Frances "Frankie" Foster/Duchess
Blooregard "Bloo" Q. Kazoo
In "Everyone Knows It's Bendy", Bloo and Bendy try to get the "last laugh" by taking turns laughing after each other. This "last laugh" gag is also featured in an episode of Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi called "Arbor Day". Ami and Eldwin Blair compete for the last laugh.
When Bloo looks up at the intercom and realizes that Bendy is talking into it, the sink in front of him disappears.
When Bendy blocks the water from coming out of the door, The photo that's glued to Bendy's hand is gone, then soon reappears.
Wilt says that this is the first time he has ever said "no," but he has actually said it in numerous episodes.
Frankie: What happened?!
Bloo: Not me! Bendy did it!!
Bendy: Me?! But I... Oh, I just don't understand. All I ever wanted is to be a good citizen living in peace and harmony under the guidance of the sweet and lovely Miss Frankie and the intelligent and handsome Mr. Herriman, but I am cursed to forever take the blame I did not do! (Starts crying)
Eduardo: (To Wilt) What are you doing?
Wilt: Cleaning Coco's teeth.
Wilt: Because she has intensive plaque build-up and tartar around the gum line.
Wilt: Because she eats too much candy.
Wilt: Because I always buy her too much candy.
Wilt: Because I do anything she asks me to.
Wilt: Because I do anything anyone asks me to.
Wilt: Because I always say yes.
Wilt: Because I can't say...
Eduardo: (Telling Wilt what to say) No. No!
Wilt: Yes. Yes! That's the word I was looking for. I bet if I could say that word, I can watch the basketball game. Thanks, Eduardo!
Eduardo: It was a pleasure to be of assistance. (To Coco) Rinse, please.
Coco: (Depressed) Co-co co-co-co.
Wilt: Yeah, Bloo. Just give it up.
Eduardo: Si, he is too smart for us.
Bloo: No, no, no! He's gotta slip up sometime, and when he does...
Bendy: (Impersonating Mr. Herriman on the PA system) Good afternoon, everyone! I am a stuff-shirted and portly to boot. I hop around like a big, fat dummy, because I'm a stupid rabbit!
Bloo: Aha! (Rushes out the door)
Wilt: Bloo, no!!
Bendy: (Still impersonating Mr. Herriman) Why, Miss Frances! Do you have something to add? (Then impersonating Frankie on the PA system) Why yes, Mr. Herriman! I'm a complete and total poseur!! I try really hard to pretend I'm punk rock, but I'm really just a big dork!
Frankie: (Sadly, after hearing the PA) I'm punk rock...
Bloo: (Rushes down the stairs towards Bendy) AAAAHHH! (Grabs the intercom device from Bendy) You blew it this time, boy-o boy! Heh! You were getting cocky! Thought you'd never caught, but you BLEW IT NOW, buddy!!!
Mr. Herriman: That's it, Master Blooregard! I've had it with your fibbing and false accusations. From now on, no more TV, no more video games, and no more... what else do you like?
Bloo: I like paddleball.
Mr. Herriman: And no more paddleball!
Mr. Herriman: Until further notice.
Bloo: (After the house has been flooded) SEE! He's been lying. He's been framing us all, and playing you two for saps! But I caught him. Yeah, I set up the camera, I put glue on the photo, I sabotaged the marker pen, I loosened the tap handles, I clogged the drains, and I backed up the water system so I can expose him for the fraud he is!
Mr. Herriman: And?
Frankie: BLOO!? You flooded the house!
Bloo: Yeah, but Bendy took a cookie!
(Mac comes up the steps.)
Mac: Bloo, what did you do?
Bloo: BENDY DID IT!
Wilt: NO!!!! NO! NO! NO! NO!!!!
Bloo: ... You done?
Wilt: Hang on. NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!!! ... Okay... I'm done.
Bloo: Bleh, Wilt, these aren't salt and vinegar flavor!
Bloo: I only eat salt and vinegar flavor!
Mac: Bloo, stop it!
Bloo: Yeah, but it's Wilt's fault. And besides, he loves cleaning up messes. (Talking baby-like) Don't you Wilt?
Bendy: WHY DOES THIS KEEP HAPPENING TO ME???!!!
Mac only appears at the very end of Everyone knows It's Bendy.
This is the first time since "Partying Is Such Sweet Soiree" that Mr. Herriman calls Bloo "Master Bloo" instead of his full first name.
Madame Foster's Firebird, which debuted in "Partying Is Such Sweet Soiree" is shown when Wilt washes it in the rain with the owner inside at the driver's wheel.
Human Debuts: Gregory and his parents.
Imaginary Friends Debut: Myopic Patootey, Tubey, Bendy.
Running Gags: 1) In When There's A Wilt, There's a Way, Wilt gets distracted while getting the potato chips for Bloo, so that character holds the bowl of chips intended for Blooregard, and then eats them. 2) In Everyone Knows It's Bendy, Bloo tries to catch Bendy getting into trouble, but he gets accused everytime. 3) Bendy acts like a crybaby to gain Mr. Herriman and Frankie's trust, and not get into trouble.
Animation Studio: Boulder Media, Ltd.
Gregory is the name of the boy that imagined Bendy, and he did not speak at all in the second episode.
Coco does not have any dialogue in "Where There's A Wilt There's A Way."
UK airdate: April 12, 2005.
Bloo and Coco play a GameCube.
"Where There's A Wilt There's A Way" takes place in May.
We once again see Velocity Dodgeball on the show.
Wilt gets accused in both episodes. In "Where There's A Wilt There's A Way," a masked criminal throws money at him and police arrest him. In "Everyone Knows It's Bendy," Bendy uses Wilt's shoes to dirty the whole room and Wilt gets the blame.
Credits: Wilt walking down a long hall to find that Bendy wrote "Wilt, clean this up - Bendy" on the wall.
Duchess makes a cameo appearance.
Wilt's height forces him to fall down, like he did in "Adoptcalypse Now."
Wilt reveals that he can actually use his stubby arm by using it to hold up Bloo's bowl while he fills it with chips.
The second Foster's episode since "Seeing Red / Phone Home" to have two episodes playing at once.
The drawing of Bendy may be a reference to one of Dr. Seuss' characters.
The NBO is obviously spoofing the NBA (National Basketball Association).
n/a: Bloo & Coco Playing
Bloo and Coco are playing on the GameCube, a real life game system made by Nintendo. This is likely because Craig McCracken loves video games. There have also been Nintendo video game references in Craig's other show, The Powerpuff Girls.
Title: Where There's A Wilt There's A Way
This episode title is a parody line of "Where There's A Will There's A Way."
Episode Title: Everyone Knows It's Bendy
The name of the episode is extremely similar to a line in the South Park episode, "Butters' Very Own Episode." In the episode, instead of having the usual SP intro sequence, it gives an intro sequence about Butters, complete with new theme song. The song's first line is "Everyone Knows It's Butters!", very similar to "Everyone Knows It's Bendy." The title also refers to a line - "Everyone knows it's Windy" - from The Association's 1960's song "Windy."
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