Moral Orel

Season 1 Episode 3

Waste

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Aired Monday 12:00 AM Jan 30, 2006 on Adult Swim
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Orel Puppington learns that God doesn't look kindly on the wasteful. After lessons from Coach Stopframe and his father, he sets out with two goals in mind. Orel must stop his own wastefulness, and ensure he doesn't end up the failure his father predicts of him. Will he succeed, or will he upset the townsfolk once again?moreless

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    Scott Adsit

    Scott Adsit

    Clay Puppington, Doughy, Various

    Carolyn Lawrence

    Carolyn Lawrence

    Orel Puppington

    Tigger Stamatopoulos

    Tigger Stamatopoulos

    Shapey Puppington

    Britta Phillips

    Britta Phillips

    Bloberta Puppington, Nurse Bendy, Miss Sculptham

    Jay Johnston

    Jay Johnston

    Coach Stopframe, Sal Figurelli, Principal Fakey, Miss Censordoll

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (12)

    • QUOTES (19)

      • Clay: Are you telling me that this is what you've been selling at school for a considerable profit?
        Orel: Well, it's all profit.
        Clay: Mister, we're going to have a little talk right after school.
        Orel: But, right after school is our victory assembly. As captain, I have to make a speech.
        Clay: Oh, you'll make a speech alright, but not the one you expected.
        Orel: Uh-oh.

      • Bloberta: Oh, Orel, not in my good China!

      • Orel: Gosh, thanks for preparin' me for the future Dad, you're the best.
        Clay: If I can make sure your ready for the dead-end bleakness of adulthood, then I've done my job.

      • Clay: When I found out you were selling your urine at school. The urine that God gave you. The urine that flows endless from your bladder. I lowered my head in shame. You don't pay for your urine son, why should you make other people pay for it?

      • Orel: I guess you could say this victory is bittersweet. Especially for everyone who's been drinking my special energy juice. You see, the sweet is that we won state. The bitter, is that you've all been drinking my urine.

      • Principal Fakey: This is the proudest day in Diorama Elementary history. Never has the elimination of the Arts from the budget been so triumphantly justified.

      • Principal Fakey: We're so proud of you and your team Orel, we haven't had a single state championship since the 1952 National Praying Bee.

      • Orel: God hates bragging about good deeds.

      • Clay: Orel, I am your Father. I demand to know what you put in your cereal.
        Orel: Golly, Pop. I never asked you personal questions.
        Clay: This isn't personal. I remember constantly telling my Father what I put in my cereal. In fact, I was proud of it.

      • Shapey: (reaching for Bloberta's breasts) Driiiink!
        Bloberta: No Shapey! That milk's expired.

      • Coach Stopframe: It's your lucky day Curly, you've been saved by a beverage.

      • Coach Stopframe: You're not worshipping Satan are you son?
        Orel: No sir, never.
        Coach Stopframe: Because I know for a fact praying to God never helps this much.

      • Coach Stopframe: I gather your Father got my letter.
        Orel: Oh yeah, he said you mentioned me in it.
        Coach Stopframe: Yes, in passing. I guess it helped anyway. You broke a lot of records today, especially all of them.

      • Orel: Gosh, I don't know if I can drink just anyones urine.

      • Orel: Gee, I didn't even know you've met Coach Stopframe.
        Clay: I don't think I have. But your performance must have made a large enough impact on him so he would mention it offhandedly in the middle of this beautifully written letter.
        (Clay then smells the pages of the letter)

      • Clay: Your track coach, Mr. Stopframe, has just sent me a 12 page letter.
        Orel: What does it say?
        Clay: Oh... many many things. But here on page 7, he mentions you.
        Orel: Oh, but why did he send you...
        Clay: He says tht you've been coming in with slower and slower times at practice.
        Orel: What else does he write about Dad?
        Clay: Well, that's all as far as you're concerned.

      • Bloberta: I'm not going to throw away your breakfast again. It's a waste, and the good Lord hates waste.
        Orel: He does?
        Bloberta: Yes. Why do you think he won't even throw the devil away?

      • Bloberta: Orel, that pig died for you to eat, not peck.

      • Orel: It's only track, not church.
        Clay: Only track? Young man, track is very important for your future. What happens when you grow up and need to sprint thirty meters to the unemployment office?
        Orel: I never thought about it that way.
        Clay: Kids your age seldom do. It's called "stupidity" and it's a very natural thing.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Rice Bubbles
        The brand of cereal, Sugar Poppin' Loud-eez, that Orel is seen eating is a parody of the popular cereal brand Rice Bubbles. The cereal name refers to the characters of 'Snap, Crackle, and Pop' and how children normally cover them in sugar.

      • Gatorade
        The container Orel uses to store his 'Formula #1' health drink in at the stand uses the exact same colours as the popular Gatorade brand, which was actually the first major sports drink.

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