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    Remember when Dewey couldn't eat candy in Company Picnic because he would go nuts? He must have outgrown that by the time he got the cotton candy machine.



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    Most definitely not. In Lois' Sister, he also went crazy. He filled the whole garage with cotton candy, and then was more than happy to eat his way out, remember? Dewey and candy has been an ongoing problem. Even at the end of Lois' Birthday, when everyone else was fighting the clowns, Dewey stole the cake and ate it under the picnic table.

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    Well, he's obviously shown some improvement. In Company Picnic he acted like a rabid animal when he found candy to eat, but in Lois's Sister he actually surrounded himself with cotton candy before eating it...
    When I go insane, I want to think I live in the Malcolm in the Middle world.

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    I suppose you could call that an improvement.

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    Yeah, he did go a little nuts with filling up the entire garage with cotton candy! At least he didn't act like he had gone totally insane though. I think the whole "sugar high" thing is mainly psychological anyway. My nieces start getting hyper even when they think they're going to get candy--before they ever eat the first bite.
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    That's adrenaline--the actual high is the sugar.

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    I have never in my life, not even as a young kid, got hyper on sugar. I was always hyper, but the sugar never intensified the hyperness for me. One episode of MITM, when Reese says he get hyper after "half a can of Cola" really annoyed me, I know it seems weird, but I just can't understand, not even if it's spelt out for me using basic science, how people go nuts when they eat a little, or even a lot of sugar.

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    Maybe you just don't realize you had sugar highs but indeed actually did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardgames
    Even at the end of Lois' Birthday, when everyone else was fighting the clowns, Dewey stole the cake and ate it under the picnic table.
    Good catch!

    What about in Block Party when Reese got all that candy? I don't remember Dewey reacting to it, but I'm not sure.
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    I don't know that Dewey even knew about it--it was sort of Reese's secret weapon.

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