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Puppets Who Kill

Season 1 Episode 1

Buttons, The City Counsellor And The City Counsellor's Wife

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Oct 11, 2002 on The Comedy Network
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Buttons, The City Counsellor And The City Counsellor's Wife
When the guys at the halfway house learn all they have to do to get a satellite dish is for Buttons to sleep with the city counsellor's wife, they pressure him to do so. Meanwhile, Dan and Bill get in a battle of wills over the toilet seat.moreless

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    Dan Redican

    Dan Redican

    Dan Barlow

    Bruce Hunter

    Bruce Hunter

    Rocko (Puppeteer)

    Bob Martin

    Bob Martin

    Cuddles (Puppeteer)

    Gord Robertson

    Gord Robertson

    Bill (Puppeteer)

    James Rankin

    James Rankin

    Buttons the Bear (Puppeteer)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • City Councilor: (gesturing towards halfway house) Here they are: miscreants and petty thieves. Turning themselves back into decent, hard-working members of our community.

      • Dan: Ya know, we were this close to he counsellor's wife shutting us down forever but instead I turned things around.
        Buttons: That's great news, Dan, but, uhh, where'd she go?
        Dan: Oh, she's just upstairs in the bath...
        (Loud explosion is heard followed by pieces of plaster and the toilet falling down on Dan)
        Buttons: Sorry, Dan. I, uhh, couldn't hear you over the explosion...

      • Dan: Who left the toilet seat up?
        Bill: I did Dan.
        Dan: Bill, everybody knows the rules. The toilet seat stays down.
        Bill: Well what's the big deal? We're all guys.
        Dan: The big deal is... there are rules...
        Bill: Oh my God... You pee sitting down.(laughs)

      • Buttons: (tied to a wooden cross) Thelma, when you and I agreed to do some role playing, I hadn't counted on you putting me on a cross. I mean, it's all very flattering and all but.....

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)