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Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (3)

  • (from \\\'Special Delivery\\\') (Walden sees that the box is open) Walden:It looks like this package has already been opened! Wubbzy, what\\\'s going on here? (Wubbzy sees Walden is serious and stops grinning) Wubbzy:(sadly) I confess Walden, I was playing with your new train set. Walden:(surprised) You were?

  • Wubbzy: (talking on the walkie talkie) Hello, this is Noodle. Widget: No, you're Doodle. Wubbzy: Whatever!

  • Chef #1: The spaghetti and meatball factory! It's gone mad! Chef #2: Mamma mia! I think you're right!

Notes (5)

  • The song 'Pet Party' was played at the end of the show.

  • This is the premiere episode of the series.

  • The song 'Look Don't Touch' was played at the end of the show.

  • The song 'Ask For A Little Help' was played at the end of the show.

  • Walden and Widget do not appear in "New Kid On The Block".

Trivia (7)

  • In "A Tale of Tails", the robot-chicken is activated by Wubbzy and jumps through the wall. It then shoots eggs at Wubbzy and Widget twice more before they decide to see Walden. How is that possible if the chicken left long before that?

  • Widget and Walden do not appear in "Who's That Girl?"

  • This episode introduces a new main character, Daizy.

  • A running gag in this episode is that whenever Daizy tries to tell Wubbzy what she wants to do to help The Wuzzles out as a band, Wubbzy keeps shouting out something she could do even though that's not actually what Daizy had in mind.

  • Goof: When Daisy is cuttingthe cat's hair she puts a bow on its head and tail but in the next shot the bow that was on its tail is gone.

  • Goof: When Buggy plays his guitar it brakes his glasses, but in the next shot they are fixed.

  • Widget and Walden don't appear in "What a Card."

Allusions (10)

  • The Banana Splits: The Fleegle is a reference to one of the characters on the popular 1968 show who was also a dog named Fleegle.

  • With a Little Help From My Friends : The episode title segment of A Little Help From My Friends is a reference to the 1967 hit Beatles song originally off of the popular Seargent Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.

  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: Destructive meatballs falling from the sky could be a parody of the well-known childrens' book Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

  • The Wuzzles: The episode segment title of Meet the Wuzzles might also be a reference to the Disney animated cartoon show about anthropomorphic hybrid animals which originally ran on T.V. from 1985-1987.

  • Meet the Beatles: The episode title segment of Meet the Wuzzles is a parody/reference to The Beatles 1st hit record released in the U.S. in 1964. The opening episode title card also parodies the cover art from The Beatles last album recorded together as a group, the 1970 release, Let It Be.

  • Episode Title: Call of the Mild It is a spoof of the term, "Call of the Wild".

  • Episode Title: Tooth or Dare It is a spoof of the game, "Truth or Dare".

  • (Wubbzy see's a small, wimpy Christmas tree drooping with one tiny red ornament on it.) Wubbzy: Good grief! This is a direct reference to The Peanuts 1965 animated Christmas special, A Charlie Brown Christmas. In that special, Charlie Brown also had a small, wimpy Christmas tree drooping with one tiny red ornament on it, and also constantly said "Good grief" whenever things weren't going his way.

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