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Season 2 Episode 12

Pizza Club

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Aired Sunday 11:00 PM Mar 24, 2002 on Adult Swim
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Brendon and his dad meet to eat pizza as the Pizza Club. Coach McGuirk finds out and wants to join their pizza club. Meanwhile, Paula is interested in acting in Brendon's films.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    H. Jon Benjamin

    H. Jon Benjamin

    Jason Penopolis, Coach John McGuirk, Perry, Various

    Brendon Small

    Brendon Small

    Brendon Small, Dwayne, Walter, Ken & Junior Addleburg, Various

    Melissa Bardin Galsky

    Melissa Bardin Galsky

    Melissa Robbins, Various

    Janine Ditullio

    Janine Ditullio

    Paula Small, Various (2001-2004)

    Loren Bouchard

    Loren Bouchard

    Josie Small, Phone Voice, Various (Uncredited)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (Brendon and his father, Andrew, are talking about Cynthia)
        Andrew: So, she's never seen you relaxed?
        Brendon: No, she hasn't seen--no, and she still hates me.
        Andrew: Well, have you told her how you feel about her?
        Brendon: (laughing) That's the stupidest thing I ever heard.

      • Brenden: I have to tell you that I've fallen in like with you.

      • Coach McGurk: I don't like you hanging out with strangers, Brenden.
        Brenden: He's a stranger to you, but he's not a stranger to me. He's my dad.

      • Walter & Perry: Coach, Coach, we cant have pizza!

    • NOTES (2)

      • Third and final appearance of Cynthia.

      • Brendon's Filmography:
        "Who's Your Daddy" – Two convicts decide to break out of prison when they find out their daughter Malooloo is still alive. The movie follows the prisoners from their reunion with Malooloo to an emotional scene with Malooloo's long lost mother.
        "Scab, A Documentary"– The history of the rock band Scab; starting with the birth of front man Dwayne to their performance at the Battling of the Bands.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • N/A: N/A
        In the documentary, on Dwayne's amp, the volume control goes only up to 10, but 11 is handwritten at the end of the dial. This is a reference to the classic mockumentary "This is Spinal Tap," in which the characters are obsessed with a particular amp because instead of stopping at 10, it goes to 11.

      • Brendon: I was thinking of renting Caligula
        Caligula is the infamous hardcore porn/historical/sleeze/horror movie about the insane third Ceaser and his cruel empire.

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