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After leaving Hanna-Barbera in late 1996 to form Frederator Studios, Fred Seibert was still in love with the idea of making Animated Anthology shows in order to showcase new, up-and-coming talent. Having just finished up the What A Cartoon! Show over at Cartoon Network, where he produced 39 animated shorts that led to the creation of five successful television series, Seibert called up Nickelodeon to see if they were interested in their own equivalent program. Considering that this was the person who helped the competition suddenly become a threat to the popularity of their Nicktoons brand, their answer was obvious. And so Oh Yeah! Cartoons was born.

In some ways, Oh Yeah! Cartoons was more successful than its predecessor, producing over a hundred shorts, some of which became short mini-series within the program itself, such as Rob Renzetti's Mina and The Count. On the other hand, less full-length series were actually greenlit from this large batch of content. Whereas WAC had five full-length shows come out of it, OYC had Nickelodeon make only three of its shorts into series:


  • The Fairly OddParents, created by Butch Hartman. Greenlit from a series of ten Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts, the show would go on to become the network's second longest-running scripted series, with over 270 segments across ten seasons, as well as several television movies.
  • ChalkZone, created by Bill Burnett and Larry Huber. note  Greenlit from a series of eight Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts and lasting 40 half-hours (consisting of 136 segments) across four seasons.
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot, created by Rob Renzetti. Greenlit from the short "My Neighbor was a Teenage Robot" and lasting 39 half-hours (75 segments) over three seasons. The original short was developed when Nickelodeon declined making the aforementioned Mina and the Count into a full-length series, with Teenage Robot taking the place of an additional Mina cartoon.

A few other noteworthy creators who created Oh Yeah! Cartoons shorts and eventually got their own solo projects unrelated to it include Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy), Dave Wasson (Time Squad) and Carlos Ramos (The X's). Other noteworthy creators include Mike Bell, Alex Kirwan, Tim Biskup, Pat Ventura, Steve Marmel, Zac Moncrief, and Vincent Waller, who would reappear as writers and directors for several popular and influential animated series in the following decades, such as Spongebob Squarepants.

Compare Random! Cartoons, a similar Nickelodeon anthology show that gave birth to Fanboy and Chum Chum and Adventure Time (the latter of which was picked up by Cartoon Network instead). Also compare the Nickelodeon Animated Shorts Program, Nickelodeon's own animation incubator made without the involvement of Frederator, which has its shorts periodically uploaded online.

The Shorts:

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    Season 1 Shorts 

  • ChalkZone
  • Slap T. Pooch: What Is Funny?
  • Jelly's Day
  • The F-Tales
  • Teddy and Art: 25¢ Trouble
  • Cat and Milkman
  • Jamal the Funny Frog: Mind the Baby, Jamal
  • Thatta Boy
  • Hobart: The Weedkeeper
  • Protecto 5000
  • Ask Edward by Rob Renzetti
  • Peter Patrick, Private Investigator
  • Max's Special Problem by Dave Wasson
  • Tutu the Superina
  • Blotto
  • Tales from the Goose Lady: Jack & the Beanstalk
  • Twins Crimson
  • Olly & Frank
  • Apex Cartoon Props
  • A Cop & His Donut
  • Enchanted Adventures
  • The Fairly OddParents
  • Hobart & the Merman
  • Super Santa
  • Kitty the Hapless Cat
  • That's My Pop
  • Hubbykins & Sweetiepie
  • The Man with No Nose
  • Youngstar 3
  • Hey Look!
  • ChalkZone: The Amazin' River
  • Tales from the Goose Lady: Hamsel and Grande
  • The Feelers
  • Planet Kate
  • Fat Head
  • Max & the Pigeon
  • Zoomates
  • Microcops

