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Mission Hill Episode Capsule

Episode #6
"HOW TO GET HEAD IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING" (or, "Andy Gets a Promotion")

With loads and loads of contributions by tacosalad97124
Some information taken from TV.com

Production Code:  3950-11

Original Airdate:  July 28, 2002 (Cartoon Network Adult Swim)

Written by:  Dan McGrath

Directed by:  Christian Roman

Guest stars: 
David Clennon as The Boss
Dave Thomas (voice of unknown)

Synopsis:

Notes
- Minor character Fechstein emerges in this episode with his 
signature line, "Finally!" You won't have to wait long for
this...he 
says it in the first scene, and again later. He would have used the 
line again in episode 15 (waiting for a traffic light) and episode 16 
(waiting for the bathroom).

- This episode marks the only time we see the apartment of Andy's 
sleazy boss Ron. Observe that Ron has a telescope at the window. 
Hmm, is he really a stargazer?

- Gus and Wally do not appear in this episode, but they do have one 
line apiece spoken from offstage immediately after Andy screams
"Hey 
Mission Hill, Andy French sucks!".

- It's unlikely you'll be able to read the details of the "For
Sale" 
sign if you downloaded this episode from Kazaa. (In part, it 
says "For Sale - 3,000 SQ FT with zoning waiver and adult
pleasure 
license.") Also watch for the slogan on a "Boat Cola"
billboard at 
the end of Act 2. (Sorry I'm not sharing that one now. Tune in if 
you can!)

- Whenever an exterior shot included the Maestro Malt Liquor 
billboard, Posey's rooftop garden was typically omitted for some 
reason. Such a shot opens act 3. BLING BLONG ANAL DETAIL: In this 
episode the building next door is depicted as a massive flat-roofed 
structure, whereas it's normally a narrow structure with a gently-
peaked roof. The narrow version even appears in the show open.

- This episode features Andy's "Kafkaesque" cartoon. If
you think 
you're so smart, what does Kafkaesque really mean? Heck, why 
shouldn't a piece of dead meat be regarded as Kafkaesque? (Upon 
reflection, a piece of "live" meat would be distinctly
Kafkaesque.)

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