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Sealab 2021: All That Jazz

Murphy is stuck under a soda machine. To make matters worse, everyone else is out at a concert in China and can't help him! To make matters worse still, who should happen upon poor, defenseless Murphy but an angry scorpion and a tooth-collecting maintenance robot?

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x9
Production Number: 2106
Airdate: Sunday October 28th, 2001

Guest Stars
Adam ReedAdam Reed
voiced Bebop Cola Machine
Bill LobleyBill Lobley
As Employee
Chris Ward (1)Chris Ward (1)
As Salesman #1
Matt ThompsonMatt Thompson
As Salesman #2
Betsy BrooksBetsy Brooks
As Employee
Charles FinnellCharles Finnell
As Employee
Damon FrostDamon Frost
As Employee
Debbie WregeDebbie Wrege
As Employee
Doris GellerDoris Geller
As Employee
John BuilderJohn Builder
As Employee
Lee Duncan (1)Lee Duncan (1)
As Employee
Nelson BarnesNelson Barnes
As Employee
Roy BinderRoy Binder
As Employee
Roy ClarkRoy Clark
As Employee
Episode Notes
This is the first time, of many, that someone mentions "934 Texas" on Sealab 2021.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Chris Ward (1)Fett's Vette 

Episode Quotes
Murphy: Daddy needs his feel good juice! Come on baby, I'm sick. (the scorpion stings him) Oh yeah! that's it.. that's what daddy needs.

Bebop Cola Machine: Well hello consumer, yes hello consumer. Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba da baa, Bebop colaaaaa.. yeah!

Cultural References
Murphy: You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.

This line and Murphy's transformation are direct homages to The Incredible Hulk.

Murphy's Dad: Damn it, young Murphy! I'm watching Magnum!

This episode has several references to the Magnum, P.I. episode "Solo Flight." Much like Murphy getting trapped under a soda pop machine, Magnum becomes trapped under the wreckage of an antique fighter plane. Both Captain Murphy and Magnum also experience childhood flashbacks and befriend arachnids.

During the live action scene at the end of the episode, a billboard in space idea is brought up. This may be a reference to "The Knack" episode of Dilbert, where a similar conversion occurs between the marketing team and the Pointy-Haired Boss.

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