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"Whoopee 2: The Wrath of Whoopee 2" is the eighth episode of the second season (and sixtieth episode overall) of Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. It premiered on October 1, 2014.


Randy and Howard rescue their favorite animatronic rock star from Whoopee World, only to discover he isn’t who he seems to be.


Randy and Howard eagerly attend Whoopee World to watch Woopee perform with it's band, during the performance Principal Slimovitz behaves like a crazy fan and tries to get on stage shirtless but is stopped by Whoopee's Robo-Apes bodyguards.

After the performance the two began walking chatting about how they would wish they could meet him in person, at the same time Slimovitz comes and trying to gain entry backstage but is stopped once again by the bodyguard. Randy comments that Whoopee has crazy fans. Howard notices that the door backstage is unguarded and suggest that they should go in and meet with Whoopee, Randy hesitates but Howard manages to convince him by stated that Woopee was unprotected due to the bodyguard being preoccupied with Slimovitz and using Randy's own words that there are crazy fans after Whoopee.

Randy is convinced and both enter and meet Whoopee, Randy is content with seeing Whoopee being okay and suggest that they should go but Howard asks him if he's in danger which Whoopee replied with it's programmed response, leaving Randy confused, he consults the nomicon, where he is given the lesson

Danger lies in protecting that which needs no protection.

Randy thinking the Nomicon meant that Whoopee was in danger, tells Howard that they should take Whoopee with them. After they leave, the guard returns and sees that Whoopee is gone, the alarm is raised. Back at McFists Industries, McFists orders Viceroy to make another Whoopee Robot, Viceroy who is extremely sadden that Whoopee was stolen vows to create a new Whoopee but that won't be stolen easily.

Randy and Howard are walking with whoopee feeling proud for themselves for having saved whoopee, they stop momentarily as Howard was getting uncomfortable being in Whoopee's pouch. Randy is having a hard time getting Howard out and asks whoopee for help but whoopee simply response with his usual answer. Randy manages to get Howard out but pulls his aside discusses with why Whoopee keeps repeating the same thing. Howard turns back around to ask whoopee directly but sees that Whoopee has disappeared, the two freakout, meanwhile Whoopee is walking by himself on the sidewalk, when Slimovitz drives next to him after noticing him and offers him a ride back to Whoopee World.

After the two arrive backstage, they are greeted by the replacement Whoopee made by Viceroy, Whoopee 2 behaves the opposite of the original Whoopee and attacks the two of them. He takes original Whoopee and leaving Slimovitz tied to a chair

Randy and Howard return back to Whoopee World, Randy wants to tell the guards hat they had stole and loss Whoopee but Howard tries to run away. At the moment, the Whoopee performance starts on stage and the two are happy that Whoopee is back and attend the show but Randy is quick to notice that Whoopee isn't acting as he should and quickly gets on stage as The Ninja. Whoopee 2 tailwips him, causing him to fly backwards, but he also notices that original Whoopee is tied up dangling high up.

Randy tries to save Whoopee but has to fight Whoopee 2 and the Robo-ape bodyguards. Randy manages to take out the guards and Whoopee 2 while saving original Whoopee.

The duo walk back home, with Randy saying that shouldn't have tried to save Whoopee when he didn't needed it but Howard ignores. At the end, Whoopee walks backstage and is shown that Slimovitz is still tied to a chair and asks Whoopee to untie him but once again, whoopee gives his usual answer.

NinjaNomicon Lesson

Danger Lies in Protecting that Which needs no Protection.


  • The title may be a pun on the 1982 sci-fi film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
  • Running Gag:
    • Whoopee constantly saying "Well, yeah!"
  • McFist doesn't really care about Whoopee.
  • In the part where Randy in the NinjaNomicon with the lesson after Randy doing his dance of the famous Kpop dance move of "Gangnam Style" from PSY.
  • This episode shows that Whoopee is an animatronic animal made by Viceroy.
  • People don't appear to know that Whoopee is an animatronic robot.
  • Principal Slimovitz's first name is revealed to be Irving.
  • This episode contains a short called "Never Blame a Fart on Whoopee" as an outtake.
  • Randy is apparently aware that Whoopee 2 was a robot built by Viceroy but doesn't seem to know it's the same with the original Whoopee.
    • Or perhaps, there's a chance that Randy might have pieced it together but is simply in denial.


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