Bat’s All, Fruits (The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange)
Bat's All, Fruits is the 19th episode of Season 2 of The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange and the 49th episode overall. It was directed by Tom Sheppard, and written by Derek Dressler.
When Fruit-O-Ween rolls around, everyone has a costume ready...including a well-disguised Vampire Fruit Bat with a thirst for juice! Fruit-O-Ween means more than candy and costumes - it also means that Orange tries to teach his fruit friends about the importance of acceptance when they balk at his new Rainbow Fairy friend. Of course, that lesson is harder to teach when it turns out your pal is a vampire fruit bat in disguise.
Why It's Juicy
- This was an awesome Halloween themed episode, it makes you feel like this was a great episode of the YouTube series’ Shocktober.
- It is one of the few episodes of The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange that doesn't suck, proving that a TV episode based off of a famous YouTuber could possibly be done right.
- It's based off the vampire films, like Dracula.
- The Vampire Fruit Bat was a great version of a vampire that eats fruits, including her clever disguise as a rainbow fairy.
- The twist where everyone befriends the rainbow fairy, but then she reveals she’s a vampire fruit bat was clever.
- There was a great sequence of everyone running from the Vampire Fruit Bat, accompanied by an awesome song that was very good and catchy.
- A good ending where Orange traps the Vampire Fruit Bat in a BBQ Ribs cage, and the Vampire Fruit Bat befriends everyone after Orange convinces everyone to spare her, and they fly through the store on her back, no longer wanting to eat them.
- Fruit-O-Ween, was a decent name for the fruit’s version of Halloween.
The Only Bad Quality
- Grandpa Lemon’s parts that were used for cheap laughs at running gag jokes were not good.