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What happened to Cynthia and her cousins?

"The Baffling Bubble Mystery" is part 1 of episode 13. It first aired on Feb 9th, 2010.


Is the science fair in jeopardy when the swimmers cannot perform?


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The episode begins as Lilly, Alfred and Camille are heading to the lake where they plan to fish, when they begin to wonder where Milo is. They begin to think he may have arrived early, which Camille doubts, when suddenly Milo shows up. He explains to them that he has been busy working on a poster for the upcoming festival later on. Camille challenges it, asking Milo if sea monsters really exist, but he manages to quiet her by stating she doesn't have proof to say they don't. He then resumes walking when he suddenly bumps into a mysterious figure.

They learn it is Mr. Russard, who tells them that he was diving. An activity that he particularly enjoys doing in his spare time. Suddenly hearing Cynthia and her friends yelling as they run towards Alfred and co. Everybody stares in shock, seeing them covered in a pink foamy stuff when Cynthia explains they were in the middle of practicing their swimming for the festival when a bunch of foam began to appear while in the middle of it!

Cynthia and her cousins all call it disgusting, then she demands to know who did that to them. As Mr. Thomas asks to know if it's a joke, Camille notices the foam smells weird while they overlooked the pink foam in the water. The Principal mentions, along with Mr. Russard they would probably have to cancel the swimming recital if this keeps occurring. Cynthia will not hear of this however, and tells Alfred to save Aquatic Day and found out who did it, or what it is.

As everybody leaves Cynthia is unfortunately given cleanup duty.

Back at Hedgequarters, Alfred, Camille and Milo are studying the pink foamy material as Milo approaches and they review the paper recently printed out of machine nearby. Alfred informs them that the foam's origin is plant based and its not soap, so they head back to look for more clues.

Meanwhile with Cynthia, she has her cousins doing all the work when the Mr. Thomas asks her if she's helping clean up. She claims she was, but he doesn't buy it and makes her resume work as Camille begins to search the water. Only to pull out an old boot and ask if it is a clue. Everybody then gathers some different types of plants, in order to test them when Milo suddenly falls into the water and panics... until Camille points out that it is low water...

Alfred soon points out that the foam only appeared where Milo was. So they soon realize it is only appearing now when movement occurs in the water. They go back to analyze the samples and Cynthia tries to leave with them but to no avail and she has to stay back to continue cleanup. Alfred tells Camille and Milo they need to determine which plant makes the water foam, and they begin to put each one into the water and mix it around. After every sample is mixed they see that nothing happens...

After everybody dumps the used mixtures out, Camille notices the odd scent of the foam once more. They notice it is on a cloth and they pick up a leaf matching the scent. Now Alfred mentions they just have to figure out which tree it came from in order to figure out which fruit it may be when he suddenly realizes which one it is!

Back at the lake, Alfred pulls out clumps of a small, pinkish fruit and mentions they need to test it first before figuring out if his theory is correct. So they go to ask Mr. Russard to help them see if the fruit foams up and they ask him to go to the bottom of the lake when he soon returns with the small fruits. Saying a bunch of them had been in the water. So he returns under water to get the rest of them. It's then Alfred gives a quick explanation, stating that the fruit, when moved around at a quick pace, or shaken up/splashed on, they begin to foam.

As Cynthia celebrates, now very happy that she and the others can perform in the science fair, she suddenly falls back into the water! Everybody laughs as the episode draws to an end.


  • Milo (upon having his glasses foamed up and touching Alfred's face): "Is that you, Alfred?"


  • Cynthia: "But... but... I don't do... cleaning!"
  • Camille: "There's a first time for everything."


  • Camille: "Yeah, you are right. Milo is never early..."


  • This is one of the episodes where Cynthia tells a background story in the flashbacks.
  • Alfred tested the following: Acorns, blades of grass, a lotus, pieces of bark, and multiple types of leaves.
  • Lilly's voice sounded different, as did Louise's at the beginning.
  • How does Mr. Russard's tail fit into his suit? Its very narrow in appearance, so it'd have to be really crammed inside.
  • Notice that this is one of the few times Alfred's annoyance with Cynthia has been shown.
  • Also notice that when Camille is checking out the bubbly foam, Gabby is looking directly at the camera/viewer.
  • Cynthia says: "I was rehearsing for my performance for the festival,". Yet it was really all of them rehearsing their performance. This isn't a Goof or error however, as this most-likely is just to show her selfish ways and how little she thinks of her friends/cousins.


  • This episode has a lot of lag/slowed down segments on and off during it. Mostly noticeable during Milo's intro into the episode
  • When Louise says: "Disgusting." Her arms were crossed. Not even a second later, they weren't.
  • The color of the bubbly foam never stays consistent.
  • Alfred was wearing gloves while studying the mixture, but when he takes the results paper from Milo the gloves are gone. During the little montage some angles showed him without his gloves as well.
  • Camille says the water is only ankle high, but when Milo stood up, it seems slightly higher than that.