Special Agent Oso: Season 2, Episode 27

For Tamales with Love/Pinata Royale (15 Sep. 2011)

TV Episode  -  Adventure | Family | Mystery
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Paw Pilot (voice)
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Mr. Dos (voice)
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Whirlybird (voice)
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Javier (voice)
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Marissa (voice)
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Abuela (voice)
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there are some famous voices here.
15 November 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Rita Moreno plays Abuela... mid episode she peeks around a corner and hollers - 'Hey you Guys!' hah, those parents old enough to remember The Electric Company will have gotten that reference right away XD Apart from that, it's basically your typical Oso episode; problem, three special steps and solution. This episode does help illustrate how mainstream Latin American culture and language has become in the United States; it focuses on making tamales and teaches them about masa etc. Oso is voiced by Sean Astin whom many of you will know as being Frodo the Hobbit's best Friend Sam Gamgee. Now for those of you from the same generation as those of us who have recognized the Hey you guys reference- Sean Astin was also a key character in The Goonies


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