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Hey yo, it's A to the O! Back again with another video!

―Annoying Orange's intro

Later hot potaters!

―Annoying Orange's outro, spoken on his gaming channel

The Annoying Orange is an American series of YouTube videos originally created by Dane Boedigheimer (Dane Boe) and his company GagFilms (now called Annoying Orange, Inc.). The series originally started out as one video, but because of its growing popularity, Boedigheimer decided to create a series. To date, the series has a total of 12 seasons (one for each year) and more than hundreds of episodes.

The first videos were uploaded under Boedigheimer's YouTube channel daneboe, but then Boedigheimer created a channel dedicated to Orange after the sixth video was released.

Cartoon Network was involved in a lawsuit because of Annoying Orange copyright issues.

In 2014, he made a server in Minecraft called Orangecraft

In 2015 or 2016 they introduced Rebecca Parham, also known as Let Me Explain Studios.

Gaming channel[]

Annoying Orange also has a gaming channel. This channel is the second and gaming channel user of Annoying Orange. Also the others characters make gameplays on Annoying Orange Gaming channel.


Orange's history may have begun before the series debuted; a talking orange first appeared in one of Boedigheimer's videos on March 16, 2007.

The actual show features the misadventures of Orange, a talking orange who lives on a kitchen counter as he annoys the food he meets with lame puns, weird noises, braying laugh, and unintelligence. The episodes usually result in the food having some form of painful death, which he tries to warn them about. Other characters include Pear, his best friend who still is annoyed by him, Passion Fruit, his love interest, Midget Apple, a tiny apple who often acts as a voice of reason with Pear, and Marshmallow, a young marshmallow with a buckload of childish interests, as well as a few other characters such as the narcissistic Grapefruit, narcoleptic Grandpa Lemon, the irritable Liam the Leperchaun, and the actual Knife.


Main characters[]



Orange is the main character around which the series is based. Voiced by Dane Boedigheimer, he has appeared in every episode since the start of the series on October 9, 2009, which is also his birthday. Orange has yellow teeth, blue-grey eyes, and a very hilarious laugh. Episodes are characterized by his taunting and annoying his victims-to-be with his adolescent behavior that frequently includes burping, pestering, puns, and play-on-words. These actions often infuriate the other character to the point where they start yelling at him to shut up, only to have Orange warn them of their impending doom: evisceration with a chef's knife, a blender or other devices. He has a famous quote, which comes after someone calls him something: "No, I'm not. I'm an orange!" Boedigheimer describes the character as a composite of people in their life, saying "everyone knows somebody like him: They don't listen, they are annoying, and at the same time they are kind of lovable".

First appearance - October 9, 2009 (The Annoying Orange)
Voiced by: Dane Boedigheimer




Pear lives on the same kitchen counter as Orange, and the deuteragonist. He is a Bartlett pear, and despite being partners with Orange he is also annoyed by him. Pear started out wanting to die as Pear was annoying his best partner too much, but calmed down soon later and became close with Orange. They are currently best partners, and Pear actually does somewhat annoying things with Orange on some occasions, particularly on Wazzup episodes. He is a kind and brotherly character, often acting as a voice of reason. He is also more intelligent that Orange. Though he is constantly annoyed by Orange, he really cares about him deep down.

First appearance – October 9, 2009 (The Annoying Orange)
Voiced by: Dane Boedigheimer

Passion Fruit[]



Passion Fruit, simply called Passion by her friends, is a passion fruit. She lives on the same counter in the same kitchen as the others, having been brought into the kitchen along with Grapefruit, who later got cut up by Knife. Orange has a crush on her and tries not to admit it. Although she eventually became friends with the other fruits, Passion is still turned off by insults and scolds Pear and Orange whenever they engage in them. She often will try to settle issues and stop Orange from being annoying. She has a twin sister named Mandy (first appeared in the December 24, 2010 episode "Wishful Thinking") who has kissed Pear under the mistletoe.

First appearance – February 19, 2010 (Passion of the Fruit)
Voiced by: Justine Ezarik

Midget Apple[]


Midget Apple

Midget Apple is a very tiny Red Delicious apple that appeared in the kitchen in the August 6, 2010 episode, “Crabapple”. He is a frenemy of Orange, Pear, Passion and Marshmallow. He prefers to be called "Little Apple". He has the personality of a middle child, and is Marshmallow's best friend.

