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Angela Anaconda(1999)

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Angela Anaconda is a Canadian cutout animation television series that aired on the channels Teletoon in Canada and Fox Family in the United States. It centers on the adventures of an eight-year-old girl named Angela who lives in the fictional town of Tapwater Springs, has wacky brothers, weird friends, and hates a snobbish faux-French girl named Nanette Manoir. Angela Anaconda began as a short skit on the Nickelodeon show Kablam!. It later became a series and aired on Fox Family from 1999 to 2002. Each episode consisted of two 11-minute stories. In 2001, when Disney bought Fox Family and changed the network's name to ABC Family, Angela was moved and canceled after two months. Reruns returned to Nickelodeon in 2004 only to be removed about a month later. The show was created by Joanna Ferrone and Sue Rose, who also voices Angela. Sue Rose created the cartoon character Fido Dido as well as Disney's Pepper Ann and Nickelodeon's Unfabulous. The show was produced by DHX Media and C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures. It premiered on Cartoon Network in the UK, and also aired there on PopGirl; it also aired on POP TV in Slovenia and ABC1 and ABC2 in Australia. The show features a very distinct art style of Clip Art Animation, reminiscent of Terry Gilliam's animation from Monty Python's Flying Circus, in which all the characters are made out of cutouts of black-and-white photographs. They would have different models come in and take about 30 or more pictures for each mouth movement and use different face models for the main characters.

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Season 3 : 2001 14 Episodes

EP1 Ice Breakers Sep 10, 2001

Childhood For Sale Angela is playing baseball with her friends is at bat. She stares down the pitcher. The ball is thrown and Angela hits a homerun...right through Mrs. Brinks' window! Once the damage is totaled, Angela owes Mrs. Brinks a mini fortune. Her parents will pay to fix it but Angela will have to pay them back. Johnny's Uncle Nicky recently made a fortune selling his old junk, so Angela figures she can sell some of her stuff to make a few extra bucks. A date for an Anaconda garage sale is set. Angela separates her collection of stuff into two piles. One pile of things she will keep, the other pile she will sell. But each item Angela comes across fills her with so much nostalgia, she is unable to discard anything. Her "to keep" pile just grows and grows until there is nothing left for her to sell. Her parents suggest that Angela simply work off the debt. Angela thinks about this for a moment and decides it is better to just keep her old memories and sell the junk attached to them. Her time is better spent creating new memories instead of laboring away to pay for a broken window. The Best Is Yeti To Come While picnicking with her family, Angela sees something strange in the bushes. She snaps a picture and upon close inspection concludes she has captured a photo of the elusive Yeti. Her friends scoff. A Yeti is imaginary. If anything, Gina points out, the picture is of a Sasquatch. Angela's friends are positive Angela has simply taken a picture of her own thumbprint. Angela wants to prove them wrong and begs them to stake out the park so they can all catch a glimpse of the Yeti. Reluctantly, they agree. A rumbling is heard in the bushes. Is it a Yeti? No, it's merely Mark and Derek playing football. Another rumbling follows, but again, not a Yeti. Frustrated, Gina, Johnny and Gordy leave Angela to her own devices. As soon as they're gone, the Yeti appears. Angela is going to be famous. She and the Yeti will appear on the cover of countless magazines. Too bad the Yeti is really Mr. Mapperson in a big parka. Unable to admit defeat, Angela decides in her heart of hearts that the Yeti is real and knows she'll get another glimpse someday.
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EP2 Your So Vain Sep 17, 2001

