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The Lady 

The kids find out Dad has been dressing as a woman to make friends.


James Hamilton, Joe Markham (Writer)

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Episode credited cast:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson (voice)
Donielle T. Hansley Jr. Donielle T. Hansley Jr. ... Darwin Watterson (voice)
Luke McQuillan ... Angela (voice)
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Richard Watterson (voice)


The kids find out Dad has been dressing as a woman to make friends.

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5 January 2018 (USA) See more »

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Dandelion Studios See more »
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This episode parodies "GOLDEN GIRLS", the classic sitcom. Richard's line "thank you for being a friend" was the shows theme song. See more »


You've Been A Pal
Music and Lyrics by Willie Dowling
Performed by Luke McQuillan
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That was still good
9 January 2018 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

This isn't one of the show's strongest episodes, but is still good. The plot is that Richard is living a double life where he crossdresses and hangs out with these older women, unable to find male friends. Initially, Gumball and Darwin think he's having an affair. I really do like the designs of the old women. The show has few human characters and they're represented nice and goofy here. This is another episode that parodies the laugh track.

I admit it seems kind of redundant when "The Loser" already made fun of this, and it was much better. There is a pretty funny gag at the end. The entire episode is a parody of "The Golden Girls". Even as someone who never watched it, it's easy to tell what they're making fun of. It's kind of an odd thing to parody, but then again, they parody everything here. I'm glad to have seen this. ***

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