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Jack of All Trades: The Morning After

Napoleon, under the guise of plans of good will, is planning to send out wine to all of the leaders of the world. Jack and Emilia indulge in some of this wine and end up waking up next to each other in bed with no recollection of how they got there. Their relationship gets tested as they try to figure everything out, including Napoleon’s plan.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x4
Production Number: 1325
Airdate: Saturday November 04th, 2000

Guest Stars
Verne TroyerVerne Troyer
As Napoleon Bonaparte
Stuart DevenieStuart Devenie
As Governor Croque
Stephen PappsStephen Papps
As Captain Brogard
Mark NuaMark Nua
As Maxi Me
Main Cast
Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell
As Jack Stiles / The Daring Dragoon
Angela DotchinAngela Dotchin
As Emilia Rothschild
Episode Notes
Emilia invents titanium and coats Jack’s cape with it to make it bulletproof.

Napoleon is dresses like a Roman emperor in a toga and wreath crown.

Episode Quotes
Jack: Well, at least you have a bedroom. You know, I’m tired of sleeping in this lab like an old pooch. Speaking of which, help me with my leash, will ya?

Emilia: Any woman foolhardy enough to share a bed with you can’t be entirely balanced.
Jack: Depends what position we’re in.

Jack: I can’t even remember what happened last night.
Emilia: Let’s see, we were,… we were at the Governor’s mansion…
Jack: Yeah, Napoleon was there. Wait a minute. He asked us to sample some of his new wine.
Emilia: That must be it! We became inebriated, came home intoxicated, and mistakenly fornicated!
Jack: We didn’t even date.

Capt. Brogard: Quite a remarkable demonstration of the wine’s effects you gave us last night, Emperor.
Napoleon Bonaparte: Yeah, I kick ass, don’t I?

Emilia: I’m sorry, Jack.
Jack: Not as sorry as I am. I just found out we shared a night of guilt-free pickle tickling and I don’t even remember.

Emilia: And that’s all you instructed of us?
Jack: You mean, we didn’t play “Yank my doodle, it’s a dandy”?

Cultural References
Napoleon Bonaparte: It shall be called “The Grapes of Wrath: The Essence of Napoleon”.

The Grapes of Wrath is actually a novel written by John Steinbeck in 1939. The novel was about a family of sharecroppers during the Great Depression.

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