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Johnny and the Sprites

Season 2 Episode 13

A Very Spritely Holiday / A Sprites Snow Day

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Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Dec 01, 2007 on Disney Channel
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A Very Spritely Holiday / A Sprites Snow Day
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"A Very Spritely Holiday" As Johnny decorates for the holidays, the sprites watch excitedly. They're even more interested when they see him and Gwen giving each other presents. Wanting to do something nice for him too, they design him a very pretty gift. With Sage's approval, they give it to Johnny. They learn that there's something important they didn't know about holiday gifts, but also learn the true meaning of the holidays. "A Sprites Snow Day" When heavy snow comes to the wood, the sprites head for the Grove only to find the entrance blocked by snow and ice. They decide to stay over at Johnny's who has offered them hot chocolate, but Gwen shows up just as they do. She really needs to get on her way, as she has the only snowplow in the village, but she can't remain outside without some type of snowshoes. The sprites come up with many ideas and think hard to help get Gwen on her way.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode features the songs "Brightly Shining" and "Until You Try Something New." The first was written and composed by Stephen Schwartz and the second by Ryan Cunningham & Joshua Salzman.

    • QUOTES (11)

      • Gwen: I know, it must have been some elves who made all this. I always knew this place was a bit magical.
        Johnny: Yeah, magical.

      • Basil: (singing) You're forgetting some important things
        Ginger: Like what?
        Basil: Like humans don't have wings.
        Ginger: Oh, that's true.
        Lily: But you never know what you can do until you try out something new.
        Ginger: Hey, Lily's right.
        Lily and Ginger: You never know what you can do until you try out something new.

      • Lily: You know, I wish we could help her.
        Ginger: I wish we could have our hot chocolate.
        Lily: Ginger! You know, Gwen needs our help.
        Ginger: OK, OK, we'll help her. And then we'll have our hot chocolate.

      • Gwen: Oh ho ho! Wow! Super snowpeople!
        Johnny: Oh, well, thanks. I'm going for the, uh, international snowperson-building competition.

      • Basil: Well, looks like we won't be able to get back to Grotto's Grove today. We're stuck here with Johnny.
        Sprites: Yay!
        Ginger: Hot chocolate, here we come!

      • Johnny: Hey, Lily, your snow sprite looks absolutely beautiful. I love her hair.
        Lily: Oh, thank you, Johnny.

      • Basil: (singing) We're searching and skittering
        Basil and Root: To find stuff that's glittering
        Sprites: To make the very prettiest present we could bring / Brightly shining, shining brightly, leaves and flowers everywhere / Sprites must give a gift that's spritely / One that shows how much we care.

      • Johnny: (singing) Yearly, I climb a shaky ladder / Nearly, collapsing in a heap / I'm scaling these heights again / And nailing these lights again / My house a tradition / I want for it to keep.

      • Gwen: I'm off to help you-know-who.
        Johnny: You-know-who?
        Gwen: You know, the big jolly guy.
        Johnny: No way!
        Gwen: Shh.
        Johnny: (whispers) You're helping Santa Claus?
        Gwen: You didn't hear it from me.
        Johnny: That is so cool.

      • Johnny: Seymour, you ate my popcorn.
        Seymour: Excellent kernel poppage. But next time, more butter please.

      • Johnny: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas. If there's celebrating to be done, I'm there.

    • NOTES (3)

      • The premiere of this episode on Playhouse Disney on December 1, 2007 was part of a special block of programming called "Snow Day Saturday" that also included the premieres of new episodes of My Friends Tigger & Pooh, Higglytown Heroes and Bunnytown.

      • Chris Nee provided the teleplay for the first story and Anne D. Bernstein provided the teleplay for the second story. Mark Mannucci directed both stories.

      • The song "Brightly Shining" from this episode, written by Stephen Schwartz, will be presented by him at "Johnny & the Sprites Live - A Magical Holiday." This is a Broadway charity event that was scheduled to be seen, Monday, December 17, 2007 at the Little Shubert Theater. This event has been delayed until February 2008. Tickets are $65, with all proceeds going to charity.

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