Johnny and the Sprites

Johnny's Not Invited / Basil and the Beanstalk

Season 3, Ep 9, Aired 3/15/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Johnny's Not Invited: When the Queen of All Magical Beings comes to Grotto's Grove, she throws a party for herself and invites all Sprites and fuzzies. The Sprites are very excited about the party, but are disappointed that apparently Johnny will not be allowed to come. Upset about this, they want to ask the Queen why he wasn't invited, but find themselves too much in awe of her. They learn a lesson in speaking up for themselves, and for others. Basil and the Beanstalk: When Basil has Root grow a giant beanstalk, he finds it stretches to a garden in the sky. He happily picks giant vegetables for his soup, unaware that he's picking food from somebody's else garden. When a giant appears, he realizes he must admit the truth about the mistake he made.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • John Tartaglia

    Johnny and Sage

  • Carmen Osbahr

    Lily

  • Tim Lagasse

    Basil

  • Heather Asch

    Root

  • Jennifer Barnhart

    Featured Puppeteer

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Giant: I eat only what I grow myself and I cook myself.

    • Giant: Fee fi fo foop. Someone is making vegetable soup. Johnny and the Sprites: A giant!

    • Root: Soup, soup. I want yummy soup.

    • Giant: Wait a minute. What happened to my vegetables? Fee fi fo fite. I think I smell a little Sprite.

    • Basil: Okay, Root. I want this beanstalk to get really big, really fast, so it'll grow nice big beans to put in my vegetable soup, so can you get it to grow really big, and fast?

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    Notes (1)

    • Closed-captioning on the original broadcast of "Johnny's Not Invited" misspells "wheatleberry" as "wheelberry."

    Trivia (1)

    • Once again, the guest stars are actors involved in musical theatre. Chita Rivera has been one of the biggest names on Broadway since the late 50s and has two Tony Awards, and Paul Vogt was recently on Broadway in Hairspray.

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