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Toad to Redemption; Maddie and Marcy
Amphibia Season 2


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Mayor Toadstool is offered his dream job but realizes he doesn't want to leave Wartwood; Maddie is working on an important spell, but her three sisters keep getting in the way.

  • Genres:

    Fantasy, Kids & Family, Comedy, Animation

  • Network:

    DISN

  • Air Date:

    Apr 3, 2021

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Amphibia (2019–…): Season 1, Episode 16 - full transcript

*AMPHIBIA*
Season 01 Episode 16

*AMPHIBIA*
Episode : "Family Fishing Trip"

Sync corrections by srjanapala

Ah, the annual
Plantar fishing trip.

I can't wait to cast off.

Me either, my froggy friend.
But I'm not fishing.

I'm parasailing, baby!

Wow! Flying?

What a great way to
spy on my enemies.

What do you say, Sprig?

Why fish when you can fly?



Ooh, tempting. But, nope.
I'd rather fish.

It's what Hop Pop and I
have done on this trip

ever since I was a pollywog.

First we'd get the bait ready.

Then he'd let me steer the boat.

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Then we'd spend the rest of
the day fishing together.

We look forward to this
all year.

It's our special time,
and that's never gonna change.

Hello, children.

I'm so glad I get to join
you all on this boat trip.

Oh, hey, Sylvia.

You're coming, too?
Cool!

Oh. Hey, Sylvia.



Has anyone seen Hop Pop?

Morning, kids.

Ready for the brisk open waters?

Ahoy, there.

Dang, HP. Looking good.

Isn't he dreamy?

Oh, hey. Well...

Now come on, my dear.
I'll show you around the boat.

Oh, how lovely!

What the heck? He can't fish
in that ridiculous outfit.

Looks like Hop Pop's fishing
for something else.

Ew. Gross, Anne.

This doesn't change a thing.

He and I are still gonna spend the day
together and have our special time.

- Anchors away, and here we go!
- Whoo!

- Boat trip! Yeah!
- Let's do it!

Eh, we'll fix it
when we get back.

To the sea!

You let go.
No, you let go.

No, you.
No, you.

Parasailing is easy.
The wind does all the work.

Where did you learn
all this again?

Hours and hours
of extensive research.

Sweet.

Mom!
Can I try parasailing?

Ugh. Never mind!

I'm sure he's fine.

Whoo! Time to prove
my mom wrong... Ah!

Looking good, Anne.

Um, don't you and Hop Pop
usually do that together?

He said to start without him.
Ouch.

Hey. This doesn't mean anything.
Hop Pop and I are still gonna...

Wait, they're fishing together?

Now, follow through on your...
Oh! You're a natural.

Well, I have a great teacher.

Oh!

Whoa!

I can't believe this.
He's ditching me?

I really think
I'm getting the hang of this.

Anne, you're not going
to believe this. Hop Pop is...

I know, dude.
I saw the whole thing from up top.

Bummer.
But what can you do, right?

It's not like you can make
Sylvia go awa...

Over here, Sylvia!

I wanna show you this thing Sprig
and I used to do that's super fun.

Hey!
I know that look.

You're going to sabotage this fishing
trip so that Sylvia leaves, aren't you?

What? No! What do I look
like, some petty child to you?

Yes.

Chum bomb!

Oh!

Ah!

Whoa!

Ooh!

Oh!

♪ A little baby frog like me ♪

♪ Thought of only possibility ♪

♪ Of hanging with my Hop ♪

♪ Of hanging with my Pop ♪

♪ But now what once was two
Is three ♪

♪ And it's looking pretty dark
to me ♪

♪ This baby baby frog is sad ♪

Hey, Anne.

You almost had that one!

- Really?
- No.

Whoo!
Gonna get back out there.

Dude, you have to shake off
this whole Hop Pop thing

and just have fun.

We're on a boat...

Sprig, Anne is right.

Maybe it's time
to let this one go.

- You know, be the...
- bigger frog and all that.

Excuse me?
You mean just... Whoa.

Give up my special time
with Hop Pop?

Why not?
Crazier things have happened.

Like that.

No! Stinkbugs!

Bleh! Uh-oh!

Whoa!

Sprig? Can we talk?
Uh!

Sylvia, great to see you. Why, of course
we can talk. I love to talk. Let's talk.

You're a tense little boy.

Come on.

And now, back to our show.

Ah!
No! Not in the mouth!

Sprig, is there something
bothering you?

What? Me?
No. Never. Who? How?

Mmm-hmm. Well,
I just want you to know

I'm having an amazing time
with you and your family today.

