"Fatman and "Boy Blubber" is a segment in Episode 9 written by Tom Ruegger and directed by Eric Radomski.

Synopsis Edit

Two overweight superheroes help a chubby boy fend off bullies. However, sometimes the cure is worse than the disease...

Characters Edit

  • Louis: An overweight boy who falls prey to bullies at school. Voiced by Scott McAfee.
  • Joey: A bully. Voiced by Scott Menville
  • Fatman: An overweight superhero who finds it hard to cut back on junk food because he is on the road a lot. He saves overweight kids, only to then bully them himself. Voiced by Marc Drotman.
  • Boy Blubber: Fatman's sidekick. Voiced by Paul Rugg.
  • Freakazoid (intro)

Other Appearances Edit

  • Fatman reappears in "Heroboy," reading to a class of children about the Freakaclone's crime spree and asking a girl for her sandwich.

Trivia Edit

  • Scott Menville, who voices the bully Joey, also provided the voice of Toby Danger.
  • Marc Drotman, the voice of Fatman, was a member of the Acme Players comedy troupe along with Paul Rugg and John P. McCann.[1]
  • Freakazoid's intro to this segment spoofs John Cleese's typical introduction to most episodes of Monty Python's Flying Circus: "And now for something completely different."
  • The "Fatman and Boy Blubber" theme song parodies the main title of the 1966 Batman TV series.

Quotes Edit

  • Fatman: "I've got a stitch in my side and I've lost my freshness."

References Edit

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