Frisky Dingo

Pimp My Revenue

Season 1, Ep 3, Aired 10/30/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Killface goes on a daytime talk show to announce his plans to destroy the world. However, he is soon upstaged when the show is taken over by Toyota Scion fever.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Killer Mike


  • Mary Kraft


  • Adam Reed (I)

    Killface / Xander Crews

  • Kelly M. Jenrette


  • Mike Bell


  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • 11 mins of the most assanine absurdity, youll ever want to watch.

    By mizasterj, Feb 11, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Verl: Everybody look under your seats! Killface: Stop it! [silence] First of all, Oprah already gave her audience cars... Verl: Not the new Scion tC, she didn't! Killface: ...and didn't waste one segment clucking like a goose about that damn ring--and I hope you know a good appraiser, because if that's not paste, I'll eat my hat. [Mitzi gasps] Now my last segment has fallen victim to "Scion fever." Verl: Because we love the new Scion tC! Killface: Shut up! There's a clear line between entertainment and advertising, and you've bloody well crossed it. [The Scion tC is featured is the background while he talks.] Killface: Those 18-24's that you're so keen on detest being pitched to, and when I destroy the world, they won't have much use for 17-inch alloy wheels,, no, turn that off there. Stop it. I won't be your pitchman. You hear me. [Walking off] You're all doomed. Verl: Doomed to enjoy the new Scion tC!

    • Mitzi: "Big guy" is right. Look at those pecs! (Applause) I wish I had a chest like that. Ba-dum-bum! X-tacle 1: (watching on the ship with the other X-tacles) I wish I had someone like her growing up. X-tacle 2: Dude, save it for group.

    • Killface: Why does it say: 'Welcome to you are "doom"'? Valerie: I, uh.. Killface: What does that even mean? And why for god sakes is doom in quotes? Valerie: I dunno. Killface: Is-is this some sort of ironic doom?! Is the wink implied? Valerie: You know.. I dunno Killface: No. It isn't.

    • (a scene from Taqu'il's latest movie Some Like It Crump begins with police sirens resounding as Taqu'il's character is lying in the backseat clutching his side, clearly bleeding from a gunshot wound) Taqu'il (as Jimmy) (gasping) Ahh.. Ah! Ah! I can't... believe that bitch shot me! You gotta take me to the hospital! (the view changes to reveal the driver of the car, a black man, dressed as a clown in a clown suit and makeup, complete with red wig and red nose) Clown: (turning to speak to Jimmy as he is driving) You know I can't do that, Jimmy! You ain't gonna die. Say it! Jimmy: I'm all shot up, man! Clown: You ain't gonna diiiiieeeeee, say the freakin' woooooorrrrrd! (a smaller clown seated on the passenger side appears and honks a horn at him) Jimmy: I ain't gonna die... I ain't gonna die... I ain't gonna die. (the movie scene freezes)

    Notes (3)

    • Second appearance of Sinn, Killface's sexy female minion. The fact that she has a robotic arm and her speech pattern has a digitized effect suggests she may either be an android or a cyborg.

    • This episode aired with a TV-14-LV rating.

    • The inclusion of Toyota's Scion tC in this episode makes this Adult Swim's second product integration. Their first was the Boost Mobile cell phone in the episode "Boost Mobile" of their cult series Aqua Teen Hunger Force.

    Trivia (1)

    • In the first episode "Meet Killface", when the Cap'n Crump brand cereal was first introduced, it was spelled as "Cap'n Crump" and featured red box art. In this episode it is now spelled as "Kap'n Krump" and the box art is blue. The only thing remaining the same as before is Taqu'il's image on the box.

    Allusions (4)

    • Opening Scene The opening scene and dialogue showing Taqu'il shot in the back of a car and believing he is going to die is an allusion to the opening scene in Resevoir Dogs with Tim Roth and Harvey Keitel.

    • Some Like It Crump

    • Live with Regis and Kelly Both the television talk show hosts Mitzi and Verl and the show Live with Mitzi and Verl are parodies of Kelly Ripa and Regis Philbin and their daily talk show Live with Regis and Kelly.

    • Pimp My Revenue The episode's title is a play on words of the MTV show, Pimp My Ride hosted by rap artist Xzibit. Lucky owners are chosen to have their cars or "rides", which are in poor condition and in need of repairs taken to West Coast Customs to have them fixed and restored, as well as upgraded and customized, or "pimped".

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