Drawn Together

Season 3 Episode 11

Drawn Together Babies

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Aired Thursday 10:30 PM Oct 25, 2007 on Comedy Central
8.1
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Episode Summary

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The eight housemates are living together as babies, and when Mommy and Daddy leave them with a babysitter they begin to plot against her. They end up killing her and have to trick her boyfriend and cover up the whole thing.

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  • ROFLMAO! possibly the best episode :D

    9.5
    LoL this was the best Drawn Together yet! This obvious "Muppet Babies" parody was hysterically funny. I like how throughout the episode it explains how each individual character looked like as a baby and why they turned out the way they did. Ling-Ling was adorable speaking English :D The humor and jokes were very funny and kept me laughing throughout the entire episode. I thought the rebellious brother was funny because he wore no pants. What else can I say about this episode? It was a classic Drawn Together momment. Anyways I wish this series good luck because it is a really runny show and I would hate to see it canceled so early.moreless
  • A wonderfully sick & twisted parody of The Muppet Babies featuring adorable baby versions of our beloved DT cast... what more could any 80's child ask for??

    10
    First off, thank you Comedy Central for finally showing the rest of season 3. I had to wait almost a year for the conclusion of "Lost in Parking Space"... all I want for Christmas is for this show to NOT get canceled anytime soon!



    Doing a parody of The Muppet Babies with the housemates was truly a stroke of genius. Even from the opening credits I knew I was going to love this--because not only was every baby housemate incredibly adorable, but they were the complete opposite of their adult selves! As the episode progresses we see what happens to each housemate to give them their most apparent personality quirk (Clara's racism, Xandir's homosexuality, Ling-Ling's language, Toot's weight & self-mutilation, Hero's sex obsession, Wooldoor's bizarre looks, Foxxy's sluttish ways, Spanky's nudity & love of excrement, etc.) These quirks are pointed out by a narrator--a parody in itself having a seemingly refined old English gentleman saying homo and "whore"... very funny.



    Immediately Hero steals the show as the tattletale momma's boy and when the b*tchy neglectful babysitter arrives, the situation escalates out of control. Though it's obviously not meant to be canon (they're brothers and sisters here but as adults they're not related and didn't know each other before becoming housemates) it is still an extremely funny parody and a fresh take on the crazy DT atmosphere.



    The voice acting and animation were especially good in this episode, it is definitely the best of season 3 so far and one of my favorite episodes of the series overall. A+!moreless
  • We get a peek at the Drawn Together gang as babies...twisted babies.

    8.5
    This episode was pretty tame as episodes go, but it was funny all the same. The background of how each character evolved was pretty interesting. Some of them were pretty predictable, like Xandir realizing his homosexuality by getting kissed by Chad. Wooldoor turning yellow and growing a weird nose though was a pretty strange reaction to the sit and spin, but then when has Drawn Together ever been normal.



    In this episode it is actually the other characters, not the regular Drawn Together characters who provide the laughs. The Huffingtons, Chad and Chase Chad's rebellious brother are good foils for the babies. The mom and dad one-liners are pretty funny.



    All in all a pretty re-watchable episode.moreless
  • Funny, Funny stuff! :lol:

    10
    After a lackluster episode with Toot, it's refreshing to see a genuine episode that makes you laugh because "Drawn Together" is doing what it does best: making fun of other well known cartoon shows and plots and loving every minute! For some unexplainable reason, the cast is featured as babies in this episode and they've got to learn how to successfully make it so that they all manage to stay out of trouble when a murder accidentaly takes place. Of course, there's lots of discovery's on the way. Foxxy Love learns how to Not be shy about her appearance, Princess Clara learns that just because you're royalty doesn't mean others will follow your plans, Ling Ling discovers his gimmick when others don't listen to him, Toot becomes self-destructive after she finishes the job of killing the Baby-sitter, Xandir discovers his True calling when he kisses a guy, Spanky discovers the joy of nudity when he decides to go to the restroom the way wild animals do, Wooldoor learns that even though he looks good as a Whacky Watchamacallit, to Never get on a toy merry-go-round with Captain Hero, and Captain Hero learns that a deceased person's body is fair game for anything! And one last thing, Foxxy Love, Wooldoor Sockbat, and Spanky Hamm looked So cute at that age! It's easy to see why they're the more popular characters on this show! :idea: Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • According to this episode, this is how the following babies acquired their various traits:

      Foxxy's Wardrobe: She removed most of it in order to distract Captain Hero.

      Clara's Racism: She felt snubbed when all of the other babies decide to go with Foxxy's plan because they felt that as Foxxy was an African-American, she needed a helping hand.

      Toot's Appetite: Decided to start eating the first time she killed somebody in order to fill the void in her heart.

      Ling Ling's Language: Decided to start talking in a made-up language when nobody listened to what he said in English.

      Xandir's Sexuality: Learned he liked guys when he had to kiss Chad's Rebellious Brother Chase in order to keep him fooled.

      Spanky's Behavior: Learned he liked to 'relieve' himself anywhere when he had to make it look like the 'Babysitter's' water had broke.

      Wooldoor's Appearance: Got it when Captain Hero spun a toy Merry Go Round so much that it removed most of Walter Saget's hair and rearranged his organs so that he needs to go "Whee!" constantly lest he drown in his own bile.

      Captain Hero's Quirks: Got it when he wanted to be alone with the body of the dead Babysitter.

