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The Doctor Will See You Now is a Moshi Monsters song, sung by Dr. Strangeglove and the Glump Generation.

It appears in Season 1 Mission 8: Spooktacular Spectacular along with Moshi Moshi Moshi, remixed by Simon Growl. As reported by The Daily Growl, more specifically Roary Scrawl, Simon Growl tried to have a contract with Dr. Strangeglove after he heard the song. As there was suspicion surrounding Simon Growl's involvement with C.L.O.N.C., this added up to the storyline.

The song was released in 2011, after The Moshi Dance but before the Moshi Twistmas Song.

Versions

No. TitleMusicSource Length
1. "Headmaster Office ambience"  
S1M6 Headmaster Office ambience
Super Moshiversity Challenge 0:12
2. "Party ambience"  
S1M8 Party ambience
Spooktacular Spectacular 0:33
3. "Behold, The Glumpatron 3000!"  
Music Rox - Behold, The Glumpatron 3000!
Music Rox! radioplay 0:22
4. "The Doctor Will See You Now!"  
Music Rox - The Doctor Will See You Now!
Music Rox! 2:05
5. "Twistmas With Strangeglove"  
Twistmas With Strangeglove
Twistmas With Strangeglove radioplay 0:53
6. "The Doctor Will See You Now"  
Movie Soundtrack - The Doctor Will See You Now
Moshi Monsters: The Movie 2:14
7. "Down In The Sewers"  
Movie Soundtrack - Down In The Sewers
Moshi Monsters: The Movie 0:38
8. "Strangeglove March"  
Movie Soundtrack - Strangeglove March
Moshi Monsters: The Movie 0:58
9. "Glove Gauntlet"  
KU Boss Glove Gauntlet
Katsuma Unleashed (Boss) 1:11
10. "Comic Strangeglove Loop"  
MK comics strangeglove loop panels1and2
Moshi Karts intro 0:15
11. "Strangeglove Loop"  
MK StrangeGloveLoop
Moshi Karts (Boss) 0:14

Lyrics

Moshi movie soundtrack booklet Page 08

Glump, Glump, Glump, Glump
Glump, Glump, Glump, Glump

The Doctor will see you now ... Mwah-ah-ah-ah-ah-aaa!Official Annual 2014

Sneaky, sly and shifty, let me introduce myself
I'm the Doctor they call Strangeglove, a hazard to your health

I'm here to wreak some mayhem with my terrifying schemes
And Glump your silly Moshlings with my dastardly machines!

Strangeglove, Strangeglove, they call him Dr. Strangeglove
I'm Doctor Strange
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, the one to be afraid of
I'm Doctor Strange
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, they call him Dr. Strangeglove
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, Strangeglove, Strange

I assume you think it's sinister to hold an ancient grudge
But understand it cost my hand, so don't be quick to judge
A Musky Husky mangled it and chewed it like a shoe
He thought it was some sausages so now this glove must do

Don't impede my evil deeds or try to foil my plans
Even though I wear this glove I have some helping hands
So peek outside your window and check behind the door
Is Dr. Strangeglove lurking, or has he called before?

Strangeglove, Strangeglove, they call him Dr. Strangeglove
I'm Doctor Strange
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, the one to be afraid of
I'm Doctor Strange
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, they call him Dr. Strangeglove
Strangeglove, Strangeglove, Strangeglove, Strange

Let 'em have it, Fishlips!
(Instrumental Trombone)
Blow harder, you spherical fool!
(Instrumental Trombone)

I'll show those Super Moshis!
Muhahahaha! Oh yes, nasty!
Today Monstro City, tomorrow, the world, huhohahaa, the WORLD! HahahahahaHAA!

Characters

Congaline
  1. Dr. Strangeglove (Performer)
  2. Glumps (Vocals)
  3. Fishlips (Trombone solo)
  4. Scarecrow
  5. Moshlings
  6. "Musky Husky"
  7. Super Moshis/Moshis (mentioned)
  8. Scare Force One
  9. Glump-o-Tron 3000


Video

Moshi Monsters - Dr

Moshi Monsters - Dr. Strangeglove's Music Video

Trivia

  • In the refrain where the Glumps sing, there are three different voices heard more clearly. The first voice is that of Rocko. The other two voices, a muffled low voice and a high pitched nasal voice, are not known as voices assigned to specific Glumps.
  • The scene starting at 1:22 is a reference to Micky Mouse animation short "Thru The Mirror" (1939) where Mickey also dances with life sized gloves, using a cane and top hat.
  • The scene starting at 1:25 is a reference to Nazi troops marching in Berlin with Hitler watching. Supposedly due to this particular scene being - more obviously - portrayed as such in Disney's Lion King song: "Be Prepared", this was assumed to be too controversial to be referenced in something more light-hearted. Ironically, (but the combination is very common) Dr. Strangeglove's classic villain design stems from a long history of antisemitism, where features associated with Jewish people were used to commune villainy.

Gallery

Moshi Monsters: The Movie

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