The Mooninites return to cause more havoc. They "help" Meatwad earn tickets so he can get a ten-speed bike. However, they spend the tickets instead on the Foreigner belt, which is infused with all the magical powers of the 70's rock band of the same name.
Dr. Weird, Steve (2001-2003)
Frylock, Various Voices
Meatwad, Carl, Various Voices
Master Shake, Various Voices
The scar on Frylock's face shifts from his right eye to his left eye in two simultaneous scenes.
When Frylock says Meatwad has seven Harvest Time tickets, he actually has seven and a half tickets.
During the ending credits, Ignignokt and Err can be seen on the moon.
Meatwad: ...I would kill somebody in front of their own mama to get a ten-speed. And if anybody testifies against me, I'll gouge their eyes out.
Ignignokt: Getting it is easy; filling it with illegal substances and sending it across the border is not.
(Looking at porn) Err: Oh man, you gotta check this out. Meatwad: Oh yeah baby, that's a neat car she's washing. You think that's a straight 6? Err: I think I have a straight 6. Ignignokt: Ooooo. Err, your sexual innuendo is priceless.
Carl: You shut up and you give me that belt! Err: Well come and get it if you're tough enough. (Carl snatches belt from Err) Hey man he took my belt! Ignignokt: Try using the belt without this--the instructions. Err: Just try. Carl: I don't need no instructions to know how to rock!
Carl: Who set this on head games?!
Meatwad: It's okay, Carl. Ooohh.. wee. Maybe it's not okay. But with computers nowadays, you don't even have to leave the house.
Master Shake: Whoa! Okay, where do I stand?
Ignignokt: Out in the middle of the street. And be sure to close your eyes tight. That's the only way the babes can see you.
Master Shake: Yessss!!
Meatwad: All the little birds and squirrels got burned up... (music plays) I mean I hate nature. Gimme a beer and a woman, I'll give that waterbed a workout.
Meatwad: Hey Frylock. Do we have any pot?
Frylock: No we don't.. Marijuana is illegal.
Err: What about nitrous, man..
Ignignokt: Shut up, Err.
Meatwad: (Learning to count) Let's see now... 1...2.. Master Shake: 42! 1973! 18! Meatwad: You shut up! 1... Master Shake: 400,000!!!
Carl: Oh, I'll give ya a magazine, buddy! Hey! It's full of hollow points! You're gonna love it when I put those in a gun, and then put 'em in your brain!
Ignignokt: This pornography is infinitely excellent. This dresser however, is very boring.
Err: Yeah, get rid of it!
Ignignokt: Torch the dresser, Meatwad.
Meatwad: But, this is where Carl keeps his clothes.
Ignignokt: Look, these girls don't have any clothes on and they're not complaining.
Err: Yeah man, they're kissing each other!
Ignignokt: And you want Carl to be forever kissed, don't you?
Ignignokt: Fry-man, we are full of religion now. Everyone, bow your heads and pretend to be serious.
Err: Do it or I'll bow 'em for ya!
Meatwad: See, the object of the game is to get this machine somehow to spit out tickets. Now I really haven't figured out how that works yet...and I don't know what these wooden balls are for. I mean I've been eatin' em.
Meatwad: Last time you were here, you threw me at an old lady's mailbox and you made me moon Boy Scout troop 324!
Shake: How you ever gonna ride a ten speed with no frickin' legs? You're just gonna bust the ass you don't have! Who bothered to spawn you? And why?!
The music during the end credits is "Mooninites Death March" in place of the original song.
When Igningnokt mentions Carl being burned with raidiation, Err then says "Doma Arigoto", the lyrics to famous Styx song "Mr Roboto".
Ignignokt claims "his God is "an Indian who turns into a wolf," but Err corrects him that he may be referring to Wolfen, the 1981 horror film. In a FOX News broadcast during the 2007 Boston Mooninite scare, this line was repeated on national television in an attempt to explain the Mooninites.
When Carl tries to use the belt to fix Frylock's vision, he turns his own head into a Milton Bradley board game known as Connect Four.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
"42" is the answer to "Life, the universe, and everything", as explained in detail and constantly referenced in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy book series written by Douglas Adams.
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