Everybody Hates Chris

Season 2 Episode 22

Everybody Hates the Last Day

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM May 14, 2007 on The CW
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Chris plays a prank on Caruso on the last day of school. Drew wears his cap and gown before his Graduation against Rochelle's wishes. Julius tries to unclog Mr. Omar's drain.

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  • A very fitting season finale

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    Better season finale than last season, both very good except this one felt like a season finale. It's the last day of school and Chris wants revenge on Caruso for making his school life miserable. Meanwhile, Julius tries to fix Mr. Omar's clogged drain, but he only makes things worse by putting all kinds of crazy things down the drain and has to be reported to the housing authority. Drew keeps wearing his graduation outfit which annoys Tonya thus her throwing ice-cream on it - just after Rochelle told him not to wear it around the house. My favourite parts are when Rochelle talks calmly to Drew and Tonya, then takes off her belt and sends them upstairs. Also after all of Chris' hard planning, he ends up in summer school with Caruso after his plan successfully works!moreless
Pat Asanti

Pat Asanti

Plumber

Guest Star

Julie Lancaster

Julie Lancaster

Newswoman

Guest Star

Travis T. Flory

Travis T. Flory

Joey Caruso

Recurring Role

Lynda Scarlino

Lynda Scarlino

Mrs. Milone

Recurring Role

Jacqueline Mazarella

Jacqueline Mazarella

Ms. Morello

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Chris: (narrating) Finding out that Caruso loved cats was like finding out that Saddam Hussein collected Cabbage Patch Kids.

    • Chris: How are you gonna follow someone with a fake mustache and a Hawaiian shirt and expect them not to notice you?
      Greg: Works for Magnum, P.I.
      Chris: Number one, Tom Selleck is a 45-year-old man. Two, he wears Hawaiian shirts in Hawaii. There, they're just shirts. It's like Chinese food in China.
      Greg: Nothing could be further from the truth. There's Mandarin, Cantonese, Szechuan, my favorite, Hunan, Shanghai...

    • Chris: (narrating) In order to exact the perfect revenge, I decided I should consult some experts.
      Jerome: If I was you, I'd move on to his block and take a dollar from him every day for the rest of his life. Lemme hold a dollar.
      Vanessa: You could slash his tires, pour sugar in his gas tank, put bleach on his clothes, give his wife a bad perm.
      Kill Moves: Revenge? Success, the best revenge.

    • Julius: You ever heard of a Puerto Rican with a plugged-up sink?
      Mr. Omar: No.
      Julius: OK.
      Chris: (narrating) It's just hittin' Mr. Omar that maybe he did know a Puerto Rican with a plugged-up sink.

    • Chris: (narrating) My father thought he could fix anything with Krazy Glue or duct tape.
      Rochelle: What you doin'?
      Julius: Fixin' the table. All done.
      Rochelle: Julius! Did you fix that flat tire?
      Julius: Good as new.
      Rochelle: Did you fix that noise yet?
      Julius: Quiet as a mouse. (Chris, Drew and Tonya are seen with duct tape over their mouths)

    • Julius: (about Mr. Omar's drain) How long's it been like that?
      Chris: (narrating) Ever since it got back from vacation in Haiti.

    • Chris: (narrating) Someday Al Gore is gonna trace global warming back to that sink.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Greg: It's like that movie, "The Birds!"

      The Birds is a 1963 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock about a small California town called Bodega Bay where birds of all kinds suddenly begin to attack people, in increasing numbers and with increasing viciousness.

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