    Season 2 Shorts 

    Season 3 Shorts 
  • The Fairly OddParents: Super Humor
  • The Boy Who Cried Alien!
  • Jamal the Funny Frog: Dentist
  • The Dan Danger Show!: Danger 101!
  • The Tantrum
  • Super Santa: Naughty
  • Super Santa: South Pole Joe
  • Sick -N- Tired: Bug Bite!
  • Tales from the Goose Lady: The Ugly Duck Thing
  • The Fairly OddParents: Scouts Honor
  • Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness!
  • Jamal the Funny Frog: Beach
  • Super Santa: Vegetation
  • Elise Mere Mortal
  • A Kid's Life: Picture Perfect
  • The Dan Danger Show!: A Lighter Shade of Danger!
  • Kameleon Kid
  • Jamal the Funny Frog: Camping
  • The Fairly OddParents: The Really Bad Day
  • Baxter and Bananas: Monkey See Monkey Don't
  • Tales from the Goose Lady: A Fisherman, A Fisherman's Wife, and a Fish
  • The Dan Danger Show!: A Date with Danger!
  • The Semprini Triplets
  • Mina and The Count: Girl Is Count

Tropes applying to Oh Yeah! Cartoons include:

  • Accidental Pervert: In "Max and the Pigeon Incident", Max accidentally steps into the girls' bathroom and gets attacked by a woman who accuses him of being a "sicko".
  • Aesop Amnesia: The title character of the Dan Danger shorts keeps on having to learn not to be a wimpy coward. Every time he resolves to be braver from now on, he gets back to being easily frightened by the most trivial things.
  • Affectionate Parody: Rob Renzetti's The F-Tales, a satire of The X-Files in which a vixen and a chicken investigate Fairy Tale stories.
  • Alliterative Name: Some shorts feature characters whose names are alliterations.
    • "Peter Patrick, P.I." stars a Kid Detective named Peter Patrick and his fez-wearing feline sidekick Persian Puss. They both address each other as "P.P."
    • The title character of "Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness".
    • The lead singer of the titular insect rock band in "The Feelers" is named Mitzi Moth.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Jelly from the Jelly's Day shorts has pale purple skin and her cousin Hargus has yellowish-green skin.
  • Animated Adaptation: The short "Hey Look" is an adaptation of a series of comic strips of the same name that Harvey Kurtzman made in the 1940's.
  • Anthropomorphized Anatomy: The short Microcops is set inside a man's body which is portrayed this way. Namely, the brain is a control center, the bowels is a sewer, the heart is a motor, and there is an elevator system to various parts of the body.
  • Bad Santa: Santa's rival South Pole Joe in Super Santa, though he's more a Bad Santa because he's completely incompetent rather than evil.
  • Badass Santa: Super Santa depicts Santa Claus as a superhero.
  • Banana Peel: In the Super Santa short "Vegetation", Santa removes the peel from a giant mutant banana and ends up slipping on it.
  • Battle Couple: Super Santa and Emma Claus both fight crime.
  • Believing Their Own Lies: Edward from the short "Ask Edward: All About Babies" tells a big lie to his brother about babies coming from eggs laid by the Delivery Stork at the North Pole, but ends up actually believing it when they find an egg near the house after Edward claimed it was impossible for their parents to have another baby.
  • Big Friendly Dog: "Ollie and Frank", where a Child Prodigy named Ollie creates a huge Frankenstein dog he names Frank. Frank is shown to be very loyal and friendly to his master.
  • Big "NO!": In the Super Santa short "Vegetation", Dr. Carmine Miranda yells "No" after his mutated vegetables are returned to normal.
  • Bird-Poop Gag: "Kameleon Kid" at one point had the title character turn into a bird and poop on the bully who tormented him earlier.
  • Brainy Baby: Jamal the Funny Frog's little sister Polly is able to speak in complete sentences even though she's a tadpole.
  • Brain with a Manual Control: The brain in Microcops is portrayed as a command and control center. The virus bug later takes over the subconscious, making the host act like a chicken.
  • Bumbling Dad: "That's My Pop" was about a Child Prodigy bear girl named Naomi and her idiot father.
  • Catchphrase: Slap T. Pooch in "What is Funny?" repeatedly states "Was that funny? I don't know! I'm asking!"
  • The Cuckoolander Was Right:
    • At the end of The F-Tales, Chicken Little turns out to be right about the sky falling after spending most of the short coming off as some kind of paranoid conspiracy nut.
