Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends

Night and Day; Cob Fog

Season 2, Ep 14, Aired 10/22/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Night and Day: Stinky and Whiffy are headed off to the Garden Grove Perfume Festival. This adults-only exhibition of scented flowers will be a wonderful time for them, but it means that Grace will have to sleepover with the Spider family and be without their company for nearly two days. At first, Grace begs them not to go and then, once they've left, spends her time counting alone until sunset. She and Miss Spider have a heart-to-heart and she begins to come out of her shell. Cob Fog: The Flying Aces come to Sunny Patch for the Corn Carnival and agree to let Dragon join them for a special performance. As everyone readies for the big festival, Ted and Ned try their best to hide a corncob that they've found. Then, when a major fog rolls into Sunny Patch, Dragon becomes worried that he and the Aces will be trapped and miss the festival. He learns, however, that sometimes being daring means to dare to be safe.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Steve Sullivan

  • Neil Affleck

  • Lynn Reist

  • Andrew Tan

  • Hannah Endicott-Douglas

    Grace

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (14)

    • Whiffy: There's nothing but a sweet smelling flower to make even a stinkbug smell nice. Stinky: Especially an old stinker like you. Whiffy: Hey, who you calling old?

    • Miss Spider: Thanks for sharing, Ned and Ted. Ned and Ted: (grumpily) Yeah, you're welcome.

    • Kids: Woo hoo, popcorn! Ted: Ned, I told you not to bring the lantern into the hole! Bounce: Corn, corn! Poppin' corn!

    • Wilver: I remember my first solo flight. I was a little dragonfly about your age, Dragon. I had to cross through yellow jacket country... Rocky: Wilver, I think we'd better get airborne while the good flying weather is holding.

    • Ned: All those in favor of sharing, raise your hand. (Neither do.) Ted: All those in favor of keeping the cob. (Both raise a hand.) And it's a landslide, Ted. (They laugh gleefully.)

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    Notes (5)

    • In the United States, this episode premiered on Noggin on Sunday, July 13, 2008.

    • Neil Affleck is the director for the first story and Robert Clark is the storyboard artist. Lynn Reist the director for the second story and Andrew Tan is the storyboard artist. Steve Sullivan is the writer for both stories.

    • On Treehouse TV, this episode aired as the second season finale.

    • This episode aired on Treehouse TV right after the episode, "Little Ladybug Lost / A Beetle-ful Family."

    • Grace reads the title display for "Night and Day" and Shimmer reads the title display for "Cob Fog."

    Trivia (4)

    • Wilver, who is introduced in this episode, is voiced by Juan Chioran. He provides the characters with a voice and style somewhat similar to Antonio Banderas (The Mask of Zorro, Shrek 2 and Shrek the Third.)

    • In "Night and Day" when Grace is lying in bed, she sings the "Hush, Little Ladybug" song that Stinky and Whiffy sang to her in the episode, "A Beetle-ful Family."

    • When Grace sees Stinky and Wiffy back from their trip, she calls them "Mom and Dad" for the first time.

    • Per the closing credits, Richard Clarkin provides the voice of Holley in this episode in place of Robert Smith. Clarkin's name appears in Smith's normal place in the credits. Additionally, Philip Williams (Ted), Jonathan Wilson (Ned), Barbara Budd (Betty Bettle), Hannah Endicott-Douglas (Grace) and Judy Marshak (Whiffy) are uncredited.

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