Time Squad

Season 1 Episode 10

The Prime Minister Has No Clothes / Nutorious

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Aired Unknown Sep 28, 2001 on Cartoon Network
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The Prime Minister Has No Clothes / Nutorious
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The Prime Minister Has No Clothes Winston Churchill, the prime minister who leads England through World War II, is also leading everyone into being naked! Including Larry! Nutorious It's the time of George Washington Carver, the man who invents more than 100 uses for the peanut. When Time Squad gets there he's doing just that. "Where's the glitch?" Larry wonders. The glitch is that George's brother, who hates the peanut, is trying to make it look bad!moreless

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    Pamela Adlon

    Pamela Adlon

    Otto Osworth

    Mark Hamill

    Mark Hamill

    The Lawrence "Larry" 3000

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Beauregard "Officer Buck" Tuddrussel

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    Kevin Michael Richardson

    George Washington Carver/Todd Washington Carver

    Guest Star

    Dee Dee Rescher

    Dee Dee Rescher

    Lady

    Guest Star

    Robert Costanzo

    Robert Costanzo

    Peanut Guy 1

    Guest Star

    Mark Hamill

    Mark Hamill

    Man

    Recurring Role

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Kid/Mayor

    Recurring Role

    Daran Norris

    Daran Norris

    Franklin Roosevelt, Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Shaving Cream Man, Peanut Guy #2

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    • TRIVIA (13)

      • Ok. Thanks for responding.
        Cartoon_Fanatic

      • No I mean myself, Cartoon_Fanatic, responded to the post about Larry's gears showing in Daddio DaVinci. LOL Sorry for having everybody confused. (Or as my 5th grade teacher used to say "cornfused")

      • For the record, I'd like to confess that (despite posting it here and instigating a lot of confusion) there is no innuendo in the scene in "Daddio DaVinci" I keep talking about (though I've always thought of it as a reference to indecent exposure--through the eyes of a robot, of course).

      • You can still tell me what you mean though if you want to. I would like to hear what you were going to say.
        Cartoon_Fanatic

      • Im not DanMat6288. Im Cartoon_Fanatic. Sorry for misleading you. [Editor's Note: Thanks for reveling yourself, imposeter. LOL! Sorry. Like Babs from Tiny Toons, I just can't help myself.]

      • Response to the response about "Daddio DaVinci": DanMat6288, I'm touched. I can't believe you actually responded to that. There's only one problem with what you wrote: You didn't read the innuendo behind that scene (when you respond to this, I'll tell you exactly what I mean).

      • Again not to sound smart but in "Nutorious" where you mentioned the people eating the peanuts with the shell, yes it could be right. Some people like to put the whole peanut in their mouth and crack the shell with their teeth and then spit the shell out and it the peanut.And some like to lick the salt off the shell too.

      • Not to sound smart or anything but in "Daddio DaVinci", the scene where Larry's Gears are shown, That wouldn't exactly be considered naked. That would be considered unfinished.

      • Response to recently-posted goofs for "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes": 1) I thought you were kidding about that whole "costume" thing (you don't have to get nasty with me) and 2) The reason why I asked about the scene with Tuddrussel singing in the bathroom was because I figure it could have been (or is) a scene that never made it past the storyboard for a past episode because it was too risqué or it wasn't necessary.

      • In "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes": 1) The beginning with the clip of Otto sticking a "Kick Me" sign on Lincoln's back while he's reading a newspaper contradicts the real scene in "Dishonest Abe" where Lincoln is scraping the cow manure off his shoe from the "flaming bag" prank and Larry sticks the "Kick Me" sign on his back. 2) Exactly when did Larry tape Tuddrussel in the bathroom? [Editors Note: And why does that matter?] 3) How could Larry tape the back of Churchill if his eyes were on the road during the motorcycle ride to the English Channel? 4) Near the end (before the Benny Hill-esque ending sequence), there are two goofs: a) Tuddrussel didn't have the jeans until he told Larry that he was going to wear pants and b) Larry has worn pants before (cf. "To Hail With Caesar", "Kubla Khan't", "Big Al's Big Secret", "Ivan the Untrainable", and "The Clownfather") so why would he object to wearing a pair of jeans? [Editor's Note: a) It's a cartoon and b) Those cloths you mentioned are a little something I like to call "costumes"]

      • In "Nutorious": Everyone was eating the peanuts with the shells on them. I know that ain't right!

