The Amazing World of Gumball (season 2)

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The Amazing World of Gumball (season 2)
Cover art for digital downloads
Country of originUnited Kingdom
United States
No. of episodes40
Release
Original networkCartoon Network
Original releaseAugust 7, 2012 –
December 3, 2013
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List of The Amazing World of Gumball episodes

The second season of the British-American animated television series The Amazing World of Gumball, created by Ben Bocquelet, originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. The season debuted on August 7, 2012 and ended on December 3, 2013. This season consists of 40 episodes. The season focuses on the misadventures of Gumball Watterson, a blue 12-year-old cat, along with his adopted brother, Darwin, a goldfish. Together, they cause mischief among their family, as well as with the wide array of students at Elmore Junior High.

Development[edit]

Concept[edit]

The season focuses on the misadventures of Gumball Watterson, a blue 12-year-old cat, along with his adopted brother, Darwin, a goldfish. Together, they cause mischief among their family, as well as with the wide array of students at Elmore Junior High, where they attend middle school. In a behind-the-scenes video documenting the production of this season, creator Ben Bocquelet expanded on the development of some of the characters, and how they are based on interactions from his childhood.[1]

Production[edit]

The second season began filming on February 7, 2012 and ended filming on June 4, 2013. Before the series premiered on Cartoon Network, a second season was announced in March 2011, consisting of 40 11-minute episodes.[2] Production for the season started in June of the same year.[2] Executive producer and vice president of Cartoon Network Development Studio Europe, Daniel Lennard stated his enthusiasm in the series as "one of the most exciting animation shows to launch in recent years. Commissioning a second series before the first show has aired shows our absolute commitment and belief in the series and we're hoping audiences the world over will embrace this show as much as we have."[2]

An episode entitled "The Rex", that was going to reveal Mr. Rex's (Tina Rex's father) full appearance, was written for this season but never produced for fiscal reasons.[3] The episode's script was later (apparently) rewritten for show's fourth season's episode "The Routine", although some fans recommended Bocquelet make the episode as part of the next season.[4]

The season marks a visual change from the prior season; Bocquelet states that he and his production staff had to adapt the art style from the first season in order for more complex animations to work within the 2D and 3D environments.[5] In a subsequent interview with World Screen, he retrospectively described the workflow of the season which proved just as difficult as the first for him and his team; he jokingly stated that he and his staff "went into the second series thinking that we were seasoned animation warriors. The second series proved to be quite hard."[6]

Reception and release[edit]

Ratings[edit]

The season premiered with the episode "The Remote". The episode was watched by 1.805 million viewers,[7] marking a decrease from the first season premiere, which had been viewed by 2.120 million viewers for its premiere.[8] The episode with the highest reported viewers for the season was the medial episode, "The Virus", which was watched by 2.570 million viewers.[9] This season had an average of 1.712 million viewers per episode in the United States, a decrease from the previous season which had an average of 1.998 million viewers. The first episode was broadcast on a Tuesday at 8:30 PM. Episodes 2-19 were broadcast Tuesdays at 7:00 PM. Episodes 20-30 were broadcast Wednesdays at 7:30 PM. Episodes 31-40 were broadcast Tuesdays at 7:30 PM.

Reviews and accolades[edit]

Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly gave the season premiere "The Remote" a favorable review. In his article, he praised the visuals, namely "the sophisticated composition of the characters and the show's mastery of pop fun [appealing] to older viewers as well [as young viewers]."[10]

Episodes[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byStoryboarded byOriginal air date [11]Prod.
code [12]
US viewers
(millions)
371"The Remote"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesAurelie CharbonnierAugust 7, 2012 (2012-08-07)GB2021.81[7]
The family wants to watch their show at the same time, but they can only watch one show at the same time, the family fights for the remote, but Anais has a plan.
382"The Colossus"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesChuck KleinAugust 14, 2012 (2012-08-14)GB2081.59[13]
Gumball and Darwin help Hector the giant be less boring after accepting an ElmorePlus friend request from him and visiting his cave — only to learn that Hector needs to be kept boring for the good of Elmore.
393"The Knights"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesAurelie CharbonnierAugust 21, 2012 (2012-08-21)GB201
N/A

Gumball is banned from seeing Penny after her father thinks the entire Watterson family is dysfunctional when passing by, and Sir Tobias swoops in to be Penny's love.

