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}}'''Mutsumi Saburo''', usually shortened to just '''Saburo''', is a recurring character in ''[[Sgt Frog Abridged]]''. He is a mute who hosts a radio show, [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 6|''The Saburo Caters to Lonely Japanese Girls Show'']], ("5-straight hours of compliments that probably aren't true"). His main purpose in ''SFA'' is to be ignored or [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 5|interrupted before he gets the chance to talk]]; [[Natsumi]] has a crush on him, [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 1|but even she is guilty of this]]. He finally gets a short line in [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 18|Episode 18]], voiced by fellow running gag [[MrFailGame]], who up until then was credited in every Season 2 episode as a non-speaking person or object.
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}}'''Mutsumi Saburo''', usually shortened to just '''Saburo''', is a recurring character in ''[[Sgt Frog Abridged]]''. He is a mute who hosts a radio show, [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 6|''The Saburo Caters to Lonely Japanese Girls Show'']], ("5-straight hours of compliments that probably aren't true"). His main purpose in ''SFA'' is to be ignored or [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 5|interrupted before he gets the chance to talk]]. [[Natsumi]] had a crush on him for most of the first two seasons, [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 1|but even she is guilty of ignoring him]]. He finally gets a short line in [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 18|Episode 18]], voiced by fellow running gag [[MrFailGame]], who up until then was credited in every Season 2 episode as a non-speaking person or object.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Saburo was originally voiced by DFatman in [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 1R|Episode 1R]], who gave him a faux-Irish accent; Fatman also intended to play Saburo as a drunk. When DFatman was removed from the team, [[Thorn]] and [[Yoshi]] decided to just make him a mute character.
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*Saburo was originally voiced by DFatman in [[Sgt Frog Abridged - Episode 1R|Episode 1R]], who gave him a faux-Irish accent and intended to play Saburo as a drunk. When DFatman was removed from the team, [[Thorn]] and [[Yoshi]] decided to just make him a mute character.
*Saburo's role as ignored-butt monkey in the series means that he takes the place of [[Dororo]], who was constantly ignored in the original ''Keroro Gunsou'' series.
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*Saburo's constantly ignored role is to make fun of his Gary Stu-like qualities and general uselessness in the original series.
**The team also write him being ignored to make fun of his Gary Stu status in the original series.
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**Always being ignored makes him a direct analogue to the [[Dororo]] from the original ''Keroro Gunsou''.
   
 
[[Category:Sgt Frog Abridged characters]]
 
[[Category:Sgt Frog Abridged characters]]

Revision as of 08:04, June 16, 2013

Mutsumi Saburo
Saburo
Saburo's one appearance in Episode 1
Character info
Title none
Gender Male
Race Human
Faction Earth
Voice Actor None for most of series
Voiced in SFA18 by MrFailGame
First Appearance Episode 1
Status Gag character
Mutsumi Saburo, usually shortened to just Saburo, is a recurring character in Sgt Frog Abridged. He is a mute who hosts a radio show, The Saburo Caters to Lonely Japanese Girls Show, ("5-straight hours of compliments that probably aren't true"). His main purpose in SFA is to be ignored or interrupted before he gets the chance to talk. Natsumi had a crush on him for most of the first two seasons, but even she is guilty of ignoring him. He finally gets a short line in Episode 18, voiced by fellow running gag MrFailGame, who up until then was credited in every Season 2 episode as a non-speaking person or object.

Trivia

  • Saburo was originally voiced by DFatman in Episode 1R, who gave him a faux-Irish accent and intended to play Saburo as a drunk. When DFatman was removed from the team, Thorn and Yoshi decided to just make him a mute character.
  • Saburo's constantly ignored role is to make fun of his Gary Stu-like qualities and general uselessness in the original series.
    • Always being ignored makes him a direct analogue to the Dororo from the original Keroro Gunsou.
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