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Fuyu means Winter, Natsu means Summer, and Aki means Fall in Japanese
Momo means Peach in Japanese
Keroro and presumably all Keronians are all fresh water frogs, so the salty sea water is bad for them.
Whenever Tamama refers to Moa, he calls her "that woman" rather than by her name.
The entrance to the secret base is in the portable fridge in Keroro's room.
Whenever Dororo wishes to contact the Keroro Platoon, he sends a postcard that acts like a shuriken. The postcard usually embeds itself in Keroro's head.
The plants that the platoon used, if they are not harvested right away, turn into monsters.
This episode is the first time that Fuyuki visably loses his temper with Keroro.
Kururu is afraid of "sparkly," positive people, like Moa.
So far, Natsumi is the first Pekoponjin to be able to resonate with a Keronian, in this case, Keroro.
When Aki was in middle school, she looked more like Natsumi.
In between his last appearance and this current one, Taruru has lost his tail, implying that he's grown into an adult Keronian.
First appearance of the Garuru Platoon, led by Giroro's older brother, Garuru.
Recruit Tororo is fond of snacking on junk food while he's working.