Johnny Johnny (Johnny Test)

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Johnny Johnny (Johnny Test)
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🎵Yes, papa? Making a bad episode of Johnny Test? No, papa. Telling lies? No, papa. Show it. Ha-ha-ha!🎵
Part of Season: 4
Episode Number: 99
Air Date: February 4, 2010 (Canada)
April 8, 2010 (USA)
Previous episode: Johnny Degrees Below Zero
Next episode: Johnny Double Coupons


Johnny Johnny is the 11th episode of season 4 of Johnny Test.

Plot

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

  1. It's the Johnny Test version of Everyone Knows It's Bendy and Rude Removal.
  2. Johnny and Dukey are blamed for stuff they didn't do, and are chased across town.
  3. Lila, Hugh, and the Girls act very out of character in this episode, because they accuse Johnny and Dukey of misbehaving.
    1. 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.
  4. Speaking of which, this episode relies heavily on the evil clones trope.
  5. 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.
  6. Porkbelly isn't reconstructed after the end of the cyborgs.
  7. The military doesn't apologize for the evil clones.
  8. Some of the stuff the evil clones do is WAAAY too dangerous. Example; they blow up a building.
  9. "Johnny, have you lost your mind?!"
  10. It's pretty much a rehash of the season 2 episode, "The Good, the Bad & the Johnny".
    1. 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.
  11. Nobody knew Dukey's birthday cause he was saved from the pound, but, in Johnny Takes A Bath, Johnny knew, so why not now?

Redeeming Qualities

  1. At least the ending is decent.
  2. There are some funny moments, such as the pitchfork and torch shop, and the Johnny Poles.
  3. Everyone had a right to be mad, since the clones do look like the actual Johnny and Dukey.
  4. 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!!!")
  5. Oooh tacos I’m in.

Comments


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FreezingTNT

7 months ago
Score 1
YES PAPA
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Snesboy12

7 months ago
Score 0
EATING SUGAR WHILE WHIP CRACKING?
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Crs3011

7 months ago
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NO PAPA
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ItMeansNothing

7 months ago
Score 2
TELLING LIES
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Blader07

7 months ago
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NO PAPA
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Blader07

7 months ago
Score 2
OPEN YOUR MOUTH
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Stomps

7 months ago
Score 1

HA HA HA

chomp
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Azure09

7 months ago
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AH AH AH
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Crs3011

7 months ago
Score 0
It was my birthday when it aired in the United States.

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