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Clerks: The Last Episode Ever!

Randal and Dante visit a comic con, where people encourage them to be more true to the movie. Back at the store, Dante prepares for a date with Caitlin Bree. A fair springs up across the street and Jay and Silent Bob can't keep themselves from rushing in every 2 minutes to bring news while Randal and Dante must man the Quick Stop all night.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x6
Production Number: CLK-106

Guest Stars
Alec BaldwinAlec Baldwin
voiced Leonardo Leonardo
Brian PosehnBrian Posehn
voiced Mooby-Shirted Fan
Frank WelkerFrank Welker
voiced Various
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Various
Kevin Michael RichardsonKevin Michael Richardson
voiced Announcer, Morpheus
Tara StrongTara Strong
voiced Various
Episode Notes
On the final scene behind Jay & Silent Bob, you can see J&SB Action Figures, A Bluntman and Cronik comic book, and a rough draft from an original artist of what they were going to animate Dante and Randal like.

The original cut of Clinton asking if they could "still see him pee" had a sound clip of him pulling down his zipper and taking a long leak. The network had them remove it.

The cartoon writers in the room are all drawings of the actual writing staff!

SIGN FROM THE COMIC CONVENTION: "Fanata-Comic-Con-Fest-Con" A sad, sad gathering of guys who've never seen a naked girl. Special Guests- The clerks from "Clerks" and a naked girl. Naked girl not guaranteed to show.

Dante is worried about being canceled and Randal is holding up a newspaper that Says "ABC loves Clerks", Then "Also Sports Night". Both of which were canceled that year, and before their time.

Dante & Randal hold hands, then quickly stop with Jay and Silent Bob walk in. But after whipping their hands, they go back to holding hands again.

Episode Quotes
Morpheous: We don't have to talk about the Matrix. We could talk about bands we like, chicks who've broken our hearts...uh, the Matrix.
(Dante hangs up.)

Dante: Open the shutters.
Randal: No way. Those steel shutters are the only thing standin' between us and certain doom if that Ferris Wheel breaks loose and crashes into the store. Those rides are put together by junkies and alcoholics.
Dante: No they're not.
(A junkie and alcoholic enter the store)
Alcoholic: Do you guys sell Elmer's Glue and thumb tacks? We're trying to put together a Tilt-A-Whirl.
Junkie: Do you guys sell black tar heroin?
Dante: No and no.
Alcoholic: Well, rubber bands it is.

Jay: I wanna get in line for that Caitlin chick's kissing booth.
Dante: What? Caitlin has a kissing booth, like for charity?
Jay: Yeah, only it don't cost nothing and it's not for charity... and there's no booth... and it's more than just kissing... and you don't have to be a guy... Dude, she's cheating on you.

Dante: I think I hate her.
Randal: You know what I hate? Soccer. Hockey is so much better.
Dante: What does that have to with Caitlin?
Randal: Everything. Like it's so stupid how they use nets in soccer.
Dante: Hockey uses nets.
Randal: Yeah but in soccer, the object is to get the ball past a goalie. That's so dumb.
Dante: There are goalies in hockey, too.
Randal: Dude, Caitlin's cheatin' on you.

Mother: Oh my God! Someone let the gorillas out of their cage at the fair! They're rampaging through downtown, killing anyone in their paths!
Randal: Are you gonna buy something?
Mother: I lost my purse in the shuffle.
Randal: Well this ain't a museum, lady. If you're not gonna buy anything, you've gotta leave.
Mother: But there's certain peril out there!
Randal: The Ferris Wheel's broken loose?
Mother: No! The gorillas!
Randal: Don't waste my time! Out! Out!

Episode Goofs
When Randal points to the roof, the camera goes up and we see daylight outside. The episode is supposed to be during the evening.

When Dante & Randal are crouching behind the counter with the FBI outside, a rice-bowl can be seen under the counter. This is an error put in by the animation director from overseas named Mr. Haun who was fired by the staff after the 2nd show, but wasn't really fired by the animation company until the 5th show.

The window that gets broken is mysteriously fixed in shots near the end of the episode.

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