First appearance – August 6, 2010 (Crabapple)
Voiced by: Dane Boedigheimer




Marshmallow is a small, childlike marshmallow that Orange befriended after both of them were kidnapped by Jigsaw in the September 24, 2010 episode, Annoying Saw 2: The Annoying Death Trap. After succeeding in annoying Jigsaw, Marshmallow moved into the kitchen and shares counter space with Midget Apple. It is a reacurring gag in the series that they would catch fire or suffer a misfortune similar to the other foods that Orange has annoyed, however Marshmallow seems to be unaffected by these, as they are even shown bathing in a mug of hot chocolate. Although they are very sweet and cheerful, they are very dangerous when angered. A joke in FAQ's is that Marshmallow is never stated to be a boy or a girl. Marshmallow recently came out as non-binary[2]

First appearance – September 24, 2010 (Annoying Saw 2: The Annoying Death Trap)
Voiced by: Dane Boedigheimer

Grandpa Lemon[]


Grandpa Lemon

Grandpa Lemon first appeared in "Grandpa Lemon" on June 4, 2010. He is an elderly lemon, who is forgetful, narcoleptic, and has terrible hearing. Orange tried to annoy him, but couldn't because of Grandpa Lemon's memory loss and sleeping habit. He was sliced in half by Knife, and made part of the Frankenfruit monster in the October 29, 2010 episode "Frankenfruit". He has since become a recurring character. In some episodes, he is seen riding a motor bike, which is possibly his original occupation. He is one of the most favorite characters because he is the only one who could resist Orange's annoying nature.

First appearance: June 4, 2010 (Grandpa Lemon)
Voiced by: Kevin Brueck




Grapefruit first appeared in "Passion of the Fruit" on February 19, 2010, and almost immediately became Orange's rival. He had a crush on Passion Fruit, who wasn't impressed by his flexing. He engaged in juvenile insults with Orange, much to Passion's dismay. Originally killed by Knife, he eventually returned as part of the monster in "Frankenfruit" and after that became a recurring character, often injury as a result of his arrogance and bullying nature. He is considered an anti-hero.

First appearance: February 19, 2010 (Passion of the Fruit)
Voiced by (until 2021): Robert Jennings
Voiced by (2021-present): Jon Bailey

Major recurring characters[]




Knife was introduced as a kitchen tool in the first episode of the series, appearing when Orange warns others of his presence, and slicing fruits and vegetables up. However, he did not appear as a character until the October 1, 2010 episode, "No More Mr. Knife Guy". Knife is shown to be at odds with his role in the series, hating his life because of how he is used. His mortal enemy is a knife sharpener due to the pain involved. He was an antagonist of the series until in "No More Mr. Knife Guy", and is now one of the main anti-heroes of the series.

First appearance overall: October 9, 2009 (The Annoying Orange)
First appearance as a character: October 1, 2010 (No More Mr. Knife Guy)
Voiced by: Kevin Nalty

Liam The Leprechaun[]

Liam The Leprechaun first appeared in "Luck o' the Irish" on March 12, 2010. He is a bad tempered Leprechaun who loses his pot of rupees to Orange in his first episode. He was smashed by the pot of rupees at the end of the episode, but the respawned in the Leprechaun hole. He often comes back to get revenge at Orange, which often results in failure.

First appearance: March 12, 2010 (Luck o' the Irish)
Played by: Robert Jennings


As of March 2012, the show has over 120 episodes and four seasons.

Season 1 (2009)[]

  • The Annoying Orange
  • Plumpkin
  • Sandy Claus

Season 2 (2010)[]

  • More Annoying Orange
  • Super Bowl Football
  • Passion Of The Fruit
  • Hey! YouTube
  • Annoying Orange Wazzup!
  • Annoying Orange Saw
  • Annoying Orange Gets Autotuned
  • A Cheesy Episode
  • Luck O' The Irish
  • Prank Call 1
  • Annoying Orange Super Mario
  • Muddy Buddy
  • Excess Cabbage
  • The Annoying Trailer
  • The Onion Ring
  • Parakeet
  • Pain Apple
  • Pacmania
  • Picture Contest
  • Grapefruit's Revenge
  • Grandpa Lemon
  • Picture Contest Winners!
  • Back To The Fruiture
  • Mystery Guest
  • Annoying Orange VS. FRED
  • Orange Of July
  • The Orange Cup
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Apples
  • Lady Pasta
  • Cruel As A Cucumber
  • Crabapple
  • Million Clones
  • Close Encounters Of The Annoying Kind
  • The Sitcom
  • Going Walnuts
  • Wassup 3: Bonsai Tree
  • Annoying Saw 2: Annoying Death Trap
  • No More Mr. Knife Guy
  • Happy Birthday!
  • The Exploding Orange
  • Frankenfruit
  • Theme Song Attack
  • Annoying Pear
  • Viral Vote
  • Full Kitchen Intruder Song
  • Mystery Of The Mustachios
  • Jalapeño
  • Wishful Thinking

Season 3 (2011)[]

