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McOne Armed and Dangerous (Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja)

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McOne Armed and Dangerous
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Randy should have just be nice to Hannibal McFist when celebrating his 50th anniversary of McFist Industries and the McSquiddle
Series: Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
Part of Season: 1
Episode Number: 49
Air Date: February 1, 2014
Writer: Jim Martin
Hugh Webber
Director: Shaun Cashman
Joshua Taback
Previous episode: Sorcerer in Love 2: Sorcerer's Revenge
Next episode: Shloomp! There It Is!


McOne Armed and Dangerous is the 49st episode of Season 1 (and overall episode) of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja.

Plot

During the 50th anniversary celebration of McFist Industries and the McSquiddles, Randy tells everyone that McFist is a bad guy, which boycotts them until the Sorcerer stanked McFist into a monster.

Why It Needs To Boycott McFist

  1. Randy (and to an extent, Howard) are unlikable characters in the first half of this episode as the former tells everyone that McFist is a villain (due to what the Ninja Nomicon said) while the latter wanted to eat the meaty McSquiddle (the first one) just so he can taste it whether it is good or not.
  2. The entire episode is mean-spirited (except the opening and the scene where Randy told the truth to McFist):
    • Randy telling everyone to McFist that he is a bad guy, which causes them to throw food on him, Viceroy, Marci, and Bash.
    • Howard also hates Randy when he tries to eat the first McSquiddle.
    • When McFist was stanked, he attacks Randy and destroys his inventions such as the McFro-Yo and the stage.
    • Howard attempting to get the first McSquiddle to the garbage cat, until he grabs it.
    • The ending scene where McFist is angry when Howard asks about the McFist Pads.
    • Another ending where the Sorcerer asks Viceroy about what happened to McFist since he wants the "Ninja" to tell about the climax, which causes the Sorcerer to scream loudly.
  3. The flashback scene (except the scene about the McSquiddle is created) is mean-spirited, including the part where Randy is about to touch the cake.
  4. The plot is poorly written since Randy (as mentioned before) exposes McFist to everyone that he is a bad guy, since McFist in reality is (really a villain) a benevolent boss who wanted to introduce inventions and gadgets to everyone.
  5. The Howard scene, where he wanted to eat McSquiddle, is also a filler scene.
  6. The Ninjanomicon does have a bad lesson as Randy provokes McFist in order to fight back, which is mean-spirited.

Good Qualities

  1. Hannibal McFist (except when he reveals about his villainous act), Viceroy, Bash, Marci, and Randy (in the second-half) are likable characters.
  2. Greg's Line: IT'S RAINING CATS! SKE-MEOW MAN! SKE-MEOW!
  3. At least Randy did tell the truth about McFist being beloved as he knows that he wanted to destroy the ninja because he was stanked.
  4. Half-Decent Ending: As Randy told the truth to McFist, the crowd cheers and rains McSquiddles to them.