|Episode List||← Who Needs School? →||Images|
|Airdate:||October 19, 2006|
|Sister episode(s):||Magic Tricks|
|Written by:||Frederick Stroppel|
|Storyboard by:||Kevin Frank|
|Directed by:||Brian Hogan|
|Previous:||Wubbzy the Star|
|List of episodes|
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It's the first day of school and Wubbzy is excited. He finds his friends at the playground, but they said that it's no fun to go to school. After overhearing those complaints, Wubbzy decides to find ways to learn without having to go to school. First, he goes to Walden's library to study his books, when he gets discouraged by the number of books he has left to read, and all the books topple over when he tries to get the "Z" book. So Wubbzy goes to see Widget who has built the Peachy Teacher 3000, but after a while it goes haywire. Wubbzy then plays at the playground, but misses his friends. He hears laughing coming from the school and discovers that school is fun! He also learns that his teacher is Walden.
- In this episode, Walden was Wubbzy's teacher. But in "New Kid on the Block", Miss Appletree was Wubbzy's teacher. It was possible that Walden was a substitute, or he moved up a grade level between Season 1 and 2.
- The Peachy Teacher 3000 exploded in this episode, but was seen rebuilt in "Daizy's Favorite Place".
- This is the first of only two times Wubbzy goes to school. The second was in New Kid On The Block.
- When there was science stuff on the pile of junk, you can barely see the paint. But when the Peachy Teacher 3000 exploded, the paint was removed.
Differences Between Book from Episode
- In the episode, it was Buggy who said "There's a bunch of kids that you don't know". In the book, it was Huggy who said it.
- In the episode, it was Earl who said "And they don't allow you to play Kickity Kick Ball or Hippity Hop Scotch". In the book, it was Buggy who said it. And Hippity Hop Scotch wasn't mentioned in the book.
- In the episode, it was Huggy who said "And the teacher uses big words that you don't understand". In the book, it was Earl who said it.