Canine To Five Angela happens upon Mr. Mapperson one day while he walks his dog Sticky Buns. Poor Mr. Mapperson can hardly find the time to walk his pooch. One thing leads to another and Mr. Mapperson offers Angela a job as Sticky Buns' walker. Angela reasons that she likes dogs and she likes money. So, she not only takes Mr. Mapperson up on his offer, she offers her services to every dog owner of Tapwater Springs. Unfortunately, it seems all of Tapwater Springs takes Angela up on her offer. Angela has too many dogs to walk. Ever the entrepreneur, Angela enlists her friends to help her. Now it is her friends who are overworked, while Angela pays them less then what she is making. Angela is making a profit off of her friends' sweat and tears! When they get wind of her scheme, they leave Angela to her own devices. It seems her life has gone to the dogs, literally. Yellow Book Road Angela and her friends eagerly await the arrival of Ms. Yamagachi's Bookmobile. When the Bookmobile finally arrives, Angela happens upon "The Wizard of Oz". But Bunny Manoir learns that Angela's book deals with wizardry and witchcraft and demands the book be banned. Ms. Yamagachi refuses to ban such a beautiful book. Soon a book-banning mob is mobilized. The Bookmobile is surrounded. Ms. Yamagachi, with the support of Angela, Gina, Gordy and Johnny, has no choice but to drive the Bookmobile to safety. Only, Bunny manages to hang on to the Bookmobile as it speeds away. She startles everyone and the Bookmobile ends up stuck in a ditch at the side of some abandoned road. Nothing anyone can do will get the vehicle going. To pass time, Ms. Yamagachi reads "The Wizard of Oz". Bunny admits that this is the first time she's heard the story - she actually likes it. She can truly empathize with the misunderstood woman who rides the broom. Now, if only they can find a way to get back home, because, well, there's no place like home.
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EP3 Jimmy Jamal, Super Beetle / I'm With Stupid Sep 24, 2001

Jimmy Jamal, Super Beetle Jimmy Jamal has been acting weird lately. He thinks he's a super hero, Super Beetle to be exact. Some people are willing to believe in Jimmy's crime fighting powers. Angela and her pals are skeptical. Johnny offers to try and talk some sense into him. This turns out to be a mistake. Jimmy ends up convincing Johnny that he would make a great sidekick. Thus Krazy Kricket, nee Johnny Abatti, is born! But what's this?! There seems to be a crime in Tapwater Elementary that needs to be solved after all. Sherman, the class chicken, has gone missing. All fingers point to Angela as being the chicken snatcher. The once skeptical Angela is now forced to beg Super Beetle and Krazy Kricket to prove her innocence. They carefully gather all sorts of clues and evidence only to reveal... Angela is guilty. This crime-fighting duo is really a crime-fighting dud. It looks like Angela will have to solve this chicken caper herself. I'm With Stupid Show and Tell grows increasingly boring every time it's Angela's turn to show and tell. The things she brings to share with the class just aren't very interesting. Angela needs to find something that will grab everyone's attention. She enlists the help of her father. He offers her the use of his former ventriloquism dummy - a cow named Mr. Mooey. Mr. Mooey is an instant hit with the class. They love his cow-rific puns and biting sense of humor. What Angela's class doesn't seem to realize, is that Mr. Mooey is merely an extension of Angela. In fact, everyone becomes so enamoured with the wooden bovine he becomes the center of attention while Angela is completely ignored. When Angela leaves Mr. Mooey at home, her friends become upset at his absence. It seems that the only way for Angela to win her friends back from Mr. Mooey is to turn him into Mr. Meany. Soon the cow's caustic jokes turn Angela's friends against him and she gladly puts him back in storage.
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EP4 Saturday Night Gordy / Derek's Better Half Oct 01, 2001

