Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo
Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess
The New Guy keeps changing size, sometimes Bloo is higher then his foot, sometimes lower. However it might be possible that Bloo is shrinking.
When Herriman is saying that Bloo's fight is a gentlemen's engagement, his monocole switched from his left eye to his right.
Bloo: But me, I'm tough and gritty. Like a tough, gritty flower. Grew up in the streets.
Chester: I thought you grew up in Mac's apartment.
Bloo: Which over-looked a street!
Eduardo: (After The New Guy squashes Bloo following his comment about his visual gags) That is the best punchline I have seen all day!
(Bloo is leading Eduardo through an excuse of them playing hide-and-go-seek to try to escape 'The New Guy' after he catches them in his room)
Bloo: That's right, and that means you have to stay here and count to ten a hundred times while I go run and hide. For the rest of my life! (Runs out)
Eduardo: (Looks up at The New Guy, speaking in a frightened voice) Uno, dos...tres?
Bloo: I DON'T HAVE DIGNITY AND GRACE!!!
Mr. Herriman: What you do have... (Glances at Madame Foster's special indestructible clock) is precisely an hour and 14 minutes left before... well, let's just say you have an hour and 14 minutes left! Wahahahaha!!!
Bloo: (Writing more on his expulsion case, trying to get kicked out to avoid the house) Come on, let's spice things up, just like I did last week on taco night!
(Short scene involving characters spewing fire)
Mr. Herriman: Th-th-that was YOU?!? But I thought Jolly Buttons...
Bloo:: Nope, me. I just framed Jolly.
Mr. Herriman: We had him deported...
Bloo: I know. He still sends me postcards!
(Holds out a postcard saying "I will get you.")
Bloo: And let's not forget The Dawn of a Thousand Lawnmowers...
(Scene where Foster's is slightly off kilter and nearly tottering as ground is gone underneath)
Bloo: Or the Eve of Two Thousand Water Balloons...
(Wilt's eyes emerge from underwater inside the house)
Bloo: Or the breaking of all of the clocks two hours ago, and last but not least, I'm getting into a fight this afternoon.
Madame Foster: Okay, according to our calculations, you have a one in a quadrillion chance...
Bloo: OF GETTING A RACE CAR BED?!
Madame Foster: (Blows a raspberry) Of lasting thirty seconds with the new guy!
Bloo: Oh, him again.
Madame Foster: And that's being generous. But if you past thirty seconds, to say, thirty-one seconds, that's just one itty-bitty extra second - MAMA GETS PAID! WHOO-HOO-HOO!
Bloo: (Surprised about this devlopment) YOU'RE BETTING!? FOR ME!?
Madame Foster: No, mostly against you, I'm trying to cover my bases. (Eduardo walks in injured) Oh, that isn't pretty.
Bloo: Hi, Eduardo. You found me.
Eduardo: Si, I found you. Now you're "it" and The New Guy was just warming up on me.
Wilt: I, for one applaud the New Guy. You're finally going to get what you deserve!
Bloo: (Ecstatic) A race car bed? I'M FINALLY GETTING A RACE CAR BED!!!
Wilt: No, you're getting your just desserts. A taste of your own medicine.
Bloo: Is it bubble gum flavored?
Wilt: No, it isn't... but you're going to take it anyway. Your days of insensitivity for us non-smalls will finally will be over... when the clock strikes four!
Bloo: Not if I strike first.
Madame Foster: Because this lilly-livered creampuff is trying to avoid a crushing date with destiny, but as we all know, time waits for no man.
Bloo: What about imaginary friends? Does it wait for imaginary friends?
Madame Foster: Not on my watch.
For the first time in the series Mr. Herriman doesn't wear his monocle. Bloo took it from him before the story started.
The ending reveals that no one really wants Bloo around.
Animation Studio: Cartoon Network Studios.
Terrence looked a lot different in this episode. Two possibilities:
1) Maybe, this is a new look for him, or
2) This marks the first time that Cartoon Network Studios did an episode with Terrence. The other Terrence episodes aired up to now were done by Boulder Media.
The sledgehammer on the watermelon is based on Gallagher's famous "Sledge-O-Matic" routine.
For the first time in the series, Mr. Herriman opens both eyes at once.
Credits: Mr. Herriman whacking the model Bloo.
Imaginary Friend Debuts: 'The New Guy,' Chester.
UK airdate: April 25, 2005.
Title Card Sound: The New Guy going "Doom, doom, doom, doom!"
This episode marks Terrence's Season Two debut. His last appearance was in "Seeing Red."
Running Gag: 1) The green stick friend spotting Bloo behind the flower pot. 2) Madame Foster and Coco take bets. 3) Bloo thinking he's getting a racing car bed.
For the first segment of the episode, no humans make any appearances.
n/a: The New Guy
The New Guy loosely resembles in color and style Sully from Disney/Pixar's Monsters, Inc..
Episode Title: Beat With A Schtick.
An pun on the cliché to "beat with a stick".
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