PB&J Otter

Season 2 Episode 14

Lost and Found / Sherlock Otter

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Aired Unknown Sep 18, 1999 on Disney Channel
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Lost and Found / Sherlock Otter
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Lost and Found:
Peanut and Jelly accidentally become separated from their parents at the local fair.

Sherlock Otter:
When several objects vanish around the Otter household, Peanut and Jelly become "Sherlock Otters" and try to solve the mysterious disappearances.

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  • Two great episodes from an outstanding show.

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    Lost and Found



    In this episode, we watch PB&J as they go to the Snooties' carnival. However, the fun ends when Ernest gets stuck in a tunnel on a water slide. Not knowing where, Peanut and Jelly look for Opal, but soon find that they are lost.



    Meanwhile, a number of workers at the carnival are trying to get Ernest out, but always end up slipping and sliding down the rest of the slide.



    Peanut then has the idea to do the Noodle Dance. "You want to Noodle Dance?" Jelly asks. "Now I really know we're lost." They get the idea to go to a high spot to see if they can find their parents. However, when they go to the high point of a slide, they realize that they are too high up.



    Finally, they have the idea to ask someone who works there to help them. He calls for their parents and Opal finds them. At the same time, 2 clowns succeed in getting Ernest out of the tunnel, and they are reunited.



    The song and overall episode are outstanding, and it makes me really wish more people could see it.



    Final episode grade: A-



    Sherlock Otter



    In this episode, Opal has to sew Georgina's shoe back together. It becomes a problem when Butter takes it. Peanut and Jelly become the "Sherlock Otters" and try to look for the shoe. After a lot of thinking, they find it and the episode ends on a good note.



    What I really like about this episode is the song in it. It's well written, and very catchy--something which, in my opinion, is ideal for a good TV show. Final episode grade: A





    Overall episode grade: A-moreless
Gwen Shepherd

Gwen Shepherd

Opal Otter

Recurring Role

Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

Ernest Otter

Recurring Role

Corinne Orr

Corinne Orr

Georgina Snooty

Recurring Role

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