Mission Hill

Season 1 Episode 11

Stories of Hope and Forgiveness (or Day of the Jackass)

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Aired Unknown Jul 28, 2002 on The WB
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Stories of Hope and Forgiveness (or Day of the Jackass)
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A teen starlet, Becca Michelle Butterfield, invites Andy to the Grammys. Meanwhile, Toby is "chased" by a rabid dog. Elsewhere, Posey decides to go on a spiritual journey to find true enlightenment - nirvana. However, as all of this goes on, the world enters a huge crisis, and Andy is oblivious to the entire thing!moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Bill Oakley

    Bill Oakley

    George Bang

    Brian Posehn

    Brian Posehn

    Jim Kuback

    Herbert Siguenza

    Herbert Siguenza

    Carlos Hernandez-Leibowitz

    Jane Wiedlin

    Jane Wiedlin

    Gwen

    Josh Weinstein

    Josh Weinstein

    Toby Mundorf

    Lisa Arch

    Lisa Arch

    Stacy / Miss Colleen Peck / Chola Girl / Tina

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (6)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Andy eats his cereal very loudly while Kevin tries to read the paper)
        Kevin: Shut up! How can I read the newspaper with that deafning racket blaring out of your mouth?! It sounds like a gorilla eating a log cabin!

      • (Posey is meditating and is visualizing a surreal world when a floating figure appears)
        Posey: Oh, hello, don't I know you? Weren't we in the fifth grade together?
        Floating Figure: No Posey, I am you inner being. So, in a way, yes! But, who cares! I am here to guide you on your path of enlightenment. The way is fraught with traps and danger - (points to a canyon) together we must cross the chasm of selfishness, (points to an ugly giant) and defeat the ogre of personal deceit.
        Posey: Oh wow (points to a shambling figure) and what does he represents?
        Floating Figure: That's just Frankenstein! No one really knows what he's doing here. Oh well, let's get going!

      • Jim: Becca Michelle Butterfield was pretty hot in I Still Have Issues With What You Did Last Summer.

    • NOTES (4)

      • Apparently The "Crisis" has something to do with:

        Politicians getting the nation into trouble.

        Alcohol (you can see a martini glass on the screen during the newscast).

        Celebrities trying to fix the situation.

        And its somehow taking place "Hundreds of miles away"

      • The First of the Mission Hill police force.

      • The first (and only time) where George, Wally and Gus are seen but dont speak.

      • Posey's nirvana apparently is McDonald's. Ronald McDonald is revealed for a split-second after her spiritual self removes the cloak.

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • The nominees at the grammys for "Best single by the offspring of a music legend" are as follows;
        Jacob Dylan (Bob Dylan)
        Lil' Ice Cube (Ice Cube)
        Sean Lennon (John Lennon)
        Catherine 'Bonzo' Bonham (John Bonham)
        Junior Walker jr. (Junior Walker)

      • I Still Have Issues With What You Did Last Summer is a reference to the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" trilogy

      • Jay Leno: Yeah, the rewards, the president promised Dennis his very own white house intern.
        This a reference to former president Bill Clinton's sex scandal while in office.

      • The talkshow hosts that Andy sees while walking home are Jay Leno, David Letterman, and Conan O' Brien

      • The actual (not counting Becka Michelle Butterfield) celebrities seen at the grammys were: Will Smith, Jada Pinket Smith, Marylin Manson, Stephen Speilburg, Dolly Parton and (mentioned but not seen) Sheryll Crow, and The Backstreet Boys

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