In "Brobot," Brobot said that he was programmed for honesty. If that is true, then why did he make up that story about the mooniemen?
Brobot:What story are you talking about? Oh! Is about a goose that does'nt fit in? Or maybe, a magic pickle! Oh! Tell me the story, tell me the story, tell me the story!
Carl: (while riding back home in the rocket) Wow, Brobot seemed really upset.
Sheen: Yea, he'll be emotionally scarred for the rest of his life.........ANY SALTY SNACKS ON BOARD!?!?
Sheen: (About The Kid Who Cried Wolf) Kid yells wolf, people come to help, kid laughs, he made it up, real wolf comes, kid yells, people don't come
Carl: No, no, don't tell me, I haven't finshed the book yet!
Sheen: ...The kid's wolf food!
Carl: I don't know ... I think Brobot is kinda cute.
Sheen: Carl, you think everything is cute!
Carl: Well you think UltraLord is cute!
Sheen: I do not!
Carl: Yes you did! You told me!
Sheen: No, let me clarify! I said BABY UltraLord was cute!
Carl: (giggles) Yeah, he is. Hey, can I borrow your Baby UltraLord doll when we get back home?
Sheen: It's an ACTION FIGURE! And just for that you can't borrow him!
Jimmy: Guys, I need you to focus!
Carl: The mooniemen might be around us!
Sheen: Maybe one of us is a moonieman!
Carl: Ah! Sheen's a moonieman!
Sheen: Or maybe you are a moonieman!
Carl: AHH!!! I'M A MOONIEMAN!!!
Jimmy: Batteries to power...
Sheen: Ooh! Wait, Jimmy! I wanna say it! I wanna say it!
Jimmy: (sighs) Go ahead.
Sheen: Batteries to power.
(Jimmy pushes a button)
Sheen: Turbines to speed.
(Jimmy shifts into gear)
Sheen: And ... kick it, homie!
Jimmy: Hey, say it right!
Sheen: (unenthusiastically) Lift off.
Carl: This is all like some weird dream! B-but I know I'm not dreaming, cause there'd be llamas in it and Jimmy's mom's ... (sees Sheen and Jimmy staring weirdly at him) ... cookies!
Brobot: I don't like Sheen.
Carl: Tell me about it.
Sheen: Cool! We get to get shot out of an airlock!
Jimmy: Sheen, we won't survive being shot into space!
Sheen: Oh. But still, an airlock!
Jimmy: What?! Nobody uses my rocket ship for a toilet!
Carl: Um, actually, Jimmy, I...
The piano riff on the Beatles' song, "Hey Bulldog" is heard as Jimmy stops Brobot.
This episode is the second appearance of Brobot and his parents.
Roxie makes her debut in this episdoe.
This is the first appearance of The Junk Man.
This episode can be seen on the DVD Attack of the Twonkies.
Goddard falls in love with the Junkman's alien dog, Roxie.
Jimmy explains to Sheen why they don't wear helmets or oxygen tanks when they're in space and why it takes them so short a time to travel between Earth and Luna, but Carl sings over all the explanations.
We learn that Sheen can play the harmonica.
The Grava-Disks looked like the Jim-Tech from "Saftey First," except they glowed a different color.
The selenium crystals Jimmy gathers while on the moon look exactly like the aster-rubies from "A Beautiful Mine."
The Junkman was going to be voiced by Dan Castellaneta, but he did not have the time, so Charlie Adler took the part.
Second appearances of Brobot, Popbot and Mombot. Cindy, Libby, Miss Fowl, Judy and Hugh do not appear in this episode.
According to the nick.com schedule page, this was an 11 minute episode called "The Junk Man" and was scheduled to air with "The Great Egg Heist."
This episode aired at 6:00 PM on Friday, March 12, 2004.
Carl still loves Mrs. Neutron!
Wrestlepalooza is a spoof of Wrestlemania.
Jimmy: I have classic purple flirp, diet purple flirp, and new and improved purple flirp with more purple.
The "new and improved" flirp is a spoof of Coke, which came out with a "new and improved" version, only no one liked it.
Junkman: (selling junk for quatloos)
A quatloo is a monetary unit from Star Trek.
Mombot: Would you boys like more Lunar Pie?
"Lunar pie" spoofs "moon pie."
Black monolith: on Luna
In the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey, the astronauts found a black monolith burried on the moon.
Title: The Junkman Cometh
The title is taken from the play The Iceman Cometh.
Goddard: (to Roxy, in Barry White's voice) Oh baby.
When Goddard said this line, he sounded just like Barry White, a famous singer, before he passed away.
Carl: Now I know why the caged bird sings.
This line, said by Carl, is a reference to the famous literary work "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou.
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