Galileo, Galileo! is the second half of the fifty-fourth episode of Ready Jet Go!
Sydney and Jet are having a hard time explaining to Mindy that the Sun doesn't move - the Earth is moving around the Sun, so the Sun seems to move. Then Sean comes over dressed as his science hero Galileo, getting ready to do a school report. Mindy asks 'Galileo' to explain why the Sun seems to move, and Sean practices for his report by explaining how the planets move, in character as Galileo!
- Jet Propulsion
- Sean Rafferty
- Mindy Melendez
- Sydney Skelley
- Sunspot Propulsion
- Celery Propulsion
- Carrot Propulsion
Home Media Releases
- The scene where Mindy unintentionally makes Sean nervous about doing his Galileo report is similar to the scene from Holidays in Boxwood Terrace where Sean gets nervous about singing in front of the whole audience. There are even props used in the Christmas pageant seen backstage.
- Speaking of which, the beard that Sean wears for his Galileo costume is the same beard that Jet wore for his Santa costume.
- A different version of the song "I'm Not Afraid of New Ideas" from the episode Lone Star is heard in this episode.
- Sean reveals that he has a plethora of heroes: Galileo Galilei, Neil Armstrong, Albert Einstein (a physicist who developed the theory of relativity), Madame Curie (a chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity), and Patti Smith (a punk singer and poet).
- Continuity error: In Round and Round, Mindy pretended to be the sun and got to see how all the planets orbit around it, but in this episode, she believes that the sun orbits the Earth.
- Sean uses real Italian terms such as "Buonasera", "Grazie", and "Eccellente".
- Sean briefly breaks the fourth wall to tell the viewers that they can look at the planets in the sky today with a telescope or a pair of binoculars.
- This was originally going to be paired with Our Sun is a Star!, but ended up being paired with Mindy's Bedtime.