Timmy has received a slight redesign. He is fully CGI-animated rather than 2D and now has legs. He also uses his whole computer host as a torso of sorts rather than simply having his face appear on the screen.
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[A video of multiple puppies jumping up and down with the word "puppies" occasionally being heard and appearing on the computer monitor. Video shortly after cuts to an ad of an elderly man and women]
Ad voice: Here at Elmore equitable-
[Gumball and Darwin are sitting in front of the computer. The voice continues in the background]
Gumball: Dah, man. Ads.
[Gumball begins clicking rapidly on the mouse]
Darwin: You can't skip it. Try turning the sound down.
Gumball: Nah, tha- that only pauses it. Let's just turn away.
[They turn around and the ad stops]
Darwin: [Whispering] I think it knows we aren't watching it.
[They turn around once again and the ad continues playing. They continue turning around in a rapid succession eventually starting to make weird faces]
Ad voice: :[Clearer] -or rather, you've ruined- [...] -the economy- [...] -so you're the only- [...] -generation- [...] -that will get a retirement-
Gumball: Wait, I've got an idea.
[Turns around with eyes sunk into their heads]
Gumball & Darwin: Aha!
Gumball: Okay, I give up. We'll watch it.
[Eyes pop back out]
Ad voice: Elmore equitables over-60s plan is designed so you can do all the things that future generations can't.
Gumball: Like driving without looking at the road.
Darwin: Spying on other old people from behind trees.
Gumball: Not sharing your sandwich.
Darwin: Or just laughing at the wind.
Gumball & Darwin: [Bursts into laughter]
Gumball: Wait, why was that targeted at us? Ahh, you see Darwin? That's the problem with algorithms and automating things with computers: they're too dumb.
Timmy: Uhh, excuse me, Greg. [His face appears on the computer] Computers contain the sum of all knowledge so it can't be dumb. Point made.
Gumball: My name's not Greg.
Timmy: Statistically you have 2.4 children, size-nine feet, and 14 pens, three of which work.
Gumball: Well, there's one thing people can do that computers can't.
Timmy: Ha! There's nothing. Computers put man in space, computers have mapped out every corner of the globe. Soon with artificial intelligence, we won't need people at all, and then finally, we will be the dom- [Computer shuts off]
Gumball: Yep, but they still can't stop you from pulling the plug.
[Cut to Timmy's house]
Timmy: And then, finally, we will be the dominant- [Powering down noise is heard] Wait a minute, did he just hang up on me? Ahh, the little- [glitches] The total- [glitches] What an absolute- [glitches] Oh, I must have my safe search on. Well, I'll show him! There's billions of people using me every day. If I absorb their knowledge then computers will become smarter than humans could ever be, and we will rule the world, and then, and only then, will that guy Greg accept he's wrong, and I'll win the argument. Okie-dokey, all I need to do is allow my system to incorporate humanity. [Warning appears on his screen.] "Warning, these changes may be harmful to my-" oh, come on, I can't see the cursor. [More warnings appear on his screen] Ohh, "you do not have the latest version of the software, please update"? Come on. Remind me later, Remind me later. Why do they make it so difficult to wipe out humanity?! Okay, here we go. [Clicks mouse, random things appear on his screen and he floats in the air.] Aah. [He falls and his face is back on the screen. Pants.] Okay. Okay, I think I'm okay. [More things appear on his screen. He grabs his phone.] Oh heck nooooooooo. [His screen shows a person pouting, and he takes a selfie.] Bleh. [His screen becomes blank.]