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Donnie Turnbull's Day Off

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UK Airdate
September 16, 2008
Production code
421
Directed by
Charlie Bean
Script/Written by
Robert Mittenthal and Michael Rubiner
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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

"Donnie Turnbull's Day Off" is the 99th episode of the series and the 11th(a) of Season 4 of Robotboy. In this episode, Donnie fakes that he's sick so that he can see what it is with Robotboy so that he can destroy him for being smashed by him.

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  • When Donnie remembers about Robotboy, scenes from the episodes "Up a Tree", "Remote Out of Control", *"Robomonkey Shines", "The Old Switcharobot" and "Racer Zero" appear as flashbacks, even though the episode Robomonkey Shines does not air until after this episode (this is the first time in the show where this happens).
  • Gus appears in two of the flashbacks from Donnie. But because he didn't official appeared in this episode, it doesn't count as a official appearance.
  • This is the third and final time Donnie sees Robotboy in normal mode. The first time was Time Transmission and the second time was Up a Tree.
  • The episode title is a possible pun on the 1986 movie, Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
  • The ending scene is almost the same as the ending scene of the Pixar film Toy Story.

In other languages

Int. Language Int. Title Translation
Dutch Donnie Turnbull is Vrij-Af Donnie Turnbull has a day off
French Donnie Turnbull perd la boule Donnie Turnbull loses the ball
German Donnie Turnbull macht Blau Donnie Turnbull's Day Off
Spanish Día libre de Donny Turnbull Donnie Turnbull's Free Day

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