Saturday Night Gordy Thanks to Nanette and her not-so-great ideas, Angela finds herself at a school dance with Gordy Rhinehart as her assigned partner. Surprisingly, once some funky music starts playing, Gordy morphs into a dancing god. He shakes his grove thing better then any other in Tapwater Springs. Soon Connie Brinks is offering Gordy and Angela the chance to dance on his local television show. Angela jumps at the opportunity. All she has to do is convince Gordy the show is a good idea. With a little persistence, he agrees - on one condition: Angela has to keep him happy. Which would seem simple enough until Gordy transforms into the ultimate Diva, demanding such things as having every pea removed from his casserole. Angela manages to endure Gordy's rock star posturing until the day of the television taping. While Angela stands in the studio wings, waiting for her name to be announced, Nanette's is called instead. Has Angela put up with Diva Gordy for nothing? Derek's Better Half Bill and Geneva are going out on a date tonight and have opted to get Angela a "youth companion". Normally Mark and Derek would look after her, but they have an evening of monster trucks to look forward to. Enter Raven, a student from Geneva's community art class who also happens to be the same age as Mark. Raven has graciously accepted the position as Angela's companion. And Mark couldn't be happier! He instantly falls head over heals. Soon he and Raven are ditching Angela and Derek so that they can go to the monster truck show instead. Angela is angry. For starters, Angela thinks that Raven is cool and can't figure out what she sees in Mark. For another, with Mark gone, Angela is stuck with Derek! The Raven/Mark romance continues for several days. Raven promises to do cool things with Angela but Mark and his stupid romance thwarts all plans. Derek continues to get more miserable without his best friend brother at his side. When he's miserable he makes Angela miserable. She has no choice but to put the kibosh on the young lovers' love.
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EP5 There Goes The Neighborhood / Open All Night Oct 08, 2001

There Goes The Neighborhood A new boy, Stu Wu, has moved into the neighborhood and Angela is the first to meet him. He seems incredibly cool. Angela hurries to find her friends so they can meet him too. While waiting for Gina, Johnny and Gordy to show up, Angela decides to help Stu unpack. Suddenly, Stu seems incredibly creepy. His coolness is gone. Angela leaves in order to tell her friends to not bother meeting Stu. They don't believe her and insist on meeting him anyway. To them, Stu seems like a great kid. He even lets them play with his skateboard. Angela finally relents and decides maybe Stu isn't a creep. So she decides to help him decorate his room. She runs to her house to get a few things. Upon her return, the creepiness of Stu is even more apparent. This Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde routine is easily explained when Nanette Manoir appears at Stu's side. Of course, when Stu is with Nanette, he becomes a creep. Or... Stu Wu has a twin named Ray and Angela has been confusing the two since the get go! Open All Night Angela is having trouble falling asleep. In fact, she hasn't slept in a couple of days - ever since a water main broke in her house. The lack of sleep is starting to take its toll. She's putting toothpaste in her hair, putting clothes on backwards, she's even tripping over her friends. Clearly something has to be done. Gina, Gordy and Johnny decide to help Angela cure herself of the dreaded insomnia. Gina thinks a full stomach will help Angela and is quickly feeding her. The food makes Angela more ill then tired. Gordy suggests aroma- therapy candles. Unfortunately, just as the candles are lit, the fire alarms are set off. Since school has always put Johnny to sleep, he suggests a mental test will tire Angela out. However, he poses a question that no one can answer, and Angela becomes frantic thinking about it. The only solution now is to trace her steps and find out what use to put her to sleep. Turns out... it was a drippy faucet that caused the water main to brake a couple of days ago!
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EP6 Pranks For The Memories / Space Camp Oct 15, 2001

