The Annoying Orange

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Annoying Orange
GenreSurreal humor
Cringe comedy
Black comedy
Toilet humor
Suspense
Slapstick
Splatter
Comedy
Gross-out humour
Satire
Parody
Humor
Animated situation comedy
StarringDane Boedigheimer
Michael Jelenic
Aaron Horvath
Dan Castellaneta (2009 death)
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Release
Original networkYouTube
First shown inOctober 9, 2009-present
Other websites
Website

Annoying Orange is a popular live action/animated comedy web series created by Dane Boedigheimer. The main character is an orange who annoys other fruits. The episodes are uploaded to the YouTube channel realannoyingorange weekly, with now over 200 videos. As of May 2013, The channel had almost 3 million subscribers. At that time, it was 43rd in terms of how many people are subscribed to it.[1]

Characters[change | change source]

Orange[change | change source]

Orange (Dane Boedigheimer) is the main character. He is described as really annoying, but sometimes funny. He warns others about a knife and other items ready to kill them.

Pear[change | change source]

Pear (Boedigheimer) is described as a normal, bad, lying, negative, and abusive character. He was Orange's best friend (Annoying Orange) and normally tells Orange to stop being annoying and shut up, but it is discovered in the episode "Wishful Thinking" that Pear would not be friends without Grapefruit. Pear is in Grapefruit's gang and was making fun of Orange.

Midget Apple[change | change source]

Midget Apple (Boedigheimer) is a small apple in the series. He does not like being called "Midget Apple," preferring the term "Little Apple."

Apple[change | change source]

Apple (Boedigheimer) is Orange's former best friend and current rival (bully). Apple is in Grapefruit's bullying gang.

TV show[change | change source]

In 2012, Cartoon Network made a 2012-2014 high fructose adventures TV show based on the YouTube series.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Top YouTube Channels". Statsheep.com. Retrieved 7 May 2013.

Other websites[change | change source]