Sanjay and Craig

Season 2 Episode 2

Trouble Dare/Road Pizza

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Nov 16, 2013 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary


After Sanjay's family gets infested with ants they need a place to stay but, they get rejected from every motel/hotel, so they play a game of family double dare against the dicksons Family to win a place to stay. Craig eats A pizza that was ran over and on the road he gets possessed by an evil pizza and, The pizza tries to destroy the Frycade, So Sanjay tries to stop the evil pizza so he could get his best friend back


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  • Another horrible episode

    Both of these episodes were appalling. What else is left to say? This show is not only stupid, but just plain sick. Pretty much all episodes have gross-out humor of some kind. I mean, "Magic pizza fart?" Who writes this stuff? The other episode was even worse. I miss the days when Nick shows didn't use the word "fart", or have humor related to such. At least Sam & Cat doesn't use that word or kind of humor.

    UPDATE ON FEBRUARY 2 (originally posted last year on November 19): Nick has an upcoming show called Breadwinners that airs in 20 days. Today I found the pilot on YouTube and showed it to my family. EVERYONE HATED IT! They all said it was the worst thing they'd seen in their lives. And that includes The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (2012), Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale (2006), and Rabbids Invasion. So I won't be surprised when Breadwinners gets a 1.9 just like Marvin Marvin here at and Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale at IMDb. My Aunt said I should rate it as low as possible just to get the score down. Unfortunately, the lowest one can rate is 1, unless you are a prolific author. I have been working on that for months (6 plus months), so I can rate stuff like Marvin Marvin, Fred: The Show, and The Oogieloves a 0.0. Breadwinners is next on my "to rate 0.0 once I can" list.

    UPDATE ON FEBRUARY 18: Breadwinners premiered yesterday. I have reviewed it. It's bad but not as bad as Sanjay and Craig. Also to BenBookbinder: I haven't watched most of those shows. And I haven't seen Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, or Doug in years.moreless
  • The writers must have been big Double Dare fans

    the allusions to the creators of the show [Mittenthal, Kinghoffer, etc) made in the episode, and a lot of the DD references, the set looking almost dead on, logos, music, etc... they could have done a parody of Double Dare with a similar format, which other shows have done, but it's clear this is an homage to the show. Not perfect at times, but this is perhaps the only episode I can say I REALLY enjoyed. Marc Summers and the announcer John Harvey being in the episode just made it that much better, even if the dialog for Marc was corny as heck.

    @Disney4life, Nicelodeon always had fart humor, and used fart - Salute your Shorts when Budnick interrupts the opening theme song with "It makes ME WANNA FART!" - how about Rocko's Modern Life, Ren & Stimpy? Even You Can't Do That on Television, Rugrats, Doug, Weinerville, etc had references to farts and farting at some point.moreless
  • This gets sicker with every episode

    This is possibly the worst episode ever! The humor is way too sickening. CANCEL THIS!

    UPDATE I agree with you sumoneelse3950.
  • It feels like Marc Summer was forced to be on this episode.

    Okay, both episodes sucked period. And minimew, this episode is not an example of why this show should get renewed. This is an example of why it should be cancelled.
  • He he, Magic Pizza Fart

    The first episode is a textbook example of why this show should get renewed for a third season. Craig had never looked funny after eating road pizza.

    The second one is a great homage to Double Dare. The even got Marc Summer to play himself.

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • - When Sanjay's family enters the studio to play Double Dare, you can see boxes with the signature "Dueling Ds" logo that adorned podiums, and contestant shirts throughout the Double Dare series.

      - 6 pieces of music from the Double Dare series were used: the opening theme song (when the game begins), the rhythm track to one of the tossup cues (when families go to take a physical challenge), the 30 second physical challenge cue (during the physical challenges), the obsticale course/tossup music's rhythm track (when the Dicksons win their physical challenge), the Obstacle Course music (during the obstacle course race), and the commercial break return bumper music (when Mr. Tufflips declares the blue team the winner at the end of the episode, and when Harvey announces the prize for winning the physical challenge)

      - Harvey, the announcer who continually gets frustrated at how Mr. Tufflips deviates from how the game is supposed to be played, is actually voiced b John Harvey, Double Dare announcer from 1986 to 1990 - himself.

  • QUOTES (1)

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    • When Harvey said "I haven't cried this much since the Mittenthals beat the Klinghoffers back in 1991," the quoted teams are actually references to Michael Klinghoffer, and Robert Mittenthal, two of the 4 creators of Double Dare (the other two being Geoffrey Darby and Dee LaDuke)