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Johnny and Sage host a game of Johnny and Sage Say during the closing credits.
In a repeat of a previous feature, Johnny hosts a game of "Johnny Says" during the closing credits.
Once again, the guest stars are actors involved in musical theatre. Chita Rivera has been one of the biggest names on Broadway since the late 50s and has two Tony Awards, and Paul Vogt was recently on Broadway in Hairspray.
The premise of "A Johnny for Everyone" is similar to the very first episode of the short segments, "Who's on First?", in which Ginger wanted to play baseball with Johnny, but Basil wanted to read a book with him.
In a repeat of a previous feature, Johnny and Basil host a game of "Basil Says" during the closing credits.
Johnny and Lily play "Lily Says" in an end-tag shown during the closing credits.
In an end-tag, which unfortunately is talked over in part by a Playhouse Disney promo on the original broadcast, Johnny conducts a game of Johnny Says and encourages Sage to join in.
Ginger turns Johnny into all of the following during "Johnny the Mud Troll" -- a mud troll, a pineapple, a lamp, a soccer ball, a cactus, a large unidentifiable plant and a fuzzy.
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.
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.
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.
This episode features the songs "No Spoffle" and "Sleepytime Lullaby." The first was written and composed by Gary Adler & Phoebe Kreutz and the second by Zina Goldrich & Marcy Heisler.
Johnny says that Stu and the Stubbies are singing a song that he wrote. They sing the song "What a Surprise" which Johnny wrote in the story "Root's Dadoots.
For the first time on Johnny and the Sprites, humans appear who are not played by actors who appeared on Broadway. The band, "Stu and the Stubbies" are played by cast members of the off-Broadway cast of the musical "Altar Boyz", but only Carlos L. Encinias has been on Broadway previous to this episode airing.
This episode features the songs "That's What Friends Do" and "Rules Are Made For A Reason." The first was written and composed by Gary Adler and Michael Patrick Welker and the second by Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler.
In "Fuzzies' Day Off", you can see the photo of Johnny and Tina, his sister, that was seen in the story "Johnny's Sister Tina" on the table in Johnny's home.
This episode features the songs "The Hardest Thing To Do" and "Fuzzies' Frug." The first was written and composed by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul and the second was written and composed by Gary Adler & Michael Patrick Welker. The "frug" was a popular dance craze in the 1960s.
This episode features the songs "Time to Wake Up" and "Reason and Rhyme." The first was written and composed by Gary Adler and the second by Michael Patrick Welker.
This episode features two original songs --- "Feelin' Grovey" and "Seymour the Sleuth." The first was written and composed by Michael Patrick Walker and the second by Laurence O'Keefe.