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Rocko's Modern Life - What Book Is He Reading?
Go to the Rocko's Modern Life episode called "Dear John." This is the episdoe where the satellite crashes in Rocko's Kitchen before his big party. He goes to the Home Expo Center thing. He buys a book of how to repair his kitchen himself. He does and every room turns out to be a bathroom in the end. HERE IS THE SLIPUP: While Rocko was fixing the kitchen, he was reading out of the book "Things to yell" (or something similar, not the fix-it book!! How does he know what to fix, when all he is reading is swear words? HAHA!
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Russell C. on 07-30-2001
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Comments:
snakeboy writes:
O.K. first of all, it was the fix-it book. Heifer (I think it was Heifer)was looking through the book and found a section about what to say when a pipe or something falls on your toe, head, leg, etc. sorry but no slip-up here.
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Notum writes:
Gee, this will be too easy. Rocko's Modern Life is hardly a serious show. With me so far? Good. They were making fun of the way people will usually swear when fixing things. Still keeping up? It was just for humor purposes. Of course swearing won't fix your kitchen, but it's a fun bit of irony that they put in the episode for comedic relief. There, your "slip up" is answered.
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omadan writes:
Seems pretty intentional to me. It was probably a joke on how "fixing people" (plumbers, electricians etc.) curse a lot.
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me writes:
That's not a slip-up, just a joke they put in. Ha-ha.
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