|“||Kick! Punch! It's all in the mind!||”|
Chop Chop Master Onion (or CCMO for short) (タマネギ先生 Tamanegi Sensei) is a humanoid onion karate instructor. Running the Fruites Dojo, he teaches a group of tamanegi, as well as Parappa, the ways of karate and how 'It's all in the mind.'
PaRappa the Rapper
In the first game PaRappa the Rapper, he is a karate instructor.
Um Jammer Lammy
In Um Jammer Lammy, appears in Lammy's dream, in which he tells her that his dojo had been lost (the reason never being specified). However, the dojo remained in his mind, complete with its own casino, which serves as Lammy's inspiration for the game. With every occassion of inspiration, Chop Chop appears, so he seems to spiritually guide her. His lyrics foreshadow events that would take place later in the game.
PaRappa The Rapper 2
In PaRappa The Rapper 2, he hosts a show called 'Romantic Karate' in which he teaches viewers karate as a method of expressing love. Parappa the Rapper and PJ Berri copy the television. He is the only teacher to appear in all three games, as well as the only character whose voice actor appears in both the games and anime.
In PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale he takes down the MAWLR from the Killzone series in the PaRappa stage : Dojo.
PaRappa the Rapper Stage 1Stage 1: Chop Chop Master Onion's Rap
Um Jammer Lammy Stage 1 (as Lammy)Stage 1: I Am A Master And You!Um Jammer Lammy Stage 1 (as Parappa)
PaRappa The Rapper 2 Stage 2Stage 2: Romantic Love
- Chop Chop Master Onion not only appears in stage 2 and 8 of PaRappa The Rapper 2, but also as a cameo in the intro to stage 7. He's also in stage 6 along with the other 4 teachers.
- Chop Chop Master Onion's 'hair' gets longer over the games. His stalk first sprouts in Um Jammer Lammy, but then becomes shorter in PaRappa The Rapper 2. It is possibly the longest in Um Jammer Lammy to match his unkempt appearance.
- Chop Chop Master Onion is the only teacher in the PaRappa franchise to appear in every game.
- Chop Chop Master Onion is the only character from the games to have the same voice actor in the anime, as his voice actor, Ryu Watabe, is bilingual.
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