The Annoying Orange was one of YouTube's most popular web series. It was created by Minnesota film student, Dane Boedigheimer under the pseudonym Daneboe and his company Gagfilms. The series originally started out as one video, but because of its growing popularity, Boedigheimer decided to turn it into an internet series. The Annoying Orange Peaked in and , but has slowly declined since. The first videos were uploaded under Boedigheimer's YouTube channel Dane Boe , but then Boedigheimer created a channel dedicated to Orange.
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The Annoying Orange
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Annoying Orange has his own TV show! Meet all the fruits and see just how annoying Orange can be on Cartoon Network! Creative ideas in crafts and upcycled, innovative, repurposed art and home decor. Created by Dane Boedigheimer, the animations feature a variety of talking fruits and vegetables. Boedigheimer brought the characters to life by superimposing his own eyes and mouth on them. The main character is the orange, who tries to annoy the kitchen crew with his hilarious and sarcastic exchanges.
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But it's there that Boedigheimer turns on his video camera, reads his lines and records his lips and eyes — which he superimposes on a little orange. Then he heads into the house to edit his work into another episode of his insanely popular Annoying Orange video show for YouTube. The Annoying Orange is the three-minute weekly adventures of a bunch of fruit who tell crude jokes and try to escape death by knife.
It stars its creator as an anthropomorphic orange who annoys other fruits, vegetables, and various other food and objects by using jokes and puns which are sometimes crude. Despite the show's negative critical reception, the show's popularity after its first episode led to it becoming the subject of a TV series , a video game , a range of toys and a T-shirt line. Other accessories, such as costumes of the series' characters, have also appeared on the market for the company.