Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak

Season 1 Episode 2

Episode 2

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Aired Unknown Mar 16, 2000 on Cartoon Network
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Episode 2
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Skits: -Brak's Trip to the store -The Umpire Strikes Brak -Song with guest Jo Dee Messina -Gol The Informer news report -Grape Ape -Count Drakula's Deep Dish of Horror -Bananachek -Zorak sings with guest Diamond Dallas Page -(Finale) Brak and Zorak sing 'I Want A Girl'

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • BRAK SINGS:
        "This song comes from the heart of my bottom.
        Heh heh heh heh.
        I'm forgettable, that's what I am. So forgettable, something something... ham-ah.
        My Mom forgot me in a shopping cart,
        I was raised by stockboys, Sam and Art.
        Do you remember our last dance,
        I never wanted to change pants
        with you, but we did,
        and now you've got my keys.
        It's regrettable, that water on the knees.
        It's inedible, like a bowl of peas!"

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Brak: ...like Fred and Ricky on the Lucy show...

        A reference to Ricky Ricardo and Fred Mertz, the male protagonists of the classic 50s sitcom I Love Lucy. Fred was Ricky's best friend, landlord, and band manager.

      • The Umpire Strikes Brak

        The title is an obvious play on the title of the 1980 sci-fi classic Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

      • Bananachek

        The "Bananachek" sketch is a parody of the mid-70s crime drama Banachek.

      • I'm Forgettable

        The song Brak sings from the heart of his bottom is a parody of "Unforgettable," written by Irving Gordon and first recorded in 1951 by Nat "King" Cole.

      • Andy Warhol
        When Brak appears four times, in four different-colored boxes, this is reminiscant of Andy Warhol's painting of Marilyn Monroe. Brak also mentions 'Art' in his song right at that moment.

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