The Little Lulu Show

Season 3 Episode 23

Malpractice Makes Perfect/Involuntary Volunteers/Mobile Masterpiece

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Aired Sunday 7:30 PM Feb 08, 1999 on HBO
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Malpractice Makes Perfect/Involuntary Volunteers/Mobile Masterpiece
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Malpractice Makes Perfect: Tubby has a long list of chores he's been putting off, and Mrs. Tompkins won't tolerate it any further, so while she's out, she expects Tubby to finish every last job. First Tubby starts pulling weed, and unwittingly gets a thorn stuck in his finger. Lulu pulls it out, but Tubby decides it might getting infected, and goes to the hospital to get an excuse for not doing his chores. Lulu and Tubby have no luck getting to see a doctor, and are caught in the hallways, so they have to elude other doctors. They hide inside a room, where Tubby is finally examined. When he tells the doctor that he needs an excuse for not doing his chores, the doctor scares him away with a giant shot needle and a saw.

Involuntary Volunteers: It's volunteer week, and Miss Feeny has her choose various volunteer jobs off the bulletin board. Once Lulu and Tubby get to the board, only two jobs are left: visiting an old lady, or picking up garbage off the beach. They take the visiting job, and meet with an old widow named Rose. She asks Lulu and Tubby do various jobs for her like mow her jungle of a backyard, clean her chimney, and fix her piping. In the end, Lulu and Tubby agree to never volunteer again. But they haven't seen the last of Rose, when she turns out to be the volunteer librarian on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Mobile Masterpiece: Mr. Van Snobbe is constantly embarrassed by a velvet painting of Elvis he has on his wall. Mrs. Van Snobbe has a lot sentimental value towards it, so she's very upset after Mr. Van Snobbe has Cranberry the Butler to get rid of it. Cranberry sells it Lulu and Tubby for their yard sale, and they in turn sell to a motorcyclist. Cranberry then goes on a wild goose chase to get the painting back. Lulu and Tubby follow, thinking it's a valuable painting, and buy it back. Once they track it down, Tubby buys it for $10.00, only to find out it's worthless, until an antique dealer notices the corner is loose, and it actually hides a long-lost masterpiece. Cranberry buys the Elvis painting from Tubby for $10.00.moreless

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