Gumball and Darwin attempt to teach Bobert to behave safely, but Bobert applies logic to their rules.

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Mic Graves

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Ben Bocquelet (created by) (as Benjamin Bocquelet), James Hamilton | 3 more credits »
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Jacob Hopkins ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Terrell Ransom Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Greg Eagles ... Bobert (voice)
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Miss Simian (voice)
James Gower James Gower ... Mall Guard (voice)
Richard Overall Richard Overall ... Billy Parham (voice)
Adam Long Adam Long ... Mr. Small (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Larry Needlemeyer (voice)
Alex Jordan ... Goblin (voice)
Simon Lipkin Simon Lipkin ... Rocky Robinson (voice)
Steve Furst ... Principal Brown (voice)
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Gumball and Darwin attempt to teach Bobert to behave safely, but Bobert applies logic to their rules.

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17 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dandelion Studios See more »
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Bobert again
9 December 2016 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

While not quite one of the best episodes, this is still great. I thought I saw all of this, but apparently I must have turned off the TV early on. This is another Bobert themed episode and it's great to have the early scenes where Gumball tries to protest Miss Simian. This is all caused because he and Darwin want Bobert to help them with their homework and it does work in something great for a final punchline. It's really interesting just to see how much their commands can screw up this robot.

I loved when Gumball kept getting injured, but then Darwin wasn't. Hey, he feels bad when he does get injured! Funny to see Gumball's head blown off, but then he heals instantly. The funniest part was when Bobert had to upload the law and started mentioning the laws in all these other states. Wait, what state is Elmore in anyway? Is it really illegal in New Mexico for women to not be shaved? Also, why would Bobert want to terminate mankind? They're talking animals and objects, not humans! Well, I guess mankind just means intelligent creatures. ***1/2


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