Romeo!

Season 2 Episode 14

Art of Deception

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Feb 20, 2005 on Nickelodeon

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  • Quotes

    • Kenneth Reed: Let me grab my spray. We've got ourselves a problem.
      Angeline: Oh. That's supposed to be pepper spray?!
      Kenneth Reed: No, that's my deodorant. I get really nevous at times like this.

    • Romeo: Wow! Myra!
      Myra: Keep a tounge in your mouth, and let's get this thing over with.
      Romeo : You look like a, lady!
      Myra: Romeo, I may be a bit of a outcast in high school, but you have no idea what I have planned for the next phase of my life.
      Romeo: I predict pretty good things!
      Myra: Hang on to my business card kid.

    • Kenneth Reed: Halt!
      Romeo: I'm sorry.
      Kenneth Reed: What are you sorry about?
      Romeo: For whatever you're stoping me for.

    • Jodi: I thought you liked Marco! Wasn't he one one of your paper routes?
      Gary: Yeah. 'Till he borke Mrs. Freston's window. Then he was my personal assistant. 'Till he annoyed me!
      Jodi: How did he annoy you?
      Gary: First off, he asks too many dumb questions. (Imitates Marco) What are you doing? Why are you wearing that shirt today? Have you ever swallowed a button?
      Jodi: So.
      Gary: Let me put it to you this way. When I was in kindergarten, I used to eat the white paste. I admit it! We all did! But it was a phase! Eating paste is something you outgrow!
      Jodi: Marco still eats paste?
      Gary: On his toast (Jodi pretends to throwup)

    • Angeline: Wait, wha, what did you need?
      Louis: Escape from Krypton leval six. I can't find the escape pad.
      Romeo: Guys! Our poster is here!
      Louis, Jodi, Gary: Shhhhh!
      Angeline: Try using your turbo force after you get the cold coin.

    • Jodi: My fucia top is not here. And it did not just get up and walk away.
      Romeo: That's right! It saw you coming and ran away!

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Myra: "Wait a second! Lucy, Ethel."
      When Myra says that to Romeo and Lousi that is a reference to the characters Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz from the hit 50s sitcom "I Love Lucy."

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