"...and together they will be amazing! Leet Fighters!"

Leet Fighters is a series created by Chincherinas, starring Guile and M. Bison. Unlike in the original show, the two live together and are the best of bros, and get into all kinds of situations. The events of this series are canon with The Frollo Show.


Leet Fighters was released on May 3rd, 2012, about a week after Bison’s Lawl moveset. The series mainly focuses on Guile and Bison living together in an apartment, being a stark contrast to their relationship in the actual show. In this aspect, it's similar to its sister series, The Frollo Show (two bros getting into wacky adventures), but Leet Fighters tends to be more light-hearted. Every episode name is an alliterative pun, like “Pickle Pizza Pilot”, “Xbro Xtrabraganza”, “Screwing School”, “Daten Date”, "Conflictive Contest", "Daring Death" and "Mojado Mexican".

Characters appearing in both seriesEdit

Major AppearancesEdit

Minor AppearancesEdit

  • Hitler (disguised as a doctor)


  • LeFou (mentioned on paper in prison)

Characters introduced in Leet FightersEdit

Major AppearancesEdit

Minor AppearancesEdit


Episode 1: Pickle Pizza PilotEdit

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Leet Fighters

Episode 2: Xbro XtrabraganzaEdit

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Leet Fighters 2

Episode 3: Screwing SchoolEdit

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Leet Fighters 3

Episode 4: Daten DateEdit

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Leet Fighters 4

Episode 5: Conflictive ContestEdit

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Leet Fighters 5

Episode 6: Daring DeathEdit

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Leet Fighters 6

Episode 7: Mojado MexicanEdit

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Leet Fighters 7

Canon with The Frollo ShowEdit

There are a lot of scenes and elements that tie both series together.

In Leet Fighters 4, Guile and Bison travel to Daten City for a vacation, eventually leading up to the two meeting Stocking Anarchy. While Bison was attracted to her, she ultimately chose William for his more disgusting nature. Guile and Stocking begin dating, with Guile actually developing feelings for her. After their long day of fun, Mephiles the Dark persuades Guile to make his move (involving him naked in her room demanding sex), which destroys the relationship. Mephiles ultimately tricked Guile so he could claim Stocking as his own, just to be rejected. Before the credits, it is also revealed that this episode takes place a day before Frollo Gets AIDS, where Stocking falls for Frollo when she and her sister are conversing. Mephiles (and Silver the Hedgehog) soon became characters in TFS afterwards in Frollo Has a Bad Feeling.

Leet Fighters 5 coincides with Frollo Sees Dead People, taking place shortly before Gaston's funeral, revealed to be in Japan. The funeral was organized by Yakuza Gaston, Gaston's Japanese Cousin, and his phone company. Apparently, he stole money from most of the attendees to "pay" for the entrance fee (which, in itself, is odd for a funeral), while distributing "free" cellphones for them (which required a ¥1500 fee for 3 levels in a mobile game). Here, when Guile and Bison take their seats, Panty tries to flirt with Leonidas, only to get rejected. After everyone was seated and Yakuza's speech was over, the mic was turned over to Wilford, as per usual in the TFS episode. Also, during the Game show, Marco uses his scoreboard aura to stop Demitiri and Morrigan from arguing.

Frollo Celebrates his Birthday further ties these series together with Stocking and Guile’s relationship. When Stocking and Scanty are watching from the rooftops, waiting for Frollo to eat the bean-spiked pizza, Guile instead has a slice (well, after Bison and Pyron start fighting over it). While Guile rushes to the toilet, Stocking shows that she still has some feelings for William, though disregards them to look at the ultimate goal. Later, when Frollo, Gaston and the Leet Fighters are fighting the Demon Sistas, right before they charged their team attack, Stocking appeared, making Guile, who still also shares feelings with Stocking, go against harming her.

Leet Fighters 6 features very important connections. Firstly, it is revealed that Ronald McDonald can influence the perception of people, demonstrated when he attacked Guile's psyche, asserting that "there's no escape". On that note, he seems to have targeted the two protagonists of the shows, but it is not revealed why. During Guile and Bison's stay in Hell, Ronald appeared before the colonel, and told him that "he lied", and that there WAS a way to escape, before throwing him a Playguy magazine and telling him to destroy it, so he could be free. However, Bison grabbed the magazine before Guile could do anything. The contents made Bison momentarily blind (due to the explicit nature of them), and the shock threw him into Hans' cell door, liberating him. After Hans frees Konata from the cell next to his, the nazi cousin leaves the scene, presumably triggering Frollo and Gaston's salvation from The Demon Sistas in Frollo Misses his Mother. Konata then threatens the Leet Fighters, as she is about to get revenge on them for making her a pizza ingredient and eating her. Ronald, however, interrupts her by breaking her neck. The clown is disappointed in Guile, and menacingly approches the bros, before transforming into a new, unseen form. Guile and Bison promptly escape the clown's wrath, using the springboard that Frollo and Gaston used to get out of Hell.

The nature of the Hell Guards is also explained to the Leet Fighters by Kneesocks. After Bison's failed attempt to escape Hell, the demon tells them that the Hell Guards would have consumed Bison's soul had Guile not stopped him during his escape. It is also revealed that the springboard somehow makes the Hell Guards not respond to anyone escaping, which worries Corset.

By the end of the episode, it is also revealed that an unknown character had planted the revolver that LeFou used to commit suicide with in Frollo Sees Dead People.

Leet Fighters 7 introduces Mormon Jesus, who is in charge of the US-Mexico border and tries to kill T. Hawk when he crossed it. He makes a surprise appearance in Frollo Finally Does It, where the narrator that speaks for him reveals that border patrolling was basically used as an excuse to shoot dark-skinned people. His plan involves infecting several characters with Wilford parasites to achieve godhood; one of these victims in particular is T. Hawk.


Note:  The intro and ending theme of the original show won't show up on every episode.

Leet FightersEdit

Leet Fighters 2Edit

Leet Fighters 3Edit

  • Only the original Street Fighter music

Leet Fighters 4Edit

Leet Fighters 5Edit

Leet Fighters 6Edit

Leet Fighters 7Edit


  • Every episode ends with two characters Bros Posing together; Guile and Bison (Episodes 1, 2 and 5), Toon Deejay and Toon Honda (Episode 3), Mephiles and Iblis (Episode 4), Nicolas Cage and Tommy Wiseau (Episode 6), and Marco Antonio Regil and T. Hawk (Episode 7).
  • In the original Frollo Sees Dead People, the real Guile is seen sitting next to Bison. However, in Leet Fighters 5, it is revealed that it was Toon Guile all along.
  • Leet Fighters is Chincherrinas' second favorite series.
  • The characters in the cartoon have grown on Chincherrinas so much, he now prefers to not use the "Toon" prefix when referring to them.

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