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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    Here it is, the first entry in my new Peep project: rewriting episodes! To start it off is a rewrite of the season 1 episode, "Faster Than a Duck". I hope you enjoy. 


    We start with the title card on a pale yellow background. Quack is running next to Chirp, who is hopping fast, but manages to keep up with her.

    We open to a shot of Newton's crabapple tree from a distance, with Newton appearing to be inside his shell underneath it. We pan to the right and over to the hills. Chirp hops into view with Quack shortly behind her. Joan explains that as they came home after a long day of exploring (wish I could have seen that, as I love these two!), Quack talked about his favorite subject: ducks! "Ah, I can't thing of one thing in the whole world that…


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    A New Project

    August 13, 2017 by BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    Peep is such a great show. It rarely has episodes that I don't like. Sure, some are better than others, but there aren't a ton that I wouldn't want to rewatch at some point.

    OK, to be fair, the last two seasons aren't quite as good as the first three. Part of this is because they didn't exist when I was originally into Peep in 2007-2008 (although I didn't see season 3 either, as it wasn't yet available online). But they had some episodes I just didn't care for, such as Trading Places (too trippy for me), Chirp Chirp Tweet Tweet (for disregarding the events of past episodes), The Road Not Taken (for just feeling rather dull), and You Can Count On Bunnies (again, for being very dull). It also didn't help that Chirp, one of my favorite charact…

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    Chirp of season 2 and Chirp of season 4 both learn to fly.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bjFYgRpP1w

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  • Spider-Man101

    Here are some of my suggestions.

    1. Bring back Nellie. I liked her role in season 1, but for some reason they used her a lot less in seasons 2 and 3, and didn't use her at all in seasons 4 and 5.

    2. More Splendid Bird Of Paradise. I really liked her introduction in Two's A Crowd, but was disappointed that she was only in one other episode (Diva Duck). I thought she had great chemistry with the main trio and would like to see her go on more adventures with them.

    3. Have an episode where the pink Quack returns and challenges the true Quack to a singing contest.

    4. Maybe have an episode where Chirp accidently gets put in a pet store and bought by a family, and Peep and Quack have to save her.

    5. Another episode idea I have involves Peep meeting hi…

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  • Spider-Man101

    I like this bird and I was excited for her to join the cast of chaarcters in the show since one of the producers said she would be a permanent character in the series. But she was only in three episodes. I liked the episodes she was in (Two's A Crowd 1 and 2 and Duckball), but it was disappointing that she wasn't in more of them. Hopefully if season 6 happens, Splendid Bird will join Peep, Chirp, and Quack on more of their their adventures.


    What do you think?

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  • Spider-Man101

    My favorite has always been Quack. He has some of the best humor in the series and while he can be very self centered and isn't the smartest animal in the big wide world, he has a good heart and cares about his friends (Peep, Chirp, Nellie, Beaver Boy, The Fish, Splendid Bird Of Paradise.


    Who's your pick?

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  • Spider-Man101

    A couple of days ago, I tweeted a message to the official Peep Twitter account, asking them if there will be any new episodes of the show since the last new episodes aired in 2011 (I had to wait until 2012 to see them though). 


    When I checked my account today, I saw that they liked my tweet. I might be overthinking this, but I think this means new episodes are coming.


    What do you think? Thanks.

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    I know I shouldn't be removing this, but I don't think I'm going to be doing any more reviews for awhile and I didn't want this episode to be my last one.

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    So it's about time to I reviewed a season three episode again, and this one seemed like a good choice. The story is by Peter Villa and he partially writes it, but Kathy Waugh is also involved.


    The episode begins with a title card on a light blue background. Peep and Quack appear to be standing at the base of a hill; as Peep watches, Quack is standing with his back to a blue marble and stretching. He then hits the marble up the hill with his butt, only for it to come rolling back down to behind him.

    We open to a shot of Peep walking, entering the scene on emerging from the opposite side of a bush. He is humming to himself and looking around, and the marble, which is light blue with dark blue stripes, soon comes into view. Joan says that one d…


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    Well, after the fantastic last episode I reviewed, it seems time to get to some more great ones. Here is yet another one from season four; this one is sister episode of "Trading Places"; it's the second segment of said episode, and rightfully so, as it's a superior episode in every way. And also, it borrows it's title from an incredibly grim book I read some years back. The fact that the Peep writers would sneak in a reference like that continues to say a lot about how this isn't a show only kids can enjoy. So...let's get to it! 


