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160: A Rathbone of Contention
StarStarStarStar
July 27, 1991

Bart Rathbone is building a new electronics store on the ground where "Blackgaard's Castle" once stood. But in order to get it ready for the inspector, he cuts a few corners.


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 5
# 1
# 29
# 140
# 38
# 5
# 4
# 40


Production Team
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Phil Lollar   Male Missing
Phil Lollar   Bob Luttrell
Writer
Director
  Sound Designer


Trivia
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Goofs
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This episode is included in the album "It's Another Fine Day . . ."

The art on the back of the next album, "It All Started When . . .", shows Eugene working on a fuse box. This art was most certainly supposed to portray Eugene's role in this episode. However, it was used on the wrong album!
- Waluigi Freak 99


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Near the end of this episode, Rodney says, "I don't know, I was just handing out these flyers when Mr. Joe Friday here, clamped down on me", referring to Officer O'Ryan. This is an illusion to the Dragnet Series where the main detective on the show had the same name. ("My name's Friday")
- Tim

Bart says that the Electric Palace will be offering
"every conceivable electronic device for every conceivable need." Dr. Blackgaard says that very same line in "Waylaid in the Windy City."
- Michael


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Officer O'Ryan: "Sure as Shamrocks!"
- Tim


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