Darwing dating

05-May-2019 10:02

Darwin expressed his affection for Nicole in "The Mothers" as he was determined to prove to his friends that Nicole was indeed the best mom and was very excited to tell his mom when she eventually ended up winning the competition.

In "The World," Darwin and Nicole are shown to be grocery shopping alone, suggesting that they do spend time together occasionally.

When she speaks to Gumball or Anais, she refers to Darwin as "your brother." Due to Nicole's general stressful character, the fact that Darwin's outlook is to appease everyone, he is rarely the center of her wrath.

In "The Mothers," when Gumball offers to rework a sign to impress Nicole, Darwin strongly suggests just following her orders and sitting in the car, implying that he respects her parental authority.

When the family thought that Darwin was going to leave in "The Roots," he too lost it and became uncharacteristically depressed and distressed.

During "The Goons," Richard stated that Darwin was his favorite child (though he denied that it was the case upon seeing the expressions of Nicole and his other children).

In "The Authority," Granny Jojo keeps him and the rest of the family (except for Nicole) in the house to keep them safe showing that Darwin and the rest of her grandchildren hold a very special place in her heart.The two share an interesting dynamic in that Darwin is a romanticist, while Anais is a realist.In "The Curse," while Anais tries to prove to Gumball that his bad luck is mere coincidence, Darwin tries to form a formal (though romanticized) hypothesis to appease Anais' formal argument.The two have a strong trust bond, as shown in "The Plan" where Anais responds "of course" when Darwin asks if he trusts her to throw her safely over a wall, although this particular case shows Anais trusting him was a bad decision.In "Halloween" Anais was seen holding Darwin's hand when he was scared whilst walking through the graveyard suggesting that Darwin may see Anais as a sort of "older sibling" figure despite her age.

In "The Authority," Granny Jojo keeps him and the rest of the family (except for Nicole) in the house to keep them safe showing that Darwin and the rest of her grandchildren hold a very special place in her heart.

The two share an interesting dynamic in that Darwin is a romanticist, while Anais is a realist.

In "The Curse," while Anais tries to prove to Gumball that his bad luck is mere coincidence, Darwin tries to form a formal (though romanticized) hypothesis to appease Anais' formal argument.

The two have a strong trust bond, as shown in "The Plan" where Anais responds "of course" when Darwin asks if he trusts her to throw her safely over a wall, although this particular case shows Anais trusting him was a bad decision.

In "Halloween" Anais was seen holding Darwin's hand when he was scared whilst walking through the graveyard suggesting that Darwin may see Anais as a sort of "older sibling" figure despite her age.

Darwin is Gumball's adoptive brother and best friend.