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New Year's Pete 

On New Year's Eve night Little Pete looks back on his failed attempt at a resolution to change the world. As he sees it the only thing he needed was the Riley Retro-Fire Jetpack to fix ... See full summary »

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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
James Lally ...
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Neighbor
Alberto Alejandrino
Mary Potts
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Vincent Park - Bowling Agent
Peter Linari
Kirk Duncan
Daniel Hicks
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On New Year's Eve night Little Pete looks back on his failed attempt at a resolution to change the world. As he sees it the only thing he needed was the Riley Retro-Fire Jetpack to fix countless problems worldwide. With the failures of seasons past he becomes more and more desperate for the $456.98 needed to buy the jet-pack. In this episode Little Pete enlists the help of Big Pete, Artie, and even Frank the crossing guard. Written by Ceaseless

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17 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Only episode narrated by Younger Pete. See more »

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Frank the crosswalk guard: I never told anybody about this before, kid.
Little Pete Wrigley: Shoot.
Frank the crosswalk guard: Alright. It was eleven years ago... a Thursday. I looked away from the crosswalk to light a smoke... you know. No big deal right?... Wrong... A cat... named Mr Boots... crossed without looking. He was wasted on cat-nip. Never saw the Ford Imperial coming.
Little Pete Wrigley: Road kill pizza?
Frank the crosswalk guard: No... no... It was close though... too close.
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This story just was not that interesting.
24 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

In this episode, that is narrated by Little Pete, it is a look back on New Year resolutions that were made and never accomplished. Little Pete's resolution was to change the world by purchasing a Riley Reto-Fire Jetpack that was featured in back of a comic book. If only Pete could harness the power of the jet-pack then he could change the world for the better. But he needed $456.98, which he did not have, in order to purchase the item.

So Pete along with his big brother Pete went on a job hunting spree. They came up with the idea of detecting land mines in people's yard for a fee. But when Big Pete's see Ellen, his hormones kick into action and he is off the work detail. Now Little Pete is going to have to get the money, plus change the world, on his own.

For some reason this episode was not as entertaining as others. When reviewing why the show was lacking, it all comes down to the story. The story about the jet-pack nor the crossing guard just did not stir much interest. Plus the way the story ended really did not solve the problem so it felt like the entire program was for naught. I am a big fan of the series but this one episode was lacking.


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