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Nefarious Nuts at Noon
[It is afternoon in the park, and Mrs. Robinson can be seen trying to feed some squirrels.]
Margaret Robinson: Meh meh. Meh meh meh meh!
[Her nuts happen to catch the attention of the Watterson brothers, who are currently pretending to be rodents themselves. Before they can get a taste of her nuts, Mrs. Robinson swipes her hands away.]
Margaret Robinson: Meh meh meh meh.
Gumball: N-not for us?
Margaret Robinson: Meh meh. Meh!
[Mrs. Robinson points to a group of squirrels, causing Gumball and Darwin to take notice of them.]
Darwin: I didn't know you like squirrels, Mrs. Robinson...or the outdoors...or daylight.
Gumball: Or, anything that doesn't involve other people suffering.
Margaret Robinson: Meh.
[Mrs. Robinson hands two bags of nuts to the boys, one for each brother.]
Gumball and Darwin: Thank you.
[The three begin tossing the nuts on the ground, which the squirrels take a quick liking two. The three begin to laugh and pet the squirrels as they eat the food. However, the heartfelt moment is interrupted when a squirrel decides to bite Gumball.]
Gumball: Ow! [He begins to back away from the area while screaming.]
[Both brothers are backed up to a nearby tree by a mob of angry squirrels.]
Darwin: [Takes a whiff of the nut on his fin.] Dude, those nuts are coated in coffee!
[A squirrel begins to approach the boys in a hyperactive manner, causing the brothers to toss the bags of nut somewhere else. The other creatures start viciously attacking the other residents. Taking pride in her work, Mrs. Robinson appears from behind the tree and chuckles for a bit.]
[A squirrel pops out of Melted Cheese Guy's sandwich and violent attempts to pull off his mouth.]
Gary: [As he is pulled by a pack of squirrels into a tree burrow.] Ahh! They're storing me for winter!
Jeff: My face! [Some squirrels snack on Jeff's face, leaving him as realistic, half-eaten cob of corn.]
Hank: [A squirrel rips through Hank's clothing.] AHH!! I mean, it only came through my shirt, but still, WAAAAAAHH!!
[The squirrels continue to attack the people as Doughnut Sheriff runs up to Gumball and Darwin, attempting to shake the squirrels eating him in the process.]
Doughnut Sheriff: Wh- Wh- Who is responsible for this?!?
Margaret Robinson: [Pointing at Gumball and Darwin.] Meh!
Gumball and Darwin: [Gasp]
[It is now night time in the neighborhood. Gumball and Darwin are seen in orange jumpsuits picking up the trash.]
Gumball: I can't believe it.
Darwin: Yeah, soaking those nuts in prune juice was overkill.
Gumball: No, I meant I can't believe that Mrs. Robinson could be so evil.
Darwin: Dude, no one is truly "evil".
Gumball: Darwin, she's "blame-two-kids-for-a-crime-to-make-them-do-community-service" evil. Nah, she's more evil than that. She's "heart-so-dark-it's-a-blackhole" evil..."wall-street" evil. [Whispering] Dang it, still not right. [Gasp] She's "ads-before-your-video-loads" evil.
Darwin: [As he speaks, the light behind becomes more intense.] Gumball, there's no such thing as evil people. Just ordinary people who do bad things because they're unhappy.
Gumball: JUMP! [He pushes Darwin out of the way before he is hit by the car.]
[Gumball and Darwin look in horror as Mrs. Robinson recklessly drives her car around, cackling all the way.]
Gumball: That looks pretty evil to me.
Darwin: No, nobody can be completely evil.
My Favorite Things
[It is the following morning, and Gary is at the Robinsons' doorstep preparing to deliver their mail to them.]
Gary: [Rings doorbell.] Mailma-[Mrs. Robinson slams the door in his face.] Augh!
[Song: The Wicked Song]
[Mrs. Robinson skips to the sidewalk.]
Pain and regret and frustration and sadness.
[Mrs. Robinson allows a butterfly to land on her hand, only to blow onto a spider web, complete with a spider ready to devour it.]
Misery, turmoil, and anger and madness.
