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Coby: That particular naval base captured one of the most terrible pirates known to man.
Coby: No. No!
Luffy: I've faced him before. [under breath] And cross Depp reference off the list.
Coby: Zoro!
[boat spontaneously combusts]
Coby: The boat's on fire.
Luffy: We don't need no water, let the motherf-ker burn! [fire continues to spread, even on to Luffy's face ]

None Piece is a Abridged Series of One Piece by PurpleEyesWTF, who also created Code MENT. It can be found here. In comparison to most other Abridged Series, it employs extremely slick editing, a minimum of pop-culture shout-outs and self-referential humor, and disturbingly hilarious jokes with rarely a beginning or end or even an explanation at all.

Basically this series successfully combines Abridged Series with YouTube Poop, is what we're saying.

The Cast (so far) includes: Monkey Dee Luffy, a 45-year-old apparently Scottish pirate on the run from the law for making internet parodies; Zolo Zoro, a swordsman that takes a lot of punishment and apparently has really bizarre sexual proclivities; Nami, a kleptomaniac that alternates between being an even bigger Cloud Cuckoolander than the rest and being the Only Sane Woman; Kirk Usopp, a calm British guy whom no one cares about, who is shaping up to be the crew's Only Sane Man and Sanji, a cook with an ambiguously gangster accent and a tendency to flavour his dishes with his derrière.

There are currently ten episodes. Note that the original fifth episode – since de-canonized and re-labelled as "Fanfic Mode: Episode "5"/14.5", then re-labelled again, twice later on as "Episode 5-7 (Alt)" & "Episode 5-7 (One Version)" – heavily features the cast of Code MENT, as well as an abridgeMENT-version of Death the Kid. The dual numbering reflects how nearly half the episode has more to do with Code MENT than None Piece. However, Soul Whatever: "Third Earth" seems to incorporate elements from both the crossover version and the individual episodes 5-7. After the release of episode 8, a 32-second alternate version of it was released five months later, while the first version was renamed "Episode 8 Spectacular." This occurred alongside the other individual episodes 5-7 being given the "Spectacular" label while the crossover episode simply became "Episodes 5-7." The new episode 8 depicted the events of episode 8 in a timeline where the crossover version of episodes 5-7 appears to have happened. It was released alongside a video where Death the Kid and his father, having fixed a space-time anomaly in their universe, declare the problem to be "fixed." Judging by these recent events, it has become increasingly difficult to actually pin down what is canon and what isn't.

Now has a character page under construction.

This show provides examples of:

  • Abusive Parents: Luffy claims that his parents gave him the first name "Monkey" because they hated him (despite apparently being a test tube and a rubber band). Later, Zoro has the same explanation for why his first name is "Zolo".
  • Accidental Misnaming: Luffy refers to Coby as "Cody".
  • Achievements in Ignorance: Lelouch manages to fly a helicopter by "pushing buttons".
  • The Alcoholic: Shanks.
    "Come on, Luffy. Let's drink until our heart…nnh… bleh."
  • Ambiguously Gay: Helmeppo. Nothing is mentioned about his orientation. He even has a lisp and fabulous purple suit.
  • Amusing Injuries: In episode 3, Nami breaks her leg, and cusses a blue streak. She's voiced by a guy doing an awful falsetto.
  • Aside Glance: Episode 2.
    Luffy: [thinking] This place is built like a librarian's miniskirt! [turns to camera] The f**k are you lookin' at?
  • Battle Couple: Nami and Luffy, briefly but memorably at the end of episode four when they take out Buggy together. And they're technically still married!
  • Berserk Button: Messing with Luffy's hat is grounds for murder, though he's just as likely to kill you regardless.
    • Also, cutting off Luffy while he is talking
    Luffy: It all started many moons ago, before the time of the internet...
    Naruto: Bullshit, there's always been the internet.
    • Ripping off a cat's genitals (spaying and/or neutering) will cause Luffy to fly into a blind rage and give the offender a visually ironic death.
  • Big "NEVER!": The de-canonized Episode 5-7, when Lelouch is losing at beer pong.
    Lelouch: "This game is stupid!"
    Suzaku: "Then quit playing!"
    Lelouch: "NEVER!"
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: Luffy and Zoro start getting these from time to time starting in Episode 4 whenever the script needs them to be angry but the source video isn't cooperating.