    • The premise of "Freddy Seymoure's Amazing Life" is that he spends the short telling outlandish and unbelievable stories, like being given a crown by an alien king as a reward for saving his planet by solving a giant puzzle sphere and beating a wrestler by tricking him into devouring his own body. When his dad asks him what happened to his tie and he answers that a monster ate it, it turns out that there actually is a monster ruining Freddy's dad's clothes, which implies that Freddy didn't make up his other stories either.
  • Dance Party Ending: "The Feelers" ends with the titular rock band of anthropomorphic insects dancing to their own song after Mr. Katzeneisner orders Crusty to find the Feelers due to liking their music.
  • Dartboard of Hate: Elmer Scrooge is seen throwing darts at a picture of Santa thumb-tacked to the wall of his prison cell while in jail at the end of the Super Santa short "Naughty".
  • Disney Death: Mitzi Moth appears to get killed by bug spray in "The Feelers", but eventually comes back to life when Crusty plays the Feelers' recorded song in front of Mr. Katzeneisner.
  • Dodgy Toupee: Elmer Scrooge from the Super Santa short "Naughty" has a very obvious powdered wig on his head, which he ends up loosing after he's defeated and put in jail.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: The short "The Feelers" at one point has Mitzi Moth bang against a lightbulb with an entranced look on her face. Mo Skito stops her and informs her that she knows this isn't good for her. The scene is easy to read as a reference to drug addiction.
  • Donut Mess with a Cop:
    • "A Cop and his Donut" was about a cop being partners with a sentient donut.
    • Used for a joke in the Dan Danger short "A Date with Danger", where Dan is on a date with a female police officer and she is impressed when the dinner he orders for them turns out to be a plate of donuts. It is also pointed out how cliche the stereotype of law enforcers liking donuts is.
  • Dr. Fakenstein: The short "Elise: Mere Mortal" featured an orthodontist named Dr. Toothinstein.
  • Dumb Muscle: Bolivar of the crew of alien dogs in "Planet Kate" is the largest and strongest of the group as well as the dumbest.
  • Easily Thwarted Alien Invasion: In "The Boy Who Cried Alien", Floyd spends the entire short delivering paranoid ramblings of an imminent alien invasion. By the time the aliens finally show up, they turn out to be really small and Floyd obliviously eats them with his cereal before they can even begin their conquest.
  • Embarrassing Old Photo: In the short "Baxter and Bananas: Monkey See, Monkey Don't?", Bananas threatens to show the people at Baxter's house an embarrassing baby picture.
  • Face–Heel Turn: "Thatta Boy" has Thatta Boy's sidekick Polly decide to change allegiances and become a villain near the end of the short.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: The Dan Danger Show was a series of shorts about an adventurer hero who had a reputation of being able to survive dangerous encounters with wild animals, but in real life is a helpless coward who feared the most trivial of things.
  • Falling into Jail: The Super Santa short "Jingle Bell Justice" ends with Bedlam Bunny falling into a jail cell.
  • Fire-Breathing Diner: In "Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness", Skippy tries to get Zola to breathe fire by feeding him tamales with hot sauce.
  • First-Name Basis: The title character of the short "Planet Kate" has the surname Moon, as shown on the back of the map she drew for school that's taken by the alien dogs and in the end credits, but she is only ever called by her given name within the short.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: The title character of "Planet Kate" has a scene where she addresses the audience to explain how she has gotten involved with a group of alien dogs and is the only character in the short to acknowledge the fourth wall at all.
  • Fractured Fairy Tale: "Tales From The Goose Lady" consists of the Goose Lady forcing two children to listen to bizarre versions of famous fairy tales.
  • Fun with Flushing: The Hobart shorts both involved Hobart ending up in a different world after being flushed down the toilet.
  • Gender-Blender Name:
    • The merman from the Hobart short "Deep Sea Diva" is named Ethel.
    • The "Jelly's Day" short "Uncle Betty's Strange Rash" has Jelly's uncle named Betty.
  • George Jetson Job Security: In the Super Santa short "Naughty", Elmer Scrooge fires his butler for giving him a cup of tea with two sugars when he decided to have just one sugar instead at the last minute.
