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Be Careful What You Wish For/Lady Redundant Woman Gets the Blues 

Be Careful What you wish for:Seymour Orlando Smooth is hoodwinking the audience members of his new show "Wishful Thinking." When he tricks Violet and TJ into giving him their money, Becky ... See full summary »

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David SanAngelo

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Maria Bamford ... Mrs. Botsford / Violet (voice)
H. Jon Benjamin ... Museum Curator (voice)
Sergio Cilli ... Royal Dandy / Lollipop Man (voice)
Jen Cohn ... Ms. Champlain (voice)
Grey Griffin ... LRW / Beatrice / Kid #1 (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Crowd Member #1 / TJ Botsford (voice)
Ron Lynch Ron Lynch ... Mayor / Crowd Member #3 (voice)
Larry Murphy ... Dave / Kid #2 (voice)
Daran Norris ... Seymour Smooth (voice)
Chris Parnell ... The Narrator / Crowd Member #1 (voice)
Dannah Feinglass Phirman ... WordGirl / Becky / Mildred (voice) (as Dannah Feinglass)
Emma Quong Emma Quong ... Emma 1 / Emma 2 (voice)
Ryan Raddatz ... Mr. Botsford / Todd 'Scoops' Ming (voice)
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Be Careful What you wish for:Seymour Orlando Smooth is hoodwinking the audience members of his new show "Wishful Thinking." When he tricks Violet and TJ into giving him their money, Becky a.k.a. WordGirl has had enough. She teams up with TJ to bring Smooth down and save the whole city from being tricked./LRW Gets the Blues:Beatrice Bixby is trying to prove a point: she thinks copies are just as good as the original. She helps the character from a painting, Royal Dandy, to become a real life kid and he's the most spoiled child the town has ever seen. WordGirl needs to help Lady Redundant Woman and the city stop his greedy rampage and return the original painting to the museum. Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y
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Release Date:

4 May 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sergio Cilli, who wrote "Lady Redundant Woman Gets the Blues", also voiced Royal Dandy. See more »

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