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The Heist

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  • Endive and Schnitzel on a date
  • Schnitzel decides kiss Endive for distract her and she no discovers Mung
  • The horrific lips of Endive waiting the kiss
  • Schnitzel kisses passionately Endive
  • They making a dream of filthy rich
"The Heist"
Season 3, Episode {{{broadcastno}}}
"The Birthday Suits"
"The Prank"

When Mung ties Chowder on a rope in order to stop Chowder's food stealing beahavior, Chowder finds a Sugar Sapphire. But they find out that the sugar sapphire came from under Endive's kitchen.


The episode starts out with Mung trying to cook, but Chowder keeps eating the food. In an effort to make him not steal food, Mung ties Chowder onto a leash, but alas, Chowder doesn't learn.

While tied on the leash, Chowder is close enough to the ground to smell Sugar Sapphires under the ground. When he finds one, Mung says that if they find enough, they will be 'filthy rich'. Wanting to be rich, the gang starts to mine underground for more sugar sapphires. They find the motherload, but there's one problem: it's under Endive's kitchen. So now they must pull off a sugar sapphire heist. They work together as a team known as "Mung's Five" (Gazpacho is added into the episode).

To get Endive out of the house, Shnitzel is forced to go on a date with her. They go out to dinner while the rest of the gang try to get the sugar sapphires. But Endive and Shnitzel get home early But even though it works for a few minutes, Endive falls through the floor and accidentally destroys all the sugar sapphires.

After seeing all the destroyed sapphires, Endive demands that the gang pays for all the damages, but instead, Mung offers a counter offer: a date with Shnitzel.

At the end of the episode, Mung, Truffles and Chowder all decide to go on vacation in Fiestaville after their hard work, while Shnitzel is forced to go on another date with Endive as part of Mung's deal. In the end, even though they may not be rich, the gang and Endive are happy (except Shnitzel).


  • When Endive demands that the gang pay for all the damages, Mung says "But if we do that, there won't be any money left in the budget for a third season!" in which Chowder says "I had so many more stories.". This could be an outside reference to the fact that Chowder is ending (Even though it's technicily started it's third season). Also Mung has broke the forth wall.
  • When Chowder fell on the ground for the third time, his right arm disappears.
  • While Chowder is digging, if you look closely at the shirt he dug out it says Billy and Mandy. This is a reference to The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, a show C.H. Greenblatt used to work in.
  • There were 6 spanish relatied stuff (which kind of makes it a spanish episode... in English)
  • Fiestaville could be a parody of Fiesta Village in Knotts' Berry Farm .
  • Mung's Five was Mung's codename for the group. These are their codenames :
    • Mung Daal: Big Moustache
    • Chowder: El Gordo
    • Shnitzel: Rocky Road
    • Truffles: The Mouth
    • Gazpacho: Mama's Boy
  • There is another crossover. When Mung Dall tastes the Sweet Sapphire crystal, his head explodes and is replaced by a head similar to Bubbles, from The Powerpuff Girls. Her only line was "Ohhhhh, thats sweeeet".
    • Ironically, head is voiced by Tara Strong (who also voices Truffles)
  • Chowder might be part dog, because he can sniff sugar sapphires that are really deep and dig fast and through hard surfaces.
  • Mung, Shnitzel, and Truffles were swinging their pickaxes and were not digging, Chowder was.
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