Time Squad

Season 2 Episode 1

A Thrilla at Attila's / Cabin Fever

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Apr 05, 2002 on Cartoon Network
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A Thrilla at Attila's / Cabin Fever
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A Thrilla at Attila's:
After returning from an exausting mission to Attila the Hun, Time Squad is having a hard time deciding whose description of their adventure to believe!

Cabin Fever:
When the guys wish for the alarm not to go off for a while after a particularly rough mission, their wish becomes reality and the Time Squad becomes free to do what ever they want, when they want. But trouble soon sets in and Tuddrussel and Larry start to loose it.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Dave Wasson

    Dave Wasson

    Hun 1/Hun2/Hun 4

    Guest Star

    Jess Harnell

    Jess Harnell

    Hun3/Attila The Hun

    Guest Star

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Beauregard "Officer Buck" Tuddrussel

    Recurring Role

    Mark Hamill

    Mark Hamill

    Hun 5/The Lawrence "Larry" 3000

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In "Cabin Fever" when Otto, Larry, and Tuddrussel are playing Twister, some of the places on the Twister mat are not colored in (read: they don't have the green, yellow, blue or red circles where they're supposed to be). Also, the Twister mat was gray with grids on it, which is not true in real life (and it was a real Twister game BTW because the spinner in Otto's hand looked like the one from the actual game).

    • QUOTES (2)

      • from "A Thrilla At Atilla's"
        Larry: Well, I certainly don't remember wearing a tutu..." (to himself): "At least I didn't think I did."
        Otto: "Willikers"? "Golly Gee"?
        Tuddrussel: I heard you say "Willikers".

      • from "Cabin Fever"
        Otto: As long as the alarm doesn't go off, we can do whatever we want!
        Larry: Shh. You'll jinks it.

    • NOTES (2)

      • "A Thrilla At Attila's" is a reference to a boxing match called "The Thrilla In Manila" between Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali.

      • The plot to "A Thrilla At Attila's" is based on a movie called "Rashomon" where a young samurai is murdered and four witnesses give a totally different account of what happened. The point of the movie was that no one's story could be trusted, and that the truth would never be known. (The difference between this and "A Thrilla at Attila's" is that there were three witnesses--i.e., the Time Squad--and the truth was known, only it wasn't used because Otto wasn't an official member of the Time Squad).

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • In "A Thrilla At Attila's", Tuddrussel's reference to Otto saying "Willikers" and "golly gee" alludes to Jay Ward's Mr. Peabody and Sherman. It also harks back to the episode "Houdini", where Otto does keep saying these phrases because he was fulfilling the role as the "Robin" to Tuddrussel's "Batman"

      • Tuddrussel: "Tuddrussel Smash!"
        This refers to the Incredible Hulk. 'Hulk Smash!'

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