Chowder

Season 2 Episode 7

The Party Cruise / Won Ton Bombs

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Apr 02, 2009 on Cartoon Network
8.5
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The Party Cruise / Won Ton Bombs
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The Party Cruise: Mung takes Chowder and Shnitzel on a fishing trip, even though they want to go home.

Won Ton Bombs: Mung's old cooking master tells about Mung's greatest cooking failure.

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  • Both of these pairings aren't very good but I liked "Won Ton Bombs" a little better

    5.5
    The Party Cruise: Mung takes Chowder and Shnitzel on a fishing trip, even though they want to go home. I thought that this was a mediocre episode of "Chowder". This is probably one of the worst episodes that I have ever seen from this show. The storyline was very very weak plus the episode was just getting extremely boring almost all the way. I got some good laughs which made me score a little high such as Chowder, Schnitzel, and everyone doing yoga plus stretching out their butts and letting out fart (that part is drop dead hilarious), and about four more funny parts. Humor is about the only thing that my score a little high. The storyline was however in the bad range and it was very boring so yeah. This episode just could've been better in my opinion. I really wouldn't say it's worth your time though and I've seen better episodes than this installment. Overall, a mediocre episode of "Chowder". 5/10



    Won Ton Bombs: Mung's old cooking master tells about Mung's greatest cooking failure. I thought that this was just an okay episode of "Chowder". It was a little better than "The Party Cruise but it was still a weak episode. Not that it's a bad episode because it isn't but it just has its problems. I really liked that James Hong guest starred in this episode and his voice fits perfectly with Mung Daal's old cooking teacher. Now the main problems that I really had with this episode was Mung Daal's old cooking teacher humiliating him by telling the whole town his story about his biggest failure when he was young. I just hated him for humiliating poor Mung Daal for that and how he never respected him. The episode itself also felt rushed almost all the way through. However, the storyline was very interesting because Mung Daal and Chowder go deep inside the thought bubble to change Mung Daal's past on his biggest failure which was not making the won ton bombs right but they want to make Mung's past right. This episode also had some funny parts to give me a good laugh. It was also very cool that Mung Daal's old cooking teacher said "And that's the story of how Mung Daal became the greatest chef ever" after Chowder and Mung Daal fixed Mung's past. However, I hated the ending with the whole town disappearing because Chowder did something that interfered with Mung's past but the very second episode (see why) made me laugh though but it's kinda random. Overall, this is just an okay episode of "Chowder"... it had some funny parts and the storyline was very interesting but the biggest problem was Mung Daal's old cooking teacher, the ending, and the storyline gets rushed and lacks in some ways. 6/10moreless
  • Chowder running around naked as a distraction? Truly genius writing and animation! :D

    10
    This episode of "Chowder" might have taken some liberties with breaking down the 4th wall, but it's impossible to Not write a positive review when it involves something as undeniably funny as Chowder's unorthodox stunt! :D When it comes to making with situations and gags that are completely off the wall, this show is among the cream of the crop! The first hilarious situation involves Mung Dall trying to convince Chowder and Schnitzel there's Nothing more fun than to spend a whole day going fishing. Unfortunately, Reuben gets involved. Mung Dall doesn't want to have anything to do with Reuben, but he's got the only Marzipan City Boat available to rent. So Mung Dall decides to take his chances with the sandwich hungry entrepreneur, unaware that there's also a whole crew of party happy party-goers to contend with in addition to the stage hogging (pun intended!) Habits and antics of Reuben! :lol: It doesn't take too long for Schnitzel to go to the 'Dark Side' and soon, Chowder chooses the fun Reuben over Mung Dall's boring fishing trip as well. Undaunted, Mung Dall tries to wing it alone, but every activity Reuben has his party-goers take part in is the exact opposite of subtlety and quiet, the one thing Mung Dall wants but is definitely Not going to get! Finally, Mung Dall can't take the distractions any longer and threatens to mutiny the entire ship if the party doesn't stop! :shock: But before Mung Dall can grab the wheel, Chowder tries to reason with the master chef. Chowder tells Mung Dall that violence isn't the answer, and real men shouldn't have to resort to brutality to get what they want. In fact, Chowder would rather be a happy party-goer than be a violent, angry, rage-filled man. Touched by his words, Mung Dall relents, but is left holding the bag when Reuben abandons his stolen ship with Mung Dall steering the wheel. And the second situation can simply be summed up as, Young Mung Dall does a funny dance, and Chowder gets Naked! 8) An incredible episode! :idea: Enough said! ;)moreless
Lori Alan

Lori Alan

Lady #2 / Lady #6 / Lady #8

Guest Star

Eric Bauza

Eric Bauza

Shmoast Guard / Tourist #2 / Charlie #2

Guest Star

Jennifer Hale

Jennifer Hale

Lady #1 / Lady #4 / Lady #7

Guest Star

Dwight Schultz

Dwight Schultz

Guy / Owner / Man in Lifeboat

Recurring Role

John DiMaggio

John DiMaggio

Hamhock / Timmy / Man

Recurring Role

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Lady #3 / Lady #5

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (4)

  • QUOTES (10)

    • Man #1: Did you see those two guys? They weren't wearing a thong! I mean, how can you go on a cruise without a thong? How?
      Man #2: WHAT HAS THIS WORLD COME TO???

    • Mung: I don't want--
      Lo Mein: NO! Sit down. It's story time.
      Truffle: Did someone say stories? About Mung's past?
      Shnitzel: Ooh! Radda!
      Hamhock: Stories? We like stories! Right, Marzipan City? (Mazipan City cheers)

    • Mung: Chowder! If I met my past self, it could unravel the space-time continuum.
      Chowder: But what does the space-time condiminium have to do with... wait? What're we talking about?

    • Chowder: (gasp) IT'S YOU AS A KID! You were so green! So... greeeeen... (starts running towards Young Mung frantically) Hiiii. I'm Chooooowder. I know you in the fuuuuutuuure! Fuuuutuure! (Mung pulls Chowder away) FUTURE!

    • Mung: Now, Chowder! Do it, now! (Chowder rips off his clothes and runs around naked)
      Chowder: Label! Label, label, label! I need a label! Something that tells me what I am! Am I a rabbit? A cat? A baby hippopotamus? This is so uncomfortable! Somebody please label me before it's too late!
      (Mung quickly switches the bad Won Ton Bomb dish with the good Won Ton Bomb dish)
      Mung: (whispers) I've got it, Chowder!
      Chowder: (calmly) That is all.

    • (After Mung sees Shnitzel wearing a hula skirt)
      Mung: Well, Chowder, it looks like we've lost Shnitzel to the dark side.
      Chowder: I don't know, Mung Dall. The dark side looks a lot brighter.

    • Mung: Remember what I've told you, Chowder.
      Chowder: Never eat barbed wire.

    • Young Mung: Oh ladies! You want some squats with that order? (starts squatting)

    • Young Mung: What the heck are those?
      Lo Mein: Those are LADIES.
      Young Mung: Ladies?
      Lo Mein: No, no, no. LADIES.
      Lady: Oh my! I could order a million of you!!!
      Young Mung: LADIES!!!

    • Mung: Did I ever tell you the story of my famous 1,000-day fishing trip?
      Chowder: How many days?
      Mung: 1,000.
      Chowder: Oh, gosh!

  • NOTES (5)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Mung is explaining to Chowder how changing the past could alter the future, a picture of Mung, Chowder, Shnitzel, and Truffles is shown, with the characters disappearing one by one. This is a reference to the movie, Back to the Future.

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