Sam & Max Freelance Police

Season 1 Episode 13

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang / The Monkeys from O.N.C.L.E.

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Aired Unknown Feb 06, 1998 on FOX
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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang / The Monkeys from O.N.C.L.E.
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Sam & Max are entrusted with a micro chip which evil minions are after.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This is probably the only episode where you see Sam's trademark revolver which shows at the beginning. In most Sam and Max comics, Sam would often wield a large revolver.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Max: Nice wedding so far.

        Sam: I think the Commissioner would support our decision to employ rubber ammo and tear gas at this point. He wouldn't want this to get out of hand.

        Max: After all, it is his daughter's wedding.

      • Man: Oh you didn't have to get dress up for us....
        Max: *looking at guys with giant ketchup and mustard bottles* Look, Sam! It's five weapon-toting punks who couldn't cut it at Burger Boy!
        Sam: And with their career paths greatly limited, they chose to become evil minions. Heh heh. I'll bet they were even turned down by the military!
        Man: Shut up! Shut up!
        *guys shoot ketchup and mustard at Sam and Max*

    • NOTES (1)

      • While Sam, Max, and the Geek were taking off masks from their own heads, Sam pulled his mask looking like Sonny Bono and the Geek looking like Cher.

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Ms. Honeybunny

        The secretary Ms. Honeybunny is a reference to the James Bond character Miss Moneypenny.

      • The title "The Monkeys from O.N.C.L.E." is a parody of the famous 1960s show "The Man from U.N.C.L.E"

      • Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (Title)
        Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang was a way in which Japanese would refer to James Bond (hence the theme of this episode) which was subsequently made into a song for the movie Thunderball.

      • Peter Lorre
        The character who gives Max the microchip is a characterization of Peter Lorre, who was in Casablanca, as well as many other films. Peter Lorre was often characterized in Warner Bros cartoons, as well as being the basis for the character of Ren in the Ren & Stimpy cartoons.

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