Clerks (2000–2001)
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The Last Episode Ever 

Dante and Randal work inside the Quick Stop discussing various things after being told that they need to make the show more similar to the original Clerks. Meanwhile, outside, Dante's ... See full summary »

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Randal Graves (voice)
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Jay (voice)
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Dante Hicks (voice)
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Silent Bob (voice)
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Batman Fan - Freak #1 (voice)
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Freak #2 (voice)
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Giggling Girl (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
Diana Devlin ...
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Dan Etheridge ...
Mr. Plug (voice)
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Fanboy (voice) (as Walt Flanagan)
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Michele Maika ...
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Storyline

Dante and Randal work inside the Quick Stop discussing various things after being told that they need to make the show more similar to the original Clerks. Meanwhile, outside, Dante's supposed to have a date with Caitlin Bree, Jay and Silent Bob go to a fair where havoc ensues, Walt and Steve-Dave need stuff, Leonardo Leonardo finds a soccer team on his roof, and Dante keeps getting called by a guy who wants to show him "the truth about The Matrix". Eventually, due to a phone call unknowingly made to the President, the Army surrounds the Quick Stop, the President is attacked by hookers and vampires who are enraged to find RST closed, and Dante and Randal finally go outside, where the animators put them in various awkward situations until it is revealed that Jay is the one behind it all.

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20 February 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Dante worries that ABC will cancel them. Randal insists that it couldn't happen and, to prove his point, holds up a trade paper declaring, "ABC loves Clerks," underneath this it reads, "Also Sports Night," another acclaimed series canceled that year. See more »

Quotes

Freak #1: Do you think they're cognisant of how bad they've got it?
Freak #2: Let's hope not, poor bastards.
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Connections

References Caddyshack (1980) See more »

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