Mucha Lucha!

La Bruja/El Niño Loco

Season 2, Ep 15, Aired 2/21/04
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  • Episode Description
  • El Niño Loco: The Lucha Lighthouse gang is confronted by El Niño Loco: Guardian of El Canyon Grande. La Bruja: A witch named La Bruja is supposedly making treats out of Luchadores.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Garry Chalk

    Protozoa

  • Michael Donovan

    Megawatt

  • Cusse Mankuma

    Zero Kelvin

  • Brent Patchman

    Pierre Del Fuego

  • Candi Milo

    Head Mistress/Flea

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Fransisco of the Forest: (as he and Private Reinhart look in and see all the destroyed baked goods) Hey, what's with all La Bruja ha.

    • Flea: Uh-oh, what's he up to now? El Niño Loco: (Lifts one leg) Flea: NOOO!!!!!! El Niño Loco: (Farts on Team Elementos)

    • Flea: The Flea can't believe the Flea ate the whole Flea.

    Notes (6)

    • When The Flea pogo stick was going out of control, you can see he passed through houses that came from fairy tales, such as the three little pigs houses.

    • Among the items in the tornado in "El Niño Loco" is a witch on a broom.

    • When The Flea becomes covered in flour, the costume around his neck and wrists is still tan.

    • When The Flea's pogo stick is out of control, he crushes the straw, stick, and brick houses of the three little pigs. You can even see the pigs in the background, and the wolf appears on screen moments later.

    • In "El Niño Loco", it shows that Zero Kelvin and Pierre are friends.

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    Trivia (2)

    • In one scene, Zero Kelvin had Rikochet's voice

    • In one scene, Megawatt's speedo disappeared.

    Allusions (1)

    • Flea: The Flea can't believe The Flea ate the whole Flea! (Burps)
      This was The Flea's own variation to the phrase from the old AlkaSeltzer commercial, "I can't believe I ate the whole thing." This very phrase was mentioned by Homer Simpson in his yearbook, from The Simpsons episode "The Front."

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