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|Original Airdate||June 19, 2014|
Fang Gang Log Toss
For a full transcript of "High Five", click here.
- Slumbo Kraw Mix
- Slumbo Kraw Murp
- This is the shortest episode thus far, at only thirty seconds long like most television commercials, while the longest so far are A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig, Every Knight Has Its Day, and Nixel, Nixel, Go Away.
- Chomly is drooling for the entirety of this episode.
- This episode also shows Chomly pulling objects out of his mouth.
- When Chomly wanted Kraw and Slumbo to mix, Kraw happily touched the cubit, but Slumbo slowly did it with a rude-like hand motion and a face that looked like he had an attitude. This might mean that he dislikes Chomly, which may have been from the events of Fang Gang Log Toss, or, like usual, he was sleepy.
- Kraw appears in this episode, but he doesn't speak.
- Slumbo only has one line in this episode.
- A scene from the short is used as the Check It 4.0. "Next" bumper for Mixels on Cartoon Network, starting with A Quest for the Lost Mixamajig airings.
- This is the fourth appearance of a Murp. ("Murp", "Snow Half Pipe", "Fang Gang Log Toss")
- It is the first appearance of a Murp that does not involve Flain.
- This is the second appearance of Chomly. ("Fang Gang Log Toss")
- When Chomly is talking while kneeling behind the log, his jaw clips through the log, with the drool passing further through.
- In Kraw's last two shots, he is angled far too much to the right.
- When Kraw is trying to catch the cubit, part of his jaw disappears.
- At random times during the episode, Chomly's drool stops moving.
- While behind the log, Chomly's claws are blunt instead of pointed.
- Chomly's gold tooth is in the wrong spot.
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Sources and References
|Mixels Series 2 (June 2014)|