Disney Wiki
Disney Wiki

"Night of the Living McFizzles" is the eleventh episode of the first season of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. It is the second part of a two-part Halloween special, and it premiered on October 15, 2012.


Zombies appear in town on Halloween night.


After riding a haunted house ride with Theresa and Debbie Kang, Randy tries to hide the fact that he was scared on it to avoid being humiliated. Howard is mad, and tries to reveal that he was scared, but with no luck.

Meanwhile, at McFist's house, McFist's attacked by a zombie, and then scared by Viceroy. Viceroy then explain that because of the combination of McFist's top secret weapons factory with the public candy factory, the newest and most popular candy, McFizzles, have been weaponized, turning anyone who eats them into zombies who crave candy.

Faced with the zombie plague, McFist resolves to let Viceroy destroy Norrisville with a doomsday device, and though he changes his mind after realizing Marci would be obliterated, breaks the machine and is unable to stop it.

Randy is able to figure out a disgusting solution to the zombie plague, while Viceroy convinces McFist to turn the still-armed doomsday weapon on the McFizzles factory, sending a rain of the treats over Norrisville...a rain which Howard promptly starts to eat the McFizzles and turns back into a zombie again and Randy is started to scared of horror.


The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Night of the Living McFizzles.


  • The title is based off the 1968's horror film Night of the Living Dead.
  • This episode takes place after, the event of the previous episode, "Dawn of the Driscoll".
  • The episode makes a reference to the Nightmare on Elm Street movie, having a street named Elm Street.
  • This is the first episode that the NinjaNomicon did not give any lessons and make an appearance
  • Besides Randy's half-a-cow and Howard's Viceroy costume, many other characters show up in costume as well:
    • Debbie Kang wears a costume based on the Mexican Death Bear.
    • Theresa's costume is Stevens, sunglasses and trombone included.
    • McFist appears as a Pirate (with his arm-brain dressed as a lobster) and Marci as a vixen.
    • Glenn dresses as a vampire.
    • Rachel wears a jack-o'-lantern costume.
    • One of the zombies is dressed as "The Puncher" from the Grave Puncher franchise.
  • The music video Thriller is referenced, as one of the first zombies seen in the group of zombies is wearing a red jacket that looks like Michael Jackson's outfit.
  • The corridor scene is a reference to the movie The Shining, as the Blonde Twins are dressed like the Grady girls.
  • It is shown for the first time that Theresa has a crush on Randy.
  • The Whoopee World haunted house ride has signs reading both "Scary House" and "Haunted Mansion."
  • The exterior of the house in which Howard, Theresa, and Randy take shelter is modeled after the Bates home in Alfred Hitchcock's film Psycho (1960).
  • Both Theresa Fowler and Debbie Kang makes her first speaking appearances.
  • Debbie Kang wears a costume based off the Mexican Death Bear.
  • Theresa Fowler's costume is Stevens, glasses and trombone included.
  • Although "Viva El Nomicon" aired after this episode, this episode is chronologically before it because McFist bought Whoopee World in "Viva El Nomicon", and it's mentioned in this episode that McFist Industries owns Whoopee World.
  • Randy shows off two new weapons and one new move in this episode: the "Ninja Tripping Balls," the "Ninja Blocking Wedge," and the "Ninja Puking Poke."
  • The episode both starts and ends with a shot of a screaming boy's vibrating uvula, first when Buttermaker is riding the Whoopee World haunted house ride and finally when Randy witnesses Howard's second zombie transmogrification.
  • Plus, the corridor scene is a reference to the movie The Shining.
  • The doomsday device was the same doomsday device from the previous episode "Dawn of Discroll".
  • Howard's trick-or-treat bag is based off of Viceroy's robot Otto.
  • This is the first time to take place entirely at night.

External links

Randy Cunningham Logo.png This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from the Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja Wiki. The list of authors can be seen in the page revision history (view authors). As with Disney Wiki, the text of the Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja Wiki is available under the CC-by-SA Free Documentation License.

v - e - d
Randy Cunningham 9th Grade Ninja logo.png
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade NinjaPunchocalypseEnter the NinjaNomiconNinja SprintMonster Mayhem
Randy CunninghamHoward WeinermanTheresa FowlerDebbie KangRachelBucky HensletterPradeepStevensFlute GirlMaraca BoyMorganDancing FishHeidi WeinermanJuggoJulianCass SimonsonJacquesLevander HartBrentBash JohnsonButtermakerMickDoug JaminskiRanginald BagelDickieMiss ZingwaldMarci McFistMr. BannisterPrincipal SlimovitzS. Ward Smith • Brock Octane • Pitch KickhamSinjin Knightfire • Brawn Brickwall • Father McFistPlop PlopFirst NinjaNicholasNeil ApestrongMcFreaks (characters)Ninja of 2005The CreepBlonde TwinsRhymez's Rap PosseRudd RhymezMrs. DriscollCoach Green

