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The animated comedy television series The Amazing World of Gumball features a wide array of primary and supporting characters, all of whom reside in the fictional American city of Elmore. The series primarily revolves around the daily life of Gumball Watterson The son may have been with Larry or before she met Larry, and Melted. Gumball and his family come back home from the Elmore Super Market and once they enter they are surprised to see a human family named. The Amazing World of Gumball. Meet the Wattersons: Mom, Dad, Anais, Darwin and of course Gumball! He's a twelve-year-old cat with a flair for misadventure.
Lato voiced by Jessica McDonald is a yellow ice cream cone who debuted in "The Banana" as a transferee to Elmore Junior High from nearby Richwood High and makes her first major role in "The Sweaters", where she attempts to defend Gumball and Darwin from two uptight human students, only to lead them into more trouble.
The manager gave them a new Bobert and sent old Bobert on a plane with a bunch of random old junk. Gumball and Darwin use new Bobert to fly up to the plane to get old Bobert back.
They open the hatch in the back of the plane and everything falls out including Bobert. While falling Gumball finds Bobert's original os disc and installs it. At the last minute before impact Bobert boots ups up and saves them from smashing in to the ground. Carmen[ edit ] Carmen voiced by Teresa Gallagher, season 1; Alix Wilton Reganseason 2 onward is a small green cactus who is considered to be a leader among her female classmates.
Their relationship in the cafeteria annoys their classmates, who are frequently annoyed by their romantic gestures and deem them "too perfect" and Alan interrupts and yells at Gumball.
Later Gumball and Darwin see Carmen crying and she says it's because her and Alan's relationship is too boring so she gets Gumball to flirt with her then kiss her. Alan gets jealous but won't say or do anything. Alan ends up saying he loves her so. Much that he wants her to be happy even if it isn't with him. Gumball tells him he needs to get back into dating to show Carmen he's moved on.
Alan reluctantly agrees and ends up dating Masami.
Masami had given Gumball the plan that Carmen would get jealous and try to get him back but really only wanted to date Alan. Gumball tries to tell Masami her plan didn't work when she informed him it worked perfectly cause now her and Alan were dating. Gumball is gonna go tell everyone of her plan but Masami turns into a huge storm and rampages through the school taking Alan with her.
Everyone chases them and then Alan bravely confronts Masami and states his feelings for Carmen. She is best friends with Penny Fitzgerald, Sarah, and Molly. Alan Keane[ edit ] Alan Keane voiced by Kerry Shale, season 1; Hugo Harrison, season 2 onward is a teal-colored balloon who, despite their physical incompatibility, is in a romantic relationship with Carmen and sits at lunch with her.
In "The Photo", Gumball envies him for having a beautiful face. Alan rebuffs this, but Gumball replies: In "The Vision" it is revealed Alan secretly plans to take over the world and rule it as a dictator, brainwashing people to eradicate sadness.
After discovering this, Gumball and Darwin attempt to assassinate Alan, which they succeed in after many failed attempts - though he reappears in subsequent episodes without any explanation. It was shown in an episode the world goes through chaos if Alan stops his kindness. Leslie[ edit ] Leslie voiced by Kerry Shale is an effeminate, friendly daisy who plays flute in the school band and can often be found hanging around the girls.
As a result, nobody in Elmore Junior High can understand him. She is talkative, odd, and obnoxious, and as a result is generally avoided by the rest of her classmates. She was the main problem for Darwin in "The Words". The directing staff did not like the character, so Rachel made a handful of cameos in the second season before being dropped from the show.
Ocho[ edit ] Harry[ citation needed ] "Ocho" Tootmorsel[ citation needed ] voiced by Max Cazier is a Space Invaders character-like 8-bit spider  and a generally friendly person, but often overreacts to what people say about him in a negative manner, such as to Darwin and Gumball after the latter accidentally sends him an insulting text message. They are not very popular, and as such are members of the "Reject Club" with Bobert and Ocho.
Small realize that all traces of Molly have vanished and nobody else seems to have any memory of her. Investigating further, they eventually open up a portal at the former location of Molly's home and are sucked into a void containing "all the mistakes the world has ever made", where they find and rescue her. Rob is formerly a tall blue cyclopsand is later a disfigured polygon white cyclops.
