TALKSHOW with Spike Feresten

Season 1 Episode 22

Dave Foley

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM May 19, 2007 on FOX
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Season finale. Spike details how the show is gone "green". Rick Richards reports on drinking and driving. A plug for "Discount Puppies and Cats". In Comedy for Stoners we see "Fat Albert Gore". Dave Foley visits the set, dispels nasty rumors that he is gay, and gives an "Indignant Editorial" about the damage caused by "Tom and Jerry" cartoons.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In this episode the "Comedy for Stoners" sketch is in the middle of the episode. Normally it is at the very end of the episode.

    • QUOTES (14)

      • (At show opening)
        Announcer: The following program contains a sketch called "Fat Albert Gore," which has nothing to do with the real Al Gore's tremendous weight gain.

      • Spike: Here's another thing we do, we recycle jokes.. and over there is one of our writers, Joe Furey... Joe, who's jokes are we recycling today?
        Joe Furey: (Sitting in the dark watching TV) Magic Johnson's! He's doing a really great Joey Buttafucco bit!
        Spike: (laughs) Rush that to the stage please.

      • Spike: Thank you Rick! Excellent, excellent piece. What are those behind you, bars? Are you in jail?
        Rick Richards: Indeed I am Spike, as it turns out drunk driving is illegal in Nevada. Go figure.

      • (Plugging Discount Puppies and Cats)
        Spike: That's right puppies and cats. Everyone knows that kittens are stupid and full grown dogs will eat your kids.

      • Fat Albert Gore: (like Fat Albert) Hey, hey, hey... There's a hooole in the oooozoone!

      • (Talking about the talents of the show writer Joe Furey)
        Spike: He wrote the "hybrid desk"!
        Dave Foley: Did he? Well you know, he's getting on in years. You should have seen him when he was young, man he was a cracker-jack.

      • Spike: I can't stand people with sandals!
        Dave Foley: You can't stand people with sandals? ... You mean ancient Aramaics?

      • Spike: It's just a rumor, dont get mad at me, but I heard you are gay. That's what someone said to me...
        Dave Foley: I am so not gay... I don't even like sex.

      • Dave Foley: (joking) If I am gay, then so is Tony Randall.

      • (In an "Indignant Editorial" about the damage caused by "Tom and Jerry" cartoons))
        Dave Foley: Kids don't smoke because of cartoons, kids smoke for all the right reasons... because it's cool and it pisses you off. Plus, it keeps you thin ladies... no one likes a fatty!

      • (In an "Indignant Editorial" about the damage caused by "Tom and Jerry" cartoons))
        Dave Foley: If they really wanted to cut negative stuff out of Tom and Jerry cartoons, why don't they start with the frying pan to the skull.

      • (In an "Indignant Editorial" about the damage caused by "Tom and Jerry" cartoons))
        Dave Foley: Now a final note to British parents. You know it's 2006, why are your kids still getting life lessons from 1947 Tom and Jerry cartoons... how about popping for cable, an IPOD or a fresh toothbrush you limey bastards.

      • (In an "Indignant Editorial" about the damage caused by "Tom and Jerry" cartoons))
        Dave Foley: Trust me a cartoon like this has no effect what-so-ever.
        (Cut to a cat smoking a cigarette)
        Spike: Oh no, apparently you're wrong!
        Dave Foley: That's my cat "Jeeves". (smiles) You gotta admit he looks pretty cool though!

      • (Watching the human wood chipper)
        Spike: (Sarcastically) We're very proud. We're very proud of what we do here. We do good work.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Spike: (about Dave Foley) This feels like the Madonna-Letterman interview, except I'm not Letterman and he's not Madonna.

        This is a reference to the infamous March 1994 Madonna-Letterman interview, that degraded in civility until Madonna was asked to leave the set.

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