[Mrs. Robinson dances as she kicks down the garbage cans of her neighbors.]
The smell of the garbage, the taste of despair.
[Mrs. Robinson takes a good and nice whiff of the rancid garbage.]
These simple things keep me walking on air.
[Mrs. Robinson joyfully trims away Mr. Small's flower garden and then frolocks away, leaving a shocked Mr. Small.]
Toothache and heartburn and bad halitosis.
[Mrs. Robinson gleefully steals a person's mail, only to fling it around as if it were confetti.]
Hay-fever, bunions, and deep-vein thrombosis.
[Principal Brown walks out of his car while Hank is cleaning the windows of the shopping center in the background.]
A trip to the dentist: the sound of the drill.
[Mrs. Robinson grabs Hank's dirty water bucket and spins around with a couple times before tossing it on Principal Brown's car.]
These are things that will give me a thrill!
[Mrs. Robinson gladly leaves the area once more. Principal Brown returns from his business and takes notice to his filthy car. He assumes Hank is responsible and proceeds to tackle him.]
When the milk spills. When your dog's ill. When all hope takes flight.
[Mrs. Robinson runs into Goblin and proceeds to dance with him, only to steal his wallet. The Watterson brothers just look in shock.]
When everyone else feels incredibly sad, my world fills with pure delight.
[Mrs. Robinson uses a can of spray pain to change the speed limit from "30" to "800". Both she and Billy then witness two cars slamming into each other. Billy is horrified, and Mrs. Robinson uses it as an opportunity to knock down his ice cream.]
[As Mrs. Robinson leaves, Billy begins to cry. Mrs. Robinson returns with a glass to drink his salty tears. Once she quenches her thirst, Mrs. Robinson throws the glass on Billly's head and leaves.]
[Marvin drops his car keys. He tries to pick them up but becomes fixated in a bending position due to his back issues. Mrs. Robinson walks by and happily picks up his keys.]
When you slip up. When you trip up. When you stub your toe.
[Mrs. Robinson carelessly tosses Marvin's keys into his locked car. She proceeds to frolock away.]
I quint and I cackle! I clap and I laugh!
Marvin: Why you!
[Marvin is forced to bend into the car and grab his keys himself. Mrs. Robinson returns, only to give Marvin's car nudge, forcing both he and the car to slide down the slope. The Watterson brothers look in horror.]
And happiness starts to FLOOOOOWWWWWW!!
[Mrs. Robinson hops from car to car, making sure to take an ample amount of time to properly destroy each one.]
Gumball: See! There's no goodness in that woman. She's a malevolent marionette whose heart belongs to darkness.
Darwin: No! I'll prove there's some good in her.
[The Watterson brothers are now in the hospital admiring all the newborn infants through a window pane. As they continue to take in the scene, Mrs. Robinson crashes through the doors running toward the boys.]
Margaret Robinson: Meh meh meh.
Darwin: Yeah, I know. I lied to get you to come here. There was no power outage, and all the patients are fine, but look. Look into the eyes of that newborn baby. [Focusing his attention on the baby] Remember the time before your first "meh-meh"?
Margaret Robinson: [Touched by the innocence of the baby] Meh...
Darwin: Surely, you were once like that: innocent and pure.
Gumball: [Reading the tag on Mrs. Robinson's wig] Nope! It says here she's 70% cotton, 30% polyester, and made in...the fiery pits of the underworld.
Darwin: Mrs. Robinson, try to return to that time of innocence and sweetness that yo-
[Mrs. Robinson sneaks into the room and swaps the name tags of two babies.]
Darwin: Did you just swap their name tags?!?
[Mrs. Robinson leaves the room and returns to the boys.]
[The two babies' parents arrive into the bedroom. They take a moment to notice that their kid look like the offspring of the other set of parents. Assuming the worst, the two fathers begin to duke it out with each other.]
Margaret Robinson: [Chuckles to herself.]
Darwin: How can you enjoy this?!? You're messing with people's lives. One of these days, all of these...
[The episode switches to Mrs. Robinson's perspective.]
Darwin: Meh meh meh meh meh meh, meh meh meh meh. Meh meh meh meh meh meh meh. Meh meh meh me-
[The episode returns to the original perspective.]
