Time Squad

Season 1 Episode 3

The Island of Doctor Freud / Daddio Da Vinci

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Aired Unknown Jun 22, 2001 on Cartoon Network
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The Island of Doctor Freud / Daddio Da Vinci
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The Island of Doctor Freud The Time Squad must go back to the year 1899 to convince Sigmund Freud to stop hypnotizing his patients and making them act like animals (done by someone else). Daddio Da Vinci Then, they meet up with famous artist and sculptor Leonardo Da Vinci. They have to find some way to encourage him to create great art.moreless

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    Pamela Adlon

    Pamela Adlon

    Waitress/Cat woman/woman #1

    Guest Star

    Robert Costanzo

    Robert Costanzo

    Dog man/Hawk man

    Guest Star

    S. Scott Bullock

    S. Scott Bullock

    Deputy/Man/Chicken Man

    Guest Star

    Mark Hamill

    Mark Hamill

    The Lawrence "Larry" 3000/Frog Man, Guy #1

    Recurring Role

    Dave Wasson

    Dave Wasson

     

    Recurring Role

    Tom Kenny

    Tom Kenny

    Guy #2/Man shadow/Dr. Sigmund Freud

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (9)

      • Response to that last In "Daddio DaVinci"- Well Larry said in "Ladies & Gentelmen, Montazuma" that where Otto asked about the one painting where it was all black Larry responded that when he was first programed he spent his first 9 years in a box. Maybe 9 years ago from the year 100 million there wasn't that great of tecnology, and you never know how old Larry is. But hey it's a cartoon!

      • Not to be picky, but in "Daddio Da Vinci", Da Vinci found the model for the Mona Lisa attractive, but in reality, Leonardo da Vinci was gay. Guess they couldn't mention that on a kid's show, but them's the facts.

      • At the end of "The Island of Dr. Freud": 1) How did Freud know that Tuddrussel suffered from an overactive superego, Larry was manipulative and passive-aggressive, and Otto was being robbed of his childhood by trying to quell the two insecure egos. 2) Technically, Otto's childhood was taken away from him when he was living in that orphanage in "Eli Whitney's Flesh-Eating Mistake", so Tuddrussel and Larry aren't subconsciously to blame for robbing Otto of his childhood (though, after watching all 20 episodes of "Time Squad", if you lived with those two, that technicality would be worthless at best. Th-Th-Th-That's all, folks!).

      • In "Daddio DaVinci": This *is* the year 100 million, right? So wouldn't the gears inside Larry's chest plate (the ones that look like the ones inside a pocket watch--or any watch for that matter) be considered anachronistic? (I know it's only a cartoon, but you have to believe me on this one--and if you have seen the episode, you'll know what I'm talking about)

      • Response (to the "Daddio DaVinci" mistake): Are you blind as well as nit-picking, DanMat6288? Because I could swear I saw Larry's crossed arms go from center to off-center between two different shots. Also: Tuddrussel's stool disappeared between that time (I'm sorry I forgot to mention that).

      • In "Daddio Da Vinci": (In the scene where Otto tries to get Da Vinci to sketch Larry's gears) The shot where Da Vinci comments on the gears in Larry's chest shows Larry covering his gears by crossing his arms. The subsequent shot where Otto says "Feel free to sketch away" shows Larry's arms in a different position. [Editor's note: He just moved his arms into a different position! That's all, folks!]

      • In "The Island of Dr. Freud", if Larry needed Dr. Freud's help in analyzing that bizarre dream and Otto ended up analyzing the dream, then what was the point of asking Dr. Freud? [Editor's Note: Both Tuddrussel and the H.I.Alarm wouldn't let Larry tell Otto of his dream so he never learned it until he told Dr.Freud.]

      • Also about the DaVinci goof: It seemed to me that DaVinci thought the idea of seeing the model's face around the frame was cool. There was no implications that he found her attractive.

      • Response about the last goof: After seeing the many references to Larry being gay (and believe you me there were plenty) in the series, what's to stop them for putting that in about DaVinci (besides the censors)? However, not that many people know that, so I think it's best left unsaid.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Man: Where's the mayor?
        Officer: He's chasing a cat up a tree
        Another man: Where's the chief of police?
        Officer: He's the cat

      • from "Daddio Da Vinci"
        Otto: His art is entirely abstract! Looks more like postal epression then Itallian Renisance.
        Tuddrussel: Looks more like someone ran over a possom.

      • from "The Island of Doctor Freud"
        Larry: Woops! Forgot to carry the 3. My bad. [immediately retypes the coordinates getting Time Squad out of the prehistoric times]

      • from "Daddio Da Vinci"
        Da Vinci: I'm on a vibe, man. A crazy vibe.
        Larry: An annoying vibe.

      • from "The Island of Doctor Freud"
        Man: Hey! I dreamt I was a water mellon!
        Freud: You hate your mother.
        Man: Hey! You're right!

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