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Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love
Episode Fourteen, Season Two

Original air date: 9/9/1995
Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love

The Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love was a decent start to the second season. It introduced several new characters including Dr. Vahtoss and Carmalita. Of course, I don't like Carmalita, so this is a mixed blessing...

This episode features the meeting of the moths; Arthur and Carmalita. They hit it off and agree to go on a date, which causes Arthur to skip both patrol and hobby night. Tick is of course devastated until he builds himself a new sidekick, Little Wooden Boy.

Carmalita and Arthur go on to date and battle The Swiss, who had just beat up Die Fledermaus. As the episode goes on Arthur and Carmalita get more and more intimate and annoying, but The Swiss and Little Wooden Boy make up for them.

Hobby Night!

Hobby Night!

Hippies love blowhole

The Hippies love BlowHole

Another noted first for this episode is the battle cry of Die Fledermaus, who, when threatened by The Swiss uttered 'Who dares intrude on my night domain? You have crossed the path of Die Fledermaus!'. It was very dramatic...listen in here.

This episode features these Superheroes:
The Tick
, Arthur, Little Wooden Boy, American Maid, Sewer Urchin, Die Fledermaus, Blowhole, Dr. Vahtoss, and Carmalita

This episode features these Supervillains:
The Swiss
and The Angry Red Herring


The Tick:
Once again we see that slime does not pay!
Don't ever try to swim against the mighty tide of justice!
But Arthur…Evil!
Evildoers! Eat my justice!
Arthur! Carmalita! Look Out! Runaway Whale!

You can't fight evil with a macaroni duck!

Die Fledermaus:
Don't give up! Stinky and I will start the underground resistance!

Sewer Urchin:
Yeah! Definitely very underground! Definitely very resistant!

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