Song: I Wanna Study with Your Daughter
404"The Fridge"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesSebastian HarySeptember 4, 2012 (2012-09-04)GB2032.00[14]
Nicole begins recording the other family members' success on a chart hanging on the fridge, and when she finds out Gumball hasn't achieved anything, she begins pushing him into being a success.
415"The Flower"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesWilliam Laborie and Chuck KleinSeptember 11, 2012 (2012-09-11)GB2071.99[15]
Gumball becomes jealous of Leslie because he thinks he's dating Penny, which turns out to be a demon spirit that needs to be exorcised.
426"The Banana"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAdrian MaganzaSeptember 11, 2012 (2012-09-11)GB2091.99[15]
Darwin lends his pen to Banana Joe, but when it comes back chewed, Gumball's thoughts turn to revenge.
437"The Phone"Ben Bocquelet, Chris Garbutt, and Mic GravesSebastian HarySeptember 18, 2012 (2012-09-18)GB2041.83[16]
When Gumball and Darwin get their first cellphone, they foolishly give out their number to their "intense" classmate Ocho. When Darwin gets addicted to the phone, Gumball takes the phone and accidentally sends an insulting message to Ocho, getting the three into a fight.
448"The Job"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesBen MarsaudSeptember 18, 2012 (2012-09-18)GB2061.83[16]

Richard gets a job as a pizza delivery man, which worries Nicole when, at the same time, strange things begin to occur around the neighborhood. When it becomes apparent that Richard has disrupted the balance of the universe by getting a job, his family desperately tries to get him fired.

Songs: Pizza Rap, Pizza Pizza Pizza
459"Halloween"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAurelie Charbonnier and William Laborie
Sebastian Hary (uncredited)
October 23, 2012 (2012-10-23)GB2051.71[17]
Carrie takes the Watterson siblings to a real haunted house party on Halloween.
4610"The Treasure"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesBen MarsaudOctober 30, 2012 (2012-10-30)GB2111.95[17]
Gumball, Darwin and Anais try to solve the mystery of why their family can't afford anything besides cheap knock-offs and non-descript groceries.
4711"The Apology"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAdrian MaganzaNovember 6, 2012 (2012-11-06)GB2152.12[18]

Gumball and Darwin are owed apologies by Miss Simian, but she stubbornly refuses to give them and goes to great lengths to prove that they are bad kids.

Song: We’re Rich
4812"The Words"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontBen MarsaudNovember 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)GB2141.83[19]

Darwin is too polite to speak his mind, so Gumball teaches him to be more direct.

Songs: What He Thinks About Us!, No More Mr. Nice Guy!
4913"The Skull"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesAkis DimitrakopoulosNovember 20, 2012 (2012-11-20)GB2121.86[20]
Clayton (a red ball of clay notorious for lying) accidentally causes destruction in the men's locker room with Gumball and Darwin and lies about what happened to cover up for their deed. However, Gumball and Darwin soon begin to feel his influence--and incur the wrath of an Elmore student who got expelled.
NOTE: Most international versions of this episode (including versions shown in the United States) cut an entire sequence showing Gumball, Darwin, and Clayton using electroshock collars to curb their lying.
5014"The Bet"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAdrian MaganzaNovember 27, 2012 (2012-11-27)GB2201.62[21]
When Bobert becomes Gumball's servant for a day, Gumball uses the fact that robots obey every single command to his advantage.
5115"Christmas"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontChuck Klein and William LaborieDecember 4, 2012 (2012-12-04)GB2171.70[22]

A homeless man (voiced by Brian Blessed), believed to be Santa Claus, gets accidentally run over by the Wattersons during a visit to Elmore, so it is up to them to save Christmas.

