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Garbel of Manicuria
When the narrator says that Beauty, Suzu, and Torpedo Girl are the girls on the show, he was wrong because he forgot Lemon Fizz, Hibi, and Ruby.
There are several differences between this episode and the anime manga. The "Few Dangerous Thugs" are "The 3 Hellkillers" in the manga. And when Don Patch calls himself a meathead 1,000 times, in the manga he calls himself "stupid" 1,000 times.
Don Patch: No! I'm snapping from a writer's slump! Snapper! Snapper! Snapper! Snapper! Snapper! Snapper! Snapper! I Snapped!
(cats start chanting "Snapper")
Garbel: My fingernails grow when they are thirsty for blood... they cost me a fortune in manicures!
Don Patch: (to T-500) I'm a MeatHead!
Narrator: Bo-BoBo and the others are so close to Halekulani, they're almost heaving from his halitosis. But with Beauty and Suzu taken captive, Bo-BoBo's hands are tied. Well, actually, their hands are tied! But you know what I mean. Is there no one to help them? Is the show getting "Softon" crime?
Don Patch: You just don't get it, do you? I'm the star of this show! (attacks T-500)
T-500: (thinking) Next time, I'll take on a co-star instead.
Don Patch: He just asked if we're part of Bo-BoBo's gang.
Gasser: What? Yeah, so?
Don Patch: You really meant Don Patch's group, didn't you?!
Bo-BoBo: (to Garbel of Manicuria) I will destroy anyone who tries to hurt Beauty! Ya got that?!
Dengaku Man: (nervously) Yeah! I've got ya!
Narrator: Suzu and Beauty finally realized they had something in common. (crying) They're the only girls on this show! Except for Torpedo Girl, but she's on hiatus!
Bo-BoBo: Super Fist Jelly Shield! (uses Jelly Jiggler as a shield against Garbel of Manicuria)
Jelly Jiggler: (getting attacked) Can't the writers ever make me look good?!
Bo-BoBo: You're only an actor. Shut up and take it.
Bo-BoBo: (reading title card) Episode 38: "Money Castle! Cash Only Please Credit Cards Not Accepted."
Suzu: (to Bo-BoBo) Just be sure you don't let your guard down. There are a few dangerous thugs guarding him. Watch out for them. They call themselves "A Few Dangerous Thugs."
Beauty: Another bogus recap?! Are the writers running out of ideas or what?!
Narrator: One of the highlights of Holy Guacamole Land is is the super-popular area where adults turn into little kids. It's called "The Little Kids' Area." My, isn't that creative.
Narrator: Prepare yourselves, dear viewers. The new gang of enemies is a blood thirsty bunch!
Beauty: Actually, some of them look downright goofy!
Narrator: What?! Well, you're right. Ahem! The last and mightiest of this Big 4 is Halekulani. Where does this guy get his chest waxed?
Don Patch: Bo-BoBo and I have a special bond! We work together! Bo-BoBo equals Don Patch! And I equal Snot Fo' You! Got it?
T-500: So, then, does that mean that you are really Bo-BoBo?
Don Patch: How dare you insult me like that! (hits T-500 with the Don Patch sword)
This episode covers volume 9 chapters 97 and 98 of the Bo-bobo manga.
When Don Patch gets angry because T-500 refers to YaYa the doll (Earl in the manga), he oddly looks like one of the Dragonball Z characters turning into a Super Saiyan.
The doll Don Patch refers to in the middle of the battle with T-500 is called "YaYa," while in the manga the doll's name is "Earl."
In the anime, when Don Patch used the punching attack on T-500, he said he was using "Super Fist of the Show's Real Star." This was changed from the manga where he said it was the "Super Fist of Bruce," referring to the famous Chinese martial artist.
The lens that is on T-500's eye is only included in the anime, in the manga it is just a robotic eye.
In the manga, Don Patch says he's stupid instead of saying he's a meathead. Also, in the anime, Don Patch jumps off the stage, while in the manga it seems that T-500 shot him off.
The narrator tells us that Beauty and Suzu are the only girls in the show.
In the anime, in the scene with the cats, there are tuna fish cans hanging (and Don Patch), with the cats putting the lids on. However, in the manga, there are chickens (and Don Patch) hanging with the cats holding silverware.
Softon says he was in Holy Guacamole Land because he sells ice cream there in the anime. However, in the manga, he just says he has a "part-time job" there.
In the scene where Suzu dresses up like Don Patch, Bo-BoBo also dressed up as Don Patch. This is another change from the manga, where Bo-BoBo calls a mental ward, saying he has a patient for them.
In the manga, before the "let's sell milk" dance, Don Patch commits suicide by stabbing himself. In the anime, this was changed to his eye popping out on a spring.
Softon returns in this episode. His last appearance was in Episode 26: "Dengaku Man, Pixie or Pitbull--He'll Love You or Hate You!" and he was last mentioned (comically) in Episode 33, "It A'int OVER 'til the Fat Lady Sings!"
During the episode, a small bit of the opening, Baka Survivor, is played. Also, part of the original ending "H.P.S.J." is played.
The Muscle Marvels: Parody
They are a parody to the Power Rangers show in America, and to the Super Sentai series of Japan.
T-500: Red Lens
The red lens T-500 has over his eye resembles the scanners (scouters) used by Freiza's Planet Patrol in Dragonball Z.
The T-500 is a reference to the Terminator movies in which the robots also had names consisting of "T" followed by a number.
A Few Dangerous Thugs: Parody
"A Few Dangerous Thugs" is a parody of the phase "A few good men."
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