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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 13

    Invasion of the Buddy Snatchers

    Aired 11/15/02

  • S 2 : Ep 12

    Kick Me Kate

    Aired 9/27/02

  • S 2 : Ep 11

    Hear No Evil, P.C. No Evil

    Aired 9/20/02

  • S 2 : Ep 10

    A Rap And A Hard Place

    Aired 12/5/01

  • S 2 : Ep 9

    Shall We Dance?

    Aired 11/28/01

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Arquette

    voice of Mr. Jimmy

  • Julie Lemieux

    voice of Julie Smockford

  • Tony Rosato

    voice of Quentin Eggert

  • Robert Tinkler

    voice of Pelswick Eggert

  • Tracey Moore

    voice of Kate Eggert

  • show Description
  • Welcome to the Pelswick guide at Pelswick Eggert is a 13-year-old 8th grader with a sharp tongue, a healthy suspicion of authority and a complete lack of fear. He also is in a wheelchair due to him having no feeling below his armpits. Pelswick is just like any other 13-year-old when it comes to being independent, disaster-prone, mixed-up, and plugged into everyday pop culture. Pelswick's home life is dominated by his fiercely-protective (and totally insane) Gram-Gram, as well as his politically correct father Quentin, who will go to any length to avoid offending anyone. ("Nobody's wrong, they're just differently right!") Also in the picture are precocious younger sister Kate, and little brother Bobby, who says exactly one word per episode. At school, Pelswick's life is made miserable by bully Boyd Scullarzo, and Boyd's none-too-bright sidekicks Nick and Joe. Boyd is truly dedicated to the art of bullying; he's announced publicly that "it's bad form to beat up a cripple, so I'll focus on humiliation and psychological torture instead". ("Cripple", incidentally, is Boyd's term; Pelswick prefers "permanently seated".) Fortunately, Pelswick has a loyal band of friends to help him through the rough patches: numbers-obsessed Ace, dim-but-decent behemoth Goon, prima donna Sandra Scoddle, and sensible Julie Smockford, on whom Pelswick has a not-so-secret crush. Finally, there's Mr. Jimmy, a Jerry Garcia look-alike who is Pelswick's thoroughly incompetent guardian angel. Invisible to everyone but Pelswick, the laid-back Mr. J pops up at the strangest times to offer Pelswick maddeningly cryptic advice about whatever outrageous predicament Pelswick finds himself in this week. Mr. Jimmy routinely drives Pelswick crazy, and Pelswick often goes to great lengths to try to avoid him... but how can you avoid an angel who can instantly appear wherever you happen to be?moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (32)

    • (Gram-Gram is selling merchandise with the horse in a wheelchair picture on it) Gram-Gram: USE THE WHOOPEE CUSHION ON THE WINDCHIMES! (makes a beautiful, yet rude noise)

    • (Gram-Gram is sitting in a banana weigher) Gram-Gram (outraged) 396 pounds!? Oh this thing is rigged, bogus, whack!! I want my money back and all the Prunes I can swallow! (suddenly the weigher breaks and she falls into the Banana Bin)

    • Pelswick: ("Complimenting" boyd) You smell way, way, way better than a rhinos butt Rhino: I resent that

    • Gram-Gram:(diving in the lobster tank) This isn't a lobster, it's a skinny crab! I demand a discount on plums!

    • Boyd: Uh...I need time to think. Pelswick: No Boyd, unfortunately you need a brain to think.

    • Kate: I know I seem way too old and sophisticated for this, but I'm gonna run to Daddy for protection now...DADDY! HELP! (Thanks to missthang for this quote)

    • Julie: We are so close, we can almost feel their butt-wag breeze!

    • Mr. Jimmy: You thought Kate was The Crusher?! She's seven years old!

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    Notes (8)

    • Two voices for this show also did voices for the last two Super Mario cartoons. Tony Rosato (Quentin Eggert) was the voice of Mario, and Tracey Moore (Kate Eggert) was Princess Toadstool.

