Moral Orel

Season 2 Episode 4

Elemental Orel

Aired Monday 12:00 AM Dec 04, 2006 on Adult Swim
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Episode Summary

Orel solves problems using logic. After the money from collection at church is stolen, he sets out to find out who took the money, only to discover a bigger mystery involving his mother.

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    Scott Adsit

    Scott Adsit

    Clay Puppington, Doughy, Mr. Creepler the Ice Cream Man

    Dino Stamatopoulos

    Dino Stamatopoulos

    Billy Figurelli, Various

    Carolyn Lawrence

    Carolyn Lawrence

    Orel Puppington

    William Salyers

    William Salyers

    Reverend Putty

    Tigger Stamatopoulos

    Tigger Stamatopoulos

    Shapey Puppington

    Britta Phillips

    Britta Phillips

    Bloberta Puppington, Nurse Bendy, Miss Sculptham

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (9)

    • QUOTES (16)

      • Marionetta: Orel Puppington, you can't think I stole that money. I was delivering cripple food to the physically challenged.
        Doughy: Sounds like an air tight alibi.

      • Doughy: Hey Orel, what'd you get for number 7 on the anatomy test?
        Orel: Evil.
        Doughy: Oh, of course.

      • (whilst scrubbing floor)
        Bloberta: Bad dirt, naughty, naughty dirt.

      • Orel: Reverand Putty, I can find out who stole that money for you.
        Doughy: For that nickel.
        Reverand Putty: Fine. Have it. I guess I'm gonna have to rely on the ol' personality tonight.

      • Orel: I can't actually work on this until after the Sabbath. But Mary-Anetta, Joe, you two are prime suspects.
        Marionetta: What?!
        Joe: This game is stupid.

      • Orel: Hi Mary-Anetta.
        Joe: She did it! I saw her stealing money out of the donation tray.
        Marionetta: No I didn't. I wasn't even in Church today.
        Reverand Putty: Well, someone better own up to it.
        (mumbling) This virginity isn't going to lose itself.

      • Doughy: Hi 'ya Joe. How much did you put in the tray this week?
        Joe: Nothin'. I don't have any stupid money.
        (Joe walks away looking at tray and smirking)
        Orel: Poor kid.

      • Clay: Women. Always leave ya' holdin' the cheque.

      • Reverand Putty: Okay, sermon's over. Time to show your appreciation for that little nail-biter and fork up some cash.

      • Reverand Putty: So, wrapping up, stealing is... Ha, stealing. Do I even need to waste my breat here? Newsflash, stealing is a sin. Amen.

      • Doughy: Wow Orel, you're the best detective ever.
        Orel: No Doughy, the best detective was King Soloman. He cleverly deduced that a mother never wants her baby cut in half.
        Doughy: Oh yeah, that was some caper.

      • Orel: I put it to you Billy, that you cheated in the Annual Making Things contest, and therefore don't deserve the first prize trophy.
        Billy: But I did make it, I mean, look at it.
        (cuts to a poorly made flower)
        Doughy: How did Elemental Orel figure it out?
        Orel: Elemental my dear Doughy. Billy's submission to the contest was a flower, and everyone know's that only God can make a flower.

      • Bloberta: We don't yell in the house dear, that's for Italians.

      • Joe: Stupid walking around on my dumb feet.

      • Reverend Putty: Are you telling me that this is it? A nickel?
        Joe: Um, well, somebody stole the money.
        Reverand Putty: Stole?! But my whole sermon was abou-- Doesn't anyobdy lis-- That's God's money! I was counting on some getting lucky cash for tonight.

      • Clay: Sadness is nature's spankings.

    • NOTES (1)

      • The small blonde girl's name is revealed as Tiny Tina. She was most notably seen last in the library during "The Lord's Greatest Gift."

    • ALLUSIONS (0)