|Sonic and the Beanstalk|
May 22, 2012
Amy gives Sonic an errand -- go to the plant store and buy her some flower seeds. Instead, Sonic buys a bag of Magic Beans, which infuriates Amy. She grabs the bean bag and hits it with her Piko Piko Hammer like a baseball, sending the beans flying everywhere. The next day, the beans that ended up in Amy's backyard grow into a giant beanstalk, and when the friends discover it, they climb up the beanstalk and find themselves on a cloudy road to a strange castle full of rich treasures.
- Prince Marigold (guest appearance)
- Queen Carnation (guest appearance)
Differences from the original storyEdit
The entire episode is based on the story Jack and the Beanstalk, but with lots of differences.
- Throughout the Amy and Tiff series, Amy is known to be the richest young girl in the State of California, but in Jack and the Beanstalk, Jack's mother (Amy's counterpart) is very poor.
- In the episode, Amy sends Sonic to the plant store to buy special seeds that can grow a beautiful garden of flowers, while in the original story, Jack's mother sends her son to market to sell their cow.
- In the original story, Jack trades his cow for five magic beans. In the episode, Sonic buys a whole bag of magic beans.
- In the original story, Jack's mother just stays at home sobbing over his son's disappearance, while in the episode, Amy apologizes to Sonic after not knowing that he was right all along, and joins him, Buto, and Tiff up the beanstalk.
- In the episode, the giant castle is the home to Prince Marigold and Queen Carnation. In the original story, it is home to a male giant and his wife.
- The treasures that Prince Marigold gives to Amy, Tiff, Buto, and Sonic consist of organic potato chips made with sunflower oil, chocolate coins wrapped in golden tinfoil, special flower seeds, and a golden harp shaped like a goose. In the original story, the treasures consist of golden coins, a hen that lays golden eggs, and the harp.
- The harp yells, "Master! Save me!" in the original story, while in the episode, because it's also known as the Musical Goose, it lets out a loud honk.
- With the villain (Queen Carnation/Male Giant) in pursuit, it takes Jack multiple whacks to chop down the beanstalk to make it crash to the ground, but in the episode, even only one whack of Amy's hammer is strong enough to send the beanstalk falling.
- This is the first time Cosmo appears without Kirby.
- Cosmo and Cream actually appear at the end of this episode.
- From this episode on, Amy's front yard is always covered with flowers.
- The deviantART version of this episode has the part where Prince Marigold takes his mother, Queen Carnation, up to her room, shortened.
- Number of Sonic characters: 4
- Number of Kirby characters: 2