I mean, just feel that breeze!
See the sights!

Just look at that island
over there.

Ain't those just the prettiest
blossoms you've ever seen?

Funny thing, Sylvia.

Those are Hop Pop's
favorite flowers.

No kidding?

Oh, he loves them.

In fact,
he'd really appreciate it

if you swam over there and picked
him a couple as a surprise.

Why, Sprig,
that is a fine idea.

Not to brag,
but I'm quite the swimmer.

I'll be back
in about 15 minutes. Tops.

Yeah, we'll see about that.

Thanks again, Sprig.

Wait.

This is going too far.

♪ This baby baby frog is sad ♪

Oh, Hop Pop!

We don't have much time.

- Let's...
- Oh, there you are, boy.

Sylvia thought you might want
fishing time with me.

She... She did?

Yep. She said she could tell
something was bugging you

and suggested I spend
some quality time with you.

So, here I am.

Sylvia's... a pretty cool lady.

You're lucky to have her.

Oh, I thank Frog for her
every day.

Hop Pop, not related to
anything, but, uh,

can we turn this boat around,
please?

That's Sylvia!
She's in trouble!

What's she doing off the boat?
I'll explain later.

We heard Sylvia scream.
Is everything okay?

She's back there.

Where? I can't see her.

If only we had
a bird's-eye view.

Step aside.

Sprig, it's not as easy
as it looks.

How is he doing that?

I see her. Over there.

Whoa!

I'm coming, Syl.

This crab is making me
very scared!

But also very hungry.

Hang on, Sylvia.

Put the boat in reverse.
Put the boat in reverse.

Aye-aye, Sprig.

Get back to the briny depths of filth
where you belong, you son of a sea slug!

Wow, HP. That's a lot of woman.

Don't I know it.

Oh, Sylvia! You're safe.

Sure am, and that's not all.

Got your favorite flowers.

Um, my favorite flowers
are daffodils.

Everybody knows that.

They funny.

Sylvia,
I have a confession to make.

The reason you were on that island
and almost became a crab snack

is because
I'm a selfish, petty child

who wanted his Hop Pop
all to himself.

Oh, now he admits it.

You're a cool lady.
And Hop Pop's lucky to have you.

We all are.

Well, thank you, Sprig.

I know sharing a man
like Hoppy is difficult.

After all,
he's such a catch.

Now what do you say we cut
the chatter and get fishing?

- Together.
- Yeah!

- Whoo!
- Yes!

♪ And this baby baby frog ♪

♪ Is glad ♪

Chum bomb,
you little weenie!

Polly out!

Whoo-hoo!
Yeah!

So, does anyone else wanna go
back for that crab, though?

I mean, yowza. That thing
probably had a ton of meat, right?

Anyone?

Don't leave me
hanging here, people.

*AMPHIBIA*
Episode : "Bizarre Bazaar"

Sync corrections by srjanapala

Well, that was a waste of time.

Ugh, you said it.

Can't believe there was nothing in
the archives about my music box.

Wow.

So, you really think this
is your key to getting home?

Well, it zapped me here, so, yeah.
It's pretty much my only lead.

Really looking forward to finding
someone who can help me fix this thing.

Bleh!

Don't worry, Anne.
We'll figure it out eventually.

Whoa!

Hey, get outta the way, you...
Whatever the heck you are.

Hmm.

Oh, hey. What's that?

Man,
these things are cute.

Aw.

- Sprig! Sprig!
- Hmm?

- Don't put your hand in there.
- Whoa!

Guys, look what I found.

I think it's an entry ticket for
the Bizarre Bazaar.

- The what now?
- The Bizarre Bazaar.

I've never been,
but I've heard stories.

It's a mysterious night market
that passes through once a year.

Exotic foods, games,
mysterious treasures.

Really? Maybe someone there will
know how my music box works.

Hold up! From what I've heard,
that bazaar is full of greedy degenerates.

Wave that thing around,
and it'll get stolen for sure.

Tell you what.
I'll reach out to some frogs I know

and see if they know a thing
about your music chest.

- Box.
- That, too.

All right, fine.

Finally. Let's go.

Hyah! Hyah!

We're going to the Bizarre
Bazaar tonight, aren't we?

Obvi.

Yeah-uh!

Bizarre Bazaar, here we come.

- Okay, which way?
- I don't know.

I think the egg
is supposed to show us.

Whoops.
Dude!

After it!

It got away.

There it goes!

No! We were so close.

Huh?

- Whoa.
- Whoa.

