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Donkey Kong Country (television series)
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Donkey Kong Country was a short-lived French computer-generated television show starring Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, Candy Kong, and King K. Rool. It first aired in France on September 4, 1996, and was originally titled La Planète Donkey Kong ("Planet Donkey Kong"). It premiered late in North America on August 15, 1998, and the original run finished on July 7, 2000; the show then aired in Australia as of December 2009. Strangely, many of the episodes were aired out of order, confusing many fans. Regardless of this, Donkey Kong Country won a publicly-voted award at 7 d'Or in 1999, for "Best Animation and Youth Program" ("Meilleure émission d'animation et de jeunesse").
The show featured all of the Kongs from Donkey Kong Country and Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, except for Swanky Kong and Wrinkly Kong. There were also featured characters exclusive to the show, such as Eddie the Mean Old Yeti, the Bog Monster, Kaptain Skurvy and Bluster Kong.
After the events of Donkey Kong Country, Donkey Kong was walking through the beach of Monkey Mines. He soon found a magical orb, called the Crystal Coconut. The idol of Inka Dinka Doo soon reveals that Donkey Kong is to be the future ruler of Kongo Bongo Island. After his defeat in the Gangplank Galleon, King K. Rool has tried many times to steal the Coconut to take over Kongo Bongo Island and soon the world. Donkey and sometimes Diddy Kong guard the Cystal Coconut in Cranky's Cabin. But when K. Rool or his minions, General Klump and Krusha steal the Coconut at the last moment, it's up to the Kongs to work together to save the Crystal Coconut and the island.
- Donkey Kong - The main protagonist. He is planned to be the future ruler of Kongo Bongo. He has to guard the Crystal Coconut from King K. Rool and eats bananas to get stronger.
- Diddy Kong - Donkey Kong's sidekick and best buddy. They both work together to foil K.Rool's plans when he steals the coconut. His girlfriend is Dixie Kong.
- Dixie Kong - Diddy's girlfriend. She usually hangs out with Candy.
- Cranky Kong - As his name suggests, he can get cranky. He guards the Crystal Coconut in his house, "Cranky's Cabin". He also likes to make potions, like in Donkey Kong 64.
- Candy Kong - Donkey Kong's rumored girlfriend. She works at the Barrel Factory.
- Funky Kong - The owner of "Funky's Flights". He's a crazy pilot with a surfer attitude. He assists DK and Diddy by travelling them around areas.
- Bluster Kong - Owner of the Barrel Factory and is Candy's boss. He has a crush on her and has had a long-time rivalry with DK.
- King K. Rool - Both Cranky and DK's arch-enemy and the leader of the Kremling Krew. He constantly attempts to steal the Crystal Coconut and is always foiled by DK and Diddy.
- Kaptain Skurvy - A recurring pirate who is also after the Crystal Coconut with the help of his crew, Kutlass and Green Kroc. He and K. Rool often fight over it. He is Klump's brother.
- Klump - One of King K. Rool's servants. He has a secret friendship with Dixie Kong.
- Krusha - One of King K. Rool's servants. He often helps Klump capture the Crystal Coconut.
- Eddie the Mean Old Yeti - A lonely yeti who lives in the mountains.
- I Spy with My Hairy Eye
- The Big Chill-Out
- Bad Hair Day
- Raiders of the Lost Banana
- Ape Foo Young
- Booty and the Beast
- Kong for a Day
- From Zero to Hero
- Buried Treasure
- Cranky's Tickle Tonic
- Get a Life, Don't Save One
- The Curse of Kongo Bongo
- Klump's Lumps
- Bluster's Sale Ape-Stravaganza
- Kong Fu
- Bug a Boogie
- Watch the Skies
- Baby Kong Blues
- To the Moon Baboon
- Double Date Trouble
- A Thin Line Between Love and Ape
- Barrel, Barrel... Who's Got the Barrel
- Legend of the Crystal Coconut
- The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights
- Hooray for Holly-Kongo Bongo
- Speak No Evil, Dude
- The Day the Island Stood Still
- Message in a Bottle Show
- Monkey Seer, Monkey Do
- Four Weddings and a Coconut
- Vote of Kong-Fidence
- Follow That Coconut
- The Big Switch-A-Roo
- Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster
- Best of Enemies
- It's a Wonderful Life
- Just Kidding