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An off-brand acne cream gives Napoleon intense strength. Soon the gym teacher recruits him for a secret fight club and his brother Kip, who usually has the upper hand, doesn't like his brother's new sense of power.



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Episode cast overview:
Napoleon (voice)
Kip (voice)
Pedro (voice)
Deb (voice)
Uncle Rico (voice)
Misty (voice)
Grandma (voice)
Rex (voice)
Starla (voice)
Coach Pratt (voice)
Gorilla Lead Singer (voice)
Kangaroo (voice)

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After learning that his new acne cream makes him resistant to pain, Napoleon picks a fight with a bully at school. When the coach sees Napoleon's strength in action, he invites him to join a local underground fight club. Meanwhile, Kip begins dating Misty, a new girl he met online, but is he the bad boy she's been looking for? Written by Fox Publicity

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Animation | Comedy




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15 January 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Napoleon Dynamite Fans Will Enjoy This, But Don't Expect To Be Wowed.
25 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I wasn't sure at all what to expect from this. I thoroughly enjoy Jared Hess' films Napoleon Dynamite and Nacho Libre, but I was leery and had little faith in this being any good. The storyline was interesting and had some pretty funny parts but the whole plot revolved around a bunch of small jokes from the original movie. Basically take one liners from Napoleon Dynamite and mash them together into a zany little story. One of the most different things about this was that it wasn't grounded in reality at all. It was more like fantasy in an unreal cartoon world. It was unlike the film where its strongest aspect was it being a realistic story about some weirdo pitiful high school kids. If you liked the movie you will probably enjoy this but don't expect to be wowed.

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