- Who-o-o-a.
- Who-o-o-a.

Skins and pelts,
skins and pelts.

- Whoa.
- Wow.

Hop Pop was right.
This place is intense.

- Hey, watch it, string bean.
- Oh, sorry.

Hey, look!

Check it out. Those look like
the markings on my music box.

Suspiciously so.

Where's the vendor?

Are you kidding me?

Hey, hey. It's fine.
They'll be back.

And in the meantime,

might as well check out
the rest of the bazaar.

Okay.

But we gotta come
right back here.

I don't wanna mess this up.

Two, please.

Ooh! Hot, hot.

Here you go, Anne.

Hey, this actually looks
pretty good.

Ugh! Or not.

Ooh!

Yes! I win!
Now I can buy my house back. Hooray!

Whoa, whoa, whoa!

Ah!

Whoa!

Wow. It's amazing how far removed
this place is from Wartwood.

There's absolutely
nothing familiar here.

Oh, hey,
there's Wally.

Come on.
Wally needs a new pair of shoes.

Whoo-hoo!

What? This is larceny!
I want my money back!

You know the rules.

No refunds
at the Bizarre Bazaar.

You're coming with us.

Ah! Get your hands off me. Help!

- Hmm. Hmm.
- Mmm, mmm.

Mmm.

Finally!

Now where
did I put my incense burner?

Huh?

Ah, velcome. Velcome
to Valeriana's Antiques.

Anne,
I think she's missing an arm.

- I heard that.
- Oh! Hey. What is this thing?

Just one of my many treasures
collected from my years of travel.

Whoa!

I've seen and heard it all.

Seen it all.
Heard it all.

Betcha haven't seen
anything like me, though.

No, not exactly.

Uh, there's something
I'd like you to take a look at.

Uh, you sure about this?
Maybe Hop Pop was right.

You heard her.
She's seen it all.

If anyone knows anything
about the music box...

My backpack! Where'd it go?

Hey! That's my backpack,
you little creep.

Get back here!

Could it be, Leander?

Could she be the one
we've been searching for?

No, Leander!
Not on the carpet.

Stop that tiny thief!

Greetings.

Come to try your luck
at my fun and exciting game?

Absolutely not!
Give me my backpack.

Backpack?

The one on your prize wall!

Oh, you mean
the magical pouch of mystery.

Who can say where it came from?
Or how?

Nice try.

Ha!

What?

Ah-ah-ah!

Once something
is on the prize wall,

the only way to get it back
is to win it.

Sorry, hon,
Bizarre Bazaar rules.

The music box.
I can't lose it.

What are we gonna do?

Looks like there's
only one thing we can do.

All right, we'll play your
game, you little sicko.

So what is it?
Dunk tank? Whack-a-mole?

Whack-a-tank-a-dunk-a-mole?

Oh,
it's a little more involved than that.

Behold!

That's right, folks.
Thrills! Chills! Spills!

The best cockroach racing
this bazaar has to offer!

Whoo! Yeah!

Giant cockroaches.
Of course.

Now, then. Who has
the guts to challenge

this strange-looking biped
and her little pink boyfriend?

Whoa!
Not my boyfriend.

Yeah, she's way too old for me.

Yeah.
Wait, what?

I will
take this challenge.

The Wrecker!

He hasn't been seen
in years.

The Wrecker?
The legend says he'll wreck yourself

if you don't check yourself.

Let's get outta here.

Oh, boy.

All right.
Let's do this.

The race is on!

On your marks.

Get set.

Go!

I've got 20 on The Wrecker.
I've got 25.

I've got a rash.

Hey! That's cheating!

Anything goes
in the Bizaare Bazaar.

Oh, no. They have signs.

It must be true!

Oh, anything goes, huh?
Well, then I have a plan.

All right, Sprig.
Tongue him.

Tongue him?
I hardly know him.

Just do it, please!

Whoa!

Whoo-hoo!
Oh, cool, it worked.

Huh?

We're gonna win!
We're gonna win! We're gonna win!

Winner,
winner, cricket dinner!

- Well,
that didn't feel balanced.

Our reigning champion
takes the prize.

No!

Here you are.

You look fantastic.

No, no, no, no, no.
Wait! Come back!

Oh, no.
The bazaar's closing.

Look. Pack it up.

The music box.

I-It's gone.

Now I'll never get home.

Hey, it's okay, Anne.

Maybe, uh, we can find
someone who knows The Wrecker.

Track him down, you know?

The frogs in there said
they hadn't seen him in years.

No, he's long gone by now.

