Andy Richter Controls the Universe

Season 2 Episode 12

Charity Begins in Cellblock D

Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Unknown on FOX
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Charity Begins in Cellblock D
After seeing how much charity work Byron, Keith, and Wendy do, Andy and Jessica feel guilty, so they join a program to help prisoners channel their rage with a writing contest. But Andy's "charitible" work becomes more about himself when he discovers the prize is something he covets.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Byron get ready to spit his grape into Wendy's cup, he is standing in front of a large building directory. This directory is actually filled with the names of crew members from the show.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Jessica: (reading the prisoner's poem) "1,2,3,4; let's all go rob a convenience store. 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13..." It goes on like that for a while.
        Wendy: Well, at least he got the numbers right.
        Jessica: Only up until 24, then he just wrote the word "bagina" over and over again.
        Wendy: "Ba-gina?"
        Jessica: Hey, I'm not going to be the one to tell him.

      • Andy: Hey, where are you guys going? You're supposed to be my friends.
        Keith: Easy, guy, your parents' divorce is showing.

      • Mr. Pickering: Give a man a fish, he'll eat for a day; hit a man with a brick, and you can have all his fish—and his wife.

      • Andy: (on letting him win) All the other mentors are fine with it.
        Jessica: Most of the other mentors are working off drunk driving convictions. They wouldn't know Silbert Danforth if he bounced off their windshield.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The warden opens the writing contest in a manner clearly immitative of boxing announcer Michael Buffer's "Let's Get Ready to Rumble!"

      • When told he's out of the competition, Andy says, "what'chu talkin' about, Warden?," immitative of Arnold Jackson on Diff'rent Strokes.