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  • Grapes of Wrath
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  • Grapes of Wrath is a monster in AdventureQuest Worlds.
  • The Grapes of Wrath is quite possibly the funniest novel of all time. Steinbeck was a very funny man, and when I was assigned to read this in High School I was in stitches.
  • The episode opens with a pre-credits scene in a monastery in Bordeaux, 1900, in which one of the monks (Ben Homewood) rushes to his abbott (Paul Beech), informing him that a bunch of grapes have grown from a rose thorn. They decide to make a wine from the grapes, which they say "will be fit for the Holy Father himself". After the opening credits, the show returns to its original format, in which Manny (Bill Bailey), after seeing the state of the house, decides to bring in The Cleaner (Kevin Eldon), to see if he can improve the house's cleanliness. When a furious Bernard (Dylan Moran) finds out that this means they have to leave the house, both Manny and Bernard are forced to house-sit for their friend, Freddie (Chris Larner), who had tried to bribe them into house-sitting for him by offeri
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Level
  • 90
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Ice
  • 100
Darkness
  • 90
DEX
  • 100
Melee
  • 40
str
  • 100
LUC
  • 60
CHA
  • 10
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Number
  • 3
Previous
  • Manny's First Day
Gold
  • 1120
End
  • 100
Element
  • Water
Cast
  • *Dylan Moran *Bill Bailey *Tamsin Greig
Water
  • 60
Energy
  • 130
Series
  • 1
Producer
  • *Nira Park *Julian Meers *William Burdett-Couttes
Guests
  • *Chris Larner as Freddie *Mark Aikean as Ben
Fire
  • 100
Magic
  • 40
Name
  • Grapes of Wrath
Airdate
  • --10-13
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  • From the world of Wrath comes this massive building-sized bunch of intelligent grape-like creatures!
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XP
  • 2400
Light
  • 90
Earth
  • 100
int
  • 80
Wind
  • 110
NEXT
  • The Blackout
Ranged
  • 40
Writer
  • *Dylan Moran *Graham Linehan
Director
  • *Graham Linehan *Nick Wood
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  • Grapes of Wrath is a monster in AdventureQuest Worlds.
  • The episode opens with a pre-credits scene in a monastery in Bordeaux, 1900, in which one of the monks (Ben Homewood) rushes to his abbott (Paul Beech), informing him that a bunch of grapes have grown from a rose thorn. They decide to make a wine from the grapes, which they say "will be fit for the Holy Father himself". After the opening credits, the show returns to its original format, in which Manny (Bill Bailey), after seeing the state of the house, decides to bring in The Cleaner (Kevin Eldon), to see if he can improve the house's cleanliness. When a furious Bernard (Dylan Moran) finds out that this means they have to leave the house, both Manny and Bernard are forced to house-sit for their friend, Freddie (Chris Larner), who had tried to bribe them into house-sitting for him by offering them a massaging machine earlier in the episode. Meanwhile, Fran (Tamsin Greig) is going out on a date and, after a series of unsuccessful ones, wants this one to go well, and buys herself a dress and makes a special effort to impress Ben (Mark Aikean), her date. However, she quickly starts embarassing herself and begins to notice something strange about Ben, and the fact that he talks with his mother 4-5 times a day. Meanwhile, Manny is being shown around the house by Freddie, who explains about two racks of wine in the cellar. The larger rack is cheap wine which Manny and Bernard can drink as many bottles as they want, however, the smaller rack is expensive wine, one of which is worth $7000 and is being presented to the Pope. However, once Freddie has left, Manny mistakes the expensive rack for the cheap one, and they begin drinking thousands of pounds worth of wine. They come across a wine called Le Vin du Rosier, the wine made from the rose bush in the pre-credits scene which is worth £7000 and is being presented to the Pope. However, Manny and Bernard drink the entire bottle unaware. Meanwhile, Fran discovers what is wrong with her date, and confirms it when she asked him "What do the following people have in common: Elton John, Ian McKellen, Jean-Paul Gaultier?" to which he replied "Well they're all fabulous". Meanwhile, Manny, after some research, discovers that Le Vin du Rosier is worth £7000, and remembers that he mistook the cheap rack for the expensive. However, Bernard has a plan to resolve the issue: to create a new strain of super-wine to replace a the one they just drank, with Manny as an assistant. However, somehow, by mixing some Londis wine, nutmeg and a branch from an oak tree, they produce a bottle of wine, which they think resembles the original. One month later, the house has returned to its original, messy state. Fran comes in, showing off her new date, The Cleaner. Bernard then unfolds a newspaper with the headline "Pope killed by inferior wine - Man [Freddie] held". He then shows this to Manny, but points out that today is his birthday.
  • The Grapes of Wrath is quite possibly the funniest novel of all time. Steinbeck was a very funny man, and when I was assigned to read this in High School I was in stitches.
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