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Dragonzball P is a Dragon Ball fan video made by Oney Cartoons. It very heavily relies on Deranged Animation and is (sort of) based on Goku and Vegeta's battle in the Saiyan Saga.

A sequel (again, sort of) based on the Frieza Saga, Dragonzball PeePee was made.

These videos have the following tropes:

  • Abusive Parents: After Goo Goo is happy to see Kaka Carrot Cake, he calls him a faggot and pushes him over.
  • Analogy Backfire: Kaka Carrot Cake ends up giving one.
    Kaka Carrot Cake: I'm stronger as an ant! **Beat** If an ant was...this big! *holds his hands out to about the diameter of a basketball*
    Freezy-Pop: Hmhm.
    Kaka Carrot Cake: Nng. *slightly increases the size of the theoretical ant*
    Freezy-Pop: Agh! <from the distance> You're- You're just fuckin' with me!
  • Anyone Can Die: Pretty much the only person who isn't apparently dead by the end is Kaka Carrot Cake.
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  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: An Earth-sized Kaka Carrot Cake blows up the Earth at the end of PeePee.
  • Adaptation Expansion: Despite PeePee's short duration, Oney's rather literal interpretation of Goku's face in the sky is one of these as it doesn't specifically parody anything.
  • Adaptational Badass: Zig-zagged. Freezy-Pop is able to kill Virginia in his first form, whereas Frieza killed Vegeta in his final form. However, he's much less durable.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Kaka Carrot Cake claims to be gay. There's no indication that Goku liked other men in a romantic or sexual way.
  • Adapted Out: Freezy-Pop apparently doesn't have a second and third form.
  • Anti-Climax: All the "fights" are ended with pathetic ease, usually with one character throwing one fairly weak-looking attack and the other falling over while brutally injured.
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  • Arc Fatigue: Invoked twice in the second video, once with a scene transition over Kaka Carrot Cake apparently screaming nonstop for nineteen episodes, and Freezy-Pop remarking that "we only have like 50 episodes before Namek asplods."
  • Brick Joke: At the end of P, Kaka Carrot Cake tells Virginia to not "act da mickey". Virginia acts like this before PeePee, and the narrator lampshades it.
  • Body Horror: At one point, Kristen Stewart has breasts for eyes.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Virginia says he'll kill Kaka Carrot Cake until he's dead in P.
  • Deranged Animation: These two videos heavily rely on this trope, with character faces changing constantly and body parts spinning.
  • Disney Villain Death: Freezy-Pop seems to meet his end by falling off a cliff. He doesn't.
  • Dub Name Change: Every characters name changes with every mention of it, ranging from Kaka Carrot Cake to Kaka Carmen Electra to Kakekeka...Faggot. For simplicity's sake, this page uses the last thing each person was referred to as.
  • Earth-Shattering Kaboom: Caused by a planet-sized Kaka Carrot Cake colliding with it.
  • Even the Subtitler Is Stumped: The subtitles of the first one actually manage to transcribe what is being said, even Virginia's raspberry blowing. However, it's for some reason stumped and confused by Kaka Carrot Cake's Big "NO!".
  • Evil Gloating: After Virginia reveals the tragic fate he suffered at the hands of Freezy-Pop and Kaka Carrot Cake calls him a monster for it, Freezy-Pop smugly declares "The cake was delicious!" just to twist the knife in the wound.
  • Felony Misdemeanor: Kaka Carrot Cake is horrified by Virginia's below-mentioned Freudian Excuse and declares "You Monster!" at Freezy-Pop.
  • Freudian Excuse: Virginia's is not being invited to Freezy-Pop's birthday party.
  • Funny Background Event: During Kaka Carrot Cake's introduction, a pickle dressed as Piccolo floats past.
  • Gag Dub: Invoked, especially in the first episode. A lot of the dialogue's humor comes from being written like a sloppy Cut-and-Paste Translation Hong Kong Dub filled with Bad "Bad Acting", inconsistent adherence to Lip Lock, glaring Gosh Dang It to Heck!, and silly non-sequitur metaphors inserted into drama, in parody of the earliest dubs of Dragon Ball Z and anime in general.
  • Glass Cannon: Freezy-Pop killed Virginia and Kristen Stewart with one hit each, but he was weakened by Kaka Carrot Cake's screaming, and was killed when the two of them collided.
