Johnny and the Sprites

Johnny and the Sprites Shrink / Johnny's Gotta Dance

Season 3, Ep 11, Aired 3/29/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Johnny and the Sprites Shrink: When Johnny and the Sprites arrive in Johnny's backyard for a picnic they're having with Gwen, Basil accidentally brings a magic "uh-oh berry." The uh-oh berry is a special berry used in Sprite shrinking spells, and Basil accidentally activates its power, shrinking them all to miniature size. When Gwen finally arrives for the picnic, they find themselves in great danger. She believes them to be bugs and goes to get a flyswatter to swat them. Johnny's Gotta Dance: When Lily hears that Johnny is taking up dancing, she decides that she wants to help him out. She casts a magic spell on his dancing shoes to give him dancing talent, not realizing that he actually wants to practice to get better. After putting the shoes on, Johnny is dancing like a fool, but is unable to stop.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • John Tartaglia

    Johnny and Sage

  • Carmen Osbahr

    Lily

  • Natalie Venetia Belcon

    Gwen

  • Tim Lagasse

    Basil

  • Heather Asch

    Root

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (16)

    • Lily: You -- you wanna practice? Johnny: Yes. I love practicing.

    • Johnny: Look out, fuzzies. I'm outta control.

    • Johnny: (singing) Don't know if this is a trick / But it's quite a treat / I can't stop my dancing feet.

    • Johnny: (singing) I don't know how it happened / But I can't stop my dancing feet.

    • Lily: Johnny, I think you are going to be an amazing dancer sooner than you think.

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    Notes (1)

    • "Johnny and the Sprites Shrink" is the only Johnny story to date to be directed by a member of the cast -- Tim Lagasse.

    Allusions (1)

    • Lily: Bojingles, Bojangles, go up the stairs, left foot, right foot, dancing pair. As Lily casts a magic spell on Johnny's dancing shoes to aid his dancing, she uses the word "Bojangles." This was the nickname of Bill Robinson, a dancer born in the 1800s, as well as the only known name of a legendary dancer whose feats were immortalized in song titled "Mr. Bojangles."

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