time. The Remote episode is a shining example of the broad cleverness that caters to all ages among the many many CN shows that attempt the same in writing and character development. The visual prowess of their audience is perfectly aligned with the images they portray in order to add not only the necessary, but the superfluous humor found in between and in the middle of the punch lines. Good show, this episode has made me a fan for life.


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