|Untitled (Why June Refuses to Turn the Page)|
|Season 1, Episode 9 (9th overall)|
|Air date||December 13, 1996|
|Written by||Robert Mittenthal, Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi|
|Directed by||Frank Gresham, Stephen Holman and Mark Marek|
You've Tried The Best! Now Try The Rest!
A Little Dab'll Do Ya
|Episode guide (rerun)|
A Little Dab'll Do Ya
Not Just For People Anymore
"Why June Refuses to Turn the Page" is considered as an alternate title by fans due to the comic book not showing the back cover (which at the end of each episode usually featured the title).
|Main Comic||Henry and June introduce the show, but June mixes up the hosting (mistaking the show for a game show, talk show and beauty pageant), which Henry claims it's because she's excited about being on TV.|
|Action League Now!||
The Flesh and Meltman play catch with eggs (against Thundergirl's wishes) and end up breaking one of them. Meltman and The Flesh are on guard duty, but it's freezing so they decide to move the eggs inside. They end up dropping one of the eggs on Thundergirl, killing another heir to the dynasty. With only two eggs left, they decide to put two grade A jumbo eggs in place of the pigeon eggs that they broke. When they get back to the nest, they realize one of the pigeon eggs has been stolen by two kids who are about to throw it at a car, the League is too late to stop them, and they throw it, and it breaks. With three of the dynasty members killed before they even hatched, the Chief returns, saying that the dynasty members hatched last night, one prince and three princesses. The League then realizes that they babysat the wrong nest, and Meltman is subsequently eaten by a snake that hatched from the remaining egg.The League must care for the eggs of the deceased Helena II, Queen of Pigeon Dynasty.
|Main Comic||June flips out with the cliffhanger from Action League Now! Due to wanting to be like Meltman, she melts herself and Henry.|
|Sniz and Fondue||
Sniz and Fondue go to ShapiroCon (for their favourite show), but they get stuck in the elevator when Sniz presses the emergency stop button. Sniz then opens the hatch and runs to ShapiroCon for help (as Fondue is still stuck in the elevator). Sniz steals Rex Remendo (the star of Shapiro)'s wallet to get him to the elevator. Fondue feels sadden by this and Rex realizes that he does really need help. He makes a dramatic entrance as the star of Battlestar Shapiro. He rescues Fondue by getting him to jump out the hatch. They then head back to ShapiroCon.
|Main Comic||June tries to make the perfect sound for KaBlam!, and succeeds by jumping on top of Henry.|
|Life with Loopy||
Loopy heads down to the pantry to see, while Mom's not looking. Loopy is then ambushed by cans of food that have come alive. A can of fish sauce called Sir Sauce-A-Lot comes and disperses the other cans, saying that Loopy is Mrs. Cooper's daughter. Loopy is then given a taste of Sir Sauce-A-Lot. Loopy realizes that he's the secret ingredient in the casserole, and calls him yucky. Taking full offense at her comment, Sir Sauce-A-Lot sends the cans after her. They capture her, but Loopy calls him yucky again, saying she'd rather eat pickled yams than him. Sir Sauce-A-Lot is angry at her, saying that he's better than all the other foods in the pantry. All the other cans attack Sir Sir Sauce-A-Lot in anger, while Loopy makes her escape. That night, Mrs Cooper makes pickled yam loaf (in lieu of the casserole), which disgusts Loopy and Larry even more than the casserole did.Fed up (so to speak) with not knowing what's in Mom's mystery casserole,
|Main Comic||June practices a pipe organ by getting the fans riled up for the conclusion of Action League Now!, but the name's chant spins Henry on to the comic book's corner.|
It's the school picnic today. Angela volunteers to switch seats with Nanette Manoir (who has sensitive skin), so she can wear her authentic Air Force aviator sunglasses, but is told to take them off by Mrs. Brinks. Nanette says there's gum under Angela's desk, and she has to scrape it. Angela then imagines that Nanette needs to borrow Angela's glasses, with Angela refusing. She then pours bug juice (pink lemonade) on Nanette, which attracts bees. Angela then puts a blanket over Nanette, which causes her to fall off a cliff while running, into the municipal sludge treatment plant. Back in reality, Angela stumbles over, causing Nanette to see that Angela is wearing boys underpants (because the dryer broke). Angela then puts gum under Nanette's desk.
|Main Comic||June refuses to turn the last page in order for the show to last "forever," so she locks it up after a fight with Henry but the show ends anyway when the lights go out in the comic book.|
- This is the only KaBlam! episode where the back cover isn't shown, due to the ending. It is also the only "untitled" episode due to its back cover not being shown.
- First appearance of Angela Anaconda. This episode was later withdrawn from reruns in the United States due to it featuring an Angela Anaconda segment, which Nickelodeon no longer had the rights to.
- It is also the first and only episode to contain a stinger with June still in the dark.
- This is an episode where Action League Now! doesn't immediately return following the first commercial break.
- It is the first episode where Sniz and Fondue is not the first short of the episode.
- It is the third episode and the second episode in a row without Prometheus and Bob.
- When June turns the page to go to Sniz and Fondue, the magnifying glass suddenly disappears.
- Palladium (a) - Derek Watkins, Colin Sheen ("Tell 'em what they won, Henry!")
- Saturday Special - Rolf Krueger ("Like today's topic: 'Bigfoots Love Too Much.'")
- Theatreland - Dick Walter (June presents one of the bigfoots as a winner)
- Ska Memorabilia - Jake Burns, Bruce Foxton (Henry hooks up a car to a page)
- The Plot Thickens - Dick Walter ("That's it?")
- Spindlelegs - Cedric King-Palmer (June wants to melt like Meltman)
- [original music by Nat Kerr and Rick Witkowski] ("...with the power to...melt!")
- 2-Tone Army [original music by the Moon Ska Stompers] (Henry and June melted/upcoming segments)
- Bullfight (b) - Dick Walter (June in a cannon)
- Royal Entrance - Dick Walter ("Welcome back to...")
- Ska Memorabilia - Jake Burns, Bruce Foxton ("Here's 'Life with Loopy.'")
- [original music by Stanley Schwartz] (June plays the organ)
- 2-Tone Army [original music by the Moon Ska Stompers] ("Not those kind of shorts!")
- Dramatic Cue (e) - Ronald Hanmer ("We could be on forever!")
- Hit and Run - Ralph Dollimore (June prevents Henry from turning the page)
- Skaternity [original music by the Moon Ska Stompers] (ending/credits)