|(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Green Mask|
|Season 2, Episode 26|
|Air date||8. October, 1996|
|Written by|| Marty Isenberg|
Robert N. Skir
Mutiny of the Bounty Hunters
(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Green Mask is the forty-first episode of The Mask: The Animated Series.
The Mask and Lieutenant Kellaway die in an explosion caused by a bomb made by The Phony Frenchman and now face a council of angels who go over past events to see which one of them will get into Heaven. But when Kellaway unmasked The Mask and reveals once and for all that The Mask is Stanley Ipkiss, the angel council also reveals a horrible secret about themselves as well when it turns out that they are actually Dr. Amelia Chronos and her time clones in disguise in a plot to obtain the Mask's power.
- Stanley Ipkiss
- Mitch Kellaway
- Dr. Amelia Chronos
- Phoney Frenchman
- Charlie Schumaker
- Peggy Brandt
- Agnes Peenman
- Mayor Mitchell Tilton
- Sly Eastenegger
- This episode is the last appearance of Dr. Chronos.
- This episode acts as a clip show episode as many flashbacks were made from many scenes from various season two episodes from the show.
- The Mask's victory scene where he impersonates a reporter then a football player, saying, "I'm going to Wedgie-Land!" when giving Kellaway and Doyle a wedgie is a reference to the famous advertising slogan, "I'm going to Disneyland"/"I'm going to Disney World" said by NFL players after scoring a victory in the Super Bowl and was used in commercials promoting the Walt Disney theme parks and resorts. NFL player, Phil Simms, of the New York Giants, was the first person to shout the "I'm going to Disneyland" quote which he said during his victory at Super Bowl XXI.
- The title of the episode is a reference to the Elvis Costello song "(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes".