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Orlando Bloo is a charade character that Bloo dresses up as and pretends to be in three episodes.

Disguise

Orlando Bloo is a disguise that is outrageous and barely works. It consists of Bloo wearing a top hat and a fake mustache with one or two other people underneath a trenchcoat.

History

Orlando Bloo made his debut in Frankie My Dear, where Bloo, Mac, and Chris dressed up as Orlando to sabotage Frankie's date and stop Dylan from having Frankie to himself. In this episode, Orlando states that he was previously Frankie's boyfriend and that they have been dating for 20 years, meaning Frankie was 2 when they started dating. He also stated that they met while he was in "gazillion school," then going on to say he met Frankie at a rollerblading competition. He supposedly walked up to her and said, "Hey baby I'm a gazillionaire," and they then started dating.

In the episode Neighbor Pains, Bloo and Wilt disguise themselves as Orlando in order to retrieve the adoption forms that Bloo and Madame Foster previously threw at Old Man Rivers and his grandson. He later stated, once again, that Frankie was his girlfriend, and that they had 64 children together (a few of whom were named Vince, Carolina, Oopsy, Blubber, Stupid, and Ding Dong.) When his cover was blown, Bloo tried to convince Old Man Rivers that Wilt was Orlando's identical twin brother.

Orlando was briefly referenced by Bloo in Setting a President.

Orlando Bloo makes a final appearance in Goodbye to Bloo as one of the suggestions Bloo makes for something that he and Mac had "never done before."

Trivia

  • Orlando Bloo is a pun on the name of the famed actor Orlando Bloom, who is best known for playing Legolas from The Lord of the Rings and Will Turner from Pirates of the Caribbean.
  • In two of the episodes that Orlando Bloo appears in, he states he is (or has been) in a relationship with Frankie.

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