Songs: It’s Christmas Eve, Christmas is Cancelled
5216"The Watch"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontJean TexierJanuary 22, 2013 (2013-01-22)GB2191.75[23]
Gumball and Darwin are forced to retrieve an old family watch from an elderly neighbor, Marvin Finkleheimer (the red jelly bean seen with Betty the chalkboard woman, Louis the Mickey Mouse-esque rodent, and Donald the plaid swatch).
5317"The Bumpkin"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesAkis DimitrakopoulosJanuary 29, 2013 (2013-01-29)GB2221.84[24]

Envious of his rustic lifestyle, Gumball invites Idaho over to teach the Wattersons how to live outside.

Song: Aberdeen
5418"The Flakers"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontBen MarsaudFebruary 5, 2013 (2013-02-05)GB2181.65[25]
After bailing on him while getting chased by Tina Rex, Gumball and Darwin have a falling-out and the only way they can make up is with the help of Anais — while all of them have to look after the house and an anesthetic-addled Richard while Nicole is at work.
5519"The Authority"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesBen MarsaudFebruary 12, 2013 (2013-02-12)GB2231.78[26]
After Richard is put in the hospital after trying to fix the satellite TV in the house, Granny Jojo (Richard's overbearing mother) moves in and safeguards the entire house, turning Gumball, Darwin, and Anais fat like Richard.
5620"The Virus"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAkis DimitrakopoulosJune 5, 2013 (2013-06-05)GB2162.57[9]
An evil virus seeks vengeance on Gumball, Darwin, and Teri after they wipe out his army of bacteria.
5721"The Pony"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Mic Graves, Jon Foster, and James LamontBen MarsaudJune 12, 2013 (2013-06-12)GB2251.95[27]

Gumball and Darwin rent a film to watch with Anais, but they keep running into distractions on their way home.

Song: Don’t Know Me
5822"The Hero"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Mic GravesJean TexierJune 19, 2013 (2013-06-19)GB2101.37[28]

Richard gets saddened when he realizes his sons think of him as a laughingstock, and when Nicole severely punishes Gumball and Darwin for them by cutting them off from all the amenities in the house, the boys decide to stage a dangerous rescue in order to make Richard out to be a hero.

Song: My Little Ones
5923"The Dream"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAdrian MaganzaJune 26, 2013 (2013-06-26)GB2261.59[29]
Gumball holds a grudge against Darwin after seeing him kiss Penny in a dream.
6024"The Sidekick"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAdrian MaganzaJuly 3, 2013 (2013-07-03)GB2291.76[30]
Gumball and Darwin's attempts to get a game back from Tobias are hampered when Darwin begins to feel like a mere sidekick to Gumball and decides to be the leader...by abducting Tobias' mom, Jackie.
6125"The Photo"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonJean TexierJuly 17, 2013 (2013-07-17)GB2281.20[31]
Gumball tries to look good in the school photo.
6226"The Tag"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAkis DimitrakopoulosJuly 24, 2013 (2013-07-24)GB2301.42[32]

Richard and Mr. Robinson are both put under house arrest after fighting over a trash can, and each tries to continue it through Gumball and Darwin.

Song: Baby
6327"The Storm"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Jon Foster, and James LamontBen MarsaudJuly 31, 2013 (2013-07-31)GB2211.57[33]
A plot to improve Alan and Carmen's relationship backfires, and Gumball has to reunite them.
NOTE: In the original version, Gumball's line before he accidentally kisses Carmen is, "Gumball Watterson may be a lot of things, but he is not a cheap, corruptible bimbo!" Most versions, particularly the version shown on Cartoon Network's American channel, replaces "bimbo" with "coward".
6428"The Lesson"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAkis DimitrakopoulosAugust 7, 2013 (2013-08-07)GB2271.42[34]

Gumball and Darwin slack off the night before a math test and after eating pages from books to absorb knowledge (only to learn that they're not eating the right books), they decide to cheat — and end up getting caught by Principal Brown and sentenced to detention on spring break, which is modeled after a maximum-security prison and home to some of the worst cartoon character students ever.

