Kappa Mikey

Season 1 Episode 6

Mikey Likes It

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Aired Sunday 9:30 PM Mar 25, 2006 on Nicktoons Networks
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Mikey throws away Mitsuki's treasured photo album after learning the joys of recycling. Eventually, Mikey recovers it only to discover that all the photos have been removed. Now he must somehow get them back... or create new ones in hopes of fooling Mitsuki. Meanwhile, Gonard and Lily are thrown into a relationship by Ozu to stir up publicity, only to have Guano interfere and make a love triangle. Who will win Lily's heart? Will it be Guano or Gonard? Only a duel can solve this!moreless

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  • Recycling? Mikey's never heard of it. Mitsuki and Guano try their best to teach Mikey what it's all about. Meanwhile, Ozu throws Gonard and Lily into a relationship for publicity.

    9.3
    This is my favorite of any Kappa Mikey episode so far. It starts out with Mikey throwing trash into the wrong recycling bins. Mitsuki and Guano are astounded that Mikey hasn't been recycling since he has come to Japan, so they teach him "The Recycling Song". Mikey gets hooked, and soon he's throwing anything he can find, including all of his friends' possessions, into their proper bins. Just as Mitsuki walks over, Mikey throws her peronal photo album into the bins, but immediately realizes what he's done and jumps in. He is able to save the album, but all the pictures inside are destroyed. He spends the rest of the episode trying to secretly take pictures of Mitsuki with backdrops resembling all the pictures in her album.



    Meanwhile, Ozu decided that it's time for some publicity. He forces Lily and Gonard to pretend that they are going out, and that they are totally in love with each other. Lily and Gonard go along with it, and each of them realize how cool the other person really is.



    So how does this compare to the other episode of Kappa Mikey? Well, the story is very good. I know that I can relate to Mikey's problem of fixing something he broke to help out one of his friends. The situation also gives you a little glimpse of Mikey's integrity, just when you think that he couldn't get any more selfish. The relationship between Gonard and Lily is pretty cool as well. It shows you that, although a person may not seem to be the kind of person you would want to hang out with, there may be some things in their personality that makes them your ideal friend. I'd say that, as far as Kappa Mikey episodes go, this is one of the best.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (6)

    • The wife from the man who "walked the plank" in "Ship of Fools" can be seen at one of the tables in the restaurant with the pirate from the same episode.

    • When Mitzuki and Guano are first showing Mikey how to use the recycle bins, Lily is with them (standing next to Mitzuki). But by the time they get to the Recycling Song, Lily is gone.

    • The Recycling Song became the first Kappa Mikey clip to appear on TurboNick.

    • The robots from the theme song and the episode "The Switch" make an appearance, dancing along with Mikey, Guano, and Mitsuki in "The Recycling Song".

    • Pierre, the waiter of "The Finest Restaurant in Tokyo", makes his first appearance in this episode.

    • When Gonard and Lily are at the restaurant, the pirate captain from the episode "Ship of Fools" can be seen having dinner at one of the tables.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Guano: (Singing?) Neck tie or some socks.
      Put then in the clothing box.
      But a sock without a pair, sad,
      goes in that box over there.
      Mitsuki: (Singing) Mikey, don't you look so sad.
      Fourty-four catagories ain't so bad.
      Guano: (Singing) You can throw your metal here.
      Plastic bottles, if they are clear.
      Sort your soda cans by size.
      Do it right and win a prize!
      Mitsuki: (Singing) Mikey, don't you look so sad.
      Fourty-four catagories ain't so bad.
      Guano: (Singing) Aluminum or steel?
      You can tell by how it feels. Ouch!
      Lipstick tubes go in there.
      Mikey: (Singing) But lipstick, I don't wear!
      Guano: (Singing) You should take it up, I swear!
      Mitsuki: (Singing) Mikey, don't you look so sad.
      Fourty-four catagories ain't so bad.
      Guano: (Singing) I could tell you stories
      about the catagories.
      Yes, I can tell you stories.
      Robots: (Singing) Yes, he can tell you stories.
      Mitsuki: Like that time you ate garbage as food?
      Guano: I'll tell you that one later, Mitsuki. Kickline, everybody!
      Guano and Mitsuki: (Singing) Mikey, you should be glad.
      Fourty-four catagories ain't so bad.
      Fourty-four catagories ain't so bad!

    • Lily:(Refering to the resturant) This place is so... romantic.
      Gonard: Yeah, like an eating contest.

    • Guano:(Refering to Lily) What makes you think she would choose you?
      Gonard:(Talking while eating spaghetti) Because I am a gentleman!
      Man: Excuse me, that's mine.
      Gonard: And it is delicious!

    • Guano: You see, Japan is an island.
      (Everyone gasps)

    • Gonard: Happy one day anniversary! They said we'd never last.

    • Gonard: I think I broke one of my livers.
      Lily: You only have one liver.
      Gonard: How many do I need to live?
      Lily: One.
      Gonard: I'm in trouble.

    • Lily: Ew, I can't date Gonard! He's Gonard!
      Gonard: Yeah, I can't date Gonard! He's way out of my league!

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • This episode's title "Mikey Likes It" is a reference to the classic commercial in which two young boys pass a bowl of Life cereal to their younger brother Mikey and are surprised when he actually likes it.

    • The recycling robot,(who hands out tickets and later returns Mitsuki's photo album) resembles Tetsuko, the nanny robot from Super Milk Chan.

    • The scene where Mikey is jumping over the metal kegs in the recycling bin is a parody to the first level of the Donkey Kong arcade game.

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