Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Goal! (But !)

Season 1, Ep 2, Aired
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  • Episode Description
  • Nana puts a stop to a soccer game that Harry and Charlie are playing when she feels that Harry isn't treating Charlie fairly. Harry doesn't get the message and wants to keep playing, so he decides to go to Dino World. Pterence urges Charlie to come along, saying that games are always more fun there. Once there, though, Harry continues to leave Charlie out of the game. Harry's dinosaurs help Charlie to feel better and Harry learns a lesson in sportsmanship.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Patrick Granleese

  • Mark Holloway

  • Graham Ralph

  • Ellen Ray Hennessy

    Nana

  • Andrew Sabiston

    Referee

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Goal! One of the best episodes of Harry and His bucket full of dinosaurs.

    By Sparky95, Feb 10, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Patsy: Play fair, Harry. Charlie is trying her best. Harry: You're just saying that because you're winning.

    • (Everyone picks teams until only Charlie is left.) Harry: (Not happy) Okay, I'll take Charlie. Sid: Harry, that's very un-sportsman like. Give Charlie a chance.

    • Harry: Try to kick the ball past me. (Charlie kicks the ball and it hits Harry.) I said past me, not at me.

    • Trike: Go Blue! Taury: Uh Trike, we're Red. Trike: Oh right. Go Red!

    • Soccer Ball: (calling out Harry on his bad conduct toward Charlie) I don't mind being kicked around. That's what I'm for. But there's no need to kick everyone else around as well. I'm not playing unless everyone gets to join in. Taury: Yup, the ball's right, Harry.

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    Trivia (1)

    • Charlie's name is misspelled as Charley in the closing credits.

    Allusions (3)

    • Bend it like a Brockasaurus: this is a play on the phrase "Bend it like Beckham", which of course refers to British soccer star David Beckham.

    • The BGM played in the stadium bears a striking resemblence to "Get Ready for This" by 2 Unlimited.

    • The Ole' Ole' song sung by the dinosaurs in the opening scene is a traditional European song normally sung during soccer matches.

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