Wizards of Waverly Place

Season 2 Episode 3

Graphic Novel

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 05, 2008 on Disney Channel



  • Trivia

    • When Gigi and Alex are dueling in her journal, the music playing is The Ride of the Valkyries by Richard Wagner.

    • Alex first mentions the idea of a Zombie Prom in this episode, and then creates one in the episode "Wizards & Vampires vs. Zombies"

    • Alex says that when her journal is closed everything freezes but when Max let Gigi out she grabbed the book and closed it, then Alex, Max and Justin exit.

    • In this episode, Justin mentions that he likes pumpkin pie, but in "A Disenchanted Evening", it is revealed that he is allergic to cinnamon.

      Edit: In the same episode, he reveals that he buys his own Pumpkin Pie without cinnamon. so he can still enjoy it

    • Spell Featured: Literarium Terarium, allows a person to enter or exit a book.

    • It is revealed that Max has a crush on Gigi.

    • Although mentioned in this episode Jerry and Teresa don't appear in this episode.

  • Quotes

    • (looking through Alex's journal)
      Max: Look at all of this embarrassing princessy stuff. Who would have thought Alex was such a girl?
      Justin: ...It is pretty shocking.

    • Max: So we'll turn Alex's journal into squeezable mustard!
      Justin: No, we're going to hide it in plain sight!
      Max: Oh, man! I was hoping we could use a spell like.. bookus mustardo!

    • Justin: We have to get Gigi out of Alex's magic journal without letting her know that there is a magic journal.
      Max: I have given this much thought.
      Justin: What do you got?
      Max: That's all I got.

    • Gigi: Then I could tell the whole school stories about Alex...that I don't have to make up.

    • Max: Hey Justin, why don't we invent an edible flaming sandwich for kids?
      Justin: Because I think most kids like having their eyebrows.

    • Max: Hey, we won! I feel pretty good about that.
      Justin: She's up to something.
      Max: Yeah, we never win.

    • Dean: Oh, sweet, shining, Alex; thou art, the bomb
      Alex: Right back at thee.

  • Notes

  • Allusions