Big Pete finally on a winning baseball team. Their secret? Using little Pete to distract the other team by yelling at them while they're at bat. But the yelling starts to distract Big Pete, too.

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Big Pete finally on a winning baseball team. Their secret? Using little Pete to distract the other team by yelling at them while they're at bat. But the yelling starts to distract Big Pete, too. Written by Anonymous

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Ellen Josephine Hickle: [looking at a cup of orange Lazarus] It looks good.
Bob Oppenheimer: It is evil, it's too tempting, too delicious, it's too cold. You think you drink it, no, it drinks you.
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One of the best episodes in the entire collection.
24 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In one of the best written scripts in the entire collection, Big Pete has learned that baseball is about making plays and the member of the team that makes such plays. But Pete will learn that for some people winning is the only answer.

Big Pete's baseball team is coached by a person, Mr Narrins, that only knows that a team must win at any cost. Mr Narrins goes as far as to get little Pete to be part of the team where he only talks smack to the other team. With the way things are going, it is not really baseball for Big Pete.

Mr Narrins is hooked on a slush drink called the 'Orange Lazarus' that causes such a brain-freeze that the drink, which was suppose to be for good, is filled with evil. Between little Pete's trash talk and the following of the Orange Lazarus, baseball to Big Pete is not becoming fun. But he has a scheme to return baseball to its roots.

This is a very odd and somewhat complicated story for teens. Today, this episode would probably not pass the standards as the brain-freeze that the drink seems to take hold of teens maybe taken for drug use in today's stringent atmosphere. It is something that needs to be seen rather than explained.

But if you take it for what it is worth, then the brain-freeze is nothing but what happens when you ingest a very cold beverage. With that in mind, this episode proves that the writers are ahead of their time and makes for one of the most memorable episode in the series. This is one of the top shows in the entire collection.


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