Johnny and the Sprites

Season 2 Episode 6

Seymour's Guest / Root of Passage

Aired Saturday 7:30 AM Feb 10, 2007 on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

    • This episode features two original songs --- "Git Along Little Sprites" and "Through the Portal." The first was written and composed by Michael Patrick Walker and the second by David Kirshenbaum.

  • Quotes

    • Johnny: (singing) Walk through the portal / Keep on and you'll come through it.

    • Lily: I could just squish you to bits.
      Root: Lily, I can't breathe!

    • Basil: Everybody shake your cone
      Johnny, Sprites and a Fuzzy: He'll walk through the portal all alone.

    • Basil: Time to begin the ceremony, everyone! (clears throat) Wugga, bugga, wugga.

    • Johnny: Hey, there. You know, I love doing laundry. It's so relaxing.

    • Russell: (singing) But I can't stay up and not make a sound.
      Sprites: Could you try?

    • Russell: (singing) We got off to a bad start / But I know down in my heart / That we can all be blokes if we try. / It'll just take a little work for us to get along / We're all used to different things, so no one's really wrong.

    • Johnny: Do you know how many verses of "Waltzing Matilda" there are?
      Basil: No.
      Johnny: 397.

    • Basil: You sleep in the day and are up at night. Uh, isn't that backwards?
      Russell: Not if you're nocturnal.
      Root: Noc-noc what?
      Russell: Who's there? (rimshot) Ha ha ha ha. See, you said "knock knock," I said "who's there?" Ha ha ha. Oh, sorry mates, couldn't resist.

    • Russell: (singing, late at night) Rub-a-dub-dub, schwombat in a tub!

    • Russell: Well, names with faces, food with places. That's how I remember things. Nothing like traveling to work up the old appetite. Ha ha ha.

    • Russell: Good day, mates! Russell Schwombat's the name, traveling's my game! Ha ha!

    • Johnny: How's it going?
      Seymour: Actually, not too good, no. My cousin from Down Under is coming to visit.
      Ginger: Uh, Down Under what?

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