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The I.C.U.2-TV


Probably the most important prop to Patches Pals, the I.C.U.2-TV might not only announce your birthday but exactly where your presents were hidden.

The I.C.U.2-TV allowed see "who out there is having a birthday!". Your presents might be under the bed, in the closet, or the number one choice, in the dryer.

Initially, J.P. was reading the full names of Patches Pals but after multiple attempts by the crew to trip him up with "joke names" he switched to just using first names.

Every Christmas the I.C.U.2-TV also doubled as a magic teleporter to take J.P. or Gertrude to the North Pole to see Santa.

The I.C.U.2-TV disappeared after the show went off the air. It's current location is unknown and it may have fallen into the wrong hands.


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Fans of "The Simpsons" TV series (3rd Season, Episode 8F-11, Title: "Radio Bart") may have noticed a reference to J.P. and the I.C.U.2-TV. In the episode, it's Bart's birthday and he watches the "Krusty the Clown" show. Krusty sends birthday greetings to a list of people that scrolls by on the screen. In addition to Bart, one of the names listed is J.P. Patches. (of course, Krusty charged everyone $8.00 for the service).

Audio Clip:

"Who, when he saw the first sand or ashes, by a casual intenseness of heat, melted into a metalline form, rugged with excrescences, and clouded with impurities, would have imagined, that in this shapeless mass would turn into smething useful like a glass? Neat huh? I mean without glasses we couldn't see or have anything to put Kool-Aid in!

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