Song: The Baddest Kid In Prison
6529"The Game"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonBen MarsaudAugust 21, 2013 (2013-08-21)GB2311.57[35]
In a parody of Jumanji, the Wattersons must survive a game of Dodj or Daar (a board game that Gumball and Darwin came up with when they were younger) to the end.
6630"The Limit"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, Chris Garbutt, and James LamontSebastian Hary, William Laborie, and Adrian MaganzaAugust 28, 2013 (2013-08-28)GB2131.41[36]

Nicole gets upset with the family at the supermarket when they attempt to get candy. Nicole gets pushed too far that she turns into an angry monster.

Song: Who’s Gettin’ Candy?
6731"The Voice"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAdrian MaganzaSeptember 10, 2013 (2013-09-10)GB2241.96[37]
When Gumball and Darwin receive a threatening e-mail, everyone is a suspect — including themselves.
6832"The Promise"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAdrian MaganzaSeptember 17, 2013 (2013-09-17)GB2321.46[38]
Darwin wants to delay a promise to play video games with Gumball in order to ease tensions with Banana Joe.
6933"The Castle"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonJean TexierOctober 1, 2013 (2013-10-01)GB2351.65[39]

Richard takes charge of the house in Nicole's absence, but his lack of rules soon attracts Harold and uninvited guests.

Song: Lunch Song
7034"The Boombox"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonJean TexierOctober 8, 2013 (2013-10-08)GB2341.46[40]

Gumball and Darwin try to help Juke (the humanoid boy with a boombox for a head) speak properly, but Gumball and Darwin get too caught up in arguing over how Juke should be treated.

Song: Little Squirrel
7135"The Tape"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAkis DimitrakopoulosOctober 15, 2013 (2013-10-15)GB2381.44[41]

Gumball and Darwin film a series of skits with their video camera, but it fails.

Songs: Baby Anais, The Anahilator
7236"The Sweaters"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, and James LamontAdrian MaganzaNovember 5, 2013 (2013-11-05)GB2371.58[42]

To their uninterest, Gumball and Darwin's reputations are challenged by two human students named Carlton and Troy from a neighboring high school, Richwood High, after a new girl named Sarah G. Lato urges Gumball and Darwin to defend their honor.

Song: The Power to Fight
7337"The Internet"Yann Benedi, Ben Bocquelet, Guillaume Cassuto, and Antoine PerezChuck KleinNovember 12, 2013 (2013-11-12)GB2391.50[43]

Gumball accidentally uploads a video of himself to Elmore Stream which goes viral, and must personally confront the Internet to have it taken down.

Song: Internet Song
7438"The Plan"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonCharles SchneckNovember 19, 2013 (2013-11-19)GB2401.53[44]
Thinking that their mother is being courted by a man named "Daniel Lennard", the Watterson siblings come up with a plan to save her, but end up wasting their time trying to devise it.
7539"The World"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonChuck KleinNovember 26, 2013 (2013-11-26)GB2361.88[45]

The lives of the "inanimate" objects of Elmore are shown in a series of short skits.

Song: The Amazing World of Elmore
7640"The Finale"Ben Bocquelet, Jon Brittain, Tom Crowley, Jon Foster, James Lamont, and Tobi WilsonAkis DimitrakopoulosDecember 3, 2013 (2013-12-03)GB2331.63[46]
In this send-up of family sitcom clip show episodes and series finales, The Wattersons are targeted by everyone in town for their past actions.

DVD releases[edit]

Volume 4
(Season 2 Volume 1)
Set details Special features

None

DVD release dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
November 4, 2013[47] N/A N/A

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