Hello and welcome, and just as promised, another episode for you to enjoy close to the release of the last one. This time we'll be looking at the episode "Topped With Buttercream", with story by Julie McNally-Cahill, Tim Cahill, and Roger Eschbacher, teleplay by Roger Eschbacher, and directed by Dallas Parker. In this episode Youngmee's aunt Christie opens a sweet shop close to the Littlest Pet shop, and Youngmee and Blythe are excited about it. The pets are just as excited because they get to meet Christie's pet rabbit, Buttercream. Buttercream takes them to the candy shop and the pets dig in. But when the door locks behind them and the sugar starts getting to them they behave like animals. Well, moreso than usual anyway.
How do buildings work? Would you create a pocket dimension in your purse? Is any sugar high fantasy better than "Onwards Aoshima!"? Why are the gender politics of this show so weird? Can some classics just not hold up?