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The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: Season 1

 Review by Suzanne Lanoue 7/9/13

This is kind of a kid's show that originated on the Web but is now a show on Comedy Central. I think kids should enjoy it, and also anyone who likes silly or dumb humor. It's not really funny enough, for me to watch it, but it's okay, not offensive or anything.

These guys put their faces on oranges, fruit and other items and then they make jokes about it, basically. The first episode was a Star Trek spoof, and it was amusing. I really enjoyed the extras on the DVD more than the show itself.

The last DVD has all the features, which I appreciate. I hate when they spread them out over multiple disks. My only complaint is that there is no closed-captioning. Unfortunately, this is common on kids' DVD's. Maybe I would have found the show funnier if I could hear or read everything they said, but they do a lot of silly voices, which makes them sometimes hard for me to understand.

There are plenty of features. "Exposed" is just a lot of clips from their making the show (not really a coherent "making of" feature).  "Behind the scenes" is more about how the show started and what they do.  "Sizzle reel" is just a much of silliness, really.  "The storyboard animatic" is just an animated version of the storyboard. And then they have the first webisode, which I found to be very funny (although short).

Enjoy the DVD!:

MORE INFORMATION:

The hilarious YouTube sensation *Annoying Orange* made its television debut on Cartoon Network in 2012, drawing more than 2.6 million viewers and has become a comedy favorite among kids and adults alike.

Below you will find additional information about the complete first season list.

*THE HILARIOUS YOUTUBE SENSATION IS BACK *IN HIS ALL-NEW TELEVISION SERIES* *THE HIGH FRUCTOSE ADVENTURES OF *ANNOYING ORANGE* *THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON*

*The Hysterical Cartoon Network Show Arrives On DVD May 28***** *From The Collective and Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment*

*UNIVERSAL CITY, CA* - Delivering rip-roaring laughter in honor of Cartoon Network´s season two television premiere on May 16, the obnoxiously funny series, *The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: The Complete First Season,*peels out on DVD May 28, 2013 from The Collective and Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment. Starring the hugely popular YouTube comedian Toby Turner and featuring an array of guest stars, including Jane Lynch ("Glee"), Leah Remini ("The King of Queens"), Bret Michaels ("Rock of Love with Bret Michaels"), Alice Cooper (*Wayne´s World*), Tim Curry (*The Rocky Horror Picture Show*), Tony Hawk (*Jackass 3D*) and the late Michael Clarke Duncan (*The Green Mile*), the hilarious YouTube sensation *Annoying Orange* made its television debut on Cartoon Network in 2012, drawing more than 2.6 million viewers and consistently winning its time slot in key demos. With more than 1.3 billion views *Annoying Orange* has expanded from a viral video to Web series, to Cartoon Network primetime and has become a true pop culture phenomenon.

*The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: The Complete First Season *follows Orange and his band of produce buddies, Passion Fruit, Pear and Marshmallow, as they navigate the time-space continuum in their magical fruit cart with their only human friend, Nerville (Turner). Each episode sprouts more laugh-out-loud annoyingness as the crew is thrown into one crazy predicament after another and forced to squeeze their way out.

Approved for all ages by the Dove Foundation, *The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: The Complete First Season *is packed with exclusive behind-the-scenes featurettes, a storyboard animatic and the very first *Annoying Orange*webisode. The DVD set includes all 30 episodes from the debut season and will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.93. *The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Vol. 2: Get Juiced!**, *featuring 10 episodes from season one, will also be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.93.

*The Complete First Season DVD Bonus Features:

- Annoying Orange: Exposed
- Behind the Seeds
- Sizzle Peel
- Episode Six "Fruit-vengers" Storyboard Animatic
- The Very First Annoying Orange Webisode

*Synopsis*:

Orange and his pals from the hit Cartoon Network show, Passion Fruit, Pear and Marshmallow burst into your homes with all new*High Fructose Adventures*! Traveling through time and space in their magical fruit cart with their only human friend Nerville (Toby Turner), Orange and his friends are thrown into one crazy predicament after another and are forced to squeeze their way out! Whether he´s a Pirate, a Superhero or a Space Captain, Orange is always...Annoying!


*THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON BASICS

- Price: $29.93
- Street Date: May 28, 2013
- Order Date: April 16, 2013
- Catalog Number: SM9269
- Languages: English
- Running time: 330 Minutes
- Rating: TV-PG

*VOLUME 2 BASICS

- Price: $14.93
- Street Date: May 28, 2013
- Order Date: April 16, 2013
- Catalog Number: SM9275
- Languages: English
- Running time: 110 Minutes
- Rating: TV-PG


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