He tries to have some friendly conversation with Gumball and Darwin in "The Pony", only to discover — much to his annoyance — that the two do not even know his name.
As a result, he remembers that Gumball and Darwin left him and swears revenge on them for not noticing him.
In "The Ex", it is seen that Banana Joe was his new nemesis. But toward the end he resumes his hatred with Gumball. He made periodic appearances prior to the episode "The Hug", when Gumball hugs him several times to prove he is not predictable to Darwin. In "The Awkwardness," Gumball wants to buy ketchup for a hot dog before running into the Hot Dog Guy many other times in the episode. In "The Nest" he is seemingly eaten by the carnivorous baby turtles, but came back.
Clare Cooper[ edit ] An emo girl who is a human. She hates Gumball and Darwin, but is friends with Penny and Anais. He likes to lick Lucy's hair, and likes to sing while being held by Lucy. He teaches music, judges cheerleader tryouts, leads the school's band, and is a substitute sports teacher. He used to, along with Steve and Lucy, teach gym until Russo got her job.
His Cartoon Network biography states that their romance has been detrimental to his profession, leaving him incapable of properly running Elmore Junior High.
Simian[ edit ] Ms. Lucy Simian voiced by Lewis MacLeodseason 1; Hugo Harrison, season 2 onward is a 2 million year old baboon and the sadistic teacher of Gumball and Darwin's class as well as a major antagonist.
She takes great pleasure in giving her students pop quizzes and being generally unpleasant, and as such is widely reviled by the entire school body, save for Principal Brown, her love interest.
After his death in "The Mirror", he was resurrected by another spell but appeared as a revived corpse. He got better though. Played with; he's a fish that grew legs, so he technically has a separate head and body. However, his fish parts are highly stylized and his face is disproportionately large, meaning he'd basically be a Flying Face without his human-like arms and legs. Gumball once made angry grabbing motions at his legs, saying that he was trying to strangle Darwin but couldn't because he doesn't have a neck.
Also given as the reason he doesn't wear a shirt or pants, although he wore a collar and tie around the part where his legs meet his body in "The Puppy" and "The Egg". In the first season, Darwin was carefree, naive, and often had the moral high ground in many situations, not to mention often speaking with a grin on his face or his mouth going into a characteristic c-shape. In the second season, he's a lot more irritable and often no better than Gumball, though Darwin also gained the tendency to commit random acts of violence and became more of a Deadpan Snarker.
Starting with season 2, he is often seen puckering his lip when his mood is neutral. He has a higher moral sense than Gumball does and will usually voice his concerns.
In "The Sidekick", Gumball tells him that he counts on Darwin to stop him from going through with especially bad ideas. Surprisingly, despite him having a higher moral sense and being a decent guyDarwin has shown instances of being this trope. In "The Words", he's encouraged to speak freely and criticize. He ends up torturing an entire classroom with all his bottled-up loathing at their quirky antics. In "The Limit", when he and his siblings are sent to the car after throwing a tantrum for not getting candy, Darwin, suggests this solution of getting their mother back: We should make full-sized paper models of ourselves, set the car on fire, and push it off a cliff to teach Mom a lesson.
Gumball understandably calls Darwin out on his idea and at one point calls him a "psycho". In "The Safety", he ends up turning Elmore into a police state which devolves further into a totalitarian dictatorship.
Sometimes, when his voice breaks. Taken to extremes in "The Castle" when Gumball makes fun of his voice and he lets out a scream so shrill, it almost renders Gumball and Anais catatonic.
Played to comical heights. The human version of him Sarah drew in "The Shippening" has brown skin and orange hair. Well, usually his snarking is a lot more cheerful, but he gets more and more of it after the first season. Depending on the Writer: Like above, his level of intelligence also varies depending on the episode, as does how peaceful and innocent he is.
