Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986–1991)

Open House 

Floory is discovered under the teepee while Cowboy Carl helps with the cleaning of the play house.


Guy J. Louthan (as Guy Louthan), Paul Reubens




Episode cast overview:
Kevin Carlson ... Clockey / Conky / Floory
Laurence Fishburne ... Cowboy Curtis (as Larry Fishburne)
Ric Heitzman Ric Heitzman ... Cool Cat / Mr. Window
Suzanne Kent ... Mrs. Rene
William Marshall ... King of Cartoons
George McGrath ... Fish / Globey / Flower / Pterri (as George Michael McGrath)
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Reba
Alison Mork Alison Mork ... Chairry / Chicky Baby / Flower / Magic Screen
John Paragon ... Jambi
Lynne Marie Stewart ... Miss Yvonne (as Lynne Stewart)
Vic Trevino ... Ricardo
Wayne White ... Dirty Dog / Mr. Kite / Flower
Paul Reubens ... Pee-wee Herman (as Pee-wee Herman)


Pee-wee is in the process of completely renovating the Playhouse and he has to get his friends to beg him to help him. After the Playhouse is finished, the gang has a tea party and new neighbor Mrs. Rene introduces herself. Written by Anonymous

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Family | Comedy | Musical



Release Date:

19 September 1987 (USA) See more »

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With Dixie gone starting with this episode, the King of Cartoons is introduced by way of song by the Flowers and in subsequent episodes. See more »


Ricardo: Look what I got for you, Nice piece of foil for your foil ball!
Pee-wee Herman: Oh, I forgot to tell you, Ricardo. My foil ball got so big, I couldn't keep it the house.
Everybody: [Scream as the word "house" flashes]
Ricardo: What did you do with a foil ball?
Pee-wee Herman: I donated it to the foil museum. But now, I have a rubber band ball.
Ricardo: Well, I am lucky because I have a piece of rubber band for your rubber band ball.
Pee-wee Herman: Let's how big my rubber band ball is today?
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Alternate Versions

The scene showing Pee-wee and Miss Yvonne making sun tea was cut from the 1996 VHS releases and TV airings on Fox Family. See more »


Features Philips Broadcast of 1938 (1938) See more »

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