At the end of "Flea", it seems that Pal and Kate can understand what Mrs. Read is saying, although human speech has always been gibberish to them before.
D.W.: (as Juliet) HEY ROMEO, GET UP HERE!
D.W.: (as Juliet) Who are you?
Prince: Isn't this Repunzle's castle?
Arthur: (explaining Romeo and Juliet to D.W.) There's a misunderstanding, and it ends badly.
D.W.: (to Arthur) Come on. You must know something about the birds and the trees.
Emily: Oh, D.W., you don't know the first thing about amour.
D.W.: Oh, yeah?! You'll see! I'll find a prince and then we'll have plenty of s'mores.
For "Flea to Be You and Me," Cusi Cram is credited for 'Story,' while Gerry Capelle receives the normal 'Storyboard' credit.
The original broadcast of this episode was preempted on many PBS stations for a repeat showing of "Arthur's Perfect Christmas."
First airs on Christmas day.