Stripperella

Season 1 Episode 5

The Wrath of Klinko

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jul 17, 2003 on Spike TV
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Episode Summary

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Klinko, a copy store master, uses his copy machines to brain wash customers into criminals and carry out his multiple dirty deeds.

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    Jill Talley

    Jill Talley

    Giselle/Various

    Jon Cryer

    Jon Cryer

    Clifton/Various

    Maurice LaMarche

    Maurice LaMarche

    Chief Stroganoff/Leonard/Various

    Pamela Anderson

    Pamela Anderson

    Erotica Jones/Stripperella

    Sirena Irwin

    Sirena Irwin

    Persephone Cliche

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Special Agent 14/Various

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • When Stripperella's boots are glued to the conveyor belt and she's heading toward the grinder, she takes them off and leaps into the air. In the air, as well as when she first lands...she is barefoot. However, when she starts to chase Klinko, her boots are back on.

      • When Stripperella uses her laser lipstick to cut through the roof of Kilko's, (the store, not the bad guy) the beam is red. When she uses it again against the robot hands, the beam is yellow.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Chief: Good morning Stripperella. Sorry to call you on the frisbee phone, but your vibrating belly ring seems to be broken.

      • Random Stripper: Hello! Guys? Boobies a jigglin'! Anyone?

      • Leonard: Look everybody. Police chase! Ohh, I love police chases. Almost as much as I love police men! (Laughs)

      • Bobby: So Erotica, now that were going steady and junk I was thinking that maybe we should start fooling around.
        (Erotica shoves a sandwich in Bobby's mouth)
        Erotica: Bobby, I'm planning on saving myself for the man I marry.

      • (After being nailed in the crotch with a sledgehammer)
        Chief: Good thing I lost my testicles in the war or else that would really hurt.

      • Stripperella: Agent 69 reporting for duty.
        Chief: Stripperella, I want you to pick up that sledgehammer and hit me in the groin.
        Stripperella: 'Scuse me?
        Chief: The boys down in the lab made me an inpenetrable crotch protector. Now, sledgehammer me.
        Stripperella: Okay.
        (She picks up the hammer and strikes the Chief in the groin with it. He flies up and crash lands to the floor.)
        Chief: Aaah!! Oh, God! The pain! Aaah!
        (He stands up)
        Chief: Now, hand me the inpenetrable crotch protector.
        Stripperella: Shouldn't you have put that on before I hit you?

      • Leonard: You ever notice that Erotica and Stripperella are never in the same place at the same time?
        Persephone: What a completley random thing to say. Lots of people have never been in the same place as Stripperella. We haven't.
        Leonard: I was just making an observation.

    • NOTES (2)

      • This is the first time we see Erotica take her top off since the opening title sequence, but her chest is blocked from view from random objects entering the scene.

      • Persephone must have gotten used to living in the United States because her accent has changed.

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

        The dwarf depicted in this episode is actually a Oompa Loompa, complete with orange skin and green hair as depicted in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

      • Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn

        The title of this episode is a parody of Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn.

      • The Silence of the Lambs
        The scene where Stripperella walks in to the cell block and gets hit with a glob of store-bought hair conditioner is similar to Clarice Starling from the 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs walking in and getting hit with a shot of semen.

      • Kinko's
        The name Klinko is a parody of the popular copying service Kinko's.

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