Wheel of Morality
Note: In the first two lists I have changed the pronouns to third person
- in the first entry, for instance, Dot actually says "To discuss how
cute I am?"
When Yakko announces that "it's That Time again" -
Actually it's time to spin the Wheel of Morality, which usually (when they
don't win a prize) comes up with morals like these
Dot thinks it's time to
- discuss how cute she is
- do one of their cute little skits
- floss [twice]
- get their rabies shots
- make a tea sandwich
- make fun of the Disney Channel
- say something really cute
- search for Elvis on 7-Eleven
- waste their lives
- (see below)
Wakko, on the other hand, thinks it's time to
- change their underwear
- make a gooky (?)
- make bizarre faces
- make bubbles with their spit
- make fun of people in Range Rovers
- make the Fox censors cry
- pretend to throw up
- put cucumbers in their ears
- put (?) out the show
- remember the Alamo
- send away for the free brochure
- Moral Number One: People in glass houses
should get dressed with the lights out.
- Brush your teeth after every meal. [This moral brought to you by the
American Dental Association]
- Do not back up. Severe tire damage.
- Don't eat with your mouth full.
- Early to rise and early to bed makes a man healthy but socially dead.
- Elvis lives on in our hearts, in his music and in a trailer park
- If at first you don't succeed, blame it on your parents.
- If you can't say something funny you're probably at the Ice Capades.
- Lather. Rinse. Repeat. [The best they could come up with on such
short notice, according to Yakko]
- Never ask what hot dogs are made of.
- Possums have pouches like kangaroos.
- The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind. (Except for in New
Jersey, where what's blowing in the wind smells funny.)
- Vote early, and vote often.
- You can teach an old dog new tricks, but you can't teach Madonna
The reasons the numbers don't match is that twice I couldn't figure out
what Dot is saying, and once she repeated herself ("to floss").
Let me know if you can help with the
missing lines. I don't know the episode numbers, but the two where I couldn't
figure out what time Dot thinks it is are the ones inculding the P&B episodes
"Pavlov's Mice" and "Meet John Brain".
The surplus of morals comes from occasions when
a different intro was used.
There are also other bits of dialog that differ from time to time in these
fillers, but I have to stop somewhere short of quoting the entire scene...
Alright, just one then:
"That makes me feel all warm and squishy...
or did I sit in something? (Dot)