Its a series based on Captain Underpants. Laffs are to be expected.
The Frenzied Farts of Flabby Flabulous
- This bit:Mr. Krupp: (to George and Harold) Do you two wanna be in more trouble?!
Mr. Meaner: (furiously bursts into Krupps office) YOU TWO ARE IN MORE TROUBLE, YEA-YEA-YEA-YEA-YEA!
Mr. Krupp: Protocol, Mr. Meaner.
Mr. Meaner: (completely calm) Oh, right. Okay, sorry. (Leaves and shuts door behind him)
Ms. Anthrope: (opens door again) Mr. Meaner is here to see you.
Mr. Krupp: Send him in.
Mr. Meaner: (comes in the exact same way he did the first time) YOU TWO ARE IN MORE TROUBLE, YEA-YEA-YEA-YEA-YEA!
- Mr. Krupp and Mr. Meaner trying to show each other up about who's madder. Mr. Meaner begins stomping his cap into the floor while Mr. Krupp begins shaking a metal cabinet and yelling at the top of his lungs.
The Dreadful Debacle of DJ Drowsy Drawers
- When the teachers are setting up for the school dance, Mr. Krupp keeps going out of his way to ensure that there is zero fun, and explains his reason why.Mr. Krupp: Fun leads to the Robo-pocalypse! This chart proves it! See? If kids see colors, they have fun. Fun leads to joy, and joy leads to a rainbow unicorn stampede that transforms into a robot horde that enslaves us all! ANY QUESTIONS?!
(Literally every teacher the room looks at Krupp like hes crazy, and raise their hands at the same time)
Mr. Krupp: I DIDNT THINK SO!
- Also, the so-called chart Krupp uses to prove his point is just a crude crayon drawing that he most likely made himself.
- Captain Underpants rapping. What else needs to be said?
- The various tryouts for the position of the school dance DJ:
Mr. Krupp: Is she speaking English?
- Jessica and her friends only have one song in their playlist: "Don't You Daar Touch My Haar, I Swaar" by the Flaar Baars.
The Horrible Hostilities of the Homework Hydra
- The kids (especially George and Harold) are eager for the school day to end, literally counting down the seconds on the clock
only for Melvin to speak up at the very last second to remind Ms. Ribble that she forgot to assign homework. Cue every kid in the room shooting him a Death Glare.Melvin: What?
Ms. Ribble: Thank you, Melvin! This is why everyone likes you.
(All the other kids growl furiously at him)
- This little gem when George and Harold travel back in time to a school in Ancient Egypt, where (it was claimed that) homework was invented.
- When the boys discover that by erasing homework from existence, they also inadvertently erased comic books from existence, George Screams Like a Little Girl.
The Vexing Villainy of the Vile Vimpire
- In the episodes Cold Open, the boys make a comic where everything around Captain Underpants randomly blows up. Seriously, there are enough explosions to put Michael Bay to shame!
- Melvins idea of cant miss comedy? Videos of rotting food.
The Terrifying Perilous Misfortune of the T.P. Mummy
- The boys commenting on Ericas latest Stealth Hi/Bye.Harold: Shes like Batman!
George: Without the angry grumbling.
- Mr. Rees introduction.Narrator: This is Mr. Ree, the school janitor. Hes a dedicated employee, and definitely doesnt have a secret past. Oooh, Ive said too much
Mr Ree: (inspecting the toilet paper) 3-ply quilted plush weave. Not the usual sandpaper you order. Whats the occasion?
- Mr. Ree is also quick to figure out why Mr. Krupp ordered 500 rolls of rather pricey French toilet paper.
Mr. Krupp: We have a new French teacher, and I want her to have the best.
Mr. Ree: So, you got a crush on the Ooh-La-La?
Mr. Krupp: What? Thats ridiculous! (proceeds to swoon a little) Its not like I want to take long walks at the movies, trading butterfly kisses or-or anything!
Mr. Ree: Whatever floats your boat, chief.
Mr. Krupp: My boat floats fine!
Mr. Ree: (smirking) Liar.
Mr. Krupp: WHAT?!
Mr. Ree: Yeah, you heard me.
