|"O Broseph, Where Art Thou?"|
|Season 1, Episode 11|
|Episode name reference to/pun on: O Brother, Where Art Thou?|
|Canadian Airdate:||August 30, 2009|
|USA Airdate:||September 24, 2009|
"Charging into the Night"
"Reef, Broseph, and Emma's Totally Stupid Adventure"
"O Broseph, Where Art Thou?" is the 11th episode of the first season of Stoked, and the 11th overall.
In the early morning Johnny and Reef wake up to the terrible smell of Broseph's feet. They tell him to take a bath, and that the ocean doesn't count. Broseph says that the girls take too long in the bathroom. Then it shows Emma waiting for the shower while Lo takes a bubble bath. Johnny freaks out about not only eating Broseph's scab out of a bag, Broseph keeps it in the room! Reef doesn't mind that Broseph is a slob, but when Broseph borrows a new pair of Reef's swim trunks, the boys kick Broseph out of the room. Broseph tries to room with the other guys but they all say no. Also, when he tries to go back to his house, his mom says she turned it into a smoke house for the summer. He stays on the couch on the porch that night, only to wake up with a bear laying on top of him.
After getting bad reviews from the guests, Bummer makes a new rule, if a review is under an "8" it is a strike. Emma comes in late to the meeting thanks to Lo's long bath and Lo using all her conditioner. At the same time Reef and Johnny talk about the enjoyment of not having Broseph in their room, thus, Broseph asks for another chance, but both say no. But they start to regret that statement when they have nothing to do. Meanwhile Lo leaves her kids at the restaurant to go to a yoga class, giving Emma her second strike! When she tells Lo about it, Lo just says she should be so perfect from now on that Bummer might cancel her other strikes. However, when Lo accidentally causes Mr. Marvin's paycheck to go over board Lo sees Mr. Marvin put a one on Emma's evaluation. Knowing she has to do something she tries to get the evaluation back. On the beach Reef and Johnny are surfing when they notice Broseph built himself a new castle home. But he won't let his former roommates in to party with everyone else. Lo tries to get Mr. Marvin's evaluation, but he puts it in the locked chest. Even though Lo gets lock cutters from The Kahuna, Snack Shack brings them to Bummer's office.
At Broseph's "Sand Mansion", Johnny and Reef try to join the party everyone else is enjoying. They decide to try to crash the party with many attempts, but all fail. Outside of Bummer's office, Lo and now Fin try to find a way to get past the laser beams outside his office. They ask Johnny to do it, and even though he is reluctant at first, when he finds out it is for Emma he turns off the beams. But when Bummer's office is found full of evaluations, they admit it will take a while. On the Staff House porch, Johnny and Reef admit they miss Broseph. When Lo and Fin finally find Emma's evaluation, they are caught by Bummer. When Broseph finally decides to come home, the castle is washed away due to the rain. Caught by Bummer, Lo tries to eat Emma's evaluation, but fails. Bummer then reads it and it is revealed that the evaluation is actually ten out of ten due to her poise. Sadly for the girls though, Bummer has them organize the evaluations and gives them a strike. At the end Johnny and Reef hold up to their word of being Broseph's butler if he comes home.
- No Pants Lance
- The Kahuna
- Mr. Marvin
- Snack Shack
- Grommet (does not speak)
- This episode is the first where Reef wears boxers; before he used to wear blue and white briefs.
- So far the largest sandcastle on the show is in the episode.
- This is the second episode to feature a party, the first being "Welcome to Paradise, Dudes!".
- This episode backs up the fact of Johnny having a mad crush on Emma.
- Stoked Radio:
- Touch the Ground by The Whereabouts
- This marks the first time Snack Shack is not in his uniform, but in a medieval costume for role-playing.
- In Bummer's office, there is a picture of him and someone in a Wipeout costume hugging.
- When Emma comes to Bummer's meeting, her hair is similar to Broseph's, only bigger, and it is unknown if it has spatial anomalies like Broseph's.
- Broseph has a Wii on the desk at the end of his bed, and an Xbox 360 seen on top of the television in front of his bed.
- When Buster comes out of the hole made by Reef, his angle is exactly the same as Jaws.
