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Gumball and Darwin put Anais' new friend, Josh, through a series of tests, to see if he's good enough for their sister.

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Mic Graves

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Ben Bocquelet (created by) (as Benjamin Bocquelet), Joe Markham (Writer) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Jacob Hopkins ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Terrell Ransom Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Kyla Rae Kowalewski ... Anais Watterson (voice)
Mic Graves Mic Graves ... Banana Joe (voice)
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Tobias Wilson (voice)
Teresa Gallagher ... Teri (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Bobert / Larry Needlemeyer (voice)
Philip Hunt Philip Hunt ... Josh (voice)
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Marvin (voice)
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The Re-Run: When we last saw Gumball, he was hitting rewind on Rob's Universal Remote just in time to save himself from being trapped in The Void. The remote has now taken Gumball back to the beginning of that disastrous day. Armed with the knowledge of what this day has in store, he must try and stop Rob from destroying his life. / The Guy: Gumball and Darwin put Anais' new friend, Josh, through a series of tests, to see if he's good enough for their sister. However, when the boys' extreme methods start freaking Josh out, he questions whether being Anais's friend is worth the trouble. So Gumball and Darwin end up having to convince Josh to give Anais a second chance.

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Featured some type of Power Rangers reincarnation called Bro-Squad. See more »

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Another friend?
8 September 2016 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

I admit that it's kind of annoying seeing as how we have yet another episode where Anais tries to get another friend. Still, I love this show so much it's hard for me to not even like the weakest episode. It's great to see another new character being introduced and everything is pretty unexpected. I actually am starting to like Anais as a character more. It's nice to have episodes to flesh her out, even if it's not that original. The ending is actually something I didn't expect at all. It does make sense in a weird way with the rest of the series.

I admit that the last two episodes were so amazing, it was a tough act to follow. It's still great to see everyone in character. The opening bit with the other characters getting away from her might be the best part. Everyone still acts fine. Anais does seem to come across as more likable. Like every other character, she's still fairly dysfunctional. It's still an episode I'd recommend. ***


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