Johnny and the Sprites

Season 2 Episode 12

Laugh, Sprites, Laugh / Hola, Lily

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Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Sep 15, 2007 on Disney Channel
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Laugh, Sprites, Laugh / Hola, Lily
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"Laugh, Sprites, Laugh" When out hunting for Onions, Basil and Root instead come upon a growth of laughing lilacs -- special flowers that spread contagious laughter to anyone that comes in contact with them. Johnny comes to investigate the laughter and falls under the spell too. It's a bad situation, as he has a formal dance to attend with his friend Gwen that evening. He and the Sprites need to find a cure for the laughter quickly. "Hola, Lily" When Lily returns from a big trip around the world, she speaks excitedly of all the new friends she's made. She had so much fun that she's invited them all for a party, in Johnny's backyard. To welcome them, she has the idea to teach the rest of the sprites and Johnny how to say "hello" in many languages. Despite her best efforts, though, it seems like everyone keeps forgetting the words.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode features the songs "It's a Funny Thing" and "So Many Ways to Say Hello." The first was written and composed by David Kirshenbaum and the second by Gary Adler & Phoebe Kreutz.

    • QUOTES (13)

      • Johnny: (singing) Everybody's got a language everywhere you go
        Johnny and Lily: There are so, so many ways to say "hello."

      • Ginger: Johnny and Sage had the same idea.
        Root: Mm-hmm.
        Basil: Well, that makes sense. Johnny is the oldest and wisest human in the, um, uh, in the backyard.
        Root: Ah. Nonny's the oldest and wisest human in the whole world!
        Johnny: Thanks, Root. I'll take that as a compliment.

      • Sage: So you need help remembering something new.
        Basil: Yeah.
        Sage: I have just the thing. Oh wait, I forget! Oh, ya'ay! It's back! Ya'ay!
        Basil Great. Wait, what is it?
        Sage: Remember, Ginkgo...
        Basil: Basil.
        Sage: Okay. How I taught you the sprite alphabet?
        Basil: That's right. All 5,280 letters in exactly 3.2 seconds! And then taught me all 7,000 irregular verbs.

      • Lily: So the Fuzzies feel at home, I'm going to teach you all how to say "hello" to each Fuzzie in his or her own native tongue.
        Root: Tongue? Ahh!
        Johnny: No, no, not that tongue.

      • Basil: How was your trip?
        Lily: It was amazing. I traveled all around the world and back again. And you wouldn't believe what I saw.

      • Gwen: So, are you ready for some serious dancing?
        Johnny: Ready... (manly voice) and serious.

      • Basil: Onions make you cry when you peel them. So if we start crying we stop laughing!
        Johnny: Well, it's crazy, but it's worth a try!

      • Johnny: This laughing thing is getting worse! Guys, what am I gonna do?

      • Basil: We got the giggles from those lilacs! Once you hear them, you can't stop laughing!

      • Johnny: (singing) You see, it doesn't take much to get me going
        Gwen: It doesn't take much to go along
        Johnny: The silliest stuff is so amusing
        Gwen: I'm starting to think you're not so wrong.

      • Johnny: (singing) It doesn't take much to start me laughing / It doesn't take much to make me roar / The minute I think of something funny / I find that I'm rolling on the floor.

      • Root: Why are you laughing? Silly little flower. Ha ha!
        Ginger: Hey, uh, what's going on? Why are these flowers laughing?

      • Root: Oh, the onions jumped out of my basket.
        Johnny: No problem. hey, what's with all the onions?
        Basil: Oh. Well, 'm teaching Root all about onionology.
        Johnny: (long pause) Onionology?

    • NOTES (1)

      • Daryl Watson provided the teleplay for the first story and Douglas Wood provided the teleplay for the second story. Hugh Martin directed the first story and Richard A. Fernandes directed the second story.

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