- During French class, George and Harold attempt to go to the bathroom to get toilet paper so they can T.P. the school. However, their new French teacher, Ms. Yewh, wants everyone in her class to only speak French. You can probably see where this is going.George: Uh, excuse me? We gotta go to the bathroom.
Harold: Yeah, me too!
Ms. Yewh: In French.
George: You want us to go to the bathroom in French?
Ms. Yewh: Oui-Oui.
(George and Harold burst out laughing)
(Cut to a picture of a croissant, with a moustache and wearing a beret, in front of a French flag, frowning and shrugging)
Narrator: We apologize for using a joke that is over 280 years old.
Mr. Krupp: That toilet paper is for Ms. Yewh, and Ms. Yewh only!
- And then later:
George: She must go to the bathroom a lot.
Harold: Yeah, thats a lot of Oui-Oui!
(Cut to the same croissant picture from before)
Narrator: Oooh, were sorry again!
- Mr. Krupps attempts at flirting with Ms. Yewh. Especially with the outfit he wears while doing it.Mr. Krupp: I just wanted to make sure youre settling in, and to see if you had any questions...
George: I have a question! Why are you wearing skinny jeans?
- After an unsuccessful attempt to T.P. the entire school, Mr. Krupp makes George and Harold clean up all the toilet paper they used. And they decide to work smarter, not harder by simply flushing it all down the school toilets, but since they had used 500 rolls of toilet paper in that prank attempt, naturally the toilets get clogged. Luckily, George finds some extra-strength clog remover. Unfortunately, they ignore the instructions to use only one drop of the stuff, which leads to this:
- The scene where Mr. Ree explains his Dark and Troubled Past.Mr. Ree: In the late 1990s, the government hired me to make T.E.R.D.S.; this huge, massive toilet to eliminate the most serious threats on Earth; poisonous chemicals, weapons of mass destruction, envelopes
Mr. Ree: Ever gotten a paper cut from one of those bad boys?
The Squishy Predicament of Stanley Peets Stinky Pits
- Due to his nervous breakdown, Mr. Fyde has a very low tolerance for noise. Unfortunately for him, elementary schools are practically built on noise.
- Mr. Krupps rather... bizarre love for guacamole.Mr. Krupp: And if youre thinking its because I want you kids to grow a bunch of avocados to make me a whole lot of free guacamole, because guacamole is made from avocados, and I love guacamole so much, I DREAM ABOUT IT EVERY NIGHT AND WANT TO TAKE IT ON A VACATION TO MAUI! (deep breath) Youre dead wrong.
(Cut to an Imagine Spot of Krupp doing just that)
Mr. Krupp: So happy...
- The calming musical interlude, which is puppets of George and Harold dancing/head-banging to heavy metal music with the lyrics I LIKE SPAGHETTI!Narrator: So soothing.
- The Incredibly Graphic Violence Chapter for this episode is presented in Paint-O-Rama, specifically a Bob Ross parody. Followed immediately by a quick acknowledgement of the Parental Bonus for the kids.Very Old Man: "Don't worry kids, I didn't get that one either."
The Costly Conundrum of the Calamitous Claylossus
- The Lie-Detecting Crow.Melvin: Youll write my recommendation letter [to Eliteanati Academy]?
Mr. Krupp: Nothing would make me happier.
Crow: LIE! LIE! LIAR! HELL NEVER LET YOU GO! YOUR TEST SCORES KEEP THE SCHOOL AFLOAT!
- The fact that Krupp literally has a shark in his aquarium.
- And speaking of which
- The progressively cheaper claymation.
- The ending, which teases a battle between a shark, a Bigfoot, and a chupacabra.
The Jarring Jerkiness of Judge J.O.R.T.S.
- The boys new Spanish teacher, Jerry Citizen, admits that he cant even speak Spanish, and only took the job because Mr. Krupp will hire anyone to be a teacher. It then cuts to Mr. Krupp hiring a literal toddler!
- This episode reveals that Mr. Krupp has a LOT more wigs than just his trademark Dodgy Toupee. Hes wearing a different one in every scene and spends each time fishing for compliments on his new haircut, but of course, hes met with confused silence.
