Wizards of Waverly Place

Season 3 Episode 22

Delinquint Justin

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jul 16, 2010 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

Alex reveals she has made a clone of Justin and he has been attending college for the past four years. But, when she tries to undo the spell the two Justins to merge into one.

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  • split personality

    alex reveals to justin that she made a duplicate of him, who has already gone to college. but trouble arises when she tries to make the duplicate go away and the two Justins become one.

    good episode, it did not have a lot of funny humor, i did not think, but the plot was pretty good. not one of their best episodes of the entire series but just a really good episode that kept me hooked and really made me want to see what was going to happen, my overall grade for this episode is an A+, good overall episodemoreless

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Apparently, even though Harper is dating Zeke, she still has some minor interest in Justin, as she says she would like to use the duplicate Justin to make Zeke and the other Justin jealous.

    • Spells Featured:
      "Two of him are twice as fun, turn these Justins back to one" - Alex uses this spell to merge the clone Justin back with the original Justin so Justin will have already had the college experience, but Justin only ends up gaining the other Justin's spiritual, laid-back personality.
      "Brains, brains go away, back before the college day" - Alex uses this spell in attempt to bring Justin back to normal, but it only takes away all of his knowledge before kindergarten, causing chaos at graduation.
      "Retrievum Cerebrum" - Takes one back to the original mind setting. Alex brings Justin back to his regular knowledgeable self.

  • QUOTES (9)

    • Justin: I bought these jeans pre-ripped!

    • Alex: Justin, are you sure you don't want to use my graduation speech? It goes like this: (does a piece sign) Later losers!

    • Alex: So you're telling me I have to come up with a solution all by myself to a problem that I created all by myself? Well that's not fair.

    • (after Justin says he is going to Medical school)
      Jerry: How expensive is that?
      Theresa: If I told you, you would need a doctor.

    • Alex: I did this because family is important to me, Justin. I'm so sorry for wanting to do something nice for my brother.
      Justin: Oh, family is important to you?
      Alex: I needed a heartwarming lead-in.

    • Alex: Grades are just a way of telling you how you're doing in school, and I don't think that's anyone's business.
      Delinquent Justin: Exactly, you get it. Because participating in grades gives the man permission to judge you. And nobody judges me! Until the 19th… when I audition for Oklahoma!.

    • Alex: (to Justin) I'm sorry. I never should have created that duplicate of you in the first place. I guess I was just scared I really wouldn't have anyone to fight with when you went off to college.
      Justin: We've had some pretty good fights, uh? I think we still got a few good ones left in us.
      Alex: I hope so.
      Theresa: You guys are so silly. Just say you love each other!
      Alex & Justin: No we don't!
      (Justin and Alex move away from each other on opposite sides of the couch)

    • Zeke: Alex! There's something wrong with your brother. He keeps saying all this crazy stuff like he wants to look for America and that love can't exist without hate. What does that even mean?!
      Alex: Zeke, maybe you should give this new Justin a chance; I mean, who knows? Maybe you'll actually like him.
      Zeke: Are you serious?! He's running around giving everyone spirit names. I refuse to be addressed as "Bouncing Chipmunk"!

    • Mr. Laritate: Ah, Justin! There you are! I just wanted to tell you how excited I am to hear exactly what you have in store for everyone with your big graduation speech!
      Justin: Oh, I'm going to deliver a speech alright, El Heffe, that's gonna rock the flimsy foundation of this school!
      Mr. Laritate: (nervously) Who told you about our flimsy foundation? Look, you can either have our music department or structural safety, but you can't have both!

  • NOTES (1)


    • Delinquent Justin: Until the 19th... when I audition for Oklahoma!

      Oklahoma! is a musical created by songwriting duo, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, about a cowboy Curly McLain and his romance with farm girl Laurey Williams.