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The Good, the Bad, and the Eggly
Director(s)

Larry Whitaker

Producer(s)

Jason VanBorssum
Greg Chalekian

Writer(s)

Sean Roche
Larry Whitaker

Music by

Christopher Davis

Distributor

Warner Home Video
(Mass market)
Chordant Distribution
Group

(Christian market)

Released

2002
(copyright date error)
June 10, 2003

Runtime

31 minutes
23 minutes (not
including
Merry-Go-Wreck
)

Previous episode

The Yodelnapper!

Next episode

N/A

The Good, the Bad, and The Eggly is the fourth and final episode of LarryBoy: The Cartoon Adventures. This episode was also adapted into a book.

Plot

Awful Alvin and Greta Von Gruesome are out of jail. After the Larry-Plane crash-lands in some woods due to three flying pigs with bacon-and-egg guns, LarryBoy is saved by the Dark Crow, who is the hero of Bumblyburg's neighboring town, Lollyhaven. The two team up and attempt to stop Awful Alvin and Greta Von Gruesome in their tracks in the science lab, before LarryBoy makes a mistake and allows the two antagonists to steal a machine called the Overeasy Egg Ray which turns anything not alive into eggs. Using it, they steal various antiques from a museum and kidnap Vicki. LarryBoy and the Dark Crow, stripped of their supersuits, try to defeat Awful Alvin and Greta Von Gruesome, but fail, leading them to be kidnapped themselves. Soon, they free themselves by swinging back and forth and directing a ray to a rope that's holding them. LarryBoy then proceeds to destroy the Overeasy Egg Ray and is successful but then gets himself knocked out by Awful Alvin and Greta Von Gruesome. LarryBoy is trapped until the Dark Crow frees him, trapping Awful Alvin and Lampy in the process. They then proceed to trap Greta Von Gruesome. The two antagonists and Lampy are arrested and jailed once again and the Overeasy Egg Ray is returned to the science lab, though it's damaged. Vicky brings up the Founder's Day Dance and LarryBoy agrees he wants to go with her to it. The Dark Crow catches up to them at the last second as they are leaving.

Characters

Fun Facts

Explanations

  • "When pigs fly" is a expression that means it's likely that'll never happen.

Trivia

  • This marks the first episode for several things:
    • The first episode Dark Crow having a main role.
    • The first time Larry-Boy uses his plunger ears to stop a large object.
    • Bumpkin's first and only appearance.
    • The first Big Idea production to use regular voice actors. 
    • Awful Alvin's first appearance since LarryBoy and the Angry Eyebrows
  • This also marks the last episode of the series.
  • This was featured as a bonus feature on a re-release of Duke and the Great Pie War.
  • The TV version premiered on the same day as Gideon: Tuba Warrior.

Remarks

  • The audio quality on the episode is different compared to the previous three.
  • The credits on the Chordant DVD/VHS state that the episode came out in 2002, but it didn't come out until 2003. This is most likely when the episode finished production.

Goofs

Inside References

  • Larry having a crush on Vicki is a reference to the previous episode.

Real World References

  • The episode's title is a reference to the 1967 Clint Eastwood film "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly."

Gallery

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