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

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Title card.

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.

In the second season's last episode, "Ahhtata Rabuzac", features a clip from one of the lost episodes of Season 2 listed below, as all Season 1 episodes are found and none of them have this scene. The scene has Zé Maria exploding a bomb inside her ear.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The plot consists of adult-themed, intentionally shocking but funny stories involving a group of five 9-year-old school friends including Fudêncio, a punk boy who wears no clothes, Conrado, a politically correct but extremely unlucky kakhi boy, Funérea, a drug-addicted depressed girl and Zé Maria, a witty trans girl.

List of Lost Episodes[edit | edit source]

Season 2[edit | edit source]

  • Caso Barata
  • Veneno de Ratazana
  • Alma Peidada
  • Silêncio no Tribunal

Season 3[edit | edit source]

  • Reciclando e Andando
  • Quem sabe se Fu!!!
  • Terrorísmio
  • Os Kubrusly
  • Concurso Destrua o Caqui
  • Hóspede Hospedeiro
  • Peruíbe Topa Tudo
  • Zoofilia
  • Safeno Bizarro
  • Pequeno Príncipe
  • Caos Aéreo

Season 4[edit | edit source]

  • Planeta Sustentável
  • Who Have Ass Have Fear

Season 5[edit | edit source]

  • O Regime do Popoto
  • Rodando Bolsinha

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Blog post announcing the series premiere. Archived from the original link in December 13, 2009.