Reno 911!

Season 4 Episode 6

Son of a Chechekevitch (1)

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Aired Thursday 10:30 PM Aug 13, 2006 on Comedy Central
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After Sheriff Chechekevitch is killed in the line of duty, the deputies swear vengeance.

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  • Season 4 proves Reno 911! still hasn't lost it's charm.

    9.2
    Sheriff Chechekevitz is killed and chaos ensues. New hilarious characters are introduced, all coincidentally drug-influenced. There's the guitar guy who sings about God with subliminal messages about the drugs he sells from his instrument case, the man on acid at the whorehouse, and the moronic pothead pathologist. I like how they've continually created awesomely stupid new characters each season without over doing the best ones (like TT, Terry, Spanish Mike, Reading Ron, etc.) This show is still hilarious after 4 seasons and I can't wait for the movie.moreless
  • The sheriff is dead! Long live the sheriff!

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    Tragedy visits the department as Sheriff Chechekevitch dies of a mysterious cause. The deputies suspect foul play. An attempt to catch the culprit at the memorial service turns up hollow. At the autopsy, the mortician seems to be more clueless than your average suspect. He blanks out, mumbles and almost makes solving the case harder than ever. While he has ideas as to how the crime occurred, he doesn't have many other ideas in general.



    Crime never takes a breather, and the rest of the deputies continue their patrols. Kimball and Johnson answer a call about a man selling drugs in front of a school. When they find the person, he claims to be nothing more than a humble gospel singer. Except he can't stop praising contraband. A hilarious episode. Continues the good writing and the ability to change speeds but keep the story going. It's been a good year so far. I hope we see more episodes like this.moreless
Ben Garant

Ben Garant

Deputy Travis Junior

Carlos Alazraqui

Carlos Alazraqui

Deputy James Garcia

Cedric Yarbrough

Cedric Yarbrough

Deputy S. Jones

Kerri Kenney

Kerri Kenney

Deputy Trudy Wiegel

Mary Birdsong

Mary Birdsong

Deputy Cheresa Kimball

Niecy Nash

Niecy Nash

Deputy Raineesha Williams

Brian Posehn

Brian Posehn

Stevie the Coroner

Guest Star

Anand Vadehra

Anand Vadehra

Mrs. Chechekevitch's Boyfriend

Guest Star

Ryan Raddatz

Ryan Raddatz

Pastor Dave

Guest Star

Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd

Guy Gerricault

Recurring Role

Tracey Walter

Tracey Walter

Sheriff Walter Chechekevitch

Recurring Role

Paul Ari Greenberg

Paul Ari Greenberg

D.A. Scott Greenberg

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: The knight at the Renaissance asks Officer Kimball to give him a courtesy flush while helping him out of a port-o-potty, and she does so. Portable potties don't flush.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (during an intense interrogation)
      Mrs. Chechekevitch: I believe I'm owed an apology.
      Trudy: For what?
      Mrs. Chechekevitch: For your nasty, lesbian behavior.
      Trudy: I can't apolgize for that--it was college, it was the 70's and everyone was doing it.

    • Boozehammer of Galen: I'm sort of...if you could just give me a second here.
      Kimball: You wanna, you actually want to poo, I think, right?
      Boozehammer of Galen: Well, it's happening whether I want to or not.

    • (At Sheriff Chechekevitch's memorial)
      Dangle: Okay, now you know what we're gonna do? We're going to put a tail on that woman.
      Junior: Like a bunny or a cat or... what are you thinking?
      Willams: Follow her!
      Junior: I'm a little drunk, I apologize.

    • Deputy Clementine Johnson (while chasing a suspected drug dealer who is masquerading as a street preacher): You cannot snort the Lord!

    • Medical Examiner: He was killed by peanuts, delicious peanuts. Well, they weren't delicious to him.

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Wiegel: Look what someone gave me!
      While at the Renaissance Fair someone puts a big red "A" on an obviously pregnant Wiegel. This is a reference to the book The Scarlet Letter, where the main character (Hester) is punished for adultery by having to wear a red "A" on her chest.

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