- Hey!
- The Wrecker!

Look, I know
you won my backpack,

but there's something inside
I really need.

You gotta give it back.
I'll do anything.

- Hop Pop?
- Hop Pop?

I'm so confused.

Isn't it obvious, Anne?

I knew you two couldn't resist
the Bizarre Bazaar,

so I decided to keep watch in case
you got yourselves in a pickle!

Which you did.
A big, fat pickle.

Hmm?

Anyways, here you go.

Hop Pop!
You're the best.

Thanks for having
my back... pack.

You were right.
I was too impatient for answers.

Here. Go through
your trusted channels.

I'm okay with waiting
a little longer.

I'll do my best, Anne.

I know how important
this is to you.

Okay, back up.
You're The Wrecker, Hop Pop?

How many games have you beaten?
Did it ever get dangerous, Hop Pop?

Have you killed a man, Hop Pop?

Whatever happens in the Bizarre
Bazaar stays in the Bizarre Bazaar.

Aw, man!

Just like Vegas.

Sure, Anne.
Just like Vegas.

Good night, Sprig!
Good night, Hop Pop!

- Night, you guys.
- Night, kiddos.

Sorry, Anne, but I can't have
you showing this thing around.

Too dangerous for all of us.

Now it's where it belongs.
Where no one can find it.

Sours: https://subslikescript.com/series/Amphibia-8050740/season-1/episode-16
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Amphibia (TV series)

American animated television series

Amphibia is an American animated television series created by Matt Braly that premiered on Disney Channel on June 17, 2019.[1] The series features the voices of Brenda Song, Justin Felbinger, Bill Farmer, and Amanda Leighton.

The series has been renewed for a third[2] season, which premiered on October 2, 2021.[3]

Premise[edit]

Main article: List of Amphibia characters

The series chronicles the adventures of an independent and fearless 13-year-old Thai-American girl named Anne Boonchuy (Brenda Song).[4] After Anne is peer pressured into stealing a mysterious music box on her 13th birthday, it magically transports her and her two best friends Sasha Waybright (Anna Akana) and Marcy Wu (Haley Tju) to the world of Amphibia, a wild marshlandtropical island full of anthropomorphic amphibians and threatening creatures, where they are separated (Anne transported to a small swampy forest, Sasha to Toad Tower, and Marcy to Newtopia). Anne, after a month of living in a cave, is taken in by the Plantars, a family of frogs that consists of excitable young Sprig (Justin Felbinger); unpredictable and adventurous baby pollywog Polly (Amanda Leighton); and overprotective and traditional grandfather Hop Pop (Bill Farmer) who live on a farm in the town of Wartwood. As she bonds with her newfound family, Anne gradually learns what it means to be a hero and develop a true friendship, all the while trying to find her friends and return home. The matter is complicated when Sasha allies with Captain Grime (Troy Baker), leader of the warfaring toads of Toad Tower, who seek to control their home of Frog Valley.[5]

In season two, Anne and the Plantars go on a road trip to the Amphibian capital, Newtopia, to learn the secrets of the Calamity Box and find a way to get Anne home. There, Anne reunites with Marcy, who offers to help restore the box's power through a series of ancient trials, unaware that Amphibia's ruler, King Andrias (Keith David) secretly has his own plans for them. Meanwhile, Sasha and Grime plot to invade Newtopia and overthrow the monarch, allowing the toads to rule over all of Amphibia.

In season three, Anne and the Plantars are transported to Anne's home in the suburbs of East Los Angeles. Anne must now help the frog family adjust to the human world and keep their identities a secret, while searching for a way to return to Amphibia and stop Andrias's invasion. In Amphibia, Sasha and Grime lead the people of Wartwood in a rebellion against Andrias. However, Andrias begins sending forces to Earth to eliminate Anne, while keeping Marcy in suspended animation inside of a stasis capsule for future plans.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On February 19, 2018, Amphibia was greenlit by Disney Channel alongside The Owl House.[1] The series was created and executive-produced by Matt Braly, previously a storyboard artist on Gravity Falls and later a director on both Gravity Falls and Big City Greens. According to his Twitter account, he had been working on the series for almost two years before being greenlit,[6] though he began to conceive the project while work on Gravity Falls began to conclude.[7]

On May 15, 2019, Disney Channel renewed Amphibia for a second season ahead of its premiere.[8][9]

On June 23, 2020, the show was renewed for a third season ahead of its second-season premiere.[2] In a Reddit AMA, Braly referred to Amphibia as a "three act show" with season two as the "2nd act", implying that Season 3 will serve as the final season of the show.[10]