  • The Grinch: The Super Santa short "Naughty" had Elmer Scrooge, a descendant of Ebenezer Scrooge, try to ruin Christmas for everyone by using gas to make all the children naughty solely because he grew to hate the holiday for Santa giving him coal all the time.
  • Here We Go Again!: After the title character finally succeeds in getting his brain back in his head in "Max and his Special Problem", Max then ends up coughing up his heart.
  • I'm Melting!: In the Super Santa short "South Pole Joe", Santa defeats a giant gingerbread man by splashing him with milk, which turns the giant gingerbread man into gingerbread pudding and has him scream "I'm melting!"
  • Inexplicably Tailless: With the exception of Rothgar, none of the alien dogs in the short "Planet Kate" have tails.
  • Intercourse with You: In "The Feelers", Mitzi Moth at one point sings a song with somewhat suggestive lyrics called "100 Watts of Love".
    Mitzi: Whoa! I can handle any candle, I'm a match for any match, and most flashlights I can pass right by. But there is a light I see who is just fila-meant for me. You must agree I find him one bright guy!
    Mitzi, Mo, Max, and Stinger: 'Cause he's 100 watts of love! Yeah, he's 100 watts of love!
    Mitzi: Oh, his kisses really burn and yet I always will return to get 100 watts!
  • Interspecies Romance: In the "Jelly's Day" short "Uncle Betty's Strange Rash", Jelly's Uncle Betty falls in love with a sentient flower.
  • Just Following Orders: In the Super Santa short "Vegetation", a potato minion of Dr. Carmine Miranda pleads to Santa that he was only following orders.
  • Kafka Komedy: The Goose Lady's rendition of Hansel and Gretel. Hansel and Gretel are two greedy fat kids who keep trying to eat the Witch's candy house. Every time the Witch tries to stop them, they cry for help and a nearby Woodsman, assuming the Witch is trying to eat the kids, attacks her with his ax. The pattern repeats itself until the Witch's home is nearly entirely gone. She then constructs a new house made out of liver, which repulses Hansel and Gretel... but it turns out the Woodsman loves liver and starts eating the house while the Witch breaks down into tears.
  • Karma Houdini: The Goose Lady from the "Tales from the Goose Lady" shorts never gets punished for preventing the two children from attending school in order to force them to listen to her stories.
  • Kid Hero: There were several shorts where the main character was a child superhero.
    • The title character of "Thatta Boy".
    • Youngstar from "Youngstar 3", who fights crime with the aid of his grandpa Old Man and a Fembot named Shero.
    • The title character of "The Tantrum", who channels his frustrations at not getting what he wants through crime-fighting.
  • Kid with the Leash: Mina and The Count is all about a little girl having a vampire under her thumb.
  • Laugh Track: Recorded laughter is used excessively in "Zoo Mates".
  • Left Hanging: The short "Planet Kate" ended on a Cliffhanger and wasn't continued, leaving the alien dogs' quest to find the lost city unresolved.
  • Man in a Kilt: Jelly's Uncle Betty from "Jelly's Day: Uncle Betty's Strange Rash" wears a kilt.
  • Mirror Routine: "Hubbykins vs. Sweetiepie" had Hubbykins attempt to escape his irate wife Sweetiepie by pretending to be her shadow. He succeeds in deceiving her by mimicking her movements until Sweetiepie's real shadow points out that it's really her husband.
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: In the Super Santa short "Naughty", Elmer Scrooge's lackeys end up turning on their boss on the simple basis that Santa Claus was nicer to them than he was.
  • Miss Conception: "Ask Edward: All About Babies" has Edward and his younger brother Emo get completely inaccurate ideas about where babies come from. Edward first tells his brother that parents get a baby by sending a request form to the stork at the North Pole during Christmas, Easter, or when the tooth fairy comes to claim the lost tooth of one of the children they already have, afterwards the stork will lay an egg that will hatch into a baby after being delivered. When their mother tries to set them straight by having their dad explain the facts of life to them, they only end up thinking that eggs will only contain babies if bees have pollinated them.
  • Missing Mom: The title character of the Jamal the Funny Frog shorts has a father and a younger sister, but no mention whatsoever is made of his mother.
