2 Stupid Dogs

Season 2 Episode 14

Family Values

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Aired Sunday 12:00 AM Dec 17, 1994 on TBS
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Family Values
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The dogs happen upon a little home that's having a cook-out. Upon investigating, they find a family that's very Brady Bunch-esque. The family is getting into situations that they're 'learning from'.

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  • "I learned that Jesse James is not a good role model."

    9.0
    Well, this episode is definitely a treat for anyone familiar with The Brady Bunch, especially fans of the series. It is full of references, including mom's favorite vase getting broken, and a full-blown musical number called "Lawn Mowing Day." Here's a sample of the lyrics:



    It's a groovy day on the earth.

    Oh yeah. I know.

    Why are we mowing the astro-turf?

    Dunno.



    When the family first meets the dogs, the kids manage to convince dad that they should keep them, but after messing up their bar-b-q, Dad decides the dogs are too stupid to keep.



    At the end, the parents ask the kids what they've learned. Every response given is a direct reference to a different Brady Bunch episode ("I learned not to get hit in the face with a football," etc...).



    All in all, great fun and a definite standout in the series!moreless

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Little Dog: (After being kicked out from the house) Hey!! I didn't learn a darn thing!! What did you learn?
      Big Dog: I learned I like to shake!
      Little Dog: Yeah! (The dogs start to shake their butts).

    • Dad: My finger is on fire! (To the dogs) Do something! (Little Dog and Big Dog start to shake their ass)

    • Dad: I don't know if we can keep them. They seem very.. kinda stupid. Hold hands! Shake! (The dogs begin to shake their ass)

    • (The older brother and the older sister from a Brady Bunch-like family are having a discussion)
      Older Girl: The fork goes on the left, like this (puts the fork on the left side of the plate).
      Older Boy: Uh-uh, the right (puts the fork on the right side).
      Older Girl: Left!
      Older Boy: Right!
      Older Girl: Left!!
      Older Boy: Right!!
      Older Girl: Left!!! Ouch!!! (with the fork in her head) Mom!! Greg (the older boy) isn't setting the table right!!
      Mom: Now Greg!
      Older Boy I'm sorry mom.
      Mom: That's better, now what did you learn?
      Older Boy: I learn that I'm really sorry, and that I love Martha (the older girl) more than anyone else in the whole world.
      Mom: Good! Now you kids kiss and make up (the brother and sister start to make out).

    • (Playing wedding)
      Older Brady Bunch-like Boy: Do you dog, take Penny-pees-a-lot as your awfully wetted wife?
      Big Dog: Yeah (Eats Penny-pees-a-lot)
      Younger Brady Bunch-like girl: He ate my Penny-pees-a-lot! (Enters Big Dog's mouth and he swallows her, along with the other Brady Bunch-like boys and girls)
      Little Dog: How were they?
      Big Dog: Wholesome.

  • NOTES (1)

    • A lot of Brady Bunch references were made in this episode.


      The kids and the parents are Brady Bunch-esque.


      The housekeeper Beatrice is a parody of Alice the Housekeeper.


      The music number and the art style parodies the 70s cartoon based on the Bradies.


      Each aspect of the episode have the kids learn a moral lesson (some ridiculous).


      In fact, the dad was called Mr. B by Beatrice and the two oldest kids were Greg and Martha.

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