Byron makes use of Andy's sarcastic suggestion of introducing a cartoon character into their deep fryer manual, which instantly becomes a huge hit. Not only does Andy resent Byron for ... See full summary »

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Byron makes use of Andy's sarcastic suggestion of introducing a cartoon character into their deep fryer manual, which instantly becomes a huge hit. Not only does Andy resent Byron for stealing his idea, the 'Duh Dog' is also obviously modeled on him. Meanwhile, Keith has become addicted to the deep fryer in question, frying everything he can get his hands on before devouring it. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When Andy is in the Duh Dog costume holding a glass of champagne, the glass goes from half-filled to empty, back to filled, then back to empty. See more »

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Jessica Green: These things are all ready to ship but unfortunately the manual is incomprehensible.
Byron Togler: I see. So our job is to de-incomprehensibalize it.
Jessica Green: Maybe I went to the wrong guys.
Andy Richter: Don't worry Jessica, he knows not words good, but he draws pictures pretty.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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