Gary the Rat

Season 1 Episode 3

Rat Day Afternoon

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 10, 2003 on Spike TV
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Gary is forced to mentor Mr. Harrison's son, Scott, a tattooed and pierced slacker who works in the company mailroom. Scott decides to holdup a bank in order to get his father's approval over being gay and drags Gary along with him.

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    Susan Savage

    Susan Savage

    Boots the Cat

    Kelsey Grammer

    Kelsey Grammer

    Gary Milford Andrews

    Billy Gardell

    Billy Gardell

    Jackson Buford Harrison

    Spencer Garrett

    Spencer Garrett

    Truman Pinksdale

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Various Voices

    Rick Gomez

    Rick Gomez

    Bud and Others (Voice)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Thodore: Mr Bugz, I refuse to continue paying you for a job I've already paid you to do, now if you continue to extort money from me with the threat of physical violence I will have no alternative but to call the police in on this matter.
        Mr. Bugz: Oh yeah, hows about I hit you in the head with a toaster, and teabag ya, untill your eyes pop out!
        Thodore: A thousand will be fine.

      • Gary: I've got to stop mixing medications

      • Gary: You may get some extra time for the sheer STUPIDITY of the crime, but we'll fight it!

      • Gary: You're GAY?
        Scott: And you're a rat. Who's worse off?

    • NOTES (3)

      • Bud delivers a Petite Portobelo Gruyere Wheel to Gary.

      • Mr Bugz tries to get rid of Gary by using a(apparently) leaky bug bomb, he(and Boots) keeps falling asleep due to the fumes leaking out

      • Gary's Dream: Gary runs through a maze and gets trapped. An axe weilding psycho(with a Jack Nicholson-like voice--"chuga-chuga-choo-choo") chops Gary's head off. A tinny choo-choo train appears out from where Gary's head was. Gary's disembodied head sees the train and wakes up.....

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The Shining
        The opening dream sequence contains a parody of the Stephen King book and Stanley Kubric film The Shining

      • Dog Day Afternoon
        The title of this episode is a parody of the Al Pacino movie Dog Day Afternoon. The movie was about a couple of gay bank robbers.

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