Disney's House of Mouse

Season 1 Episode 2

Big Bad Wolf Daddy

Aired Saturday 12:00 PM Jan 27, 2001 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • At the end of this episode, the House of Mouse blows up (thanks to the wolf). But the exact episode after, it's still intact as if nothing happened to it.

  • Quotes

    • Goofy: Hi! I'm Waiter and I'll be your goofy tonight. Now, let me tell 'ya our specials. We have "Bread Knobs and Fish Sticks", "Cruella De Veal", "Peg-Leg Pete-za", "Never Never Lamb", "Stromboli Ravioli" and "Poca-hummus".
      Daisy: Don't tell me that. Tell the guests!
      [Goofy falls through a hole and hits Donald]
      Donald: Hey!

    • [during the bad luck cartoon]
      Daisy: Don't be such a scaredy-feathers!

    • Mike the Microphone: And now, ladies and junglemen, boys and squirrels, it's Mickey Mouse!

    • Mickey: And now, MY very special guest: Big Bad Wolf Daddy!
      Red Riding Hood: Check, please.

    • Big Bad Wolf Daddy: (to the 3 Little Pigs) Where do you hams think you're going? Back in the case!
      Mickey: You can't treat the pigs that way!
      Big Bad Wolf Daddy: No? I've got a "play or filet" contract.
      Practical Pig: So long as we play, he won't filet!

  • Notes

    • The appearance of the Censor Monkeys is perhaps a reference to how, in cartoon shorts, excessively violent (i.e. kids throwing knives at Mickey in "Mickey's Nightmare", or Goofy accidentally sticking his fork into a plug socket in "Mickey's Trailer") or supposedly stereotypical (e.g. the Spaniards in "For Whom the Bull Toils") bits are censored when aired on television.

    • Big Bad Wolf Daddy parodies the musician "Big Bad Voodoo Daddy".

  • Allusions

    • The Mask
      Big Bad Wolf Daddy's outfit is very similar to what the title character in the 1994 Jim Carrey film The Mask wore (the banana-yellow zoot suit and matching hat.) This could also be because the Mask actually morphs into a CGI cartoon wolf when he howls and wolf-whistles over Tina Carlyle in the film, hence Big Bad Wolf Daddy wearing an identical outfit as The Mask's.

    • Girl: Pretty fly for a goof guy.
      In 1999, The Offspring (a band) released a song called "Pretty Fly for a White Guy." This song is still pretty popular today, but its not referenced in a lot of movies or shows, especially not in cartoons.