Mike, Lu & Og

Season 2 Episode 5

Giant Steps / Night of the Living Ancestors

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Aired Friday 7:00 PM Apr 28, 2000 on Cartoon Network
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Giant Steps / Night of the Living Ancestors
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Giant Steps: Queeks tells the gang about a giant that's coming to the island, then volunteers Mike and Lancelot to collect the items necessary to appease it. They go on dangerous missions to get them, but Mike learns they didn't actually have to go through the ordeals after all. Night of the Living Ancestors: Queeks thinks Mike's music is too loud and the other islanders warn her not to make him angry. But it's too late as he summons the ghosts of the ancestors of the present islanders in an effort to drive Mike off the island. But she makes friends with the spirits, who become bothersome to their descendants.moreless

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    Nika Futterman

    Nika Futterman

    Michelene "Mike" Mazinsky

    Nancy Cartwright

    Nancy Cartwright

    Lu / Aunt Lulu

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Og / Ancestor

    Kath Soucie

    Kath Soucie

    Margery / Ancestor

    Martin Rayner

    Martin Rayner

    Alfred / Mate / Grandpa Willie

    Corey Burton

    Corey Burton

    Queeks / Bos'n / Ancestor

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      • Giant Steps is among the few episodes that shows Mike is afraid of spiders.

      • Metaphorically, the Giant in the first short represents the coming rainy season on the island. The Black Shark's tooth represents the food that grows when it rains, the Geyser Spider web represents being stuck at home during the downpours, and the eggshell of the Waga-Waga bird represents what you have to walk upon when everyone has been cooped up inside for so long.

      • End Credits Song: (Sung by Queeks)

        You thing you've got problems? Try being old, I'm old.
        The problems of youth are too numerous by half.
        But as you get older and start getting bolder,
        You decide that your problems get decidedly finer, don't laugh.
        (Hard Rock beat)
        I'm old, I'm old. But I'm not dead yet, not dead yet!
        I'm old, I'm old. But I'm not dead yet, not dead yet! I'm old!

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