Pink Panther and Pals

Season 1 Episode 12

Pink Pink Pink Pink / Spaced Out / Shop-Pink Spree

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Aired Weekdays 7:00 AM May 23, 2010 on Boomerang
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Pink Pink Pink Pink: Pink Panther gets a fancy new music stereo system which he finds can duplicate any object that gets pulled into it. When he gets pulled in as well, Pinky is literally beside himself with three clones, each of which has a distinct personality, all of whom become a huge annoyance to next door neighbor Big Nose.

Spaced Out: When a small alien spaceship is abandoned by its fleet and crashlands in the jungle, its tiny occupant ends up being chased around by Aardvark while Ant takes the ship out for a spin, collecting as much food as he can. Eventually, the alien is able to contact his fleet, rescuing him from being a snack for Aardvark, then offers Ant a ride to explore outer space.

Shop-Pink Spree: A hungry Pink Panther goes to the local supermarket, where he becomes its one millionth customer and wins a shopping spree. A jealous Big Nose, who just missed out on the prize, looks to sabotage Pinky's efforts to get as much food as he can. His plan succeeds as Pink Panther leaves empty-handed, but when they go to the local pizza joint, Pinky becomes the one millionth customer there as well and wins a huge supply of pizza, leaving Big Nose literally hot under the collar.

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      • Wilhelm Scream


        When Big Nose is sent hurling into the Pink Panther's window after his hose explodes in Pink Pink Pink Pink, the classic "Wilhelm Scream" sound effect can be heard, debuting in the 1951 movie Distant Drums and heard in many movies and TV shows since, most famously the Star Wars series. It has also show up in some of Disney and Pixar's animated movies as well.

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