All Keroro Gunsou released episodes
Meet the Sergeant!
We are introduced to Keroro, an eccentric and blundering alien who came to destroy and conquer Earth, and is living as a slave under the roof of the Hinatas, a perfectly normal family who had lived a perfectly normal life: The mother, Aki, is an extremely busy and beautiful manga editor who rarely spends time with her teenage children; Fuyuki is the gentle-hearted and paranormal-loving son and Natsumi is the sweet but hot-tempered daughter with extremely great athletic skills, and who despises Keroro, while Fuyuki is intensely interested about him. After a few weeks of living with the Hinatas, Keroro gets his own room that is rumoured to be haunted by a ghost! However, the turn-out of the room is a big surprise for the Hinatas later on.
Bag Of Secrets!
Momoka Nishizawa, a shy classmate of Fuyuki's who has an enormous crush on him, and has an alter ego, brings a surprise to school; Tamama, who just so happens to be in Keroro's platoon! But as we venture through this day further on, we begin to learn that there is more to than just the innocent and cute covers of Momoka and her alien partner. Momoka and Tamama are coming over to the Hinata household! Will Momoka be able to call Fuyuki a friendly 'Fuyuki-kun', instead of a formal 'Hinata-kun'? How will Tamama behave? What will turn out in the end?
Amphibian On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown!
Keroro becomes very, very bored because he never goes out of the Hinata household, so Fuyuki and Tamama try to figure out a way to get the sergeant to get some sunlight, without revealing his secret! And when no other plan works, Keroro learns of the perfect solution to his problem at the end! The Hinatas are feeling that somebody is watching over them when they're not in the house, and the most likely suspect is Keroro! So they secretly devise a plan to be able to catch on what Keroro does in the house when they're not there! However, the true answers prove shocking and the real suspect is revealed at the end, but it may be the last thing the Hinatas ever want in their house!
Blood! Violence! Death! Kill!
Here, we meet the serious and aggressive Giroro, and he's set deadly traps for Fuyuki and Natsumi! He's already captured Fuyuki, but can he really stand a chance against the athletic Natsumi? Is there maybe even a chance that he might... fall in love?! Giroro is very upset over the sergeant's lazy behavior, so he devises a plan to make the old, charismatic, and battle-loving Keroro come back. But then things start to get very awry, and only when a surprise guest comes to the Hinata household does Keroro really get defeated!
The Day The Gundam Cried!
Keroro is targeting an old toy store to get his hands on a new Gundam model, but the thing is that it's about to be demolished! Can Keroro stop this, or will he end up learning a lesson?
Momoka invites Fuyuki to a private island for the summer as a part of one of her craziest plans to get closer to Fuyuki, but what really happens is that the Hinatas and the Keroro platoon end up arriving, too! Can her plan really work? Momoka decides that a test of courage in the island will get Fuyuki to like her, but this plan takes an unexpected turn when the ghost of the Hinata house comes to join in!
According to Nostradamus, the Lord of Terror will come and will reign over Earth in the year 1999. However, it's 2004 and the Lord has finally arrived... in the image of a Shibuya kogal high school girl. And in spite of her lateness, she still intends to fulfill her assignment and destroy Earth, along with the Gunpla modeling factory. Now it's up to everyone to either help or hinder her. Mois has been spending a lot of time with Keroro in the Hinata household, and Tamama is very jealous. So when Tamama cooks up a plan to finish her up... but could this alien that is dark with jealousy defeat someone as pure and innocent as Mois?
Base, The Final Frontier!
It's a big clean-up day in the Hinata household, but when you have four aliens helping out and one of them is a complete neat-freak, things might turn out quite interesting. Better yet, the Hinatas discover something that is almost unbelievable in the sergeant's portable refrigerator!
Desperately Seeking Brains!
Mutsumi Saburo, a senior at Natsumi's school (who just so happens to be Natsumi's love interest), is trying to approach her. Meanwhile, the Keroro platoon is trying to find its fourth member, even if it means scanning through all of Japan and its giftshops! But while Fuyuki starts to have suspicions that Mutsumi could be one of the infamous Men in Black, Mutsumi comes into the household at an incredibly fast pace, and his entrance is also completely suspicious. Is Mutsumi really a Man in Black, or is he the partner of someone incredibly special? Aki is turned into a teenager by Kururu's new weapon - What If I Can Do Over My Life gun - and takes the opportunity to revisit her youth by going to her children's school. However, in Fuyuki's uniform, she is harassed and soon causes trouble for her son, as everyone thinks she is him. In the meantime, Keroro must find Aki, within 3 hours, or else the damage will be permanent.
