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The Potato 

When Darwin has lunch with Idaho, he decides to stop eating potatoes in solidarity with his brotato, but he finds his obsession with his favorite food harder to kick than he ever imagined, ... See full summary »

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Joe Markham (Writer), Ciaran Murtagh (Writer)
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Episode cast overview:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Donielle T. Hansley Jr. Donielle T. Hansley Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Idaho (voice)
Jessica McDonald Jessica McDonald ... Carrie / Sarah (voice)
Teresa Gallagher ... Teri (voice)
Adam Long Adam Long ... Mr. Small (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Goblin (voice)
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When Darwin has lunch with Idaho, he decides to stop eating potatoes in solidarity with his brotato, but he finds his obsession with his favorite food harder to kick than he ever imagined, so Gumball decides to help his friend curb his carb cravings.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

7 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Dandelion Studios See more »
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The potato hallucination sequence is a parody of the "Bohemian Rhapsody" music video by Queen. See more »

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More trope mocking!
8 February 2017 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

While not as good as the previous episode, this was still as hilarious as ever. The best thing is that the whole thing is mostly a parody of Carnivore Confusion. It's the idea that intelligent things are getting eaten by other intelligent things and that could be considered murder. It was already parodied in "Sausage Party" but this was just something more enjoyable overall. This episode features Darwin thinking that eating potatoes is bad because one of the fellow students, Idaho, is well a potato. The funniest thing is easily near the end when it shows a truck full of coleslaw making it look like it's going to hit Idaho, but it's actually on another road.

They do this great bit where they show how Mr. Small got rid of his habit of eating meat. They then show sausage links on his desk. Now, a lesser show would have just ended the joke right there, but instead they ran with it and continued with it to make it funnier. Sarah is back and is as hilarious as ever. The best parts with her are probably when she's in group therapy. While some of it doesn't quite make sense, it's still as hilarious as ever. Hey, the Nostalgia Critic actually mentioned this show in his Garfield 2 review! ****


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