Mrs. Kersplatski: Well, it's always best to get an adult's help, but I'm sure glad you kids kept trying.
JoJo: Croaky's really good at jumping because she's a frog. And you're really good at jumping too.
Skeebo: It's magic.
JoJo: It's really cool, Skeebo. But I need to find Goliath.
JoJo: (regarding "Uncle Flippy" song) I bet you can sing this song really well. Come on.
Mrs. Kersplatski: Why, Trina, the rubber chicken is a noble animal and part of circus history.
Mrs. Kersplatski: We've got some important instructions for all of you. JoJo, that means you too.
JoJo: What do you think? Can you dance like a dancing penguin?
JoJo: Reach up high and wave, wave, wave.
Characters: Mrs. Kersplatski, Tater, Skeebo, and Croaky.
The full names for JoJo and sevearl of her friends are given in "Uncle Flippy's Funny Farm:" JoJo Tickle, Trina Tightrope, Goliath Lion, etc.
Jim Latham, the show's main song writer, is the writer for both original songs in these stories.
The title display for "Up, Up and Away" includes an exclamation mark.
JoJo: (singing) Uncle Flippy had a farm...
As JoJo points out, "Uncle Flippy" should be pretty easy to sing. The lyrics are nothing more than a rewrite of "Old McDonald," a song taught to pretty much every school-kid in the United States and some other countries.