Little Pete controls underground radio station WART along with Artie. Little Pete then decides to start his own band. However, the neighbors aren't too tickled about the racket every day and night as they rehearse.

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Big Pete Wrigley
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Ellen Josephine Hickle
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Don Wrigley
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Joyce Wrigley
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Artie
Syd Straw ...
Marshall Crenshaw ...
Meterman
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Fred Hurley (as Harry Murphy)
Mark Mulcahy ...
Muggy
Scot Boutier
David McCaffrey
Ray Neal
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Little Pete controls underground radio station WART along with Artie. Little Pete then decides to start his own band. However, the neighbors aren't too tickled about the racket every day and night as they rehearse.

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16 January 1994 (USA)  »

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Miss Fingerwood and the Meter-Reader are ringers--real professional musicians brought in for Pete's fictional band. Miss Fingerwood was played by Syd Straw, who amongst other credits performed back-up vocals for Pat Benatar and was a member of the Golden Palominos with REM frontman Michael Stipe. The Meter Reader was Marshall Crenshaw, best known for his hit "Someday, Someway" and his contributions to numerous film soundtracks. See more »

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At the end, when the Blowholes are playing Pete's favorite song, despite the fact that numerous drums can be heard, Clem is only playing one. See more »

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Little Pete Wrigley: [introducing band members] On bass guitar, her head maybe filled with numbers but her veins throb with gasoline. She's Elma 'Cooter' Fingerwood.
Miss Fingerwood: [after playing an introduction on guitar] Heart times soul equals Rock and Roll.
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One of my favourites!!!!
17 January 2007 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

This episode of Pete & Pete deals with finding that song, that special song that defines you, and I thought, "What a brilliant person who created this show", because it is so funny but so subtle at the same time, that some people might not understand. For example, the episode of Mr. Tastee, the idea of making him (or her, jaja) a stranger, and the fact that he only appeared in summer, was simply genius!! I read in a post in another page that originally, the show was supposed to be about a boy and his dog. It's great that they changed the idea because there are so many shows and movies with that topic and they suck!! I love this show, along with Clarissa explains it all and others, because they represent my childhood. The 90's rock!!!


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