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Freakazoid!: The Chip (Acts I - III)

In the boardroom of a large corporation, Roddy MacStew attempts to warn the board of directors about how their new pinnacle chip could zap somebody into cyberspace, which would cause them to mutate. However, he is tossed out of the building as the odds of such taking place are one in a billion; though little do they know that Dexter Douglas has just inadvertently caused the pinnacle chip to suck him into cyberspace, which sets off a chain of events that permits him to become Freakazoid.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x6
Production Number: 006
Airdate: Saturday November 04th, 1995

Director: Dan Riba
Writer: Paul Rugg

Guest Stars
Jack ValentiJack Valenti
voiced Jack Valenti
Paul RuggPaul Rugg
voiced Animal Psychologist
Ricardo MontalbanRicardo Montalban
voiced Armando Guitierrez
Episode Quotes
(When Roddy MacStew was attempting to tell the Board of Directors about the pinnacle chip)
Roddy MacStew: It’d download all the information on the Internet into their minds, giving them superhuman powers, enabling them to do just about anything! But they’d be very silly, extremely perturbed. They’d be a Freakazoid!
Board Chairman: A freaky zoid? What’s that?
Roddy MacStew: It’s exactly what it sounds like, Mr. Fancy Man, sitting in your chair!

Jack Valenti: Hi, I’m Jack Valenti, and these are my cheeks.
(The screen shows a close-up of his cheeks)
Jack Valenti: We get a lot of mail here at the Motion Picture Association of America, and most of them are about my cheeks.
(The screen shows another close-up of his cheeks)

(When Armando Guitierrez wanted information from Dexter’s cat)
Armando Guitierrez: Bring in the animal psychologist.
Animal Psychologist: (to Dexter’s cat) Meow, meow, meow?
Mr. Chubbikins: Meow, meow.
Animal Psychologist: Meow, meow?!
Mr. Chubbikins: Meow.
Animal Psychologist: He says he’s very sad.

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