Pranks For The Memories Angela can not remember a single day when she has not gotten into trouble with Mrs. Brinks. Today looks like it could be a first. School is almost over and Angela is beaming over the fact that she does not have eraser clapping duty or detention. Of course, Mrs. Brinks distrusts Angela's smile and gives her detention just for suspecting Angela is up to no good. Well, that's it! Angela has had enough. If she's going to get into trouble for things she doesn't do, she might as well start actually causing some trouble. She enlists her brothers for help. After all, they are master troublemakers. They torture her during the learning process but it's worth it in the end. With her smarts combined with their pranking abilities, Angela is ready to become a master prankster. Soon the school is turned on its ear. Angela cranks out fabulous prank after fabulous prank. So fabulous are her pranks, no one suspects her. Well, Angela decides she wants credits for her hard work. However, her brother's taught her that a master prankster never gets caught. How is Angela going to get the credit she deserves and not get into trouble for it? Space Camp Angela and a few other children of Tapwater Springs are at Space Camp. They all have high hopes of becoming junior astronaut. However, Astronaut Bob informs them, only one kid can become a junior astronaut. Competitions will be set up - the loser of each competition will be eliminated until only one person is left. Angela desperately wants to win. Unfortunately, so does Nanette. So, at each competition, Nanette and Angela try to eliminate each other. Angela tries to make Nanette laugh her way out of a competition - Gina ends up losing through a fit of giggles. Nanette tries to eliminate Angela via cheating - January and Karlene end up being thrown out instead. In fact, each time the two enemies try to eliminate one another, an innocent bystander gets ousted. Finally, only Angela, Johnny and Nanette remain. Angela decides that since Johnny has been playing fairly from the beginning, and really only ever wanted to have fun, she will help him win. Besides, all that really matters in the end is that Nanette loses.
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EP7 The Curse Of Baby Lulu / Funny Photos Oct 22, 2001

The Curse Of Baby Lulu Baby Lulu utters a bad word. Bill and Geneva are aghast and demand to know who taught the baby such filth. They go around the room, questioning those who came into contact with Lulu today. Uncle Nicky was the last to handle her. He was dropping by the house to pick up Johnny when Mark and Derek left the tot in his care. But all he did was play "this little piggie" with her. He's innocent! Well, Mark and Derek had Lulu before Nicky. Surely they must be guilty of teaching her smut. However, they're innocent too. All they did was try to teach Lulu how to play football. Which leaves-Angela. She took care of Lulu for most of the day. And, Angela has never been one to shy away from trouble. Clearly she is the culprit. Bill is about to lay punishment when he suddenly remembers something. He actually had Lulu before Angela. And while he was taking care of her, he hurt his finger - badly! So maybe Angela isn't guilty, and needn't be punished. That said - who gets to punish Bill?! Funny Photos Angela and her friends discover a section of the newspaper known as "Funny Photos". This is where embarrassing photos of local townspeople are printed. Not only are the pictures hilarious, they can be profitable. The newspaper pays people for their funny submissions. The kids take pictures of themselves making silly faces and send them off. They are promptly rejected and told that their photos lack humor. Ever resourceful, the friends decide to orchestrate some "accidents". They start off by creating a huge mud puddle surrounded by banana peels. Surely someone will jog by, slip in, and provide the perfect photo opportunity. The scheme backfires. As do all their later schemes. Every time Angela attempts to embarrass someone else, she or one of her friends become victims of their own plans. Conveniently enough, Nanette has been present for all of Angela's backfired schemes. And thanks to Nanette, Angela's pictures do end up in the "Funny Photos" section after all - however, Angela's not the photographer.
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EP8 Nonna's Lib / All My Students Oct 29, 2001

Nonna's Lib Nonna Abatti is late getting to a library book sale. The only book left that seems appealing is one entitled "The Cry of the She-Wolf". It turns out to be a feminist manifesto. A few chapters in, Nonna realizes that as a woman, she's being taken advantage of. She will no longer be a slave to the kitchen and denounces the possibility of any future pizza making. Well, Angela and her friends are happy that Nonna is taking charge of her own life. But they wish she'd leave her wonderful pizza out of the process. Uncle Nicky doesn't know the secret recipe. The kids try to help him out but only Gordy knows how to cook. And all he can make are eggs! The kids tell Nonna that she is greatly missed in an effort to win her back. She misunderstands their compliments and only gets angrier. All hope seems lost until Nonna finally gets to the final chapter of "She Wolf". There, Nonna reads that an independent woman should have her own business and be her own boss. Thanks to Abatti's pizza, she is an independent woman. So really, there's never been any shame in making pizza. All My Students Mrs. Brinks has been teaching at Tapwater Elementary for countless years. A jubilee is to be thrown in her honor and of course, Nanette, has been put in charge of organizing the proceedings. She makes Angela in charge of finding local townspeople to perform tribute acts. Nobody in town has fond memories of Brinks' teaching style and naturally, nobody wants to be part of a tribute for her. When Angela exhausts all possibilities within the town, she decides to look outside of Tapwater Springs. She searches Mrs. Brinks' old yearbooks and discovers an inscription that reads "love always". Eureka! She found a student who actually liked his teacher. Even better, the student is now the famous soap opera actor Corey Cray. Better still, when Angela calls him up, he agrees to be part of the tribute. When the town gets wind that Corey Cray is going to be part of the show, then they all want to get into the act. Angela is suddenly a success as an entertainment coordinator. That is, until Corey Cray cancels at the last minute. Will Angela be able to save the show?
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EP9 Snow Day / The Puck Stops Here Nov 05, 2001

