"There was a pet show that she had to miss Because her friend got caught in the bliss Hyper-rugged mime dog of Paris, Oh, I think my boyfriend's an idiot I said, hey kid we're both just the same What a shame Ya know, how I'd love to go to Paris again" Hello and Welcome back to the Littlest PetCast. In today's episode, we are looking at the episode "To Paris With Zoe", with story by Julie McNally-Cahill, Tim Cahill, and Adam Beechen, teleplay by Adam Beechen, and directed by Dallas Parker. In this episode, Blythe goes to Paris with Zoe, which I guess you could have figured out from the title. Blythe also meets a new friend in Emma. She's the daughter of Roger's co-pilot and aspiring tour guide. In Paris, Blythe falls in love with the city, and Zoe falls in love with a mime dog. Back at home, Vinnie falls in love with the Insect Channel. Can these loves be reckoned with so that they can do what they planned to do, or will they get lost in it forever?
Do the children of pilots always have such a drive? Would you ride an invisible bike? Should Blythe seek professional help? Why did this show give up its plausible denyability? Is it right to idealize Paris?