Monster's walking license is revoked, forcing him to take a test on pedestrian rules.
Curtis Armstrong as Robot
Harland Williams as Monster
Nolan North as Uncle Kuffley
Jonathan Slavin as Ogo
- Despite his wallking privileges confiscated, Monster could have walked inside his apartment since no cop would be present there to watch him.
- Ogo is revealed to be a great dancer in this episode. He states that he uses dancing to suppress his anxiety.
- This episode marks Uncle Kuffley's fourth appearance.
- This episode marks the third time Perry gets into a car accident.
- The goggles Robot gave Monster, pretending they were 'virtual reality goggles', are the same ones Monster had worn in The Blimp.
- He had also worn them in Ogo's Friend.
- Another bacon-centered food product is mentioned here: bacon bread.
- This episode reveals how vital walking is, even going as far as to form a holiday called Pedestrian Awareness Day.
- It is stated that a license is required to walk.
- It was also notified about the penalty for jaywalking as Uncle Kuffley had told Robot in Spare Robot.
- When Monster stated about how dangerous it was to read while walking, it obviously references the 'no texting while driving' policy.
- The title card is confusing as it shows Robot being carried by Monster and Ogo, when it's actually Monster who gets carried by Robot.
- If you look closely at the 'dancing license' Uncle Kuffley awards Monster, it is shown to have no expiration date. (EXPIRES:NEVER)
- Also since Monster couldn't walk it is weird that Monster is carrying Robot.
Robot: Wait! How's he supposed to get around untill then?!
Uncle Kuffley: Oh, yeah? That's the boot! (after returning from pedestrian school)
Robot: (grunting as he carries Monster into their apartment) Monster, what are you so worried about? It's a walking test. It's just left-right-left-right.
Monster: I know, but I always choke during test. I'll start asking myself: is it left-right-left-right? Or right-left-right-left?
Robot: That's the same thing!
Ogo: Hey, fellas! (emerges from behind pipe) I couldn't help overhearing that Monster has a problem.
Robot: Ogo, not now.
Ogo: Oh, sure, Robot, understood. (after a few moments) How about now?
Robot: Let me guess, you have some advice you think will help Monster.
Ogo: Wow, we are so connected. Now, this may surprise, but I'm not always the cool cucumber I appear to be. Sometimes, even I get nervous.
Robot: Is there a point to this?
Ogo: And when I get nervous, you know what I do? I dance! Dancing is nature's stress-reliever!
(after having finally 'danced' Ogo right out of their apartment, Robot closing the door behind him)
Robot: We really need to start locking that door.
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