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What's Black and White and Depressed All Over?
Season 1, Episode 4
Air date August 31, 2004
Behind the Scenes
Writer(s): Cheryl Holliday
Bret Haaland
Episode Chronology
"Catnip and Trust"
"Larry's Debut and Sweet Darryl Hannah Too"

"What's Black and White and Depressed All Over?" is the 4th episode of Father of the Pride, directed by Bret Haaland and written by Peter Mehlman.


In a quest to make a new panda breeding program, Siegfried and Roy import a male panda named Nelson. Larry and Kate try to set him up with Kate's romantically challenged friend Foo-Lin. However, things go wrong when Kate comforts Nelson and he falls in love with her as she is the first woman who was ever nice to him. Fed up, Sarmoti sets them straight and Nelson finally decides to be with Foo-Lin.

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Roger: "Larry, is that a mole? I can't tell. Be honest."
Larry: "Roger, I can't do a mole check right now."
Roger: "Do you know how much it took to make myself that vulnerable to you, crap face?!"
—Roger asking Larry to do a mole check, Father of the Pride
"Big daddy is home and he's ready for lovin'. It may be 9 o' clock in New York, but right here it's Mountin' Time!"
―Larry to Kate[src]
Sarmoti: "Oh, God. Is that wack job spinster here again?"
Foo-Lin: "(Laughs) You're funny!"
—Sarmoti insulting an oblivious Foo-Lin, Father of the Pride
Nelson: "Hi. I'm Nelson."
Kate: "Nelson? I thought your name was Bong Bong."
Nelson: "Bong Bong? Oh, that's my slave name."
—Larry and Kate meeting Nelson, Father of the Pride
Nelson: "Boy! Those guys are a hoot!"
Larry: "Yeah. It gets old real fast."
—Nelson commenting on Siegfried and Roy, Father of the Pride
Foo-Lin: "Did it ever occur to you that maybe I could do better?"
Sarmoti: "No. That did not occur to me. Good Lord! Your whole species is meshuggah. No wonder you're going extinct."
Foo-Lin: "I deserve love!"
Sarmoti: "Wrong. You're a middle-aged, fat, virgin panda. You deserve Nelson."
—Sarmoti telling Foo-Lin that she deserves to be with Nelson, Father of the Pride





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