Even Stevens

Season 3 Episode 10

Hutch Boy

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Jul 05, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Hutch Boy
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Louis is being bullied and Tom comes to his rescue by teaching him self defence.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Brad Bufanda

    Brad Bufanda

    Lloyd Offler

    Guest Star

    Mike Randleman

    Mike Randleman

    Mr. Bartlet

    Guest Star

    Lauren Frost

    Lauren Frost

    Ruby

    Recurring Role

    Fred Meyers

    Fred Meyers

    Tom

    Recurring Role

    Steven Anthony Lawrence

    Steven Anthony Lawrence

    Beans

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (7)

      • Ren belongs to something called the "Junior Overachievers Club!" Although this is no doubt supposed to be a joke, the name might come from Junior Achievement, an organization devoted to encouraging youth involvement with business and free enterprise.

      • When Ruby dyes Ren's hair blonde and she takes the shower cap off, her hair is curly when it is almost completely straight as brown.

      • If you look closely, you really can tell that Ren's blonde hair is just a wig.

      • Nitpick: Ren has fairly dark brown hair, it would be rather hard to dye her hair that blonde because dark hair has a tendency to stay a bit darker than the shade of blonde Ren's hair was.

      • When Louis tells Lloyd "Meet me in the alley," he doesn't tell him which alley.

      • The school bus lets Louis off on the left side of the street!

      • When Louis is holding a cinder block, Tom hits it and it shatters. The pieces fall lightly to the ground, making it obvious that they are made of styrofoam or some sort of light, easily-breakable material.

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Beans: You got any honey mustard?
        Steve: (to Eileen) Did you adopt him without telling me?
        Eileen: Beans, do you ever eat at home?
        Beans: Yeah. My mom says I can really put it away.

      • Tom: I'd like to live in a world with less hitting, and more hugging.

      • Louis: (to the blonde Ren, having no idea that is his sister) Hey, whats up? What's happening blondie?
        (Ren goes into class and Louis has a disgusted look on his face)
        Louis: Ren?

      • Tawny: You mean Tom had to save Louis from a cabinet?
        Louis: It wasn't a cabinet, stop saying that! It was a hutch, it's smaller!

      • Louis: (on phone to Lloyd) Meet me in the alley at seven o'clock tomorrow night. 'Cause I'm gonna open up a can of Lloyd Stroganoff on ya, boy, if you smell what Louis is cookin'!

      • Steve: Ren! Your hair!
        Ren: Yeah, I know. You like it?
        Steve: Yeah!
        Eileen: I, I love it, I think it looks great!
        Beans: HUBBA! HUBBA!
        Steve: Beans, go home, you're creepin' me out.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Characters with no lines: Brittany and Lauren, two of the blondes with Ruby.

      • The song playing when Ren is walking down the hall as a blonde for the first time is an original, but it's based on the 1985 hit "Walkin' On Sunshine," by Katrina and the Waves.

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Louis: I'm gonna open up a can of Lloyd Stroganoff...

        This is a less-obvious reference to the World Wrestling Federation, more specifcailly, to "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. Steve Austin, however, uses a line a little less appropriate for a Disney show, often saying "I'm gonna open up a can of whoop-ass..." The writers seems to be wrestling fans, also using wrestlers' entrance music (Luscious Lou) and championship belts (Sibling Rivalry).

      • Louis: ...if you smell what Louis is cookin'!

        When Louis tells this to Lloyd, he's quoting the fan-favorite wrestler The Rock. One of his trademarks was saying "...if you SMELLLLLLLL what The Rock is cookin'!" in interviews.

      • Beans: HUBBA HUBBA!

        This expression is an old one, in usage well before World War II. It's used to express excitement, and was often used as a response by men to the sight of a pretty or sexy woman. It's considered WAY out of date now.

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