Cold Feet!
Season 5, Episode 1
Lance Lemming's Got Nothing On This
Air Date 1990
Previous The Headline Hunter!
Next Stress Test!
Cold Feet! was episode 48.

Premise Edit

Cyril Sneer attempts a relationship with a movie star whom he meets in a car accident, only to find that she has an extreme dislike for his recent business client. Meanwhile, Bert and Cedric must deal with the traumatizing experience of sky diving that Bert originally set up for Cedric's birthday next week.

Plot Edit

Cyril falls in love with actress Ingrid Bellamour, who of course, disapproves of the RotCo Corporation. This, of course, results in a conflict of interest.

Finally, Ingrid finds out about Cyril's involvement with Mr. Knox in the RotCo plan and no longer has anything to do with him. As for Bert and Cedric, they plan to skydive with Bernie, which is foolhardy, if nothing else.

After having a change of heart, Cyril gives Ingrid the money for her "Save the World" fundraiser. She then rides off into the sunset and Rotco seems to have been suppressed to some degree.

Characters Edit



  • First appearance of Ingrid Bellamour, voiced by Theresa Sears.
  • Len Carlson is credited as Milton Midas, who does not appear in this episode.
  • Cyril mentions one of his ancestors, Percival Sneer, Knight of the Oblong Table.
  • Melissa shows she can do feminine wiles.
  • Cyril is seen riding a Honda motorbike as he is trying to impress Ingrid Bellamour.
  • When Cyril see Ingrid Bellamour for the first time and falls in love with her,we see love hearts shoot out of Cyril's eyes.
  • Ingrid Bellamour drives a Jaguar E-Type in this episode.
  • This episode marks the third time a character has fallen in love. We saw Cedric Sneer fall in love with Sophia Tutu in The Raccoons On Ice, then Bert Raccoon was seen falling in love with Lisa Raccoon in Spring Fever and now we see Cyril Sneer in this episode falling in love with Ingrid Bellamour.
  • In the final scene, Ralph is heard saying "Take care!" when Ingrid leaves but he is nowhere to be seen,

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