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Keroro: Chew Gum? de arimasu
ケロロ ガム噛む? であります
Keroro: Gamu Kamu? de arimasu
Season +
Air date November 1, 2008
Screenplay Hiroaki Kitajima +
Storyboard Tatsuya Igarashi +
Direction Naohiko Kyougoku +
Animation director Yumiko Ishii +
Animation supervisor Satoshi Koike +
Production assistance STMATS +
Previous episode: Episode 235
This episode: Episode 236
Keroro: Chew Gum? de arimasu
Tamama: Tamama Tango de arimasu
Related to manga?
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Keroro: Chew Gum? de arimasu (ケロロ ガム噛む? であります Keroro: Gamu Kamu? de arimasu) is the A-part of the 236th episode of the anime Keroro Gunso

CharactersEdit

PlotEdit

The episode starts in an invasion meeting held up by Keroro. During the meeting, Kururu distracts his platoon members by constantly chewing gum, making Giroro furious and attempting to attack him until he enters his lab. When Giroro and his peers somehow got into the lab, they suddenly found Kururu with his newest invention: Chikululu Adams, a gum-growing tree. When Kururu introduces the trees to Giroro, he purposely throws a piece into Giroro's mouth, lowering his blood pressure and excitement. He then gives three others to Keroro, Tamama and Mois, which all have three different side effects: Keroro becomes more concentrated, Tamama gets fresh breath and Mois mimicks Kururu's signature "ku ku ku" laugh. The platoon afterwards have an idea, and that is selling their gum products across Pekopon. However, the plan didn't go as it should, and Chikululu Adams rot itself to the core, ruining their plan. 

Differences between the manga and animeEdit

Note: This episode focuses on manga chapter 128.

  • Mois, Satsuki and Yayoi don't appear in the original manga where the episode was based from.
  • When Giroro was melting thanks to Kururu's chewing gum, the Japanese Katakana text "とろーん (to melt)" was appearing behind Giroro in the manga, but in the anime the text was right in front of him.

TriviaEdit

  • Dororo doesn't appear in this episode.
  • This is one of the episodes where Giroro is used as a guinea pig, which has become a common running gag throughout the show.
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