|Live and Let Dye|
|Written By||Laura McCreary|
|Directed By||Brad Goodchild|
|Original Airdate||February 16, 2000|
Pepper Ann decides to assert her individuality by dying her hair green. Everyone loves the change and wants to hang out with her. But soon Pepper Ann realizes that all people care about is the fact that her hair is green; they don't know who she really is. Meanwhile, Lydia enrolls in country dance lessons to meet men and ends up acting like someone she's not in order to impress Tex, the dance teacher.
Lydia: Even after cooking it, I don't know what chicken-fried steak is.
Lydia: Well, if you'll excuse me, I have to go pretend to know how to do the booty-tushy-pushy-hop.
Pepper Ann: I'm not just the green-haired girl!
Trinket: How about we just walk, and don't talk?
Lydia: Well, thanks again for dinner, Harold, and good luck with...um... whatever it was you were talking about for three solid hours.
Harold: I love you...
- This episode marks the first appearance of Bernie and the beginning of Lydia's only relationship that lasts more than one episode.
- The title of this episode is a spin on the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die.
The Desk GagEdit
"Here's my remote control!"
~presses buttons until the screen goes blank~
- Kathleen Wilhoite as Pepper Ann Pearson
- Jeff Bennett as Dieter Liederhosen, Shelf McClain
- Danny Cooksey as Milo Kamalani
- Clea Lewis as Nicky Little
- Pamela Segall as Moose Pearson, Shouty Kid
- April Winchell as Mom, Grandma Lillian
- Jim Cummings as Mr. Roland Carter
- Tino Insana as Uncle JoJo
- Kathy Najimy as Coach Doogan
- Bebe Neuwirth as Ms. Bronte Bladdar
- Kath Soucie as Cissy Rooney
- Susan Tolsky as Aunt Janie
- Jenna Von Oy as Trinket St. Blaire
- Travis Tritt as Tex