Snow Day Tapwater Springs is covered in snow. Surely school will be canceled today. Just to be on the safe side, Angela performs some superstitious rituals. The radio announcer finally announces Tapwater Elementary will be closed. Angela quickly grabs her toboggan and finds her friends. They go to their favorite toboggan hill. Nanette promptly ruins their fun. Nanette's father is building a French beauty school on the property; Angela and her friends are trespassing. They find another hill. All seems well until Mrs. Brinks and her husband toboggan on by, naked! Not wanting to spend their day off with their nudist teacher, the kids find another hill. All seems well until they toboggan into leftover spaghetti. It turns out this perfect hill is located in the city dump. The kids give up. But then, in the distance, they see it: the most perfect toboggan hill ever. All seems well, until, Astronaut Bob appears. The kids are trespassing again and this time on Astronaut Bob's high security property. Will Angela's hero be happy to see her, or will he throw her in jail? The Puck Stops Here Angela has delusions of hockey grandeur. Her team -made up of Gina, Johnny and Gordy - will be playing their first game in three days. The problem is, Angela has a tendency to daydream. During one such daydream, Angela gets hit in the stomach with a puck. This puts the fear of hockey into her and she refuses to play anymore. But her friends need her to play. Angela makes them a deal. If each of them will face their worst fear, she will face hers and play hockey. Gina goes first. She's afraid of the basement. She makes her ways down the dark stairs, only to discover her mother keeps all sorts of great food down there. That's one fear gone! Johnny is next. He's afraid to tell his Nonna that she feeds him too much. With great conviction, he tells a sympathetic Nonna how he feels; she's more then happy to give him a half serving of food. Gordy is afraid of germs. Johnny lends him Uncle Nicky's toothbrush. As gross as it seems, the germs don't kill him. So, it's Angela's turn. Will fear get the best of her? Or will she fight her fear and lead her friends to a hockey victory?
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EP10 Diving Miss Angela / Window Pain Nov 12, 2001

Diving Miss Angela While on a field trip to Oceanland, Angela falls in love with the whales. She wants to become a marine biologist. Grandma Lou is over for a visit and she's brought along a periscope. This piece of equipment is all Angela needs to begin. She is soon at the beach with her friends, searching for signs of sea-life. They happen upon Ms. Yamagachi's scuba diving class. What luck! Angela would love to take lessons. Unfortunately, she's too young. Nanette is in the class; however, she has previous experience bought for her by her father. Angela needs scuba experience in order to take the class. She will need an instructor. Grandma Lou will do in a pinch! Grandma Lou won't let Angela swim in the lake for her first dive, too dangerous. They need to find a pool. Nanette has a pool but she would never let Angela swim in it. Grandma Lou suggests that they use it anyway, when nobody is looking. Of course, they get caught. While in the pool, Angela finds some jewels Bunny Manoir was missing. Angela falls in love with the rocks and decides that instead of marine biologist, she'll become a geologist. Window Pain Geneva wants to enter an art contest with the local museum about the reality of family life. Angela suggests their family be used as inspiration. Geneva takes Angela's suggestion one step further and soon the Anaconda's find themselves living in a replica of their house as part of a museum exhibit. This means the Anaconda's are to live their lives with others watching. Angela's only break from being on view is when she's in class. She's hesitant at first. When she realizes that the museum patrons find her entertaining, she warms up to them. Some of them even help her with her homework. Maybe this art exhibit won't be so bad. Suddenly Nanette shows up just as Bill is doing something embarrassing. The incident is the talk of the school next day. In fact, everything that the Anaconda's do in the museum display is up for discussion. Angela hates being the center of this type of attention. The only way out of the situation, it seems, is to watch the audience and make them understand what it's like to be stared at.
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EP11 Part Time Jerks / Out On A Limb Nov 19, 2001

