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Season 1 Episode 10

Am I Blue?

Aired Friday 12:00 AM Feb 16, 2007 on Cartoon Network
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Am I Blue?
The kids turn blue because of Philly Phil and after he does that, they start to think that their success is not due to their talent, but their color. In favor of being "stars", they avoid practice. However when the color wears off, trouble sets in.

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  • The gang except Eddie turns blue and they think that is why they play good. They were wrong.

    Ok so at the beggining of this episode they are getting ready for this big performance but they all get turned blue(except for Eddie) and they do very well but think it is because they are blue. Later they refuse to practice and do blue stuff. Even when they lose thier blue color, they try deperatly to get it back and not to practice. In the end they do very bad, (even though thier blue) and Eddie and Sunny save the day with some music and a lesson. So in the end everything works out. All in all it was a a little better than an average episode.moreless
  • I like the lesson of this episode

    The show, once again, has done well! They do look cool when they're blue! But Eddie's preformance was great! The return of Philly Phil's dad and this time, he really embaresses Philly Phil by telling his freinds of his stuffed animals in the basement! That Mr. Giraffe was hilarious! That freaky stare! And Lil`D never quits with the "image" thing! That poor dancer keeps on breaking her bones! It turns out that the big fella from "Funky Monkey" is sorta like a fan-girl on the "Blue" team. The song's kinda weird, though. Eddie is still hitting on Tamika, like he should! And I never knew that Eddie is good at ventriloquism! Good episode!moreless
  • Odd.....

    Did anyone see a lot of diffrent things with this episode?

    Kam as a pimp?!?

    Lil' D and Philly Phil as twins?

    Madison as a smart person?

    Tamika as a person that would need a lot of control?

    Kim as a rich girl?

    That and the refrance to Jeep and also did you notice the tomatoes?

    The tomatoes are attacking! Its the attack of the not so killer yet just as bad tomatoes.

    Nice to see some of the older characters?

    Mrs. Glunterchouder, Cheeder Man, the two upper classmen, and Mrs. Lopez, Philly Phil's dad, and others?

    A very odd episode. Very odd indeed.

    7/10 - Show.

    7.5/10 - Song.moreless
  • Lil' D and the gang neglects their music talents after Philly Phil turns them blue...literally.

    "Love In The Hair...Net" was kinda disappointing last week, but "Am I Blue?" was able to get this show back on track.

    As always, Sunny is teaching Lil' D and the rest of his friends in hopes they can improve on their talents for an upcoming school event. After recalling some previos incidents, Lil' D is convinced that having a gimmick would help them, using Philly Phil's invention. But his invention backfires on them, turning them (except Eddie) all blue; but instead of being booed off, the gang are praised and soon, they began to ditched music practice, which only resulted them in learning that gimmicks aren't the answer.

    Good and original is how I describe this episode.moreless
Andre Benjamin

Andre Benjamin

Sunny Bridges

Janice Kawaye

Janice Kawaye

Kim Chin/Kam Chin

Small Fire

Small Fire


Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Principal Luna

Phil LaMarr

Phil LaMarr

Philly Phil

Jennifer Hale

Jennifer Hale

Madison Spaghettini Papadopoulos

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (7)

    • When Ms. Squattenchowder is handing out rotten tomatoes at the first concert(when the crew is blue the first time), she says, "Only one per customer." At the second performance(when the band plays horribly), everyone in the audience seems to have at least ten tomatoes on them.

    • Second appearance of Philly Phil's dad.

    • Ms. Squattenchowder (from last week's episode, "Love is in the") makes her 2nd appearance in this episode.

    • When Cheddar Man manages the band, he changes their personalities to:
      Smart: Madison
      Sassy: Kam
      Inventor: Tamika
      The twins: Philly Phil and Lil'D
      Rich: Kim

    • The two directors from the episode Funky Monkey return in this episode.

    • Running gags: 1.) Some of the characters keep saying, "All school." 2.) Philly Phil's stuffed giraffe keeps appearing out of nowhere when something bad happens. The places it appears are:

      Beating Philly Phil at a board game in his basement.

      In Philly Phil's bedroom after Phil said his giraffe thought that the invention would not work.

      Next to the curtains on the stage after Philly Phil turned everyone (except Eddie) blue.

      On Lil'D's bedroom window after he realized he was no longer blue.

      At the end of the episode.

    • Song: Crayon.

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    • The now-blue kids are walking down the halls on the school while the other students get out of their way or just standing in awe. This is a direct allusion to a similar scene in the movie The Craft (1996).

    • The kids turning blue and becoming popular for it could be a subtle reference to the Blue Man Group, a trio of Las Vegas performers who's gimmick is having blue skin.

    • First Girl: What's cooler than cool?
      Second Girl: Ice cold water.
      This is a reference to Outkast's most famous song "Hey yah!"

    • When Lil' D says, "Its a Blue thing. You would not understand." This is a change of Jeep's tag line, "Its a Jeep thing. You would not understand."

      Which itself was taken from the popular line from African-American militant street culture, "It's a black thing. You wouldn't understand."

    • Episode Title: Am I Blue
      It's a take on the song Am I Blue?