It's Halloween and the two have decided to go trick or treating to raise cash for a party. Richie dresses as the devil and Eddie dresses as a banana since their were no more pumpkin outfits left. While out they stumble on Spudgun's house and let it slip that they are having a party.
The two prepare by making a rather thick homebrew that dissolves the enamel off the bath and Richie makes "sprouts mexicain" a mix of sprouts, chilli powder, curry powder, 3 bottles of tobasco sauce and gunpowder. Only Spudgun and Dave Hedgehog show up resulting the party being a failure.
Richie decides he will sell his soul to the devil for cash and sex. They make a pentangle out of pencils and eat the sprout mexicain to summon him. At midnight the "devil" appears who is revealed to be Dave's daughter Dorine.
- Ate the Spoon: The homebrew dissolved the cups and took the enamel off the bath.
- Bring Me My Brown Pants: Richie no fewer than three times thanks to the cattle prod.
- Derailed for Details: Eddie interrupts Richie telling him to say 'Trick or treat' by pointing out that he is a mute banana.
- Double Entendre: Breakfast is a hurricane of them.
- Exact Words:Richie: Eddie?Eddie: Yep?Richie: Where's the cattle prod?Eddie: Here it is!Richie: Right. Give it to me.Eddie: I beg your pardon?Richie: I said give it to me!Eddie: Righto. Bear with me. (stuns Richie)
- Fire-Breathing Diner: Richie invents a dish called "sprouts Mexicaine" although the fire doesn't come out of the mouth.
- Gargle Blaster: Eddie creates some homebrew which has the appearance and consistency of roofing tar, and has a habit of dissolving enamel and porcelain, requiring them to drink it out of steel pans.
- Lethal Chef: Richie's sprouts leave everyone on the floor with fiery bottoms.
- Oh, Crap!: The four lads when they think the Devil is at the door.
- Razor Apples: Richie and Eddie receive some of these from an old lady while out trick or treating. When Eddie questions the presence of razor blades, Richie claims it's a "Halloween tradition."
- Stun Guns: Eddie's ridiculous cattle prod.
- Tim Taylor Technology: If you compare a real-life cattle prod to Richie and Eddie's (which is about four feet long, has to be carried via a shoulder strap and has enough batteries and wiring to power a medium-sized street), it's no wonder Richie keeps crapping his pants whenever he gets zapped by it.