Back Window
Season 3, Episode 16
Production Information
Air DateDecember 27, 2014
Written byFM DeMarco
Supervising directorDallas Parker
Directed byJoel Dickie
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Back Window is the sixteenth episode of the third season of Littlest Pet Shop and the sixty-eighth episode overall.


Russell gets injured and grows bored as he recovers, so he stares out the back window, where he thinks he observes Josh Sharp snatching Blythe's discarded design sketches.

Full Synopsis




  • The title and plot of this episode is based upon the Alfred Hitchcock film, Rear Window, and Russell's fantasy opening is based upon the opening of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents", and it has a Mount Rushmore scene that references another Alfred Hitchcock film "North by Northwest", and Blythe being attacked by birds, referencing another film of his, "Birds". In addition, at the episode's start, characters scene at the beginning are in reference to "Rear Window", "North by Northwest", and another Hitchcock film, "Psycho".
  • The Faceplant game show is a parody of Wipeout. The logo of Faceplant might also be a reference to the logo of Facepunch Studios, a British independent video game developer known for PC games like Garry's Mod.
  • Blythe mistaking Josh for Russell is a reference to how both Josh and Russell are voiced by the same actor. 
  • This is the last episode to air in 2014.


Russell: I'm fine. Nothing to worry about.
Russell: Bored. Bored! Bo-o-ored!

Josh : Hey Blythe!

Blythe : Not now Russell.

Josh : Who's Russell?

Blythe : Oh! Josh! He he he, Russell? Uh, Russell is no one!


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