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"Big Trouble in Little Norrisville" is the forty-fifth episode of the second season (and ninety-seventh episode overall) of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. It premiered on June 22, 2015.


Randy and Howard come across a mysterious ancient idol, a Sorcerer's Ball, while on a field trip to Little Norrisville.


The Class of Randy and Howard goes on a School Field Trip with Principal Slimovitz to Little Norrisville for some cite seeing. Randy and Howard sneak out of the tour and visit the store to buy some merchandise, until Howard hears sounds and it's coming towards a mysterious Idol. When Howard took the Idol a mysterious figure showed up to the store to get the idol but the storekeeper told him that it's been taken.

Randy and Howard return to the tour Howard wishes with the Idol that they where back in school his wishes came true by Knocking down the statues Silmovitz tells the class that field trip is over going back to the bus. While in the bus randy and howard talk about the idol nomicon alerts randy while howard gets frustrate by wishing the book to shut it. Then the bus driver saw the mysterious figure from before and it's being chased causing it to crash in Little Norrisville every panic and leave the bus.

Randy face the mysterious figure but zaps him and tossing randy to the gong museum The figure then rips the bus and tries to get the idol from howard Randy manages to toss away the figure with his Boom Balls and lands causing his back to hurt. Both Howard and Randy stop by to the shop for safety until both broke the idol that turns out to be a Sorcerer Ball that causes Howard's wishes to coming true the figure returns. Randy faces him again who turns out to be Evil Julian in Disguise trying to find the sorcerer ball all along Howard shows up telling Julian to get the ball.

Howard keeps wishing until he crushed Julian with the store sign. Then back to the bus randy tells Howard about what they did about Julian then Randy throws away the empty sorcerer ball and crushed by the bus and it still has droplets on it which causing it to drop into the sewage with green smoke coming out.

To Be Continued...


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  • The title is a reference to the 1986 film Big Trouble in Little China.
  • In this episode, the advice wasn't given to Randy, but Howard instead, and it wasn't from the NinjaNomicon, but instead it was from the store manager in little Norrisville.
  • The "wishing idol" in which the Sorcerer's Ball is hidden is in the form of a "Maneki-neko" or "Beckoning Cat," a traditional Japanese figurine believed to bring good luck.
  • This is the third time Randy's Ninja Scarf got torn. The first was "All the Juice That's Fish to Swim" and the second was "Living in Shooblivion".
  • Howard once again shows the strange capability of grabbing a Sorcerer's Ball barehanded and now even use it's power frequently without getting corrupted by it, something not even Randy as the Ninja managed to do.
  • When Ghoulian becomes distracted by Howard's wish, Randy dodges his punch which breaks the tar which takes 4000 newtons(899.24 pounds), proving Ghoulian's strength.
  • This episode continues in "Winner Takes Ball".
  • James Hong guest starred as the Shopkeeper.

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