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DFL!: King Prawn

rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

Credits & Info

Jun 11, 2001 | 11:08 AM EDT
  • Weekly Users' Choice June 13, 2001
  • Daily Feature June 12, 2001

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Author Comments

Welcome to the first animated cooking show hosted by an appetizer. Deep Fried, Live! with Tako the Octopus is an entertaining, enlightening, and often dangerous look at the mysteries and methodology of modern food preparation. It’s the ultimate culinary spectacle, offering secret ingredients (that refuse to be cooked), in depth cooking science, printable recipes, and direct links to the latest cookware and ingredients. It’s also a thorough exploration of how much damage one octopus can do with an unlimited supply of kitchen artillery.

In the second episode, entitled "King Prawn", our chef and hero Tako the Octopus battles a giant radioactive crustacean in attempts to whip up a tasty plate of shrimp.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good, but still room to improve

Like I have said in my past reviews for this series; the sound is perfect. The voice and the music are amazing. The only negative side to this is that the humor is weak in some spots. If you can fix that up so I am laughing the whole way through, this will be amoung my favorites.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


See my review of the first episode... 10's across the board. Awsome acting and music, this was funnier than the last, the violence was just kiddy enough to be awsome, ALL THE BUTTONS for the interactivity 10, and the style and graphics were again, indubitably incredible. Awsome job, man.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

king prawn hhahaha

funny adventure game to wow thats realy funny


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This flash is so original

You really need to be on Food Network. It would be awesome to see something like this on TV. Don't stop making these.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


reminds me a little of that show called "Good Eats" lots of info
with a comidic twist to make things interesting