Fillmore!

Season 1 Episode 4

Cry, The Beloved Mascot

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Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Oct 05, 2002 on ABC
8.4
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Cry, The Beloved Mascot
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Someone has stolen X Middle School's beloved mascot Lobstee the Lobster. Time is running out for both Lobstee and the Bocce Team, and the key to finding him before time runs out might be X's resident psychic, Alistair Greystone. Will Alistair and the Safety Patrol find Lobstee before it's too late, or is the psychic a fake?moreless

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  • Someone stole lobstee X's mascot!

    9.2
    i thought this episode was pretty great. my favorite part was probably when ingrid took a pie in the face for folsom. that was great!!! fillmore in shorts is hysterical!! i thought this episode had a great plot!! i enjoyed it very much! you know i didnt really expect the person which was a first cause i can usually figure out who it is before it becomes obvious. i guess it was kinda refreshing knowing i'm not right all the time lol just kidding but i do enjoy surprises and this episode was definately a suprise. it was pretty cool!!!moreless
Wendie Malick

Wendie Malick

Principal Folsom

Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown

Cornelius Fillmore

Danny Tamberelli

Danny Tamberelli

Joseph Anza

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

Ingrid Third

Horatio Sanz

Horatio Sanz

Jr. Commissioner Vallejo

Jeff Probst

Jeff Probst

Vice-Principal Raycliff

Holly Robinson Peete

Holly Robinson Peete

Joelle Fillmore

Guest Star

Gary Dourdan

Gary Dourdan

Karim Fillmore

Guest Star

Gary Leroi Gray

Gary Leroi Gray

Harrison Post

Guest Star

Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Karen Tehama

Recurring Role

Kyle Sullivan

Kyle Sullivan

Danny O'Farrell

Recurring Role

Debi Derryberry

Debi Derryberry

Voice of Cheri Shotwell

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Fillmore: I was questioning Brock Mason and I slipped.
      Folsom: Fillmore, a slip is when a clown steps on a banana peel. What I've got is a three ringed circus with bearded ladies and dog faced boys.

    • Alistair: Whatcha gonna do now we've come for you? Whatcha gonna do?

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • This episode's title is based on the classic book Cry, the Beloved Country

    • Ingrid/Perp: Chase in the House of Mirrors
      The confrontation with the culprit in the house of mirrors is awfully similar to the final confrontation with Adrena-Lynn in the 'Kim Possible' episode 'All the News'. Like Kim, Ingrid tried catching the culprit by feeling the mirrors until she got what wasn't the reflection. Unlike Kim, Ingrid succeded in doing so. (The culprit may have gotten away, but still...)

    • Vern Natoma's Mailbox: "All the House That's Fit to Live In"
      Reference to the New York Times' motto: "All the News That's Fit to Print"

    • Safety Patrol: Principal Folsom Protective Detail
      Based on Clint Eastwood's Secret Service movie "In the Line of Fire."

    • Alistair: Whatcha gonna do now we've come for you?
      Line lifted directly out of "Bad Boys" by Inner Circle, the theme song for Fox's "Cops".

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