Even Stevens

Season 3 Episode 2

Where in the World Is Pookie Stevens?

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Mar 01, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Where in the World Is Pookie Stevens?
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Louis is after a new drum set so organizes a garage sale to get rid of all their excess junk so that he can make some money to get them. In the process though Louis gets rid of Ren's teddy so they set about finding it.

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  • Great episode!

    9.3
    The Stevens have a garage sale in which they put all of the unuseful things that they have in there, later on, Louis accidentally puts Pookie in a box and is buy by an unknown buyer, and that causes Ren to grow up very worried. Louis wants to buy drums, and is about to do it thanks to the money of the garage sale when he sees Mr. Pookie there, and because is a classic toy it costs 200$, and he buys it without even claiming credit for that, and when the family finds out about the good action he did, they buy him the drums, but he plays them badly. What a really cool episode!moreless
Sean Faris

Sean Faris

Scott Brooks

Guest Star

Kim Delgado

Kim Delgado

Gus

Guest Star

Mary Portser

Mary Portser

Antiques Appraiser

Guest Star

Lauren Frost

Lauren Frost

Ruby

Recurring Role

Jim Wise

Jim Wise

Coach Tugnut

Recurring Role

Steven Anthony Lawrence

Steven Anthony Lawrence

Beans

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (6)

    • The telephone number (555-0199) on the flyer given out by the Stevens family is the same as a number used on a flyer in the episode "Educating Ethan" of the Lizzie McGuire TV series.

    • Continuity: When Steve Stevens is looking at the unused junk Louis has accumulated, one of the items is the churro machine seen previously in "Get a Job." Also among the junk: the suit of armour Louis was hoping to buy in "Secret World of Girls."

    • During the yard sale, in the first shot of Donnie's area where he has all his sports stuff, the sign behind him reads "Donny's Corner". "Donnie" is misspelled here. In all the shots after this one, there are sneakers, or some other equipment hanging over the "y's", hiding the spelling mistake.

    • When Eileen Stevens goes into Ren's room to see if Ren is alright, the table with the Effiel Tower lamp is beside her bed on the left side of the TV, BUT when Ren goes to bed and finds Mr. Pookie, the table is on the other side (hence, the right side of the TV).

    • The price tag of $200 put on Mr. Pookie at the pawn shop looks like it uses a backward cent sign rather of a dollar sign.

    • The telephone number (555-0199) on the fliers given out by the family is different than the number on the fliers Louis distributed for his dogsitting service in "Get a Job."

  • QUOTES (6)

  • NOTES (5)

    • The town of Gilroy, California makes it's 3rd and final reference in the series. First in "Broadcast Blues" on Cynthia Mills' broadcast, in "The Kiss" when Tawny mentions her father is from there, and now in reference to a football game Donnie was in.

    • Louis first gets his drum set in this episode (production number 303) even though in "Your Toast (ep. #301), he already has them. Obviously, this is one reason why this episode aired before "Your Toast" did.

    • Character with no lines: Smitty, who works in the pawn shop; Mrs. Dutton, the woman Louis sells fake vomit to at the yard sale.

    • Once again, it sounds like Jim Wise, who plays Coach Tugnut, is doing the voice-over work, this time as the announcer on the Mr. Pookie commercial.

    • Executive producer David Brookwell directed this episode.

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • The episode title is a take off on Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, the first of a slew of educational game shows for children, this one focusing on geography. It spawned computer games and many other spinoffs like Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? The original program was hosted by Greg Lee and featured actress Lynne Thigpen as the Chief.

    • Loius: How 'bout I throw in the Flashdance T-shirt and matching headband?

      Flashdance is a 1983 movie starring Jennifer Beals as a young woman in Pittsburgh who works as a welder by day and an exotic dancer by night, but who dreams of joining a professional dance company. The movie had a big influence on fashions of the time, such as the off-the-shoulder sweater and leg warmers.

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