This episode features two original songs --- "Stop and Listen" and "Aloha." Ryan Cunningham and Joshua Salzman wrote and composed the first song, while Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler handled the second.
Johnny: Guys, I'm not going to Hawaii forever.
Sprites: (singing) Aloha
Basil: You'd better go pack.
Lily: We made you a snack.
Johnny: Basil, why are you so upset?
Ginger: Don't speak, just listen.
Sage: What you have to remember is that friends are friends, no matter where they go.
Ginger: I say we march right up to him and ask him why he's going!
Johnny: Oh, hey guys!
Basil: This is terrible! This is awful! Johnny's leaving us for good!
Basil: (to Ginger) You know, I wanted to read to you before, but, well, sometimes it's hard to just get a word in. Hmm. You want me to read more?
Basil: You have any other advice for us about listening? I should write this down.
Lily: Oh, take it, Basil!
Sage: (singing) This flower has a tale to tell if you just let him speak / Oh, he tells stories very well / He told me a great one last week. Ha ha ha!
Basil: Uh, excuse us, uh, Sage.
Sage: What can I do for you, Nutmeg?
Basil: Uh, it's Basil.
Johnny: What was that all about?
Lily: Well, a Sprite only has so many words they can say in a day and Ginger has said all of hers.
Luis: (alarm bells ring and confetti rains) Congratulations, Ginger! You're the first Sprite in over 5,782 years to use all your words. Well done.
Basil: Friends, Sprites, earthworms. No, no, no. Four Sprites and seven fuzzies ago...