Chowder

The Dinner Theater

Season 2, Ep 11, Aired 6/25/09
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  • Episode Description
  • Low on money, Mung and Truffles decides to start a dinner theater, casting Gazpacho and Panini in a murder mystery play. Chowder, however, believes that Gazpacho will really murder Panini, so he, Ceviche and Gorgonzola must find a way to distract the play.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Eddy Houchins

  • Kris Sherwood

  • Kevin A. Kramer

  • C.H. Greenblatt

  • William Reiss

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Great episode. I loved all of it.

    By tvguy347, Aug 21, 2009

  • It was a better full episode.But had a bad ending.

    By woahwoah678, Jul 13, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Chowder: Mung, I have an emergency! Mung Daal: Please tell me you didn't go to the bathroom in your costume. Chowder: Not yet.

    • Ceviche: No one dies in musicals. Gorgonzola: I die a little.

    • (the curtains descend) Chowder: To be continued after the break.

    Notes (3)

    • Credits: Gazpacho tastes Mung's new recipe. Then Gazpacho's tongue begins to burn like insane. Afterwards, he wants another bite of that.

    • Ceviche seems to have a crush on Panini, which proves that Ceviche is a boy.

    • Fourth Wall Break: After the curtains come down for a commercial break, Chowder goes under the curtains and says "To be continued after the break."

    Trivia (3)

    • "Donde esta" is Spanish for "where this."

    • Listen Closely: Gazpacho's cell phone ringtone was actually the main theme of Ed, Edd, n Eddy's Cul-De-Sac Smash game on Cartoonnetwork.com

    • This episode aired in Poland first on April 30, 2009.

    Allusions (3)

    • Panini: But sometimes,I just want to be able to drink a Smapachino in piece. The Smapachino is a parody of the Starbucks drink, Cappuchino.

    • Character Name: Smerlock Honeycombs The name of the character played by Chowder is a parody of the famous detective, Sherlock Homes.

    • Title: Spats Mung mentions that he was in a play called Spats, which is a parody of Cats.

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