|Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Green|
|U.S. Air Date||January 25, 2002|
|Directed by||Timothy Björklund|
|Written by||Bill & Cheri Steinkellner|
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Scott teaches Leonard how to play fetch — or fetch-it, after Leonard says it's boring. That backfires the next day in school, when everyone is bored, trying to think of something to do. While Scott is off getting a drink of water, Leonard teaches everyone the game of Fetch-it-ball, which is just fetch, only with teams and scoring. When Scott comes back from his drink of water and finds everyone playing fetch, he's surprised. When he finds out he didn't get any credit for fetch-it... ball, he's even more surprised, and begins to get a little jealous.
Later that day, while Scott tries to come up with a game to combat the "grand game of fetch-it", the fourth graders, led by Leonard, get pummeled by the fifth graders in fetch-it-ball and Leonard and Scott decide to work together to win the game.
|Nathan Lane||Spot Helperman/Scott Leadready II|
|Shaun Fleming||Leonard Helperman|
|Jerry Stiller||Pretty Boy|
|David Ogden Stiers||Mr. Jolly, Cheerer|
|Rob Paulsen||Ian Wazselewski, additional voices|
|Pamela Segall Adlon||Tyler, Taylor and Trevor, Teddy Naven, additional voices|
|Lauren Tom||Younghee Mandel-Baum, additional voices|
|Mae Whitman||Leslie Dunkling|
- Moral: Don't let envy get the better of you.
An English VHSrip and a widescreen Tagalog Dub exists online. An English Widescreen version exists as well, but the audio is ripped from the VHSrip because the audio wasn't properly recorded.