Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs

Season 1 Episode 39

I Can't Find My Favourite Sock! (Où est passée ma chaussette ?)

Aired Weekdays 9:00 AM Unknown on Cartoon Network



  • Trivia

    • This episode is absolutely packed with guest characters, likely more than any other episode of the program. Several of these guest characters have names that are shown only in the closing credits and not heard in the episode. The Great Spirit of the Totem Pole is actually named Thunderbird. The two members of the Hole in the Sock Gang are Augie Argyle and Wooly.

    • Harry gives himself the name of Hopalong Harry. His dinosaurs become Typhoon Taury, Calamity Patsy, Snake Eye Sid and Dinosaur with No Name (Steggy.) Pterence and Trike both decide they want to be called The Raindance Kid.

    • The popular PBSKids program, Arthur also has a story about missing socks, titled The Great Sock Mystery.

    • Listen for a number of musical themes that recall themes from classic western television programs in this episode.

  • Quotes

    • Harry: See? You're a pair. And pairs of socks go together.

    • Great Spirit of the Totem Pole: One last thing. Stay clear of the Crazy Sock Saloon. You don't want to run into the Hole in the Sock Gang.

    • Steggy: The making of a wanted poster was a right good idea, Calamity.
      Patsy: How else is anyone gonna know we're looking for a lost sock?

    • Harry: (cowboyish) Mama says there's a whole bunch of other socks missin'.

    • Mom: We've gone through the entire basket, but no red cowboy sock.
      Harry: There sure are a lot of missing cowboy socks. Where do they go?

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • The Great Spirit of the Totem Pole tells Harry and his dinosaurs that Harry's favourite sock went south as the crow flies. This is an expression that means "due south."

    • The guest character, Clem, from "Nobody's Listening To Me" makes a cameo appearance as the piano player in Crazy Sock Saloon in this episode. He can be seen there, but doesn't have any dialogue. This appearance is fitting --- as Clem had a sort of "wild-west" / "hilbilly" personality.

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