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* ParentalBonus: The whole thing with Coconut Fred and Butchy being dressed as ''Final Fantasy VII'' characters seems to be a reference aimed at older viewers who are more likely to be familiar with the game.

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* SaveThePrincess: The gang's goal is to save Mr. Greenrind a.k.a. Princess Cindermelon from getting married to Butchy.


* AlliterativeName: According to his card, the ogre is named Mr. Ogre Ong, which repeats the letter "O".



* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle, despite not looking like they could be of major value - he opens the drawbridge to the castle using the garage door opener, uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion, and calls on the ogre who gave him his membership card to deal with Butchy himself.

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* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle, despite not looking like they could be of major value - he opens the drawbridge to the castle using the garage door opener, uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion, and calls on the ogre who gave him his membership card to deal with Butchy himself.


* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle, despite not looking like they could be of major value - he opens the drawbridge to Butchy's castle using the garage door opener, uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion, and calls on the ogre to deal with Butchy himself.

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* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle, despite not looking like they could be of major value - he opens the drawbridge to Butchy's the castle using the garage door opener, uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion, and calls on the ogre who gave him his membership card to deal with Butchy himself.


* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle - he uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion and calls on the ogre to deal with Butchy himself.

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* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle, despite not looking like they could be of major value - he opens the drawbridge to Butchy's castle - he using the garage door opener, uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion minion, and calls on the ogre to deal with Butchy himself.



* KonamiCode: Coconut Fred uses the code near the end of the episode to

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* KonamiCode: Coconut Fred uses the code near the end of the episode toto summon a pipe to escape from a hydra monster and go directly to Butchy's castle.


* PacManFever: The video game Coconut Fred plays at the beginning of the episode plays 8-bit music. This episode was released around the time the UsefulNotes/GameCube was a thing.
* ParodyEpisode: Mostly parodies ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', with Coconut Fred as Cloud and Butchy as Sephiroth.

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* PacManFever: The video game Coconut Fred plays at the beginning of the episode plays 8-bit music. This episode was released around the time the UsefulNotes/GameCube was still a thing.
thing, long after 8-bit gaming was originally around.
* ParodyEpisode: Mostly parodies ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', with Coconut Fred as Cloud Strife and Butchy as Sephiroth.


'''Original airdate:''' May 13, 2006



* YeOldeButcheredEnglishe: Coconut Fred speaks in this style throughout the episode as the Cloud-like hero.

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* YeOldeButcheredEnglishe: YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Coconut Fred speaks in this style throughout the episode as the Cloud-like hero.


'''"Monkey Business":''' While helping Mr. Greenrind to build an eco-porch, Coconut Fred discovers a rare rainbow-bottomed monkey, names it Happy, and teaches it how to be civilized when it upsets Mr. Greenrind.

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'''"Monkey Business":''' While he and the other fruits are helping Mr. Greenrind to build an eco-porch, Coconut Fred discovers a rare rainbow-bottomed monkey, names it Happy, and teaches it how to be civilized when it upsets Mr. Greenrind.



* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Mr. Greenrind gets confused by Slip and Slide about Happy's name and asks why anyone would name an animal "Pink Banana Butts".

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* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Mr. Greenrind gets confused by Slip and Slide about Happy's name since they don't say it coherently, and asks why anyone would name an animal "Pink Banana Butts".


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* YeOldeButcheredEnglishe: Coconut Fred speaks in this style throughout the episode as the Cloud-like hero.


* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace

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* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeaceSpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace: Coconut Fred reaches Butchy's castle right after the priest at the wedding says this, and just in time to object to the wedding and show Butchy what for.

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'''"Monkey Business":''' While helping Mr. Greenrind to build an eco-porch, Coconut Fred discovers a rare rainbow-bottomed monkey, names it Happy, and teaches it how to be civilized when it upsets Mr. Greenrind.

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!!"Monkey Business" contains the following tropes:
* ColorCodedEmotions: Happy's butt changes color depending on his mood. For example, it turns blue when he is sad and red when he is angry.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: A rainbow-bottomed monkey, that is.
* EverythingsBetterWithRainbows: Happy is referred to as a rainbow-bottomed monkey, referring to his color-changing butt.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: The fruits give Happy a shirt and pants to wear.
* MoodRingEyes: A mood ring ''butt'', actually. Happy's butt changes color depending on how he feels.
* TalkingAnimal: Coconut Fred imagines Happy into being able to speak near the end of the episode.
* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Mr. Greenrind gets confused by Slip and Slide about Happy's name and asks why anyone would name an animal "Pink Banana Butts".

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'''"Sir Nut-a-Lot":''' Coconut Fred turns Fruit Salad Island into a video game where he and his friends must stop Butchy from marrying Cindermelon (actually Mr. Greenrind in a princess outfit).

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!!"Sir Nut-a-Lot" contains the following tropes:
* ArtShift: The art style changes to resemble an 8-bit game when the fruits enter the ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''-esque bonus level at the end of the episode.
* ChekhovsGun: The items Coconut Fred obtains throughout his quest end up becoming useful at Butchy's castle - he uses the fake fruit bowl to distract Butchy's demon minion and calls on the ogre to deal with Butchy himself.
* ExactWords: Just as the Island turns into a video game, Butchy drops a child fruit into a pool, which turns into a lava pit filled with crocodiles, and asks the fruit to "Say 'uncle', you dork!" The fruit's response? "Uncle, you dork!"
* KonamiCode: Coconut Fred uses the code near the end of the episode to
* MarketBasedTitle: Known as "Sir Cocolot" in Latin America.
* PacManFever: The video game Coconut Fred plays at the beginning of the episode plays 8-bit music. This episode was released around the time the UsefulNotes/GameCube was a thing.
* ParodyEpisode: Mostly parodies ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', with Coconut Fred as Cloud and Butchy as Sephiroth.
* ShoutOut: The entire episode is one big video game reference. Aside from all the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' shout-outs, Slip and Slide wear clothes resembling those of the Franchise/SuperMarioBros, Bingo becomes Navi from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'', and the end of the episode parodies the original ''VideoGame/DonkeyKong''.
* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace
* SuddenAnatomy: Coconut Fred spawns a nose when he is asked during a game of Simon Says to touch his nose with his tongue.
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