    • Kaya gets them twice in Episode "5".
  • Bond One-Liner: Appropriately enough for someone that talks like Sean Connery.
    Luffy: Time to switch condiments, 'cause that weaksauce ain't working.
  • Bread, Eggs, Breaded Eggs: Episode "5":
    C.C.: "Do you know what would be great right now?"
    Zoro: "Eating licorice?"
    Luffy: "Punching a swing set?"
    Suzaku: "Eating licorice?"
    Lelouch: "Riding a hoverboard?"
    Suzaku: Eating licorice while on a hoverboard?"
    Zoro: "No! Punch the hoverboard, eat the swing set!"
    Lelouch: "Okay. So we're all clear on this. The hoverboard is made of licorice. We can punch it if we want to, but only if it's near a swing set. Is that good? Are we good?"
    Luffy: "I like it."
    Suzaku: "Sounds good."
    Zoro: "Can the swing set hover?"
    Lelouch: "ARGHHHHHH!"
  • Brave Scot: Luffy, who has the voice of Sean Connery. Often falls into Violent Glaswegian tendencies, though.
    [swiftly punches Helmeppo in the face] "God, that was unnecessarily violent!"
  • Breath Weapon: Luffy can spit up knives and vicious cats.
  • Brick Joke: Zoro beats up Helmeppo for "wearing a purple suit in public". Later, he tells his dad that Luffy hit him.
    Capt. Morgan: Were you wearing the purple suit?
    Helmeppo: Y–
    Capt. Morgan: (cuts him off) Then you deserved it!
    • An even better example is the time bomb from episode "5".
    • A cross-episode example: Near the end of Episode 4, Zoro informs Cabaji that he wants to make sweet, sweet love to Aunt Jemima. In the re-cut Episode 5, Zoro demands pancakes; shortly thereafter we see him talking dirty to five bottles of Aunt Jemima syrup.
    • In Episode 8, Nami grabs a dropped gun and suggests to Usopp that they go wake up Zoro (who fell into a coma after pissing off the narrator). A few scenes later, Zoro casually walks into the scene and asks who shot him.
  • Butt-Monkey: Coby and Usopp.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Not an "attack", but a member of the fleeing crowd in Episode 1 screams "Super Runaway!" in the spirit of this trope.
  • The Cameo: LittleKuriboh as Shanks in episodes 3 and 9. (We don't know why he agreed either.)
    • Nowacking as Kaya in Episode "5", 5, 6, and 7.
    • MasakoX as Yassop in Episode 5.
  • Captain Obvious: Discussed, leading into a subverted You Have Outlived Your Usefulness moment:
    Marine Officer: Ah, shit! Sir, I dinged your statue.
    Capt. Morgan: Thank you, Lieutenant Obvious.
    Officer: Sir, it's Captain, sir.
    Morgan: Yes, yes, I am.
    Officer: Obvious, sir?
    Morgan: Obviously I'm a captain.
    Officer: Sir, I'm confused
    Morgan: Well you're definitely not cut out to be captain then, huh? (another beat) Carry on, Lieutenant.
    Officer: I'm a corporal.
    Morgan: YOU WOULD BE!
    Officer: Would be what, sir?
    Morgan: (raises his axe-hand)
    Officer: (in his head) Worth It. (cue Luffy distracting them both)
  • Carry the One: When one of the narrators is attempting to work out the time on one of the stills when it gives him an equation instead of "<so many> minutes later". Another narrator comes in to help him later.
    *Still-frame with absurdly complex math equation pops up*
    Low-pitched narrator: "Holy shit, no!"
    *the same absurd equation appears*
    High-pitched narrator: "You just gotta carry the three..."
    Low-pitched narrator: "IT'S NOT THAT SIMPLE!"
  • Censored for Comedy: Done to the intro in one episode:
    "Dreamin', don't give it up Luffy. Dreamin', don't give it up Zolo. Dreamin', don't give it up Nami."
  • Christmas Episode: Episode 9, though it's on July 25th and it's actually a Second/First/Reverse Christmas episode to be exact.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Luffy, especially in the "Pirates and/or Ninjas" video.
    "When a woman needs to be comforted, she tells you it's time to buy more shoes. But she has all the shoes. So we really know she just needs boots! Now everything makes sense… Forever."
    • Zoro also appears to be one of these.
    • And Nami is definitely one.
