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Little Rock of Horrors/The Pie Who Loved Me/Dream a Little Dream 

Billy befriends a giant brain-eating meteor in his backyard. Grim, Billy and Mandy eat some bad pizza, resulting in a series of bizarre and mind-bending dreams.

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The Meteor (voice)
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Grim (voice)
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Singer (voice)
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Billy (voice)
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Cod Commando (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Abe Lincoln (voice)
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General Skarr (voice)
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Chief (voice)
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The Meteor (singing voice) (as Voltaire)
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Singer (voice)
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Boskov (voice)
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Billy befriends a giant brain-eating meteor in his backyard. Grim, Billy and Mandy eat some bad pizza, resulting in a series of bizarre and mind-bending dreams.

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In "Dream a Little Dream" when it shows Grim, Billy and Mandy eating the pizza, the box is empty. But when they wake up, there is one slice left. See more »

Quotes

The Meteor: [singing] Well, hello, little boy. Don't be shy. Step right up, I'm your reasonable guy. Don't be frightened by the look of my eye. I'm just your average evil meteor from out of the sky.
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Spoofs Fantasia (1940) See more »

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BRAINS!
Written and Performed by Aurelio Voltaire
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Brains!
19 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first part of this episode, "Little Rock of Horrors," is priceless. It's almost a completely musical section featuring Voltaire's song "Brains." I never thought that such great music would come from a cartoon based in America. Granted, I'd heard the song before I saw the episode, but it was based so well that one would almost think that it was written specifically for The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.

The topper was the fact though, that the "rock" used Billy to go around gathering brains. Who better than the mindless idiot to gather the minds in a dialog-less musical bit was just a stroke of genius. Almost like a goofy spoof on the Buffy episode "Hush," though I know that they aren't related.


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