Villains: The SorcererThe Sorcerer's RatWillem ViceroyHannibal McFistCatfish BoorayJerry DriscollMac AntfeeThe SorceressTenguNomiRandyEvil JulianKrackenstein • Robo-Snake • Robo-Frog • Robo-Lizard • Slaying MantisPsycho-Bot • Disciplinarian • Franz NukidJack HammerChessbot 5000 • Chainsaw Werewolves • Snowman Robot • Elf Robots • RhinosaurusPunk-Bots • Monk-Bots • Robo-Hooligans • Armor-Dillo • McFist Product Bot • Polar Bear Bot • Shark-Dermanator • Whoopee 2.0 • Amp-Bots • Berserkers • Laser Tag Robots • Cowboy Bots • Assassin Bot • Robo-Hound • Destructo-Bot • P. A. L. • Queen Gabnidine • Blob Monster •

Season One: "Last Stall on the Left" • "Got Stank?" • "So U Think U Can Stank" • "McFists of Fury" • "Gossip Boy" • "House of 1,000 Boogers" • "Monster Dump" • "Attack of the Killer Potatoes" • "The Tale of the Golden Doctor's Note" • "Dawn of the Driscoll" • "Night of the Living McFizzles" • "Viva El Nomicon" • "30 Seconds to Math" • "Monster Drill" • "Silent Punch, Deadly Punch" • "Stank'd to the Future" • "Wave Slayers" • "Sword Quest" • "Nukid on the Block" • "Weinerman Up" • "Evil Spirit Week" • "Der Monster Klub" • "Grave Puncher: The Movie!" • "Escape from Detention Island" • "Bash Johnson: 11th Grade Ninja" • "Shoob Tube" • "Stanks Like Teen Spirit" • "Raiders of the Lost Nomicon" • "Rise of the Planet of the Robo-Apes" • "Secret Stache" • "Hip Hopocalypse Now" • "Ninja Camp" • "McFear Factor" • "Randy Cunningham and the Sorcerer's Key" • "The Ninja Identity" • "The Ninja Supremacy" • "Enter the Nomicon" • "Swampy Seconds" • "McSatchlé" • "Fart-Topia" • "The McHugger Games" • "McFreaks" • "Sorcerer in Love" • "Pranks for Nothing" • "Lucius O’Thunderpunch" • "Bring Me the Head of Ranginald Bagel!" • "Weinerman Tested, Cunningham Approved" • "Sorcerer in Love 2: The Sorceress' Revenge" • "McOne Armed and Dangerous" • "Shloomp! There It Is!" • "Randy Cunningham: 13th Century Ninja"

Season Two: "Flume-Igation" • "On the Poolfront" • "Welcome Back Catfish" • "All the Juice That's Fish to Swim" • "Julian's Birthday Surprise" • "True Bromance" • "Unstank My Hart" • "Whoopee 2: The Wrath of Whoopee 2" • "M-M-M-my Bologna" • "Everybody Ninj-along" • "Fudge Factory" • "Best Buds" • "Otto Know Better" • "Brolateral Damage" • "Let the Wonk One In" • "The Curse of Mudfart" • "Shoot First, Ask Questions Laser" • "Ninjception" • 'Happy Hanukkah, Howard Weinerman!" • "Snow-Klahoma!" • "Randy Cunningham's Day Off" • "Bro-ing Down the House" • "Living in Shooblivion" • "McNinja - Brought to You by McFist" • "Mastermind of Disastermind" • "The Brawn Also Rises" • "Debbie Meddle" • "Aplopalypse Now" • "Rorg: Hero of a Past" • "Mort-al Combat" • "Wonkin' for the Weekend" • "Ninjafan" • "When Howie Met Randy" • "Bro Money Bro Problems" • "The Three Mascot-teers" • "Escape from Scrap City" • "Space Cow-Bros" • "The Fresh Principal of Norrisville High" • "The Prophecy of Hat Sword" • "Fake Fight for Your Right to Party" • "McCluckerbusters" • "Let Them Eat Cake Fries" • "Club Ninja-dise" • "To Smell and Back" • "Big Trouble in Little Norrisville" • "Winner Takes Ball" • "Ball's Well That Friends Well"

NorrisvilleNorrisville High • Mt. Chuck • Lake LaRussoMcFist IndustriesWhoopee WorldGreg's Game HoleRandy Cunningham's House • Howard Weinerman's House • Flackville High • Detention IslandLand of ShadowsScrap City
NinjaNomiconNinja MaskNinja SuitNinja ScarfNinja Sword • Ninja Sai • Ninja Spikes • Ninja Rings • Ninja Ukulele • Smoke Bombs • Chain Sickle • Eskrima • Manrikigusari • Ninja BallsSkunk-Pine • Mood Juice • Sorcerer's KeyStankChaos PearlsEye of EternityMcSquiddles
What the Juice?Detention Deficit DisorderHis Name is CatfishSmart HowardThe Ninja of NorrisvilleNinjafan of NorrisvilleI Want it All (Big Shoppin')