      • Okay, let's face it, this is Cloud Cuckoo Land.
      • It's literally easier to count the few sane characters in this series – Usopp (surprisingly) and Captain Buggy (also surprising).
    • This gem of an exchange from "Episode 5 (fanfic mode)"…
      Usopp: Hello friends and welcome to the island. My name is Usopp.
      Zoro: What's he saying?
      Luffy: I think he's telling us to go f*bleep* ourselves.
      Zoro: HEY, F*bleep* YOU!
      Usopp: Well, that was rude. Why are you being such a jerk?!
      Zoro: I think he thinks my name is Kirk.
      Luffy: His name's not Kirk!
      Usopp: No, I said "Why are you being such a jerk?".
      Zoro: No… His name is Kirk.
      Luffy: [Beat] …Kirk, come down to us!
  • The Cloud Cuckoolander Was Right: Luffy thinks clowns are from space. Much to Buggy's chagrin, he's right.
    Buggy: Dammit, he knows!
    Luffy: Dammit, I know!
  • Cluster Bleep-Bomb: Used for the Episode 3 opening and when Nami hurts her leg.
  • Covert Pervert: Nami, apparently.
    Nami: Why am I on this crew again?
    Luffy: Look. I have a rubber penis.
    Nami: Ahhhhhh.
  • Crossover: "Pirates and/or Ninjas", with Naruto: The Abridged Comedy Fandub Spoof Series Show and, to a lesser extent, Code MENT and Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series.
    "Thanks to the Code MENT guys for ruining my show"
  • Cuteness Proximity: In Episode 3, Luffy completely ignores Captain Morgan's death threat by watching a video of a baby harp seal on his iPhony and gushing over it. He even names the seal Mr. Fuzzy-Flippers.
  • Damned by Faint Praise: In Episode 1, one of the passengers being terrorized by Alvida's crew screams "I thought Battlefield Earth was an okay movie!"
  • Deadpan Snarker: This may be the route Nami is headed down, after getting off a good snark in Episode 6.
    Luffy: Don't be a wise guy, Zoro.
    Nami: I don't think he's in danger of that.
    Zoro: Yeah, fuck you too, Nami.
  • Death Glare: Zoro gives one to a little girl when she questions his claim that Animal Crackers are truly "the snack-food of the gods".
  • Department of Redundancy Department:
    Morgan: You will die so bad you will be dead and then you will stay dead!
  • Deflector Shields: Zoro spontaneously generates one around his head in Episode "5" knowing Luffy would throw an apple at him after he asked for one.
  • Dude, Not Funny!: Invoked by Mohji and his spastic colon. He dares Luffy, Zoro, and Nami to make jokes about it. They only stare at him mortified.
  • Entendre Failure:
    Luffy: You should know one thing about me: Everything is made of rubber! And before you even ask: yes, yes it is.
    Alvida: What the hell are you talking about?
    Luffy: Me father was a test-tube and my mother was a rubber band! You do the math!
  • Everyone Has Standards: Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hats may be rude people that have zero qualms with breaking the law when it benefits them, but even they are disgusted by the idea of spaying and neutering cats. When Luffy finds out that Kuro's pirate crew goes from island to island specifically to spay and neuter cats, he destroys their ship and kills all of them.
  • Exact Words: Usopp and Luffy are spying on Kuro and Django discussing their evil plot. Usopp tells Luffy "we have to warn everybody" cue:
    Luffy: (to Django and Kuro) YOU GUYS ARE PIRATES!!!
    • After Usopp asks him what the hell he is doing.
  • Fate Worse than Death: For Luffy, it's being married to Nami:
    Nami: Best honeymoon ever!
    Luffy: Kill me.
    Nami: (laughs) Oh, pay him no mind. (whispers creepily) Unless you wanna die. (blowing raspberries to Luffy)
    Luffy: (gun appears next to his head) DO IT!!!
  • Felony Misdemeanor: Luffy is being hounded by the navy for... making Internet parodies.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: Located at the end of Episode 6. And now Wingdings. Translated, it reads:
  • Gag Penis: One of the perks of being made of rubber. It's also the reason that Nami is on the crew.
  • Gag Sub: The eighth opening.
  • Genre Savvy: Captain Axe-Hand Morgan.
    Capt. Morgan: Son, I look like a Bond villain and there's a guy running around who talks like Sean Connery! Shit is about to go down!
