Rocko and Heffer go to the local carnival, and Rocko is intent on winning something. But it's not as easy as he thinks, because these O-Town carnival games are actually rigged.
Sand In Your Navel:
Rocko and Spunky take a trip to the beach, in order to avoid a day of brutal heat.
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When Rocko screams as he sees the saw on the log ride he grows a human ear.
Rocko appears naked for the second time during the episode "Sand In Your Navel."
When the crab approaches the crab shack, he says "me pica el culito." In Spanish, that translates to "my ass itches."
In "Carnival Knowledge" there is a ride called 'Elevator To Hell' but in "To Heck And Back" there is a sign that says 'Welcome to Heck.' Why is this censored but the other one wasn't?
Editor's Note: Although this was not the first episode aired, it was the first episode animated. Perhaps Nickelodeon later became more strict with what appears on the show.
Rocko: (referring to Spunky who is encased in ice) At least you're cooled off, it's better than being completely sunburned. (watches as insects cook burgers on his burned red stomach)
(After Rocko is flung by Gladys the Fat Hippo, he comes out of the water with a buoy in his shorts.)
Rocko: I think she likes me.
Walrus: Boy, you've got a buoy in your pants.
(After riding the roller coaster)
Rocko: Let's go Heffer. I think I'm bleeding internally.
Heffer: Okay, we'll come back tomorrow!
Rocko: My those lenses are lovely.
Gladys: HOW DARE YOU!!!
(Snorts him up her nose and fires him at a ship like a cannon)
Reruns of the show on Nickelodeon would usually air this as the first episode of the series, when it actually wasn't. "No Pain, No Gain" was the first, and "A Sucker for the Suck-o-Matic" was originally meant to be the first episode to air.
Editor's Note: The reason this airs first is because it was the first fully written and animated episode.
"Sand In Your Navel" is the first appearance of the Hippo Lady that commonly says "how dare you," followed by her knocking Rocko into the next scene.
When Nickelodeon used to show Rocko reruns, it aired this episode very rarely because it had the word "Hell" in it. Interestingly, they didn't cut it out but kept it in the episode for all to see. Later on, a similar incident occurred in a Hey Arnold! episode when the word "Jackass" was left intact to see.
Visual: Diet Chum
While at the beach, there is a shark drinking a can of Diet Chum. The slogan on the can reads 'Just for the Scent of it.' This is a spoof of the Diet Coke slogan 'Just for the Taste of it.'
In "Carnival Knowledge," the Merry-Go-Round operator is reading a magazine titled Playslug. This is a spoof of the famous magazine Playboy.
Episode Title: Carnal Knowledge
The episode title is a spoof of Mike Nichols' 1971 film Carnal Knowledge.
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