Writing[edit]

The show was based on Braly's childhood trips to Bangkok, Thailand.[11] The series' tone was inspired by films by Aardman Animations and Studio Ghibli,[11][7] while its storytelling format was inspired by Gravity Falls and Steven Universe.[12] Braly was also inspired by video games such as The Legend of Zelda and Chrono Trigger when creating the series.[13] Other inspirations for the series include shows Braly watched in his childhood, such as Batman: The Animated Series and Disney's Gargoyles; he precisely cited Gargoyles as an inspiration for the series' story arc.[14] According to Braly, one of the reasons he created the series was because he wanted a show whose lead character had a similar arc to Gravity Falls character Pacifica Northwest, as he felt that "to have this character change so drastically was so rewarding, and that's why [he] knew [he] wanted [his] own show to have some of that element as well".[11] The character of Sprig went through several changes through development, with the developers constantly giving him different ages, before choosing to make the character a younger brother-like figure for Anne.[15] Similarly, Anne, Sasha, and Marcy were originally fifteen-years-old because they wanted the series to have a high school-like feel, but were aged down in order to appeal to the series' target demographic; due to this, the trio often realizes actions more akin to high school students, such as driving and having part-time jobs.[16]

The series marks the first animated show to have a Thai-American lead.[7] Braly, who is Thai-American, chose to make the series' lead character, Anne Boonchuy, Thai-American because he wanted more Thai characters in television series.[17] According to Braly, Anne was loosely inspired by his grandmother.[11] He described Anne being Thai-American as "a number one priority", as he wanted Thai-American kids to see themselves reflected on television.[7] Braly also made the character dark-skinned due to his mother's family being tanned.[18] Season 3, which is set on Earth, further delves into Anne's Thai heritage, including an episode set on a Wat Thai temple on Los Angeles. Braly described the temple's representation in the episode as "pretty accurate", as it is important for him to represent Thai culture accurately.[16]

Braly chose to make the series to be centered around a frog-populated world because he felt that, due to how frogs change from tadpoles to frogs, they were perfect for the series' theme of change.[19] Braly also implemented themes involving social classes and environmental awareness into the series, with Anne interacting with frogs of several different social backgrounds and learning to "appreciate the natural world around her".[18]

Three of the series' four writers are women, since Braly felt necessary due to the show centering on a teenage girl.[11] Storyboard artists are allowed to pitch their own ideas for an episode, a practice Braly took from his time at Gravity Falls.[11] Braly wanted the series to feature intense sequences, yet still being appropriate for all ages, constantly checking-in whether a scene is too terrifying for children and whether is what the scene is intended to be.[15]

Casting and voice recording[edit]

On March 27, 2019, it was revealed that Brenda Song would star in the series as the voice of Anne Boonchuy.[20] In April 2019, it was reported that Justin Felbinger would voice Sprig Plantar in the series.[8] On May 15, 2019, it was reported that Amanda Leighton and Bill Farmer joined the cast as the voices of Polly and Hopediah "Hop Pop" Plantar, respectively.[8] Over 50 actresses auditioned for the role of Anne, including Anna Akana and Haley Tju. While the role ultimately went to Song, Braly cast Akana and Tju as Anne's human friends, Sasha and Marcy respectively, instead.[21][2] According to Braly, certain roles were written with a specific actor in mind, such as King Andrias, who is voiced by Keith David.[21]

Muppet performer Matt Vogel (as Kermit the Frog) made an appearance in the season 2 episode "Swamp and Sensibility".[22] However, Kermit himself (whom Vogel performed since 2017) was credited for the role in promotional material;[23] Kermit previously appeared in two promotional web videos for the series,[24][25] as well as in a D23 Expo panel promoting both the series and Big City Greens.[26]

According to Braly, Song add-libbed several jokes during recording.[27] Similarly, Alex Hirsch improvised several lines for his appearance in the season two episode "Wax Museum".[28] During the COVID-19 pandemic, cast members had to remotely record their lines from their homes, after which they sent their lines to the series' editors.[29]

The guest stars for season three include Whoopi Goldberg, RuPaul, Kate Micucci, Brad Garrett, Anika Noni Rose, Archie Yates, Wallace Shawn, Jason Ritter, Dana Davis, and Melissa Villaseñor.[3] Rose previously worked alongside David and season 2 guest star Jenifer Lewis on Disney's The Princess and the Frog, a film Braly is fond of.[30]

Animation[edit]

