Mellow Fellows
Season 3, Episode 17
Mellow Fellows
Episode guide
Save the Drama for Your Llama
Mellow Fellows is the seventeenth episode of season three.


Slips becomes a psychologist.


Slips decides that he needs some purpose in his life. After doing some searching, Slips decides to become a Guidance Counselor. Slips is taken under Mr. Mandrill's supervision and becomes a Junior Student Guidance Counselor. But in a bizarre twist of fate, Slips does a much better job at being a Guidance Counselor than Mr. Mandrill has done, and he's fixing all of the students' problems as well, making Mr. Mandrill feel both upstaged and inadequate compared to Slips! Not only that, but it is soon learned that C.D.M.S. can only have one Guidance Counselor at its school at a time, and Mr. Mandrill isn't about to give up his position, so he decides to teach Slips that being a Guidance Counselor isn't as easy as Slips thinks it is. But when Slips still proves to know what he's talking about better than Mr. Mandrill does, the primate finally freaks out and his hairdo turns into an afro. But when Slips sees Mr. Mandrill go crazy, it finally makes Slips realize that the job of a Guidance Counselor is a tough job and Slips really just wants to be a student right now. So Slips gives up his position as a Junior Student Guidance Counselor and lets Mr. Mandrill go back to doing what he does best: being a Guidance Counselor!


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Minor RolesEdit


  • The episode's title is a rhyming scheme.
  • Mrs. Warthog addresses Slips as "Spits".
  • Warthog also states there's a total 3,452 students at CDMS.
  • Principal Pixiefrog references the Star Wars franchise, saying that in his mother's opinion, "Everything went downhill after Empire Strikes Back."
  • It's revealed that Principal Pixiefrog has a brother.
  • Slips' last name, "Python" is seen on his psychologist degree. This is the second time in the series Slips' last name is shown, following "Lupe in Love", where his name was shown in the ending credits.
  • Bull Sharkowski comes to the epiphany that the reason he steals people's lunches is because his mother (who he mentions for the first time here) packs him tuna lunches that he doesn't like and he just doesn't have the heart to tell her, revealing a soft side to his personality.
  • The phobias of Lupe and Windsor are discovered and conquered. Lupe has a fear of french toast and Windsor has a fear of house cats.
  • When Mr. Mandrill takes out his ponytail holder, he has a giant Afro.
  • It's implied that Mr. Mandrill comes from Kentucky.
  • Credits Gag: Mr. Mandrill meditating.


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