This episode is a perfect example of what made this show so awesome to begin with: pure creativity. It only stays as a regular "teen sitcom"-style show until the first commercial break, and then the truly inspired insanity begins. Great music, "far out" scenery, and well-hidden subliminal messages: this episode has it all. For the greatest drug-fuelled trip since Cheech and Chong, look no further than this musical masterpiece. Clone High rules.
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