  • Gilligan Cut
    Nami: Can you do me a favor?
    Luffy: As long as I don't get roped into anything stupid.
    *Nami has Luffy tied up with a rope.*
    Luffy: Wow! I actually felt myself die a little inside!
  • Gory Discretion Shot: When Luffy beats up some thugs in episode one.
    Luffy: Didja see that one, lad? His pancreas came right out his tearduct!
  • Groin Attack:
    Pirate: (after being kicked in the balls) "My only weakness! MY BALLS! How did you know?!"
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Luffy, all the freaking way.
    "Those passengers aren't just gonna kill themselves, ya know!"
  • Hypocritical Humor: Zoro doesn't appreciate Buggy stabbing him through the chest, right after cutting Buggy into pieces. See Insane Troll Logic for that conversation.
  • I Do Not Own: Each episode starts with the standard abridged series disclaimer but it's only on screen for about a second before cutting to the episode proper.
    Luffy: Read the disclaimer!
    • In Episode 3, Luffy struggles to read it with Nami helping him out.
    • In the original cut of Episode 5 it gets broken by a dodge ball.
    • In the final cut of Episode 5 it's onscreen for the duration of one quick censor bleep (about half a second).
    • In Episode 6 it's translucent and activated (and deactivated) by a cane-toad hitting its head on a Mario "?" block. Multiple times. Which changes each time the toad activates it.
  • Incendiary Exponent: You can guarantee that every few minutes, something will burst into flames.
  • Incoming Ham:
    Cabaji: "Bold words coming from someone not on a unicycle."
  • Iron Butt Monkey: Zoro. He's been run through with a sword multiple times, fallen from the upper atmosphere through a roof onto a dance floor, and was in a helicopter crash.
  • Insane Troll Logic: All over the place. But especially Zoro in episode 4.
    *After Buggy has stabbed Zoro in the back*
    Buggy: "..."
    Buggy: "...You cut me into pieces."
    • Not to mention the reason why Zoro cut Buggy into pieces to begin with: He asked him to stop talking about his sandwich.
      Zoro:"There was just no reasoning with him..."
  • It Runs on Nonsensoleum: Let's not waste time; every other thing in the series.
  • Lemony Narrator: Two of them! And they take this trope to ludicrous levels. They're pretty much characters themselves, and as such they're just as insane as everyone else.
    High-pitched narrator: "Where did our heroes go?"
    *Draws a circle around Luffy and Zoro a la John Madden's instant replay*
    High-pitched narrator: "There they are! Right there!"
    *Loud knocking on a door in the background*
    Low-pitched narrator: "WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN THERE?!"
    High-pitched narrator: "I've gotta go."
  • Let Me at Him!: Or as Luffy puts it, "Come at me, bro!"
  • Love at First Sight: Zoro falls in love with C.C. when he first sees her in episode "5".
  • Medium Awareness: Luffy seems to be able to hear the narrator, and at one point he turns to the audience and asks what they're looking at.
  • Mind Screw: EVERYTHING
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Zoro's sandwich, which has four different types of cheese and six different kinds of meat.
    Zoro: "I don't even know that many kinds of meat!"
    • Animal crackers are "THE SNACK FOOD OF THE GODS".
  • Multiple-Choice Past: Played for Laughs:
    Luffy: "Don't ask me, Usopp. I'm very bad at recollecting my past."
    Zoro: "Yeah, dude. Don't bother. I got dinosaurs and Rihanna last time."
  • Mythology Gag: Coby mentions that his best bet is to become a marine, which alludes to the actual series.
  • Never Going Back to Prison: Luffy declares at one point that he can't go back to jail due to the Prison Rape he dealt with last time.
  • Never Learnt to Read: Luffy, when he tries to read the disclaimer for Episode 3.
  • Never Say That Again:
    Luffy: She snuck up on us, like a-like a-
    Coby: Like a Ninja?
    Luffy: CODY!! Don't you ever say that word again!
    Coby: What? Why?
    Luffy: EVER!!
  • No Indoor Voice: Luffy, when Rule of Funny is in full effect.
  • Noodle Incident: "And it turns out they were human bones! Ahahahahahaha!"
  • No-Sell: The second time Luffy tries to throw an apple at Zoro, it is deflected by Some Kind of Force Field.
  • No, You: Luffy does this from time to time when insulted
    Zoro: says Monkey Dumbfoot Luffy
    Luffy: No your foot is dumb!