    The title card is a sea-blue one; it shows Quack and the frog standing on sand, molding a pile with their feet---Quack with his left and the frog with it's right. Quack looks smug as he does his part; the frog look…


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    Before I start this review, I want to give my thanks to wiki admin Crystal Shadows for her very, very insightful and thoughtful response to my review of "A Duck's Tale". That really meant a lot to me. In almost a decade of knowing the show, I don't think I've ever had such an in-depth conversation about Peep before. Just thinking about it almost gets me emotional---in such a good way.

    I'm just going to say that this next episode I'm about to review is one I really, really enjoyed! 


    We begin on a dark blue background, which shows the birds standing behind a groundhog, who stares at it's shadow on a wall and makes gestures with it's hands. The dreamy music from "The Red Ballmoon" plays in the background.

    We open to a wide shot of Peep's can in …


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    We begin with the title card on a yellow background. It shows the three birds standing in front of one of the mounds of dirt; Quack uncertainly pats it with his left foot.

    We open to see the sun just starting to come up in the meadow with the planted accorns that Beaver Boy and the birds made in part one. We pan back to see Beaver Boy asleep amid the holes. Joan gives us a quick recap: when we last saw Beaver Boy...he was doing exactly what we see him doing now.

    The screen then goes wavy and yeah, we're doing another dream sequence. We start with a closeup of a crudely-drawn mound of dirt and suddenly a tree come up from it. We pan out to see a crudely drawn Beaver Boy looking at it and going, "Wow!" More grow and he just keeps going "Wow!" …

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    I was almost thinking about taking a break, but I guess it can wait. I'm bored with life right now and am at least enjoying getting these reviews out. So here is my new one. I'll just say that this isn't one I was looking forward to reviewing. 


    We begin with the title card on a light blue background. Beaver Boy is with the birds and holding a tree branch in his mouth, jumping up and down while the birds look confused (Peep and Chirp look at each other strangely).

    We open to a sunny sky and hear Beaver Boy blabbing in a muffled voice. We pan down to see...exactly what I just described. No, seriously. They're standing on the edge of Quack's pond. Joan starts the episode by telling us that Beaver Boy is very excited about something, but is havi…


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    It's been great writing reviews here, but I've decided that it's time to take a break from the show. But I hope to be back here when I return to it.

    EDIT: Perhaps not for a bit. After all, I do love doing this and I feel it's giving my life some deserved purpose right now. 

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    So I thought this would be a good next one to do. It's not one I was very familiar with until I got back into Peep this year, so this will be a fun review. 


    We open up to the title on an aquamarine background. It shows Quack in the water (which the background pretty much is), covered in and surrounded by soap bubbles, looking like he's nodding along to music, with his eyes closed and a completely content smile. Awwww. By the way, I thought I'd point out that there's an episode with ZOOM (made by the same company and with the same executive producer) that has a play titled "A Soup Opera". Pretty funny coincidence, huh?

    We open to Quack floating on his back in his pond, looking dreamy. Too adorable!! As he paddles back with his feet, Joan Cusa…


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    So far, I've written reviews of episodes written by Kathy Waugh. I thought it would be nice to continue this pattern for a while---and maybe I'll even notice the differences in the writing when I move on to episodes written by other writers. And an episode I rewatched just earlier this week seemed like the perfect choice. So without further ado, here is my review of "Trading Places".


    We open to a blue background, and depicted on it is Peep...with butterfly wings, flying on an abstractly drawn background of hills and flowers. And with that beautiful music from the end of "The Red Ballmoon" playing. All pointing to a very interesting episode.

    We open to Peep, Quack and Newton the turtle under Newton's tree. Peep and Quack are sitting right by …


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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    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…

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    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…

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  • BirdOfBlueFeathers22

    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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  • Argulor

    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)

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  • Smolpupper52

    Blog thing-

    October 4, 2016 by Smolpupper52

    Chirp is a little round red gopher according to Quack

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  • Flurr0900
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  • AwesomeDude1

    Season 6 Premiere

    September 24, 2013 by AwesomeDude1

    When do you think season 6 will premiere? My best guess is in April 2014 to celebrate the show's 10th anniversary.

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  • AwesomeDude1

    Guest Stars?

    August 28, 2013 by AwesomeDude1

    Who would you like to guest star on Peep and the Big Wide World. My top choice is Kristen Schaal!

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