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"High Noon" is the 28th episode of Seven Little Monsters.
The monsters wait impatiently for their cupcakes to finish baking. Since time passes more quickly when you are doing something, they partake of some typically bizarre monster activities, such as building an exact replica of the Taj Mahal in their backyard and swimming the English Channel in under 10 minutes.
Trivia / Goofs / NotesEdit
- Three is a French chef in this episode. He was also the French Chef in the episode It's a Wonder-Four Life.
- It is interesting to note that here Mom handles putting the cupcakes in the oven as "Stoves and knives are not for young dookles being" yet back in "Fair Play" we see Seven putting cookies into an oven by himself. Thank goodness, Seven is not hurt during the process. Because Seven does it carefully.
- When Six explains that she might of herd Three say "Un" as if something might of hurt him. Her horn changed to a peach colour.
- One means Un (Uh) as her French name, Two means Deux (Duhr) as his French name, Three means Trois (Twa) as his French name, Four means Quatre (Katr or Cat) as his French name, Five means Cinq (Sank) as his French name, Six means Six (Sees) as both her English name and French name except her name is said differently in both ways, and Seven means Sept (Set) as his French name and it's also the short form for September.
- The monsters sing a song about how they pronounce their number names in French to the tune of "Hello! Ma Baby" AKA "The Frog Song" from Looney Tunes.
Three: Today we will be making cupcakes, which will we will bring to ze park zis afternoon! And, I ze French chef will keep track on what you monsters should do. Un.
Six: Are you all right, Three?
Three: Of course! Why did you ask?
Six: It's just that you grunted "Uh."
Three: No, no, cher Six. Un is French for one.
One: That's cool. I have another name in French.
Three: Three is trois.
Four: What's Four in French.
Three: Quatre. And Five is cinq.
Five: Cinq, cinwq!
Four: You better not go to the sea, Five!