|Pandora's Lunch Box|
|Series||The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy|
|Writer|| Nina Bargiel
|Cartoon Network US Premiere||March 22, 2006|
|Paired with||A Grim Day|
A Grim Day
Billy & Mandy vs. the Martians
When a girl named Dora transfers to Billy and Mandy's school, she and Mandy end up becoming friends. She always insisted everyone to open her lunchbox. While watching Mindy and the cheerleaders, Dora tells Mandy that if she opens her lunchbox, there's something that could destroy Mindy. Since Mandy wants to destroy Mindy, she opens the lunchbox, unleashing evil demons shaped like food. It turns out that Dora is actually Pandora, and she tricked Mandy into unleashing all of the demons. Mandy, angry that Dora tricked her, stops the end of the world by sucking the demons and Dora into the lunchbox.
- Story by: Ian Wasseluk and Nina Bargiel
- Storyboard by: Ian Wasseluk
- Directed by: Shaun Cashman
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- Dora is an obvious reference to Dora the Explorer.
- When Grim realizes he's going to miss his favorite show and Billy questions what it is, he's talking about The Wild Thornberries.
- There's a fourth wall break when Mandy questions who's writing the show.
- Mindy makes a reference to the song "Hey Ya" by Outkast when instructing the cheerleaders.