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  • Season 2 Episode 11: Floral Patton / Orphan Su...

  • From Otto's orphanage scrapbook; A picture of Otto cutting sugar cane in Florida looks awfully sad on it's own. You see him sweating in the hot sun without a shirt on, terrified of a snake that's in the cane stocks. Look closely and you'll see that the snake has obviously bitten him on the arm, which you can see clearly in the form of two dots. Even more disturbing, you can see a couple of marks on his back that look real suspicious, take note that in the background, Sister Thornly is shown in silhouette holding what appears to be a whip.

  • Harking back to early 90's Saturday Night Live, a former president George H.W. Bush comes on with a Dana Carvey-esque voice saying,"Now come on, not gonna cry now. That wouldn't be prudent. It wouldn't be presidential."


     

  • Dexter from Dexter's Laboratory makes a cameo appearance in "Orphan Substitute."

  • Dexter's glasses are a different colour from the ones in the series.

  • Season 2 Episode 10: Ex Marks the Spot / Horse...

  • The horse that traumatized Paul Revere is a psychotic "My Little Pony." Complete with hearts for a cutie mark.

  • Season 2 Episode 9: Billy the Baby / Father F...

  • The "Man With No Name" is a reference to Clint Eastwood's character in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.

  • Season 2 Episode 8: Day of the Larrys / Old T...

  • The credits for this episode didn't credit Rob Paulsen, Mark Hamill, and Pamela Segal-Adlon as providing the voices for their elderly doppelgangers on "Old Timers' Squad".

  • Season 2 Episode 7: Out with the In Crowd / C...

  • J.T. Lazer was a reference to the 1980's movie Robocop. In the movie, Murphy's son Jimmy watches a show about a futuristic cop wearing a spandex uniform named T.J. Lazer.

  • Larry 3000 has an autograph book with the signatures of famous robots: hal 9000, C3PO, RoboCop, Mr. Roboto, Robby, and
    Lance 900,000,000,000

  • Season 2 Episode 6: Whitehouse Weirdness / No...

  • In Nobel Peace Surprise, 5 historic villains were awarded by Alfred Nobel, and help him try to destroy the Time Squads. They are Black Bart, Jack the Ripper, Lizzie Borden, Rasputin, and Mrs. O'Leary's cow [The cow that started The Great Chicago Fire].


    While the writers took care to insert people who were alive in the 19th century, wether or not they lived or died in the same time frame is a whole different story- the episode takes place in "1800"


    Alfred Nobel wasn't born until 1833, and did not establish the Nobel prize until 1895. In fact, none of the "past recipients" of his Evil Prize would have been born until at least the early 1820's.
    Even if the the goof had not happened and the computer had said 1895, Black Bart and Mrs. O'Leary's cow (which is only a cruel speculation story of the times) would have been long dead.

  • It's revealed that Sheila did at one point go by the name Sheila Tuddrussel, but then took back her maiden name, "Sternwell" after the divorce was final.

  • There is a goof where Larry chides Tuddrussel for throwing a man down a well because he thought he insulted him when he actually politely asked him good morning. "Guten Morgan'' means good morning in German, not Swedish.

  • Season 2 Episode 4: Love at First Flight / Fo...

  • In "Love At First Flight": Tuddrussel says he got Otto the King Tut sarcophagus from when they were in Egypt. Unless he wasn't making reference to "Shop Like An Egyptian", this isn't true to "Shop Like An Egyptian" because at the end of that episode, Tuddrussel was broken up over finding out that Cleopatra was using him and Larry as servants.

  • Season 2 Episode 3: The Clownfather / Hate an...

  • In "The Clownfather": Larry says that Tuddrussel was to blame for crushing the kid at the party. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if it weren't for Larry throwing down the banana peel at the party, Tuddrussel wouldn't have slipped and the kid wouldn't have been crushed (in short, Larry was to blame).

  • In "The Clownfather", some scenes showed Al Capone's cigar as a burned-down nub. Other scenes (including the ones where he's a clown) show him with a longer cigar. [Editor's note: He probably got a new one.]

  • Also in "Hate and Let Hate": 1) How did Larry manage to get out of the dishwasher? [Editor's note: We may never know. But that dosn't make it a goof]
    2) In the time it took for Larry to try and kill Tuddrussel with his own phaser (after Tuddrussel hit the satellite's self-destruct button), the satellite most likely would have blown up, thus killing all three of the Time Squad members.
    3) The white splotch of paint on Tuddrussel's beard (during the scene where he paints a boundary line all over the satellite) disappeared when he said "Double fine!"

  • In "The Clownfather", Al Capone's cigar changes length throughout the episode. [editor note: Huh? What do you mean by that?]

  • Season 2 Episode 2: Pasteur Packs O' Punch / ...

  • In "Pasteur Packs O' Punch", Tuddrussel says Larry does a good Dean Martin, but he meant to say he was doing Jerry Lewis impression.

  • In "Pasteur Packs O' Punch": When Larry is "drunk" and goes to press the button to the transporter and he slurs, "Mission accomplished", the pink in his headlight eyes are gone and come back when he says, "Hey, who's the captain here anyway. *Me*, that's who!" before falling down.

  • In Floundering Fathers  1) Larry should have been more concerned to Otto having a 106 degree Fahrenheit temperature, that's in the "good as dead" range of seriousness.


    2. In a previous episode Larry is shown to have footage of Tuddrussel stealing Ben Franklin's kite and getting electrocuted. In Floundering Fathers, Ben Franklin asks accusingly, "Wait, don't I know you?" to Tuddrussel, who worriedly says, "Nah, I'm definitely not that guy who stole your kite if that's what you're thinking!"

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funny fantasies, foreign worlds, for the child in you, futuristic technology, genius inventor