The entire group becomes part of the cast of a classic "G.I. Joe" cartoon from the 1980s, which turns out to be part of Jeff's coping mechanism as he deals with a monumental life event.

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Cameron Johnson ...
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The entire group becomes part of the cast of a classic "G.I. Joe" cartoon from the 1980s, which turns out to be part of Jeff's coping mechanism as he deals with a monumental life event.

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Trivia

Fourth Wall's illustration of the layers of reality is a reference to the 1st edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Deities & Demigods/Legends & Lore book. See more »

Goofs

Two versions of the character "Roadblock" appear in the background of the courtroom scene, although this may be a reference to the poor production values of the original G.I. Joe series. See more »

Quotes

Deep Dish: [reveals a hidden tunnel behind a poster] For fifteen years, I have used my trademark spoons to excavate a tunnel, swallowing handfuls of dirt and rock with my meals, and listening only to Smash Mouth to justify this poster! Now, I am within inches of reaching the...
[an explosion blows a hole in the wall next to him]
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Crazy Credits

The animated opening sequence is a homage to the G.I. Joe (1985) title sequence. See more »

Connections

References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

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G.I. Joe Theme Parody
Performed by Jonathan Kimmel
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Smartest Dialogue of the Season
5 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

For starters, I cannot give this episode a 10 because I feel there have been far too many stylized episodes recently, so an episode containing mostly animation fits into that category. However, I think this is one of the stronger episodes of the show since Chaos Theory. The dialogue is very witty, the caricatures of each character are spot on, and the intermissions remind us of our younger years. Great episode, and a shout out to Dino "Star Burns" Stamatopoulos for coming up with this script.

PS my favorite was Abed, aka The Fourth Wall. It speaks volumes about his character and provides another nostalgic moment.


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