Wonder Pets!

Season 2 Episode 3

Save the Bullfrog!, Save the Poodle!

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Aired Weekdays 11:00 AM Sep 13, 2006 on Nickelodeon
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The Wonder Pets travel to the Louisiana Bayou to help an elderly bullfrog who can't reach the shore. Next Linny, Tuck and Ming Ming go all the way to France to rescue a poodle from the top of the Eiffel Tower.

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    Danica Lee

    Danica Lee

    Voice of Ming-Ming Duckling

    Sofie Zamchick

    Sofie Zamchick

    Voice of Linny the guinea pig

    Teala Dunn

    Teala Dunn

    Voice of Tuck the Turtle

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Ming-Ming: Bullfrog, why don't you fly to your grandpoles?
        Bullfrog: Is she serious?
        Linny: She sure is.

      • Ming-Ming: What's a Fwench poodle?
        Tuck: And what's an Eiffel Tower?
        Linny: (singing) A French poodle is a type of dog whose hair has lots of poofies / And the Eiffel Tower is a tower that stands above the roof-ies.

    • NOTES (2)

      • Dress Up Time:

        In "Save the Bullfrog" the Wonder Pets emerge from the costume box dressed in wild colorful Mardi Gras gear. Ming Ming wears a mask, Linny wears a top hat decorated with flowers and Tuck wears a rainbow colored wig with lots of beads around his neck.

        In "Save the Poodle", the pets dress up in costumes from France. Ming Ming wears a big white wig with a lovely pink French noblewoman gown (a la Marie Antoinette), Linny wears a traditional French police officer uniform and Tuck wears a costume that makes him look a lot like Napoleon.

      • Celery Treat-

        In "Save the Bullfrog", the Wonder Pets enjoy their celery with a little bit of Louisiana hot sauce provided by the old bullfrog.

        In "Save the Poodle" the pets eat their celery dipped in melted cheese when the French dogs offer them some fondue.

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