Man / Critter #2 / Hippo / Passenger
Opera Lady / Sultry Woman Voice / Lady Voice
The first thing Mung added to his recipe in "The Catch Phrase" was a flomato. But according to "Certifrycation Class", it should've been a slomato.
Mung: Catchphrases, catchphrases don't make anything better. Construction worker:And, bazoogle! the hole is done.
(crowd cheers) Man:So i was sitting there waiting for the phone to ring and, walang! it rang. (people cheer) Doctor:Yeah then bada-bing! i shot him. Dog;with a hyper-domonic needle? ga-zow! Heads:Then voila, bang, zam-zow, fla-bank, flam-razzle! Mung daal:All rigt already, maybe chowder is right would that make you people happy?! (heads muttering)
Mung Dal: H? What am I going to do with a catch phrase like "H"?
H: Ok! Sheesh! Keep it together man! C'mon kids!
(lower case "h"s follow the capital H)
Chowder: Please try it.
Mung: No, Chowder!
Mung: No, Chowder!
(Chowder's face looks like a lady and in a lady voice)
Chowder: Pretty please
Mung: What the...
Chowder: All the best chefs have a catch phrase.
Mung: I don't have a catch phrase.
Chowder: (pause) All the best chefs have a catch phrase.
Chowder: Without a catchphrase, your cooking is...
Man #1: Kaput?
Man #2: Kaflorp?
Man #3: Bland?
Chowder: What he said. (points to Man #2 and then shuts door)
Mung: My cooking is kaput?
Chowder: (opens door) No, kaflorp. (shuts door)
Mung: What are you doing with that pickle barrel?
Mung: (suspiciously) You were gonna hide that barrel, weren't you?... (happily) And not share a single pickle with me! Oh, Chowder, you irrepressible little scamp.
Chowder: YOU WON'T SHUT DOWN MY BUSINESS!!! (Hits Mung with a frying pan) (creatures talk to him) You're right, I have to dispose of this body, too. It's the only way. (stuffs Mung in the pickle barrel)
Truffles: Hey, what's going on in here?
Chowder: YOU WON'T SHUT DOWN MY BUSINESS!!! (hits Tuffles with frying pan and then stuffs her in the barrel)
Mung: (deadpan) Where did we go wrong?
Chowder: But, Mung, I know customers will wanna eat my Foof n' Scoops. They're magically fooflicious!
Chowder: Everyone has a catchphrase! Shnitzel...
Shnitzel: Radda radda radda.
(puts on ear plugs with Shnitzel)
Truffles: What is all that yelling in there?!
Chowder: Even Gazpacho!
Gazpacho: Sit down, talk, and BUY MY BEANS!
All the catch phrase tried using, but failed:
This marks the fourth time Chowder poses as a lady.
Credits: Gazpacho asks Chowder to pull the splinter off his hand. Afterwards, Mung comes for Chowder's assistance because he has a splinter on his nose.
Introduced Foods and/or Recipes:
Foof N' Scoops
Wet Frepper Sloshages
Gazpacho: But first, where's the money? Show me the money!
Mung: Haven't I heard that somewhere before?
The quote was from the 1996 movie Jerry Macguire starring Tom Cruise.
Gazpacho: You need to ask yourself: Do I feel lucky? Well, do you punk?!
This is the catch phrase that the main character in the 1971 movie Dirty Harry would say.
When Chowder says his Foof N' Scoops is "magically fooflicious", it is a parody of the catchphrase ("magically delicious") of Lucky, the Lucky Charms mascot.
Looney Tunes: When Mung Dall starts shouting nonsensical curse words, the curse words he utters is the trademark rant of the Warner Bros. main cowboy/pirate villain, Yosemite Sam. The outlaw is known for cursing indistinctly when things don't go his way, which was quite often in the theatrical shorts.
Name: The Aluminum Chef
It is a parody of The Iron Chef.
Chef Holland Daze saying "Wazzam!" when adding ingredients is an allusion to Emeril Lagasse, who, on his television show, shouts "Bam!" when adding ingredients.
When Chowder says, "No food for you!" this is a parody of Soup Nazi, a character on Seinfeld who's catch phrase is, "No soup for you!"
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