Larry's Birthday

Basic Information

Description: Kim plans a surprise birthday party for her cousin Larry; Dementor tries to steal Kim's battle suit.

Director: Steve Loter

Writer: Kurt Weldon


Studio: Hanho Heung Up Co., Ltd

Executive Producer: Bob Schooley, Mark McCorkle

Air Date: September 1, 2007

Season: Season 4

Production Number: 4-19, 419

Larry's Birthday Screencaps


Regular Cast: Christy Carlson Romano, Will Friedle, Tahj Mowry, Raven-Symone

Guest Cast: Dee Bradley Baker, Mary Jo Catlett, Eddie Deezen, Grey Delisle, John DiMaggio, Bill Fagerbakke, Andrea Martin, Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Nicole Sullivan


Has some minor jabs at mega-gamers and MMO players. (for games such as D&D, Guild Wars, City of Heroes, World of Warcraft etc.)

Kim forgets her cousin Larry's birthday.


Ron (To Kim): We're going to need a bigger boat... oh, and water..(1)


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Cultural References

(1) We're definitely going to need a bigger boat!: This one reference at the opening of the episode where Ron mentions to Kim about the large puma, is in relation to a line in the 1975 hit Steven Spielberg movie Jaws. The scene where this same line is mentioned in Jaws, is where actor Roy Scheider is tossing fish parts (Known as chum) over the side of the boat, when (Bruce The Shark), pops up and Schneider sees how big the shark really is. It's here were he says, * I think we're gonna need a bigger boat!* Of course Ron adds (oh, and Water!) but still it's the exact same line, from the movie. And cue the Jaws Theme!(Duh Duh Duh Duh)....

"Senario 19" is a reference to the very common element in games, theres a antagonist, who seems to be helping, then, at the last minute, he makes a dramatic double cross and turns the tide of the battle in the favor of the good guys. Either that, or he/she is undercover to give the villians a suprise.

A "ELBD" or a 'Extremly Large Blaster Divice" is a play off gamers making acronyms for things such as project 'GOLEM' in Guild Wars, (GOLEM means 'Genius Operated Living Enchanted Manifestation) or BotD (Battle of the Dragons) in Neverwinter Nights or Dungeons and Dragons (with acronyms 'NWN' and 'D&D' respectivly), similar to Gemini's 'WWEE' (World Wide Evil Empire) or GJ (Global Justice)



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