Johnny and the Sprites

Season 3 Episode 1

Gwen Meets the Sprites / A Biddow for Root

Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Jan 19, 2008 on Disney Channel
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Gwen Meets the Sprites / A Biddow for Root
Gwen Meets the Sprites: Gwen is over visiting at Johnny's while the Sprites are outside using magic. When Ginger misdirects a spell to turn a cabbage into a rabbit, she ends up causing Gwen to start slowly transforming into a rabbit instead. The Sprites call for Sage's help, but he tells them that in order to perform the countercharm, they'll have to be in a place where they can see her, and she can see them. They have never revealed themselves to any grown-up human other Johnny before, but decide to give it a go. Despite their fears, Gwen turns out to be a great new friend, and is impressed when they take her to see Grotto's Grove. A Biddow for Root: When all the dust on Root's special cuddle-toy, his "biddow," causes Lily to sneeze, she decides to give it an extra-thorough cleaning. Root reluctantly parts with it and she takes it to her stream to use magic cleanings spells on it, but ends up ruining it instead. Root is upset by the loss of his biddow, but Johnny and the Sprites have an idea. They all get their own biddows from when they were very young and offer them to Root.moreless

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      • A new feature is added to the closing credits, an end-tag. Basil and Johnny host a game called "Basil Says" while the credits play in a fully readable format at the bottom of the screen. Additionally, Johnny now reads the title displays out loud, and summarizes the event and lesson at the end of each story.

      • Johnny and the Sprites all had various "biddows" of their own they kept when they were very young. Johnny's was a baby hat. Lily had a toy jellyfish. Ginger's was a pillow somewhat similar to Root's and Basil's was a moss-covered rock.

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