There's a general shift over time, from hopelessly naive and ignorant to mostly moral and positive, but prone to snark and a severe case of Beware the Nice Ones. He has at least a secondary role in more episodes than anyone but Gumball. Darwin, though he never tried a musical instrument before, was able to play "Clair de Lune" on a slide whistle.
In "The Origins", he was this to Gumball. Nice Guy", he has fangs and red eyes, as he happily points out. He reverts back to his normal appearance when Gumball slaps him. Darwin's fins don't usually have fingers, but he can still handle things as if they did.The Origins (with part 1 and 2!)
He may gain a thumb and sometimes an index finger. Fish out of Water: Good Cannot Comprehend Evil: In "The Wicked", he insists nobody's truly evil, and he spends the episode trying to prove that Mrs. Robinson has some good in her. He changes his mind when he makes Mrs. Robinson think he's choking, and she just smiles and watches. He gets incredibly jealous of the attention Gumball gives to Penny once they start dating.
The fact that he was immune to being possessed by jealousy in "The Flower" implies this is the first time in his life he's ever been jealous. They are brothers, best friends, and even sang a song in "The Compilation" about how close they are.
When taken over by Jealousy in "The Flower" he's the only one with no spite or envy of anyone else, instead just stating he's "actually quite happy with my life". Gumball took a peek inside his head in "The Sweaters" to see if he had any guilt, and just saw a brilliant shining light come out.
Like Gumball, Darwin tended to unintentionally offend people in the first season. Afterward he's much more snarky and aggressive, usually toward Gumball, but also more considerate—often excessively so. Darwin's treated like as much of a member of the family as Gumball is. Although legally, he's still registered as a pet. With Carrie and explored more in "The Scam". It finally happened between them in "The Matchmaker". In Touch with His Feminine Side: Darwin seems to have interests in classical music and synchronized swimming though the latter makes sense, considering he's a fish.
In early episodes he's almost unfailingly energetic. He becomes less so later on, but he's still usually more upbeat and optimist than Gumball.
As his full name states, he's not the first Darwin Watterson, the previous having been regular goldfish their whole lives. Though "The Origins" shows that the current Darwin is actually the sixth replacement, the previous having all died due to negligence and stupidity. He was once the family pet fish but then he sprouted legs and doesn't need water to breathe anymore. Think about that for a second. His middle names all have nautical connections. Gumball considers Darwin to be this to him.
Ugh, this momnapping thing was by far the worst leader move I've ever heard of! That's exactly the kind of idea you'd usually come up with! Yeah, but if it was my plan, I would have had you stop me from doing it! What do you mean? I mean, you're not a sidekick, dude. I need you, man!
Named After Somebody Famous: Darwin's quick to blame Gumball for a problem but will rarely own up to his own involvement in the situation. Gumball even calls him out on this in "The Law". He becomes more aggressive from the second season onwards, but he still remains a Cheerful Child.
When he was possessed by a spirit of jealousy, he reveals that "[he's] actually quite happy with [his] life" and holds no spite or envy towards anyone else. Is he gonna cry? Because if he cries, I'll cry! Not So Above It All: While he's usually the Only Sane Manwhen exposed to certain events that Gumball is up to, the roles can switch and Darwin can actually be even worse than Gumball himself: In "The Sidekick", Darwin's idea of making Tobias give back their game is to kidnap his mother; Gumball outright calls him a psycho for doing so.
In "The Banana," he initially preaches Turn the Other Cheek even as Gumball tries to insist he take revenge on Banana Joe for allegedly chewing the pen he borrowed, but when Joe accidentally destroys his homework as a result of Gumball's glue prankDarwin completely disregards his own advice, vandalizes Joe's locker, and when Mr. Small calls them into his office, has to be physically restrained from attacking Joe by Gumball. He tends to think with his stomach from time to time as most fish seem to do.
As of "The Matchmaker", he and Carrie are a couple. Though not necessarily the smartest person in any episode he's in, he's traded off on the role of "the only person being objective while everything's going nuts" with Anais on occasion, and has started playing the Straight Man to Gumball's antics more. Gumball basically says in "The Sidekick" that his role in their dynamic is to stop him from doing really crazy things.
