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No Body Loves Grim
No Body Loves Grim
Series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
Season 3
Production code 304
Writer Craig Lewis
Celia Weiss
Broadcast information
Cartoon Network US Premiere June 18, 2004
Paired with Dumb Luck
Chronological information
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Dumb Luck
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Lil' Porkchop
No Body Loves Grim is the 4th episode from season 3 of The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Plot

Billy accidentally loses Grim's body at the beach, and takes his detached head home by mistake. While Billy and Mandy search for Grim's body, Grim is mistaken for a bowling ball, a vase, and even a spittoon! Meanwhile, Grim's body is adopted by Endsville's wealthiest family, and becomes popular with upper-class citizens. When Grim finally finds his body, it won't return to him, claiming that it was illy treated under Grim's control. Unfortunately Grim`s body was stuck with a head of a dinosaur. He runs from their and hit Grim whick makes the body join him once again. Meanwhile he got crushed and the bones fall apart, some dogs come running for the bones so the bones ran away.

Credits

  • Story by: Craig Lewis, Celia Weiss
  • Storyboard by: Celia Weiss
  • Art direction: Rae McCarson
  • Directed by: Shaun Cashman

Transcript

No Body Loves Grim/Transcript

Errors

  • When Grim's head is used as a bowling ball. His head moves both back and forth down the lane.
  • The bowling lane swichted places
  • When Grim's head hits the pin. His head is unmarked, but when he's hopping his head has a bunch of marks on it.

Trivia

  • When Grim says, "Oh, this sad cowboy tune really speaks to my achy breaky heart.", it's a line from Billy Ray Cyrus's song "Achy Breaky Heart".

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