|The Merry Lives of Pepper Ann|
|Written By||Scott M. Gimple|
|Directed By||Brad Goodchild||--|
|Original Airdate||November 5, 2000|
|Next||"A Is for Average"|
Pepper Ann stumbles across a Renaissance Fair and really likes the atmosphere there. She starts going every day as her invented character as an escape from reality. But as the character grows and she begins to make friends at the Fair, her life in the real world begins to suffer.
Giles: What is this 'algebra'? Some kind of torture?
Pepper Ann: No! Not Sir Talonsworth!
Pepper Ann: Can we have turkey legs for dinner?
Crash: Yes! My company owns the exclusive rights to yellow mustard! Now is your deli franchise ready to talk turkey?
Milo: Are you mad, boy?!
Nicky: That's preposterous! No one has ever finished a game of Anti-Trust!
- The title of this episode is a parody of William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.
- "Anti-Trust" is a parody of "Monopoly".
The Desk Gag Edit
(holding a hawk) "Sir Talonsworth!"
(Sir Talonsworth pecks at Nicky)
- Kathleen Wilhoite as Pepper Ann Pearson
- Jeff Bennett as Craig Bean, Heavy Cook, Fool
- Danny Cooksey as Milo Kamalani, Workman #1
- Clea Lewis as Nicky Little
- Pamela Adlon Segall as Moose Pearson
- April Winchell as Mom, Ms. Abriola Stark, Hawkerwoman
- Don Lake as Mr. Sherman Finky, Grumpy Fool, Dashing Man in Black
- Peter MacNicol as Balladeer
- Candi Milo as Constance Goldman. Merchant Woman
- Clive Revill as The Wizard
- Erik Von Detten as Giles/Gary
- Adam Wylie as Crash, Newsboy Kid