Frisky Dingo

Season 1 Episode 13

Thrust Issues

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Aired Monday 12:30 AM Jan 22, 2007 on Adult Swim
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With everything resolved, Killface tries to buy the Annihilatrix back after Phil sells it to Arabs. Meanwhile, Xander Crews exacts his revenge on Stan until he finds out his entire fortune was invested into Killface's Annihilatrix.
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  • Killface has Xander's billions; Xander has Killface's Annihilatrix. Can the two enemies make a peaceful trade?

    10
    This season finale does not disappoint. In fact, it may be the funniest episode of the season. It successfully finishes some running storylines, while leaving a few things unanswered, as well as giving us one heck of a cliffhanger to make sure we tune in for Season 2.



    Killface, for all his villainous, destructive tendencies, is once again shown as a sensitive individual who gets his feelings hurt and sulks in depression like any average joe. He is truly hurt by what he considers to be Barnaby's "betrayal" of him in the previous episode. His BFF turned out to be his worst enemy, and it's shown how much his mood is affected when he ironically pushes over the cereal bowl he always tells Simon not to break.



    Xander is a jerk as usual, caring more about his fortune than the moral implications of handing a doomsday device over to a supervillain.



    The season starts out with Killface determined to complete his plans to destroy the earth. It ends with that destruction well under way--except Killface didn't expect to be on the planet when it was destroyed!



    The fail safe code of "Frisky Dingo," the first reference to the show title during the series, was a nice wink to the audience.



    Will the Annihilatrix drive the earth into the sun? Will Killface and Xander ever work out their differences? What's up with that bug lady, anyway? And where's this so-called slideshow?



    We'll have to wait till Summer 2007 for the answers. But you can bet it'll somehow involve pickles.moreless
  • Killface has Xander's billions; Xander has Killface's Annihilatrix. Can the two enemies make a peaceful trade?

    10
    This season finale does not disappoint. In fact, it may be the funniest episode of the season. It successfully finishes some running storylines, while leaving a few things unanswered, as well as giving us one heck of a cliffhanger to make sure we tune in for Season 2.



    Killface, for all his villainous, destructive tendencies, is once again shown as a sensitive individual who gets his feelings hurt and sulks in depression like any average joe. He is truly hurt by what he considers to be Barnaby's "betrayal" of him in the previous episode. His BFF turned out to be his worst enemy, and it's shown how much his mood is affected when he ironically pushes over the cereal bowl he always tells Simon not to break.



    Xander is a jerk as usual, caring more about his fortune than the moral implications of handing a doomsday device over to a supervillain.



    The season starts out with Killface determined to complete his plans to destroy the earth. It ends with that destruction well under way--except Killface didn't expect to be on the planet when it was destroyed!



    The fail safe code of "Frisky Dingo," the first reference to the show title during the series, was a nice wink to the audience.



    Will the Annihilatrix drive the earth into the sun? Will Killface and Xander ever work out their differences? What's up with that bug lady, anyway? And where's this so-called slideshow?



    We'll have to wait till Summer 2007 for the answers. But you can bet it'll somehow involve pickles.moreless

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • (after Xander has turned the key, activating the Annihilatrix)
      Killface: Oh my God, you've armed it!
      Xander: Ahh! Why did I also do that?
      Killface: What is wrong with you?
      Xander: My parents never established boundaries!
      Killface: Idiot.
      Xander: Make it stop!
      Killface: It's alright, there's a failsafe.
      Xander: I don't know or care what that means!

    • Killface: (answering phone) Yes, hello?
      Xander Crews: What's Up, Douchington?
      Killface: There's no 'Douchington' here. Wait, is that Xander Crews?

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Craigslist

      Killface: What do you want me to do? Put an ad on the 'craig list?'

      While arguing with Xander Crews over the Annihilatrix, Killface makes a reference to craigslist.com, the infamous website where people place wanted ads similar to those seen in newspapers.

    • ZZ Top's Sharp Dressed Man

      Killface: ZZ Top would be proud.

      When Killface comments on Phillip's tuxedo, he makes an indirect reference to the ZZ Top song, "Sharp Dressed Man."

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