Clarence gets left at school and Brady tags along on his journey home.
PlotThe episode starts with Clarence telling Heida that he drew her, he then shows her that he drew he as a mummy, where Heida when her father picks her up, he then tries to draw Darlie.
Clarence says that they forgot him and Brady. This makes Brady think that his parents forgot him. Clarence takes him to his home. They were walking in the street. Clarence finds two sticks, and asks him which one to choose. He takes the bigger one. He takes everything in the ground to his bag, suggesting that every thing is helpful.
Clarence and Brady start climbing, Brady wonders, whether or not Clarence lives in the mountain. Clarence grabs Brady and they both watch the nature, the sunsets and Clarence sleeps, then wakes up. It started to rain an they both hurry. They go to a tunnel wearing nothing but underwear. Suddenly a man enters and kick them out.
Brady goes to a bus stop and sees the map. They ride a bus, Brady mentions Mavis, and says that he will finally talk to her. They both get home, the next day Brady wanted to talk to Mavis, but Clarence comes and scares her. At the end, it turns out to be a TV show which the man watches, and all the Clarance characters dance on the roof, which is a reference to the popular show Peanuts.
- Tappy Cards Kid
- Percy's Dad
- Guyler's Mom
- Jeff (TV only)
- Sumo (TV only)
- Amy Shtuzger
- Dennis (Mentioned)
- This is Brady's first major role.
- At the scene where Brady and Clarence look at the Grand Canyon, you can see Simon Panrucker's face in it.
- There was even a parody of the scene from Charlie Brown Christmas where everyone was dancing.
- Throughout the episode, a parody of "Everybody's Talkin'" by Harry Nilsson plays, the feature track from the 1969 film The Midnight Cowboy.
- The Midnight Cowboy is referenced again during the scene on the bus and when Clarence asks if "they're in Florida yet."
- On the part where Clarence finds spaghetti from the dumpster, as he tells Brady to eat it like the way dogs do, which is a reference to Disney's 1955 film, "Lady and the Tramp".