The Amazing World of Gumball

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In “The Outside”, Frankie says he lives with over 20 other parasites. One of these parasites is seen. In “The Date”, a pet tarantula called Mr. Cuddles that belongs to the Fitzgeralds is seen. Mr. Cuddles attacks Gumball twice and even gets him into a coma. Mr. Cuddles is only seen again in “The World”
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supersinger9000
The Wattersons consider eating a horse when they have run out of food, but ultimately cannot go through with it and end up grazing with him instead.
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Can't remember the episode name but there's a whole episode dedicated to when Penny's pet spider "Mr. Cuddles" gets flushed down the toilet and Gumball gets invited to the funeral - only to find that Mr. Cuddles is just fine and Not Flushed Down The Toilet
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DoesTheMonsterDie
Can confirm Gumball doesn't die.
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BonniBonBon
There are scenes in The Question and The Detective that are meant to resemble drug use, and other episodes also feature hallucinations, however no actual drugs are involved.
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hyperjenb
"The Job" makes a dead baby joke with a pizza being delivered to two pizza parents. The pizza isn't portrayed as alive but the parents react with horror when Gumball drops it and the sauce represents gore.
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BonniBonBon
In the episode The Ghost, a supporting character who is a ghost possesses one of the main characters. It's portrayed negatively but not played for drama/horror.
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supersinger9000
There is a creepy clown who is a minor character. However, he doesn't really do anything to the other characters besides creep them out a little.
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BonniBonBon
One of the supporting characters that goes to school with Gumball, Carrie, is a ghost with the personality of an emo teen. More ghosts appear in episodes related to her such as Halloween.
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anonymousthefiftieth
Retching sounds are heard various times
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PapaSquat
Not in a traditional sense but there's some moments used for comedy (like in The Pen where Gumball and Darwin beat themselves up) that could technically be considered as such
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supersinger9000
Gumball suffers from a brief one in the episode "The Rival", even saying word-for-word that "he's having anxiety attacks."
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In "The Night", Mr. Small's dream shows in him in a tiny, TINY and confined space and it's incredibly claustrophobic.
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hyperjenb
"The Ghost" depicts Carrie using Gumball's body to binge-eat despite Gumball's discomfort.
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hyperjenb
There is a lot of sexual innuendo, but most will fly over kids' heads.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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hyperjenb
Gumball and Darwin are adopted brothers and sometimes have questionable moments. Darwin is attracted to Gumball in "The Dress" when he thinks Gumball is a new girl and Gumball has a nightmare about having kids with Darwin. In "The Pressure" they kiss each other (though we don't see the kiss onscreen) and enjoy it, thinking they kissed their girlfriends instead. "The Shippening" depicts fanart of Gumball and Darwin in a romantic relationship.
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In "The Dress" Gumball doesn't have any clothes since all his shrunk way too much in the wash and he has to wear his mothers wedding dress and everyone thinks he's a beautiful new girl.
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anonymousthefiftieth
Richard’s obesity is the b**t of many jokes, but not in a genuinely hateful way.
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supersinger9000
As of the time I'm writing this, no, no it doesn't. The final episode, "The Inquisition", ends with (Spoilers!) The Void starting to swallow up all of Elmore, ostensibly due to the fact that the show is now over, and Rob falling into it screaming. There have been talks about a potential movie to wrap things up, but so far nothing has been confirmed.
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HoppipHarvest
Santa is thought not to be real in one episode, but he is confirmed to be real later in the episode.
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hyperjenb
Darwin loses his gills and suffocates onscreen during "The Rerun." He does revive at the end but it's a disturbing scene.
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hyperjenb
Nicole sometimes acts overly aggressively towards her children, particularly in episodes like "The Fridge," but her level of anger varies per episode and is played for laughs. "The Choices" also depicts Nicole's parents as emotionally abusive by putting too much pressure on her as a kid.
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Tom Raster
Characters have fallen offscreen on numerous occasions, sometimes leading to the character not showing up in future scenes. Howerver, there's always a joke implying that they survived.
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supersinger9000
There are many comedic car chases and car crashes throughout the series, but no one is injured.
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