Johnny Johnny (Johnny Test)
Johnny Johnny is the 11th episode of season 4 of Johnny Test.
Johnny and Dukey get framed for stuff that Johnny and Dukey look-alike robots (which Mr. Black and Mr. White created) around Porkbelly, therefore the real Johnny and Dukey have to correct the damage.
Why It Sucks
- It's the Johnny Test version of Everyone Knows It's Bendy and Rude Removal.
- Johnny and Dukey are blamed for stuff they didn't do, and are chased across town.
- Lila, Hugh, and the Girls act very out of character in this episode, because they accuse Johnny and Dukey of misbehaving.
- Not only that, but the General, Mr. Black and Mr. White are out of character as well, as they create evil cyborg versions of Johnny and Dukey.
- Speaking of which, this episode relies heavily on the evil clones trope.
- Even after he sees that Johnny was telling the truth and was innocent, Hugh (nor anybody else) DOES NOT APOLOGIZE FOR HIS ACTIONS TOWARDS JOHNNY.
- Porkbelly isn't reconstructed after the end of the cyborgs.
- The military doesn't apologize for the evil clones.
- Some of the stuff the evil clones do is WAAAY too dangerous. Example; they blow up a building.
- "Johnny, have you lost your mind?!"
- It's pretty much a rehash of the season 2 episode, "The Good, the Bad & the Johnny".
- The difference is that there isn't a good Johnny or a Bad Johnny, it's just Johnny, and Johnny doesn't appear to get framed in Episode 213.
- Nobody knew Dukey's birthday cause he was saved from the pound, but, in Johnny Takes A Bath, Johnny knew, so why not now?
- At least the ending is decent.
- There are some funny moments, such as the pitchfork and torch shop, and the Johnny Poles.
- Everyone had a right to be mad, since the clones do look like the actual Johnny and Dukey.
- Johnny's innocence is somewhat proven when Mr. White tells Hugh Johnny was telling the truth (and when Hugh ran away, saying, "I believe you Johnny!!!")
- Oooh tacos I’m in.