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Season 3 Episode 4

The Little Tramp

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM May 25, 2002 on NBC
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The Little Tramp
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Ashley learns that Dylan's friend "Lucky" he spent his summer with is a girl named Laurel. When Jermaine grows tired of waiting for Kim who isn't ready for a new relationship yet, he asks Mandy out.

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    Antonio Cupo

    Antonio Cupo

    Josh

    Guest Star

    Barry Greene

    Barry Greene

    Jim

    Guest Star

    Ken Lundgren

    Ken Lundgren

    Theatre Goer

    Guest Star

    Jewel Staite

    Jewel Staite

    Laurel

    Recurring Role

    Michael P. Northey

    Michael P. Northey

    Benny

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Carmichael

    Jennifer Carmichael

    Mandy [as Jennifer Anne Carmichael]

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • QUOTES (4)

    • NOTES (2)

      • The episode title "The Little Tramp" was also the nickname of actor/director Charlie Chaplin, whose movies Jermaine takes Kim and Mandy to see. He and Kim are seen coming out of the theatre where Chaplin's City Lights (1931) is playing.

      • Music:
        "Time" by Naughty Bits
        "Indian Summer" by Sunday's Best
        "Who Loves You More" by Plankeye
        "She's Mine" by Shedrack Anderson
        "That Hurts" by Turning Blue
        "Shoes" by Stretch Princess

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Mandy: Remember that movie where that alien just burst into the guy's chest?

        We can't be sure what movie Mandy is talking about, but a good guess is director Ridley Scott's 1979 film Alien, starring Sigourney Weaver and Tom Skerritt, among others. In that film, the alien creature that terrorized a group aboard a spaceship actually burst out of the chest of John Hurt's character, but when Mandy says the above quote, she makes a gesture that indicates she means out rather than in. The scene caused a real sensation among moviegoers of the time and it was often imitated after that.

      • Benny: It'd look nice, a little Beyoncé.

        This is a reference to Beyoncé Knowles, an ex-member of the popular singing group Destiny's Child.

      • Jermaine: I love Chaplin. The man was a genius.

        This is a reference to the legendary film comedian and director, Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977). His career began in the days of silent movies.

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