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Cynthia Aurora "Cindy" Vortex (voice)
Liberty Danielle "Libby" Folfax (voice)
James Isaac "Jimmy" Neutron (voice)
Sheen Juarerra Estevez (voice)
Hugh Beaumont Neutron (voice)
Flippy's first appearance was in "Attack of the Twonkies" and he made a cameo appearance on the money Cindy gave Carl in "Jimmy For President"
Third time we see the inside of Cindy's room.
Twonkies can be seen at the yard sale and as Flippy leaves in the car in "Flippy," and up in the tree during the bear sequence during "Who Framed Jimmy?."
Cindy's PJ's are the same as her karate uniform.
Usually, people who have wooden legs are suppose to limp or something but the real crook didn't act like he had a wooden leg at all.
Jimmy: (about Flippy) And then he threw Sheen across the lawn resetting your brain on Frape?
Hugh: He did? Wow! I miss everything.
Judy: Well, I guess I said quite enough for a while. Thank goodness things are back to normal.
Hugh: You got that right.
(Jimmy, Hugh and Judy are eating popcorn)
Hugh: (as Flippy) Could you please pass the salt?
(Jimmy and Judy are surprised)
Hugh: Knock, knock.
Flippy: Be right there!
Hugh: Wait, no! That's not it!
(Jimmy dials his phone. Hugh picks up)
Hugh: Hello? Neutron residence.
Jimmy: (mexican accent) Si. This is Pancho's hat repair, your sombrero, she is ready.
Hugh: Oh, goody! I'll be right over. (hangs up the phone) Honey! I'm off to pick up my sombrero!! I don't even know I own one. (leaves the room)
(Jimmy takes Flippy to the lab)
Sheen: Wow! Those bear wrestling classes my dad made me take sure paid off.
Sheen: I see a bear.
Carl: Is he a nice bear like a teddy bear or a mean one?
(A bear appears and growls at them)
Sheen: I'm going with...the mean one.
Officer Tubbs: (Putting handcuffs on Stormshuckle) How do you do it. Seriously, how do I do it?
Stormshuckle: Ahh! I'm blinded! Dang. I hope nobody's trying to escape!
Flippy: I want to be alive like you and your friends, except not your friends because they morons.
(Carl and Sheen looked stunned)
Jimmy: Sheen, it's Jimmy!
Sheen: You mean Jimmy Neutron, or Jimmy Carter the 39th President of the United States?
Sheen: That's one smart puppet. Are you sure it's your dad's brain?
Officer Tubbs: (through megaphone) Jimmy Neutron, this is the police! Come out with your hands over your head!
Jimmy: (tries, but can't) That's phisically impossible!
Jimmy: So, what do you guys wanna do today?
Carl: Hang out with your mom. (Jimmy looks shocked and horrified)
Cindy: (Jimmy drives off in back of police car) Neutron's going to jail? That's terrible! Wait a minute, now I'm the smartest kid in class! (laughs) That's great! (Mr. and Mrs. Neutron look at her - covers mouth)
Villian Debut: Bueford Lee Stormshuckle
Jimmy and his friends are forced to work on a chain gang, overseen by Stormshuckle, who wears sunglasses. This may be a reference to the film Cool Hand Luke, where the title character is arrested and forced to work on a chain gang, overseen by Boss Godfrey, a man who wears sunglasses and never says a word the whole movie. Both Luke and Jimmy try to escape the gang.
Title screen music: Who Frammed Jimmy
The music on the title screen on this episode is similar to the TV show Cops. The theme song is "Bad Boys".
Character: Bueford Lee Stormshuckle
This character is a spoof of a sheriff of the movie Smokey and the Bandit his name was Bueford T. Justice.
Scene: Bear Chase
While a bear chases Jimmy, Carl and Sheen, there are some spoofs to the show The Benny Hill Show, like the running gags or Carl patting a bald in the head.
Scene: Trash Picking
This scene is similar to the movie Cool Hand Luke, especially when Jimmy, Carl, and Sheen refer to the warden as "boss" whenever they ask to do something.
Hugh and Flippy: Characters
Hugh and Flippy kinda resembles the Batman villains Ventriloquist and Scarface. Flippy talks loudly like Scarface and Hugh gust keeps quiet like Ventriloquist
Flippy is based on the book Goosebumps: "Night of the Living Dummy" by R.L Stine. Or he could be based off of Chucky from the horror movie Child's Play.
Who Framed Jimmy: Title
"Who Framed Jimmy" is a reference to Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
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