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The Outside 

When the family goes to visit Richard's dad, Frankie, who lives in a trailer in the town dump, they assume that he's done time in prison based on his extended absence from Richard's life and try to make him feel more at home.




Episode cast overview:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Donielle T. Hansley Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Teresa Gallagher ... Nicole Watterson (voice)
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Richard Watterson / Doughnut Sheriff (voice)
Kyla Rae Kowalewski ... Anais Watterson (voice)
Rich Fulcher ... Frankie Watterson (voice)


The Fuss: Nicole tries, and fails, to hide her disappointment when Richard and the kids fail to remember her special day. Richard has to figure out what special day he has actually forgotten and then make it a day to remember or else! / The Outside: The family goes to visit Richard's Dad. Based on his basic living standards and extended absence from Richard's life, they assume Frankie must have done a stretch in the slammer. When Frankie comes to stay with the Wattersons, they decide the way to make him comfortable is to make him uncomfortable and turn their house into a prison.

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Love these personas
10 February 2017 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

This episode features the Wattersons visiting Richard's father, Frankie, who is a giant mouse for some reason. I don't know how a mouse can be the father of a giant pink rabbit. Anyway, it's pretty funny to see everyone go into his "house" which is a really bad trailer. They think he was in jail for years so they actually invite him to their house and recreate it like a jail. It's hilarious to see the characters all get into their personas. Gumball already does this a lot, so he's the funniest. I love when he points out that he has a tattoo (well a drawing) of his girlfriend, Penny.

There's tons of great gags as always. I especially love the part where they use Richard as a dog to hunt down Frankie while escaping. Anais is great in this demanding role. It's just funny to see that coming from a cute little girl like her. Nicole is great as a prison guard which isn't really that far from her real personality. I admit that the set up makes little sense, but they still work hard to create this weird world. While not one of the best episodes, it's still funny as you can always expect from this show. ***1/2

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