Episode: Veggies for Sloth
Cast: Josh Cooke (Jughead), Seth Green (Moose, Ms. Grundy), Scarlett Johansson (Veronica), Mila Kunis (Betty), Shane McRae (Archie), Breckin Meyer (Reggie), Alfonso Ribeiro (Chuck), Tom Root (Mr. Lodge; uncredited), David Hasselhoff (Pop Tate)
Segment Summary: The gang from Archie Comics learn that nobody cheats Death for long!
- This segment is a mashup of Archie Comics and the Final Destination series.
- The school bus was destroyed by a tripod from War of the Worlds.
- The bus that runs Betty over is actually the Six Flags bus.
- Mrs. Grundy's death is partly based on the board game Mouse Trap.
- The Grim Reaper in this skit seems to look like the Family Guy version, but doesn't seem to talk.
Trivia / Info:
- This segment was cut from the Season 2 DVD due to copyright issues, but it now can be found in the Deleted Scenes section of disc 2 of the Season 5 DVD. This sketch, as well as the entire episode, is also included on Netflix, and later on, Hulu for streaming.
- The more recent airings of this episode include a season 1 deleted scene, Citizen Spears in place of this sketch. The episode was renamed Blankets in a Pig. However, the original episode is included on Netflix and Hulu, while Citizen Spears, as well as the entire replacement episode, was not included on the Netflix/Hulu version.
- The premonition sequence occurs on a bus ride. In the actual Final Destination series, a premonition featuring a bus ride on a collapsing bridge is featured in Final Destination 5.
- You will never see this episode, unless if you have Netflix and/or Hulu. The Netflix/Hulu version of Veggies for Sloth has this sketch intact.
Goofs / Nitpicks:
- This skit shows that Jughead is bald, but he is not bald. Some Archie Comics showed Jughead without his hat and he has hair right on top.