cast: Angie Coddett, Les Lye, Mike Lyon, Christine McGlade, Kevin Schenk, Kevin Somers
writers: Geoffrey Darby, Roger Price, cast and crew
director: Geoffrey Darby
ps: Mr. Rogers Neighborhood Pusher
The gang teaches viewers all about the downfalls of drug addiction by substituting drugs with custard pies.
Kevin Schenk, dressed in a tux, tells his dad, "You know how you always say I can't 'do it' with girls until I'm married?"
Lance replies, "Yeah."
Kevin says, "Well I'm going to get married. See ya later!"
Moose says right after getting watered, "It's not fair! I don't even splat pies! I'm a pure, innocent, and honest girl."
To which Ross and the crew begin laughing hysterically. hehe
And at the very end, Kevin Somers is being interrogated by Les who is doing a great impersonation of John Wayne. Les flubbs his line and they leave it in. He laughs and says, "We'll have to do that one again."
And he tells Kevin, who had just got slimed, watered, and pied, "Wasn't that fun Kevin?"
pies: Christine (4), Kevin Schenk (3), Mike (3), Kevin Somers, Angie, Les
water: Christine (2), Kevin Somers (2), Kevin Schenk
green slime: Kevin Somers, Mike
production: Pie in the Face
quality: "A" (No commercials)