Season 1 Episode 5

Goodbye, Hello

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Goodbye, Hello
Fed up with her current after-school situation at the Kemps' house, Ramona urges her parents to consider a different arrangement. Mr. and Mrs. Quimby reluctantly agree to let Beezus baby-sit after school, but on a 1-week trial basis only. The girls get into arguments the first couple days, but a tragic incident with the family cat helps them reconcile their differences--and it convinces their parents that they are independent enough to take care of themselves after school. Mrs. Quimby also announces a special surprise for the entire family--one that leaves Ramona with mixed emotions.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Just like in the "Ramona" books, Ramona calls her sister Beezus "Pizzaface"--yet, in this series, the actress playing Beezus (Lori Chodos) clearly has a good complexion.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Ramona: Beezus, I'm going outside to try Howie's new bike.
        Beezus: You're supposed to ask first.
        Ramona: You always have to be so bossy!
        Beezus: Well, I am in charge.
        Ramona: You think you're so smart. So long, Pizzaface!

      • Ramona: (suspecting that her parents are having a baby) You have me as your little girl.
        Bob: Yeah, and I'm mighty glad I do too.
        Ramona: You wouldn't want another little girl, would you?
        Bob: Well... I like little girls. Why do you ask?
        Ramona: Oh... I just wondered.

      • Mrs. Quimby: How do you feel about all this, Ramona, with a new baby. Hmm?
        Ramona: I think it's very nice.
        Mrs. Quimby: You're gonna have to be a big sister now.
        Ramona: I know. Someone else can be your little baby.
        Mrs. Quimby: Ramona……(puts down groceries) You know, just because a new baby is coming doesn't mean things are going to change. You won't be the baby anymore, but you'll be my middle child, and you're always have a very special place—right in the middle of my heart.

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