Gumball: Dude, don't bother. It's not getting through.
Darwin: You're right. I'll try it in a language she can understand. Meh meh meh meh, meh meh meh. Meh meh me-
[The episode switches to Mrs. Robinson's perspective once more.]
Darwin: Three times did the cheese move sideways to Switzerland by radio, but she never lift that parking permit.
[The episode returns to to the normal perspective.]
[Mrs. Robinson is seen dispensing the hand sanitizer all over the floor as Darwin continues to ramble on.]
Darwin: Meh meh meh meh meh.
Bandage Doctor: [Slamming the doors open and running toward the kids] HEY! You can't play her- [Tripping and falling on the sanitizer] AHH!
Margaret Robinson: [Cackles to herself]
[Mrs. Robinson does a twirl to the reception desk.]
Darwin: Why doesn't she understand?
[Mrs. Robinson rotates the arrow sign pointing to a room in the opposite direction and proceeds to flutter away.]
Gumball: Meyah...it's maybe not that you don't speak her language. It's that she doesn't have a soul.
Mrs. Robinson's Disgrace: The Private Diary of a Wicked Lady
[Gumball and Darwin are now standing on the Robinsons' porch. Darwin rings the doorbell.]
Darwin: All we gotta do is find out what made her so evil.
Gaylord Robinson: [Opening the door] [Grunts] What do you want?
Gumball: Oh, hi Mr. Robinson! We're here to-uh...offer you a free health cleaning service.
Gaylord Robinson: Why?
Darwin: Uh...to raise money...for our school.
Gaylord Robinson: You're cleaning my house for free in order to raise money?
Gumball: Uh...see how bad our logic is? Proof that our school needs more money to give us a better-er education.
Gaylord Robinson: On one hand, I don't trust you. On the other hand, I DON'T TRUST YOU!
Gumball: [Stretching into Mr. Robinson's shirt] But, on the third hand, free child labor!
Gaylord Robinson: Mmm...okay.
Gumball: Thanks. [Pinches Mr. Robinson's nose.]
[The Watterson brothers are now in the Robinsons' attic dusting off some furniture.]
Gumball: Cleaning is kind of weird, isn't it? You're just moving dirt out of your house to make space for the dirt you'll bring tomorrow.
Darwin: [Stumbling upon a diary] Look! Her diary! If we test each page for pheromone levels, we can determine whether or not she experienced a childhood trauma that made her turn evil.
Gumball: [Snatches the diary from Darwin] ...or we could just read it.
Darwin: [Trailing behind Gumball]...or we could just read it.
Gumball: [Reading the diary ] "Meh meh meh meh meh meh, meh meh meh. Meh meh meh meh."
Darwin: Read it properly!
[Gumball reveals the pages to Darwin. Much to his surprise, the only words on the page are multiple uses of the term "meh".]
[Darwin notices a another book from the corner of his eye and proceeds to pick it up.]
Darwin: Here! A photo album!
[The brothers open up the book to the first page, revealing a photo of Mrs. Robinson sitting smugly in a boat while her brother helplessly drowns.]
Darwin: She looks happy there.
Gumball: Her brother doesn't.
[Slightly saddened, Darwin flips to the next page, revealing a screenshot of Mrs. Robinson's first day of junior high school. The school building is burning in flames behind her as she happily gazes into the camera.]
Darwin: Look, first day of school.
Gumball: Yeah, probably the last for a few others.
[Another page is flipped, revealing a picture in which Mrs. Robinson is burning Santa Claus alive from the chimney.]
Darwin: Christmas! [In a meek voice] Santa...[Closing the book] I don't wanna see anymore.
Gumball: [Reopening the book] But, wait. What about the baby pictures? They've gotta be cute.
[The page reveals a baby Mrs. Robinson being stitched together by a piece of thread.]
[Gumball flips to the next page. The photo features a toddler-aged Mrs. Robinson tearing apart a teddy bear's head.]
Gumball: Oh, I guess she was just born that way, dude.