  • Obviously Evil: Played With for Kuro. Within seconds of meeting him, Luffy immediately determines that he is evil. However, it is revealed that the entire extent of Kuro's schemes is to spay/neuter cats. Luffy considers this to be just as bad.
    (Kuro approaches the Straw Hat crew in Kaya's yard)
    Kuro: Well, you know what I care about?
    Luffy: ...You're evil, aren't you?
    (Cut to Kuro talking with Django later)
    Kuro: (angrily) They are so fucking on to us!
  • Off the Rails: Episode 5 is an understatement. Both versions, and for different reasons.
  • Older Than They Look: Luffy.
    Coby: Luffy you are the strangest boy I've ever met.
    Luffy: "Boy"?! I'm 45 years old, lad!
    Coby: But you look like you're 16.
    Luffy: You try getting wrinkles bein' made of rubber.
  • Only Sane Man: Buggy. At least in the context of the absolute insanity that surrounds him.
    • He's the most down-to-earth character in his episode, and his voice is perfectly normal and his tone generally calm. Hilarious in and of itself, considering he's a clown-pirate.
      • He's more serious and level-headed than the actual Buggy. Not that that's difficult.
    • Usopp. It's like he belongs in a more serious abridged series.
      • He's more serious and level-headed than the actual Usopp.
    • For the first three episodes, Coby is practically the only person who doesn't act like a complete lunatic. At least, until they celebrate Captain Morgan's death with a fiesta.
    • Played with in the recut Episode 5, where Zoro starts speaking with the wrong voice, before PurpleEyes curses off-mic and corrects himself.
  • Overly-Long Gag: Captain Morgan's chin has something different written on it each time he's given a close-up.
  • Prison Rape: Happened to Luffy.
  • Rapid-Fire Comedy: Gives Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series and Dragon Ball Z Abridged a run for their money. The rapid-fire pacing combined with the unorthodox perspective of much of the cast results in something literally stunning.
  • Re-Cut: In the Dessert Bus video, PurpleEyes stated that he was going to re-edit the fifth episode of None Piece "so it's better and not better, probably better than not, maybe."
    • He did. The re-cut Episode 5 appeared on December 21, 2012. It manages to be nearly as crazy as the "Fanfic Mode" cut.
  • Rule of Three:
    • First minute of the first episode, no less:
    Luffy: {inside a barrel as they fail to reel him in} "Oh, you suck at this!"
    Second sailor on deck: "Oh my God, Fred, you suck!"
    Sailor in crow's nest: "Fred, you suck!"
  • Running Gag: A cupcake frequently appears to other characters in Episode 2 and returns in Episode "5".
  • Sarcasm Mode: In the recut Episode 5, when Zoro, Luffy, and Nami land on a random island.
    Zoro: "We're HERE!"
    Luffy: *snort* "W—fucking wh—where... YES WE ARE!"
    • And again later that episode.
      Zoro: "We're here!"
      Luffy: "Are we, Zoro? Are we?"
      Zoro: "...Well yeah."
      Luffy: "Zoro, I don't want to ruin your childlike innocence, but just know that this dance that I'm about to do is entirely sarcastic."
      Zoro: "Sarcasm is a smell, right?"
      [Beat] {Luffy does the victory dance from Final Fantasy}
  • Shout-Out: In the crossover video, Luffy alludes to the "bridge" joke by informing Joekage that he digs canals.
  • Skewed Priorities: That sailor in the crow's nest in the first couple minutes of the first episode. He joins in the joke of telling fellow crew-mate 'Fred' that he sucks only to be reminded that an enemy ship is attacking them.
  • Single-Stroke Battle: Zoro against Cabaji. Turns out to be a blood-loss-induced fantasy.
  • Sound-Effect Bleep: Played with in one line of episode 4. Averted in the rest of that episode.
    Zoro: I dragged his ass two miles and you had the *bleep* key the whole *bleep* fucking time!?
  • Spectacular Spinning: Sure takes care of lions
    Luffy: You've been a very bad kitty! Spin you dumb animal! Spin until you are dead!
  • Spell My Name With An S: Defied; Zoro's full name is "Zolo Zoro".
  • Spoof Aesop: In Episode "5".
    Lelouch: "Now, Suzaku, what did we learn from all this?"
    Suzaku: "NOTHING!"
