Billion Dollar Boy After Jimmy beats the richest kid in Retroville, Eustace Strych, in the Battlekite Flyoffs, Eustace's pride is wounded. He sets up a trap for Jimmy by inviting Jimmy, Sheen, Carl, Cindy, Libby, Hugh, and - most importantly - Goddard over to his mansion. There, Hugh befriends Eustace's dad while the kids enjoy an ice cream banquet. Things turn dangerous, however, when Eustace engages Jimmy in a bet - Goddard against one of Eustace's RA units. And if Eustace's bot wins, Jimmy will lose Goddard.moreless
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Miss Winifred Fowl (voice)
Cynthia Aurora "Cindy" Vortex (voice)
Goddard (voice)/Mr. Strych
Liberty Danielle "Libby" Folfax (voice)
Hugh Beaumont Neutron (voice)
The British accent Rob Paulsen used for Eustace Strych is similar the one that he used for his most famous character, Pinky, on the award-winning WB cartoon, Pinky And The Brain.
When Carl discovered that he didn't need his glasses, he left it in his room. In the last scene where Jimmy, Sheen, Jimmy's mom and dad, and Carl's family were singing, Carl pulled out his glasses from his pocket.
If Carl and his parents are allergic to salt why would they have it in the first place?
Blix (Strych's butler) is credited, but he never spoke.
Jimmy says to Goddard to play dead and runs out of the arena without closing the door. When everyone runs from the RA unit the door is closed as it gets blasted open.
Under the effects of the total health boost pills, Carl did not need his glasses to see clearly. However, his parents still did.
Hugh: Well, I know what I've learned... (burps)
Jimmy: Yes, dad?
Hugh: No, that's about it.
Hugh: Yeeeaahh! Neutrons Rule! Woopty-woop! Yeaaahh! (turns towards Cindy and Libby and points at them) In your face!
Eustace's Dad: Parental Power... coursing through my veins!!!
Jimmy: (smugly) What's the matter? Can't your unit spontaneously reassemble itself after a main core implosion? No? Too bad, old bean!
Sam: In the final round of the battle-kite competition, Jimmy Neutron vs. Eustace Storch.
Eustace: That's STRYCH, you nattering nabob! Eustace STRYCH!
Sam: Right, Strych. NO ONE CARES! Yeah.
Eustace: For this, Neutron, I will persue you with everlasting vengeance!
Mr. Strych: Not so fast, young man. It's time we set some "limits." To start with, no persuing anyone with eternal vengeance for an entire month! (as an aside) Like that, Hugh?
Hugh: Eh ... close enough.
Eustace: Make ready, Neutron: you're about to face the ultimate triumph in expensive robot technology. Blix, bring out the RA multi-unit!
(Blix lets a small, cat-like robot into the arena)
Carl: Aw, it's adorable!
Sheen: (disappointed) They just don't make crazed, berserk robots like they used to.
(after Jimmy wins the kite-flying competition)
Hugh: Way to go, son! You made your ancestors proud.
Eustace: Yes, well done, Jimmy. Well done indeed. Listen, why don't you and your "people" pop over to the compound for a celebratory Flurp and ice cream banquet?
Jimmy: I think I'd rather gargle liquid Nitrogen!
Hugh: Jimbo, that was rude. Now your ancestors are ashamed again.
Mr. Wheezer: Come on, family! We're gonna climb Mt. Incredibly Unstable!
(Mrs. Wheezer and Carl look scared)
Carl: No one's ever climbed Mt. Incredibly Unstable and lived! ... I'm in!
Mrs. Wheezer: Me too.
(the Wheezers run off, shouting)
Jimmy: We gotta stop them before they get to Mt. Incredibly Unstable! It's incredibly unstable!
Sheen: How do you know this stuff?!
Sheen: Jimmy! I saw the whole thing! Carl and his folks have become Ultra-Wheezers! How cool is that?
Mrs. Wheezer: You boys sleep tight, now.
Jimmy: (sputtering) But it's only 7:30!
Mr. Wheezer: Now, Jimmy, early to bed, early to rise makes a man less prone to bronchial infection.
This episode aired the exact same night as the Stanley Cup Finals with the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Calgary flames, if you didn't know the Lightning won thier first Stanley Cup that night
This episode is the first appearance of Eustace Strych.
"Billion Dollar Boy" features the first time we see Goddard "play dead" since the movie.
Eustace Strych is notably used from the same character model as the hall monitor, Chuck Lestor, in "Hall Monster."
This episode aired at 6:30 PM on Monday, June 7, 2004.
Cindy and Libby did not appear in "The Mighty Wheezers," Judy did not appear in "Billion Dollar Boy," and Miss Fowl was absent from the entire episode.
Title: Billion Dollar Boy
The title could be a reference to the TV show The Six Million Dollar Man.
Carl's dad snores the same way as Curly Howard from The Three Stooges.
Cindy: We'll get you next year, Neutron.
This may be a homage to Dr. Claw's repeated line, "I'll get you next time, Gadget!" from the popular animated show, Inspector Gadget.
When Carl and his parents jump through the desert to get to Mt. Incredibly Unstable, this is a reference to the Hulk doing the same thing.
Music: Morning Mood
Morning Mood, which is the first movement of the Peer Green Suite by Edward Grieg, plays when Jimmy wakes up after his first night at the Wheezers.
After Jimmy wins the battle-kite comotision,Carl and Sheen Bump each other in the belly and Sheen goes flying back. That is a famous joke from an old show "Fat Albert" made by Bill Cosby.
Title: Billion Dollar Boy
Is a spoof on the title of an old movie called Billion Dollar Hobo.
"Battlekites" might be a spoof of the famous strategy game Battleship.
Music: Rocky's "Gonna Fly Now"
When Carl and his family reach the top of Mt. Incredibly Unstable, the music that is playing in the background sounds very similar to "Gonna Fly Now," the song played during a Rocky scene where Rocky Balboa finally makes it to the top of the stairs of the Philadelphia Art Museum.
Music: Jaws theme
When Jimmy is sneaking past Mr. Wheezer's bed, only the tip of his hair shows - it looks like a shark fin. Fittingly, the background music at this point sounds like the theme from Jaws.
The Wheezers: Rock-climbing
Carl and his parents were jumping and clinging onto rocks like the The Hulk did in The Hulk.
When the Wheezers were running around Retroville, music similar to the opening credits of Spider-Man was playing. Also, the way that Carl discovers that he doesn't need his glasses anymore, and the way that he jumps over buildings shouting happily are direct references to two of the same scenes in the movie.
The "Burning Duck Festival" is a reference to the "Burning Man Festival," where participants "get in touch with Nature" (like Hugh) and build a giant man out of wood to burn.
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