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"M-M-M-my Bologna" is the ninth episode of the second season (and sixty-first episode overall) of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. It premiered on October 2, 2014.


Randy and Howard must take care of a bologna “baby” for science class, and it mysteriously comes to life.


The scene begins with Randy dashing towards his classroom and tripped over the boney leg of skeleton of Jerry Driscoll but managed to get to his seat. Mrs. Driscoll said that it was time that the students learned how to take care of babies, she gives each pair of students a piece of baloney, saying that they need to take care of it til the end of school to get a passing grade. Randy started laughing at, stating that she had finally lose her sanity. While Howard treats it like a real baby and calls it Sylvester balone. Howard showed confidence bover their project, stating that he's got this, Randy questions his ability of being able to take care of the baby but Howard strongly protests and starts holding his breath until Randy let's him show how he's got this. Just then the Nomicon begins ringing for Randy, he enters the Nomicon where it gives him the lesson, Only when the student is willing to learn, will the teacher appear. Randy thinks of the opposite of the meaning and believe that he's the teacher while Howard's the student.

Meanwhile at McFist Industries, in Mcfist's office. Mcfist is playing old games not paying attention to Viceroy's new invention, Mood Juice, a source of unlimited power which can fuel any Ninja destroying robot by feeding off of the hostility of those around it. He demonstrates but pouring a bit of it into a fly-bot and having it fly around Mcfist. Mcfist begins swatting at it but it only makes it more violent. Having proved himself Viceroy sets the fly off towards to Norrisville High.

Back at the school Randy and Howard are sitting at a bench outside, Randy is trying to put a diaper on Sylvester but it keeps falling out. Howard decides to do it himself but fails at it too. Stating he can only do it on himself. And begins to demonstrate while Randy laughs at it. Just then the robo-fly makes its way to the school and starts causing havoc on the students prompting to become The Ninja while taking Sylvester with him to keep him safe. When the Ninja shows up to face the fly, it's revealed that flies don't bother Randy at all, no matter how much it lands on his face. Randy does not show any negative emotions. Mcfist and Viceroy are seen in a car watching the events unfold. Mcfist begins yelling at Viceroy for making the one thing that doesn't bother the Ninja. Randy manages to catch the fly off guard and slice it with his sword, however the mood juice splashed all over Sylvester. After a brief moment of Randy laughing at Howard for wearing a diaper and wasn't aware that the baloney had grown eyes.

Back at the classroom, the students at seen handing over their baloney babies over to Mrs. Driscoll for inspection, when it was Randy and Howard's turn, the teacher decided to do a more thorough inspection and stuck a thermostat into one of the ends of the baloney, that cause the now mutant baloney to transform into a large monster. It takes Mrs. Driscoll hostage and began destroying the school. The Ninja showed up but found himself unable to do any real damage to the baloney monster. The mutant baloney grew bigger and bigger until it crashed through the ceiling which caused it let go of Mrs. Driscoll but was caught by the Ninja. The monster had began to climb up, breaking through the floors, Randy caught the monster by his chain sickle and continued the fight on the roof. Randy was unable to think of any solution until he was reminded of his lesson.

He decided to trust the Nomicon, he let his guard down got thrown through the ground where he ended up back into the classroom, he saw Howard and realized the true meaning of the lesson. After he admitted, he was wrong and asked how to solve this, Howard responded by stating that a lullaby was used to calm him down whenever he caused a tantrum. The Monster had then grabbed Randy out of nowhere, brought him to the roof, Randy started to calm Sylvester down but stopped momentarily because he felt stupid to which Sylvester shook the Ninja violently. Howard then showed up and started singing his own song which worked immediately. Sylvester shrank back down to his original size and the mood juice then spilled out of the baloney and tried to attack Randy only for it to be destroyed by a Tengu fireball.

The episode ends with Randy and Howard having sandwiches with baloney, and Sylvester is seen cut in half inside a lunchbox.


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  • The title is based on "Weird Al" Yankovic's "My Bologna", which parodies "My Sharona" by The Knack.
  • The name of Randy and Howard's baby, Sylvester Bologne, is a pun of the name of actor Sylvester Stallone.
  • It's been revealed that Howard can put on a diaper all by himself.
  • The indestructible McPeepers is seen again since "Weinerman Tested, Cunningham Approved".
  • Randy reveals in this episode that flies don't bother him.
  • When Randy is captured by Sylvester Bologne as a monster and his climbs the Norrisville High. Sylvester parallels the climatic scenes from the classic 1933 monster film King Kong.
  • Running Gag:
    • McFist playing with his old toys.

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