The Amazing World of Gumball

The Gi/The Kiss - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When Gumball enters the tent of sweaty cheese, he is covered in slime. When he comes out, he is clean.

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The Gi/The Kiss - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: In "The Gi", Nicole pulls a cord out of the wall and puts it on the ground. In a few shots, the cord is gone.

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The Gi/The Kiss - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: In "The Gi", Gumball and Darwin are training outside with large boombox. Later, through a window, the boombox has shrunk noticeably.

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The Gi/The Kiss - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: In "The Gi", There is a mailbox in front of the Watterson household. Later, when Gumball and Darwin are training in the front yard, the mailbox is gone.

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The Gi/The Kiss - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: In "The Gi", Penny drops a journal on the ground and does not pick it up. In a later wide shot, the journal has vanished.

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[The kids are trying to get Granny Jojo out their bedroom window to have her reach the ground.]
Gumball: [grunting] How can someone so small be so heavy?
Granny Jojo: Well, I have two metal hips, one orthopedic shoe, six gold teeth, a plate in my head, and an industrial strength pacemaker. I got so much metal in me, I'm legally classified as a motor vehicle.

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When Gumball enters the tent of sweaty cheese, he is covered in slime. When he comes out, he is clean.

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The voice of Gumball in Japan is voiced by Junko Takeuchi, who is also the voice of Naruto Uzumaki.

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