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|Row 1 info = The Brown Hornet|Row 2 title = Voiced by|Row 2 info = [[Bill Cosby]]}}'''The Brown Hornet '''is the most boring thing about fat albert i mean it's only purpose is to spoil the ending and take up '''''half the damn episode '''''i mean what were they thinking He's Gonna Take You Back To The Past To Play These i can't say the next word otherwise my mom says "no more doujins" anyway the brown hornet is so dumby dumb dumb that you should always avoid him no i'm not being racisg '''''GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR uses bankai '''''well that was my review of the movie "good burger" hope you liked it! :D
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|Row 1 info = The Brown Hornet|Row 2 title = Voiced by|Row 2 info = [[Bill Cosby]]}}'''The Brown Hornet '''is the titular character of a show about an African-American superhero (a parody of the Green Hornet), whose cartoons were watched regularly by the gang. ''The Brown Hornet Show'' is about a superhero who travels in a spaceship, fighting evil whenever they threaten the universe. He is accompanied by his sidekick [[Stinger]], and [[Tweeter Beele]], a robot assistant.
   
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The Brown Hornet
Brownhornet

Name

The Brown Hornet

Voiced by

Bill Cosby

The Brown Hornet is the titular character of a show about an African-American superhero (a parody of the Green Hornet), whose cartoons were watched regularly by the gang. The Brown Hornet Show is about a superhero who travels in a spaceship, fighting evil whenever they threaten the universe. He is accompanied by his sidekick Stinger, and Tweeter Beele, a robot assistant. During initial screenings The Brown Hornet was deemed too sexualized for a general audience, and thus given a t-shirt and pants. His iconic gloves remained though.
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