JoJo's Circus

Season 2 Episode 24

Quiet Magic / Too Many Toys

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Aired Daily 8:30 AM Dec 05, 2005 on Disney Channel
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Quiet Magic / Too Many Toys
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"Quiet Magic"

Skeebo is excited about a new magic trick, but his friends aren't so sure. Skeebo's magic tricks haven't always worked out well in the past and have sometimes been rather messy. Skeebo, however, pulls off a great mind-reading trick, to the astonishment of JoJo, Croaky, Trina and his cousin Alex. Perhaps not so much the last one, though, as Alex might just have a little secret.

"Too Many Toys"

JoJo's Mom, Peaches, is holding a garage sale and JoJo wants to know how she can help out. Peaches suggest that JoJo sell some of her old toys, but when JoJo sees some of the things that her Mom has gathered, she doesn't want to give any of them up. Then, as she sees how excited some of the kids get over these old toys that she doesn't really even play with anymore, her mind begins to change.moreless

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    Kristen Bone

    Kristen Bone

    Terra Cotta

    Guest Star

    Arthur Kalendjian

    Arthur Kalendjian

    Alex

    Guest Star

    Phoebe Mcauley

    Phoebe Mcauley

    Maya

    Guest Star

    Stephanie Martin

    Stephanie Martin

    Backup Vocalist

    Recurring Role

    Mark Consuelos

    Mark Consuelos

    Mr. Muscles

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • In "Quiet Magic," JoJo learned some sign language, a way of talking using just your hands. In "Too Many Toys," she learned that when you have something you're not using anymore, it can be nice to give it away.

      • In "Quiet Magic," JoJo learned some sign language, a way of talking using just your hands. In "Too Many Toys," she learned that when you have something you're not using anymore, it can be nice to give it away.

      • Maya's name is misspelled as Maia in both close-captioning and the closing credits. By production order, this is Maya's first appearance on the program, so most likely the correct spelling of her name had not been worked out at that time.

      • Viewers are formally introduced in this episode to a character that in all previous episodes had never spoken and usually only appeared in the background --- Terra Cotta.

      • This episode appears in Yahoo! schedule listings with a first season production number and an original airdate of June 14, 2004. It also appears in other listings with 2004 as the original year. Most likely, this episode was produced for the first season, but held back for unknown reasons. As this episode was produced during the first season, Austin Dilulio provides the voice of Skeebo and David Sparrow does the voice for Mr. Tickle. Goliath does not instruct viewers to clap after the Spotlight Moments.

    • QUOTES (7)

      • JoJo: She looked so sad. And those skates are too small for me. But I bet they'd be perfect for little Terra Cotta. I guess I can sell this one toy.

      • JoJo: What are we gonna do with all this stuff, Mom?
        Peaches: We're going to have a yard sale.
        JoJo: We're selling the yard?

      • JoJo: (singing) You don't have to make a squawk / If all you wanna do is talk / You can learn to talk with your hands.

      • Skeebo: Like I said, I can read your minds.
        Croaky: (awed) I don't believe it.
        Trina: (skeptical) Neither do I. I think it was a lucky guess. Let me try.

      • Skeebo: I am going to read your minds.
        Croaky: At least it won't be messy.

      • JoJo: I really love how hard Skeebo tries, but sometimes his tricks don't work out so well.

      • JoJo: Abracadabra, alakazee. Show me Goliath in 1 2 3!
        Goliath: Ta-da!
        JoJo: Pretty good, huh? I'll show you how we did it. (whispers) But let's keep it a secret, okay? Magicians never tell how they do their tricks.

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