  • Monster of the Week: Each of the Super Santa shorts had Santa Claus fight a different villain: A sentient toy bunny in "Jingle Bell Justice", a descendant of Ebenezer Scrooge in "Naughty", a Bad Santa in "South Pole Joe", and a Mad Scientist who tried to raise an army of mutated vegetables in "Vegetation".
  • Mouse World: "The Feelers" was about a rock band of anthropomorphic insects trying to get humans to notice them in spite of their small size. They succeed when a spider named Legs helps them record a song and has the recording play in front of the boss of the recording studio's owner.
  • Mr. Imagination: The title character of "Earth to Obie", who pretends that he's at a prison for breakfast cereal mascots while at the supermarket.
  • Mrs. Claus: Is also an Action Girl in Super Santa.
  • Naked People Are Funny: Due to struggling to get ready for bed and finish her movie at the same time in "Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness", Skippy Spankerton at one point appears wet and naked in front of the monsters she's filming when she rushes to continue working on her movie after being told to take a bath.
  • Never Say "Die": Played straight in the short "Protecto 5000". The titular robot bodyguard's original owner is implied to be killed at one point, but when Protecto 5000 tells his story to the little girl he befriends, he states that his owner "had an accident".
  • No Fourth Wall: "What is Funny?" has Slap T. Pooch repeatedly asking the audience whether everything he does and everything that happens to him is funny.
  • Odd Name Out: In "The Feelers", Stinger is the only member of the titular insect rock band whose name doesn't being with M (the other members are named Max, Mo Skito, and Mitzi Moth).
  • Old Superhero: One of the members of the titular hero team in "Youngstar 3" is Old Man, who is Youngstar's grandfather.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. There are three different shorts featuring a character named Max: The drummer of the titular rock band of anthropomorphic insects in "The Feelers", the protagonist of the shorts "Max's Special Problem" and "Max and the Pigeon Incident", and the leader of the alien dogs in "Planet Kate".
  • Our Werebeasts Are Different: The short "The Forgotten Toy Box: Curse of the Werebaby" had a selfish and immature man cursed with turning into an adult-sized baby until he learns to act his age after being bitten by an infant.
  • Parental Abandonment: Jelly from the Jelly's Day shorts is visited by one of her relatives in all of the shorts, but is always shown to live by herself with no mention made of where her parents are.
  • Parental Hypocrisy: Jamal's dad in the Jamal the Funny Frog shorts tends to not practice what he preaches. For instance, he is seen playing his son's video game after telling him that playing video games will damage his mind in "His Musical Moment", while "Dentist" has him indulge in sweets and lose several of his teeth after lecturing his son on the importance of proper dental care.
  • Pietà Plagiarism: In "The Feelers", Mo Skito carries Mitzi Moth's body in his arms during her Disney Death.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The twins Bene and Beckette from "Twins Crimson and Those Amazing Robots". Bene is a boy with blue hair and a blue shirt, while his sister Beckette has pink hair and a pink dress. The trope is also inverted in that Bene wears a pink scarf and Beckette wears a blue ribbon in her hair.
  • Public Domain Soundtrack: Some of the music used in "Jamal the Funny Frog" was from the classical era.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: OH! YEAH! CARTOONS!
  • The Quiet One: The title character of "Magic Trixie" only has one line of dialogue, two if you count the obligatory clip of the short's main character saying "Oh Yeah! Cartoons".
  • Rise of Zitboy: The premise of the short "Fuzzy Bunny Presents: A Kid's Life", where a girl named Suzy freaks out over having sentient blackheads on her nose the day before the school dance.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Jamal the Funny Frog's little sister Polly may just be a tadpole, but she does tend to act like a black woman with attitude.
    • Dotto is also this.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Elmer Scrooge from the Super Santa short "Naughty" clearly has this mindset, as he boasts that being wealthy enables him to do whatever he wants.
  • Shout-Out: The Super Santa short "South Pole Joe" has Santa encourage a child asking if he's the real Santa Claus to tug at his beard, which references the film Miracle on 34th Street.
  • The Smurfette Principle: In "The Feelers", Mitzi Moth is the only female member of the titular rock band of anthropomorphic insects.
