Ozzy & Drix

Season 1 Episode 7

Gas of Doom

Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Nov 09, 2002 on The WB
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Episode Summary

Gas of Doom
Ozzy, Drix, and Maria commandeer a submersible police craft into the intestines to stop a gas build-up that threatens Hector's social situation.

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  • The most realistic, hilarious, and "gaseous" episode of the series!

    Warning: This episode contains nothing but fart jokes. if this offends you then please stop reading and search for something eles.

    All right then. Like the summary stated, "Gas of Doom" is the most realistic, hilarious, and gaseous episode of the series!

    See, to me every dude has had this experience at least once at school; it even happened to me once. They eat much more than their gut can take and then somewhere in the day, deep in their butt, lunch starts to rumble. And wouldn't you know it, it's in the middle of class when no one's talking. Then the dude has got to make a choice: either hold it in or fart the most embarrassing day of your life. This very situation happened to Hector in a flashback.

    Today, Hector ate the 12-Bean Casserole for lunch. Now it's the science fair and while presenting his project to his best friend Travis, the same "best friend" who double-dared him to eat the 12-Bean Casserole, Hector's gut starts moaning while he comments he shouldn't ate that 12-Bean Casserole. When Ttravis hears this, he starts making fart jokes at Hector when all of the sudden Hector scares the both of them by letting off a small warning FART out of his BUTT! A FART only loud enough for Hector and Travis to hear and maybe smell.

    Travis tells Hector to hold it in or become the least popular kid in school. Realizing Hector can't hold it in for very long Travis decides to help Hector out by playing a tube note while Hector stands by some compost. The plan works just like everyone saw it coming.moreless
Vivica A. Fox

Vivica A. Fox

Ellen Patella

Jim Cummings

Jim Cummings

Police Chief Gluteus

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Dander/Additional Voices

Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

Osmosis "Ozzy" Jones

Kimberly Brooks (II)

Kimberly Brooks (II)


Tasia Valenza

Tasia Valenza

Maria Amino

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • When Ozzy gets out of the splinter's germ, his shoes aren't on for a second.

    • In the movie Osmosis Jones, at the end the cleaning guy pressed the "Do Not Touch" button to make him fart, so wouldn't someone have to press that button to make him have that accident?

    • If nobody ever eats the 12 bean casserole, why are there pieces missing?

    • Couldn't Hector simply use the toilet if he felt something bad in his stomach? (Response: It's possible that at any minute the event was going to begin and Hector didn't want to risk being late, for fear of getting a bad grade in class and that's why he didn't want to use the bathroom for his gas?)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Travis: (About Hector's gas) Well dude, either you hold it in..
      Hector: I can't.
      Travis: Okay, or you become less popular than that geek in eighth grade who picks his nose and shows it to everyone.
      Hector: I'll hold it in.

    • Christine: What's that smell?!
      Hector: Christine, I can explain!

  • NOTES (2)

    • The old credo of "girls don't fart" takes it on the chin here as Christine admits the bean casserole gave her gas too--albeit a bit less noisily than Hector. Note both kids had the same idea to hide the smell by discreetly letting go near the compost heap!

    • At the beginning of the episode, when Hector is at the cafeteria, he is wearing sandals, instead of his usual blue sneakers.


    • Ozzy: (Turns dial to 11)
      During the "teaser" sequence at the concert, when Ozzy uses a guitar against one of the splinter bacteria, he turns the volume dial on the amplifier up to 11. This is a reference - and incidentally, probably the most famous and often-used reference - to the movie This Is Spinal Tap, a mock-documentary/comedy about a fictional band called Spinal Tap. In the film, band member Nigel Tufnel believes that their instruments and sound equipment are louder than anyone else's, simply because the volume dials are all marked 1-11; the joke being that on "normal" electrical instruments and sound equipment, the volume dials are usually marked 1-10.