“I Swing My Baton”
The Wiggles TV Series 4, Episode 7
October 17, 2005 (USA)
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I Swing My Baton is the 7th episode of the 22-minute version of TV Series 4.
It's a crazy day at Wigglehouse! Greg's usual favorite hobby (magic) is now Anthony's favorite, Anthony's usual favorite hobby (eating) is now Jeff's favorite, Jeff's usual favorite hobby (sleeping) is now Murray's favorite, and Murray's favorite hobby (playing guitar) is now Greg's favorite! This baffles Captain Feathersword and The Wiggles say it's their usual hobbies. He calls Dorothy over to try and help. Dorothy comes over and understands what Captain Feathersword means. She suggests The Wiggles are sick and Dr. Lucy should come over and see why The Wiggles are doing each other's hobbies. The doctor soon comes and tells the pirate and dinosaur to just hang out with The Wiggles until the end of the day and The Wiggles should be back to their normal selves. Believe it or not it works! Well, kind of. Dorothy ends up tickling Captain Feathersword as he eats a rose.
- Topsy Turvy (Playhouse Disney title)
- When Captain Feathersword and Dorothy talk to Dr. Lucy on the phone, the phone's voice is actually Dr. Lucy's line "Known as Topsy Turvy artus" sped-up and in reverse.
- This marks the second time The Non-realistic Wiggles wake up Murray. The first time was Shiver Me Timbers in the Little Wiggles segment.
- Unlike other Series 4 episodes, this doesn't have a "Who's Missing?" part at the end & it's the only Series 4 episode that does not have a "Who's Missing" segment.
- Dorothy's Dance Class is done near the end of the episode.
- The Topsy Turvy title which was used by Playhouse Disney was later used by Sprout for the 13th episode of the 11-minute version of this series.
- The Wigglehouse segment after the theme song runs 6 minutes and 56 seconds and it's the longest segment of all in this episode.