JoJo's Circus

Season 3 Episode 7

My Granny's Shoes

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Aired Daily 8:30 AM Sep 10, 2006 on Disney Channel
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My Granny's Shoes
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JoJo and Goliath are invited to Granny and Grampys' house for some important news, but when they get there, Granny doesn't even remember inviting them. She eventually remembers --- she wanted to tell JoJo about the "Pass it On Show." This is a special program in circus-town in which the "old-timers" are passing down their acts to the younger generation. Grampy is in charge of the entire thing, and Granny is teaching JoJo their old act --- the "Silly Shoe Shuffle." As they get the act together, JoJo notices that her Granny still seems to be having trouble remembering things. She tells her parents about this, and they say that Granny's just getting older and so they need to be understanding. Granny and Grampy are invited to move in with the Tickles. Grampy's okay with the idea, but Granny resists, saying that she can take care of herself. But when the time comes for the big show, Granny admits to being a bit nervous that she's going to forget the moves.moreless

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    Darren Frost

    Darren Frost

    Baloney Ballooney

    Guest Star

    Kate Gallant

    Kate Gallant

    Granny Tickle

    Guest Star

    Joshua Isen

    Joshua Isen

    Young Grampy

    Guest Star

    John Stocker

    John Stocker

    Federico Frogini

    Recurring Role

    Neil Crone

    Neil Crone

    Fellini Frogini

    Recurring Role

    Patrick McKenna

    Patrick McKenna

    Fire Chief Seltzer

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (11)

      • JoJo: (singing) Tell me a story about when you were young / Things that you did and the songs that you sung / Please take me back to the good old days / And tell me a story or two...

      • JoJo: It's showtime, Granny. Ready?
        Granny: You know, JoJo, maybe I am a little nervous after all. What if I forget the words or the dance steps? Oh, I'd hate to ruin the whole act for you, JoJo.

      • Grampy: You're about to see the funniest circus acts from the past, whoa!, performed by the clowns that made them famous and the young clowns who will perform them for years to come.

      • Granny: Now that that's settled, who wants another piece of pie? Gulliver?
        Goliath: "Gulliver?" Oh well... Ooh! (gobbles pie) Mmm.

      • JoJo: Is Granny sick or something?
        Mr. Tickle: No, JoJo. Granny and Grampy are fine, but they're getting older, and that sometimes makes it harder for them to do certain things, like remembering.
        Peaches: And hearing.

      • JoJo: Granny keeps forgetting things.
        Mr. Tickle: We've noticed, sweetie.
        JoJo: And she even called Goliath "Galahad and Gallagher."
        Peaches: Oh my.

      • Granny: Why don't you play with your pet lion, Gallagher?
        JoJo and Goliath: Gallagher?!
        JoJo: You mean Goliath?
        Granny: Yes, Goliath! That's what I meant!

      • JoJo: (to the viewer) Wow. You're really good at jiggling and you're great at doing the silly shoe shuffle.

      • JoJo: Wow. Sounds like the silly shoe shuffle was a big hit.
        Granny: It was, and it will be again when we do it at the Pass it On Show tomorrow.
        JoJo: I cna't wait!

      • Granny: Your Grampy is as funny today as the day I married him, JoJo.

      • Granny: JoJo, what a nice surprise. What are you doing here?
        JoJo: You invited me, Granny.
        Granny: I did. Oh yes, of course. of course I did. And where is your pet lion, Galahad?

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode premiered at 7 A.M., the program's normal Sunday timeslot. However, for those that missed it, there was a special repeat at 11 A.M. This episode was part of Grandparent's Day programming that also included a new episode of Higglytown Heroes.

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