    • This episode has a special opening theme that includes a song made for "Drawn Together Babies" and numerous clips of the cast a babies.

  • QUOTES (24)

    • Captain Hero: If you tell me everything, I can talk to the DA about extenuating circumstances.
      Walter Sagat (Wooldoor): "Stenuating circumstances"? What's that mean?
      Captain Hero: How am I supposed to know? I'm a god-damned baby!

    • Clara: Oh, my God! Mrs. Drawn Together, you whore! And Tyrone, I paid you to kill her, not fuck her!

    • Foxxy: Hey mama, you want some brown sugar?
      Mommy: Oh, is Black Daddy here?
      Foxxy: No.
      Mommy: Well, then get off me you little slut!

    • Xandir: Foxxy, wanna race?
      Foxxy: A'ight, but I'm real shy, so won't you please pretend I'm the genocide in Sudan and turn your head?
      Clara: What's a genocide?
      Foxxy: How should I know? I'm just a baby!

    • Captain Hero: So, Walter Saget, I suppose you don't know anything about that missing babysitter.
      Walter Saget (Wooldoor): How should I know? I'm just a pure and innocent little baby. Maybe she went to wash her dirty snatch.

    • Ling-Ling: You no listen to me. Ling-Ling start speaking crazy language I make up with dead twin.
      Narrator: (speaking Ling-Ling's language) And that's how Ling-Ling began speaking Oriental.

    • Charlotte: Listen up, you little bastards! My boyfriend, Chad Huffington, heir to the Huffington Pants fortune, is coming over, so you assholes better shut the hell up and stay in your fucking rooms!
      Captain Hero: Don't worry, ma'am, I'll patrol the hallway and make sure they stay put.
      Charlotte: Spoken like a true ass-kissing adopted homo.

    • Daddy: I don't wanna be late, so could you move your fat ass?!
      Mommy: Shut your god damn mouth, you drunken, unemployed bastard! You're gonna wake up Sid! (cut to Sid's bassinet, where the buzzing of flies can be heard, indicating that he has passed away)

    • Mr. Huffington: Chad, no son of mine will be involved with trash. Either end this right now, or you are no longer heir to the Huffington Pants fortune.

    • Captain Hero: If you tell me everything, maybe we talk to the D.A. about extenuating circumstances!
      Walter Saget (Wooldoor): What does "extenuating circumstances" mean?
      Captain Hero: How am I supposed to know? I'm a god damn baby!

    • Captain Hero: I'm telling mommy!
      Xandir: You are such a tattle-tale, you adopted homo!
      Captain Hero: I was not adopted!

    • Daddy: I'll go ahead and take the sitter home.
      Mommy: Oh, good. I've been brewing a major steamer and if I don't drop it out soon, it's going to tear me to shreds.
      Daddy: Why do you always have to be so disgusting!?

    • (Referring to Ling-Ling)
      Chad: Does it look like me?
      Chad's Rebelious Brother Chase: Does it look like me?
      Doctor: He looks more like... errrm.... Dr Lingstein?

    • Captain Hero: Like when daddy plays with mommy on her woman week, I've caught you red-handed!

    • Wooldoor: WHEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!
      Captain Hero: "Wheee"? Why the hell did you say "Wheee"?
      Wooldoor: You damaged my internal organs on the sit and spin. I have to make that sound every thirty seconds, or I'll drown in my own bile. (Wooldoor simulates drowning )
      Wooldoor: WHEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

    • Narrator: And that is how Toot became a one-dimentional fat joke.
      Audience: Your face is a fat joke!
      Narrator: No. Yours is.

    • Foxxy: Like a retard swimiing at the Y, it's time to dump in the pool.

    • Captain Hero: Hey, look at that. My pee-pee bone is back.

    • Foxxy (referring to the murder of the babysitter): Now, y'all. We've gotta stay calm. Don't act like we've never done this before.

    • Toot: I can't go back to the Time Out Room again! I won't go back! (She jumps through a playhouse window breaking the glass and starts sucking her thumb.)

    • Clara: To make the babysitter come, I'll cry even louder than daddy after he found out about black daddy.

    • Foxxy (Referring to Toot's eating): Hey! Them ain't your Funyuns! Them's Foxxy's Funyuns!
      Narrator: And that's how Foxxy learned that they ain't your Funyuns, them's Foxxy's Funyuns.
      (Begins eating Funyuns.)

    • Walter Saget (Wooldoor) (Referring to the new babysitter): This babysitter is even worse than the one who liked to tickle us with her cigarettes.
      (Camera pans to Clara with a cigarette burn.)

    • Foxxy: You guys get rid of Chad.
      (The other babies get excited and pull out guns.)
      Foxxy: Not the African country. The babysitter's boyfriend!
      (The other babies drop their guns in disappointment.)

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • Ling-Ling: Attica! Attica!:
      This is a reference to Al Pacino's line in the movie Dog Day Afternoon.

    • The Brady Bunch:
      The intro screen with the babies each in their own square parodies the opening sequence of The Brady Bunch.

    • I Want To Sex You Up:

      The song Ling-Ling sings along to in one of the segues is a song performed by musical band Color Me Badd and their most well known song.

    • Robin Leach:

      The on-screen Narrator is a parody of the host who's well known for hosting the hit 1980's show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. He was previously seen in Captain Hero's Marriage Pact.

    • Muppet Babies:

      This episode is a spoof of The Muppet Babies, especially with the element of the unseen adult and the overture.

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