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Rocko's Modern Life: Ed Good, Rocko Bad / Teed Off

Ed Good, Rocko Bad:
Rocko and Mr. Bighead both run for office of Dog Catcher in O-Town.

Teed Off:
Mr. Bighead gets help from Heffer in a company game of golf that Mr. Dupette rigged in his favor.

Episode Info


Episode number: 4x3
Production Number: 042
Airdate: Wednesday July 10th, 1996



Guest Stars
Alisa WilsonAlisa Wilson
voiced Singer #1
Recurring
Carlos AlazraquiCarlos Alazraqui
voiced Mr. Leslie
Recurring
Charlie AdlerCharlie Adler
voiced Mr. Dupette
Recurring
Dwight SchultzDwight Schultz
voiced Darth Vader Guy
Recurring
Jennifer Lynn HughesJennifer Lynn Hughes
voiced Singer #2
Recurring
Maurice LaMarcheMaurice LaMarche
voiced Conglom-O Lizard
Recurring
Tara StrongTara Strong
voiced Screaming Rocko
Recurring
Tom KennyTom Kenny
voiced Announcer
Recurring
Episode Notes
First appearance: Mr. Noeaway.

Rocko only appears for 3 seconds in Teed Off.



Episode Quotes
Black Mask Commander: Well we got it, good job boys! (pilot crew cheer)
Conglomo Boss: (shaking Ed's hand) Good job Bighead!
Ed Bighead: Thank you sir.
Conglomo Assisstant: (seeing Heffer in smoke) WAIT!!!! (Sees Heffer with ball) HE'S GOT THE BALL!!!!

Stray Dog: (while being forced to watch corny cat show) Somebody neuter me!!

(Reacting to commercial)
Heffer: Rocko, you should be ashamed of yourself!
Rocko: I didn't cause all those things. I wasn't even alive in 1958.

Commercial Announcer: The fall of the Roman Empire, the sinking of the Titanic, and the 1958 Edsel. Now, we don't want to say that Rocko cause all these things. But it does make you think . . . doesn't it?



Episode Goofs
In Ed Good, Rocko Bad Spunky was taken for not having his collar, however in ever seen after he was taken by the dog catcher, you could see his collar on.



Cultural References
The black mask guy on Teed Off is a parody of Darth Vader of the original Star Wars films.

Visual: Heffer flying the plane.

When he's in the bi-plane with the fur flight jacket and the explosions is an obvious parody of when John Belushi flew the bi-plane over the city in Steven Spielberg's WW2 parody flop 1941.

Heffer: Heffer phone home! Heffer phone home!

Obviously, this is a reference to a line from E.T. (1982).



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