Remember "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein"? Well, This... Okay, This is Nothing Like That! Oh Yeah, and Never Has Denim Been So Appallingly Violated! 

Johnny and Jack find out that they're not ideal secret agents or detectives, and maybe impersonating Abbott and Costello isn't all it's cracked up to be. Maureen has just about had it with her screen time being cut.

Director:

Rich Olko

Writer:

Johnny Stevens

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Episode cast overview:
Johnny Stevens Johnny Stevens ... Self
Jack Bachner Jack Bachner ... Self; Numerous
Allen Roberts Allen Roberts ... Denim Abuser
David Cooper David Cooper ... Animal Attack Victim
Maureen Cooper Maureen Cooper ... Self; Miss Tuffleberry
John Daro John Daro ... Announcer; Louie the Collector
Cornelius Kahn Cornelius Kahn ... Drummer
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Vin Diesel and Ice Cube can go such an egg because in the cutaways, Jack Bachner proves he is the original Triple X, and Johnny helps out as secret agent 22; Johnny tries to hire a new cast member for the show; Johnny and Jack pay an homage to Abbott and Costello, and John Daro is a rough customer as Louie the Collector; Jack plays a very unlikely detective; Some very disturbing uses for denim; Unlikely animals on the attack. Musical guest Bulldog performs "Little Josephine" and "Stand Up." Written by Johnny Stevens

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15 November 1980 (USA) See more »

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