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Implied with Hades, to the demon minion sisters stripping in Frollo Misses His Mother.
Always Close: In Frollo's perspective of Frollo Finally Does It, Frollo tries to escape into a portal while his legs are broken when three Wilford Brimley copies approach him. One clone catches up to him, but he escapes just in time.
Ambiguously Gay: Both Frollo and Gaston. Frollo has a date with Rosie Palms to a fireman calendar and to a gay porn magazine... which Gaston had in his pocket. Gaston was also grossed out by a male stripping routine, but there is the question of why he was even in there. Plus they've fought over a woman at least once, it arguably puts them into Bi the Way territory.
Anachronism Stew: France still remains the same as it did in the movie, but a few modern elements such as OXXO stores, TVs and PCs (as fireplaces), and pop singers show up. Almost everywhere else takes place in (our) present times.
Even earlier, Hans Frollo saves Frollo and Gaston from Hades's minions in the Underworld.
Virtually all of Frollo and Gaston's friends come to save them from Genie Jafar, then later from Marco Antonio Regil.
Almost all of Frollo's friends are about to fight Stocking and the others at the end of Frollo Celebrates his Birthday.
In Frollo Reads Mein KampfFrollo's Russian cousin Dmitri Frollo shows up just in time to stop Hitler.
In Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita, Adal Ramones' comeback has him saving Maussan from Scanty. It even gets lampshaded.
Big Damn Movie: Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents, in which Frollo, Gaston and Panty must survive a zombie apocalypse caused by Achmed Frollo consists of five parts. Combined, it has a length of almost an hour. Not bad for a series where episodes tend to last less than ten minutes.
Also, Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita, which features a big battle featuring almost every character who has appeared in the show as of its uploading. It's even longer than Beats Up Evil Residents. And according to the new era classification "Beyond TV", we might see more of these.
Big "NO!": Frollo lets one out when Jafar shoots a slow-moving projectile at him. This is based off of a scene in Austin Powers.
Big "YES!": Spoofed when the Arabian version of M. Bison is watching Jafar battle Frollo and Stocking.
Gaston and Toon M. Bison each use one as a weapon against the other, at the same time. Also Batiatus who uses one twice and an "of course" to the dismay of M. Bison who angrily shouts "MY CREATIONS!" (an obvious allude to the Street Fighter cartoon and the movie of which each respectively belongs to his appropriate version).
Bilingual Dialogue: Or even tri-lingual, people are speaking in their own languages, yet the language barrier poses no problem. Though Frollo claims to legitimately be learning German, and Hans Frollo does really speak English.
Black and Gray Morality: Most of the characters flip morality left and right, but usually staying bitter, rude, neutral individuals. The show's main protagonist is one of Disney's most vicious villains, along with being childish, extremely lustful, traitorous, manipulative and brutish in the actual show.
Black Comedy Rape: Frollo falls victim to this trope after Stocking gets tired of him rejecting her.
Boss Subtitles: Parodied in "Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents - The Last Boss", where Ronald McDonald, Umlaut, and Jafar all get Zelda-type subtitles.
Again in "Frollo Fucks the Gods", with each opponent Frollo and Gaston face in the Coliseum.
Brainwashed and Crazy: Hans and Dmitri Frollo are being brainwashed by Hitler and Stalin respectively. Except that with Dmitri, it might be something else entirely.
Spartacus was being brainwashed by Batiatus to fight for him. Batiatus' defeat breaks his control over Spartacus, who promptly pulls a Heel-Face Turn.
Break the Cutie: Madotsuki gets broken a lot during Frollo's birthday party, and she's already a broken cutie to begin with. In fact, because Wilford's world is created from her sadness, she has to be depressed in order to help the heroes fight Wilford, which means more breaking.
Bros Before Hoes: The Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents story arc begins with Frollo and Gaston fighting over Panty, until Bleemo sings a song and gets the two of them to reconcile. They fist-bump and Frollo says, "Bros before hoes!"
Butt Monkey: Silver, Hitler, Irate Gamer, and Best Hercules.
Call Back: The fireman calendar from Episode 1 later appears in a trash bin in Episode 14.
