The Grim Reaper
Billy / Billy's Dad
Mikey Munchle / Mailman
Eldridge Johnson Mayer / Customer
Narrator / Detector / Commander
When Mandy, Billy, Irwin, and Corn (the younger version of Gladys) are watching Exploding Penguins 3, they are the only ones in the movie theater watching the movie.
Why is it that Gladys could remember herself before the accident, but Harold couldn't?
Correction: Because Harold is stupid!
When Billy's mom was shopping for face cream, she never paid for it.
Correction: Mandy was being sarcastic.
Billy's slice of bread keepes changing sizes. For example, in one scene where billy only has a tiny bit of bread left, but in the next scene, othe bread had only one bite taken out of it.
When Billy, Mandy, Corn (younger version of billy's mom), and irwin were at the theatre, there was a scene where there was a coming soon poster on the wall. It was a picture of a lady with a yellow dress. However, in the next scene, it turns blue.
Billy: Mandy, I'm looking for my Captain Fathead!
Mandy: Your dad's in the garage
Mikey Munchie: You're here for the walruses, right?
Grim: Uh, no.
Grim: Great sister's of the underworld! Someone open a window!
Gladys: Aw kids, they just don't understand the concept of eating.
Mandy: You lost your pants?
Billy: Well... (turns around) just the back, but it's not so bad. (starts shaking his butt)
Mandy: I just lost my ability to see! I can still feel your butt facing me!
Billy: (talking to his slice of bread sadly) I thought we have something really special. (sniff)
Mandy: (about Mikey Munchle) Who does he look like?
Grim: He looks like an alien wearing human skin, so that he can fool us into buying collectibles and games that will implant tiny tracting chips in our fingers!
Mandy: No, he's Mikey Munchle.
Grim: I know. I'm just messing with you. I thought I should say something stupid since Billy ain't here.
Taking Tree: Hello, my name is Eldridge Johnson Mayer. And yes, I am a Taking Tree.
Mandy: You're a talking Taking Tree? Why would a tree be named Eldridge Johnson Mayer?
Tree: Well, why don't you have a nose?
Mandy: Oh, that's the first time I've heard that one. I'll go get the chainsaw.
Tree: I already have that, my dear. (shows the stolen chainsaw and puts it back in his mouth)
Mandy: You were in a child's Kung Fu class?
Grim: Silence, non-believer!
Billy: This pillow stuffing tastes like I'm choking. (coughs)
Billy: My mom is ancient and grappling with the onset of menopause.
Billy: Mom, I needs you. Every time I take a bite of this vitamin-enriched bread, it keeps getting smaller. Pretty soon, it will be all gone, then what'll I do?" (starts to cry)
Billy: Hey, not only did I find Captain Fathead, but I found Carmen San Diego and Waldo! (Waldo waves)
Apparently, Grim has a grudge on a girl in his child's kung fu class named Amy Cooper.
$11,756,833 is what Grim said the second time. But the first time, he said the card is worth $11,756,832.
Apparently, Billy's dad isn't really so dumb. It is revealed in "The Taking Tree" that he got accepted into Harvard University.
This was the first episode to use the "roll-up" version of closed captioning.
This marks the first time Grim said something stupid due to Billy's absence.
The Mickey Munchle card is worth $11,756,833.
Eldridge Johnson Mayer is the name of the Taking Tree.
The movie Irwin and Mandy want to see is "Exploding Penguins 3: Total Annihilation.
The name of the movie Billy's Mom wants to see is Sunshine Boy
Grim goes to the bathroom annually.
In the beginning of The Talking Tree, Grim took Kung Fu lessons.
Credits: Billy's dad is staring at the fly. He catches it with his tongue like a frog and eats it.
1) Billy keeps getting upset about his slice of bread getting smaller as he eats it.
2) Billy thinks Irwin's voice is coming from his slice of bread.
3) Billy and Irwin laugh hysterically every time a penguin or more explode.
Grim named his scythe Jodi.
After zapping Billy's mom with his scythe, Grim made her shrink and go younger!
"Mommie Fiercest" is very similar to the movie Monster In Law, where a to-be-mother-in-law and the bride-to-be fight over the control of one man.
Episode Title: The Taking Tree
The Giving Tree is a famous childrens book written by Shel Silverstein. More Info
In "Mommie Fiercest," Grim knocks on the bathroom door and asks "you hear me knocking, can I please come in?" This is a slight variation on a very famous 1950 blues song called "I Hear You Knockin'," which repeats the line "I hear you knockin' but you can't come in." A variety of bands and singers have turned the song into a hit single over the years, and the line itself has since appeared in other songs. More Info
Episode Title: Mommie Fiercest
Character Mikey Munchle
It's a spoof of the baseball star, Mickey Mantle.
Waldo is a skinny guy with a stripy shirt, hat, and glasses. There is several books on "Where's Waldo?"
Carmen San Diego is a international criminal mastermind in the red coat.
Novels: Nancy Drool
It is an obvious parody of the female detective Nancy Drew.
Title: The Taking Tree
This is a spoof of the popular children's book, the Giving Tree.
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