Tom Goes to the Mayor

Season 2 Episode 15

Undercover

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Aired Monday 12:30 AM Sep 11, 2006 on Cartoon Network
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Tom goes undercover ay his son's school to find out if they are being served high levels of starch.

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  • Tom goes undercover in the elementary school to do something about Jefferton\'s big starch problem.

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    This is by far the best episode of the season. While Season 2 has delivered some very dry episodes (certainly not ones to show Tom Goes virgins) this one is immediate and hilarious. Not only is the falsetto and shorted Tom clever and funny, \"Tompy Tearrs!\" made me poop my pants...which then tested for starch.
Eric Wareheim

Eric Wareheim

Voice of The Mayor

Tim Heidecker

Tim Heidecker

Voice of Tom Peters

Craig Anton

Craig Anton

Voice of City Council Member

Ron Lynch

Ron Lynch

Voice of City Council Member

Bob Odenkirk

Bob Odenkirk

Ee-Zee Stool Strips Spokesperson

Guest Star

Michael Cera

Michael Cera

Scrouch

Guest Star

Zach Galifianakis

Zach Galifianakis

Doctor

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • The episode mentions stretching Tom's vocal chords as a means of raising the pitch of his voice. However, this technique would in reality have the opposite effect. The longer one's vocal chords are, the longer the wavelength of one's voice is. Since wavelength is inversely proportional to frequency, the longer one's vocal chords are, the lower the frequency of one's voice is, so that stretching Tom's vocal chords would have lowered the pitch of his voice instead of raising it.

    • At the beginning of the episode Tom's shirt says "STARCH SUCKS!".

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    • The telephone # (1-800-555-0199) for the Eez-Zee Stool Strips infomercial is the same phone number as seen in the Calcucorn infomercial in "Calcucorn"

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