Tuck can't help but call Jenny for every little thing that happens. But when a big problem arises, Tuck's call for help winds up going ignored. When Jenny comes to Tuck's aid, the furious robot chases and zaps Tuck.


Tuck: Jenny?

Jenny: Tuck?

Tuck (to Jenny): Hi!

Jenny: Hi!

Tuck: Hi!

Jenny (to Tuck):

Tuck: Gentleman our star has arrived!

Jenny (to Tuck): What is this?! I only told you to call only if it was something important!!

Tuck: But it is important! Lon didn't believe you had cool gadgets and stuff, he said you were wimpy!

Jenny (to Tuck): Listen you I have more important things to do than to perform tricks for a bunch of geeky little boys!!

Brad (to Jenny): Jenny! Stop Helping!

Brad (to Jenny): Tuck is pulling the exact same scam as the kid in this book.


  • The episode's title is a parody of the book The Boy Who Cried Wolf, which is the actual book Brad gave Jenny from the book mobile.
  • Lon's name is a reference to Lon Chaney, an actor who appeared in the 1941 film The Wolfman.
  • The magazine Jenny reads, Teen Yak, is a spoof of Teen Ink.
  • Ed requests then gets denied the book The Catcher in the Rye from the Book Mobile lady. This may be a reference to the controversy the book generated in schools due to its language and content.