OK, sooooo...I've finally got a computer. Which means I can actually type these reviews! For my review of "The Sounds of Silence" I had to write everything down by hand as I watched the episodes, and then copy it on my phone. It was a hassle and I would have waited to do it, but it was the 10th anniversary of the episode, so I sort of had to write it. But it's such a relief now that I can type these reviews and will hopefully be able to get them up much faster!
So I decided to do this one because it's one of the most important episodes of the series and one that could only come at the beginning. In fact, I have some reason to believe it's the pilot episode of the series. Whichever way, it's a good one, even if it's not Peep at it's most amb…Read more >
We begin with the title card on a light blue background. It depicts the scene from part one of Peep and Chirp listening for lurmies while Quack hops about. Odd.
We open to a shot of the big wide world at night. From a distance, and the right, Chirp hops into view. Joan begins the episode by explaining that Chirp is feeling happy tonight since Quack has been quite all day. Chirp whistles as she hops towards us and to the left. Joan reminds us how Quack has decided not to talk until Chirp begs him. (I guess it's fair to recap a bit in case anyone missed part one.
We cut to Chirp reaching her bush and hopping onto it. It's a bit of a cloudy night, but that's not ruining her good mood. We close in on her as she gives a smug look at us. "Fat chan…Read more >
In honor of the tenth anniversary of one of what I consider the most interesting Peep episodes, I've decided to give it a comprehensive review. Since the episode is two parts long, I'll be writing it in two separate blog posts.
So, without further ado, here is part one of my review of"The Sounds of Silence".
We begin with a title card on a yellow background. Peep, Quack and Chirp appear to be listening. Quack starts to look impatient (he taps his foot), Chirp looks happy, and Peep, as usual, looks inquisitive. It's a good setup for an episode, but the fact that it's clearly going to be two parts suggests a pretty good story lies ahead.
We open to a nice shot of a sunset across Big Bay. Joan Cusack, our narrator, asks if the sun makes any nois…
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I've read that since 2013 no new episodes have been ordered. Has anyone tried to contact the creators to convince them the show really should continue, or maybe start a petition to continue it? Argulor (talk) 07:25, December 16, 2016 (UTC)Read more >
Chirp is a little round red gopher according to QuackRead more >
When do you think season 6 will premiere? My best guess is in April 2014 to celebrate the show's 10th anniversary.Read more >
Who would you like to guest star on Peep and the Big Wide World. My top choice is Kristen Schaal!Read more >