Season 1 Episode 9

In a Pickle

Aired Monday 10:30 PM Mar 24, 2014 on FX
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An offer to be cast in a TV show for children has Ricky, Crisco and Chozen believing things are looking up for them, that is until Chozen hears a rumor that things may not be as they appear and this venture is actually a career killer.

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    • Crew Additions and Clarifications: Adam Ford (Assistant Art Director)
      Chi Duong (Character Director)
      Stefania Sicurelli (Background Director)
      Tim Farrell (Compositing Director)
      Dominike Stanton (Lead Character Design)
      Dominic Prestera (Background Designer)
      Mark Paterson (Lead Motion Designer)
      Dagny Phillips-Stumberger (Layout Director)
      Chris Alvarez (Layout Assistant)
      April Babcock (Character Technical Director)
      Lindsay Rigling Smith (Assistant Character Technical Director)
      Andrea Sipl (Lead Texture Artist)
      Seth Nicholas Johnson (Props Lead)
      Grant Dekernion (Original Music & Vocals)
      Konrad Pinon (Sound Design & Mix), JC Richardson (Sound Design & Mix)
      Victoria Alexander (Lead Animator), Jason Walling (Lead Animator)
      Julian St. Pierre (Lead Environment Artist)
      Leonard Destefano (Render Lead)
      Shannon Dingle (Render Assistant)
      Samuel Burton (Environment Artist), Jorge Gaspar (Environment Artist), Juan Mesa (Environment Artist), Chris Appel (Environment Artist)
      Hans Manfred Cahapisan (Conform Editor)
      Emmanuel Palad (IT Administrator), Dominic Josue (IT Administrator)
      Robert Paraguassu (3D Animation Director)
      Wes Parham (Lead 3D Animator)
      Kevin Rich (3D Animator)
      Neal Biggs (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Cody Cobler (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Jennifer Hickman (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Chad Koerner (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Jim Lammers (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Andy Lozano (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Mason Rhoades (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Mary Shields (3D Modeling & Backgrounds), Matt Tyree (3D Modeling & Backgrounds)


    • "Weebles might Wobble, but they don't fall down."

      These are the episode's last spoken words uttered by the character, Phantasm. The phrase is a variation of an advertising jingle used in conjunction with a child's set of toys. When Hasbro's Playskool launched their Weebles in 1971, their commercials contained the phrase "Weebles wobble, but they don't fall down" as a way to describe the unique characteristics of these roly poly play things. Weebles usually consisted of play sets consisting of buildings or vehicles or other landscapes populated by oval shaped figurines called Weebles. These egg shaped figurines were weighted in such a manner that they would teeter and sway but would always return to an upright position.

      The catchphrase became quite popular and was used in a variety of contexts ranging from mocking the comical movements of a morbidly obese person to praising the resilience of the downtrodden who refuse to give up.