Episode: The Departy Monster
Cast: Pete Wentz (The Tin Man), Amy Brenneman (Dorothy Gale), Seth Green (Judge, Cowardly Lion, Flying Monkey, Inmates, Guard, Executioner), J.K. Simmons (Vernon Schillinger), Elijah Wood (The Scarecrow)
Characters: Judge, Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion, Guards, Flying Monkey, Inmates, Vernon Schillinger, Dorothy Gale, Toto, Executioner
Segment Summary: You're not in Kansas anymore, bitch!
- Alludes to the TV series Oz and The Wizard of Oz.
- Dorothy rubbing her breasts on the glass refers to the film Midnight Express.
- The guard says "Got a new fish for you Simmons" before tossing the Scarecrow in Vernon Schillinger's cell.
Trivia / Info:
- J.K. Simmons reprises his role of Vernon Schillinger from Oz.
- This is the second mashup between Oz and The Wizard of Oz, the first being Robot Chicken Oz from the show's first aired episode.
- The man in the table resembles the Sheriff of Nottingham from Robin Hood Wins and Loses and the man who got killed by the Scarecrow is the man from KITT's Day Out.
- Ass appears to be censored in this sketch, even though it's uncensored in other sketches.
- The judge explains that the three "drowned and melted a woman based on the color of her skin" when they really killed her because she was an evil witch.
- One of the prisoners says "Raping a robot tonight" referring to the Tin Man being made of metal.
- Toto looks like a stuffed animal when Dorothy talks to the Scarecrow at prison.
- The flying monkey appears in two scenes in the sketch.
Goofs / Nitpicks:
- When the Scarecrow pulls Vernon's body, blood is seen on his shirt, but when he pulls his lungs, the blood is gone.
- Dorothy doesn't appear to have legs at all.
- When the Scarecrow was shouting "Light up my life!", the handles were down.
- Scarecrows can't conduct electricity. The only way to kill them is with fire.