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Goodbye Lake Hoohaw
Season 3, Episode 25
Goodbye Lake Hoohaw
Air date September 10, 2000
Written by Reed Shelly
Directed by Jeff Buckland
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Goodbye Lake Hoohaw is the 25th episode of Season 3 and the 122nd story overall of PB&J Otter.



Summary

Nothing to Do on Lake Hoohaw

PB&J are at the beach near Lake Hoohaw where they try to think of something to do. But they just simply can't find anything to do at all due to the fact that they already did these activities, and that's when they start singing a song about it.


It's Gonna be Great

Not much longer after they finish singing a song about it do they find something interesting. The Snooties are giving them stuff. But why? It is explained that Mr. Bigdog is planning to turn Lake Hoohaw into a resort place, and everyone is guarenteed to have a mansion and just about all the luxuries anyone could dream of. Edouard explains this by singing a song. Before the Snooties and Mr. Bigdog are finished with their presentation, they tell everyone to let them know what they'd like in the new and improved Lake Hoohaw. Now, everyone is so excited that they can't stop thinking about this new change.


The First Noodle Dance

The kids are at PB&J's sandbox, thinking about how awesome it is going to be in the new Lake Hoohaw. They decide to do a Noodle Dance to come up with what kinds of things that they'd want to have. Peanut ignores the dance. Jelly wants a huge curlicue waterslide that goes into the lake, Munchy wants a big telescope and several video cameras in the Cranes' treehouse, and Peanut wants a rocket ship for everyone to go to outer space on their next vacation. Everyone tells Mr. Bigdog what they want. But it all turns out that Lake Hoohaw will have to be drained. The machine to drain the lake appears as Mr. Bigdog says, "It's time to say goodbye to old Lake Hoohaw." The screen fades ending the half...

The Second Noodle Dance

The kids do the Noodle Dance to come up with an idea for how they will convince Mr. Bigdog to keep Lake Hoohaw. They eventually come up with the idea to show him through song. Mr. Bigdog is hesitant to have them sing, but Peanut assures him that it's not a long song.


No Place We'd Rather Be

As they sing, many clips from past episodes are shown. They use things like the beach and watching the clouds go by to show Mr. Bigdog why Lake Hoohaw can't go. Now, even the adults and Ootsie and Bootsie join in with the rest of the kids and more and more wonderful aspects of Lake Hoohaw are shown to Mr. Bigdog. Opal shares Babbleberry Cookies with Mr. Bigdog, and Mayor Jeff gives him a glass of Pompalope Juice.


The Third Noodle Dance

Butter jumps into Mr. Bigdog's lap. He finally decides that Lake Hoohaw should be left the way it is and joins in with everybody as they do a country style Noodle Dance.

The Lake Stays

Everything goes back to normal. Mr. Bigdog has a little fun with the kids before the episode ends. He finishes off the episode by saying that there really is no place better than Lake Hoohaw. The family explains that they should have Babbleberry Pie as a treat. Then leaves the dock back to the houseboat as the PB&J Otter theme song plays.

Songs

Trivia

  • Although this episode is the series finale in both production order and series continuity, A Hoohaw Halloween premiered after this episode due to the Halloween season coming later in the year.

Credits

Executive Producers - Jim Jinkins

Supervising Producer - Jack Spillum

Produced by - Bruce Knapp

Directed By - Jeff Buckland

Writer - David Campbell

Executive Story Editor - Peter Parker

Voice Director - Phil Parker

Line Producer - Jim Houston, Linda Rowley

Production Manager - Masako Kanayama

Assistant Director - John Schnall

Story Editor - Reed Shelly

Written By - Reed Shelly

Script Coordinator - Robert David

Voice Director - Kent Meredith

Talent Coordinator - Tsukasa Nakamori

Music By - Dan Sawyer

Songs By - Fred Newman, Dan Sawyer

Character & Prop Supervisor - Miguel Martinez-Joffre

Background Supervisor - Freya Tanz

Design Coordinator - Heather L. Heath

Character Designers - Fariba Adams, Mike Foran, Pat Giles, Matthew C. Peters, Vinh Truong

Background Designers - Zigang Chen, Ray DaSilva, Ray Feldman, Miriam Katin, Andrei Poteryaylo

Storyboards by - Jean Lajeunesse, Stephan Martiniere

Storyboard Supervisor - Christopher McCulloch

Storyboard Coordinator - Deidre Stammers

Storyboard Slugging - My Chatterton

Production Assistant - Laura Dalesandro

Storyboard Revisions - Fariba Adams, Ray Dam, Ray Silva, Matthew C. Peters, Elaine Roche, Irene Wu

Sheet Timing & Mouth Exposures - Barking Bullfrog Cartoon Co., Scott and Kathy Fiander, Jill Halliday-Velazquez, Noel Kelly, James Stephenson

Additional Mouth Exposures - Pat Giles

Color Background Supervisor - Sophie Kittredge

Background Painters - Zigang Chen, Miriam Katin, Michael Zodorozny

Color Key/EFX Supervisor - Mariana Dominis-Dunnigan

Color Stylists - Candi Harrah

Production Interns - Brian Glambocki, Michael Lambardo, Brian Trainor

Animatic Coordinator - Charlene McBride

Track Reading - Harry Chang

Overseas Animation Studio - Plus One Animation

Animation Director - Choon Man Lee

Overseas Animation Supervisor - Ric Machin

Overseas Layout Supervisor - Marcus Wagenfϋhr

Post Production Supervisor - Marcus Pauls

Editor - Daniel J. Rosen

Dialogue Editor - Albert Height

Video Supervisor - Frank Drucker

Sound Designer - Bob Pomann

Recording/Mixing Studio - Pomann Sound

Video Facility - Post Perfect

Executive Consultant - Bill Gross

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