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}}"'''Take the Funny and Run'''" is the first episode of [[Season 5]] (and the eighty-third episode overall). It first aired on [[Wikipedia:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] in the United States on September 20, 1998.
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"'''Take the Funny and Run'''" is the first episode of [[Season 5]] (and the eighty-third episode overall). It first aired on [[Wikipedia:Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] in the United States on September 20, 1998.
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==

Revision as of 18:26, March 17, 2020

Is it because I tried to capitalize on this country's promise of free expression?
Pyro
No, it's because you committed acts of blatant plagiarism.
Mr. Hartwell

"Take the Funny and Run" is the first episode of Season 5 (and the eighty-third episode overall). It first aired on Fox in the United States on September 20, 1998.

Synopsis

Pyro submits his own comic to the school newspaper, but is accused of plagiarism by a famous cartoon company.

Plot

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Gallery

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Trivia

References

Season 5
Take the Funny and RunScene and Not SceneBrother, Can You Spare a Quarter?Andrew Gets RichFive Days of the CondoWheels of MisfortuneStealing HomeMo' Brother BluesThe Bust Blows Forward and the Bust Blows BackIt's a Blunderful LifeAndrew and the Amazing Technicolor PaintbrushMJ's Big BreakFor Love and/or MoneyA Brief History of AmericaSunday Sunday MondayI Know What You Did Last WednesdayThe Kirbtalian JobMike & Westley's Excellent AdventureI've Got You Under My SkinA Room with a New ViewI Left My Phone in San FranciscoAll About MJThink of the Children
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