Gumball tries to point out flaws in Darwin's and Carrie's relationship which eventually escalates to Carrie hanging out with her ex-boyfriend.
The episode starts with Darwin eating with Carrie. Carrie can’t eat, and Darwin notices this, and lets Carrie borrow his body. However, Carrie ate everything in sight, including some of Doughnut Sheriff. The scene cuts the arcade, where Darwin missed a shot on the basketball hoop. Carrie uses telekinesis to make Darwin have a shot go in, which Darwin unapproved. Carrie then steals a bunny plush, making Darwin swoon. They are then playing Dance Dance revolution, with Darwin winning. Carrie can’t do it, as Darwin notices. Darwin makes a joke and they both laugh. The scene cuts to the amusement park, where they were going to go for a ride. Darwin is nervous, but Carrie calms him down. Carrie can’t go with the ride, and the ride only propels Darwin up. Carrie laughs at this, though. It then cuts to the cemetery where Darwin takes a picture, but Carrie wasn’t in it. Carrie brings out her camera, which they take a picture, but also shows a bunch of Ghosts.
In the cafeteria, Leslie and Masami believe something is going wrong with Darwin and Carrie’s relationship. They saw Gumball, and slide over. Gumball first didn’t know what they were talking about, but Leslie told him. Gumball says he has no doubt, but when Leslie and Masami leave, Doubt was in Gumball’s lunch and convinced Gumball to spy on them.
Gumball sees Darwin and Carrie in the park, and he tries to use Colin’s glasses. It doesn’t work, so he gets closer. Meanwhile, Carrie is laughing at all of these medieval memes. Darwin doesn’t know why, so Carrie tells him she’s 327. Gumball thinks this would tear them apart. Carrie then tells Darwin she’s had one other boyfriend, but Darwin was better. Carrie and Darwin leave, and Gumball leaves.
They are then in the music store. Carrie thinks Darwin would not like her music, but Darwin tries it anyway. His face starts melting, and Gumball remarks that she’s cool and he’s not. He thinks this would tear them apart as well, as Darwin continues to melt.
They are then in the park, but Carrie says it was built on an ancient burial ground. Darwin thinks it is windy, but it was just a demon exhaling on everything. Gumball remarks the fact they see the world differently would tear them apart.
They are in the arcade again, but this time, they are measuring their pulse to rate their love. Carrie tells Darwin she doesn’t have a pulse, and Gumball says that would tear them apart. Carrie then bumps into Azrael, her ex-boyfriend. They start cracking jokes, and Carrie says they should hang out.
Back at the house, Gumball tells Darwin about what he saw and takes Darwin to find Carrie. They run to the cemetery on the Dolphin Man, clouds, and a slide. But when they find Carrie and Azrael, Carrie straightens everything out.
Back at school, Gumball realizes what he has done, but doubts it happened to him and Penny. Doubt appears again, but Gumball kicks him into Leslie and Masami, ending the episode.
Character designer Jeremy Pires has designed and animated the chase sequence of the episode with the assistance of Jonathan Djob Nkondo and Nicolas Dehghani, making him the ninth guest animator of the series.
Gumball breaks the fourth wall by saying that someone is probably watching them right now (indirectly referring to the viewer), and then accidentally touches the screen.
The people featured on the cover of The Editones album at the record store are, from left to right, Tony Hull, Richard Overall (both picture editors for the show), and Sam Cassidy (the show's assistant editor) in drag.