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Season 2 Episode 4

A Song for Margo

Aired Sunday 12:00 AM Mar 26, 1995 on FOX
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A Song for Margo
Margo gets a new neighbor, Johnny Wrath, who is the lead singer in the rock group, Nuns in a Blender. Margo falls in love with him, but doesn't feel the relationship is right when she finds him with another girl. Meanwhile, Alice tries to find a suitable preschool for Penny.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • (Franklin is being chased by two hunters while he is wearing the Energizer Bunny suit)
        Franklin: But I'm not really a rabbit!
        Hunter: We know.

      • Jay: I promised Alice I'd get her little girl into pre-school, and I haven't had any luck. I ate a cheesecake, I took a nap, what more can one man do?

      • Jay: Mom, nobody can be cool in front of their parents.
        Franklin: Not even Sean Connery?
        (cut to dinner with Sean Connery and his parents)
        Mr. Connery: So when are you going to settle down with that nice Miss Moneypenny?
        Sean Connery: For the last time, Dad, it's just a bloody movie!
        Mrs. Connery: Pipe down and eat your haggis!

      • (Alice and Penny enter a preschool class room)
        Teacher: Come in. It's nap time.
        Penny: I don't wanna take a nap!
        (The teacher turns into Freddy Kreuger)
        Teacher as Freddy: You will nap or be eaten by the worm from Hell!
        Alice: I don't like this school.
        Teacher as Freddy: Which part didn't you like? It was the worm from Hell wasn't it? He's not so bad once you get to know him.

      • Security Guard: Who died and made you king?
        Prince Charles: (sob) Nobody.

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • The Addams Family
        Duke refers to Jay as "Pugsley." Pugsley was the overweight son of Gomez and Morticia Addams on the television show The Addams Family.

      • Energizer Bunny
        Franklin wears a pink bunny suit very similar to the Energizer commercials from the 90s. The advertisments featured a pink toy bunny banging a drum to show how long the Energizer batteries lasted.

      • The Cat in the Hat
        The scene with Shackelford, the butler, juggling the tea service while rhyming with Johnny Wrath is a parody of the Dr. Seuss book, The Cat in the Hat, where the Cat juggles several things in the childrens' house while rhyming about his history.