When Kelly gets a movie role for playing a scientist, she decides to impersonate one and gets access into Trumain's University lab for research. In her spare time she develops a blue-green chemical compound that she call's 'Bleen' - a super-growth hair formula that instantly is popular with Al and his club NO MA'AM. But there is one small psychological side affect. Meanwhile, Bud and Peggy try to research to find the one person who makes less money than Al. Written by
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The song/beat that plays in the background while Kelly is using Bud as a test subject is Michael Jackson's "Black or White". In the video for "Black or White", there is a scene where the people's faces morph from one person to another just like Bud did in this scene. See more
Bud explains to Kelly who Madame Curie was and argues that Curie was a French scientist. Curie really was Polish (born Maria Sklodowska). Curie was her married name (she wed French scientist Pierre Curie). See more
Gentlemen, we are on the horns of a dilemma. By marketing Bleen, we will make millions. Well... I will. But we'll also be condemning mankind to a lifetime of lights-on, bags-off, wife-pleasing sex.
Then it's settled. We can't sell Bleen otherwise we'll be hated across the world as much as that guy who discovered the G-spot.
Hey, who was that guy anyway?
I don't know. Kenny G?
References 101 Dalmatians