- One of said wigs is a mullet.
The Strange Strife of the Smelly Socktopus
- When George and Harold admit they probably deserve to be suspended for their latest prank, Mr. Krupp is understandably confused. This leads to a amusing little segment inside Mr. Krupp's mind where a meeting between Krupp's Angry, Happy, Sad, and Hungry sides is interrupted by his Paranoid side.
- After waiting a long amount of time for Mr. Krupp to come back into his office after filling it with the schools stinky gym socks, George and Harold get hungry and decide to head to lunch, but not without leaving a note for Krupp first. And lets just say that theres a reason that George is the writer and Harold is the artist of their comic-making duo.George: We regret to inform you that the fault for the bedevilment of your place of business lies with us and us alone. We fear you have no choice but to suspend us forthwith! Warmest regards, George and Harold. Okay, read that back to me.
Harold: Mr. Krupp, we did this. P.S., its me and George.
The Flustering Mindless Woe of the Flushable Memory Wipes
- The Running Gag/Subplot of Jessica and her friends going on a Save the Whales campaign.
- At one point, Captain Underpants picks a dandelion and shoves it in his mouth. At least they're edible?
The Soggy Salvation of the Swirling Sweatnami
- George letting out a particularly girly shriek when he and Harold are being chased by Wedgie Robots.
The Sickening Fumes of Smartsy Fartsy
- The main villain of the episode is a sentient fart. I dare you to say that without at least cracking a smile.
The Troublesome Treachery of the Thieving Toot Fairy
- Melvins Mom flirting with Smartsy Fartsy. You dont know whether to laugh or throw up
The Frantic Fury of the Fearsome Furcules
The Harmfull Horrors of the Harrowing Hiveschool
The Preposterous Pulverizing of the Pestering Poopacabra
The Dastardly Deed of the Devious Diddlysaurus
The Shadowy Syndrome of the Sinister Splotch
The Bizarre Blitzkrieg of the Bothersome Butt-erflies
The Problematic Pandemonium of the Punishing Plungerina
The Bombastic Blathering of Brainy Blabulous
- Road Trash. Just... just Road Trash.
The Crazy Caustic Spray of the Contagious Cruelius Sneezer
The Trashy Tale of the Tumultuous Tubbadump
The Taxing Trauma of the Treacherous Tattle Trials Part 1
The Taxing Trauma of the Treacherous Tattle Trials Part 2
- Melvinborgs multiple Oh, Crap! moments upon remembering each of the inventions he added to make the Tattle Trials more difficult for George and Harold, that are going haywire thanks to his nanobots now controlling them. This leads to him receiving a lot of What Were You Thinking? from George, Harold, and even Melvin.
The Angry Abnormal Atrocities of the Astute Animal Aggressors
The Abysmal Altercation of the Abominable Altitooth
The Bizarre Bout of the Beastly Barfilisk
The Monstrous Mayhem of the Massive Melviathan
The Savage Spite of the Slimy Salamangler
The Cunning Combat of the Covert Camoflush
- The double reveal of not only Major Messy/Camoflush being Mr. Rees younger brother, but also Mr. Rees Embarrassing First Name, which leads to Erica Lampshade Hanging about both of their Punny Names.Camoflush: Toilette?
Mr. Ree: Lavator? Is that you?
Erica: You guys know each other, Mr. Ree?
Mr. Ree: Yes. Hes my brother.
Erica: Hold on. His name is Lavator Ree, and your name is Toilet Ree?!
Mr. Ree: Its pronounced Toilette, and yes, our parents were French-Canadian. (Beat) They loved bathrooms.
The Ghastly Danger of the Ghost Dentist
The Confounding Concoction of the Crooked Combotato
The Ludicrous Lunacy of the Loopy Laserlightmare
The Shocking Showdown of the Staggering Sugamechanger
The Polarizing Plight of the Pitiless Poopetrators
- Harolds Mom painting a portrait of Mr. Meaner, much to Harolds disgust? Funny. Her doing it again, this time at his house, and revealing that shes painted several portraits of him before? Hilarious. The look on poor Harolds face when he realizes that his mom just might have a crush on his gym teacher? PRICELESS.