The Loop (TV)
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- Millie (single appearance)
- Farmers (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Jimmy Pesos (single appearance)
- Carrier (single appearance)
- Owen Roy (single appearance)(no lines)
- Clark Buck (single appearance)(no lines)
- Bobby Jay Virus (single appearance)(no lines)
- Maxi Virus (single appearance)(no lines)
- Holly Luyah (single appearance)
- Nelson Williams (single appearance)
|Cashe and Carrier||They were eager to get back the money the bank lent the farmers. They didn't get along with Millie.|
|Jimmy Pesos||The gang mistake him as a literal outlaw because of his music.|
|Nelson Williams||The gang mistake him as a literal outlaw because of his music.|
|Cashe as the Phantom of the Opry||To steal the fundraiser money so he and Carrier could close the farms and own half the land in the county.|
The following credits try to match how they are displayed in the comic as much as possible:
- Sholly Fisch - writer
- Walter Carzon - penciller
- Horacio Ottolini - inker
- Silvana Brys - colorist
- Saida Temofonte - letterer
- Fridolfs, Ottolini, and Brys - cover artists
- Brittany Holzherr - editor
- The Mystery Machine is absent.
- The story title is a spoof on the Bugs Bunny short What's Opera, Doc?, which itself is a pun Bugs Bunny's catchphrase, "What's up, doc?"
- The Great American Opry House is a spoof on the Grand Ole Opry.
- Millie is a parody of the late country comedienne, Minnie Pearl. Pearl also performed at the Grand Ole Opry.
- Grover's Corners is a reference to the setting of the play Our Town.
- The Phantom of the Opry is a parody of the title character in the novel The Phantom of the Opera.
- Cashe and Carrier are a play on the phrase cash and carry.
- Owen Roy, Clark Buck, Bobby Jay Virus, Maxi Virus, Holly Luyah, and Nelson Williams are parodies of Roy Clark, Buck Owens, Billy Ray Cyrus, his daughter Miley Cyrus, Dolly Parton, and Willie Nelson.
- The final song is a parody of Billy Ray Cyrus's song "Achy Breaky Heart".
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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- It's implied, but not explicitly stated, that Carrier knew what Cashe was doing.
- There are flaws in Cashe's plan, as the money would belong to the bank, and if they quit their jobs to buy the land, their plan would be automatically found out.
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