I wonder if Uncle Zucchini is older or younger than Celery. I think Celery is younger than Zucchini
What's on your mind?
It seems strange how Mainzer just HAPPENS to have a flugelhorn on hand for the interstitial following Potatoes on Mars, and Mindy also plays the very same instrument? You don't just casually own a flugelhorn to play on a past reference to a character!
8 March 2019 is Astronaut Ellen Ochoa...
11 March 2019 is Potatoes on Mars / Bortron Leprechaun
Their articles describe them as episodes 59 and 51 though...
Does that have something to do with production codes? It certainly doesn't seem to reflect their broadcast order.
Potatoes on Mars lists the preceding episode as Racing on Sunshine, which is listed as the 2nd half of episode 50 and debuted 18 July 2018...
Astronaut Ellen Ochoa lists the following episode as Eye in the Sky, which debuted 6 June 2018 and is described as "first half of the twentieth episode of the second season "
If we are going to list episode numbers in respect to season 2 (restarting at 1) then I believe we should also list the overall episode numbering too, which would be a higher number (summing with total episodes in season 1).
It might also be good to do a "story segment numbering" (twice as high) to give a broader picture. Ellen Ochoa for example, is actually divided into two parts (the title cards say Part I and Part II) so you could even do separate articles if you wanted.
When I was reminded that Mitchell's mom (Mrs. Petersen?) did have an off-screen line in the show, this made me wonder about other unseen parents.
Does anyone recall seeing (or at least hearing) Sean's dad (Mr. Rafferty?) or Mindy's dad (Mr. Melendez?) or Sydney's dad (Mr. Skelley?)
I don't want to jump to any conclusions about names though (thus the parenthesized question marks). Sydney and Sean's moms (Dr. Skelley and Dr. Rafferty) appear to work under Mindy's mom (Dr. Melendez) alongside Dr. Bergs, who as far as I know is the only male employee of the DSA who has been depicted...
All I know is, if they don't hint at something eventually, I am going to start making some very generous assumptions about Dr. Bergs and potential consanguinuity. Nature abhors a vacuum.
Reveal their secret
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At the end of Back to Bortron 7, Carrot and Celery's boss lets them stay on Earth for "another season". No, not forever, not another year, ONLY another season. Everyone in the show is all happy... but what happens when that season ends? Jet and his family will probably have to leave Earth forever.
Has anyone else noticed this?
So, apparently, there's gonna be a movie called Ready Jet Go!: Return to Bortron 7 (animationmagazine.net/tv/247-pbs-kids-channel-launches-across-us/?doing_wp_cron=1496283068.1549699306488037109375). According to the page link below, the summary is: "When Jet's parents need to return to their home planet, Sean and Sydney join the Propulsion family for an epic adventure to Bortron 7."
• Do they mean 'on'?
• Why do Jet's parents need to return to Bortron 7?
I mean they never came to the US legally their saucer just dropped to the Earth. Plus jet probably doesn't go to school. If this is the case, then how can the Propulsions buy things on Earth? In Diggin' Earth, Carrot and Celery bought a juicer for their boss' wife. This is confusing!
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