  • Gonk: None of the characters are very pretty to look at.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Extremely frequent, and fairly inconsistently applied. Less so in PeePee, where one of the first lines is Virginia declaring "Aw, shit!"
    "Darn you, Kaka Carrot Cake!"
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Kristen Stewart and Freezy-Pop suffer this, the former from being blasted by Freezy-Pop, the latter from being hit by Super Sand Kaka Carrot Cake.
  • I Am X, Son of Y:
    "Kaka Carrot Cake! I am real Super Sand!"
  • I Have Many Names:
    • Kaka Carrot Cake (Goku) is also referred to as "Kaka Krabby Patty", "Kaka Carmen Electra", and even "Goku" by Master Roshi on a doomed Earth..
    • Virginia (Vegeta) is called "Vagina" and "Banana" by Freezy-Pop.
    • Freezy-Pop (Freeza) is called out by Kaka Carrot Cake as "Frisbee".
    • Freezy-Pop refers to the Super Sand Legend (Super Saiyan Legend) as "Super Pooper Scooper" and "Super Sand Lesbian".
  • Inaction Sequence: Kaka Carrot Cake screams for 19 episodes after Virginia dies.
    • The first video is almost entirely composed of the typical Dragonball standbys for this trope - exposition, banter, reaction shots, and characters making silly faces - to the point that the actual fight scene is one second long.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: Kristen Stewart's reaction to getting blasted with a laser that splits him in half is a half-hearted "oh noooo."
  • Mistaken for Pedophile: Subverted. Freezy-Pop accuses Virginia of "hanging out with little boys in spandex." Virginia, instead of denying it, gives a Big "YES!" in affirmation.
  • Power Levels: Parodied; Kaka Carrot Cake boasts to Freezy-Pop that he is "stronger than an ant, if an ant was... this big!" When Freezy-Pop is unimpressed, Kaka Carrot Cake moves his hands out slightly further, at which Freezy-Pop is horrified.
  • Sky Face: PeePee ends with the cast looking up in the sky at one of these and cheering... at which point it turns out that it's not a Sky Face, it's the actual Kaka Carrot Cake, and he's in the sky because he's now the size of Earth, and he's coming closer...
  • Smug Snake: Virginia claims to be a formidable threat to Kaka Carrot Cake and Freezy-Pop, but he's taken down with one hit both times.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Subverted and inverted; Virginia and Kristen Stewart apparently don't get wished back, Freezy-Pop is killed on Namek rather than on Earth, and a lot of people on Earth are killed when Kaka Carrot Cake collides with the Earth.
    • Implied with Planet Vegeta, given that Vegeta's Freudian Excuse in this parody is Frieza not inviting him to his birthday party, with zero mention of him destroying Planet Vegeta.
  • Super Strength: Kaka Carrot Cake claims to be as strong as an ant... if an ant were... this big!
  • Take That!: See Inaction Sequence.
    • Also, when Freezy-Pop "fights" Super Sand Legend Kaka Carrot Cake, he claims they only have 50 Episodes until Namek explodes.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Freezy-Pop is temporarily stopped by Kaka Carrot Cake's screaming.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Goo Goo disappears from the plot when Kaka Carrot Cake arrives.
  • Wimp Fight: Virginia is defeated by a single light slap in the first video and mortally wounded by a rubber band being flicked at him in the second. Freezy-Pop is nearly killed by Kaka Carrot Cake's shouting, cuts Kristen Stewart in half by apparently pointing, and is finally killed by a similar light slap.
  • Wipe That Smile Off Your Face: At one point in the first episode, Virginia's mouth literally falls off his face and floats away.
  • You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me!: When Kaka Carrot Cake says he is stronger than an antnote  Freezy-Pop says's he's just fuckin' with him.
  • You're Insane!: Kaka Carrot Cake asks if Virginia is insane, while the subtitles pronounce it as "Insayian." Virginia confirms this by cockily saying "Yes!" and sticking out his tongue and wobbling his eyes.
  • You Monster!: Kaka Carrot Cake goes "You Monster Frisbee!!" when Virginia reveals that Freezy-Pop didn't invite him to his birthday when they were children.


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