The kids get a check from Grandpa Louie and argue about how to spend the money.
Anais makes a new friend, but Gumball and Darwin have doubts about the new friendship; Darwin promises to play video games with Gumball.
The principal meddles in Gumball's family life; Gumball and Darwin are ridiculed for their martial-arts costumes by their schoolmates.
Ms. Simian cozies up to Gumball in order to win an award; Gumball and Darwin are caught up in a robbery at a gas station.
Mom visits a mortified Gumball at school; Gumball's tinfoil helmet causes strife at home.
Gumball tries to avoid a fee after accidentally destroying a rented DVD; Gumball and Tobias duel for Penny's affection.
Mom tries to inspire Gumball to develop ambition; a battle for the TV remote turns ugly.
Dad gets a job delivering pizzas; Anais hunts for hidden treasure after uncovering a secret.
Gumball envies rural life and asks Idaho to teach his family to live like potatoes; Darwin abandons Gumball when faced with a beating by Tina, so Gumball plots revenge.
Granny JoJo is overprotective and puts the family in danger; the guys think Dad's a hero and are determined to prove it to him.
Mom lets the Wattersons have it in a supermarket; the Wattersons play Dodge or Dare.
The Watterson kids make a plan to save their mom; the Wattersons face consequences for their past actions.
Gumball and Darwin may be aging, but they are still just kids; the kids get a new pet who doesn't like them.
Gumball learns his real name and creates a persona to match; Darwin figures out he's allergic to stupidity and the Watterson's struggle to find a cure.
Gumball and Darwin compete to be Dad's favorite child; the kids try to determine who has The World's Greatest Mom.
The duo take extreme measures to avoid taking out the trash; Penny's shell gets cracked and Gumball finds out who she really is.
Granny JoJo brings a guest to her birthday dinner; Gumball ignores a scare email.
A futuristic cyborg battles a female robot sent to assassinate a human, who is destined to become the leader of a worldwide resistance movement. The film picks up 10 years after the last installment of the series.
Anais creates an imaginary friend; the Wattersons' car breaks down on a road trip and they end up in one of their own scary stories.
The Wattersons order a pizza, which upsets Larry; a new holiday is invented to celebrate in January.
Gumball envies rural life and asks Idaho to teach his family to live like potatoes.
Anais has a playdate with a classy family; Gumball is in a bad mood and wishes his family away.
Dad oversleeps the morning the kids go back to school.
The kids get a check from Grandpa Louie and argue about how to spend the money; Dad goes to the store to buy mayonnaise, but ends up in an epic adventure.
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