Louis and Twitty plan on getting on the King Sloppy Wall of Fame by teaming up to eat a whole King Sloppy thinking that two stomachs would be better than one. A guest who Ren is looking after is an unlikely suspect to give the challenge a go.
Did You Know?
Tom leads the school's marching band in versions of "London Bridge," "America the Beautiful" and, when Lady Jane protests that she doesn't deserve all the "pomp and circumstance," the Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 by Sir Edward Elgar. See more
When Principal Wexler arrives at the Stevens house with the Duke of Bushwick to pick up the Duke's daughter, Lady Jane (a Lawrence Junior High exchange student), he refers to her as 'Lady Jame', clearly ending the name with a closed-mouth 'm' instead of an 'n'. See more
[mops the floor at the burger shop
Well, Mike... I guess this didn't work out the way we thought it would, Mike! Heh-heh-heh.
Yeah, man, the... The Mike thing is really not that funny anymore.
References After Hours