Since when can Rocket sew?
Why was there only one glass slipper at the ball?
How did the snowball on the mountain follow Rocket so perfectly?
While the glass slipper is to fit on the foot of a great female dancer, a large golden crown is to fit on the head of a great male dancer.
Leo: Yeah, June. You're a great dancer.
Annie: I'd just know it would fit on your foot.
(June looks down and checks her right foot)
June: (To the kids at home) Do you think the glass slipper will fit on my foot?
Annie:(Singing in the tune of The Blue Danube Waltz back and forth) Sway side to side.
Leo & Quincy (Singing) Sway side to side.
Annie: To help Rocket Glide.
Leo & Quincy: Help Rocket glide
Annie: Down, up, up you fly.
Leo & Quincy: Down up, you fly
Annie: So low and so high.
Leo & Quincy: So low, so high
Annie: We twist and we turn.
Leo & Quincy: We twist, we turn.
Annie: The dance we did learn.
Leo & Quincy: The dance we learned.
Annie: You're doing the dance.
Leo & Quincy: Do the dance.
Annie: Do the June and Rocket dance.
Annie, Leo & Quincy: dum dum dum
Annie: (Singing in the tune of The Blue Danube Waltz) Get June to the dance, June to...the dance, She must get her chance, Must get...her chance, To try on at last, Try on...at last, The slipper of glass, The slipper...of glass.
This episode is on the Flight of the Instrument Fairies DVD.
June dances with Rocket in this episode.
This episode mostly centers on June.
This episode marks the first time that June wears a ball gown, or really anything other than her regular outfit.
Fourth appearance of Rocket's submarine form.
Leo opens a jack-in-the-box and a banana flies out at the end of the curtain call.
June kisses Rocket at the end.
Music: The Blue Danube Waltz - Johann Strauss
Art: Fish - Andy Warhol
First time June's barefoot is shown.
The glass slipper and the ball are connected to the story of Cinderella.