Cerebus Syndrome: Definitely became more action packed ever since the first episode, and even more serious after Frollo Gets AIDS in that they're less Youtube Poop and more story-driven. Then we got to 'Frollo Gets Flashed By A Gothic Lolita... and at least 1/3 of the cast got killed off.
Convection Schmonvection: Averted at one point, where Frollo is charging up for a huge fireball attack together with Bleemo. When Dmitri Frollo makes the mistake of assuming this is his chance to close in for a melee attack, he gets half of his face melted off by the hot air.
Disproportionate Retribution: After Frollo and Gaston start making fun of Marco, he goes on a brutal rampage, attacking Frollo with explosive letters and a ball of the Mexican public, and then crushing Gaston with the scoring wheel.
Inverted literally and figuratively: Frollo and Gaston come back to life and fall upwards.
Subverted with Hitler in his debut episode.
Also subverted with Corset when Tommy Wiseau pushes him out a window and the latter falls with him. They land, and Corset laughs it off. This is subverted again when he realizes that Wiseau placed them in the spot where part of the cathedral that Wiseau sliced off would land and impale both of them.
Downer Beginning: Subverted in Frollo is Too Young. Frollo is initially upset that Panty raped a random cop at the end of the previous episode, until a dancing Japanese dog (Consome Panchi) cheers him up.
Played straight in Frollo Sees Dead People, which picks up on the Downer Ending below before getting back to comedy.
The second part of Frollo Finally Does It picks up on the Downer Ending from the first part.
Downer Ending: Frollo Gets AIDS, Gaston dies and Frollo is raped by Stocking.
The first part of Frollo Finally Does It, Lemongrab sacrifices himself, Frollo and his allies are nowhere near stopping Wilford, and Frollo's behavior has alienated everyone else to the point of leaving him behind.
Dragon Ascendant: Wilford Brimley, as of Frollo Gets Flashed By a Gothic Lolita.
Dreaming of Things to Come: Well...sort of. Frollo daydreams that on his birthday, Gaston will say, "This is the day your dreams come true, Frollo," followed by Panty coming out of a giant birthday cake and saying, "Time to put the happy in happy birthday!" This fantasy comes true in the next episode... until it turns out THAT was also a dream.
Drinking Game: Haruhi proposes one with Jaime Maussan and Tommy Wiseau when guessing if the extraterrestrial evidence provided is real or fake, and the one who guesses wrong must take five Cuba Libre shots instead of two. When being showed evidence of a penguin on a tree, Maussan guesses wrong.
Wiseau: He's cranky today. *laughs*
Driven to Suicide: After getting sent to prison for accidentally killing Gaston, LeFou kills himself out of grief. Like Frollo and Gaston, he comes back to life.
And as that form, he can create other Eldritch Abominations at will.
Eldritch Location: Wilford's dimension, created from absorbing Madotsuki's depression. Because the realm synchronizes with her feelings, this technically makes her the second owner of the place.
Establishing Character Moment: In a case where the character is already introduced, but the moment is to show the change that the character had. Frollo killing the Irate Gamer, then ordering the vampires like a Big Bad would to his minions right after saving a brutally beaten Panty shows that he's not fucking around, at least not anymore.
Stocking's reason for assisting in the killing of Batiatus, as he murdered Ib, who didn't kill anyone. Almost all of the Los no Frollos members have a code against the killing of innocents/killing people who haven't killed.
Hitler and Hades' reaction to Frollo beating up Madotsuki sums this trope up considering who they are, especially the former.
Evil Knockoff: Frollo encounters twisted versions of his allies in a pocket dimension.
Eye Scream: Happens to Hans Frollo with an arrow during being killed by Gaston.
Fartillery: How Frollo, Gaston, Guile, and M. Bison all leave the coliseum and return to the present.
Fearful Symmetry: Occurs with Bison and Hades resisting each other's attacks until Ronald McDonald breaks up their fight.
Fire-Forged Friends: They started as enemies, but Guile and M. Bison think of Frollo and Gaston as friends.
