Dude, Where's My Dad? (Rocket Monkeys)

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Dude, Where's My Dad?
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Please let that be chocolate ice cream. - Randy Cunningham's reaction to the gross old monkey's poop
Series: Rocket Monkeys
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: Overall: 60

Season: 8

Air Date: November 26, 2014
Writer: Betsy Walters
Director: J. Falconer
Previous episode: Monkey's Best Friend
Next episode: The Doctor Is Out

Dude, Where's My Dad? is the 8th episode of Season 2, as well as the 60th episode of Rocket Monkeys.


During a tour in a mysterious monkey's museum, the monkeys search for his father to hang out with him in their spaceship.

Why It Is Not Our Father

  1. The monkey wearing an orange suit is an unlikable and gross-out character as he screams and throws poop for no good reason.
  2. The whole filler opening scene where Gus and Wally force the spaceship to go faster.
  3. The orange-suited monkey's screaming can get them on their last nerve.
  4. When Yay-OK says "Monkey Feet" to the monkeys, they make their ugly mouths while taking a photo, which is disturbing.
  5. Many gross-out moments:
    • The orange-suited monkey throwing poop in some senes.
    • He farts in the pot, which is gross.
    • He looks at his big, white earwax after he cleaned his ears.
    • He saw his booger after he picked his nose.
    • Wally eating bugs in "that" monkey's back while farting is gross.
    • Him pooping in the portable potty is gross, just hear that disgusting splattering sound.
    • When Bernice saw the monkeys about his real father, he squirts poop on Yay-OK, which is also gross.
    • Lastly, he even squirts poop on both Gus and Wally's faces.
  6. Gus and Wally should have stayed away from "this" monkey in this episode since he is gross.
  7. The ending is weak as Gus kicks the orange-suited monkey out of his spaceship since that this is not their father, while Bernice is having a dinner with that frozen monkey.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The main characters are likable in this episode.
  2. The two songs in this episode (Monkey Dad, Monkey Son, and Old School, despite the annoying lyrics) are amazing.
  3. The premise of this episode is about the monkeys finding their father, but this was executed poorly.
  4. The "re-training" scene where the monkey tries to behave like the rocket monkeys is good.


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