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Title: You can't Hanzel the truth - part 2
Date: July 8, 2005
Summary: The Good Fairy of the East saves Beaver from the hungry Witch and Steve.
"Fin" style: Made of candy.
Number of panels: 10
Beaver sits in the pie while the witch and Steve prepare to eat him.
Witch: "That's it my pretty! Put on the crust and the pie is ready for the oven!
The Good Fairy of the East appears.
Good Fairy: "Wait!"
Witch: "Oh! It's the Good Fairy of the East!"
Good Fairy: "Don't worry little Beaver! You'll soon be free... with a little help from my magic wand!"
Beaver is free from pie where now Witch and Steve are trapped.
Beaver: "You freed me! Can you send us home too?"
Good Fairy: Why, you've had a way to go home all along: your ruby slippers!"
Close-up on Beaver's feet, which are now revealed to have been wearing ruby slippers all along (although previously not visible).
Beaver: "What, these old things?"
Good Fairy: "Yes! Just click your heels three times and you'll be there!"
Beaver CLIK CLIK CLIK's his shoes and then DISAPPEAR!'s.
Good Fairy: "HEE HEE! I hope you two have learnt your lesson!"
Good Fairy gazes at pie crust.
Steve: "Can I go home now?"
Good Fairy flies above finished pie with fork and knife in hand.
- Beaver secretly wears ruby slippers.
- The Good Fairy of the East has an evil side to her.
- The Good Fairy of the East resembles Glinda, The Good Witch of the North from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
- The events in this episode are inspired by those from the Wizard of Oz.