Four Bad Band: Achmed Frollo and his band of terrorists, the Arabian Bros.
Foreshadowing: In "Frollo Fucks The Gods", during a transition to the Underworld, we see among the stuff buried underground what is clearly Lagann. Frollo and Gaston defeat Batiatus via their own version of the Giga Drill Breaker.
Forgot About His Powers: Frollo launches himself out of a cannon to reach the terrorist airship, completely forgetting about his ability to fly.
Freeze-Frame Bonus: Chincherrinas is fond of putting in messages that are only visible for a fraction of a second.
A more traditional example is the list of RRRRURUS that Frollo and Gaston are expected to follow in the Underworld.
In Frollo Has A Bad Feeling, at approximately 14:48, there is one when Batiatus starts yelling at Scanty.
Funny Background Event: When Gaston runs away from Quasimodo and Clopin pole dancing, some guy is walking around, glowing in rainbow colors. (That's actually "El Hombre Multicolor Gay" by Morfo from the Youtube Channel Morfologico.)
A lot of these occur in Frollo Celebrates His Birthday during the party scenes.
Gag Penis: Gaston's member often reaches absolutely ludicrous sizes. (Enough, for instance, to snake through sewers and anally rape Panty while she's sitting on the toilet).
In Frollo Fucks The Gods, "JUPITER'S COCK!"
Played for drama, of all things, in Frollo Gets Flashed By A Gothic Lolita when God!Wilford Brimley attempts to "breed" with Panty.
Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: Frollo gets very excited when Panty drunkenly makes out with Haruhi at his birthday party.
Going Through the Motions: Rare, non-video game example. Given how the series' visual style is similar to that of Youtube Poop, characters normally go through animations from their original works, but in new environments.
Tommy Wiseau takes an arrow to the balls because Lisa won't pay ransom. The terrorists eventually get the money through Denny.
Heel Face Door Slam: Hans Frollo in ''Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita. An offscreen attack by Gaston undoes Hans' brainwashing just as he's about to stab Frollo. He is confused as to how he got there or what is going on, but before he can switch sides he gets killed by Gaston. He later attempts to escape Hell, but his soul gets snatched away by the Hell Guards.
Heel-Face Turn: Kronk worked with Yzma from his debut up until Frollo Is Too Young, afterward he appeared as one of Frollo's allies in Frollo Enters a Mexican Contest.
Achmed Frollo and Gwonam ultimately meet their fate at the hands of their zombies.
Corset suggested to Hades about implementing a giant spike at the place where dead people would fall on so that they'd be in an endless recursion of death. This bites him in the ass when he gets killed and is send to fall on the spikes once Johnny smacks away the keys to get out of the Underworld.
Hostile Show Takeover: The angel sisters try this after Frollo and Gaston die, and then Wilford Brimley tries to take it from them.
Later, Yzma and Kronk revert Frollo to his college age so that he'll be young enough for Lemongrab to come in and take over the show.
Hypocritical Humor: An Arabian version of Mama Luigi attempts to join Achmed Frollo's brotherhood. In response, he calls him a racially insensitive character.
Improbable Weapon User: Marco, the host of the Mexican game show, uses letters of the alphabet as well as a ball made up of random members of the Mexican Republic. The latter is hit back and forth between himself and Frollo.
Just Toying with Them: Hitler says this in regards to Wilford building a bridge to his realm for all to follow, stating if he wasn't, they'd all be dead.
Karmic Death: Lisa lets the terrorists shoot Tommy Wiseau in the balls with an arrow. Later when she became a zombie in the apocalypse, Tommy kills her with a chainsaw.
Killed Off for Real: In one scene, we see Lefou's mangled corpse in Frollo's House. Later, in the Underworld, we see Lefou landing in the sea of Darkness, which states that if any character lands there, they're finished off for real.
Hans Frollo has his soul consumed by the Hell Guards, which would indicate he has suffered a similar fate as well.
Kill It with Fire: Frollo wields pyrokinetic magic. He burns down Justin Bieber and several others.
Well, he used a flamethrower that time with Beiber.
