The Brak Show

Season 1 Episode 5


Aired Unknown Sep 09, 2001 on Cartoon Network
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Brak is upset because Zorak made him get rid of his lobster doll, Hippo.

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    • QUOTES (9)

      • Dad: Mother, if I had a brother, I would like him to live by the ocean, so we could go visit him on vacation.
        (Brak walks by crying, saying hippo oh hippo)
        Dad: *sigh* But what am I saying? We'd probably fight, and argue like we did growing up. He was such a jerk! Thats it, Mother, call my brother on the telephone, and tell him we are not coming; he is dead to me now!

      • Dad: I think we should all go. Everyone except me.

      • Brak: I'm gonna just cry myself a snack.

      • Thundercleese: I never saw him again.
        Brak: Did you ever see him again?
        Thundercleese: Did I not just say that I didn't.

      • Mother: I think there's something wrong with Brak
        Dad: There's something wrong with everyone.
        Brak: I don't want to live anymore.
        Dad: Ah finally my own office, you see Mother Itold you if we wait we would have to add on.

      • Brak: When I was in class, Zorak pulled my pants down and everyone laughed. Even me. Because it was funny, but not to me.

      • Brak (to Dr. Grumbles): Wow, last time I had this much fun, I was face down in a pizza pie, EATIN' MY WAY TO FREEDOM!

      • Brak (to Zorak): But this money's for college.
        Zorak (taking the money): Swipe!
        Brak: NOW I'LL NEVER BE A BARBER!!!

      • Brak (singing while looking for Hippo):

        "Lookin', lookin', lookin', lookin', lookin'...

        lookin', lookin', lookin', everywere! But not there! (monster in trashcan growls)

        I'll keep lookin' and never stop!

        I'll keep lookin' and never stop, lookin'!!"

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Opening Title: The Braks of Life
        This title parodies another American sitcom, from 1979, called The Facts of Life. This show was a spin-off of Dif'frent Strokes.