Johnny and the Sprites

The Sprites Sleep Over / Seymour the Sleuth

Season 2, Ep 7, Aired 2/17/07
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  • Episode Description
  • "The Sprites Sleep Over"When the Sprites learn about the concept of a sleepover, they decide to have one with Johnny, as they've never had one before. Not having any experience with them, they have no idea what to do, but Johnny helps them to see what happens at sleepovers. When the Sprites learn that sleeping happens during a sleepover, they're worried because none of them except Lily have slept outside of Grotto's Grove before."Seymour the Sleuth"When a few melons disappear from Johnny's garden, Seymour the Schmole decides it's a mystery worth investigating. He dresses up as a detective and starts searching for clues. Seymour finds himself stymied in his investigation, not realizing that the culprit is closer than he ever could have imagined.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Carmen Osbahr

    Lily (Full Series Only)

  • Heather Asch

    Root (Full Series Only)

  • Jennifer Barnhart

    Featured Puppeteer

  • John Tartaglia

    Johnny, Miss Moldystew (Short Segments Only), Sage (Full Series Only)

  • Lara MacLean

    Additional Puppeteer

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (10)

    • Johnny: Like our sleuth always says, watch and learn. Seymour: (sleeptalking) Melons, melons, melons...

    • Johnny: So what did you learn from those vegetables, Seymour? Seymour: Well, they didn't say anything, but they're very delicious. Uh, I mean suspicious.

    • Seymour: Hmm. Seems to be some sort of a small, fur-covered, rodent-like mammal that left these tracks. Johnny: Those are your footprints, Seymour. You left them as you walked backwards.

    • Seymour: (singing) I'm gonna nail them and jail them / You try to run, but you can't run from the truth.

    • Seymour: (singing) If a crime has been committed / Then the game is now afoot Ginger: What game? What foot?

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    Notes (1)

    • Rick Gitelson provided the teleplay for both stories and Richard A. Fernandes directed both.

    Trivia (1)

    • This episode features two original songs --- "Feelin' Grovey" and "Seymour the Sleuth." The first was written and composed by Michael Patrick Walker and the second by Laurence O'Keefe.

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