|Dream Date Chicken|
|Season 2, Episode 03|
|Written by||Richard Pursel|
|Directed by||David Feiss|
Dream Date Chicken is the 3b episode of season 2.
Chicken is first seen sitting watching TV (which is having an emergency test), while Cow vacuums the living room. After Mom tells Chicken to stop being lazy and take out the garbage for her, Chicken throws a tantrum by smashing the TV as well as punching on the wall, yelling at his mother to be left alone. Mom tells Dad to deal with Chicken and runs off crying. Dad scolds Chicken for misbehaving and even grounds his son for talking back to him.
Later, a frustrated Chicken runs away from home to live the bachelor life with Cousin Boneless. Chicken helps his cousin get ready for a date. A woman named Linda, who meant to date him, arrives, but falls in love with Chicken instead, much to Boneless Chicken's dismay. Chicken and Linda do several things together including riding goats, wrestling with an alligator, sitting together at a beach watching the sun set, and drinking milk together at a restaurant.
That night, Chicken thanks Linda for the date as Linda claims that he was the best chicken she ever dated. Linda kisses Chicken, causing him to remark that he won't wash his eyeball again, Suddenly, a police officer (the Red Guy) arrests Chicken for running away from home and Linda for letting Chicken continue being a delinquent. Both Chicken and Linda are thrown into a police van and are driven off to serve time in prison. It's revealed that Boneless phoned the police presumably for revenge and seemed to know Chicken ran away. Chicken is later sent home after this episode.
- Oddly, Cow doesn't dress herself as Supercow in this episode, if Supercow appears in this episode she should have broken Chicken out of jail and brought him home safely to their parents.
- Running away from home isn't actually a crime, though you can still be detained by the police if you ran away and were under 18 years old (Chicken is 11 years old in the show).
- Also, contributing to the delinquency of a minor or harboring a runaway is a misdemeanor offense, you can be jailed for at least one year if you help a runaway or let a child continue being a delinquent.