Napoleon LeNez is a smell expert who's about to publish a self-help book on how smells can stir up beloved memories. A few days before the release of the book, one of his students, Anita Grey, tragically dies in a mysterious explosion. Her mother calls Emerson and Emerson, Ned and Chuck talk to Anita who tells them she died while scratching a scratch-and-sniff patch of the self-help book. Emerson concludes someone was trying to kill Napoleon LeNez instead of Anita. Meanwhile, Ned and Olive still don't fully know how to react to each other because of their kiss and, to Ned's dislike, Chuck wants The Pie Hole to start serving cup-pies. Written by
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Emerson gives his phone number as "Klondike 5-0-1-5-5," listing the phone exchange by name as was common in the 1950s, before they began listing the numbers which represented the exchange. In this case, Klondike would be represented by the telephone button which had K and L on it - 5 - making the number 555-0155 - thus keeping the traditional phony '555' numerical prefix for fictional numbers in television and movies. See more
LeNez, look: we're here about that scratch 'n sniff. Your book was a bomb...
Who are you to criticize my life's work?
Your book... was a bomb... it exploded.
References Mystery Men
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