Shin Chan

Season 2 Episode 3

Double Fried Flavor!

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Apr 26, 2008 on UPN
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The Drinky Hiro Show!
It's after hours and Hiro's home...drunk! After amusing himself with his sleeping family, the wasted wastrel decides it's time for a midnight snack. Mmm! Steak pancakes! Alerted by the danger to his food supply, Shin is soon drafted in the cause and gross quickly dissolves into disgusting. Hiro, that smear better be chocolate mashed potatoes!

Trading Faces!
Take one worn out mother and add one boy, desperately dashing for the potty, and you've got a recipe for disaster! Shin and Mitzi find their roles reversed... Literally! Their first problem? Plumbing! Are you sure you know how to use that thing, Mom? Hmm, it can't be that hard! Uh oh, Shin, I need you to breastfeed your little sister!

Trading Faces! Part 2!

Things only get weirder when Hiro comes home. This is not the sort of role playing he had in mind! Hima's not the only one freaked out as Mitzi/Shin cares for her/his daughter/sister at school, while back at the house Shin/Mitzi is getting busy stuffing face. Boy, this is getting confusing! And when Shin/Mitzi leaves the house against orders, embarrassment will be redefined for the neighborhood!

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • On a scale from 1 to 10, the insanity factor is taken all the way to 11! :D

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    "Crayon Shin Chan" is a special show with a special brand of humor. This humor that takes comedy to a whole 'nother level! Whatever shenanigans happen to the Nohara's, Shin is always around to make sure that things get even crazier then they already would've been otherwise! It's no secret that Hiro is not the perfect dad, but even Shin's low expectations are pushed to the limits when Hiro just 'has' to try being a cook! And of course, Hiro is no good at it sober or not! Yet the insanity got pushed to a place where it Still hadn't been before! When Shin and Mitzi Literally run into each other, the shock of the blow causes their brains and personalities to switch places! I must say that a special shout-out needs to go to the actors who voiced Shin and Mitzi! They did a really good job of portraying the other's character. You don't get that often during role-switch episodes! In any case, Mitzi now has to deal with an 'Elephant' and Shin has to learn how to feed his sister/daughter, but while Shin doesn't end up feeling too bad when he has to do this, for Mitzi, this is the Worst thing that could've possibly happened to her! Mitzi can no longer control her son/mother and she's at her wits end! In fact, the only way she can regain control of the situation is to tell Hiro about the incidence, and it mostly only confuses Hiro more so than usual! And while Mitzi makes Shin into a more respectable boy in society, Shin degrades Mitzi's standing (not that she had much to begin with) around the entire neighborhood! So Mitzi and even Shin are very much relieved when they run into each other a second time and become their normal selves again! Unfortunately for Mitzi, she's got her work cut out for her as she now has to lose 11 pounds, again! This show is absolutely funny comedy from Japan! That is why I love it! :idea: Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless
Charles Baker

Charles Baker

 

Guest Star

Maeghan Albach

Maeghan Albach

 

Guest Star

Sean Teague

Sean Teague

 

Guest Star

Jason Liebrecht

Jason Liebrecht

Principal Ench

Recurring Role

Christopher R. Sabat

Christopher R. Sabat

Narrator, Mr. Kei, Yonro, additional voices

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Caitlin Glass

Caitlin Glass

Miss Anderson

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Shin/Mitzi: (as Mitzi/Shin goes into bathroom) You sure you know how to use that thing?
      Mitzi/Shin: Well, it can't be that hard.
      Shin/Mitzi: Sometimes it is.
      Mitzi/Shin: That's not what I meant.

    • Shin/Mitzi: Mom! Why can't you just buy pant sizes that actually fit you?!
      Mitzi/Shin: Hey, it's not my fault my weight fluctuates!

    • (After Mitzi's back to normal and is weighing herself) Mitzi: Ahhh!!!! I'm 11 pounds heavier?! How is that even possible?! It took me three months to lose those 11 pounds, and Shin gained it all back in one day?!

    • Hiro:(to Shin/Mitzi) Honey, I told you that you can call me Daddy, but only during fun-time.

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    • Trading Faces: The episode title segment is a reference to the show Trading Places where two people are swapped to live in each other's house in order to improve the way their house looks. The plot of Trading Faces is also a parody of the 1977 and 2003 versions of the Disney movie Freaky Friday. In both versions, a daughter and a mother find themselves trapped in each other's bodies and find out how tough the other's life is. In the episode, Shin and Mitzi find themselves trapped in each other's bodies and find out how different things are living in the other's body.

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