Tripping the Rift

Season 3 Episode 2

Skankenstein

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Aired Unknown Sep 13, 2007 on Syfy
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The crew of the Jupiter 42 must resurrect a dismembered Princess or their own lives are just as forfeit.

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Lady in Waiting: Sorry, but your cow will have to go in zhe barn.
      T'nuk: I beg your pardon?!
      Lady in Waiting: Oh, I'm sorry. Your talking cow will have to go in zhe barn.
      T'nuk: I am not an animal!

    • Spaceship Bob: (during opening credits) What the hell does "tripping the rift" mean, anyway?

    • Lady In Waiting: No, I'm talking about bringing the dead princess back to life.
      T'Nuk: Am I hearing you right?
      Lady In Waiting: I don't know. When's the last time you had your hearing tested? (turns to Chode) You really should take her to the vet every once in a while.

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  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Gus: Apparently, he hit a screeching high note that simultaneously burst both of Simon's eardrums and shattered Randy's glasses, blinding him for life.
      Chode: What about Paula Abdul?
      The three people mentioned, Simon (Cowell), Randy (Jackson), and Paula Abdul are the judges of American Idol.

    • Whip: (reading note hung on skeleton) Gone to American Idol tryouts. I'm a better singer than Ruben, Clay Aiken and Fantasia put together.
      Ruben Studdard was the winner of the second season of American Idol. Clay Aiken was the first runner-up from that season. Fantasia Burrino was the winner of the third season.

    • Prime Minister: Gone to the movies. Double feature.
      In the stage play and movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which was loosely based on Frankenstein, there was a song entitled Science Fiction/Double Feature.

    • Doorman: Walk this way.
      This is a quote from the Mel Brooks movie Young Frankenstein. In this movie, the doorman, Igor, says this to the visitor, who follows, mimicking his walk.

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