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Training Time! is the first episode of Season 1 of Weird World: The TV Show and is the first episode overall.

Synopsis[]

It's George's first day of training and with Stephanie training him, things should work out good. But George's training isn't as action-packed as he expected.

Plot[]

TBA

Transcript[]

For a full transcript of "Training Time!", click here.

Characters[]

Reception[]

The episode was met with critical acclaim. Critics praised the episode's messages, humour, the depiction of George and Stephanie's friendship and for just overall being a great opening to the TV series.

Trivia[]

  • This is the second time that George shaves with a penknife.
  • It's revealed that George's bomb head is able to blow up, but he can always spawn spares.
  • The end credits have been considered one of Stephanie's sexiest moments in the franchise.
    • Reloaxa revealed that a couple of scenes in the credits were influenced by the 1983 film Flashdance.
  • Stephanie reveals she is a bad trainer and always left it to Eleanor to train her and the others.
    • She's since taken lessons with Ella Sandbar and gotten better at training over the course of the franchise.
  • Sponghuck and Josie don't appear in the episode, not even in the flashbacks.
    • This may indicate they hadn't been part of the team at the time of the flashbacks.
      • This would make sense, since their official bios say neither were original team members.
        • They may have also joined before Stephanie became leader.
          • Sponghuck was mentioned once in the episode.
  • It's revealed that Eleanor Jacqueline works late on Wednesdays.
  • This episode may indicate that George isn't a strong swimmer, because when he and Stephanie where at the Swimming Baths, he was seen floating on a rubber ring.
    • In the same scene, Stephanie is seen with her swim mask on again, this with a snorkel to go with it.
  • The “wet plastic thing” joke was cut out in some countries for being too sexual and inappropriate for children, despite its subtlety. The episode was given a PG in some countries because of it.
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