Time Squad

Season 2 Episode 5

Repeat Offender / Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Jun 14, 2002 on Cartoon Network
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Repeat Offender / Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma

Repeat Offender: After Tuddrussel shows Otto a prison for "repeat offenders", Time Squad gets a mission--back to Black Beard!? It turns out he's gone back to his old wildlife tricks again, so Tuddrussel has to take him in. But before they can do anything they are sent to ancient Greece to convince Scocrates into being a philosopher, not a fitness instructor, before they can even get back to the satellite. And once the missions complete, they notice that Black Beard has escaped!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma: After Tuddrussel hurts Larry's feelings, Otto tries to make him more sensitive. They soon get a mission to Montesuma who is giving up being emperor, for stand up comedy! They must keep him from winning the Amature Night contest, but all the other acts are terrible! And Otto's history jokes aren't helping one bit!


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    Carlos Alazraqui

    Carlos Alazraqui

    Mahatma Ghandi

    Guest Star

    Rodger Bumpass

    Rodger Bumpass


    Guest Star

    Mark Hamill

    Mark Hamill

    The Lawrence "Larry" 3000

    Recurring Role

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Beauregard "Officer Buck" Tuddrussel

    Recurring Role

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny


    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • QUOTES (10)

      • From: "REpeat Offender"
        Tudrussle:Time for some rehabilitation. Tudrussle style. (punches and brakes the screen)
        Larry:Ah..the pleasures of working with a maniac.

      • also from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Tuddrussel: That's it! No more Mr. Nice Tuddrussel!
        Larry (sarcastically): Ooh, I *so* scared!
        Tuddrussel: Well, you *should* be, maestro, when I tell everyone what a lousy artist you are.
        Larry: That *really* hurts, especially coming from a man who sleeps with a *night-light* and a *teddy bear*.

      • from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Tuddrussel: How 'bout the time I caught *you* putting on make-up?
        Larry (scoffs): That's not as bad as the time you were having a drink and got your head stuck in the toilet.

      • from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Tuddrussel: What's this called? "Oops, I spilled the paint"?

      • Otto: Hey, folks! Ever wonder why our first president was the cleanest? That's because he was always Washing-ton!
        [drum kick]
        Man1: Who?
        Man2: What's a president?
        Otto: Then there was our chief executive durring the War of 1812. What a temper! No coincidence we was named James Mad-ison!
        [drum kick][crickets]
        Crowd: Boo! Boo!
        Man: Boo! You stink!
        Otto: [laughs nervously and lets some hot air out of his shirt] Tough crowd.

      • from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Man: Those mayans are stupid! [as dummy] Yeah! And I thought I was a dummy!

      • from "Repeat Offender"
        Otto: So how long we keeping him?
        Tuddrussel: Till he learns the error of his ways.
        [Gandhi and Blackbeard continue][Tuddrussel and Larry leave]
        Otto: That may be a while. [leaves]

      • from "Repeat Offender"
        BlackBeard: D'oh! Ahh! Blimey!
        Tuddrussel: Oh, pipe down, peg-leg. It's just time travel. You'll get used to it.
        Larry: First it's scary, then it's a thrill! Now it's just tedious.

      • from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Man: Listen. Can I book you guys for tomorrow?
        Tuddrussel: With him? Over my dead body!
        Larry: In that case, certenly.
        [audience laughs]

      • from "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma"
        Tuddrussel: I checked your Blue Book value, Larry, and it said you were worthless!
        Larry: I tried to check your IQ, but numbers don't go that low!

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