The Steven Banks Show

Season 1 Episode 9

Sunday In The Park With Stuffy

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Sunday In The Park With Stuffy
The episode is narrated by Stuffy the dog, who recounts how it all started with a man named Steven..."Banks, Banks, Banks" and so Steven's fantasizing begins. Lupe delivers him a package from his parents at a home security convention--a dead stuffed decoy dog named Stuffy. But when Mr. Pfeiffer sees the stuffed dog he reports this to Mariana, who gets frightened. Steven tries to get rid of Stuffy by putting him in the on-deck trash downstairs. He attends the Mexican restaurant where Mariana is exhibiting her paintings and has a great time, serenading her in his apartment, until a cop comes over and returns Stuffy to Steven, writing him up. When Lupe arrives she recognizes Stuffy because she had a similar decoy dog until it got stolen, and so Steven gives Stuffy to Lupe. In the end, Stuffy decides that he enjoys being with Lupe after all.moreless

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    Michael Kostroff

    Michael Kostroff

    Pepper Colligan, Chuck, Pims, Ward Pfeiffer, various roles

    Teresa Parente

    Teresa Parente

    Marianna Stewart, Lupe, various roles

    Steven Banks

    Steven Banks

    Steven Banks

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    • NOTES (2)

      • The song Steven performs for Mariana is the same as the one he performed for his girlfriend in "Home Entertainment Center," with a different second verse.

      • Opening Sequence: Similar to the one in "Rock 'n' Roll Auction" except that there are pigeons everywhere. A homeless person in a tent is throwing food scraps at pigeons when a tourist comes by and offers him a sandwich in an attempt to take a picture. The tourist then leaves the sandwich in front of the tent and the homeless person snatches it and throws a scrap at the pigeons.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Steven: I love you/More than Citizen Kane/More than Lake Pontchartrain...
        This lyric, not from the original version of the love song Steven performs in "Home Entertainment Center," refers to Lake Ponchatrain, located in Southern Louisiana, where Brandon Tartikoff's Easting Down Production was located.

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