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Please Don't Go, Crong! (Pororo the Little Penguin)

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Please Don't Go, Crong! (Pororo the Little Penguin)
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Nice going Pororo & friends, you made Crong leave the village all because you didn't believe him!
Series: Pororo the Little Penguin
Part of Season: 6
Episode Number: 25
Previous episode: Petty & Harry's Special Cake
Next episode: We're Off To See The Wizard


Please Don't Go Crong! is the 25th episode of the 6th season of Pororo the Little Penguin.

Why Crong Needs to Go

  1. Like Grumpy Pororo, the plot is quite inconsistent, as its just about the others thinking Crong is living, and then Crong goes too far by leaving the village. Which makes me plot inconsistent.
  2. Pororo & his friends (except Crong) are very unlikable in this episode. They think that Crong is doing bad stuff such as farting in the playground & eating the cake, when it wasn't him, making him look like the bad guy here.
  3. Crong, while tolerable in the beginning, became unlikable 5 minutes in the episode, as he goes as far by leaving the village all because his friends didn't believe him about farting at the playground or eating the cake, which makes him very immature, similar to Pororo, Crong, Please Don't Fight.
  4. Plot hole: How did Crong even fart for having a stomach ache? Carnivores don't fart for having stomach aches. And he's a carnivore, so how did he even get a stomach ache?
  5. Pororo & Loopy are the most unlikable when it comes to not telling the truth, as instead of telling the truth, they just make up morals about mistakes, which makes them traitors to Crong. Especially when trying to get him in trouble.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. The scene where Crong plays with his friends before leaving the village is a decent scene, and when Crong plays with Pororo, he cancels his plan on leaving the village.

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