Rough Draft Korea, Sunmin Image Pictures, and Saerom each provide animation. Braly chose those animation studios due to them still working with hand-drawn animation, a style Braly favored for the series.[31] The animators spend three to four months working on pre-production, with an episode taking about nine months to complete.[11] Forty staff members at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California also worked on the series.[11]

James Turner, a British illustrator most well known for his work on the Pokémon series of games (having created several Pokémon designs and worked as the art director for Pokémon Sword and Shield), provided artwork during the initial stages of the project.[32] The series' visuals were inspired by Jim Henson's 1982 film The Dark Crystal and the 1977 animated adaptation of The Hobbit.[11] The series' environments were also inspired by natural settings.[27] According to Braly, storyboarding for an episode begins after its script is finished.[31] Braly said that the different character designs for Anne and Marcy, in spite of both characters having Asian backgrounds, were because the producers "never wanted to be trapped into a character design just because of what people might think an Asian person 'should' look like in a cartoon", as the characters "are representations of folks, not caricatures".[21]

By March 24, 2020, Disney Television Animation was closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with work on the series continuing remotely.[33] By that point, the producers had started storyboarding the season 2 finale, while other episodes were only partially completed.[34]

Music[edit]

T. J. Hill composed the score for the series.[35] During production on the series, Leslie Wolfhard, wife of storyboard artist Steve Wolfhard, pitched to the producers a song, which they ended up using in the season 1 episode "Taking Charge".[36] On July 23, 2020, Hill created a SoundCloud playlist featuring 10 tracks from the first season's score.[37]

A song titled "Welcome to Amphibia", performed by Celica Gray Westbook, was originally intended to serve as the series' theme song.[38] However, the song was later discarded in favor of an instrumental theme.[39] According to Braly, "Welcome to Amphibia" was written due to orders from Disney, but he eventually convinced the studio to use an instrumental theme instead, as he disliked the song because he felt it didn't fit with the show or its main character.[39]

Hyper Potions composed a new version of the instrumental opening for the show's first "Theme Song Takeover" video.[13] A third version of the opening, with lyrics by writer Dan Siegel, was written for the second "Theme Song Takeover" video.[13]

The first season finale, "Reunion", features the song "Lean on Me" by Bill Withers. Braly said that he constantly listened to the song while developing the relationship between Anne, Marcy, and Sasha, so, when work began on "Reunion", Braly chose to use the song for the scene in which Sasha tries to sacrifice herself.[40]

On April 23, 2021, an extended play album, titled Amphibia: Battle of the Bands, was released.[41] The album features the songs "Heartstomper", written by T.J. Hill and performed by Akana, and "No Big Deal", written by Adam Gubman and performed by Song, Akana, and Tju, as well as instrumental covers of both songs by Hill, Todd McClintock and Adam Gubman, respectively.[42][41][43]

Season three will feature a Christmas special with a new song written by Rebecca Sugar of Steven Universe fame; Braly previously served as a writer and storyboard artist in the Steven Universe episode "Lars and the Cool Kids".[3]

Marketing[edit]

On July 19, 2018, during the Star vs. the Forces of Evil and Big City Greens panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Disney released an early version of the intro for the series.[44] They also gave away a limited-edition plush toy of Sprig Plantar.

On April 26, 2019, Disney FanFest released a music video for a vocal version of the opening theme titled ″Welcome to Amphibia″ performed by Celica Gray Westbrook[38] and a two-minute clip[45] during a livestream.[46] It was discussed to be used as the intro song.[47]

On May 14, 2019, Disney Channel released the trailer,[48] with Disney Channel releasing the final version of the intro 3 days later.[49]

Amphibia also included shorts, beginning with Teen Girl in a Frog World. The shorts premiered on September 3, 2019.[50]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2019)[edit]

Season 2 (2020–21)[edit]

Season 3 (2021)[edit]

Shorts[edit]

Shorts overview[edit]

Online shorts Episodes Originally released
First released Last released
"Teen Girl in a Frog World"5September 3, 2019October 1, 2019
"Wild Amphibia"4November 13, 2019December 4, 2019
"Chibi Tiny Tales"6June 7, 2020July 12, 2020
"Disney Theme Song Takeover"3August 14, 2020September 30, 2021
"Vlogs from the Bog"TBASeptember 1, 2021TBA

Teen Girl in a Frog World (2019)[edit]

A series of shorts began airing depicting Anne encountering oddities in Amphibia with the Plantars. All of the shorts were directed by Drew Applegate.[110][111][112]

Wild Amphibia (2019)[edit]

In the style of nature documentaries, Soggy Joe introduces the viewer to a variety of strange creatures in Amphibia. After Soggy Joe is done reviewing each one, he will reveal a fictional promotion that is associated with him.

