Squirrel Boy

Season 1 Episode 6

Up All Night / Pool For Love

Aired Friday 7:00 PM Aug 11, 2006 on Cartoon Network
out of 10
User Rating
10 votes

By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

Up All Night / Pool For Love
Up All Night: Rodney and Andy try to stay up a whole night to see the Yellow Flash in the sky. Pool For Love: Rodney doesn't want to wreck Leon's tree by building a pool, but he changes his mind when cute Darlene wants to go swimming.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

No results found.
No results found.
No results found.
  • I don't know why I watched this episode

    Even though I don't like this show at all I was bored and I watched it. It was so stupid. So they stay up all night to see a bright yellow light and they make a pancake man. And they get so tired that when they get locked out they call for Pancake man to help. It's food it won't get and open the door for you. I also thought it was stupid when it was the future and they called each other Grown up rodney and Grown up andy. That's stupid nobody would go up to an adult and say "hey grown up bob." And then the next part is Rodney is so selfish he wants to get rid of his best friend's home just to score with some girl squirrel who is obsessed with pools. Overall stupid episode and stupid show

  • a little romanctic relationship in between

    Rodney J. Squirrel meets Darlene, who is hot (as in sweating). Rodney didn't want Leon's tree cut down, but when he met Darlene, trouble begun. Then Rodney drove the car and then the tree fell on Esther's house. At the end there was a dream sequence with Rodney and Darlene walking together and following them were children squirrels

  • "Squirrel Boy" finally hits its stride! :D

    It seems as though the great deluge of creator developed series just won't stop coming on Cartoon Network! For the past ten years, we have been treated to a barrage of some of the most creative and great cartoons to have ever been created. While some cartoons did get cancelled before their time, most of them have enjoyed long, healthy lifes and managed to stay on the air for at least 3 seasons. But with so much creativity already injected into so much of the Cartoon Network's cartoons, there's always been a concern for me of what's going to happen once the creation of new cartoons runs out of steam? The ideas can't keep coming forever! Or can they? Fortunately, this cartoon was like a Venus Fly Trap, it trapped me inside it's whimsical world when I least expected it. This episode proved to me that there's still plenty of juice to go around in the Cartoon Network creativity department and it's in no danger of running out anytime soon. I just loved getting to see what Rodney and Andy will look like 39 years in the future, and I just love that Rodney has finally found himself a girlfriend. The characters are getting fleshed out, and it is clearly no longer an imitator of other shows that have been around longer, but it is instead, finally finding it's own identity. This cartoon's future looks bright as it appears to hold a lot more potential for things to come! :Dmoreless
Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

TV Announcer, Man

Guest Star

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Mrs. Flatbottom, Mr. Johnson's Mom

Guest Star

Carlos Alazraqui

Carlos Alazraqui

Mr. Johnson's Dad

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions