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Winter Wonder Wha...?
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Season 3, Episode 14
Production Information
Air DateDecember 13, 2014
Written byMerriwether Williams
Supervising directorDallas Parker
Directed byJoel Dickie
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"Now listen to me, girls. Neither of you'll receive a single present until you can show me that this season is also about giving."
Fisher Biskit

Winter Wonder Wha...? is the fourteenth episode of the third season of Littlest Pet Shop and the sixty-sixth episode overall.

Overview

Blythe and Zoe are accidently whisked away for a weekend at the Biskits' winter chateau; meanwhile the pets are busy cheering up a visiting, homesick penguin.

Cast

Continuity

Trivia

  • Brittany's line "And her little dog too!" is a reference to The Wizard of Oz.
  • Fisher's line "I am your daddy" is a reference to Darth Vader's line "I am your father" Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
  • The Biskit twins have a female version of Monban.
  • In the episode Plane it on Rio!, Zoe was suspicious of Ramon due to his actions in The Big, Feathered Parade while in this episode, Zoe was quick to believe that the Biskit Twins have changed despite their past struggles with Blythe and the pets.
  • When the Biskits find out Fisher was François 2 all along, Britney says 'Ruh roh!', a reference to 'Scooby Doo'.
  • It's revealed that Blythe has the Biskits Twins number, which causes Whitney and Britney wonder how she got it in the first place, hinting Blythe may have had their number after the events in the episode Penny For Your Laughs and forgot to delete it.
  • Netflix incorrectly labels this as season 3 episode 5, this mistake is yet to be fixed.

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