|Season 3, Episode 3 (29th overall)|
|Air date||September 18, 1998|
|Written by||Michael Rubiner|
|Directed by||Irene Sherman|
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"Your Logo Here"(S3E3) is the 29th episode of KaBlam!. It is the third episode of the third season.
Henry and June Act 1
|In order to make the show more educational (by decree of the president and the shows producers), Henry and June present KaBlam! under the "Preparing Young Minds for Tomorrow's Future... Today!" slogan. Under the promise of keeping the infos kablammy, they start explaining the meaning of KaBlam! itself. June describes it as an Onomatopoeia, meaning words that sound that they describe, while Henry comments by saying "as something hard to pronounce, but fun to do!". As he's blowing up a chair (which forms the KaBlam! word) and she's roasting some bacon (leaving the word "Sizzle") as examples, Henry tries topping that with throwing water bombs towards Mr. Foot. The saquatch is getting hit by the watery surprise, while he is playing cards (while making a "Splash" sound). This gets him angered enought to box Henry out of the comic (with an accompaning "Pow!"), leaving June, who now presents the next cartoon: "Sniz and Fondue".|
Sniz and Fondue
While watching one of their favorite late-time shows "Mob Justice", Fondue is getting called by a neighbor, who informs him about a burglar roaming the streets. Sniz tightly hugs him out of fear, but Sniz starts panicking and closes down every nook of the house, but to no avail. The sleepwalking Sniz steps on all traps, causing so mutch noise, that Fondue starts calling the Police and a SWAT team out of panic. Shortly after, the policemen storm the house, only to find Sniz. Perceiving the call as a false alarm, the security angrily leave them. Fondue, still believing that the burglar was real, accurses the now awoke ferret of distracting the forces. With Sniz naively taking his friends words granted, they start forming a neighbor watch.
The next night, the ferrets start spying in their neighborhood. They spot Moustace Guy taking his dog out to a walk, mistake him as the criminal and hastingly start the pursuit. It is however cut short as they quickly fall over each other, loosing track of him. Waking up during midday, Fondue finds his collection of "Battlestarship" figures missing. Sniz jumps in the room hearing his friends cry for help, with both coming to the fact that the thief (by them still thoght to be the moustaced man) had gone to far. Wanting to finally catch the criminal, Sniz and Fondue start selling some old items for a flea market in order to buy some new uniforms.
During the market, while Fondue is doing his job, Sniz is day dreaming in the back yard. As Fondue is selling a heatable blanket to a man (while explaining his goal of building up a neighbor watch), he suddenly identifies it as his own. The other neighbors coming by find their stolen goods under sale, too. This angers them, causing the crowd to accurse Fondue with him countering back by arguing that the moustaced man was the one as he was out there. Out of nowhere, the Moustace Guy comes around seeing his missing dog with a fat "Property of Moustace Guy" on its back, with a price tag of 1,99$. Having found the evidence, the neighbors argue with him being the one instead. Fondue quickly flees from the mob and gets cornered into an alleyway. Meanwhile, Sniz starts sleepwalking again and he is seen stealing stuff from the houses. As he is going down the sunset, Fondue starts crying for help.
Henry and June Act 2
|Having found the episode of Sniz and Fondue informative, Henry and June introduce Ed the Educational Otter to crank up their efforts for "Preparing Young Minds for Tomorrow's Future... Today!" even better. Ed who tries to help make the show more educational, mistakes the shows audience being much younger and directly greets them with the only responce being Henry eating a choco-glazed donut. Seeing Henrys unbrushed teeth, Ed begins singing his song about the importance of cleaning your teeth everyday and throws off his donut in the trash can. While June's laughting at Henrys misfortune, Ed sees her "untidy" appearance and dresses her in 1950s housewive attire during his song. During Henrys turn of having his laught, the otter discovers the studios lighting being to bright for his liking, so he starts going towards the studios switch immidiately for the sake of saving energy. Despite Henry and Junes warning, Ed pulls it, turning the set off. An emergency transition for "Action League Now!" then begins.|
Action League Now!
A baby spider begins to think Meltman is its mother, though this seems cute, things turn hectic when the real mother appears.
Henry and June Act 3
|Now located in another set (resembling Edgar Allan Poes hobby room), Henry and June start talking about the educational value of Action League Now! hidden behind their zany antics represented via various examples. They start with teaching the viewers "Newtons Law of Gravity" (while showing Meltman getting crushed by a safe dropped by The Flesh), the importance of water safety (while a clip showing the Action League smashing into the Mayor via a boat is presented) and that the viewer should always put the mixer on "purée" (while a clip where Hodge Podge's getting shreddered inside a mixer by Thundergirl is being presented). After announcing the episodes motto "Preparing Young Minds for Tomorrow's Future... Today!" again, Henry and June present the next story: Life with Loopy!|
Life with Loopy
Loopy discovers her mother is a secret agent who has an alien hidden in the house.
Henry and June Act 4
|Henry and June are now back in the studio together with Ed, while announcing the importance of reading for the viewers by Ed singing his jingle. Henry then brings forth one of his favorite comic book "Galaxy of Death", with the cover depicting someone getting zapped to bones by an alien. for taking a look. June recognizes the issue being the one, where the Similiaks face is getting ripped off. With excitement they start reading the comic which angers Ed, as it isn't educational at all. Under the pretence of wanting to read it as well, he takes the paper away, rolls it up and starts beating up Henry and June. While getting thrashed, thus wanting to teach the importance of self defense, June announces the next cartoon: Prometheus and Bob.|
Prometheus and Bob
Henry and June Act 5
|Henry and June trap Ed in a net, getting him off their nerves.|
Henry and June
Sniz and Fondue
Action League Now!
Life with Loopy
Prometheus and Bob
- Ed the Educational Otter was voiced by KaBlam! writer Michael Rubiner, who coincidentally wrote this episode.
- The episode is available for download on Henry and June segment creator Mark Marek's website.
- Watch Episode: Your Logo Here