The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Season 7, Episode 7

The Most Greatest Love Story Ever Told Ever/Detention X (6 Apr. 2007)
"Grim & Evil" The Most Greatest Love Story Ever Told Ever/Detention X (original title)

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In "The Most Greatest Love Story Ever Told Ever" Nergal Jr. accidentally asks Mandy to the Valentine Day dance, making Irwin jealous. In "Detention X" Grim becomes a substitute teacher and sends all the kids into the Detention Dimension.

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Mandy / Boy #2 (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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Grim (voice)
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Billy (voice) (as Richard Horvitz)
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Irwin / Girl / Mandy's Mom (voice)
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Crazy Papoo / Leperchan Lad (voice)
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Pud'n (voice)
Chris Cox ...
Principal Goodvibes / Juice Man / Sick Man (voice)
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Nergal Jr. (voice)
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Date Girl #1 & #2 / Boy (voice)
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Nergal (voice)
Renee Raudman ...
Ms. Butterbean (voice)
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Mr. Slither / Kid (voice)
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In "The Most Greatest Love Story Ever Told Ever" Nergal Jr. accidentally asks Mandy to the Valentine Day dance, making Irwin jealous. In "Detention X" Grim becomes a substitute teacher and sends all the kids into the Detention Dimension.

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The incantation Mandy recites at the blackboard is loosely based on a small portion of the lyric to the 1953 James 'Sugar Boy' Crawford song, "Jock-A-Mo"; also known as "Iko Iko" by The Dixie Cups (1965). The historically litigious nature of the song might explain why it's misspelled, mispronounced and more well disguised than most cultural references written into this show. See more »

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Spoofs The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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