The Advice leaked, looks like we're starting to get fresh episodes.
Also, Gumball thread?
I don't post it much so it doesn't get taken down, although I do keep backups so I guess it doesn't matter much.
Season 1 and 2 1080p WEB-DL:
Season 3 and 4 1080p WEB-DL:
Any idea when "The Uploads" and "The Apprentice" will be uploaded from iTunes?
Love the episode. Season 4 has been pretty good so far.
Alright, I understand how to do it.
Sorry for the wait, it used to be done by a different guy but he's gone now, so I've taken up the reins and I just had no idea they were out on iTunes already.
It is like the equivalency of "the hug". However, the advice is more on the plot cringe episode. Still the visual effect is great in this episode (Ben and his team really love to find ways to torture Teri, isn't?)
I think I need to watch this episode right now.
I'm just glad she's getting abused. It makes her hypochondriac personality more tolerable, as she has reason to be afraid. Fearing injury makes more sense for a paper bear than fearing germs. I never liked the germaphobe stuff.
I agree with you. Still, tormenting her just because she is a paper still makes me hurt, in physical way. Most of her "deaths" are something from very violent movies, but the show makes it looks so natural, it is kind of creepy. (some early silent hills and resident evil games also include those kind of gores, albeit low definition)
This was a good Teri episode.
>leprechaun spoke backwards
twin peaks reference
aww fuk yiss
This could have been one of those budget-friendly episodes of the season. The 3D characters' movement looked fine, I think they were just cutting corners on the 2D side of things.
Sadly, her last major role was "the virus", and that was more about that virus. Other characters like Hector, Tina, Juke, Carmen, William, and Idaho have their major role in S2, which was years ago.
this scene makes frieza's death looks like a joke.
I wasn't talking about the cringe/intentionally awkward aspects of the episode. I had no problem with The Hug and thought it was one of the show's best episodes.
I was actually talking about the way the dialogue was written. It sounded weird and shoddy, as if it they rolled with a rough draft script that had no revisions whatsoever.
It's like racecar. Racecar spelled backwards in racecar.
A nut for a jar of tuna spelled backwards is a nut for a jar of tuna, but the problem with the joke is that he didn't say it back properly. If he did, it wouldn't have sounded like a nut for a jar of tuna.
>that teri scream
nope nope noooooope
thats it for me, i cant deal with this show anymore
Thats the exact reason it turned into shit not long after the third game. Namefag circlejerking. Being degenerate robot fetishists is one thing, but bringing furry drama is another. Thats like, the entire reason why furries are universally reviled on 4chan.
i never saw any drama though
but never "drama". /vg/ gets a bad rep but i'll take the circlejerking over the non-stop cynicism and shitposting anyday
never understood the hate, either. it's not like we bother anyone
some weird stuff, but also some great stuff has come from the general
is Anais the only character who seems to be growing up?
Growing up? You mean character development or physical difference? If you mean the former, then she does change in a good way. Also, some characters change as well; like, Tina, Bobert, Masami, Banana Joe, and Carrie become better characters overall.
I think the redesign gave us a sense that some time has passed since season 1. Also Anais has changed from a snob to a snob who wants to be normal but doesnt know how. Thats something right?
Could be, Ben acknowledged Anais needs development on his Reddit. Also, some characters just become so different since their first appearances. Who else can think Rob can become so different in S3 and S4?
Just this one, usually episodes are released 3 days before airdate by that guy on KAT because CN puts them on their servers early. The Advice wasn't even supposed to be there though, this week's episode is The Wicked (which aired in the UK ages ago anyways).
>furries universally reviled on 4chan
It's been a mainstay of /b/ for years. There's now a board for it. 99% of /co/ likes it. The only holdouts are some faggot moderators and few memesters.
It's like saying "4chan hates reaction images and memes."
if the third person is a completely new character that no one has ever even met before but is madly in love with Gumball for some stupid reason, yes
unfortunately, Sarah is already a recurring character
Depend, Ben awares the shipping for a long time, and he also puts some attention on Carrie, mainly he knows she is a very popular shopping target and a popular character in general.
Then how about a character who has been interacting with Gumball for a long time? Like, Carrie, who gets rid of his curses twice, transforms him into a ghost, and possesses him for her own good?
if its an established character then there's actual stakes and implied long-term consequences which is too much fucking drama for an episodic kids show about a 12 year old cat that can never experience puberty
Teresa would have an interesting work day
Alright, The Uploads and The Apprentice logoless 1080p are added to the mega. >>79105250
I'll split the Season 1 episodes soon.
I doubt it, no one has told me if they saw it
>world is about to end
>get turned into a puddle of liquid
Gee, where have I seen it before...
delivery from drawthread. Thank to the artist, and hope you guys like it.
There's a point where to stops being silly slapstick violence and it starts being uncomfortably violent. Like, I get that it's a cartoon but it's obnoxious that Gumball and Darwin are allowed to do literally anything they want and get away with it because they're the protagonists. Also, the show has been getting weirdly mean-spirited against anyone who gets in the way of what Gumball wants.
It was a decent episode. The 3D effects were well made.
I liked how they casually end each episode, as nothing happened. It was even funnier to see that The Finale ended like this.
Seems no one has uploaded to Mega yet. So I put it up on Google Drive. Gonna take it down after awhile, though. So watch it while you can.
In that episode where they were looking for the meaning of life, The Answer I think. He robbed his store, beat up his boss, made out with a random woman, stole a car, and began swimming as far out into the sea as he could.
That is pretty dark, but understandable. I am surprised he is not in an asylum with those workload. We really need an episode on how Larry taking a long deserve break, rather than episodes and segments others treating him poorly.
Because the tiny production code at the bottom left corner totally debunks the episode's existence.
I should point out that these designs were for "The Spoiler" -- only one of them was actually used. I don't think these will show up in "The Stories," but you never really know...
Bump with a teaser for my upcoming Gumball comic.
The comic is a reference to a certain imfamous webcomic.
And the oval object is one of the speakers, I think. The Watterson house's got some interesting looking knickknacks.