|It's a Mystery to Me|
|Season 2, Episode 16|
|Air date||April 20, 1998|
|Written by||P. Kevin Strader (and Co-Producer)|
Lindsey Aikens (Script Supervisor)
Andy Yerkes (Producer)
Richard A. Fernandes (Produced by)
|Directed by||Mitchell Kriegman (and Created by and Executive Producer)|
Dean Gordon (Associate Director)
Jim Washburn and Keith Conod (Utilities)
Phil Alcabes and Dan Stewart (Technical Directors)
Peter Hefter and Victor Smith (Audio Engineers)
|You Go, Ojo!||If At First You Don't Succeed...|
It's a Mystery to Me is the 16th episode of the second season, 56th episode overall.
Plot[edit | edit source]
There's nothing like listening to a good Mystery on the radio. But when Ojo's ribbons, Pip and Pop's sticks and Treelo's feathers mysteriously disappear, the gang puts on their own detective caps and gets ready to solve a real Mystery in The Big Blue House. In the Shadow segment, Shadow's nursery rhyme "Little Bo Peep" is repeated from "Oops, My Mistake".
Song[edit | edit source]
- It's a Mystery to Me (Songs by Brian Woodbury)
- Where Oh Where Oh Where Is Shadow? (Songs by Tyler Bunch)
- The Goodbye Song (Songs by Peter Lurye)
- Score by Julian Harris, Rob Curto and Peter Lurye
Notes[edit | edit source]
- This episode was adapted in book form as Mystery at the Big Blue House.
- The dog in the Shadow Projects logo in the closing credits chirps like a bird.