Aaahh!!! Real Monsters

Season 2 Episode 2

Monsters Are Real / This Is Your Brain on Ickis

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Sep 16, 1995 on Nickelodeon
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Monsters Are Real: Ickis gets "flashed" (gets his picture taken) by a celebrity reporter. If this picture runs on the front page, monsters' existence will be revealed to humans. Our heroes must band together and go above ground to retrieve every newspaper copy before dawn. This Is Your Brain on Ickis: In the course of giving Simon, the Monster hunter, a routine nightmare, Ickis gets sucked into Simon's brain. Ickis can see through Simon's eyes and discovers that he can control Simon's actions. Ickis takes Simon on a rampage through the city streets. Word spreads of this crazy man and he is finally detained by doctors. Oblina and Krumm must get Ickis out of Simon's brain before the cat scan reveals his existence.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Tim Curry

    Tim Curry

    voice of Zimbo

    Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    voice of The Gromble / The Viewfinder

    Cynthia Mann

    Cynthia Mann

    voice of Dizzle

    Beverly Archer

    Beverly Archer

    voice of the Library Monster

    Marcia Strassman

    Marcia Strassman

    voice of Hairyette

    Christine Cavanaugh

    Christine Cavanaugh

    voice of Oblina

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      • Apparently monsters are very sensitive to anesthesia, because when they inject Simon with the anesthesia, Ickis falls asleep just from touching it.

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      • Title: This Is Your Brain on Ickis
        A takeoff on an anti-drug-abuse advertisement that aired in the US in the late 1980's. It depicted an egg sizzling in a hot skillet, with the narration, "This [skillet] is drugs. This [egg] is your brain on drugs." Variations quickly entered pop culture.

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