Time Warp Trio

Season 1 Episode 21

Nightmare on Joe's Street

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Jul 15, 2006 on NBC
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Nightmare on Joe's Street
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The fictional monster from Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein becomes real and shows up in Joe's apartment, necessitating a trip back to 1816 Switzerland to bring him face to face with his creator.

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Goof: After their actions in the past prevent Frankenstein from coming to life, there should not still be a mess in Joe's kitchen when they get back.

    • This is the second time a girl accidentally reveals a secret to Joe. The first time was in "The Seven Blunders of the World".

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Joe: (emphasizing on Sam's part)It was a dark and stormy night and Sam was ruining a perfectly good movie.

    • Jodie: Tell me you got the Book!
      Joe: (checking)The book... of poetry?
      Jodie: Great one, Gramps!

    • Sam: What happened to Byron anyway? First he was a eccentric poet and now he is a poet with fangs.
      Joe: I have a pretty good idea. Come on, lets get back to the villa before the mummy and the werewolf show up.

  • NOTES (2)

    • The opening of this episode is unusual in that the boys are still at the house. Usually, an episode opens with the plot further along, and then after the opening credits, we find out how they arrived at their current situation and then the story resumes where it left off.

      Another episode that does this is "The Seven Blunders of the World."

    • This is the first episode that does not include Fred, not counting the episodes where the girls star by themselves.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The episode title "Nightmare on Joe's Street" is a reference to the 1984 horror movie "Nightmare on Elm Street," although there is no plot similarity.

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