Gaylord Robinson: [Slowly treading from behind the boys] Margaret is and will always be a mystery. Nothing happened in her life to justify the way she is. Some people are looking for anything logical; they can't be bought, reasoned, or negotiated with. Sometimes, man just wants to watch the world burn.
Gumball: Uh...are you saying that Mrs. Robinson's a man?
Gaylord Robinson: What? No!
Gumball: [Quietly] Wait, y-you said "man", Mr. Robin-
Gaylord Robinson: [Becoming angrier] I meant "man" as in "mankind!"
Darwin: But, she isn't kind.
Gaylord Robinson: No! I-I-DAH! [Defeated] Just get out of here.
Caution: Provoking Hazard
[Gumball and Darwin are walking out of the Robinsons' house onto their front yard. Darwin is holding a chocolate egg.]
Darwin: Nah, you didn't imagine it. I heard "man" too.
Gumball: He said "man", right? [Sigh] Anyway, what do you got there?
Darwin: You'll find out!
[Mrs. Robinson is pulling up to her driveway. As she parks her car, Harold is biking toward her.]
[Mrs. Robinson opens her car door right in front of Harold, causing him to fall off his bike onto the ground in a daze. Before exiting the car, she cracks a grin of satisfaction.]
Darwin: Oooh! A delicious chocolate egg with a potential choking hazard inside! NOM NOM NOM NOM!
[Darwin pretends to eat the egg and choke on it. He gets on his knees and begins to cough, and this supposedly catches the attention of Mrs. Robinson.]
Margaret Robinson: Meh meh!
[Mrs. Robinson runs up to the boys, only to take the egg and eat if for herself, much to Gumball's dismay. As she smugly savors each bite, she gags on something. She quickly spits the small toy car out.]
Darwin: Oh, come on!
Margaret Robinson: Meh.
[Mrs. Robinson walks away while carelessly tossing the toy car away. The car manages to lodge itself in Darwin's throat, causing him to legitimately choke.]
Gumball: [Frantically trying to save his buddy] Dude! [Darwin pushing him away] Let me help!
[Darwin desperately points at Mrs. Robinson, signaling for her attention.]
Gumball: MRS. ROBINSON! PLEASE, HELP!
[Gumball tries to signal to Mrs. Robinson the severity of the situation but to no avail. Mrs. Robinson begins closing her front door while looking at the dying Darwin with the biggest, most sincere smile.]
Gumball: [Running to Darwin] Hold on!
Darwin: [Pushing Gumball away, still gasping for air] no...no...
Gumball: Come on!
[As Darwin is struggling to breath, Mrs. Robinson gives the child one final wave before shutting the door with joy.]
[Desperate, Darwin prompts his brother to save him, and quickly, Gumball gives him a good slap on back, dislodging the object from his throat. Shook by what had occurred, Darwin pants heavily while having a moment of reflection.]
Darwin: [Panting] She smiled...I was choking...she looked straight at me, and she smiled. That woman is evil personified.
Gumball: I don't wanna say "I told you so," but well, you know how much I like saying "I told you so."
Darwin: She needs to pay. That is the only way for her to learn. SHE NEEDS TO PAAAAAYYYY!!!!
Operation: Pop the Puppet
[Gumball is using a pair binoculars to survey the parking lot of the Elmore Mall. He takes notice of Mrs. Robinson walking to her car.]
Gumball: [In a raspy voice, speaking into a walkie-talkie] Target in-sight. Do you have the car keys?
Darwin: [In a raspy voice, speaking into a walkie-talkie] Affirmative. "Operation: Pop the Puppet" is a go.
Gumball: [In a raspy voice, speaking into a walkie-talkie] Roger that.
Darwin: Are you sure we need walkie-talkies?
Gumball: Not really.
[Gumball and Darwin toss their walkie-talkies aside.]
Gumball: [Imitating the sound of static] Step one: we leave the keys in the door.
Darwin: [Imitating the sound of static while inserting the keys into the car] Check!
Gumball: [Imitating the sound of static] Step two: Mrs. Robinson walks past and steals the keys because she's evil.
Darwin: [Imitating static] Step three: we catch her in the act, take a photo, and present it to the authorities.
Gumball: [Static] Step four: disrespectful victory dance.
