|Huff and Puff|
|Season 3, Episode 61|
|Air date||October 21, 2002|
You Can't Catch Me!
Out in Outer Space
|SCENE 1||The Lions are about to go out and play soccer, when Leona wants her dad to read her The Three Little Pigs, her favorite story. So, he does before the game.|
|SCENE 1 (cont'd)||Leona wants to know what happened next, so Theo encourages her to write a sequel. She doesn't know what that is, though. So, Heath the Thesaurus teaches her.|
|Insert||The grey hand takes the letter "u" from the word "puff".|
|Puppets||The Vowelles: bug (EKA: Bug Beard)|
|Cartoon||If You Can Read: ug|
|Celebrity||Albrecht Roser, the Pup and the Bug (EKA: Bug Beard)|
|Celebrity||14 Karat Soul: short u (dum dum dum) (EKA: Bug Beard)|
|Insert||Stage Words: hum, hug, tug, tuck|
|Celebrity||Fred Says: stuck|
|SCENE 2||After the game, Leona reads the rest of the family her sequel. In it, the wolf gets surgery and can no longer huff and puff, due to this, he becomes nice and befriends the three little pigs.|
|SCENE 2 (cont'd)||Lionel claims it was the saddest story he ever heard, as now the wolf could no longer huff and puff. So, Cleo recommends he write his own sequel.|
|Celebrity||Get Your Mouth Moving: short u|
|Film||Gawain's Word: jump (EKA: Humph! Humph! Humph!)|
|Celebrity/Puppets||A word from Teresa Weatherspoon: jump (EKA: Bug Beard)|
|Insert||Newton Balls: jump, hump, hum, yum|
|Cartoon||Little Wendy Tales: Let's Eat|
|Celebrity/Puppets||A word from Vanessa Williams: bunny|
|Insert||The grey hand puts the "u" back from the word "puff".|
|SCENE 3||Lionel has finished his sequel, entitled The 3 Little Pigs Meet the Wolfinator: A Sequel. He then reads it to the whole library.|
|SCENE 3 (cont'd)||After Lionel leaves, the real Wolfinator arrives, and makes a mess by blowing stuff around in the library.|
|SCENE 4||Walter and Clay Pigeon enter the roof, with the former claiming to be "The Pigeonator". He proves this by huffing and puffing and blowing Busterfield on his side!|
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This is the last season and episode is about the short "U" sound.
- This is the last appearance of the word family "ug".
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