- The first time Kelly is seen in a bikini, as she takes the evaluations to Bummer's office via jet ski.
- This marks the first appearance of Bummer's office.
- Cartoon Network cut out 30 seconds from the beginning, the reason why Reef doesn't want to wear the board shorts since Broseph was wearing them.
- The bear, a pig, Grommet, a tough guy, one of Fin's surf students from "Hang 9", and the Tropical Tan Models are waiting in line to get in Broseph's sand mansion.
- Bummer has a special route the staff take when bringing the staff evals to his office: the route goes out the front, then by the beach, and then a jetski to a back entrance to Bummer's office.
- This marks the first time someone was shown singing a song that plays through out certain scenes.
- While bathing, Lo mentions the name Dr. Bill, a parody of Dr. Phil.
Emma: Sorry for the wait, Mr. M.
Mr. Marvin: Six trillion dollars? For a latte?
Emma: So sorry, sir. I'll fix that right away!
Sonny: Okay, big guy, you know the drill! Yeah, yeah, I think you do yeah. Anyone tries to break in the joint, we whack 'em.
Buster: Like with my tail?
Sonny: You know for a big fish you got a really tiny brain. Ya know that?
Sonny: (As Buster chases after Reef and Johnny) Whack 'em, sharkie!
Bummer: Unacceptable people, unacceptable! Look at these staff evaluation forms! Fin, 7.5 out of 10!
Fin: Come on that's like a B+!
Bummer: Yeah, I don't know what special school you went to, but a 7.5 means you do better. Reef, 4! Says here, "Needs to spend less time teaching girls mouth to mouth."
Reef: Okay, but the girl I was teaching was an 8 out of 10. So by my count, that puts me at an— (Counts on his fingers) 9, 10, 11—12 out of 10! Math dude! (High fives Wipeout)
Wipeout: You're the man!
Bummer: Okay, listen up! From now on, anyone who gets less than an 8 on a staff eval get an automatic strike, and you what three strikes mean!
Bummer: (Sarcastic) Oh, I'm sorry. Did I schedule the staff meeting during rubber ducky time?
Emma: I'm so sorry sir; there was a line up at the staff showers and I was—
Bummer: STRIKE one, and let that be a lesson to the rest of you slackers.
Emma: No! My perfect employee record!
Lo: Oh, that's too bad! By the way, you're out of conditioner.
Emma: (Sarcastic) Thanks for the heads up! (Takes off her towel revealing her hair)
Reef: (Sniffs the air) Ugh!
Reef: Ugh! Dude, what is that reek?
Johnny: (Sniffing the air) From the potency of the stank, I say either a toilet backed up or it's—
Reef/Johnny: Broseph! (Reef throws a shoe at Broseph's head)
Broseph: Bikini babe of my dreams, why you head butting me, girl?
Johnny: Broseph, take a bath, man!
Broseph: (Yawns) I take a bath everyday in the ocean, when I surf!
Johnny: You need to take a real bath, dude! You smell like a walrus butt!
Broseph: No time, bro: the honeys always hog the shower!
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|"Charging into the Night"||"Reef, Broseph, and Emma's Totally Stupid Adventure"|
|"Welcome to Paradise, Dudes!" • "Another Grom Bites the Dust" • "Board and Confused" • "Take Your Kook to Work Day" • "Waves of Cheese" • "The Very Very Very Very Very Important Guest" • "Hang 9" • "Fast Times when the Rip Tide's High" • "Reef And That Evil Totem" • "Charging into the Night" • "O Broseph, Where Art Thou?" • "Reef, Broseph, and Emma's Totally Stupid Adventure" • "Boards of Glory" • "Groms Gone Wild!" • "Chum Music" • "Penthouse of Horror" • "Mr. Wahine" • "Grand Theft Whale Bus" • "A Boy Named Leslie" • "Who Knows What Evil Lurks in the Heart of Clam?" • "Slumber Party Animals" • "Endless Bummer" • "Brofinger" • "A Prank Too Far" • "The Pirate who Came to Lunch" • "The Day the Sea Stood Still"
See also: Episode Guide