Chibi Tiny Tales (2020)[edit]

Disney began releasing new shorts titled Chibi Tiny Tales as a loose follow up to Big Chibi 6 The Shorts.

Disney Theme Song Takeover (2020–21)[edit]

As part of a promotional campaign, Disney Channel began airing the Disney Theme Song Takeover wherein supporting characters from different shows performed the theme song to the series they were in. Unlike previous theme song takeovers, the first Amphibia Takeover video is instead an alternate arrangement instead of a supporting character singing it.

Vlogs from the Bog (2021)[edit]

A series of shorts featuring Anne showing off the interesting things in Amphibia. Chronologically, these shorts occur during the first season, though in "My Dope Life As A Battle Queen! By: Sasha", Sasha is shown to already be aware of who Sprig is and his relationship with Anne, information she would not find out until the end of the season.

Ratings[edit]

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Amphibia received universal acclaim from critics. Common Sense Media's Emily Ashby rated the show 4 out of 5 stars and praised the series for its characters and themes, writing that "Sprig and Anne's adventures are a joy to behold, mostly thanks to their delightfully compatible personalities and the sweet friendship that develops between them" and that "the story illustrates issues like bullying and emotional manipulation in ways that will resonate with kids and tweens and can prompt discussions about the topics".[119] Bekah Burbank of LaughingPlace.com praised the series' ability to balance its humor and its terror elements, as well as its pacing, characters, and animation, stating that "Amphibia is clever and goofy with plenty of jokes to keep kids laughing and just enough scary content to hold their attention. The show moves quickly and is broken into two 11-minute episodes that, at least for the premiere, form one complete chapter. The animation is bouncy and colorful and the characters are a delight".[120]Collider's Dave Trumbore gave the series' first two episodes a 4 stars rating, feeling that they "[served] as a great introduction to the series".[121]

Awards and nominations[edit]

