The Kool-Aid Man quenches some inconvenient thirsts. The mystery of why Encyclopedia Brown's parents aren't getting along. Wonder Woman reveals her revealing arch-enemy. Celebrities are drunk, but that's not why they go to rehab, they go to conquer the world!
Roger Brown's Boss
Mother, Negative Wonder Woman/Various
Flash, Roger Brown, Worker
Flash: Ugh! Again with Reverse Flash! He looks just like me, but with the exact opposite color scheme?! Brilliant!
Superman: At least he wears a mask. Bizarro Superman looks just like me, but with a face like somebody threw up in an ice tray. Seriously, it looks like someone (bleep) out Kryptonite and then put it on someone's face again.
Narrator: From the moment the visitors drank our alcohol, they were doomed. For there are million years of keggers and beer blasts, man had earned his tolerence.
(the dead and living lizard-like aliens are thrown into the fires as the Frat Boys celebrate)
Frat Boys: Our place rules.
George W. Bush: Yeah, I'm the motherf***in' President of this planet.
The Stoop!d Monkey is focusing the sun's rays with a magnifying glass into his eye.
Fake Credits: Sarah Gellar High Society; Mila Kunis High Energy; Matt Peake High
Despite voicing Reverse Wonder Woman, Alex Borstein does not reprise her role of Wonder Woman. Instead, Jordan Ladd voices her here. Breckin Meyer reprises his role of Superman. Seth Green reprises his role of Kool-Aid Man and Michael Jackson.
Adult Swim Video airdate: Novemeber 2, 2007
The part in the last sketch where an African-American voice tells about why the alien's planned invasion was doomed from the start is referencing Morgan Freeman's narration in the 2005 remake of the film War of the Worlds. Only instead of germs killing the aliens off, it was alcohol.
The plot of the sketch about alien lizard's impersonating ordinary people, or in this case celebrities, in order to take over the world comes from the 1982 T.V. mini-series V.
Bush Sr. saying "Read my lips, call an ambulance" is a parody of a quote that he repeated during his 1988 campaign, "Read My Lips, No New Taxes." He broke this promise and increased taxes during his tenure as president.
The guy drunk at "Melibu" is a parody of Mel Gibson's angry anti-semitic rant in Malibu on July 28, 2006. The entire skit is a parody of many celebrities checking into rehab frequently, including Paris Hilton and Lindsy Lohan.
The skit involving the two blonde kids and the candy house is a parody of a children's fairy tale Hansel and Gretel.
Encyclopedia Brown is a set of short detective stories for children. Brown was a kid detective and the books were set up in such a way that they had many stories within each book with the answers to the mysteries at the back.
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