|Beyond Good and Evel|
|Written By||Scott M. Gimple|
|Directed By||Brad Goodchild|
|Original Airdate||September 25, 1999|
|Next||"One of the Guys"|
There's going to be a new statue going up in Lupkin Park and Hazelnut is accepting nominations for who it will be of. Moose wants it to represent Evel Knievel, but few others support her idea. Pepper Ann decides to help her sister out by going to talk to Evel in person.
Pepper Ann: I'm here on a mission of mercy!
Evel: Oh, yeah? Well then how about showing a little mercy, and ending your mission?
Evel: First rule of showbiz, Red: know how to make an entrance.
Milo: No one with any sense of life could possibly turn down the melty bounty of cheese that hast been grilled.
- The title of this episode is a spin on the book Beyond Good and Evil published in 1886 by philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
- When Pepper Ann comes back downstairs with the grilled cheese that Moose didn't want, Milo takes it and is shown eating it. A few seconds later, he sits it down and it seems to have disappeared when the scene pans out.
The Desk GagEdit
"Look, a French Poodle!"
-Poodle speaks in French, with subtitles at the bottom of the screen reading "Pepper Ann is a most amusing show."-