Join the citizens of Elmore for a song and dance spectacular that will have people covering their ears with joy.

Director:

Antoine Perez

Writers:

James Hamilton, Joe Markham (Writer)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Teresa Gallagher ... Nicole Watterson / Teri (voice)
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Richard Watterson / Gary Hedges / Hobo (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson (credit only)
Sandra Dickinson Sandra Dickinson ... Mrs. Jötunheim / School Nurse / Banana Barbara (voice)
Stefan Ashton Frank Stefan Ashton Frank ... Mr. Robinson / Announcer (voice)
Steve Furst ... Principal Brown (voice)
Mic Graves Mic Graves ... Banana Joe (voice)
Donielle T. Hansley Jr. Donielle T. Hansley Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (credit only)
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Miss Simian (voice)
Alex Jordan ... Kip Schlezinger (voice)
Adam Long Adam Long ... Mr. Small (voice)
Jessica McDonald Jessica McDonald ... Pluto (voice)
Richard Overall Richard Overall ... Billy Parham (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Larry Needlemeyer / Hector Jötunheim / Bandage Doctor / The Sun (voice)
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From police chases to the inside scoop on Daisy the Donkey, Channel 6 Elmore News has all the top local stories. Experienced newscaster Kip Schlezinger brings the latest news, sports and weather, even when there is absolutely nothing to report.

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Country:

Canada

Release Date:

1 September 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Singing See more »

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Gumball, Darwin and Anais do not appear in this episode. See more »

Soundtracks

Symphony No. 5
Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by Mic Graves
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This gets better
11 November 2017 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

I admit that this episode starts off pretty slow, particularly with how it doesn't focus on the Watterson family. We get this news reporter named Kip who appears to be a live-action newspaper with clothes on. As the episode goes on, it does get much better. There's not that much plot except that the reporter is trying to find news even though there's nothing happening. I laughed when they did the bit with Daisy Donkey. They have a puppet show featuring her and treat her like an actual celebrity. She gets into a literal fight with her co-worker puppet. We actually get to see a live-action puppeteer have his hands fight each other with the puppets.

It then mentions that Daisy is going to do community service. We then see the man cleaning up litter with the mouth of the puppet. Well from another episode, we knew Daisy Donkey was unstable! There's another great bit where he goes to the sports and it features this hilarious mascot puppet thing yell about sports. Trust me, it's funnier than it sounds. There's even some nice bits at the end where Kip is fighting with another puppet or whatever technique they're using. Not a masterpiece, but something you want to see the whole way through. ***1/2


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