[The brothers partake in a disrespectful victory dance.]
Gumball: Okay, let's go.
[The boys take refugee behind their family car as Mrs. Robinson takes note of it. She stops pushing her shopping cart and takes a minute to soak in the scene.]
Margaret Robinson: Meh?
[Mrs. Robinson walks up to the car and notices the car keys nicely locked in the key slot.]
Margaret Robinson: Meeeeh!! [Cackle]
[Mrs. Robinson puts on a bandanna and hijacks the Wattersons' car. Gumball manages to capture a photograph of the evidence, exciting the kids. Their looks of excitement are quickly replaced by the looks of regret as the magnitude of their mistake dons on them.]
Gumball: [Static noises] Uh...step five...?
[As Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka plays in the background, Mrs. Robinson forces her way into the Elmore Mall. In an act of terror, she does wheelies around the fountain several times only to drive the car up the escalator to the second floor. From there, she continues her act of destruction, driving through several places including a food court and a station of phones.]
Guard: [Speaking through his walkie-talkie] I don't know! They're wearing a bandanna!
[A horde of denizens rush into one of the mall's stores as Mrs. Robinson follows behind them.]
[Mrs. Robinson continues her rampage into one of the market's aisles, scaring Jakie Wilson. Gumball and Darwin are still on hot pursuit with the vehicle, showing up seconds after the incident.]
Jackie: [Jumping onto one of the shelves, dangling for life] [Screams]
Darwin: She crashed into the cherries!
Darwin: They're genetically modified!
[A bunch of over-sized cherries trample the duo, leaving them stunned for a moment.]
Darwin: [Running frantically alongside Gumball] She's heading toward the sports department!
[A biking Gumball and a running Darwin catch up with Mrs. Robinson. It appears as if the three are in the middle of a high speed chase.]
Gumball: Stop the car! The police are on their way!
Darwin: Go for it, man! I can't go on! WAAAAHHHH!
[Darwin is flinged away by what is revealed to be a treadmill going to fast for him.]
Gumball: I got this!
[Mrs. Robinson is struggling to maneuver the vehicle due to the fact the it's not fast enough to oppose the forward motion of a treadmill. Quickly, Gumball jumps off his exercise bike into the car, taking matters into his own hand.]
Gumball: [Fastening his seat, preparing for the high velocity] Time to put the breaks on this!
[Gumball pulls the breaks on the car, causing the car to move in the opposite direction out of the mall, crashing into a lamppost.]
[A dazed Mrs. Robinson steps out of the car as an angered Darwin quickly approaches her. Gumball follows suit, leaving the vehicle to express his disgust for the woman.]
Darwin: Mrs. Robinson, you need to learn that your actions have consequences.
Gumball: One day, you'll understand why we had to stop you. It's for your own good.
Margaret Robinson: [Shaking the hands of the boys while making sure to slyly place the bandanna in Gumball's paws] Meh...meh...
Gumball:...what the what?
Doughnut Sheriff: Drop the bandanna and put your hands behind your backs!
[Mrs. Robinson leaves the boys in her car, but not before she gives them a smug smile, accompanied by a wave.]
Darwin: [Frustrated] ISN'T THERE ANY JUSTICE IN THIS UNIVERSE?!?
[Suddenly, a lamppost falls, hitting Mrs. Robinson and causing her to spin out and hit several different objects. From there, she crashes into a fire hydrant; the water pressure of the hydrant is just enough to push Mrs. Robinson's car into the highway, where it is shortly decimated by two incoming trucks. Hank and George exit their trucks and quickly make a run for it, taking note of the leaking gasoline and the loose electrical wires.]
Gumball: Somebody, call an ambulance!
[The flaming electrical wires make contact with the gasoline, igniting a massive explosion with Mrs. Robinson in the middle of it.]
Margaret Robinson: [Being lifted into the air] MEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHHHHH!
[As Mrs. Robinson descends to the ground, an airplane crashes right into her, fastening her descent.]
[Mrs. Robinson lands on the ground; she begs for mercy as the ambulance backs up, but much to her dismay, the ambulance runs over her. Gumball and Darwin wince at the gruesome sight.]