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Hit and Run is episode 135b of Comedy World. It premiered on Kids' WB on July 9, 2005.

Synopsis

Snodgrass creates a robot that will ultimately take over PC Guy's life.

Cast

Trivia

  • This episode was shown shortly after Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon premiered on Kids' WB on April 29, 2006 since there were a couple of minutes left to spare.

Transcript

(Snodgrass is at the school's hallway, looking at all of his Nobel Prizes awards shown in a glass display)

Snodgrass: Well, Snodgrass, ol' boy, you seem to have really made it with these public recognitions exhibiting your remarkable intellectual skills. All you need left is Perfect Attendance, and you'll have a record more serene than anything Barbra Streisand could dream of. There's nothing I'll need to worry about anytime soon.

(Snodgrass begins to shine one of his trophies, but then he hears a crowd in the distance)

Snodgrass: What the?

(People are surrounding PC Guy and cheering for him)

PC Guy: Ladies, ladies, one at a time! There's plenty of PC Guy for everyone!

Snodgrass: (grunts) Okay, maybe I do need to worry about my inventive rival, Edward Pearson. That guy thinks he's better than me? Well, he's been seeking for a death wish ever since preschool!

(Flashback begins)

Preschool Teacher: You guys know what today is?

PC Guy: (raises his hand) Extended nap time?

Preschool Teacher: No, today is the day to turn in your art projects one by one!

(PC Guy immediately turns in an exact replica of Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, and the teacher's eyes bug out)

Preschool Teacher: Yeesh, is that what it takes these days? I'm giving this an A+++!

(Snodgrass turns in a paper that have some macaroni pieces glued onto it. The pieces resemble an owl)

Snodgrass: Whaddya think? It took me approximately three days!

Preschool Teacher: (holds in her laughter) It's...not good, but not bad either. I'll...give this a grade of... let's say... "Moderate".

(The teacher quickly goes to the back of the school and burns the paper with a lighter. The flashback ends)

Snodgrass: I can still hear her saying "Moderate" in my head... (collapses and shudders)

PC Guy: (grooms his hair while walking down the hall) Oh, Edward, if there were two of you, the school would be all over you.

Snodgrass: Something about that comment reminds me of a direct-to-video romance film. (gasps) That's it! Why can't there by two PC Guys? It's such a grand scheme, that surely nobody else has thought of it before!

(Cuts to live action footage of a man in a PC Guy costume trying to write a story, but the costume's oversized hands keep making him drop the pencil. Eventually, the man yells in frustration and leaves the room)

Snodgrass: Okay, maybe someone out there has. But with a clone of PC Guy, I can take over his life with ease in the most vicious way possible! I can ruin his two aspects: his identity, and reputation. (laughs) Snodgrass, you are perfect.

(Cuts to lunch time. Eric and PC Guy are eating at the school's courtyard and PC Guy is having a tea party with his teddy bear)

PC Guy: How would you like your tea, Mr. Schnookums? With milk and sugar, or without? Oh, without? (pours tea in a cup) You are such a card.

Snodgrass: Felicitations, Pearson brothers.

PC Guy: (screams like a woman and puts his toys away) Oh, it's you. What's up your sleeve now, Snodgrass?

Snodgrass: I need help from the both of you.

PC Guy: Oh, get a grip, Snodgrass, you've already proved yourself countless times that you hate me more than anything else in this world - more than loud breathers - and if there's anything on my not-to-do list, it's team up with you in something.

Snodgrass: But I'm serious this time! (pretends to be sad) You see, I'm protesting against the school's strict dress code. Normally I'd get other people to join in and help me riot, but nobody will even look at me, and you two are the sanest individuals here in this wasteland.

PC Guy: Not even the cheerleaders wanted to join you?

Snodgrass: No, not at all. They took one look at me and ran off, but hey, it's not like they matter.

Eric: He's right, PC Guy, women are a bane to society. All they do is cry, pin blame on you, and then tell you they're hungry afterwards.

(PC Guy stares at Eric in silence for a second)

Eric: Also, my milk is past its expiration date. Could you get me another? And I ate my yellow crayon.

Snodgrass: OK, I take it: Eric is coming along with me for the protest. Come on, Eric.

Eric: Hey, PC Guy, are you coming?

Snodgrass: Uhh... we'll let him stay here. After all, we certainly can't do this without him. (chuckles)

PC Guy: Huh?!

(The next day, we see a shot of the sun rising)

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