Finally, a character with some sort of purpose (and a sweet rack) appears! In tonight's action-packed episode, Luffy and Zoro face off against a gay clown, a part-time furry, and an anorexic man with a sword.
...Seriously, can we not think up our own jokes?
- Uraby210 as Luffy, Buggy, Mohji and Shanks
- WispaGoldMS as Nami
- Munjeej as Mayor Buggles
- Father Jack Hackett as Zoro
- Mr. Calm as Cabaji
- (0:00 - 0:15) "Memories" - Maki Otsuki
- (0:15 - 1:34) "We Are!" - Hiroshi Kitadani
- (5:06 - 5:16) "Love to Love You Baby" - Donna Summer
- (9:43 - 10:22) Part of the DBZ dub soundtrack - Bruce Falcouner
- Various pieces from the One Piece OST throughout
- (1:38) This is a reference to the fairytale "Jack and the Beanstalk", in which Jack is sold magic beans that would grow into a massive beanstalk. However, this time it was a lie.
- (3:26) Geralt of Rivia is the central protagonist of "The Witcher". He gets a lot of tail.
- (3:57) Buggy strangles one of his crew in a similar manner to Darth Vader from Star Wars.
- (6:25) "Rule 34" is one of the Rules of the Internet. It decrees that if something exists, then somewhere there is pornography of it.
- (8:23) PETA are an organisation set up to combat animal cruelty.
- (8:32) "Leave Britney Alone!" is one of internet celebrity Chris Crocker's most famous rants.
- (9:46) This is what Vegeta says when he powers up to fight Cell in Dragon Ball Z.
- (10:16) This is a line from Lethal Weapon.
- (10:38) There is an ongoing Internet war over whether pirates or ninjas are superior.
- (10:41) Chuck Norris is...well, Chuck Norris.
- (11:55) Final Fantasy X-2 was a video game in the Final Fantasy series.
- (12:32) Beyblade is an animé that revolves (no pun intended) around spinning tops with monsters inside.
- (13:40) Naruto is another animé. This one's about ninjas.
- (13:46) Next Generation and Deep Space Nine were the first two Star Trek spin-off serieses.
- (17:07) The "Party Escort Submission Position" is a reference to the ending of Portal.
- The "Luffy-gasm" and "Epic Foreshadowing" running jokes first appeared in this episode.
- This was the first full episode to be edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.
- Until the release of Episode 17, this was the longest episode, at eighteen minutes and two seconds.