Episode: Celebutard Mountain
Cast: Adam Talbott (Thurgood Stubs), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Blair Warner, Jo, Natalie Green), Seth Green (Edna Garrett, Prostitute, Government Agent, Mindy McConnell, Mork, Burl "Gopher" Smith, Florence Henderson, Hawkeye Pierce), Mark Hamill (Announcer), Jamie Kaler (Captain Merrill Stubing)
Characters: Edna Garrett, Blair Warner, Dorothy 'Tootie' Ramsey, Joanna 'Jo' Marie Polniaczek Bonner, Natalie Letisha Sage Green, Thurgood Stubs, Prostitute, Mork, Mindy McConnell, Government Agents, David Banner, Captain Merrill Stubing, Burl "Gopher" Smith, Florence Henderson, Dr. Adam "Doc" Bricker, Isaac Washington, Julie McCoy, Hawkeye Pierce
Segment Summary: A lot of sitcoms had some pretty final finales.
- This segment is a parody of TV network VH1 and the many "Top # Countdown" specials it airs.
- The narrator's intro to The Facts of Life refers to an urban legend claiming that Nancy McKeon, the actress who played Jo, was a hermaphrodite.
- The final episode of The PJs is based on Eddie Murphy's arrest for picking up a transvestite prostitute.
- The finale of the Love Boat parodies scenes from the film Titanic.
- The M*A*S*H clip alludes to an actual scene from that show's final episode, only with a laugh track added.
Trivia / Info:
- Thurgood Stubs makes references to Eartha Kitt, Whitney Houston, Steve Urkel, and Vivica A. Fox.
- Seth Green would later appeared with Robin Williams in Disney's Old Dogs and Robin Williams did die, from suicide, not by a autopsy, but this skit was made long before he died one year before Old Dogs and six years before his death and its creator and Old Dogs co-star Seth Green even attended his funeral.
- A young Seth Green starred in the original two part impromptu series finale of The Facts of Life, The Beginning of the End and The End of the Beginning, with other future rising star actors, and as the focus of a backdoor pilot revolving around the central setting of The Eastland School integrating males and females on its campus. The Facts of Life would be cancelled in light of a 10th season due to the departure of mainstays Mindy Cohn and Nancy McKeon.
Goofs / Nitpicks:
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