PB&J Otter

Season 3 Episode 7

Opal's Magic Mud Party / Leave it to Munchy

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Aired Unknown May 13, 2000 on Disney Channel
2.2
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Opal's Magic Mud Party / Leave it to Munchy
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Opal's Magic Mud Party:
PB&J help Opal prepare a batch of her famous Lake Hoohaw Beauty Mud.

Leave it to Munchy:
Munchy worries about saying something silly, so he decides to stop talking entirely.

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  • Ouch! What the heck was this? Worst episodes ever. These are the only episodes that I always didn't like. I don't know why these episodes are so weak, but man, they are weak.moreless

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    Opal's Magic Mud Party:



    This episode is the better of the two, but it's still bad. What really bugs me about this episode is that there's barely any humor in it at all, none of which makes me laugh.



    Even the toy Ootsie and Bootsie have doesn't seem as cool as all the other ones seen in the episodes that come before this. Apparently, the writers had writer's block.



    Quite possibly the only things I do like about the episode are:



    1. It's PB&J Otter.

    2. It has a catchy song in it.



    Other than that, I really don't like this episode that much at alL.



    Episode Grade: D



    Leave it to Munchy:



    Ugh. This episode is definitely the worst. I can't believe the writers actually got this one approved. There are so many problems with it:



    1. It's not funny at all.

    2. The majority of the episode turns out to be a dream.

    3. The lesson is a very weak lesson, compared to what they have shown before.



    And even more than this that I can't think of right at the moment.



    The only thing I probably do like about this episode, is again, the catchy song in it. I can always count on a PB&J Otter episode to have a catchy song in it.



    Episode grade: D-



    Overall, these are two bad episodes, IMO. I'm not saying you shouldn't watch them. Just expressing my opinion, so don't take it out on me.



    Overall episode grade: D-moreless
Gwen Shepherd

Gwen Shepherd

Opal Otter

Recurring Role

Eddie Korbich

Eddie Korbich

Flick Duck, Edouard Snooty, Ootsie & Bootsie Snooty

Recurring Role

Chris Phillips

Chris Phillips

Ernest Otter, Munchy Beaver

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