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“Lachy Shrunk the Wiggles”
Ready, Steady, Wiggle! TV Series 1, Episode 3
August 21, 2013 (US)
Lachy Shrunk the Wiggles (also known as Lachy Shrinks the Wiggles!) is the 3rd episode of Ready, Steady, Wiggle!
Lachy has a new invention! It is a rose that if sniffed, could turn you into a superhero. As he shows his invention to Simon, Anthony and Emma overhear and take the rose to try. However, Simon and Lachy become worried when Lachy reveals he has not tested the rose.
Later, Emma and Anthony come back into the house, but they have shrunken to the size of kids! Emma says that Simon is so tall, but Simon points out that actually, Emma and Anthony are so small!
Later, the Wiggles try to play Do The Propeller when Anthony and Emma both have to hold on to Anthony's guitar together. Lachy goes off screen to try to fix the problem. As Simon wonders, lights go off and Lachy comes back with normal Emma and Anthony. But Emma and Anthony seemed to have switched voices!
- Romp Bomp A Stomp (LIVE in studio)
- Here Come Our Friends (LIVE)
- Do the Propeller! (from Taking Off!)
- Scrubby, Dub, Dub (from Furry Tales)
- New versions of The Little Wiggles appear in this episode in a cameo appearance.
- When Anthony and Emma are shrunk, they are played by 2 of Anthony's kids, Maria and Antonio who also played The Mini Mites in A Lot of Camelot!
- Emma had glasses at the beginning of this episode.
- This is the third time Anthony gets shrunk, the first time was in The Wiggles: Live at Disneyland Park, and the second is Hygiene.
- Maria and Antonio are wearing the 2007-2012 shirts in kids size, instead of the current skivvy style.
- This episode was featured as a bonus feature on the Furry Tales DVD.
- At the end of the Wigglehouse segment when Emma and Anthony return to their normal sizes, Emma and Anthony switching voices is very similar to Captain Feathersword and Dorothy switching hobbies at the end of the Wigglehouse segment in I Swing My Baton from The Wiggles Show! (TV Series).
- Lachy's line, "Simo, I shrunk the Wiggles!" might be a reference to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.