Squirrel Boy

Season 1 Episode 7

Islands in the Street / Speechless

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Aired Friday 7:00 PM Aug 18, 2006 on Cartoon Network
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Islands in the Street / Speechless
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Islands in the Street: Rodney is stranded on an island with Salty Mike in the middle of a highway because of an accident. Meanwhile, Andy and Kyle team up to find them. Speechless: Watching a comedy movie makes Mr. J. laugh so hard it hurts his throat on the same night as his Badger Scout speech, so Rodney tries to speak for him.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Kyle: (calling out) Salty Mike! My toenails! They're like burning knives!

      • Salty Mike: Estupido! You have made lost to us all of the delicious confections!
        Rodney: Well, they were mine to lose. So if I choose to lose them, I can lose them all I want, because they were mine! I don't see you giving me anything!
        Salty Mike: (grabs a pipe and starts chasing Rodney) That is about to change!
        Rodney: AAH! Mad bird! Mad bird!

      • Rodney: I'm trapped. Trapped on an Island! (Camera switches to reveal the "Island" is in the middle of the street.)

    • NOTES (1)

      • Credits: The Johnsons watch the sequel to the comedy movie that was seen in Speechless. This time, it stars Rodney. At the end, Mr. Johnson loses his voice again from laughing so hard.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Salty Mike: (to Rodney) You also do not think promptly on my fantasy island!

        This is a reference to the classic TV show called Fantasy Island, which ran from 1978-1984, and starred Ricardo Montalban and Herve "Tattoo" Vallechez.

      • The episode title "Islands in the Street" may be a reference to an old Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton top ten hit called "Islands in the Stream."

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