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|director = Eric Dean Seaton
 
|director = Eric Dean Seaton
 
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|previous = [[No Ifs, Ands, or But-ers]]
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|next = [[Do-It-All Dawn]]}}'''Urban Legend Outfitters''' is the third episode in [[Season 2]] of ''[[Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn]]''. It first aired on June 6, 2015 to an audience of 1.08 million viewers.
'''Urban Legend Outfitters''' is the third episode in [[Season 2]] of ''[[Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn]]''. It first aired on June 6, 2015 to an audience of 1.08 million viewers.
 
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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===Full Plot===
 
===Full Plot===
Each one of the [[Harper Quads]] has signed up for various activities within the school. [[Dawn]] and [[Mae]] are running the [[Edgewood School]] FuzzFeed newspaper but it isn't getting many readers. [[Nicky]] is helping at at the school store. [[Ricky]] and [[Dicky]] are the hall monitors.
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Each one of the [[Harper Quads]] has signed up for various activities within the school. [[Dawn]] and [[Mae]] are running the [[Edgewood School]] FuzzFeed newspaper but it isn't getting many readers. [[Nicky]] is helping at at the school store. [[Ricky]] and [[Dicky]] are the hall monitors.
   
To increase readership for the newspaper, Dawn suggests running a faux article about spotting the legendary Pigfoot. Pigfoot is an urban legend about a boy rumoured to be part human, part pig. Mae doesn't like the idea because urban legends are not true news. That would be going against the FuzzFeed newspaper motto: "Real News, The Truth, Important Stuff." Dawn refuses to listen to Mae and insists on running the article. This leads to a fight between Mae and Dawn, causing Mae to quit.
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To increase readership for the newspaper, Dawn suggests running a faux article about spotting the legendary Pigfoot. Pigfoot is an urban legend about a boy rumoured to be part human, part pig. Mae doesn't like the idea because urban legends are not true news. That would be going against the FuzzFeed newspaper motto: "Real News, The Truth, Important Stuff." Dawn refuses to listen to Mae and insists on running the article. This leads to a fight between Mae and Dawn, causing Mae to quit.
   
 
With Mae out of the picture, Dawn goes ahead and runs the article. It gets so much attention from the school that everyone wants even more. To keep the buzz going, Dawn promises to give them an interview with the real Pigfoot. Since Dawn doesn't actually know where to get Pigfoot, she asks Nicky to put on a Pigfoot costume and show up at Edgewood School for interview. Unfortunately, chaos ensue during the interview and Nicky is exposed. Everyone turns against Dawn for lying to them.
 
With Mae out of the picture, Dawn goes ahead and runs the article. It gets so much attention from the school that everyone wants even more. To keep the buzz going, Dawn promises to give them an interview with the real Pigfoot. Since Dawn doesn't actually know where to get Pigfoot, she asks Nicky to put on a Pigfoot costume and show up at Edgewood School for interview. Unfortunately, chaos ensue during the interview and Nicky is exposed. Everyone turns against Dawn for lying to them.
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*Nicky is seen running his store in episodes such as [[Do-It-All Dawn]], [[Three Men and a Mae B.]], [[Harpers for President]], and [[The Tell-Tale Art]].
 
*Nicky is seen running his store in episodes such as [[Do-It-All Dawn]], [[Three Men and a Mae B.]], [[Harpers for President]], and [[The Tell-Tale Art]].
 
*This marks the first episode where Mae and Dawn jeopardize their friendship. The second time is in [[Ele-Funk in the Room]].
 
*This marks the first episode where Mae and Dawn jeopardize their friendship. The second time is in [[Ele-Funk in the Room]].
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*This episode marks the first appearance of [[Principal Tarian]]. 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 21:27, August 27, 2018

Urban Legend Outfitters is the third episode in Season 2 of Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. It first aired on June 6, 2015 to an audience of 1.08 million viewers.

Plot

Summary

When Dawn fakes a story for her column on the school's website, the urban legend of Pigfoot begins to take over Edgewood.[1]

Full Plot

Each one of the Harper Quads has signed up for various activities within the school. Dawn and Mae are running the Edgewood School FuzzFeed newspaper but it isn't getting many readers. Nicky is helping at at the school store. Ricky and Dicky are the hall monitors.

To increase readership for the newspaper, Dawn suggests running a faux article about spotting the legendary Pigfoot. Pigfoot is an urban legend about a boy rumoured to be part human, part pig. Mae doesn't like the idea because urban legends are not true news. That would be going against the FuzzFeed newspaper motto: "Real News, The Truth, Important Stuff." Dawn refuses to listen to Mae and insists on running the article. This leads to a fight between Mae and Dawn, causing Mae to quit.

With Mae out of the picture, Dawn goes ahead and runs the article. It gets so much attention from the school that everyone wants even more. To keep the buzz going, Dawn promises to give them an interview with the real Pigfoot. Since Dawn doesn't actually know where to get Pigfoot, she asks Nicky to put on a Pigfoot costume and show up at Edgewood School for interview. Unfortunately, chaos ensue during the interview and Nicky is exposed. Everyone turns against Dawn for lying to them.

Luckily, Mae swoops in to save the day by bringing in the real Pigfoot - Harry Kalwaski. Harry tells the students that he's not actually part pig. He explains the story of how the rumor started. After that, Dawn apologizes to Mae for caring more about popularity that telling the truth. Mae and Dawn make up and return to running the newspaper together.

Cast

Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Guest Cast

  • Patrick Hume as Harry Kalwaski or Pigfoot
  • Logan Prince as Kedg
  • Connor Yamada as Lanny

Continuity

Trivia

  • Pigfoot is a parody of Bigfoot.
  • This episode reveals that the Quads all have jobs within the school. Dawn is the school blogger, along with Mae, Nicky is the store manager, and Dicky and Ricky are the Hall Monitors.
  • FuzzFeed is a spoof on BuzzFeed.

References

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