The Little Lulu Show

Season 3 Episode 14

Breakout/The Great Golf Club Chase/Jumpin' Jellybeans!

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Jan 12, 1999 on HBO
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Breakout/The Great Golf Club Chase/Jumpin' Jellybeans!
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Breakout: Marty the Midget, who was last seen in "Prisoner Exchange", requests a parole, but is denied after many escape attempts, including the one where he masquerades as Tubby. Later, prisoners dump their garbage in the truck, with the guards not knowing four of the cans hold Marty and his buddies. After the truck makes it's stop, Marty and his buddies split up to find hiding places. Marty hides in the Tompkins' backyard, where Mrs. Tompkins mistakes him for Tubby, and sends him to the tub. Meanwhile, Tubby is cornered by the Westside Boys, but are scared away when the convicts come to defend their "boss." They request a better place to hide. So Tubby brings them to the clubhouse, where they relax eating candy, and reading comic books. Lulu visits the Tompkins, and sees a prisoner outfit being hung on the clothes line. Later, Marty leaves, and is chases by the Westside Boys. Lulu hides him in the clubhouse, and Officer McNabb makes the arrest.

The Great Golf Club Chase: Lulu and Tubby complain about having nothing to do, so Mr. Moppet bribes them into cleaning out the garage, and he asks them not to touch anything under the bottom shelf, only to have Tubby mishear as "don't forget the things under the bottom shelf." Lulu and Tubby find under the shelf such things as wigs, and some of Mr. Moppet's old school clothes, and his golf clubs. They are taken away to an auction, when Mrs. Moppet asks Lulu to take the clubs to Mr. Moppet at the country club. Lulu is to late, but follows the bidder to the country club, as a little Mexican man for the man's caddy. She then tells him the clubs are cursed, and he believes when he misses, everyshot, and one of his balls turning out to be eggs (thanks to Tubby). The man runs away, and Mr. Moppet has his clubs back.

Jumpin' Jellybeans!: Lulu, Annie, Tubby, and Iggie have no idea what to get for Miss Feeny's birthday. While browsing in the mall, they find a giant jar of jellybeans for a contest. People have to guess how many beans are in the jar, and the closest guess wins a secret prize. The gang set to work, by buying a giant, I mean, GIANT bag of jellybeans, emptying a fish tank, filling the tank with the beans, and start counting. Lulu, Annie, Tubby, and Iggie eat everylast jellybean, and have counted 1032 beans, and 4 stomach aches. They submit the number, and win by being off by 5 beans. They win the entire jar of jellybeans. Tubby decides to use this for Miss Feeny's birthday present, and the gang took a vow not to eat another jellybean as long as they live.moreless

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    Vanessa Lengies

    Vanessa Lengies

    Annie Inch

    Michael Yarmush

    Michael Yarmush

    Butch the Westside Boy

    Ricky Mabe

    Ricky Mabe

    Willie Wilkins

    Bruce Dinsmore

    Bruce Dinsmore

    Tubby Tompkins/Slug the Westside Boy

    Justin Bradley

    Justin Bradley

    Eddie Simson/Spike the Westside Boy

    Terrence Scammell

    Terrence Scammell

    Officer Eli McNab

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      • Marty the Midget didn't recognize Iggie, Eddie, nor Mrs. Tompkins, all of which he made contact with while masquerading as Tubby. Tubby didn't recognize Marty's prisoner buddies, which he made contact with when he replaced Marty in prison.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Marty the Midget: "I would've gotten away with it, if it wasn't for you meddlin' kids!"
        This is a line said by ALL of the villains at the end of each Scooby Doo, Where Are You episode. This version of Scooby Doo started in 1969, and is the first Scooby Doo series ever.

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