Odd Job Jack

Season 3 Episode 3

The Temp, The Slut, The Queen and Her Corgis

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Aug 05, 2006 on The Comedy Network
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The Temp, The Slut, The Queen and Her Corgis
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In this Odd Job, Jack is sent to jolly England and works as a Royal Timekeeper in Buckingham Palace for the big Daylight Savings job. While on duty, he takes some pictures of the Queen in her bedroom. The tabloids get a hold of them and chaos ensues throughout the realm.moreless

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      • Benny Hill

        The end is a parody of Benny Hill, the running around scene between Jack and the Queen, the music even sounds the same.

      • Monty Python's Flying Circus
        When Jack flies across the ocean to start his new job, the style of animation changes and is a reference to the animated parts of Monty Python's Flying Circus, an early 70's British sketch comedy series that led to a series of movies and stage play.

      • Mary Poppins
        When Jack awakes at the top of Big Ben, he sees a conservatively dressed woman holding an umbrella floating by him. This is a reference to Mary Poppins, a 1964 Disney movie about a magic using nanny that flies with the aid of her umbrella and her adventures with the children she is hired to care for.

      • The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover

        The episode title refers to the movie The Cook, the Thief, Hs Wife and Her Lover, a 1989 dramatic comedy involving a variety of themes.

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