Shin Chan

Season 1 Episode 24

Stop Referencing the Show!

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Aired Daily 12:30 AM Dec 13, 2007 on Cartoon Network
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The Ench Stroke
Shin and some other school kids practice Japanese writing.

Pupin the Turd
Shin Chan and Georgie Brown pretend-play as two detectives who must retrieve a precious emerald and ruby from a villain who makes bad puns.

The Fifth Beetle
Maso finds a rare stag beetle but loses it to two tough second graders. Now Shin and his other friends decide to team up to help Maso get his beetle back.

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    Dave Trosko

    Dave Trosko

     

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    Laurie Steele

    Laurie Steele

     

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    Troy Baker

    Troy Baker

    Action Bastard

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    Jason Liebrecht

    Jason Liebrecht

    Principal Ench

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    Christopher R. Sabat

    Christopher R. Sabat

    Narrator, Mr. Kei, Yonro, additional voices

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Narrator: Sometimes, when one TV show loves another TV show very much, and the first TV show gets plastered on appletinis and the second TV show is getting over a bad breakup and a little unconscious, the first TV show sticks its penis into the second TV show's vagina. And nine months later, you wind up with a deformed, mutant hybrid. Like this!

      • Penny: I thought we couldn't draw pictures.
        Ench: Sure, anything but mushroom towers.
        Penny: Yay, hairy caves!
        Maso: Let's all draw! (A spot of ink squirts onto his face) Oh, it shot on my face!
        Penny: You hear that?
        Georgie: Are you surprised?

      • Penny: The Perfect Penny for a Penniless Starving Artist! After Mommy drives Daddy into a mountain lake, I collect the life insurance like those TV bitches. Then I support an artist who's brilliant but insane. He blows my fortune on a giant sculpture made of diamonds and dead birds, so I pay the bills by joining an all-white hip-hop group! A wrinkly old Hollywood producer sees me and makes me a star in exchange for sex. When he croaks, I get his money--I'm rich again! I return to my artist love, who's made a sculpture of uranium. He dies from radiation, then his art sells for billions, and I cry myself to sleep every night on my pile of gold.
        Maso: I'm afraid.
        Georgie: Someone help her.

      • Penny: I'm gonna draw a mushroom tower between two mountains.
        Miss Anderson: Let's not. I really need to clean out those bathroom stalls.

      • Penny: (on Ench's writing) Your stick figures suck.
        Miss Anderson: No, Penny, that's Kanji. The Japanese writing we told your parents we're teaching you.
        Georgie: Right, douchebags use it for tattoos.
        Shin: Or on this show, when they're too lazy to change things to English.
        Georgie: Stop referencing the show.

      • Miss Polly: What happens if I just accidentally blew the janitor?

    • NOTES (1)

      • Stop Referencing the Show! is the eighteenth episode of the first season of FUNimation's adaptation of Shin Chan, and the twenty-fourth episode overall

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Kanji are the Chinese characters that are used in the modern Japanese logographic writing system along with hiragana, katakana, Arabic numerals, and the occasional use of the Latin alphabet.

      • Lupin the Third

        The episode segment of Pupin the Turd is a parody of this popular Japanese anime.

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