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Sergeant Weenie Arms
Season 3, Episode {{{number}}}
Air date September 5, 1998
Storyboard by Maxwell Atoms
Written by Maxwell Atoms
Directed by David Feiss
Ron Myrick (animation)
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Sergeant Weenie Arms is the first of three segments from the episode "Sergeant Weenie Arms, " the fourth episode of the third season of Cow and Chicken, and the thirtieth episode overall. The episode premiered on August 29, 1998 on Cartoon Network.


One day, Chicken and Flem are playing with their action figures. Cow attempts to join them, but Chicken tells her to back off, since he claims that action figures never drink tea. Just then, Earl greets his friends at the windowsill and shows them his new action figure, Sergeant Weenie Arms. The boys decide to become Weenie Marines by dressing up as Weenie Marines and spending the night at Dead Skull Cave out in the wilderness.

Inside, Chicken recites the Weenie Chant, bringing Sergeant Weenie Arms to life. He instructs the boys to drop down and give him a set of push-ups. For their first task, Sergeant Weenie Arms sends the boys to collect some smooth river rocks and shave their chins with them. Chicken protests by suggesting they use some sharp river rocks instead, but the sergeant rejects Chicken's offer, declaring that sharp rocks are for "non-men". Afterwards, the boys' final task is to chop down a cave tree by using their faces. Chicken, Flem, and Earl finish both tasks with bruises on their faces, much to the sergeant's satisfaction. The three friends and their idol go to sleep to prepare for revelry at 4:00 in the morning.

The next morning, Chicken, Flem, and Earl have become large and muscular Weenie Marines. To congratulate the boys' training, Sergeant Weenie Arm grants each of them a Pencil Neck Sissy Doll. The boys become embarrassed by the reality when the Sergeant declares that Weenie Marines take great pride in playing with Sissy Dolls. Later at home, Cow and Sergeant Weenie Arms play with their dolls, while Chicken, Flem, and Earl regret their choice becoming soldiers in the first place.