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255: The Boy Who Cried 'Destructo!'
StarStarStar Half
January 15, 1994

Lawrence claims to have seen Harlow Doyle kidnapped by a band of bootleggers! Whit is willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, despite his wild imagination, and find out what happened.


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 61
# 7
# 223
# 1
# 9
# 1


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


Trivia
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This episode was a remake of "The Return of Harley I,II".
- "Bubba"

this is the last remake episode.
- jared dewhite


Goofs
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Allusions
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Lawrence yells out, "Call 911! Get Captain Kirk on the phone! This is a reference to William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk on "Star Trek" and hosted the television show "Rescue 911."
- noname

The title of this episode is a reference to the story title "The Boy who Cried Wolf!--which makes sense, as both stories have very similar lessons.
- Jonathan

To noname: It was "rescue 119"NOT 911
- Jared DeWhite


Quotes
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Smith: Well, gents, our work here is done.
Whit: What are you gonna do with us?
Jones: The only thing we can do.
Harlow Doyle: You mean...
Smith: Yup. We're gonna leave ya here!
Harlow Doyle: That's not all you can do. You can kill us!
- noname

Eugene: It's simply wasting valuable time in pursuit of an untamed waterfowl!
Lawrnece: Huh?
Whit: A wild goose chase.
Eugene: Precisely.
- K

Harlow: They can't do that, it's illegal!
- K

Lawrence Hodges 'Destructo!' (Obviously)
- Christian A.


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