Pee-Wee's Playhouse

Season 5 Episode 2

Mystery

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Sep 15, 1990 on CBS
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Everyone better start looking "around" because some of Pee-Wee's favorite possessions are missing! When Miss Yvonne offers to take his suits to the cleaners, Pee-Wee can't find them. Soon, he discovers that his spoon, cereal bowl, and even his connect-the-dots are gone! When the culprit is revealed, Pee-Wee discovers more than just his treasured possessions; he discovers a new friend and a valuable lesson about being yourself!

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    John Paragon

    John Paragon

    Jambi, Pterri

    Paul Reubens

    Paul Reubens

    Pee-wee Herman

    Alison Mork

    Alison Mork

    Chairry, Chicky Baby, Magic Screen, Chandelier, Flower

    George McGrath

    George McGrath

    Cowntess, Fish, Globey

    Kevin Carlson (II)

    Kevin Carlson (II)

    Clockey, Conky, Floory

    Lynne Marie Stewart

    Lynne Marie Stewart

    Miss Yvonne

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Pee-wee: Hold it! Who are you?!
        Busby: Nobody.
        Pee-wee: (stops him from escaping) Hold it, Nobody! Where do you think you're goin'? (points at the missing items) That's my cereal bowl, that's my cereal spoon, this is my photo album, and you're wearin' my suit!

      • Pee-wee: (angrily) That does it! I HAVE HAD ENOUGH! (walks slowly toward the camera) They can take the suit off your back. They can take your special cereal bowl and spoon.
        Audience: OOH!
        Pee-wee: They can even take your album of photo memories.
        (he comes his closest to the camera)
        Pee-wee: But when they mess with your dots,... they go too far!

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Pee-wee says, "They can take the suit off your back" - an altered version of the old saying, "They can take the shirt off your back."

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