Stanley

Season 1 Episode 8

A Whale of a Song / Sloth for a Day

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Aired Daily 6:00 AM Sep 23, 2001 on Disney Channel
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A Whale of a Song / Sloth for a Day
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A Whale of a Song: Stanley is slated to sing in the school play, "The Elephant's Garden," but comes down with a sudden case of stage fright before even hitting the stage. He's convinced that he can't sing and that everyone is going to laugh at it. He looks to The Great Big Book of Everything and whales for inspiration. Sloth for a Day: Each weekend, Stanley's family holds a project day and Stanley serves as the helper. When he expresses a desire for more responsibility, he's allowed to become Chief of Newspaper Gathering, Bundling and Recycling. He then procrastinates on his work, leaving him little time left. Frustrated, he seeks to learn about the sloth, who leads a seemingly carefree lifestyle.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Stanley and Dennis are in the The Great Big Book of Everything during "Sloth for a Day," watch for a cartoony effect of the type not often seen on the series as the tree they're in is cut down. The both of them fall, but while Stanley falls, Dennis and his bowl are left briefly hanging in mid-air. The bowl itself falls first, then the water from it, and finally Dennis.

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      • The song Stanley sings at the end of "A Whale of a Song" is called "Good Night, Dennis". This song is included on the Playhouse Disney Vol. 2 CD.

      • Barking Bullfrog Cartoon Company, Inc. is listed in the closing credits for this episode as having worked on both stories, but no position is specified. Presumably it is "Storyboards," as this is the position the company has always filled before when listed in the credits.

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