Fudêncio e Seus Amigos (partially lost Brazilian animated series; 2005-2011)

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Status: Partially Lost

Fudêncio e Seus Amigos (lit. Fudêncio and his friends) is an adult-targeted Brazilian animated series. The series was created by Thiago Martins, Marco Pavão and Flávia Boggio for the now-extinct MTV Brasil. A total of six seasons featuring 179 episodes were produced and aired in Brazil from August 23rd, 2005 to August 25th, 2011. A movie was also planned, but never produced. [1]

After MTV Brasil ended in 2013, the series can only be watched through the internet, although some episodes are not available anywhere, with their existence only being known by episode lists. There are four lost episodes in Season 2, eleven episodes in Season 3, two in Season 4 and two in Season 5, totalizing nineteen lost episodes.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The series takes place in an elementary school, featuring a group of 9-year old friends studying in a fourth grade class with a strict teacher, who often distributes "negative points" for her students. The characters include Fudêncio, a misbehaved plastic toy child, Conrado, an intelligent and savvy but extremely unlucky kakhi, Funérea, a depressed smoker goth, Zé Maria, a flamboyant trans girl, Safeno, a sick boy with several diseases, and Popoto, a mentally challenged 36-year old man who has repeated fourth grade for decades.

Although the school is the main setting, the kids have adventures in several other places, such as each other's houses and countless school trips. Usually, Conrado ends up arrested or otherwise in an unfortunate situation (often, but not always, unfairly), while Fudêncio gets the good ending, when he has done something bad or nothing at all.

List of Lost Episodes[edit | edit source]

Season 2[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Literal Translation Air Date Notes
1 Caso Barata Cockroach Case July 22, 2006
  • The title suggests this episode revolved around character Baltazar Barata, a polite cockroach gentleman who is Fudêncio's tutor and acts as his father.
  • The inverted audio for the episode's title was reused in the second season finale Ahhtata Rabuzac.
2 Veneno de Ratazana Rat Poison July 29, 2006
3 Silêncio no Tribunal Silence In Court September 2, 2006[2]
  • In this episode, a school statue is destroyed, and Fudêncio and Conrado are the main suspects, so the school promotes a trial to decide who is guilty.
4 Alma Peidada Farted Soul September 2, 2006[3]
  • This episode's plot was about Fudêncio and friends exploding a bomb inside their ears so they can die for a few seconds, but later having to deal with "hidden forces" due to their actions.
  • The season 2 episode "Ahhtata Rabuzac" features a clip from this episode, where Zé Maria explodes a bomb inside her ear.

Season 3[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Literal Translation Air Date Notes
1 Reciclando e Andando Recycling and Walking May 15, 2007
  • The title is wordplay on brazilian saying "cagando e andando", which translates to "shitting and walking" and means not caring about something"
2 Quem Sabe se Fu!!! Who Knows If Fu!!! May 17, 2007
3 Terrorísmio May 22, 2007
4 Os Kubrusly The Kubrusly May 29, 2007
5 Concurso Destrua o Caqui Contest Destroy the Kakhi May 31, 2007
6 Hóspede Hospedeiro Hosting Host December 4, 2007
7 Peruíbe Topa Tudo Peruíbe Accepts Anything December 5, 2007
8 Zoofilia Zoophilia December 13, 2007
9 Safeno Bizarro Bizarre Safeno December 20, 2007
10 Pequeno Príncipe Little Prince December 26, 2007
11 Caos Aéreo Aerial Chaos December 27, 2007
  • Last episode of the season and last episode to premiere in 2007.

Season 4[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Literal Translation Air Date Notes
1 Planeta Sustentável Sustainable Planet May 7, 2008
2 Who Have Ass Have Fear December 1, 2008
  • Part of the miniseries Fudêncio 2000.
  • The title is an intentionally misspelled translation of Brazilian proverb "quem tem cu tem medo", which translates to "who has ass, has fear", which means everyone has a fear.

Season 5[edit | edit source]

# Episode Title Literal Translation Air Date Notes
1 O Regime do Popoto Popoto's Diet May 5, 2009
2 Rodando Bolsinha Spinning Little Purses May 26, 2009

References[edit | edit source]