I don't feel like keeping this one anymore.Read more >
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…Read more >
Chirp of season 2 and Chirp of season 4 both learn to fly.
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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.Read more >
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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