Gary the Rat

Season 1 Episode 11

Catch Me If You Can / King of Rats

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Nov 25, 2003 on Spike TV
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Catch Me If You Can / King of Rats
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Catch Me If You Can - Gary gets into trouble when his long-lost cousin returns and turns out to be a con artist. Lost Episode 'King of Rats' -Johnny Bugz tries to kill Gary by pushing him off a subway platform. Gary escapes into the sewer only to meet 3 rats who worship him as their savior.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • (Gary gets a delivery of smelly cheese at the office.)
        Co-worker: (Sniffs) Holy Christ Andrews, what's that smell ?? You're stinking up the whole building
        Gary: That'd be the remnants of your 40 dollar girlfriend. You probably could catch her at the elevator if you hurry.

    • NOTES (3)

      • "Catch Me if You Can" is 17 minutes long, "King of Rats" is six minutes in length.

      • Gary's Dream -- Gary is part of a circus freak show, along with a Fat Lady, the World's Smallest Man and Lobster Boy. Gary is billed as Shakespearean Rat Man - he performs a soliloquy from Hamlet while holding a human skull. The audience turns ugly and showers Gary with garbage. Then the Fat Lady saunters over and bites off his head -- chews a little and spits Gary's ear out next to his decapitated body. Gary wakes up and says "Dear God, I would have liked to have finished that dream ... well, I'm sure the rest is silence"

      • Tacked on to the end of the episode was a "lost" episode from the older internet series entitled "King Of Rats". This may continue with future episodes.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • That Girl
        During this episode, Gary says, "Marlowe; Thomas! I bet you take the whole world on with a smile!", after the FBI agents trailing Gary's cousin introduce themselves as Special Agent Marlowe and Special Agent Thomas. This is an allusion to the 60's sitcom That Girl, It's star, Marlo Thomas, and the shows theme song.

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