    Lelouch: "See! He can learn!"
    Death The Kid: "Whatever."
  • Stealth Pun: When the dog flies into space in Episode 4, Luffy wishes him "Godspeed you magnificent son of a bitch!" As a dog, it would by definition be a son of a bitch.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: This is apparently the case for Captain Morgan, as his subordinates apparently don't understand literary devices such as sarcasm and metaphor. It's also possible he's constantly being tossed the Idiot Ball by underlings who go out of their way to Troll him.
    Capt. Morgan: Let's just stand around like idiots until someone does something!
  • Surprisingly Realistic Outcome: In a rare change of pace for this series, the effects of Zoro's blood loss in Episode 4 are played semi-realistically. As he bleeds out, he becomes more and more delirious to the point where he's too busy hallucinating to notice he's about to get stabbed.
  • Take That!: The Hangover series gets a couple.
    Luffy: Oh my God Cody! You'll never guess what I'm lookin' at! They're filming The Hangover 2 over here!
    Coby: Oh yeah? How is it?
    Luffy: (eyes burning) It's just like the first one.
    • And if you pay attention in Episode 7, while Zoro is running around in a panic after being set on fire, he screams "I can't believe this ain't The Hangover 3!"
    • When Episode 7 has Django state that Kuro's pirate crew goes from island to island to deal with cat population problems via spaying and neutering (a fairly common practice in real life), several of the Straw Hats react with visible disgust and the episode pretty much ends with Luffy killing them all.
  • Talk Like a Pirate
    Buggy: I be a Clown Pirate.
    Luffy: That's very interesting. You're very interesting.
  • Tempting Fate: "Your friends crashed a helicopter into my house!" "It was just the one helicopter." Immediately, a second helicopter crashes into her house.
  • Toilet Humour: About half of episode 9 is this, starting with Sanji pooping in some guy's soup and going from there.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Zoro really likes pancakes.
  • Unusual Euphemism: "Ripping ass" for farting.
  • Vagina Dentata: Referenced when Luffy gets shot in episode two.
    Luffy: "That stung like a woman with teeth in her beef portal!"
  • Vocal Dissonance: The Usopp Pirates sound like grown men despite being children.
  • Wham Line: In Episode "5" after Usopp explains that Kaya's parents were killed by pillows.
    Kaya: {burying her face in a pillow} "I hope your entire family gets molested."
    • Also in episode eight:
    Luffy: What type of film genre would you put the first Man in a Box in?
    Zoro: I think it's kinda like a snuff film.
  • What Did I Do Last Night?: Luffy forgot the events of the party in Episode "5" after the helicopter crash.
    • According to Zoro, arguing politics.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Usopp and Luffy eavesdrop on Kuro and Jango going over their plans and determine that they're up to something nefarious. Usopp says that they should "warn everyone", which is followed by Luffy shouting at the two villains, leading Usopp to invoke this trope.
    Luffy: (to Kuro and Jango) YOU GUYS ARE PIRATES!
    Luffy: What?
    Usopp: (stands up, slaps Luffy on the chest) What the f*** was that?!
    Luffy: What are you talking about?
    Usopp: Oh my God!
  • Who's on First?: In episode 3, Zoro asks Luffy what the "D" in his name stands for.
    Luffy: [It stands for] "Dee."
    Zoro: Yeah, what's it stand for?
    Luffy: "Dee." [etc.]
  • Who Writes This Crap?!: Or maybe just in-universe; it's hard to tell.
    (Luffy beats up four guys)
    Luffy: "Ball four, take yer base!" (looks at camera) "Dammit, that was terrible!"
  • Why Don't Ya Just Shoot Him?: Averted by Nami and Luffy shooting Cabaji and Buggy respectively in episode 4.
    (Luffy and Nami high-five)
    Nami: Freakin' solid.
  • Writers Cannot Do Math: Averted. The equation in episode five works.
    • So this is more a case of "Narrators can't do math", as you need to do a lot more than carry the 3, as the lower voiced narrator points out.
  • Zany Scheme: Django's plan to get Kaya's property; he wants to release around 50 goats onto her lawn. Apparently their irregular grazing patterns will ruin the lawn for generations!
    • As we find out in Episode 7, Miss Kaya's property in this context refers to her goat butler's ballsack. That makes this a rare case of fridge Squick, when you realize that lawn can be a euphemism for hair in the crotch region.


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