Knight of Cerebus: Subverted for LeFou. Sure, he accidentally killed Gaston by wrapping a belt around his neck that he surprisingly couldn't break, and caused the events that led to the Anti-Poop Revolt episodes that caused a shift in tone from Youtube Poop to a more story-driven show, but he isn't a dark or serious person. Played straight for several members of Los no Frollos, such as Frollo's Arabian cousin, Marco Antonio Regil, Batiatus, and Wilford Brimley.
Ronald McDonald earns his spot as one, a rare example mixed with Laughably Evil traits.
Loads and Loads of Characters: The series has garnered quite an extensive cast. Frollo Has A Bad Feeling is the best example, featuring many recurring characters and even adding new characters in that very video. Some of them are even imported from Leet Fighters.
Love Triangle: Stocking loves Frollo, but he loves (or lusts for) her sister instead. Eventually, her love for him leads her to help the Los No Frollos, though only to minimize casualties.
Manipulative Editing: How most dialogue is handled, the rest being Fun with Subtitles. Notably, the author has recently picked up a clever trick of using images and lines from other roles of a character's author to give them more diversity.
Mood Whiplash: Especially in Frollo Gets Flashed By A Gothic Lolita, which frequently jumps between tragic death scenes, comedy and action, or comedy within tragic death scenes.
Multiple Endings: In 'Frollo Gets Flashed By A Gothic Lolita' there are different endings depending on the answers gave to Stocking's quiz. The common ending has Frollo being sent to the Pit-y. Once you get the 'windows broken' question, you can get the different endings. And boy...are they weird.
Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: In Frollo Celebrates His Birthday, Frollo, Gaston, Bison and Guile are trapped in the bathroom by Stocking, Scanty and Kneesocks, who decide to humiliate them by letting Best Hercules and the Irate Gamer defeat them. The Irate Gamer's slow-moving bullet and Best Hercules' arrow open the bathroom lock. Leonidas was standing outside the bathroom and calls the rest of Frollo's friends over to help.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After being enslaved by Josef Stalin and Dmitri Frollo, Frollo decides to leave his life of forced labor and visit Daten City in Frollo Gets AIDS. Gaston in contrast decides to fight back against the Communists...which results in them doing this trope themselves.
Ayumu leaves Frollo's side during Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents due to his weakness against clowns.
For the entire time Lemongrab was in charge of the show, he was pointing out various things as being unacceptable compared to other versions that have been better received by most, which includes The Irate Gamer.
Fred: the Movie was the first movie to star then Youtube-phenomenon Fred. As witnessed by Lemongrab, reactions were less than pleasant.
There's also one towards Two and a Half Men. After Gaston's death, Frollo is told that his show will now have Ashton Kutcher for his sidekick. He promptly jumps to his death.
Talk to the Fist: Gaston's preferred method of disposing of annoyances. Used to best effect in a showdown of the Dozens against Frollo.
Tears of Blood: During Frollo's dream in Frollo Celebrates his Birthday, Stocking stabs Frollo from behind. A drop of his blood lands on a box of Gorilla Munch, right below the gorilla's eye in the shape of a tear.
Together in Death: Several characters go through this in Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita. Dmitri and Stalin, Garry and Ib, Jafar and his staff. Johnny notes this and says that the Underworld is a better place.
Frollo and Stocking finally defeat Umlaut, Jafar, Snake Jafar, Snake Yusuf, Gwonam, Achmed Frollo, and Umlaut again. But once Frollo dismisses Stocking's affection yet again, she wishes that he would get fucked. Wish granted. Enter Genie Jafar, a suped-up incarnation of the evil Arabian sorcerer complete with phenominal cosmic power.
Uncanny Family Resemblance: Frollo's cousins in different countries look exactly like him, only with different hats. Gaston and Mama Luigi also have a cousin like this.
Unexplained Recovery: Happens to Frollo a lot. A later episode reveals he made good friends with Hades, who got him out for the third time.
Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Because LeFou accidentally killed Gaston, this led to nearly all the events in the story era happening. To go into depth, his killing of Gaston led to the staff replacing him with Ashton Kutcher, which led to Frollo committing suicide, which led to the three (LeFou also killed himself) landing in the underworld where they get out using a spring from Gaston. Frollo's Arabian cousin then jumps onto the spring and he's back to life, and then he proceeds to turn all of Paris into a zombie carnival.
Villains Out Shopping: Most scenes. When not being antagonists, Frollo and Gaston are doing completely random stuff.
Villainous Rescue: In "Frollo Finally Does It - Frollo Story" Frollo is saved by none other than Ronald McDonald, who tries to convince Frollo to see things his way. Frollo listens to Ronald for a while, but kicks him away when he tries to turn him against his friends.
Villain Song: Achmed Frollo sings to his cousin, telling him how the Frollo family is the superior race, and that they should team up in order to perfect the world.
We Can Rule Together: Achmed Frollo attempts to persuade Frollo to his side by reminding him that he is family...but fails to do so, possibly due to the fact that he says that he'll also get to rape Panty.
Which doubles as What You Are in the Dark, no matter how lustful he (and she) is and how much he desires Panty, he refuses to have a non-consensual relationship with her. Obviously, it can be because of her zombie state or other things, but it can still count.
Wham Episode: Frollo Gets Flashed by a Gothic Lolita is pretty much one gigantic battle with people dying left and right, though the real shock comes in that Wilford Brimley ascended to a higher state of power and becomes the True Final Boss with Panty as hostage and forcing the Los No Frollos to join forces with Frollo's group..
Stocking: I'm not here to fight. I'm here to help.
What the Hell, Hero?: Stocking calls out Frollo for being childish, hypocritical, and downright traitorous throughout his previous misadventures. Right after that episode, he gets called out again for abusing Madotsuki and mercy killing the Earl of Lemongrab, though in a more metaphorical fashion, with his entire team ditching him and leaving behind the Earl's corpse buried with a marked stone saying "Here lies a true hero."
Bait-and-Switch Boss: While in Hell Guile and Bison accidentally free Hans Frollo from a containment cell. Hans then proceeds to break open the cell next to him revealing none other than Konata who the two had previously killed and eaten on a pizza. She explains to them how she desires revenge, and begins to power up... Only to Ronald McDonald to appear right behind her and break her neck, before he begins to transform. Luckily, Guile and Bison make a quick escape and avoid the battle.
In episode 7 Konata reappears, ready to take her vengeance against the duo. She's quickly taken out yet again - albeit accidentally - this time by M. JET-SUS, who is then defeated by T. Hawk. Luckily, he's friendly.
Big "WHAT?!": In episode 5, Cobra Commander utters this when he and Destro find FACE instead of the Irate Gamer, during a game where the contestants are supposed to find Bores to win.
Call Back: Konata never forgets what happened to her in the first episode.
Casting Gag: In episode 7, Mephiles is seen playing a game of Yu-Gi-Oh! with Guile. The English voice actor of Mephiles is, naturally, Dan Green, who also voiced Yami Yugi in that show.
Disproportionate Retribution: Nicolas Cage attacks Lopez Doriga for the latter not understanding how to arrange the shelves in alphabetical order, and then he attacks Guile and Bison for pacing ahead of them in the game before T. Hawk breaks up the fight. In the episode's credits, he's still seen attacking Doriga.
Downer Beginning: Leet Fighters 6, Bison dies from a computer rigged by Honda and Dee Jay.
Foreshadowing: Before Balrog leaves Guile and Bison, he taped a video showing his desire to go to France, which Guile and Bison watch. This would foreshadow the duo's appearance in Frollo Beats Up Evil Residents.
Guile, Bison, and T. Hawk star in another fictional game show in Episode 7.
Good Angel, Bad Angel: Bison has an interaction with his good angel (represented by Guile) and his bad angel (represented by himself) when deciding whether or not to abandon Guile and try to score with Panty instead. He chooses Panty.
Halfway Plot Switch: Episode 3's plot about getting back to Honda and Deejay for taking Guile's lunch money is immediately abandoned after said villains defeat the heroes, in favor of showing Guile trying to deal with an exam. By episode 5, the abandoned plot line is resolved.