A Room of One's Clone: Pie of the Storm
December 15, 2002
Airdate (United States)
2016 (MTV Classic)
A Room of ones Clone: Pie of the Storm is the eighth episode of Clone High. It was written by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
The episode premiered on Teletoon in Canada on December 15, 2002.
Joan's house is destroyed in a storm. Gandhi and JFK have a falling out over who gets to be the "pervert" of their friendship. Scudworth gets a robotic puppy, which makes Mr. B jealous.
- Abe Lincoln
- Joan of Arc
- Principal Scudworth
- Mr. Butlertron
- Cleo's Foster Mom
- Marie Antoinette
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Mr. Sheepman
- The Secret Board of Shadowy Figures
- Julius Caesar (Cameo)
- Catherine the Great (Cameo)
- The first half of the title is a pun on "A Room of One's Own" and the second half is a pun on "The Eye of the Storm".
- A running gag is for people to keep repeating the phrase "Storm's a Brewin'".
- Joan is a vegetarian.
- Joan's House burns down, so she and Toots move into Cleo's House, after Toots and Cleo's Foster Mom start dating.
- Cleo's bedroom mirror is in the shape of a vagina.
- It's implied that Cleo stuffs her shirt with toilet paper, to make her breasts appear larger.
- This episode never aired in the United States until 2016 on MTV Classic.
- Mr. Butlertron sings "Walking on Sunshine".
- Cybo Pooch is very similar to the Poochie toy robotic dogs.
- Abe refers to the trope, This is my Side.
- When Joan, Cleo, Gandhi and JFK are running down the street and have switched clothes it is a reference to the Benny Hill Show.
- After Scudworth gets accepted to go to the ball, he and Mr. Butlertron are seen dancing excitedly. In the background, posters for a parody of The Lion King musical (The Zion King) can be briefly seen
- Toots says he built his house like Noah built his ark, ready for a flood.
- Joan's house burning down is a reference to the original Jeanne D'arc getting burned at the stake.
- Joan and Cleo divide their room horizontally, with Joan taking the top of the room and Cleo taking the bottom. This is a reference to the civil war, where "The North" fought with "The South".
- Abe's involvement with the war also mirrors his original version's involvement with the real Civil War, wherein they both tried to resolve the battle.
- Abe appropriately quotes "A House Divided against itself cannot stand", in response to Joan and Cleo's room division. This was obviously from one of his original version's many famous speeches, Both of these quotes were made in regard to their respective wars.
- Abe hears an animatronic version of the Original Abraham Lincoln recite his second inaugural address. Abe also tries to say the historical speech later but completely botches it.
- Part of Mr. Lincoln's Mild Ride takes people through Ford's theatre. When the people on the ride go in there, a gunshot is heard. This is a clear reference to Lincoln's assassination.