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J.D. Loves Gart
Season 1, Episode 25a
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Production information
Production code
Story by
Written by Kenny Byerly and Jase Ricci
Storyboards by Roy Meurin
Directed by Adam Henry
Broadcast information
Original air date February 14, 2015 (Nicktoons)
International date

J.D. Loves Gart is an episode of Season 1 of Robot and Monster

Plot

When J.D. starts developing feelings for Gart, Robot is determined to show her his brother's true character. Meanwhile, Monster tries to grasp onto the belief of true love

Characters

Trivia

  • This would have been the third time Gart appears in a title card.
    • This also would have been the third time JD appears in a title card.
  • Robots pranks to Gart and JD, and what Monster did to make them happy, in order:
  1. Robot releases some bugs while Gart and JD are having a picnic, and Monster puts bacon around in a heart shape, makeing the bugs go to it.
  2. Robot starts a fan at the same picnic, and Monster tosses some flower petals into the wind.
  3. While Gart and JD are walking, Robot drops a large water balloon from his blimp, and Monster pops it, making a rainbow.
  • This would have been the third time we see Gart's blimp, however, this time it dosen't get destroyed. The first time was in Adventures in Babysitting and the second time was in Boomerang.
  • This episode, along with Misery Date, was leaked onto Amazon.com's Instant Video service for $1.99.[1] 
    • The episode was later leaked onto iTunes on July 29, 2014.
  • This is first time we see Gart kiss Robot
    • (Even though it was on accident).
      • This is also the first time kissing takes place in the show.
  • Came as a full episode on nickelodeon September 24, 2013, bit it was a typo because it was the episode, A Better Marf Trap.       

Quotes

Robot: So you know what we have to do, right?

Monster: I heard you loud and clear, Robot.

Robot: We have to kill the romance!

Monster: We have to keep the romance alive!

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Baconmas
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Misery Date


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