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The beaver brothers have decided to throw a party for all of their friends, but when they realize that they've made absolutely no preparations an hour before the party is scheduled to begin, they make a mad dash in an attempt to set the party up before it's too late.

Episode Summary

Background Information

Production Information

Continuity

Allusions

  • Romeo and Juliet - The episode title is a play on of the line "parting is such sweet sorrow" from Shakespeare's tragedy.
  • Sigmund Freud - After Dag gives his theory on what a party is, Norb calls him "Dagmund Freud", which is a reference to the late Austrian neurologist.
  • Wayne Gretzky - While sliding on the floor with squeegees, Norbert calls Daggett "Wayne Dagsky", which is a reference to the retired Canadian professional hockey player.

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