Seven Little Monsters

PBS (ended 2003)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 4

    And Baby Makes Eight

    Aired 10/7/03

  • S 4 : Ep 3

    Don't Pass Go

    Aired 10/6/03

  • S 4 : Ep 2

    The Bad Word

    Aired 10/3/03

  • S 4 : Ep 1

    These Are Your Lives!

    Aired 10/2/03

  • S 3 : Ep 24

    The Big Store

    Aired 2/6/03

  • Cast & Crew
  • Colin Mochrie


  • Sean Cullen

    Four / Five / Seven

  • Michele Scarabelli


  • Joanne Vannicola


  • Dwayne Hill


  • show Description
  • From Maurice Sendak, world-renowned author/illustrator of Where the Wild Things Are, comes Seven Little Monsters. The show stars - you guessed it - seven little monsters, who really aren't so little - they're over ten feet tall! These kids live with their loving Mom at #1234567 Chestnut Street and are definitely not your typical neighbors. The series follows the seven monsters through their hilarious day-to-day misadventures as they confront life's challenges and work together as a family.ORIGIN: The Seven Little Monsters as PBS knows it, began as a branch of the PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch, an umbrella device used to try and bring all PBS stations together to air the same thing Saturday mornings. The seven shared the umbrella with Corduroy, Elliot Moose, Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse, Timothy Goes to School, and George Shrinks. Initially, PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch ran three hours, but after one season, it was cut down to two hours, losing Corduroy and Elliot Moose.When production of the unit PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch stopped in 2002, Seven Little Monsters continued on its own, albeit in a shorter format. On January 6, 2003, the team introduced all-new, 15-minute cartoons, which PBS aired on a double bill with The Berenstain Bears. Eventually, the seven were set even further back when PBS ordered 30 new half-hours of The Berenstain Bears. Ultimately, Seven Little Monsters was taken permanently from the PBS airwaves in 2004.moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (18)

    • Two: I'm making one last promise. Four: What's that? Two: I promise never to make any more promises.

    • Three: Where do you find another family? Four: You don't find another family. You gotta be part of one. Seven: We found Belinda. Four: Belinda is a cow.

    • Four: Seven, watch out for the... Seven: Oof! Four: Ball.

    • Dr. See: I'm Dr. See. What brings you here? One: I can't see, Dr. See. Dr. See: I see. Let's take a look and see what we can see.

    • Dr. See: One has what is called a 'lazy eye.' Two: (imagines an eye sitting on a chair eating chips while watching TV) Five: (imagines an eye dancing around in a field with daisies) Four: (after seeing Five's thought balloon) Five, he said a lazy eye, not a daisy eye.

    • Mom: (to all the monsters except for One) Wanting to be like her siblings is your sister. Wanting the eye patch she is not.

    • (Four suggests to One that she use Balinda to help her get around by holding onto a rope that is tied to her) Four: She'll be your very own seeing eye cow. (One grabs onto the rope and Balinda calmly guides her around) Four: See One? What did I tell you? (Balinda spots a squirrel and starts chasing after it with One still holding onto the rope) One: Whoa! Balinda!!!

    • (One comes out of the optometrist's room wearing an eye patch) Seven: (gasp) They took her eye out!

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    Notes (68)

    • Today, Three is: a racecar driver. This is the first of many role-playing personas that Three portrays for each themed episode.

    • The cow the Monsters bring later became Belinda, the family cow.

    • This episode reveals the following: One is the oldest sibling.

    • three (Brick Brack) plays himself in the bedtime story.

    • Today, Three is: a safari guide

    • The main characters in the fairy tale are Gockle (One); Schnozzle (Two); Grip Graps (Three); Brick Brack (Four); Ringle-Jing (Five); Pinky Pank (Six); Bob (Seven)

    • Today, Three is: detective Sherlock Three

    • Today, Three is: a pirate captain

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    Trivia (7)

    • There's a lip sync goof in this episode. As the monsters depart for the parade, we see Three saying "We won't be home late." Apparently, it's Two's voice whom we hear instead of Three's.

    • The monsters name their puppy Freddie.

    • In Four's fantasy of being rich, Six says she trained 7 turkeys, but there are 8 to my counting.

    • Three says that the cupcakes will be eaten at a picnic, but they eat the cupcakes at home.

    • At the beginning, the city's name was Gollywood, it was not supposed to be used again since Cyberchase took it's name.

    • When Three was saying to Seven that there are something with " ze, beeg, beeg" teeth, Seven said " How beeg?" in a British accent. He couldn't say that in a French accent, because he was born somewhere in United Kingdom.

    • There is a part that Three said " Kudos to everyone." The word " kudos" was used as money in video games of the series of Project Gotham Racing.

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    Allusions (3)

    • The title of this episode is a reference to the P.D. Eastman book, Are You My Mother?.

    • The title of this episode is a pun off of the 1930 film, All Quiet on the Western Front.

    • Though no name is given, the sports announcer's appearance is very similar to Don King.

  • Fan Reviews (5)
  • this show makes no sense watsoever

    By Cappucino_57, Dec 22, 2005

  • a great show

    By kitten_15, Jul 05, 2007

  • When I was younger, I liked this show. I still watch it every now and then, though. It's for kids, obviously.

    By pharaoh2, Jan 04, 2006

  • I remember watching this show when I was little. It was decent kids show.

    By onceinabluemoon, Oct 08, 2007

  • Best kiddy show ever.

    By TigerJester14, Jun 20, 2006

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