The Angry Beavers

Season 3 Episode 8

Pass it On! / Stump's Family Reunion

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Aired Unknown Aug 14, 1999 on Nickelodeon
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Pass It On:
In a Beaver version of "Are You Afraid Of The Dark" Norb, Dag and all their pals (Treeflower, Truckee, Barry the Bear, Bing and Stump) tell a campfire story which is on the on the verge of outrageous.

Stump's Family Reunion:
Daggett and Norbert accompany Stump to his family reunion because Stump is a bit leery about meeting his woody kinfolk. Norb warns Dag not to embarrass him like he usually does. However, Norb gets a headache which causes him to become delirious and ends embarrassing Daggett in front of Stump's family, who aren't too happy about two wood-eating creatures being at their reunion.

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    Joe Lala

    Joe Lala

    El Grapadura / Alien

    Guest Star

    Vangie Gunn

    Vangie Gunn

    Singer

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    Tom Armbruster

    Tom Armbruster

    Singer

    Guest Star

    Mark Klastorin

    Mark Klastorin

    Truckee / Guard

    Recurring Role

    Charlie Brissette

    Charlie Brissette

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    Terry Wood

    Terry Wood

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Daggett: Drive, Stump! Drive!

      • El Grapadura: (Spanish with Korean subtitles)
        Dr. Daggett: I can't understand you, my Swedeish friend!

      • Bing: (really fast) So they ran and they ran and they ran all the way to India and then to France where they ate some cake but not too much cake because they don't want to get fat like Barry-
        Barry: Hey, bro!
        Bing: Sorry so they ran all the way to England or Scotland or something.

    • NOTES (4)

      • Norbert has a habit of calling Daggett "brother" in different languages in different episodes. In "Pass It On" he called Daggett "hermano", which means "brother" in Spanish. His exact words were "Okay, hermano, I'll say it again, ...(explains how "pass it on" works).
        Look at the episode "Euro Beavers" for French version.

      • In "Pass It On", when El Grapadura speaks to Dr. Daggett during Norb's part of the story, the subtitles are in Korean.

      • Throught "Pass It On", Treeflower's clothes change. They are as follows: A flannel shirt, a cowgirl, a police officer, a Native American, and an airplane pilot.

      • In "Pass It On", Treeflower's part of the story is an obvious take-off of Japanese cartoons, especially earlier "limited animation" shows and films, especially "Gatchaman" (Battle of the Planets/G-Force), "Tetsuwan Atoma" (Astro Boy), and most noticeably "Project A-Ko" and "Galaxy Fraulein Yuna".

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • During Barry's version of the story, his ship is called the "S.S. Positraction". Positraction is a generic trademark for LSD.

      • Everyone: Whole Episode
        This whole episode, "Pass It On", is one cultural reference after another. Norbert's part of the story resembles the 007 Spy Movies. Barry's story resembles some sort of 1970's Movie thing. Bing's story is like some sort of manic, Saturday morning cartoon. Trukee's story is just an excuse to tell a story about parking a truck. Stump's story is some sort of dramatic, MacBeth-ish, Scottish thing. Treeflower's story is Japanese anime. Daggett just says "The End".

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