Frollo trolling Hades in the UnderworldSince Frollo regularly comes back to life, could this have been his way of convincing Hades to let Gaston go back to his life?
Lemongrab taking the showPerhaps the reason he stole the show when Frollo was too young was because of the last time someone took over Frollo's show? He himself was the one who declared Wilford Brimley's version of the show as unacceptable.
Best Hercules in the Pit-yHe's the only villain in the Pit-y, with the other characters being heroes, and he's torn up over the Irate Gamer's death. This could either make him have a Heel-Face Turn from interacting with the heroes, resulting in a Big Damn Heroes moment when he takes a level in badass and defeats Perfect Wilford Brimley. Alternatively, he could prompt the heroes in the Pit-y to all pull Face Heel Turns and use them to get revenge on Frollo.
Ronald McDonald will have a major role later in the series, either as the Big Bad, or his/her dragonRonald is a far more sinister character by his second appearance, and he even outright tells Frollo that he'll "just come back angrier." He'll likely become a progressively more sinister villain with each appearance he makes. Seeing as how two secret videos reveal that he created the illusions that defeated him in his original fight with Frollo, as well as the Vegan Police officer who took away Wilford Brimley's powers, he is likely far more powerful than he lets on and may even be manipulating events from behind the scenes.
Ronald McDonald is CorsetIt may be obvious after a certain point on Leet Fighters 6, but those with keen ears might pick up that Corset's voice can be heard when Ronald speaks.
Ronald McDonald represents the seven deadly sins, and is trying to corrupt FrolloIn "Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita," Ronald incapacitates Panty, the object of Frollo's affections. He specifically tells Frollo that he left her alive, but not able to resist him, should he decide to have his way with her. He is clearly encouraging Frollo to give into his lust. Frollo appears to consider it, but ultimately resists the temptation. The next time Ronald appears, in "Frollo Finally Does It Part 2," he speaks to Frollo about the beauty of anger. Again, he appears to be attempting to influence Frollo to embrace his wrath. Again, Frollo ultimately resists the urge and kicks Ronald away. If the pattern continues, the next time Ronald appears he will likely attempt to get Frollo to give into another deadly sin, and Frollo will have to resist that temptation, too.
Wilford Brimley's dimension is actually himit seems odd that only his clones shown up.
Madotsuki is the key to defeating WilfordSeeing as how Wilford's ascension to godhood was done by absorbing Madotsuki's sorrow, it's only fitting that she have a major role in his defeat.
The whole point of the entire show is redemptionWe already know that in Disney's movie canon, Frollo and Gaston were originally villains. After they died in their respective movies, they were brought before God to be judged. However, God saw the underlying good in their hearts and instead revived them, sending them into an alternate dimension that resembles our modern world in order to give them a second chance to redeem themselves. Frollo, being Frollo, didn't take this very well at first, since he's still set in his ways and has no idea on how the modern world works. Gaston also felt the same way, since he was still reeling from his humilation and rejection by Belle and defeat at the hands of the Beast. They presumably hated each other in the beginning, but over time they became best friends (although they occasionally have their moments, as evidenced in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents"). Frollo and Gaston's redemption are also the reason why they often team up together to fight the bad guys. In the duration of the show we get to see character development as we see them fight zombies, other Disney villains, evil knockoffs, gods, and so on. Of course, since the show is named after Frollo, he gets the most development. The reason why he gets fire powers is because in his former life, he used fire to commit racial genocide and burn down an entire city. After he was revived by God, he was given those powers so in his next life, he can use them for good. His complicated relationship with Panty and her sister Stocking represents the lust he tried to repress, namely the lust for Esmeralda; while Frollo is still a Dirty Old Man, he is shown to feel genuine love for Panty on occasion, even restraining himself whenever an opportunity arises. While Gaston is given less focus, his purpose is presumably to become a Humble Hero. In his former life, Gaston was arrogant and believed himself to be entitled to everything, including Belle's hand in marriage. He was selfish and underhanded, being willing to do anything to win. However, on occasion he was shown to display great intelligence, such as using Sonic's spring to escape the Underworld. Gaston is also probably more savvy than Frollo, since he taught the concepts of the modern world to Frollo. This is why, in the Frollo Show's "Youtube Poop" era, they were seen dicking around and creating general mischief to the point of trolling. By reviving Gaston and making him do heroic deeds, God has made sure that Gaston will forge a more positive reputation by helping other people out of selflessness instead of doing things just to boost his own popularity. As for the large cast of allies and villains, their home dimensions were purposely merged together by God as part of his plan to turn Frollo and Gaston into heroes. This is why we see a variety of different characters, such as Lemongrab, Ronald McDonald, Adolf Hitler, Ib, and so forth. Having Frollo and Gaston work with different people will allow them to form friendships, which is another major part of their redemption.