Wizards of Waverly Place: Season 1, Episode 3

I Almost Drowned in a Chocolate Fountain (26 Oct. 2007)

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Alex uses a pocket elf to pass Spanish. Justin and Max play a trick on Alex.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Theresa Russo (as Maria Canals Barrera)
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Alex uses a pocket elf to pass Spanish. Justin and Max play a trick on Alex.

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When Alex's mother is telling Alex that she can help Grandma with the chickens during the summer, she tosses Alex's hair back and we can only see Alex's back with the hair. When the camera pans immediately after, it shows Alex's face and her hair back where it was before her mother moved it! See more »


[first lines]
Alex Russo: Check it out; I got an F on my Spanish midterm.
Harper Finkle: Why are you so happy about it?
Alex Russo: Because Riley got an F too; that means he's been paying as much attention to me as I've been to him.
Alex Russo: Failing Spanish is hard work.
Harper Finkle: How is failing Spanish hard work?
Alex Russo: Every day I show up late so he'll definitely notice me; then, I forget my textbook so we have to share one, and finally I let the teacher catch us passing notes so she keeps us both after class.
Harper Finkle: That is hard work! You must be exhausted...
Alex Russo:
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One of the best
4 December 2009 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is without doubt one of the best in season 1. The whole story and concept is what makes Wizards of Waverly Place so good.

Plot: The story is great. It s very hard to say something negative, but easy to say some positive. The story is really really something. And everything from Alex failing Spanish and becoming crazy about chocolate is something that can make even the grumpiest person smile. The most funny thing in the episode is actually Alex eating all the chocolate she can but still acting like nothings happening

Lines:The lines were magnificent. They hit right on the spot. Specifically the whole scene with Alex and the Spanish pocket elf.

Short said, a great episode and one you would want to see again.

I give it 10 out of 10

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