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Litter Kills: Litterally 

JFK's best friend Ponce de Leon is the coolest guy in school, and since he loves to litter the rest of the students begin to follow his example, until the litter kills him and JFK must live with the sorrow of losing his best friend.

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Abe Lincoln (voice)
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Principal Dr. Cinnamon J. Scudworth / Genghis Khan (voice)
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Gandhi (voice)
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Cleopatra (voice) (as Christa Miller Lawrence)
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JFK / Vice Principal Mr. Butlertron (voice) (as Christopher R. Miller)
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Joan of Arc / Marie Curie (voice)
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Ponce de Leon (voice)
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Police Officer (voice)
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Inmate (voice)
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Glenn the Janitor / Julius Caesar (voice)
Judah Miller ...
Inmate (voice)
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Catherine the Great (voice)
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Inmate (voice)
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JFK's best friend Ponce de Leon is the coolest guy in school, and since he loves to litter the rest of the students begin to follow his example, until the litter kills him and JFK must live with the sorrow of losing his best friend.

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19 January 2003 (Canada)  »

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Neil Flynn plays a janitor named "Glenn" in this episode. This was an inside joke created by Bill Lawrence as at the time the name of the janitor on "Scrubs" (also played by Neil Flynn) was yet unknown and was revealed to be Glenn Matthews in the series finale. See more »

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Soundtracks

The Night They Blew Up The Moon
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Written by Andy Jackson, Casey James Prestwood, Jason Russell and Mike Poorman
Performed by Hot Rod Circuit
Courtesy of Vagrant Records
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