Sergeant Frog doesn't get nearly as much attention as it deserves, especially here in North America. I mean, sure, it's popular among anime fans, but it could appeal to more people, although they may not get the many japanese culture references that are thrown at them. While I technically have not finished the show, (as in Japan it's still airing,) I still think I can review what I have seen of the show, as there really is no over-arcing storyline, and things are very formulaic and episodic. Like I just stated, this show is very formulaic, but that is by no means a bad thing, because the formulaic, episodic nature ties in well with the pop-culture influenced comedy style this show uses. The show follows a group of 5 frog-like aliens who come to Earth to take over, but instead find themselves failing at everything they try. In each episode, the leader of the group, Sergeant Keroro, comes up some new scheme, the group attempt to kill all the humans, which they refer to as "Pekoponians," or take over the world, but something always seems to get in their way. What I love is how stupid this show this sounds at first. I mean, who would want to watch a show about a frog thingy that fails at doing everything he tries and is obsessed with Gundam models? The reason this show *doesn't* suck because of this is because of how well executed the comedy is. The interactions between the frogs and the people that own the house in which they reside result in a combination of different comedy styles, from slapstick to puns. I found myself laughing quite a few times in each episode. After season two, though, the comedy starts to get a bit overused, and things get boring. For story, this show gets an 7. The animation is pretty freaking good. While nothing is super exceptional, the show does a really good job of parodying other styles. At it's core, the show has a very simplistic style, with cute characters and rounded images. There weren't any scenes where I just said "Woah" at the animation, with my eyes wide open and my mind being blown, but what can you expect from a comedy like Sergeant Frog? It never goes below average, and there wasn't much wrong with it. Animation gets a 7. This show actually has one of my favorite dubs of all time. I consider Todd Haberkorn's work voicing Keroro to be some of his best, along with the voice he provided for Death the Kid in Soul Eater, and Chris Sabat fits Corporal Giroro *perfectly*. The other 3 frogs, Tamama, Kululu, and Dororo, all are voiced quite well, but I think that Keroro and Giroro were done the best. The soundtrack wasn't bad, but there weren't any tracks that I can pick out and say that they were awesome. As for the openings and endings, the first opening for the series can get stuck in your head and never leave. *Ever*. I also like the ending that is known to most as "The Drawing Song," because of how calming it is, while keeping some comedy to make you want to watch the next episode. Sound gets an 8. The characters are the strongest point in this show. First off, we have the lazy, unintelligent Keroro, who, for some stupid reason, was chosen to lead his platoon. There's also Tamama, the strange bipolar, bisexual little guy that acts as the little kid to the rest of the frogs, symbolized by his tadpole tail. He switches from a cute, babyish personalty to a hot-tempered, rage at the snap of a finger, and it stays pretty funny throughout the show. Giroro is a grumpy war veteran who is obsessed with weapons and battle tactics. He does show a soft side though, by taking care of a cat and having a secret crush on the teenage girl who uses the frogs, particularly Keroro, as slaves in her house, Natsumi Hinata. Natsumi has a brother named Fuyuki, who unlike the hot-tempered, bossy Natsumi, is a very reserved, introverted sci-fi geek, who is ecstatic when he finds that alien frogs are living in his house. Kululu is everyone's favorite troll, who develops of of the technology for the rest of the frogs, however his true intentions are actually never revealed when he makes them, and they always have some sort of feature that affects the frogs more than the enemy. He hates all acts of kindness, and is really, really twisted. Finally, we have Dororo, the silent ninja. He is the frog that every character seems to forget exists, and avoids having any association with the platoon, although he ends up in their twisted schemes for some reason or another most of the time. What I like about the characters in Sergeant Frog is that they don't all fit into cardboard architypes. While architypes aren't necessarily bad, it's always nice to see a unique personality. Even the characters who many would consider to be copy-pasted from other shows at first glance have their own quirks and differences that set them apart from the norm. You fall in love so much with these guys that at the end of season two, you will shed some tears. I guarantee it, (and people who have seen the series will know why). The characters get a 9. I enjoyed this show a lot, actually! While I don't have any desires to rewatch it in the near future, I think that It's at least worth a try for anyone! I recommend streaming a few episodes, and if you do like it, then either keep streaming it or buy it for a good price! I was a bit disappointed with the third season of the show, not because it was necessarily bad, but because the comedy starts getting old, but the first two seasons, the first 50 or so episodes, are awesome! This a good show to have seen, whether you watch it with your friends, or by yourself. Enjoyment gets an 8, as well as the overall score for the series. When you have the time, go check it out. You most likely will like what you see.
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