Animalia

Season 1 Episode 13

Animalia's Talent-O-Topia

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Aired Unknown Mar 29, 2008 on PBS
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Animalia's Talent-O-Topia
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The Animalian talent contest is here and Zoe assists Allegra in writing a song to perform.

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      • Alex: (asking the judges to critique Allegra's performance) Judges?
        Erno: A little pitchy here and there, but overall, it was really good, mate.
        Zee: You are the best talent in--
        Tyrannicus: Blah blah blah. I know -- "I love you so very much," can't you think of anything else to say?

      • Erno: (commenting on G'Bubu's initial audition) You brought it, gorilla. I'm down with the beat and up with the G'Bubu. I say yes, yes, yes.
        Zee: I loved it, loved it, loved it. It's a yes from me, Zee.
        Tyrannicus: If I'm being honest, that was dreadful. Your drumming not only hurt my ears, but also my eyes, nose, mouth and feet.

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      • Erno: We have got a hot one tonight. Check out that banana beat. You brought it, mate.
        Zee: (tearfully) You are the best talent in all of Animalia, G'Bubu. I love you so, so very much.
        Tyrannicus: G'Bubu that was quite good. It told us exactly who you are -- a simian simpleton. Well done.

        The judging panel of Animalia's Talent-o-Topia is a straight parody of the judges Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell. Each have often been parodied for a set of attributes they normally express in their judging on the program. Randy Jackson has actually been known to say "We have got a hot one." Erno later tells Allegra that her performance is a "little pitchy," another known phrase of Randy's. Paula Abdul is known for often gushing over performances, while Simon Cowell is known for his wry criticisms.