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I am Weasel

Season 3 Episode 5

Dessert Island

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Aug 19, 1998 on Cartoon Network
9.6
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Dessert Island
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Weasel and Baboon end up on a "Dessert island", an island made mostly out of sweets.

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  • Weasel and Baboon are trapped on a desert island? Nope, on a dessert island!

    8.3
    The episode begins with Weasel and Baboon awakening as castaways on an island in the middle of nowhere. Baboon panics as soon as he wakes up, saying that he's only flesh and bones (not true! he's really chubby in this episode) and that they need to get off that desert island.



    Weasel soon discovers that they are not on a desert island, but on a dessert island! Candy and sweets as far as the eye can see. The sand is sugar, and the water is jelly. The island is however inhabited by little ginger bread men and women, forming tribes of savages. They welcome Weasel and Baboon in their tribe, and teach them their culture.



    That is, until Baboon goes on an eating spree and literally eats everything there is to eat on the island, including all its inhabitants and the giant SOS sign made from candy Weasel made weeks ago. They are stranded, with no possible way to get off the island. That's when we find out they are actually on top of a giant ice cream sundae a kid is trying to finish in an ice cream store!



    Over all, a good episode, with an interesting concept and an unique ending.moreless
Michael Dorn

Michael Dorn

Voice of I Am Weasel

Charlie Adler

Charlie Adler

Voice of I.R. Baboon / The Red Guy (Season 2+)

Charlie Adler

Charlie Adler

Gingerbread Man & Woman

Recurring Role

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Gingerbread Chief/Kid's Mom

Recurring Role

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