The Wild Thornberrys: Season 2, Episode 27

Forget Me Not (24 Feb. 2000)

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When the Thornberrys visit Nigel's friend Jomo, they search for an elephant, Rebecca, that Nigel saved twenty years ago. As the family attends to an elephant stuck in a mudhole, Eliza bonds... See full summary »

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Eliza Thornberry / Additional Voices (voice)
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Marianne Thornberry / Additional Voices (voice)
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Nigel Thornberry / Additional Voices (voice)
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Donald Michael Thornberry / Additional Voices (voice)
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Debbie Thornberry / Additional Voices (voice)
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Darwin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Shango (voice)
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Rebecca the Elephant Queen (voice)
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Zita (voice)
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When the Thornberrys visit Nigel's friend Jomo, they search for an elephant, Rebecca, that Nigel saved twenty years ago. As the family attends to an elephant stuck in a mudhole, Eliza bonds with Rebecca, only to learn that she is old and ready to die. Written by Anonymous

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30 October 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This was the most touching episode of the series. Before Futurama started pulling our heart-strings and exercising our tear-ducts, The story of Rebecca the elephant was dampening eyelids of children. Eliza's moment with her father at the end of the episode after Rebecca passes really flourish the characters' depths.

I normally wouldn't review an episode of a TV show that has long since been cancelled, but this is an episode that I will be showing my children. Not only to teach them about life and death, but to include them in a piece of my own childhood that helped make me who I am today. I see myself as Nigel standing there with his daughter, comforting her.

At one point Eliza says "I bet she had a really good life dad." Nigel replies "May we all be so lucky, pumpkin." If the death of a character doesn't pull your heartstrings, then this serious exchange of words between normally humorous characters surely will.


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