"The Boy Who Cried Kamikazi" is the 19th episode of the series and the 10th(a) of Season 1 of Robotboy. When Robotboy gets his new freeze ray weapon installed, Gus and Tommy use it to their advantage to skip classes by saying, "Oh no! It's Dr. Kamikazi!" To which Robotboy freezes everything. Eventually Robotboy finds out, learns what lying is and then Kamikazi really attacks, and Robotboy fights him. After that, Tommy apologizes.


Moshimo gives Robotboy the power to freeze everything in sight. Tommy and Gus decide to use this new power to their advantage by pretending that Kamikazi is attacking and forcing Robotboy to freeze everyone around him!  However, when Dr Kamikazi does eventually attack with his newly acquired ‘Clapper Zapper’, Tommy is faced with ‘the boy who cried wolf’ scenario. Robotboy thinks Tommy is lying and doesn’t respond, leaving him to fall into the evil hands of Dr Kamikazi!   




  • This was the 8th episode to be produced for the series.
  • The title of this episode references the classic German fairytale The Boy Who Cried Wolf.
  • When Tommy and Gus holds the rope from Kamikazi's air-balloon a "Tarzan yell" Sound Effect is heard.

In other languages

Int. Languages Int. Title Translation
Dutch Roep nooit te vaak Kamikazi Never say Kamikazi too often
French Qui a peur du grand Kamikazi ? Who is afraid of the great Kamikazi?
German Der Kamikazi Schrei The Kamikazi scream
Hebrew הילד שקרא קמיקזי (Hayeled Shekara Kamikazi) The Boy Who Called Kamikazi
Italian Il Potere Congelante Power Freezing
Spanish El muchacho que gritó Kamikazi The boy who shouted Kamikazi
Swedish Pojken som skrek; Kamikazi The Boy who yelled Kamikazi


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The Boy Who Cried Kamakazi

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