Littlest PetCast

Episode 29: Heart of Parkness-The Problem With Sunil

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Well...Welcome I this episode of the Littlest PetCast. I'm going to be straight with you; we're talking about racism in this episode. It's not a comfortable subject to talk about, but it needs to be talked about, because this episode is casually racist in some aspects. That being said, we are taking a look at the episode "Heart of Parkness", with story by Mitch Larson and Adam Beechen, teleplay by Adam Beechen, and directed by Dallas Parker. In this episode, Blythe and the pets go to the park, as does the Biskit family. Fisher is looking for a lost cobra he intends to sell, while Blythe wants the pets to have a good time. Sunil gets separated from everyone else and comes across a group of raccoons. However, the cobra that Fisher is looking for finds and attacks the raccoons, but Sunil is there to defend them.

Why haven't these pets watched Magic School Bus? Who designed the awfully designed headphones the Biskits wear? Does nature itself hate the Biskit twins? Is the amount of stuff I'm putting off talking about make you feel like you're stepping on pins and needles? Why is this show casually racist at times?

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