Freakazoid!

Season 2 Episode 8

Island of Dr. Mystico

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Aired Saturday 11:00 AM Feb 07, 1997 on The WB
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While Freakazoid is in charge of flying a bunch of villains to a remote country in France, Freakazoid’s plane is brought down by an evil scientist who specializes in combining humans with orangutans to form “Orangumen”. Freakazoid has to work with some of his closest enemies in order to escape the island and get back on track, but with an island full of orangutan warriors, escaping may be harder than expected.moreless

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    Edward Asner

    Edward Asner

    Sgt. Mike Cosgrove

    David Kaufman

    David Kaufman

    Dexter Douglas

    Jonathan Harris

    Jonathan Harris

    Professor Jones (Second season) (voice)

    Googy Gress

    Googy Gress

    Duncan Douglas (voice)

    Paul Rugg

    Paul Rugg

    Freakazoid (voice)

    Tracy Rowe

    Tracy Rowe

    Steff (voice)

    Tim Curry

    Tim Curry

    Dr. Mystico

    Guest Star

    Leonard Maltin

    Leonard Maltin

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Jim Cummings

    Jim Cummings

    Ape Monster

    Guest Star

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Debbie Douglas (voice)/Cobra Queen

    Recurring Role

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Mr. Chubbikins

    Recurring Role

    David Warner

    David Warner

    The Lobe

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Freakazoid: Who are you? What have you done with the others?
        Dr. Mystico: There will be time for questions later.
        Freakazoid: No there won't. The show's over in ten minutes.
        Dr. Mystico: Well, if you hadn't wasted all that time on the plane..!

      • Freakazoid: Greg, it's Freakazoid. I'll call her back, listen, we're trapped on some island. There's a key that opens the cell door we're in, I don't know what it looks like, I don't know where it is. Find it and bring it to us, okay?

      • Lobe: When they make me an orangu-man, I hope they don't put me in a tutu; I'd hate that.

      • Dr. Mystico: I'll build a private army of super-apes and take over Cleveland!
        Cosgrove: Don't you mean the world?
        Dr. Mystico: I meant the world, yes, what did I say? Cleveland? Oh, I always do that!

      • (The plane takes off, causing the plane to shake)
        Steph: Dat was quite'a jolt, Freak!
        (The plane hits a palm-tree)
        Steph: Dat was quite'a jolt, Freak!
        Freakazoid: Alright, Steph, we got it!

      • Dr. Mystico: They called me mad, insane, Wendell!

      • Dr. Mystico: You think I've got a clock in my head, don't you?

      • Lobe: With Freakazoid out of the way, they might make me the star of the show, but do I really want that pressure?
        (The scene changes)
        Host: Welcome to Morality and You. Here to discuss the Lobe's moral quandary is Dr. Henry Kissinger. Dr. Kissinger, what are we to make of the ethical dilemma facing the Lobe?
        Henry Kissinger: Well, in my opinion, blah blah blah.

      • Freakazoid: Wait, what's that big blue thing down there?
        Cosgrove: What? I don't see anything.
        Freakazoid: There, that big blue thing!
        Freakazoid, Cosgrove, Steph: Ocean!

      • Leonart Maltin: Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin. You know, many people consider "The Island of Dr. Mystico" one of the most pointless Freakazoid adventures ever made. Interestingly, critics first loved the episode, but that all changed when they found out it wasn't European. However, today's episode does contain some interesting performances. See if You can't spot Emmett (indistinct) and a walk-on role as a salty dance hall chanteuse. Also-- (Orangutang roars and carries Leonard away.) No! for the love of Humanity! AAAAAAHH!
        Announcer: And now Our feature presentation.

      • Announcer: Good riddance, you thieving jackals, bred from the bowels of heck!

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The entire episode is a parody of the HG Wells book The Island of Dr. Moreau (later made into a classic film starring Marlon Brando), in which a mad scientist crosses humans with animals.

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