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The sixth episode of Random! Cartoons.

Krunch and the KidEdit

Krunchandthekid

Created by Adam Henry
Directed by Adam Henry

SynopsisEdit

When lovable monster Krunch discovers that his beloved frog, Hoppy, has kicked the bucket, he is inconsolable. Will Krunch and his Kid be able to perform in their hit show, Wam! Bam! Pow! Action Hour? The show must go on...

Voice CastEdit

Voice Actors: Character(s):
Kevin Michael Richardson Krunch, Rastamon, Alarm Clock, Announcer
Colleen O'Shaughnessy The Kid (Skippy), Little Girl, Some Kid
Mark Hamill Frank
Karen Henry Perky Tour Guide

Production notes / ChangesEdit

Krunch and the Kid is actually Adam Henry's first short produced for Random! Cartoons and it was actually the first short green-lit when the Oh Yeah! Cartoons season 4 pitch call was open to the public. Adam Henry directed this short. Adam originally wanted Brad Garrett to play Krunch but due to schedule conflicts, chose Kevin Michael Richardson instead. Colleen O'Shaughnessy later provides the voice of Tiffany in Adam's second Random! Cartoons short.

TriviaEdit

  • Adam's wife, Karen Henry, voices the perky tour guide.
  • This short's art style bears a similarity to The Fairly OddParents mostly because some designers who were involved with the short as well as the oversea studio worked on the series.
  • Despite The Kid's real name being Skippy, he was known as The Kid every where else, even in the credits.


BradwurstEdit

Bradwurst

Created by Angelo diNallo and Jason Plapp
Directed by Jason Plapp

SynopsisEdit

Conniving Bradwurst is out for revenge when he discovers that his best friend Willy didn't invite him to a party. After sabotaging the gifts, the punch, and the cake, he realizes the birthday party was a surprise party for him!

Voice CastEdit

Voice Actors: Character(s):
Tom Kenny Bradwurst, Jerry
Raphael Sbarge Willy
Jeff Bennett Charlie
JP Manoux Cop

Production notes / ChangesEdit

Bradwurst was made by the combination duo of animation directors and storyboard artists Angelo diNallo and Jason Plapp. The two went over through a dozen Post-It notes in order to design Bradwurst's butt. The short was animated exclusively in-house in Flash at Renegade Animation in Hollywood, hence the ending title "Made in Hollywood".

TriviaEdit

  • Willy, despite being a shark, didn't know how to swim until Bradwurst pushed him in a pool.
  • For reasons unknown, Jerry thinks Bradwurst is a jerk.

Dr. Froyd's Funny FarmEdit

Drfroyd

Created by Bill Burnett and Jaime Diaz
Directed by Bill Burnett

SynopsisEdit

Lulu wants nothing more than to be accepted into the world of Dr. Froyd's Funny Farm for zany animals. When Bossie the Cow suffers an identity crisis on the farm, Lulu volunteers to switch bodies with her, and then ends up regretting her decision!

Voice CastEdit

Voice Actors: Character(s):
Robert Cait Dr. Froyd
Nika Futterman Lulu Lovecraft
Candi Milo Nurse Duckette
Charlie Adler Bossy LeCow, Raging Bullfrog

Production notes / ChangesEdit

Bill Burnett and Jaime Diaz returned to the Frederator board after their Nickelodeon show, ChalkZone, went on an indefinite hiatus until late 2009. Bill Burnett wrote the script, composed the score and voice directed the actors, while Jaime Diaz storyboarded and directed the animation. This short was one of the two last projects Jaime Diaz did before his death in 2009. His second and final short was the non-Random! Cartoons short Gaucho Pampa, which Bill Burnett returned to score the music.

TriviaEdit

  • Several talents from ChalkZone are in this short. Robert Cait (aka Dr. Froyd) was Mr. Wilter, Candi Milo (aka Nurse Duckette) was Snap and Nika Futterman (aka Lulu) was Mrs. Sanchez.

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