  • The Amnesiac Orange
  • Rap-berry
  • Food Court
  • Wazzup Blowup
  • Best Fiends Forever
  • Annoying Valantines
  • Annoying Valantines Sitcom
  • Annoying Valantines Surprise
  • It Takes Two to Mango
  • Annoying Orange vs Gecko
  • ZOOM!!
  • Orange Through Time
  • Kung Fruit
  • Fortune Cookie
  • Fortune Cookie Sitcom
  • April Fruits Day
  • Kitchen Carnage
  • Rolling in the Dough
  • Nyan Orange
  • Comedy Clubbing
  • Orange Through Time 2
  • Mommy and Me
  • Fruit for All
  • Juice Boxing
  • Flower Power!
  • Be a Star!
  • First Person Fruiter
  • Meteoron
  • YouTubers
  • Trollin'
  • Orange Potter and the Deathly Apple
  • The Voodoo You Do!
  • Orange Goes Hollywood
  • Previously On
  • In the Dark
  • Naval Orange
  • Orange Through Time 3
  • Gumbrawl
  • Pet Peeve
  • Souper Dooper
  • Ask Orange 1
  • Fake N Bacon
  • Annoying Orange vs Angry Birds
  • Orange Through Time 4
  • Microwave Effect
  • Ask Orange: Toast Busters!
  • Chiller
  • Magic Clam
  • Jumping Bean
  • Party Rock
  • Epic Peel Time
  • Epic Rap Battles of Kitchenrey.
  • GO! BWAAH!
  • Talking Twin Baby Oranges
  • Fry-day
  • Ask Orange: A-TOYING ORANGE
  • Grapefruit's Totally True Tales: Bigfoot
  • Ginger Man
  • Dizzy Hanukkah
  • Christmas Card Explosion
  • Midget Rudolph

Season 4 (2012)[]

  • FPS Orange
  • Once Upon an Orange
  • Comedy Roast
  • The Fruitbowl
  • The Dating Game
  • Posion Apple
  • He Will Mock You
  • Annoying Orange vs Mortal Kombat
  • Ultimate Marshmallow Tease
  • Dr Bananas
  • The Lephrachaun Trap
  • The Hungry Games
  • Annoying Orange 2.0
  • Easter Island
  • Marshmallow's Favorite's: Doggy Videos
  • Ask orange: Master Chef
  • WazZOOM!!
  • Buddy Cops
  • Bacon Invaders
  • U Can't Squash This
  • Tough Enough
  • Big Top Orange
  • Avocadbro
  • Behind the Seeds
  • Ask Orange: Once in a Blew Moon
  • OMG
  • Going Donuts
  • The Fruitrix
  • Mac & Cheese
  • Hey Apple! Animated
  • Fruits vs Zombies
  • Summer Vacation
  • Marshmallow Pic Contest Winners
  • Orange Nya Nya Style
  • Buddy Cops 2: Stachehouse
  • Monster Burger
  • Clam's Casino
  • Kictchen Decision 2012
  • TV of TERROR!
  • Leek of their Own
  • New Kitchen President
  • Time to Burn
  • Ask Orange: Fart Ship
  • Ask President Marshmallow
  • Wazzup! Video Game Style
  • Saw Animated
  • Lady Pasta Animated
  • Kitchen-Mon!
  • Kitchen-Mon! Theme Song
  • Christmas is for Giving
  • Annoying Ways to Die
  • Garret the Parrot
  • Weird Al Holiday Duet
  • Cheesey Salesman
  • 2012 KILLS!

Season 5 (2013)[]

  • Ask Orange: FUS-ROS-DAH!
  • Yo-Yo!
  • Orange vs Slender
  • Pickleback
  • Harlem Shake v9000
  • Random Cuts 01
  • Annoying Pong
  • The Weenies
  • Subscribe Trailer
  • No More Mr Knife Guy Song
  • Popeye Yeah!
  • Annoying Minecraft
  • Annoying Marshmallow
  • Annoying Duck Hunt
  • April Fool's Gold
  • Top 5 Ways to Get Out of a Speeding Ticket
  • Beauty and a Beet
  • Earth Day
  • Iron Apple Teaser
  • Iron Apple
  • Ask Orange: Evil Robot Twin
  • Villan Vote
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Fruits
  • Snack Attack
  • Monster Truck
  • BORED!
  • Daft Lunch Blow Bubbles
  • Despicible Me Too
  • Grapefruit vs Donkey Kong
  • Man of Peel
  • Picnic Massacre
  • Chainy the Chainsaw
  • Nude Dude
  • The Juice 1
  • Out of the Blue
  • Arnold SchwarzenEGGer
  • Annoying Mario Kart
  • Grumpy Old Fruits
  • Mystery of the Sasquatch
  • Meteor Sandwich
  • Random Cuts 02
  • Asteroranges
  • Grape Expectations
  • Annoying Orange vs. Tiny Wings
  • Epic Rap Battles Of Kitchenry #2
  • Annoying Orange Vs. Street Fighter
  • Wasabi Goatee Party!!!
  • Easy as Pi
  • Top 5 Ways To Get Out Of Your HomeWork!
  • Instagraham
  • The Juice #2: Goose-Moose
  • The Sock
  • Foodsplosion #2: Wanda Watermelon
  • Breaking Bad Eggs
  • Shocktober
  • Barewolf
  • Top 5 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse
  • The Misfortune Of Being Ned - Free Balloons
  • Dead and Berried


