PB&J Otter

Season 2 Episode 17

Follow Your Nose

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Aired Unknown Nov 23, 1999 on Disney Channel
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Follow Your Nose
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When PB&J go off for a picnic, they encounter a family of underground-dwelling Moles. Since the family lives down beneath the ground, they can't see too well in bright sunlight - so they wear dark glasses and use long white canes to move around. But despite the differences between the Moles and Otters, they come to realize that they really do have a lot in common with each other.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • This episode features two songs, "An Oodely-Doodely Day" and "Follow Your Nose." "An Oodely-Doodely Day" is Track 6 on the Playhouse Disney, Volume 2 album release.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Molly: I'm Molly Mole. That's Edward. And that's my brother, Nosey.
        Jelly: Molly, this is gonna sound crazy, but my friend Flick says you use those canes for martial arts. Uh, that's not true, right?
        (Edward uses his cane to perform a series of mock-martial arts maneuvers. Flick screams in fear.)
        Molly: Cut it out, Edward. We just use these to feel around in front of us so we know what's there.

      • Flick: Don't you know about moles?!
        Peanut: Sure we do. Dad's got a big one right on the back of his...
        Flick: No, not that kind of mole. I'm talkin' about real moles.
        Peanut and Jelly: Real moles?!
        Flick: Strange creatures that dig dark tunnels under the earth. They're martial arts experts and they carry these numchucky stick weapon thingies!
        Peanut: Now where did you hear that?
        Jelly: Yeah. Who says?
        Flick: Uh, everybody. Moles wear these dark glasses. That proves they're hiding something.
        Jelly: No it doesn't.

    • NOTES (2)

      • The storyboards for this episode are credited to both an individual, Kathleen V. Kerr and a company, Barking Bullfrog Cartoon Company.

      • This episode was developed in conjunction with the American Foundation for the Blind, for November's National Disabilities Month. In the episode, the characters are seen reading Braille and using senses other than their vision to navigate.

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