Princess Clara is embarrassed when her cousin comes to visit, while Xandir, Toots and Wooldoor get high off Ling Ling.



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Episode credited cast:
Spanky Ham (voice)
Captain Hero (voice)
Ling-Ling (voice)
Bleh (voice)
Foxxy Love (voice)


The Producers announce that someone will get a visit from a family member this week. Princess Clara is excited when a royal carriage rolls up, but her joy turns to horror when the guest turns out to be her mentally disabled cousin, Bleh. Captain Hero and Spanky are about to begin tormenting Bleh until they discover that she's actually gorgeous, so they instead make a bet over whether Hero will have sex with her. Meanwhile, as Xandir and Toots console Ling Ling over the non-appearance of his father, they inadvertently discover that he secretes an addictive hallucinogen when depressed. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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1 December 2004 (USA)  »

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Princess Clara: [in the confessional] As soon as I saw the horse and carriage, I knew it had to be someone from my kingdom. But as soon as I saw the short bus, my heart sank. Why? Why did SHE have to come?
[Cousin Bleh comes from the bus and does the retarded blink.]
Princess Clara: [outside] Oh fuck me.
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References Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964) See more »


Moving In Stereo
by The Cars
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1 December 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Hey, I know the comment about the music was posted some time ago, but I stumbled across this information while looking for the name of another song in this episode (where cousin Bleh is coming down the stairs -- still haven't found it!).

The song I think you're wondering about is "Moving in Stereo" by The Cars. I'm pretty sure the pop culture reference is to the 'pool scene' from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (though I've never actually seen this movie, YouTube seems to support this theory).

As an interesting side-note, this somehow reminded my of Fountains of Wayne's video for "Stacy's Mom," which I think also makes a reference (near the end of the video) to "Fast times at Ridgemont High," though it's not as obvious.

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