Near the end of the episode, Tobias and Gumball "duel" for Penny's hand, and Tobias pushes her into the road.
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Since the celebration was commemorating the five-hundredth anniversary of Nick's death, this seems to say the scene takes place on 31 October, 1992.
This timeline is reinforced in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when the graves of James and Lily Potter confirm that they were born in 1960 and died on 31 October 1981, further reinforced in Pottermore when the Death Eater riot on the Quidditch World Cup is stated to have taken place in 1994, and further yet in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in which the Triwizard Tournament is mentioned to have taken place in the 1994-1995 school year.
So far, Penny has kissed Gumball on the cheek twice (the trailer for the series and "The End"); in addition, they attempted to kiss on the lips twice - once in "The Pressure," and another in "The Party." Both attempts failed as in the former, Banana Joe chopped down the treehouse that the kiss was taking place in, and in the resulting confusion, Gumball kisses Darwin on the lips in "The Pressure".
In the latter, the moment was ruined by Richard honking his car horn loudly and interrupted the moment, so Gumball instead said to Penny that he loves her in "The Party," causing her to blush. Cuddles in the bathroom, gaining back her, and her parents' respect.
Self deprecation, insecurities, imperfection - the themes that concern reality as is, portrayed subtly - mocking their own problems, mocking each other, psychoanalyzing each other - and finding comfort in each others' "issues" -- this TV series is a departure from the usual "safe-categories" of themes that producers often invest in. ") - almost as if no one "needs to be told" how to live their life -- this TV series with its subtle and "casual"ness about every aspect of a "kind" of life( what a kind), drives home the point and also attempts to predict with an alarming certainty, the future of interpersonal relationships between siblings and between parents and their children.10/ 10 -- Can't wait for the new episodes.
-- Only request the producers and writers to keep up humor intact, tight 'n fresh.
Fans have created a timeline of the Harry Potter series from a single piece of information in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
At Nearly Headless Nick's deathday party in that book, his death is stated to have been on 31 October, 1492.
In "The Date," she had invited Gumball to her pet Mr. An example of her affection for Gumball that isn't important was in "The Mystery," when she cannot be spotted chasing after him angrily.