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** That might be why he's so prone to PingPongNaivete, and the show probably takes place on school breaks or Everett Peck doesn't want the kid characters to attend school.



** There's actually an episode where they show that his parents think him and Salty are angels, so no.



* What's with Mr. J calling Kyle a NiceGuy in "Islands in the Streets" (and without any usual deadpan tone)? Considering how he's supposed to be the show's OnlySaneMan, he should be aware of his son's status as a bullying victim ''and do something about it''.

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** Maybe he knows how much Rodney means to Andy and that's why he keeps him. Or the writers are just putting the IdiotBall in his hands to [[TheChewToy torment him further for the sake of funny]]... that, or they just didn't think straight (no offense to them).
* What's with Mr. J calling Kyle a NiceGuy in "Islands in the Streets" (and without any usual deadpan tone)? Considering how he's supposed to be the show's OnlySaneMan, he should be aware of his son's status as a bullying victim ''and do something about it''.it''.
** Just an IdiotBall moment to make a joke.

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* Why isn't Andy ever shown in school?
* Are Kyle's parents aware of his son's sociopathic behavior and bullying of Andy and Rodney? Considering how malicious he is, he shouldn't even be allowed to go outside.
* In "The Big Haggle Hassle", why ''oh why'' couldn't Andy just, oh I don't know, '''put the dollar in his God damn pocket''' as he went off to the bathroom, instead of trusting Rodney of all people to hold it?
* What is that blue stuff in the jar that Andy is holding on the [[WesternAnimation/SquirrelBoy main page's image]]? Said image seems to be based on "A Line in the Sandwich" since Rodney is holding a sandwich, so it's possibly his grandma's secret sauce, but that stuff was shown to be orange, not blue...
* Is Rodney aware of how insensitive his actions and behavior are? [[VagueAge It's unknown how old he is]], but the short "Bedside Matters" gave me the impression that he doesn't torment or bother Mr. J ''on purpose'', as he tried to cure him for better or worse.
* Why hasn't Mr. J considered putting Rodney up for adoption? With all the crap that he's had to put up with, there's no way that keeping him around is beneficial to his life.
* What's with Mr. J calling Kyle a NiceGuy in "Islands in the Streets" (and without any usual deadpan tone)? Considering how he's supposed to be the show's OnlySaneMan, he should be aware of his son's status as a bullying victim ''and do something about it''.

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