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Cartoon Network was my Network to watch before they started spamming TTG. It was on February 20th, 2017, that I changed the channel to Nick to watch the 200th SpongeBob episode, and that’s when I discovered (or possibly rediscovered) The Loud House with it’s upcoming week of new episodes. Before this gets too long, I watched it. So anyway, I occasionally tune in to Cartoon Network to see when new episodes of the good stuff are airing. Now, on with the review! Note: This review will be finished throughout the day, so stay patient.
The Amazing World Of Gumball - The Rival: This episode turned out to be WAY differently then I thought it would be. I thought (Baby) Anias would be just good at everything, and she was in the episode, BUT she was so smart, she was evil. She lured Gumball and Darwin in a trap by writing something bad about her with the boys’ signature, tearing up a teddy bear and purposely smacking her head with a rattle to finish off the trap. I was surprised because I didn’t know that she was going to be smart from the moment she was born, rather than become smart as she grew up, as I thought. The episode was surprising, but the ending quickly had a mood whiplash from “They made up and she’s saying her first words!” to “That escalated quickly.” Final opinion: 8 out of 10 Anias traps.
The Lady: This episode came out of nowhere. I’d never thought a Richard would dress up as a lady in the entire show’s run, but he did. Gumball and Darwin felt unnecessary in this episode, but I really enjoyed seeing Richard (as Samantha) hang out with the other ladies. Cartoon Network put commercials halfway during the episode, which startled me because I usually think that when there’s commercials, another episode is up next. They did return to the episode, thankfully. I felt sad that Richard had to reveal himself to return things to normal. 2 out of the 3 other ladies were revealed to also be men, but in the end, they acted as like this never happened, which I actually liked. Final opinion: 7.5 out of 10 Samanthas.
Unikitty - Wishing Well: The title says