Thanksfornothing Day (The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange)
Thanksfornothing Day is the 21st episode of Season 2 of The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange and the 51st episode overall. It was directed by Tom Sheppard, and written by Luke Barats.
The fruits feel they have nothing to be thankful for after the calamity that happened years ago at Plymouth Wok! What can a fruit be thankful for? Years ago, at Plymouth Wok, the fruits and vegetables came together to live in peace. Too bad the utensils were out to slice them and dice them all for mealtime!
Why It Rocks
- The fruits hiding because of Thanksgiving makes sense, it’s a dangerous time for fruits to be out in the open.
- 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.
- The fruits version of how they tell their Thanksgiving was good, with the fruits and vegetables actually getting along.
- The utensils, knife, spoon, and fork, are good enemies that the foods must take down to survive.
- The Chief Pumpkin was a good leader for the fruits, and helped them and the vegetables work together.
- Orange managed to defeat the utensils by using his annoying jokes, and tricked them into going into the wok (a frying pan), which melted them to death.
- The ending of the story the fruits tell where the humans ended up eating the foods makes sense to why they are scared of Thanksgiving.
- There was a reference to It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, when Orange called the Chief "Great Pumpkin", and Chief said that Great Pumpkin was his father.
The Only Bad Quality
- The ending of the episode was sad, as when Nerville sprayed a lemon cologne to prove to the fruits that there’s nothing to be afraid off, he gets pinned to the wall with a bunch of knifes and forks, which makes the customers who were in there stupid, because cologne is suppose to make you just smell good, not have people think your food, and Nerville is a human.