Though at times, such as "The Sidekick", "The Phone", and "The Banana", roles switch and he actually acts worse than what Gumball does. Darwin calls his parents "Mrs. Dad"— not because he's distant from thembut because he's polite and slightly eccentric. Watterson", and Darwin partially missed the point. Pure Is Not Good: Darwin's innocent nature usually makes him fairly kind, but if exposed to certain events that Gumball is up to, he can be worse than him. Even in the first season it was implied he had a lot of pent up rage he was too innocent to express properly: Darwin's attempt to yell out his stress in "The Painting" produced a nuclear explosion, during which he continued smiling.
He becomes a couple with Carrie in "The Matchmaker". Same Clothes, Different Year: Darwin wears the same style of shoes in every flashback set after the end of "The Origins", where Gumball gave him his first pair. In season 1, he failed to understand sarcasm often, especially from Anais. In season 2, he snarks with the best of them. Can be this to Gumball on occasion. Like Gumball, he can't comprehend that Mr.
Robinson can't stand the Watterson family even when the evidence is right in front of him. He'll usually be the first person to call Gumball out on a selfish plan but will often end up assisting him anyway. He's able to guess what Chris Morris the hamster says in "The Burden" and speak squirrel in "The Question", probably because he used to be a pet. Of course, all the animals can speak and understand English anyway, making it a bit of a moot point.
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In "The Meddler", Darwin constantly smiles to hide his displeasure of Nicole coming to school—later on he keeps doing so because he forgot how to stop. In "The Gripes", he keeps smiling while trying to cheer up an unreasonably-grumpy Gumball, barely restraining himself from smashing his head in with a toaster, until he collapses into whining along with him.
He's a very good swimmer and can breathe underwater. He's a fishwhat do you expect? Despite being a fish, Darwin has teeth that are even more humanlike than the rest of the family's. Darwin has a mutual crush on Carrie, and both become nervous when they try to ask each other out. After he Came Back Wronghe was restored completely for no good reason aside from the implication that it occurred as the Snatcher's curse was broken.
Notably, while anything can become humanlike, he's the only character stated to have become human-like rather than being born that way.
The love is also presumably what caused him to grow in size, as he was regular goldfish sized when they first bought him, but by the time he gets home he is as tall as a 4-year-old Gumball. Nice Guy", where his voice drops a number of octaves and he gets an Evil Makeover.
Along with Gumball, his voice got deeper over the course of the first two season as his original VA Kwesi Boakye got older. Darwin's voice actor appears to have started puberty slightly later, resulting in Darwin's voice breaking often in season two, something Gumball's voice had mostly stopped by the end of season one which make sense in-series because Darwin is two years younger.
Gumball even mocks Darwin for it in "The Castle". Dude, have you noticed that your voice has changed?
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What, you mean how I sound like a man and you squeal like a piglet on helium? Would Hit a Girl: Younger Than They Look: When Darwin was two, he was of similar size and mental development as the four-year-old Gumball, and apparently started school at the same time they're still in the same grade despite Darwin lacking the academic skills to skip grades.
One assumes that Darwin aged faster before becoming a fully Uplifted Animal. Anais Watterson Voiced by: Kyla Rae Kowalewski Debut: Season 1, "The Responsible" Gumball's sister, a genius four-year-old pink rabbit.
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Due to her high intelligence, she attends Gumball and Darwin's middle school as well, one grade higher than them. Despite her competency, she still displays some traits of a typical four-year old. We see a much more awkward side of Anais in "The Friend" as she tries to make friends for the first time.
Despite this, she is still the same size. She's this to Gumball's Agent Mulder as she questions about such things as Gumball having bad luck in "The Curse" and Gumball having good luck when wearing the tinfoil hat in "The Helmet". Gumball is far more likely to annoy her, but she starts to have her own moments of acting bratty in the second season.
Anais has an amazing analytical ability, which is seen in "The Parking" and "The Detective", especially the latter. She managed to flip Richard when she was lost and scared in the desert as seen on "The Vacation". Suggesting that Daisy the Donkey was just a doll made her react with an absolutely monstrous looking face.
Shows this side of herself sometimes, such as in "The Car".