    • Bobby says 2 words this time: "Where gram-gram?"

    • If you look hard, you can see Mr. Jimmy's face on the side of the bus Goon gets stuck on.

    • Originally announced for 4 Dec 00.

    • Ace is not shown in this episode.

    • Pelswick's Rival Station was called KBULLY.

    • The radio station was called WHEEL radio.

    • At the school's 75th anniversary party, there are several large signs prominently featuring the roman numerals "LLXV". In fact, 75 in roman numerals would read "LXXV".

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    Trivia (15)

    • Pelswick lives with his Father Quentin, his grandmother Gram-Gram, his little sister Kate, and his little brother Bobby.

    • Kate takes a picture when Julie lands face first onto some grass. But when she shows the picture to Sandra, Julie seems to have landed on blacktop asphalt.

    • When Kate gives Pelswick some brown gloop for dinner, it doesn't have a carrot in it like everyone else's. But when we see Pelswick's gloop again, it contains a carrot.

    • - In a scene, Pelswick's grandma pulls up next to the runaway speeding wheelchair that Pelswick and Boyd are on. She asks Boyd how tall he is, and Boyd replies that he is 5'10". Grandma then proceeds to tell Pelswick to look for a 5'9" clearance (implying that Boyd would get knocked off). However, Boyd is crouching awkwardly on the battery pack behind Pelswick, so his height can't be an exact 5'10". - Oh yeah, if the battery pack is "red hot" (Boyd's quote), then how come the soles of Boyd's boots didn't even melt or smoke while he was standing on it for such a long time? --A viewer.

    • Ramona Manns wrote in to mention that when Nick and Joe are choking on some glue, you can see a bowl of glue in the background -- but when they fall to the ground, the bowl of glue disappears.

    • When Pelswick tells his friends where his family is, his wheelchair battery is white. But when Ace cleans it, the battery is black.

    • When Pelswick remembers Carsden Warner saying "Replace him!", the sound of Warner's voice is different from how it originally was heard.

    • Quentin is revealed to ironically have "standards" of how politically correct a person can be in "Speak No Evil, PC No Evil." However, the camp founders shown here are much more PC than Spagna ever was and Quentin does not care.

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    Allusions (12)

    • The Brain Suckers of Skuldeth 5 game is very reminiscent of Pokemon, which was an extremely popular game when the episode was written.

    • none: megadirt
      megadirt is an obvious spoof of the 90s rock band megadeath

    • The band's name (N'Talented) is a parody of N'Sync.

    • The title is a reference to the MTV reality show "The Real World".

    • Vice Principal Zeigler: Wrestling Personality
      When Sandra says, "Looks like everybody's got Wrestking Fever," We see Vice Principal Zeigler trying to rap. Obviously, He's imitating WWE Wrestler, John Cena, Who appears on WWE Smackdown every Thursday Night at 8: 00 P.M.

    • Many: Throughout the episode
      The WWWL is a parody of the WWE.

    • Title: Blink And You're At 182
      The episode title is a play on name of the the 90s band 'Blink 182'. (Thanks to NRGKool for pointing this out!)

    • Title: Nursing Home Alone
      The episode title is a pun on the 'Home Alone' movies.

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  • Fan Reviews (12)
  • It was the best show i hav ever seen!

    By lolroflbrbgtg, Sep 27, 2008

  • I realize that they won't bring it back. But it was a wonderful Nick show. Pelswick might have been handicapped, but he was a fantastic role model.

    By thewerewolfmage, Apr 24, 2008

  • Why are there cruddy Nicktoons now?

    By HSR2009, Jun 12, 2007

  • Diffrent

    By Kingcool7789, Apr 01, 2007

  • Pelswick may be handicapped, but he has a life like everyone: bullies, peer pressure, friends, crush on a girl, and a weird yet hilarious family. But most of all: He has a guardian angel who helps him get through life as funny as possible.

    By EddyBob15, Oct 18, 2006

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