The show won an Annie Award for "Best Character Design" in 2021. In the same year, it was nominated for an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Children's Animated Program", but it lost to Hilda.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^This episode was released on DisneyNOW and Disney Channel's official YouTube channel on June 14, 2019.
  2. ^This episode was scheduled to premiere on May 1, 2021. However, it was delayed due to scheduling shifts.[103] It was released accidentally on iTunes on the day after the scheduled premiere, but was taken down later.[104]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab"Amphibia | Disney Channel Press". DisneyABC Press. Retrieved March 15, 2019.
  2. ^ abcRamos, Dino-Ray (June 23, 2020). "Disney Channel Renews 'Amphibia' For Season 3; Kermit The Frog, Jenifer Lewis, George Takei And More To Guest Star On Season 2". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved June 23, 2020.
  3. ^ abcRivera, Britt (July 24, 2021). "Disney's Amphibia Season 3 Sets October Premiere Date [EXCLUSIVE]". Screen Rant. Retrieved July 24, 2021.
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Episode # Segment Production Code Title Synopsis Airdate Viewers (millions) 1 1a 103 Anne or Beast?Sprig tries to capture a mysterious beast to prove that he’s responsible.[4]June 17, 2019[5]0.39 1b Best FrondsSprig takes Anne swimming in a nearby lake to help her feel less homesick.[4]June 17, 2019[6]0.39 2 2a 101 Cane CrazyWhen Anne breaks Hop Pop's favorite cane, she and her friends set out to replace it.[4]June 18, 2019 0.46 2b Flood, Sweat & TearsWhen Anne's bedroom floods, she and Sprig must bunk together.[4]June 18, 2019 0.46 3 3a 102 Hop LuckTo win a village cooking contest, Anne leads the family on a quest to make pizza.[4]June 19, 2019 0.37 3b StakeoutSprig wants Anne and Hop Pop to get along, so he tricks them into going on a stakeout.[4]June 19, 2019 0.37 4 4a 107 The Domino EffectAnne wants to keep a caterpillar as a pet, but she'll have to keep it a secret from Hop Pop.[4]June 20, 2019 0.41 4b Taking ChargeAfter one of the Plantars mysteriously runs out the charge on Anne's phone, the family embarks on a mission to try and recharge it.[4]June 20, 2019 0.41 5 5a 104 Anne Theft AutoIn an attempt to learn to drive the family snail wagon, Anne and Sprig take it for a joy ride.[4]June 24, 2019 0.39 5b Breakout StarAnne's pimple breakout makes her a celebrity in Wartwood.[4]June 24, 2019 0.39 6 6a 105 Sprig Vs. Hop PopAngry with how the Plantar farm is being run, Sprig decides to overthrow Hop Pop and causes a wreck doing it.[4]June 25, 2019 0.39 6b Girl TimeAnne plans to give Polly some long-overdue girl time, whether she wants it or not.[4]June 25, 2019 0.39 7 7a 106 Dating SeasonAnne and Hop Pop learn Sprig may like Ivy Sundew, so they attempt to set them up.[4]June 26, 2019 0.39 7b Anne Vs. WildAnne pretends to like camping, which is fine until she goes dangerously overboard.[4]June 26, 2019 0.39 8 8a 108 Contagi-AnneAnne fakes getting sick to get off work, but the rest of the family gets sick.[4]June 27, 2019 0.41 8b Family ShrubSprig and Polly think their family history is boring until they uncover family secrets.[4]June 27, 2019 0.41 9 9a 109 Lily Pad ThaiAnne gets a job at Stumpy's, then goes overboard turning the diner into a Thai restaurant. July 1, 2019 0.39 9b Plantar's Last StandAfter a rent increase on the food stand, Anne convinces Hop Pop to sell Plantar's Potions. July 1, 2019 0.39 10 10a 110 Toad TaxAnne befriends toad soldiers to gain respect in Wartwood, but must choose between her new respect and her frog family. July 2, 2019 0.50 10b Prison BreakFar from Wartwood, Anne's friend Sasha is captured by toads. July 2, 2019 0.50 11 11a 111 Grubhog DayDuring Grubhog Day, Sprig has to decide whether to uphold his responsibilities or have fun at the carnival. July 3, 2019 0.44 11b Hop Pop and LockTo impress Sylvia Sundew, Hop Pop asks Anne to teach him to dance. July 3, 2019 0.44 12 12a 112 Civil WartWhen Anne exposes Wartwood to a teen romance film, the town splits on the movie's love triangle. July 4, 2019 0.45 12b Hop-PopularAfter losing his stand, Hop Pop decides to run for mayor of Wartwood. July 4, 2019 0.45 13 13a 113 Croak and PunishmentWhen Sprig’s rare and precious Blue Moon Shell is stolen, he and Anne investigate to find the thief. July 8, 2019 0.42 13b Trip to the ArchivesTo prepare for Anne’s quest, the Plantars visit the town archives and accidentally get trapped. July 8, 2019 0.42 14 14a 114 Snow DayWhen a winter cold snap freezes all the frogs in Wartwood, Anne must protect the townspeople. July 9, 2019 0.44 14b Cracking Mrs. CroakerIn an effort to make Mrs. Croaker like him, Sprig digs up a secret from her past. July 9, 2019 0.44 15 15a 115 A Night at the InnThe Plantars stay at a bed and breakfast for the night, but Polly discovers the caretakers aren’t what they seem. July 10, 2019 0.34 15b Wally and AnneEveryone calls Anne crazy when she claims to have seen the mythical Moss Man. July 10, 2019 0.34 16 16a 116 Family Fishing TripSprig wants to spend time with Hop Pop on their family fishing trip, but Hop Pop’s friend Sylvia gets in the way. July 11, 2019 0.48 16b Bizarre BazaarAnne’s music box goes missing at the mysterious and exclusive Bizarre Bazaar. July 11, 2019 0.48 17 17a 117 Cursed!After Anne helps Sprig break up with Maddie, strange things start happening to them. July 15, 2019 0.47 17b Fiddle Me ThisWhen a popular talent competition comes to Wartwood, Hop Pop goes overboard in training Sprig to win. July 15, 2019 0.47 18 18a 118 The Big Bugball GameAnne must learn the value of teamwork to win the town's annual Bugball game. July 16, 2019 0.37 18b Combat CampAnne, Sprig, and Polly are forced to stay at a daycare center that turns out to be more than it seems. July 16, 2019 0.37 19 19a 119 Children of the SporeHop Pop is tired of Sprig, Polly and Anne's misbehavior and receives a special potion from the mysterious Apothecary Gary which supposedly cures them of their mischief, but with dire side effects. July 17, 2019 0.41 19b Anne of the YearAnne wins the prestigious "Frog of the Year" award and gets to plan her own party, but the frogs of Wartwood may not be ready for a human-style bash. July 17, 2019 0.41 20 120 ReunionDuring a banquet hosted by the toads, Anne is reunited with a friend from home. July 18, 2019 0.34
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