      • In "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes": 1) Since when can Larry ride a motorcycle (re: Scene where he and Churchill go skinny-dipping in the English Channel)? 2) It's impossible to pop a wheelie on a motorcycle with a sidecar on it. 3) (I'd like to see you come up with an Editor's Note for this, DanMat6288): If it's established that Larry is already naked, then it clearly contradicts the scene in "Daddio DaVinci" where Larry's gears were exposed (because wouldn't that be considered naked?)

      • In "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes", Larry speaks of "...shedding the clothes I never wore". This statement isn't true because didn't Larry wear a caddy's outfit in "To Hail With Caesar", a three-piece suit in "Kubla Khan't" (when he was posing as a lawyer), a hiking outfit in "Lewis & Clark & Larry", overalls in "Ivan the Untrainable", aerobic gear in "A Thrilla At Atilla's", and a crown and cloak in "Pasteur Pack O'Punch"? (I know I'll get an Editor's Note about this, but I wanted to point that out because I've watched the episode before and I recently saw something wrong with the content). [editor's note: (smiles humerously) "I know I'll get an Editor's Note about this"! You've gotten used to my notes haven't you? Respond If you like. My e-mail is in my profile. P.S.:You accidentaly sent it twice! Not to mention, to me, those were more considered costumes]

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Churchill: (to Otto) My boy, we are engaged in a battle for freedom. Freedom to vote, freedom to think, and freedom to wear whatever we want, even if it's nothing at all.
        Tuddrussel: Now that's just plain wrong.
        Otto: And historically it's way off.
        Churchill: Oh, but it's jolly fun!

      • Otto: (About Winston Churchell) He rallied the British during World War II.
        Tuddrussel: Yeah, looks like he rallied up some burgers and shakes while he was at it. (snorts like a pig)

      • Tuddrussel: (To Larry, after he starts talking with a British accent) Hey, you start talking British on me Larry, so help me, I'll clobber you!

      • From "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes":
        Otto: WHERE THE HECK ARE YOUR PANTS?

      • Larry: Now that I realized I'm naked, the mission seems a million miles away.
        Tuddrussel: Do me a favor and quit tellin' me you're naked, all right, it freaks me out.

      • "nutorious"
        =The baloon thingy explodes=
        Otto: O My gosh! Tudruzle was up there!!
        =tudruzle crashes next to him=
        Otto: Nevermind!

      • from "The Prime Minister Has No Cloths"
        Tuddrussel: Larry, what are you doing!?
        Larry: Shedding the clothes I never wore!

      • from "Nutorious"
        Otto: Odd. He seems to be doing just what he's supposed to.
        Larry: Where's the glitch?
        Tuddrussel: I don't know, but you gotta try these peanut shakes!

      • from "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes"
        Tuddrussel: A 300-pound man skinny-dipping with a robot. That is just not right.
        Otto: I gotta wash my eyes.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Technically, Larry is'nt naked. He had "plates". In Star Wars, R2-D2 tells C-3PO that he's naked because Threepio had no plates. So Larry technically, was wearing cloths.

      • In "The Prime Minister has no Clothes," everyone except Otto
        appears naked in this episode.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • NA: NA
        The chase sequence at the end of "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes", where Buck and the others chase Larry around trying to get him to put on some clothes, is an obvious reference to the famous British TV program "The Benny Hill Show", where every episode would end with a similar chase scene. They even have the same music playing during the chase as on "Benny Hill", "Yakety Sax" by "Boots" Randolph.

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