Part Time Jerks Angela is at Budgie Burger with her friends and brothers. Angela's friends have enough money to pay for their burgers; Mark and Derek do not. Mind you, they discover this after eating them. So, in order to avoid juvenile detention, Mark and Derek take jobs. The main motto of Budgie Burger is; the customer is always right. Angela reasons that as long as she is buying something, she is a customer and not just Mark and Derek's sister. They have to treat her with respect no matter what she does. She and her friends decide to torture them. They torture them quite well too. Then the store manager announces that employee of the month will be announced soon. Whoever is chosen gets six tickets to the coolest amusement park in town. Mark and Derek are too dumb to get chosen on their own. Angela now has to help them achieve success. She and her friends do everything they can to make Mark and Derek look good. Can enough ever be done to make those two look good? Out On A Limb Nanette blurts out that her father will be building a new mall. The mall will be built where the old oak tree now stands. In other words, Nanette's father plans to tear the beloved tree down! The tree is the oldest, largest tree in the city. Gina, Johnny and Gordy all want to pay their last respects to the old tree. They have many fond memories of climbing it. Angela remembers that she's never actually climbed it, she's taken in for granted. When her friends are finished, Angela decides to have a climb. Getting up is the easy part, she's afraid to come down. A reporter comes by to do a story on the tree. He demands Angela come down, to get out of his camera shot. She refuses. He takes her refusal as a sign of protest, assuming she wants to save the tree. Angela becomes the lead story on the six o'clock news. People come by to congratulate her, to encourage her. No one comes by to help her down, not even her parents. It looks like Angela might be stuck in the old oak tree forever. That is, until Howell Manoir caves in and decides not to tear it down after all.
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EP12 Enter The Angela / If The Shoe Fits Nov 26, 2001

Enter The Angela Mark and Derek are torturing Angela in their normal brotherly fashion. Unable to do anything, she seeks out the help of Coach Rhinehart. He teaches her karate, in particular, he teaches her how to do a karate flip. Oddly enough, as soon as Angela learns these new skills, Mark and Derek stop bothering her. She begs them to bother her so that she can flip them. They're just not up to it. Angela asks her friends at school if anyone is interested in a karate demonstration. She's more then happy to flip a volunteer. Nobody seems particularly interested. Angela is itching to flip someone! On cue, Nanette comes by. She's half way through a sentence when Angela flips her. For no reason other then Nanette is always bothering her, it was pure reflex. Quickly Angela is brandished with the reputation of school bully. Not even her friends want to hang out with her. Self-defense is great when protecting yourself from others, but what do you do to protect yourself from you? If The Shoe Fits Angela is forced to accompany her brothers as her mother buys them a new pair of shoes. Since she doesn't go through shoes as quickly, she's not getting a new pair. Of course, there's no reason for her not to try on a pair of funky orange runners. A couple of distractions later, Angela is on her way home when she notices she forgot to take the store shoes off. She's a thief - but only by accident. She convinces her friends to help her return the shoes before she gets into trouble. In order to do that though, the orange shoes have to remain in perfect condition and Angela's parents can't find out. Angela's friends are forced to carry her over puddles and other such schemes. At one point, Angela has to cover her shoes with bags and invent a new game called "bagfoot" just to keep her parents from noticing anything out of the ordinary. Everything seems to work out fine. Angela makes it back to the store but there's a police officer at the entrance, waiting for somebody. Is Angela too late? Is the officer there to arrest her?
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EP13 Dr. Ducksworthy / Speak No Evil Dec 03, 2001

