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The Intelligence 

Gumball and Darwin argue with the Internet and make him mad. So mad in fact that he seeks to wipe out humanity and, while doing so, malfunctions! The whole of Elmore is plunged into a time ... See full summary »

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James Hamilton, Joe Markham (Writer)
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Episode credited cast:
Nicolas Cantu ... Gumball Watterson
Maria Teresa Creasey ... Susan Benson
Sandra Dickinson ... Mrs. Jotunheim
Stefan Ashton Frank Stefan Ashton Frank ... Gaylord Robinson / Jeff Benson
Steve Furst Steve Furst ... Principal Nigel Brown
Teresa Gallagher ... Jackie Wilson / Margaret Ribinson
Mic Graves Mic Graves ... Banana Bob
Hugo Harold-Harrison ... Timmy the Internet / Tobias Wilson / Miss Lucy Simian / Quattro Pepperoni
Jessica McDonald Jessica McDonald ... Sarah G. Lato
Dan Russell Dan Russell ... Doughnut Sheriff / Gary Hedges / Marvin Finklehimer
Kerry Shale ... Harold Wilson / Larry Needlemeyer
Christian J. Simon ... Darwin Watterson
Alix Wilton Regan ... Hexagon lady
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Gumball and Darwin argue with the Internet and make him mad. So mad in fact that he seeks to wipe out humanity and, while doing so, malfunctions! The whole of Elmore is plunged into a time before technology. It's actually pretty nice. Will Gumball and Darwin decide to leave the internet unplugged?

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »

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Well, I feel better
11 July 2018 | by ericstevensonSee all my reviews

I had already seen all these episodes, but had to see them again to review them. I think I've seen every episode of this show twice and I still don't think I got all the gags! Here we have the Internet being shut off. Everyone in Elmore ends up acting like it's the Middle Ages. One great joke is when they're trying to punish the witch. One of the actual characters is a witch herself.

Why does everyone seem to be wearing cult robes at the end? That yolo joke was great too. You have to look closely for every single joke. I've been having worse depression for several months and I forgot it all by watching these great cartoons. Don't worry, Mom, I truly believe it will go away by my next doctor appointment. I know we're wondering when. ***1/2


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18 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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