Goosebumps: Season 3, Episode 19

Chillogy: Part 1: Squeal of Fortune (25 Apr. 1998)

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Jessica Walters is always thinking of ways to get more money, and refuses to loan her brother Sam any for their parents' anniversary present without the string of interest attached. Their ... See full summary »

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Jessica Walters is always thinking of ways to get more money, and refuses to loan her brother Sam any for their parents' anniversary present without the string of interest attached. Their mom overhears and has her clean the attic to avoid losing her allowance to him for the week. While there, she finds a "collectible" model town she wishes she could sell but must share with Sam - then hears a telephone other than her cellular ringing, opens the pay-phone in the model, and is transported into the town of Karlsville. Karl, the mayor, tells her over the phone then in person that she can become rich there, even by starting with selling his famous lemonade at $1 per cup. He warns her not to raise the price, but Jessica does when she keeps hearing how the drink is worth much more, and even hides some of the beverage to demand more payment for the last glass. But when the game is up, the townsfolk come after her, and it turns out she's been transformed into a pig... Written by brainybrailler@comcast.net

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"Chillogy" was the only story completely unassociated with either R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books or short stories ("More Monster Blood" did have some ties, if indirect ones, to the book Monster Blood II) - and the only one which actually did not include Stine as a writer. See more »

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After the lady who buys three cups of lemonade pays Jessica, she closes her purse twice. See more »

Quotes

Karl Knave: It's a small town with big opportunities. You like a good business opportunity, don't you, Jessica?
Jessica Walters: How did you know my name?
Karl Knave: Names aren't important. Opportunities are.
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Green blood drips down the screen in ending credits of every episode. See more »

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References Goosebumps: The Cuckoo Clock of Doom (1995) See more »

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