|"It's a Big, Big World"|
"Where did Brick go?"
|Written by|| MidshipmansYard|
|Directed by|| MidshipmansYard|
|Airdate||November 11, 2009|
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It's a Big, Big World is the sixth episode of Random Business. It aired on November 11, 2009.
The episode begins with a small creature (later revealed to be an ant) scuttling along the floor in the Gurge Bros. bedroom. A foot lands directly in front of the ant, who looks up to see Brick Gurge standing over it. The screen fades to black as Brick's foot lowers towards the ant...
After the credits, Brick shows disgust at having "ant goo" on his shoe. Wood tells him it's his own fault for stepping on it. Brick then says that ant's are important. Suddenly, a voice accuses Brick of having no respect for the dead ant. Brick demands to know who said that. Wood asks his brother who he is talking to. Suddenly, Brick feels something happening to him. The screen fades to white as he transforms...
...Brick awakens staring at the ceiling, he soon notices Wood towering above him, wondering where he went. Wood then steps forward as the screen goes black once more. Text appears on the screen stating that Random Business will return after these messages. Then, The messages are over. Now, back to the show.".
Brick rolls out of the way before Wood's foot can crush him. He then realises that becoming an ant was punishment for dissing them. Brick cries out that "ant's are very, very important". Soon after, Brick feels himself turning back...
...Brick sees his brother in front of him and shouts: "I'm baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack!", to which Wood replies that he "never left", implying that the voice Brick heard earlier changed time to make people believe that he was never changed into an ant. Brick then says that Coco Pops taste nice in the future.
- Ant God
Brick: Hey, Wood! I'm Baaaaaaaack!
Wood: You...never left.
- Hallelujah by Alexandra Burke
Fall From BedEdit
- This is the first (and so far, only) episode to be seen through the eyes of a particular character.
- Since Wood doesn't remember Brick changing into an ant, it is possible that the Ant God changed time to make it so. The prospects Time-Travel and -Changing will be expanded on during an upcoming episode.
- This episode's title is a reference to the Disney attraction and song It's a Small World.
|Spanish||Es un Mundo Grande y Grande|
|French||C'est un Grand et Grand Monde|
|German||Es ist eine Große, Große Welt|