Makeover Makeover Makeover: The Makeover Episode
Makeover Makeover Makeover: the Makeover Episode is the twelth episode of Clone High. It was written by Eric Kentoff and originally aired on Monday Febuary 3rd 2003.
On a very special part one of a very special two part season finale of Clone High, the prom is coming up. Abe gives Joan a makeover, so some other guy will go with her. JFK gives Gandhi a makeover, so he'll actually have chances with the ladies, and Principal Scudworth gets pissed off as John Stamos and somehow a makeover is worked into the plot.
- Abe Lincoln
- Joan of Arc
- Principal Scudworth
- Mr. Butlertron
- Marie Curie
- The Secret Board of Shadowy Figures
- William Howard Taft
- Marie Antoinette
- Anne Boleyn
- Helen of Troy
- Catherine the Great
- Susan B. Anthony
- Eva Perón
- Talking Fetal Horse
- John Stamos (Mentioned; Pictured)
- Rebecca Romijn (Mentioned)
- Abe's prom posters of Joan of Arc have the following bullet points.
- Janeane Garafalolesque
- Good Birthing Hips
- Not Religious
- Joan of Arc says she's never had a mother. She must have also never had a father either, given that her only care taker, Toots is referenced to as her "foster grandfather".
- Cleopatra feels sympathy for the first time, when hearing about how Joan never had a foster mother, but quickly snaps out of it.
- The clip of Joan and Cleo fighting and tearing each other's clothes off in "A Room of One's Clone: The Pie of the Storm" is shown during the cold opening.
- Teen Sex Cove from "Litter Kills: Litterally" appears again.
- Principal Scudworth says he got the idea for Cloney Island from watching Jurassic Park 3.
- Abe looks into Medicine Magazine for fashion advice.
- The "I Want You" flier suggests that Joan has an essence, similar that of the comedian, Janeane Garofalo.
- Marie Antoinette and Anne Boleyn gets decapitated by a helicopter. Both of their original clonemothers died from decapitation.
- Nostradamus' promposal to Helen of Troy involved him coming out of a Trojan Horse.
- Nostradamus said he knew that Helen of Troy would reject his promposal, in reference to his clonefather's so-called ability to predict the future.
- Gandhi bets Susan B. Anthony a dollar that she has an addiction to friction. This is a reference to the discontinued and short-lived form of U.S. currency, The Susan B. Anthony Dollar.
- The "I Want You" prom posters of Joan of Arc are an obvious parody on the Uncle Sam Posters.