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Jul 17, 2010 | 2:23 AM EDT
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Go! Go! Parody Rangers: THE MOVIE - Part 3 "Race Against Slime"
[Runtime: - 17 Minutes]

After a sexilicous night of rest and preparation, the Rangers finally set out into the darkest, most dangerous depths of the Planet Buut2dahed in order to gain a powerful new power of powerness. They arrive back in Angel Grove with a whole railroad's worth of power and the sinister Evan Splooge's "Orgasmotrons" are already wreaking havoc across the city! But when the violet villain takes matters into his own little munchy-thing hands, they alone can't stop his might! It will take every able set of hands to put an end to this insanity! The Parody Ranger Legend concludes today!

This film is NOT for kids and contains plenty of inappropriate (not to mention, immature) humor. If this sort of thing isn't up your alley or if you are offended by such content in any way, please feel free to give it a pass. Otherwise, to the fans who've followed along with Parody Rangers previously, I hope you enjoy it for what it is and have some fun!

Thanks everyone for sticking with the Parody Rangers series for the past several years and hope you gotta laugh or two along the way. Enjoy the big finale!



Rated 5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010

Worth the wait.

While I do have to admit, it didn't seem quite as funny as the previous ones, this final episode still packed a comedic punch, especially if you do like a bit of self depreciative/slightly retrospective humor. The animation overall is much better as well, if you like Kirb's style.


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010


funny as hell from start to finish.


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010

I guess it somewhat true. " All about the jokes"

Funny stuff here. Great job with the jokes and voice acting.

Its been quite a tale that is so different and yet familiar at the same time.

Keep up the unpredictable work in the future with other projects.


Rated 5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010

Ten pounds of awesome in a five-pound bag

So great, in fact, that it actually was worth waiting all this time for. Awesome from the setup to the end of the credits -- great animation and voices, great music and synch, and most of all great writing. I applaud your hilarity and am glad I got to vote during Judgement. Your parody rules!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 17, 2010

Not the best...

But pretty damn good.
Some of the jokes I didnt get (The princess and the frog fieasco?)
and most of it was just sex jokes, but there was one moment that just summed up newgrounds perfectly.
Other than that it was pretty damn good, the ending made no sence, but I dont really care. I thought the Zet/Neko relationship could have been done better, and thats where the disapointment comes in, I was really looking forward to them and their pillow talk. All and all, a good ending.

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Kirbopher responds:

Reference to "The Frog Princess" being the original title of "The Princess and the Frog" which caused some racial issues.