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Farewell, My Little Viking: Part 2 

TV-Y | | Comedy, Drama | Episode aired 1994
With Artie gone, Little Pete must face the neighborhood bully, Papercut, alone.


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Episode credited cast:
Mr. McFlemp
James Mecklenberg
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Christopher Conte ...
Maris Hudson ...


With his hero, Artie The Strongest Man In The Universe gone, Little Pete makes it clear that he'll never forgive his father until he returns. His older brother decides to organize a search for his brother's hero with their friends with a bat signal version of Artie. Meanwhile, Mr.Wrigley realized why his youngest son hated him and will never forgive him. He made the awful choice in driving Artie out and regretted his involvement with the International Adult Conspiracy. He's had enough of John McFlemp and rallies the adults of Wellsville to drive the super villain out. Once successful, they help Big Pete and his friends to find Artie. Mr.Wrigley decides to bring him home so his youngest son forgives him for his mistake. Meanwhile Little Pete has problems of his own. Not only that he realized that he took having Artie save him for granted, but he wished he never listened to what his arch enemy, Papercut had said in the first place. Now he has an upcoming rock, paper, scissors rematch ... Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama



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1994 (USA)  »

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Last show filmed with Toby Huss as Artie. Mr Huss left the series to do other projects. However, the last show listed for season two 'Space, Geeks and Johnny Unitas' features Huss but it was filmed for a special in season one and listed as a season two show. See more »


(at around 54 mins) During the showdown between Papercut and Pete the boom is visible in the upper left corner of the screen. See more »

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Times are changing and so do we.
26 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As we pick back up from part one, this part two starts out reviewing what has happened. The parents of Wellsville, including Don 'Dad' Wrigley, have got together to run Artie out of town. The parents feel like it is the best for their community.

With Little Pete set to face the bully of the play ground, Papercut, he has no super hero that can come to his rescue. Little Pete is going to have to fight his battle on his own.

But as things progress and little Pete desperate to find Artie, all of the sudden Dad has a change of heart. He wanted Artie gone so that Little Pete would look to him as a super hero but what he has done is made things worse. Artie was not the cause of the problems so Dad is determined to set out and bring back Artie. But as we will learn, time is changing and so do people.

There is not much you can say about the ending of this story without giving away the entire plot. But nothing can be more appropriate than the closing song of the show. A song by 'The Magnetic Fields' ends the show in a way that can bring a tear to the eye. Little Pete may have finally meet his 'Magic Dragon' moment.

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