Pepper's Adventures in Time

Easter eggs

Easter Eggs in Pepper's Adventures in Time

Egg id: 276

Elvis cameo

In the post office, on the left wall, there is a portrait of "The famous Italian musician, Elvisantro Presligheri", a clear reference to Elvis Presley. In the maze of Penn Mansion, you can even run into him - from the maze entrance go straight to the end, turn left, turn right and open the door.

Notice by the way how similar he looks to Percy, General Pugh's butler? Perhaps Percy is secretly an Elvis impersonator to release some of that stress he endures from the Pugh family.

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Egg id: 38

Contest winners cameos

When visiting Goody in Act 3, two unusual-looking kids, named James and Nathan Grayson, are in her store. She can only offer them cabbage cookies, which General Pugh confiscates from them. After they leave the store, Goody explains to Pepper that they're from the far-off land of Sierra where they won a contest.

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Egg id: 275

Pepper's many names

When Pepper distributes Franklin's pamphlet to the people of Philadelphia in act 5, they all ask her (/his) name, and each time Pepper gives a different one. These names are slightly altered names of famous newscasters:
- Lou Rant refers to Lou Grant, a newspaper editor in the American television drama series by the same name.
- Dan Blather refers to Dan Rather, an American journalist and the former news anchor for the CBS Evening News.
- Ed Madley refers to Ed Bradley, an American journalist, best known for 26 years of award-winning work on the CBS News television program 60 Minutes.
- Ezra Winfrey refers to Oprah Winfrey, an American media proprietor, talk show host, actress, producer, and philanthropist.
- Gerald O. Riviera refers to Geraldo Rivera, an American attorney, reporter, author, and talk show host.
- Donnie Chung refers to Connie Chung, an American journalist who has been an anchor and reporter for the US television news networks NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and MSNBC.
- Bobby-Ray Walters refers to Barbara Walters, an American broadcast journalist, author and television personality.
- Morley Wafer refers to Morley Safer, a Canadian-American reporter and correspondent for CBS News, best known for his long tenure on the newsmagazine 60 Minutes.
- Walter Crankwright refers to Walter Cronkite, an American broadcast journalist, best known as anchorman for the CBS Evening News for 19 years.

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Egg id: 494

Talking plants

In the front yard, talk to the plants in the bottom right corner of the screen for an Ecoquest 2 reference.

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Egg id: 495

Huge Easter Egg

In the front yard, look at the bluejay three times for him to lay a massive Easter Egg.

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Egg id: 496

Monty Python

When Lockjaw is knocked out by the carriage at the end of Act 1, a conversation ensues that is a clear reference to the "dead parrot" Monty Python scene.

- "Well that hardly matters, does it, you malodorous fellow. That dog is dead."
- "He is not! He's just stunned he is!"
- See here now, man, that dog is stiff as a board!"
- That dog was stiff before he even hit your carriage! See there, he's looking at you! Hello, doggie!"
- "He is NOT looking at me because he CAN'T look at me! That dog has perished! He is deceased! Defunct! He is an EX-DOG!"

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Easter Eggs referring to Pepper's Adventures in Time

Castle of Dr. Brain (Egg id: 388)

In Dr. Brain's office, look at the notes on the board to find one stating "Help little girl find lost dog". This could very well be a reference to Pepper's Adventures in Time where Pepper's dog Lockjaw is kidnapped by General Pugh's daughter Ima.
Even though Pepper's Adventures in Time was released shortly after Castle of Dr. Brain, it was likely in full production at the time.