The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

It Takes a Pillage

Season 1, Ep 3, Aired 6/12/05
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  • Episode Description
  • The spirits of Nordic Vikings take possession of the kids.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lara Jill Miller

    Juniper Lee

  • Candi Milo


  • Kath Soucie

    Ray Ray

  • Tara Strong


  • Carlos Alazraqui


  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • June must fight her friends that have been posessed by Viking sprits.

    By Toni_Pendragon, Jul 06, 2005

  • June goes Medieval

    By Numbah314, Jun 19, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Jody: (possessed by a viking spirit) I only wanted love!

    • (all the posessed kids are pigging out) Store Owner: Which one 'a you kids is payin' for this? Posessed Ophelia: I'll pay for it, IN BLOOD!! Store Owner: Blood? Forget it, cash only.

    • Ray Ray: (seeing June and possessed Jody fight) Chick fight on the roof!

    • June: People, listen up. Thank you for choosing aaaa.... Uncle Cappy's Tours. I'm .... Uncle Cappy.

    • June: Then we better leave and do something about it! Monroe: But I can't leave! My soaps are on! Today Monica find's out who the baby's father is! June: It's Roger! DAH! Monroe: NO!! Ray Ray: Hey, June...Your friends are like...destroying vikings right? June: (offscreen) Yeah...So? Ray Ray: Can I come too? June: OK, but you're watching the dog! And bring a jacket! Ray Ray: YES!! You think they're pillaging? I bet they're PILLAGING!!

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    Notes (6)

    • When the episode was redubbed for Brazilian viewers, the "Bingo Tuesdays" sign was mistranslated as "Bingo às Quintas" (Bingo Thursdays). The correct translation would be "Bingo às Terças".

    • The worker of the Viking Casino was throwed to June's ship, and leaves the boat with the tourists. But at the end of the episode, he's back in the viking ship, and the tourist are in the water. Why was he saved and not the tourists?

    • At the end of the chapter, when June falls and Juniper saves her, June have not a shoe, but when she runs to the mall, she have both.

    • Credits: The tourists are still on water waiting for another ride back to the surface. Ray Ray and Monroe are steering the boat back home.

    • The song the chorus starts to sing (before they are possessed) is "Aba Daba Honeymoon," which was first written in 1914, and made an appearance in the 1930 musical The King of Jazz, released by Universal. Twenty years later, the song was a novelty hit as it was sung by Debbie Reynolds and Carlton Carpenter in the movie Two Weeks in Love.

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    Allusions (5)

    • Name: Ragnarock The name Kragnarock is derived from Ragnarock, the apocalypse acording to norse mythology.

    • The way that nobody goes to the Orchid Bay mall is very similiar to the way that nobody goes to the Chum Bucket in SpongeBob SquarePants.

    • When June and posessed Jodi were fighting on the roof, June picks a weathervane off the roof and fights with that. It resembles the final battle in The Crow between Eric and Top Dollar.

    • Episode Title: It Takes A Pillage The episode title is an allusion to the adage "It takes a village..." that was made famous most recently by former First Lady and current Senator from New York State, Hilary Rodham Clinton.

    • Ray Ray: This isn't your body, Conan, and we want it back! Ray Ray makes an allusion to the comic book character Conan the Barbarian, made popular by the Arnold Schwarzenegger movies Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer.

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