|Random Acts of Disrespect|
Sonny and Tawni afraid of the police
|Series||Sonny With a Chance|
|Airdate||May 16, 2010|
|Written by|| Dan Cohen|
F. J. Pratt
|Directed by||Leslie Kollins Small|
|Guest starring|| Estelle Harris|
|# US viewers upon premiere||3.28 Million|
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"Random Acts of Disrespect" is a season two episode of Sonny With a Chance. It aired on May 16, 2010.
PlotWhen Grace, an elderly woman, wins the "Be So Random for a Day" contest, the So Random! cast ends up planning an "old geezer" sketch that not only offends Grace and her entire retirement home, but all elderly people. After an on-air apology makes things worse, Grace and her friends turn the tables and play a practical joke on the cast. Meanwhile, Chad attempts to help a group of kids with their fear of clowns and ends up looking like one himself.
- The 98th Annual Elderly Choice Awards - The cast does a sketch about elderly people getting awards (like Nana Montana).
- Demi Lovato as Sonny Munroe
- Tiffany Thornton as Tawni Hart
- Sterling Knight as Chad Dylan Cooper
- Brandon Mychal Smith as Nico Harris
- Doug Brochu as Grady Mitchell
- Estelle Harris as Grace Gallagher
- Carol Locatell as Edith
- Larry Gelman as Buddy
- Gary Clarke as Police Officer
- Tawni screamed "You'll never take her alive!" while pointing at Sonny, a reference to James Conroy's infamous line in "Sonny With a Chance of Dating".
- Some of the fake shows in the sketch in this episode are parodies of real life disney shows - That's So Graven (That's So Raven), Wheezers of Waverly Place (Wizards of Waverly Place), and Nana Montana (Hannah Montana)
- Chad does the "Good, Good, Fine, Fine" thing he does with Sonny and Grace.
- Guest star Estelle played Muriel the maid on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, and Mrs. Costanza on Seinfeld, a show that people care about.
- The main eldery characters in this episode are counterparts to three of the main characters. Grace is Sonny's equilvalent, Edith is Tawni's equilvalent and Buddy is Chad's equilvalent.
- Nico and Grady know the trick of the elderies.
- The end-credits sequence features immitations of routines that were standards on the distinguished sketch-comedy programs, Rowen & Martin's Laugh-In, and The Benny Hill Show.