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"Johnny the Kid"
Season 2, Episode 8b
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United States Airdate: February 24, 2007
Title Reference: Billy the Kid
Episode Guide
"Johnny Test in Black & White"
"Downhill Johnny"

Johnny the Kid is the second part of the 21th episode of Season 2 and the 42nd episode overall.


Johnny and his family go on vacation to a dude ranch on Susan and Mary's choice (since Gil was vacationing there as well), but it is invaded by a motorcycle gang shortly after they arrive.


It's time for the Test Family Vacation! This time, Susan and Mary picked a dude ranch for their vacation trip.

When they arrived at the dude ranch, there were no cellphones, so, Lila was forced to dump her phones for the trip.


  • Running Gag:
    • The goat headbutting someone
    • The wild boars eating the beef jerky while attacking the person holding it and someone ends up down to their briefs.
  • The title of this episode is a reference to Billy the Kid or Henry McCarty, a famous 19th century Old Western gunman and outlaw.
  • When the lion picks up Johnny, it's a parody reference to The Lion King.
  • The way Bling-Bling's dance on the Pole during charades is described as pole dancing.
  • This is the first time Bling-Bling and Gil are seen together in the same episode.
  • The dude ranch breaks several safety regulations and other laws:
    • Lack of phones in the name of authenticity; Surely the ranch would have at least one phone (likely disguised as something in the environment) in the event of a serious emergency, such as a fire or (as depicted in the episode) a biker-gang takeover.
    • The tunnel that the train goes through is way too low, as Johnny and Dukey found out the hard way.
    • Having aggressive pigs out on public walkways.
    • Confiscating all electronics and tossing them in a well, effectively destroying them through short-circuiting.
    • All of the above violations would necessitate the entire ranch being shut down and the manager/owner being arrested for public endangerment.



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