What's With Andy?

Season 1 Episode 18

The Great American Lock-In

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Aired Unknown Feb 19, 2002 on TELETOON
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The Great American Lock-In
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Andy reverses the school doors so that when someone comes in, they're locked in. He then gets Lik and Leech to chase him into the school, locking them in. But, Andy remembers he dropped the spare keys while running, so he and Danny are locked in as well.moreless

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    Jenna von Oy

    Jenna von Oy

    Jen Larkin ( Voice ) (2001-2002)

    Bumper Robinson

    Bumper Robinson

    Danny Pickett ( Voice ) (2001-2002)

    Danny Cooksey

    Danny Cooksey

    Peter Lik ( Voice ) (2001-2002)

    Scott Parkin

    Scott Parkin

    Andrew Leech ( Voice ) (2001-2002)

    Carlos Alazraqui

    Carlos Alazraqui

    Craig Benett ( Voice ) (2001-2002)

    Catherine Cavadini

    Catherine Cavadini

    Freida "Mom" Larkin / Teri (Voice) (2001-2002)

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • After the janitor locks the school, the book Danny is holding turns green, when it was white before.

      • In a shot of the school after the door prank, it shows the whole school and you can clearly see the doors are turned back the right way.

      • When the whole town is locked in school, Jen says: "Guess who's fault this is." You can see that she has two lines starting from her shoulder. This means that she's wearing her regular purple top. But when she and Teri get locked in, they were wearing their cheerleading outfits. This also happens a few other times in this episode.

      • When Lik and Leech give Andy and Danny "thunder wedgies," they hang them off the retired and supposedly-gotten-rid-of penguin mascot, "Mr Groovy" that was from the episode "Mascot."

    • QUOTES (6)

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The tv show that Leech said it was almost time for was named, Serena: The Pre-teen Witch. This is an allusion of the title of the tv show, Sabrina: The Teenage Witch.

      • When Andy flashes the help message out the window to get people to come help them Danny says "If it's good enough for Batman then it's good enough for me." refering to the Batsignal that works the same way as the help message works by being shot by a light into the clouds.

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