Drew Carey's Green Screen Show

Season 1 Episode 9

Episode #09

Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 17, 2005 on Comedy Central



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • (in the movie scene)
      Jeff: I know a secret of mermabeasts, that the only thing you need to release them from their spell is the tender kiss...
      Sean: Oh, God.
      Jeff: The tender kiss of a prince. (audience laughter)
      Brad: You're absolutely right.
      Jeff: And when I say 'tender,' I don't mean tender like 'muah', I mean like (sticking tongue out) 'muahahaha.' (Sean groans)
      Brad: I absolutely agree. This is probably the most awkward time for me to give you your legal birthright as my elder brother. (audience applause, Brad bows at Jeff's feet)
      Jeff: Uh, my brother...
      Brad: Yes...yes my prince, soon to be king?
      Jeff: We should split up! (runs off)

    • (in Sound Effects)
      Brad: I'm gonna clock in.
      Greg: Okay. (Sarah makes a click sound)
      Brad: Oh, it stapled my time card.
      Greg: You've got one of those wimpy little time cards. Watch me clock in. (Carlos makes a boom noise, a boxing glove comes down and destroys the time clock) Uh-huh.
      Brad: I hope I get my hours.

    • (in New Choice)
      Jeff: Has anyone told you how handsome you are in the light of a satanic foie gras machine?
      Greg: Not in the last millisecond!

    • Jeff: (French accent) Just in case, I'm going to put on my goggles.
      Brad: New Choice!
      Jeff: I'm going to put on a tutu and dance.
      Brad: New Choice!
      Jeff: I'm going to put on a new accent. (Hispanic accent) ¿Yo, como esta?
      Brad: Old Choice.
      Jeff: (French accent) I'm going back to ze tutu!

    • Drew: When you close your eyes and you go to sleep, what do you dream about?
      Man in audience: Drew Carey!!
      Drew: No, not me.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Greg: Quelle dommage!
      When Greg states this French phrase, a duck on a string with the sign "Dommage" under it comes down. This is a reference to Groucho Marx's game show "You Bet Your Life."

    • The ditty that Greg hums while he's pounding on his hammer and things are falling from the sky is "The Anvil Chorus" by Verdi.

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