The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

Season 3 Episode 8

Sealed With a Fist

Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Nov 03, 2006 on Cartoon Network



  • Trivia

    • The names of the superheroes and the supervillains are scrambled. The name of the supervillains is L.O.V.E. and the name of the superheroes is H.A.T.E.

  • Quotes

    • Monroe: 10 bucks says he freaks out.
      Ray Ray: You're on.

    • Dennis: And all that magic stuff Ah-Mah gives you, it's real?

    • June: He knows but, only enough to get himself killed out there. He needs to know.

    • Dennis: Farewell sister, for I may not return. (leaves, June chases after him)
      June: Dennis, wait! I've gotta tell you something!
      Monroe: Lass, no! Ya can't tell 'em the truth!

    • Wrongness: And gold, Wrongness want gold!

    • June: -and who knows, he may even be cool to hang out with.
      Dennis: (offscreen): Hey June what's this do? (she gets hit with a magical blast) Oh. Y'know you gotta learn to label those more carefully. Sheesh.
      June: But keep the charm just in case.

    • Monroe: Actually lass, he's absolutley right.
      June: But the magic he learns isn't real.
      Monroe: Actually, a lot of the magic Dennis and his friends practice is based on real magical spells. He may even know more magic than YOU.

    • Dennis: (summoning H.A.T.E.) Animous clatu inanimous! Animous clatu inanimous! Animous clatu inanimous!

    • Dennis: -and I know you're gonna freak out but just stay with me, ok. (takes a deep breath) Magic, is real.
      June: ...Wow. Figure that out all by yourself?
      Dennis: Get ahold of yourself!
      June: I'm fine Dennis, you on the other hand, know too much.
      Dennis: What? (Monroe throws Goblin Dust on him, he coughs) Did the dog just throw powder on me?!
      Monroe: Uh-oh.
      June and Ray Ray: What?
      Monroe: Apparently we've Goblin Dusted 'im so much he's developed an immunity to it.

    • June: Besides, tights make my butt look big.
      Boomfist: Duh, whaddya think the cape's for?

    • Boomfist: With the powers of H.A.T.E., the villains of L.O.V.E. don't stand a chance!

    • (upon seeing Ray Ray with Boomfist)Monroe: Can it really be?
      June: It's not possible.
      Dennis: Whoa. Why ya talkin' to the dog?

  • Notes

    • Credits: Dennis quits his club and says he'll hang out with June which the other members laugh at him while Dennis rides off with June on a dragon.

    • Main Character Bio(s):

      L.O.V.E.: Short for Legion of Villainous Evildoers, it's made up of Boomfist villains Wrongness, Dr. Termino, Colonel Cold, Man-Gorilla & Professor Eek, and Laundromax.

      H.A.T.E.: Short for Heroes Against Terrible Evildoers, it's a superhero team made up of Knight Possum, Grease Monkey, Sky Rider, Felicia Fitness, Fish Monger, and The Big Red Cheese.

    • Dennis finds out about the magical world and June's duty to keep the balance in it.

    • Dennis is immune to the Goblin's Dust.

    • Second appearance of Boomfist and Wrongness.

  • Allusions

    • The Big Red Cheese's apearance and powers resembles Spongebob Squarepants.

    • Character: Colonel Cold

      He is a parody of Captain Cold, a rouge of the Flash. Although, he's only a parody in looks and name. His powers are more like Ice-Man of The X-Men.

    • Character: Man-Gorilla

      He might be a reference to a lot of primate villains from DC comics, such as Grodd, The Ultra-Humanite, and Monsieur Mallah.

    • Character: Sky Surfer

      He looks like an aged version of Static from the series, Static Shock. Both characters are voiced by Phil LaMarr.

    • Character: Fishmonger

      Fishmonger is a parody of longtime DC Comics character Aquaman, who was a regular on the long-running series Superfriends and who also had powers of sea life. Fishmonger's uselessness is a reference to how Aquaman was often ridiculed for having useless powers.

    • Character: The Big Red Cheese

      "The Big Red Cheese" was the nickname of classic comic book character Captain Marvel, also known as the World's Mightiest Mortal. Juniper Lee creator Judd Winick is, coincidentally, currently writing a series starring Captain Marvel for DC Comics.