Dr. Ducksworthy Angela and her friends are playing Hospital Beach; a game based on a popular soap opera. Johnny is in need of an operation. The only qualified physician is his sock puppet, Dr. Ducksworthy. Angela gets so caught up in the game, she throws Dr. Ducksworthy out the window. The poor puppet gets caught in a tree. Johnny tries to rescue it, but he injures himself in the process. Johnny ends up in a real hospital. He's going to need x-rays but is afraid of the machine. He desperately wants Dr. Ducksworthy by his side. Unable to get him down from the tree, Angela decides that she'll just have to make Johnny a new puppet. Gordy and Gina reluctantly go along with Angela's plan. They're afraid that a different puppet might give Johnny bad luck. Wouldn't you know it, as soon as Angela gives Johnny the fake Dr. Ducksworthy, bad things happen. When a person is in the hospital, the last thing they need is bad luck. Will Angela be able to fix this situation, or is Johnny doomed? Speak No Evil To show her solidarity with local broccoli farmers, Josephine has taken a vow of silence to protest the ongoing drought. Sensing that Angela is unable to answer a question in class, Gina blurts out that Angela is also taking a vow of silence. Angela, according to Gina, is ceasing to speak in order to protest poor teacher wages. Mrs. Brinks is thrilled. Angela is more then willing to go along with this deception; it will get her out of doing schoolwork. Keeping quiet is more difficult then it seems. Not being able to speak in school means she's not able to discuss her favorite television shows, unable to accept offers of delicious desserts, unable to participate in show and tell. Angela has to find someone to talk to. Luckily, Josephine Praline has a make shift confessional set up at school. The kids can tell her anything and she's promised to not repeat a thing. So Angela confesses. Josephine can't let Angela's deception go unpunished but at the same time she can't go back on her secrecy promise. However, it has recently rained, and Josephine can think of many ways to use her voice that may get Angela talking.
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EP14 The Non-Non Fight / Driving Me Crazy Dec 10, 2001

The Non-Non Fight Geneva is furious with her former childhood best friend Cokie. Cokie owns a store that advertised one free gift with each purchase. Geneva bought two items but Cokie only gave her one gift: a child's toy. Geneva tosses the toy to Angela and Gina. In order to avoid a fight, the two decide that Angela will get the toy and Gina will get Angela's school Jiggly Fruit. The two will do whatever they can to avoid a fight and end up like Geneva and Cokie. Surely the friendship between Angela and Gina can withstand anything. The two become sickly sweet with one another. Nanette is nauseated. She does what she can to test Angela and Gina's bond. The friends fail. They figure that the best way to avoid a fight is to avoid each other. They can't fight can't if they can't speak. This just makes things worse because now they are unable to talk about their problems. So they explode and have a huge fight. Will they be able to kiss and make up or will they end up harboring a lifetime of resentment like Geneva and Cokie? Driving Me Crazy Today is the grand opening of a new toy store. As part of the celebration, a raffle is being held. A motorized car is the grand prize. There's one catch: in order to claim the prize, you have to be present when your name is called. Gina, Gordy and Johnny don't want to stick it out. They give their tickets to Angela and leave. Naturally, Angela wins. Though she's not sure with whose ticket. Her friends claim that since she might have won with one of their tickets, they all have ownership of the car. They reluctantly agree to share with one another. Greed gets the better of them and they decide to split the car in four quarters. Josephine, over hearing their problem, tries to help settle the matter. She tells them: who ever loves the car the most, should get to keep it. Each of them, in turn, demonstrates how much they love the car. Josephine concludes that they all love the car equally; but whoever loves the car the most will set it free. Each in turn sets the car free. Now that the car belongs to no one, Josephine is more then happy to take ownership of it!
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