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Season 6 Episode 2

Hockey Fan Franklin / Mother Hen Franklin

Aired Weekdays 11:00 AM Aug 01, 2004 on Noggin
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"Hockey Fan Franklin"

Franklin gets the nervous jitters after winning a contest to meet his favorite hockey star. Things only get worse when the actual meeting happens and he feels like he made a fool of himself.

"Mother Hen Franklin"

Franklin becomes overly protective after Harriet scrapes her knee. Mrs. Turtle helps him by talking with him about happened when he hurt himself after experiences such as his first bike ride.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Bear trades his Oscar Ocelot, Gordy Gopher and Marty Mongoose hockey cards for Franklin's Larry Lemming and Wallace Wallaby. Noting that he only gave him two cards, Franklin offers Bear another. He balks, however, when Bear tries to take his Bill Buffalo rookie card.

      • In the fifth season story , "Franklin's First Star," Coyote is Franklin's favorite hockey player. in "Hockey Fan Franklin," Coyote has been mysteriously replaced as Franklin's favorite by Bill Buffalo. There is no mention of Coyote.

    • QUOTES (12)

      • Young Franklin: Look, Mom. I'm skating all by myself!
        Mrs. Turtle: You certainly are.

      • Mrs. Turtle: Do you think you're being too careful with Harriet?
        Franklin: I'm only doing it for her own good.

      • Harriet: Franklin! Let go!
        Franklin: Sorry, but if you go too fast, you could run into something and hurt yourself.
        Harriet: You no fun!

      • Harriet: Giddyup! Ride 'em, horsey!
        Franklin: Whoa, horsey! Not so fast!
        Harriet: Giddyup! Giddyup!

      • Mrs. Turtle: (after Harriet scrapes her elbow) Don't be so hard on yourself, Franklin. These things happen.
        Franklin: But it happened when I was supposed to be looking after her.
        Harriet: It okay, Franklin.

      • Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked going to the park with his little sister and playing all sorts of games with her. But sometimes, just letting her play was a difficult thing to do.

      • Skunk: A Franklin rookie card?
        Bear: Whoa. I'll trade you four cards for that one.
        Franklin: Sorry, Bear. This is another card I'll never trade. Thanks a lot, Bill.

      • Bear: You said you love being part of a team, remember?
        Franklin: That was before I made a fool of myself in front of Bill Buffalo.
        Bear: You were nervous, that's all. There was a big crowd watching.
        Skunk: That's right! If a big crowd shows up at the pond, we promise to tell them to go away!

      • Franklin: So do you think I'm ready?
        Bear: You're very ready. I think Bill Buffalo's in for a surprise.

      • Bear: Sorry I can't wish you luck, Franklin. I'm hoping Bill Buffalo likes my letter the best.

      • Franklin: My name is Franklin Turtle and Iove hockey because hockey is... fun. That's never gonna win a contest. I need to think of something better than that.

      • Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He could build a snowman and play hockey very well. But one day, Franklin learned that teamwork is as important as scoring goals.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The name of the hockey player Bill Buffalo is a clever twist on Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody), who was famous for his "Wild West Show" in the 1800s.