Clifford's Puppy Days

Fall Feast / Norville's New Game

Season 1, Ep 19, Aired 9/9/04
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  • Episode Description
  • #11901"Fall Feast"Clifford, Emily Elizabeth, Daffodil and the family are all headed to the train station for Fall Feast. They enjoy this tradition every year with their grandparents and it's going to be Clifford's first time. Bad weather forces a change in plans, but everyone still enjoys the celebration in the company of friends.#11902"Norville's New Game"On a bright morning day, Clifford wants to play ball games with Daffodil, while she just wants to sleep. After hearing about the prospect of a bouncy game, she joins Clifford, Norville, Jorge, Flo and Zo in the courtyard. The game comes to an abrupt end when the hopscotch lines are ruined, but Norville invents a new game. Unfortunately, his ever-changing rules and refusal to play fair threaten to spoil things for everyone.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lauren Tom

    Shun

  • Orlando Brown

    Evan Thomas

  • Henry Winkler

    Norville

  • Kath Soucie

    Daffodil

  • Lara Jill Miller

    Clifford (Sometimes Credited as Lara Miller)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Norville: Uh, actually it looks like another win for moi.

    • Daffodil: Maybe we can play a new game... not that I want to or anything.

    • Norville: Did I mention that the game involves... hopping? Daffodil: Hopping? Hopping! Well? Aren't you coming along?

    • Emily Elizabeth: So it looks like we're all stuck in the train station for Fall Feast.

    • Emily Elizabeth: Clifford! There you are. You don't want to miss out on this holiday.

    Notes (3)

    • Barry Hawkins is credited as Barry "Baz" Hawkins.

    • Clifford's Idea to Grow On: Play Fair

    • Speckle Story: Speckle and the Cure for Hiccups

    Trivia (1)

    • The events of "Norville's New Game" are directly contradictory to those in "Shun Gets in the Game," in which Norville created a fun game with no real rules and no winners or losers.

    Allusions (1)

    • Norville: Boy, it sure is lonely at the top.
      "Lonely at the top" is a common catchphrase regarding the burden on top corporate managers and a song by Mick Jagger.

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