Father of the Pride

Season 1 Episode 5

And the Revolution Continues

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Sep 28, 2004 on NBC
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And the Revolution Continues
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While dining at the Mirage with her family and Siegfried and Roy, Sierra discovers a political prisoner when she meets Emerson the lobster who as survived countless dinners in the hopes of getting his political message out to the masses. Hoping to regain his daughter's affections, Larry frees Emerson from his bondage only to regret his act of kindness based on the lobster's quest to bring down the watering hole. Elsewhere, Siegfried and Roy prepare for the arrival of Barbra Streisand and Sarmoti attempts to bond with Hunter.moreless

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    Danny DeVito

    Danny DeVito

    Voice of Emerson

    Guest Star

    Jeannie Elias

    Jeannie Elias

     

    Guest Star

    Jennifer Coolidge

    Jennifer Coolidge

     

    Guest Star

    Daryl Sabara

    Daryl Sabara

    Hunter

    Recurring Role

    John DiMaggio

    John DiMaggio

     

    Recurring Role

    David Herman

    David Herman

    Voice of Roy

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • While Sarmoti and Hunter are talking next to a dartboard at the entrance of The Watering Hole, a monkey's glass floats a few inches away from his hand.

      • There should have been a slight distortion to Sierra's and Emerson's voices as they talked to each other through the glass and the water in the tank.

      • Near the end. When Larry, Sierra and Emmerson are in front of the Mirage Aquarium. Sierra is seen walking near the tank without her Jeweled Collar. But in the very next scene, it's back around her neck.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Sierra: Emerson is right! School is for drones.
        Larry: No, Sierra. School is important.
        Sierra: Why?
        Larry: Because trying to stay awake for forty minutes while teachers say boring things builds character! End of discussion!

    • NOTES (1)

      • The black panthers guarding Emerson's protest meeting are a reference to The Black Panther Party millitant protester group, formed in 1966.

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