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Episode number: 2x13
Production Number: 41
Airdate: Saturday November 08th, 2003

Director: Dan Riba
Writer: Joseph Kuhr

Guest Stars
Brian Doyle-MurrayBrian Doyle-Murray
voiced Artie Bauman
Bruce McGillBruce McGill
voiced General McCormick
Enrico ColantoniEnrico Colantoni
voiced Glorious Gordon Godfrey
Ian James CorlettIan James Corlett
voiced Sarge
Lauren TomLauren Tom
voiced Chung
Ted McGinleyTed McGinley
voiced Burns
Tracey WalterTracey Walter
voiced Mophir
Lukas HaasLukas Haas
voiced Private
Victor WilliamsVictor Williams
voiced Snooty British Director
Cultural References
Glorious Gordon Godfrey waves a book titled Innocent Seduction that he attributes to an author named Fredericks. This is a swipe at a book titled Seduction of the Innocent, written by Dr. Frederick Wertham and published in 1954. The book blamed comic books for juvenile crime, and drew the attention of anti-crime crusader Senator Estes Kefauver. Although the committee eventually decided comic books were not the villains Wertham claimed, its recommendations left a threat of censorship hanging, and the comic book publishers more or less voluntarily censored themselves through the creation of the Comics Code Authority. The strict tenets of the Authority essentially ended darker comics and horror comics, leaving as the principal surviving genre - superhero comics of the sort that inspired this series of cartoons.

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