Mike, Lu & Og

Season 1 Episode 11

A Bicycle Built for Me / Crowded House

Aired Friday 7:00 PM Sep 10, 1999 on Cartoon Network
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A Bicycle Built for Me / Crowded House
A Bicycle Built for Me: Og finishes building Mike's bike. The problem is all the islanders want to use it, especially Lu, who gets into a battle with Mike as they're trying to ride it at the same time. Crowded House: Thinking the island has too few people, Mike invites people from a cruise ship over, but their presence and the overcrowding gets out of control for the gang.moreless

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    Charlie Adler

    Charlie Adler

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    Jim Ward

    Jim Ward

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Margery: You're so kind to share your bicycle with me.
        Mike: You mean my brand-new, never been ridden by me bicycle?
        Margery: You don't mind, do you?
        Mike: Oh, no. I looooove sharing.
        Margery: Oh, me too. It's like giving a gift to yourself.
        Mike: The gift that keeps on giving and giving...and so how long do you think you'll need it?
        Margery: Oh, just until I finish this chapter. (Writing in her book)

      • Tour Guide: And here we have a typical native family unit; Mother, kid in curiously modern clothing, and a very cranky old geezer.
        Queeks: I'll give you geezer!
        Tourist: (Grabs Queeks' cane) How much for the cane?

      • (After Mike and the islanders are taken aboard the ship)
        Queeks: Do something!
        Lu: Lancelot!
        Mike: Lancelot! Lancelot! I must be desperate. I'm calling a turtle for help.

      • Lu: Your crowds stink!
        Mike: That wasn't a crowd. That was a mob.
        Lu: What's the difference?
        Mike: Mobs stink!

    • NOTES (2)

      • The 3 music groups seen in Crowded House are of Hawaiian, Rock and Jazz.

      • The show's theme song is performed by Igor Yuzov and Oleg Bernov of the Red Elvises. The songs of the series' score were composed by Vladimir Horunzhy, the lyrics were by Charles Swenson, and were performed by the Albonquetine National Orchestra and Chorus.

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