Gary the Rat

Season 1 Episode 5

Mergers and Acquisitions

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 24, 2003 on Spike TV
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Mergers and Acquisitions
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Gary is fired when Terry McMillian, a con artist, joins the firm.

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      • Johnny Bugz tries to get rid of Gary by: first flying up to his window in a balloon and shooting him. The balloon gets tangled in electrical wires and shocks the @#%* out of Bugz. Next Bugz tries to kill Rat Boy by delivering an exploding birthday cake. He sees cops, panics, and Terry ends up having the cake explode in his hands.

      • Gary's Dream: Gary walks up to a casino. Out front the sign reads "RATS WELCOME, FREE CHEESE AND TNN". Happily he opens the door, which has the slogan "RATS CHECK IN, BUT THEY DON'T CHECK OUT" written on it. At the front desk he is informed that the casino was expecting him, and the presidential suite {called the Willard} has been reserved for him. In the casino, his luck is unbelievable until he utters "HIT ME" while playing blackjack. Suddenly the dealer hits our favorite rat with a bat, knocking his head onto a roulette wheel. His head states "no more bets". Gary wakes up saying "I gotta lay offa caffeine".

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