  • Sneeze of Doom: In Microcops, Jones gets chased into the nose by the multiplied virus bugs and is left with a feather duster as his only remaining equipment. He resorts to blowing up the duster which scatters the feathers throughout the nasal passage, causing the host to sneeze out all the bugs.
  • Species Surname: Mitzi Moth from "The Feelers" is a moth, as her surname would indicate.
  • Stepford Smiler: The Goose Lady appears to be one, leading in to her guilt-tripping Dot and Randy into listening to her story in "The Egg Who Would Be King" by pointing out how ridiculous her entire existence is.
    The Goose Lady: You think this is easy for me? Look at me LOOK AT ME! I'M A TALKING GOOSE WITH FAIRY WINGS! I'm an outcast! My stories are all I have! (sobs hysterically)
  • Stock Scream: "The Feelers" features a use of the Howie Long Scream during the "Drop Me Off in Hollywood" musical number.
  • Surfer Dude: The short "The Feelers" featured a spider with a surfer accent named Legs.
  • Take That!: The Dan Danger short "Danger 101" has a brief scene of Dan Danger telling Aquaman that his power to command sea life is lame.
  • Take This Job and Shove It: Such a statement turns up in the Super Santa short "Naughty".
    Servant: Scrooge, you can take this job and— (fires a laser at Elmer Scrooge)
    Elmer Scrooge: Ingrates.
  • The Talk: The short "Ask Edward: All About Babies" has Edward mislead his younger brother Emo that babies come from eggs that the stork lays after receiving a baby request form from the parents during Christmas, Easter, or when one of the children they already have has lost a tooth. After Emo and Edward make a scene over their mother cooking an egg they thought was their new little brother, she tries to set them straight with a talk from their father, but that only causes them to assume that eggs only have babies in them after being pollinated by bees.
  • They Called Me Mad!: In the Super Santa short "Vegetation", Dr. Carmine Miranda rants that he used his horticultural knowledge for evil because his peers laughed at him and called him a madman.
  • Title Drop: "Hey Look" has several segments of the short begin with the Big Guy or the Little Guy shouting the short's title.
  • Title Theme Tune: Besides the show itself, at least one short (Zoey's Zoo) has a theme song of its own that mentions the title.
  • The Tooth Hurts: The Jamal the Funny Frog short "Dentist" had Jamal get a toothache from eating too much sweets. He initially dreads the trip to the dentist and is unwilling to part with his rotten tooth after it's been pulled out, but all is well for him when the dentist is able to fix up his decayed tooth and put it back in his mouth.
  • Trap-Door Fail: Zoo Mates has the zookeeper trying to get rid of Helen, who is pushing to shut down the zoo, by opening a trap door, which unleashes a bear trap AND a roaring fire. Too bad Helen was standing few feet away from it.
  • Two Girls to a Team: The quintet of alien dogs acquainted with Kate Moon in the short "Planet Kate" consists of three males (Max, Bolivar, and Rothgar) and two females (Juno and Cleo).
  • Villain Song:
    • The Criminally Insane Gingerbread Men in "What is Funny?" briefly sing "Tough Cookies" when Slap T. Pooch finds himself at their mercy.
    • The Balloon Goon in "Blotto" sings "Get the Girl into My World" while scheming to steal Blotto's love interest Dotto.
    • In "Fuzzy Bunny Presents: A Kid's Life", the sentient zits on Suzy's nose sing "We're the Stinkin' Blackheads".
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: The short "Kameleon Kid" was about a boy who gained shape-changing abilities after a lab accident.
  • Who Even Needs a Brain?: Type III is demonstrated in two shorts.
    • The short "Max and his Special Problem", where a man literally sneezes his brain out and has to try and find a way to get his brain back in his head. Aside from twitching every time his brain is poked, he is shown to act perfectly fine without a brain.
    • In "Ollie and Frank", Ollie removes part of an ordinary dog's brain to give his Frankenstein monster dog Frank a brain. The procedure isn't shown to have any ill effects on the normal dog, as it still acts the same after the operation is finished.
  • You Could Have Used Your Powers for Good: When confronting Dr. Carmine Miranda in the short "Super Santa: Vegetation", Santa points out to the villain that he could've used his horticultural knowledge for good.


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