Season 2 Episode 2

Eel-ectricity / Roller Rhino

Aired Daily 6:00 AM Sep 20, 2002 on Disney Channel
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Eel-ectricity / Roller Rhino
A.) The electricity at Stanley's house goes off, right in the middle of his favorite game show! Not happy at all about that, Stanley turns to the Great Big Book of Everything to learn about Electric Eels - so maybe they can bring back the power. B.) Stanley gets a new scooter, but doesn't want to wear the protective gear with it, fearing everyone will laugh at him. He then learns about Rhinos, who have built-in padding and protection.moreless

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      • Dennis: Maybe we should learn more about our charging friend, the rhino. Do you know where we can learn more about the rhinoceros?
        Stanley: Hey, I know. In The Great Big Book of ---
        Dennis: Wait!
        Stanley: What is it, Dennis?
        Dennis: Well, I was thinking we could, um, keep this to ourselves. We wouldn't want a certain cat and dog to suddenly pop up singing a certain song.

      • Dennis: The lamp won't give you any answers.
        Harry: How do you know? Have you asked it?
        Dennis: No, I haven't talked to the lamp recently. I was thinking more along the lines of a certain book with lots of facts.
        Elsie: The dictionary?
        Dennis: Oh, I give up.
        Stanley: Wait! I know. The Great Big Book of Everything.
        Dennis: Oh no. Perhaps asking the lamp was a better suggestion.
        Harry and Elsie: (singing) It's The Great Big Book of Everything with everything inside / See the world around us, this book's the perfect guide.
        Dennis: I wish someone would shut off their power.

      • Stanley: I have to know if he picked the right answer! Dad, you need to make the TV come back on!
        Dad: I'm sorry, Stanley. But when the electricity goes out, we just have to wait for the power company to fix it.
        Stanley: Hey, that's not fair! I wanna watch my show.

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