"And I can't forget your style and your witticism; somehow it was like you were the first to listen to everything we said. My smile's an open wound without you...and my hands are tied to keyboards linked to bring you back. Tonight the webcam will deliver you the words that I can't say (Tonight I'm calling you) A million miles away. Tonight is all about 'We miss you.' (Miss you, miss you, miss you) Tonight is all about 'We miss you' now." Hello, and welcome to season 2 of the Littlest PetCast. Today we kick this season off by going through the episode "Missing Blythe", written by Julie McNally-Cahill and Tim Cahill, and directed by Dallas Parker. In this episode, Blythe is attending Fashion University North, and while she likes it, she's starting to feel drained. Meanwhile, the pets are a mess without her. So the come up with a plan to see her again, which has a 80% chance of success, which is a lot better than most of their plans.
Should you expect some hiccups when getting back into a something you haven't done in a while? How hard is it to at least try to do a Ben Stein impression? Was Mrs. Twombly not allowed to perform in the South because she was a Civil Rights Activist? Is this some kind of "Magic Keyboard?" Did I really reference an old Fall Out Boy song in the title just because I could and wanted to and it loosely tied into the plot of the episode? Yes. Yes I did.