  • Dane Boe as Orange/Pear/Midget Apple/Marshmallow/Apple/Pumpkin/Tomato/Santa Claus/Other Orange/More Oranges/Bananas/Lemon/Kiwi/Football/Soccer Ball/Jigsaw/Eggplant/iPhone/Blackberry Phone/Blackberries/Mario/Toad/Bowser/Announcer/Blinky/Inky/Pinky/Clyde/Strawberries/Grapes/Bad Future Orange/Good Future Orange/Grand Finale/Devil Orange/Angel Orange/Orange Clones/Broccoli Minions/Avocado/Avocado Seed/Graham Cracker/Knifes/Sharpener/Lime/Midget Pumpkin/Fat Radish/Mark the Pepper/Charlie the Unicorn/Young Jalapeno/Habanero/Birds/Jim Raspberry/Eggs/Mr. Pickle/Baby Carrot/Dinosaurs/Benjamin Franklin/Titanic/Star
  • iJustine as Passion Fruit
  • bobjenz as Grapefruit (2010-2020)/Liam the Leprechaun/Grapefruit's Sister/Grapefruit's 2nd Cousin/Grapefruit's Grandpa/Grapefruit's Mailman/Ginger/Mistletoe/Soccer Ball/Grapefruit's Nephew/Zoom/Eggroll
  • Kevin Brueck as Grandpa Lemon/Celery/Kiwi/Baliff Apple/Geico Gecko
  • Tobuscus as Cheese
  • Catrific as Princess Peach
  • Joe Penna / MysteryGuitarMan as MysteryPotatoMan
  • Shaycarl as Cabbage
  • Peter Coffin as Onion
  • Ben Fine as Sushi #1
  • Rafi Fine as Sushi #2/Corn Cob
  • ZackScottGames as Wasabi/Pineapple
  • Charles Trippy as Lemon
  • Aaron Massey as Paprika/Red Delicious Apple/Golden Delicious Apple/Plum/Apple
  • Lucas as FRED
  • Luke Boedigheimer as Watermelon
  • Gregory Benson as Green Apple
  • Brittani Louise Taylor as Granny Smith/Elizabeth Eggplant
  • Lauren Francesca as Lady Pasta
  • Kassem G as Cucumber
  • Ray William Johnson as Crabapple
  • Evan Ferrante as Broccoli Leader
  • Joe Bereta as Pepper
  • Julian Smith as Walnut
  • Weezer as Party Platter/Bansai Tree
  • Ian Hecox as Charlie the Drunk Guinea Pig/Banana #1
  • Anthony Padilla as Banana #2
  • Nalts as Knife
  • Richard Ryan as Turnip/Red Raspberry
  • Theresa Barket as Nancy Nectarine
  • Wheezy Waiter as Mustachios
  • Shira Lazer as Peach
  • James Caan as Jalapeno
  • Lisa 'Lisbug' Schwartz as Balloon
  • Steve Green as Mango
  • Ask a Ninja as Nina Fruit
  • Shanedawson as Coconut
  • Chad Saely as Fortune Cookie
  • Rachael Emmers and Misfortune Cookie
  • Jenya Lano as Tomato

Subscriber Milestones[]

  • 1 million subscribers: August 7, 2010
  • 2 million subscribers: July 16, 2011
  • 3 million subscribers: May 18, 2013
  • 4 million subscribers: November 9, 2014
  • 5 million subscribers: March 23, 2016
  • 6 million subscribers: July 17, 2017
  • 7 million subscribers: May 7, 2018
  • 8 million subscribers: February 16, 2019
  • 9 million subscribers: November 11, 2019
  • 10 million subscribers: May 31, 2020
  • 11 million subscribers: September 14, 2021
  • 12 million subscribers: August 29, 2023

Video View Milestones[]

  • 1 billion views: January 12, 2012
  • 2 billion views: March 11, 2014
  • 3 billion views: October 1, 2015
  • 4 billion views: December 30, 2016
  • 5 billion views: April 10, 2018
  • 6 billion views: July 8, 2019
  • 7 billion views: November 26, 2020
  • 8 billion views: November 9, 2022