The Triangle (The Amazing World of Gumball)

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The Triangle (The Amazing World of Gumball)
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Considering that it aired 2 months before "Hey You, Don't Forget about Me in Your Memory", it really says a lot.
Part of Season: 3
Episode Number: 39
Air Date: July 8, 2015
Writer: Ben Bocquelet
Mic Graves
Tim Mills
Richard Overall
Richard Preddy
Joe Parham
Previous episode: The Egg
Next episode: The Money


The Triangle is an episode of Season 3 of The Amazing World of Gumball.

Plot

Darwin gets the part of a solo in his school's marching band, But when he gets sabotaged, no one believes Gumball, who was jealous of Darwin's special talent.

Bad Qualities

NOTE: Don’t change it to Why It Sucks because some people might like this episode.

  1. Darwin is so unlikeable in this episode because he's arrogant whenever Gumball's around. He also abuses Gumball throughout the whole episode.
    • He rudely took his swanee whistle away from Gumball, and he blames him for the gum in the whistle.
    • He took the triangle from Gumball with anger.
    • He yells at Gumball and he tells him to get out.
  2. Gumball gets kicked out of the band and gets banned from the parade.
  3. Everyone is stupid and turns on Gumball, even Darwin, who thinks Gumball was the one who sabotaged his whistle just because Gumball's name has "gum" in it.
  4. Gumball doesn't yell at Principal Brown for kicking him out of the band, or sneak back in.
  5. Tons of character derailment.
  6. Principal Brown never apologized to Gumball.
  7. The title of the episode is misleading as the episode's plot has nothing to do with the triangle instrument that was only mentioned for less than 15 seconds.
  8. Ignoring all of these mean-spirited qualities, it's a relatively dull episode with few funny moments.

Good Qualities

  1. The part where Mr. Small bends over and shoves his butt in Darwin's face while saying "Slapping those skins" was actually pretty funny.
  2. The ending was satisfying.