|Sgt. Frog: The Other Abridged Series: Episode 3|
|Season 1, Episode 3|
|Created by||Bokegaeru Productions|
Episode 3 of Sgt. Frog: The Other Abridged Series is the Spring Break episode as well as the introduction of Paul Moriyama.
Cast (In Order of Appearence)[edit | edit source]
- Keroro- TheSmashBro
- Fuyuki- TheSmashBro
- Momoka- Narusasu
- Natsumi- ShadowKitten
- Aki- ShadowKitten
- Giroro- TheSmashBro
- Tamama- Sgt. Eagle
- Paul- Chayification
- Paul's Mustache- TheSmashBro
- Omiyo- DezzJew69
Creator's Note[edit | edit source]
This episode was delayed soley due to the editor's lazyness. He assures all fans that this will never happen again.
Joke Explanations[edit | edit source]
- Fuyuki's ringtone is the song Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne. This is here for two reasons
- TheSmashBro is a huge fan of Ozzy Osbourne.
- Fuyuki is well aware of the fact that Momoka is crazy, so setting that to play when she called seemed appropriate.
- "So....Charlie Sheen?" used to be TheSmashBro's "perfect conversation starter." It is also somewhat of a subtle reference to Jon Lajoie's flash short series "Punched In."
- Paul saying "What'ho, masters and mistresses" is a reference to Chayification, the voice of Paul. At the beginning of most of his game commentary videos, he would say "What'ho..." usually followed by an insult of some sort.
- Natsumi continues to show traits of an adrenaline junkie.
- Something apparently happened with a muffler, which is why she shouldn't concentrate too hard on one thing.
- She wanted to punch a shark because it would be fun.
- Omiyo was originally going to be The Box Ghost from the Nickelodeon show Danny Phantom. This was changed when DezzJew69 sent in his lines for Episode 2 and his voice sounded more like Kermit the Frog.
- Rabid Lemons was used after TheSmashBro asked a deviantART chat for the name of a rabid animal on an island that could ruin a dinner. The person who said lemon wasn't actually making a suggestion, but Smash found it funny and ended up using it.
- "He was the turkey all along" is a reference to Invader Zim.
- Omiyo recites the chorus to the Jimmy Buffett song "Vampires, Mummies, and the Holy Ghost"
- Steve Whitmire is the current voice for Kermit the Frog
Reception[edit | edit source]
Many considered this an overall great episode, but others thought the first half was good, but it dwindled down in the latter portion. The team considers this the weakest SF:TOAS episode as of yet. As of November 5, 2011, the episode has 12 likes and 1 dislike.