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Daggett becomes the foster parent for a baby mongoose which was found on his bed, and starts to become attached to the child.

Episode Summary

Background Information

  • When Norb is opening the medicine cabinet, a camera man is visible in the mirror.
Mitch Schauer lookalike
  • The weatherman on the TV is a caricature of Mitchell Schauer, the creator of the series.

Production Information

Continuity

  • Fourth episode to have Dag's name in its title. [1][2][3]
  • Fourth time a music box version of The Angry Beavers opening theme is heard. [4][5][6]

Allusions

  • "Rabbit Test, Junior" - The idea of Daggett, a boy, having a baby is similar to the plot of the 1978 and 1994 (respectively) comedy films.
  • "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh" - The instrumental of the 1963 novelty song is briefly played while Dag was taking care of the baby mongoose.
  • "Daydream Believer" - The instrumental remixed version of the 1967 song by The Monkees is played when Norb is taking the baby mongoose to the highest mountain.
  • "Mommie Dearest" - The title of the episode takes off its name based on the book.
  • "Feels So Good" - The background music during the scene when Dag asks Norb for help with the baby mongoose is very similar to this 1978 instrumental by Chuck Mangione.

Gallery

The image gallery for Daggy Dearest may be viewed here.

Cast

References

Previous:
"Pack Your Dags"
Episodes Next:
"Dag's List"

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