It's another lovely day in Tranquility Forest, and the Bugaloos are busy
working on their own individual tasks. Sparky, however, doesn't appear
to have anything to do. The Bugaloos let him help, but he manages to
screw everything up. So, Sparky heads into town to try and get a "real"
job. The Bugaloos sneak into town before him and set him up a job working
at Kook Radio, with Peter Platter. Meanwhile, Benita Bizarre *still*
can't seem to get any airplay, and is told by Peter Platter, "Get your
own radio station!" Taking his advice, she proceeds to do just that,
and patches herself in to the radio station itself. As the wires are
swapped, the radio station goes kablooey, and all eyes point to Sparky.
It's not until they hear Benita's voice on the air that the Bugaloos
begin to figure it out.
Written by: Warren S. Murray
Directed by: Tony Charmoli
Original Airdate: November 7, 1970
|Sparky: "No! I protest! You can't do this to me!!"||78k|
|Sparky: "Roger! Wilco! It's as good as done!!"||56k|
|Harmony: "Harvey Nickel, what a pickle!"||38k|
|Microphone: (Peter Platter's microphone tells Benita off)||63k|
|Peter Platter: "Hey Sparky, how's the little ball of fire today?"||65k|
|Sparky: (Sparky applies for a job)||67k|
|Benita: "Oh, I'm such a little devil!!"||36k|
|Funky: "Pull the plug, schnell!!"||108k|
|Peter Platter: (Peter introduces the #1 song)||138k|
G Bm7 C D G Bm7 C D Castles - castles in the air G D/F# Em Take a paper plane through the rain D C A D And you'll be floating free G Bm7 C D Through those castles - growing every G Bm7 C D where G D/F# Em Won't you let your mind just unwind D C A D Go upstream toward a dream G C You can ride on D G C A love you can glide on D Em Bm/D C A D Behind every cloud is a star to light your way G Bm7 C D If you stumble - don't be scared to G Bm7 C D tumble G D/F# Em Even when you're down on the ground D C A D Let a part of your heart reach for G Bm7 C D G Bm7 C Castles - castles in the a - i - r, D G Bm7 C Castles in the a - i - r...
The peacock who guards Benita's jukebox entrance isn't attached.
It can get up and walk away.
The Bugaloos have a radio.
Special thanks to JLM, for helping to decipher the above lyrics!