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Carmen continuously annoys Gumball by correcting or criticizing his standards.




Episode credited cast:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Donielle T. Hansley Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Miss Lucy Simian / Tobias Wilson / Idaho
Kyla Rae Kowalewski ... Anais Watterson
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Marvin Finkleheimer
Kerry Shale ... Mike the Microphone Guy
Alix Wilton Regan ... Carmen


The Singing: The town of Elmore becomes an all-singing, all-dancing mash up. Everyone has a song inside them, but do they really need to be heard? / The Best: No matter what Gumball does, Carmen thinks she knows better. Gumball attempts to gain the moral high ground but fails spectacularly. He decides that self-improvement isn't his style. The only option he has left is to bring Carmen down to his level.

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It gets better
9 September 2017 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

I admit that I wasn't too eager to watch this as it's focused on Carmen. She isn't one of my favorite characters. It's still great that they focus on all the individuals. I ended up laughing a lot harder than I have in a long time. This episode features Carmen critiquing Gumball so he gets annoyed and tries to dig up dirt on her. He finds an old video of her committing crimes, but decides not to send it, but accidentally does it anyway. It's at this point in the episode that things really take off. It was great in the beginning too, especially with how Gumball hallucinated her as a spaghetti dog thing.

Another great bit was when they stopped Tobias from seeing the video by having his phone divide by zero and he gets sucked up into a black hole! There's also this great bit that's the first time since it happened that they reference Darwin and Carrie's relationship. Darwin and Gumball kiss each other's girlfriends saying it came from them. Then they slap each other saying the same thing. Maybe it's because they kissed the other's girlfriend. Anyway, there's tons of great jokes that makes this episode as hilarious as ever. Love the dog face bits too. ****

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