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My Fair One
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"My Fair One" is the 18th episode of Seven Little Monsters.

SynopsisEdit

One just loves to play baseball with Billy. But why doesn't Billy notice? Six comes up with a plan to make One more of a girl but that doesn't seem to help anyone, especially the baseball team! After trying to play baseball in a dress, One realizes it's better (and safer) to be herself.

Trivia / Goofs / NotesEdit

  • Three is a Sportscaster for the first time, while the second time will be in "A Five-y Tale", wearing the same clothes and same hairstyle only in a different color. He sounds like Howard Cosell. He also has the same Brooklyn accent.
  • This is the first episode seeing One with a new makeover, wearing ear rings, dressing up in Six's lovely dress, wearing a crown or a tiara that keeps falling down, wearing uncomfortable shoes that make her not walk very good and having her hair in a Marge Simpson-esque beehive but when her and Billy run into each other to catch the ball, her hair is messy and Six's dress is ruined.
  • This is the second episode where One and Six are seen as little kids, and it occurs when Mom told a little story to One about them being kids but Two, Three, Four, Five, Seven aren't seen as little kids in the story.

QuotesEdit

Three: Hello, fans. I am Sportscaster Three. I'm here to present to you the Centerville baseball game. First, here comes One as shortstop. Next, here comes Two as a right fielder. Oh, dear. Here comes Four and Five. Four is the pitcher and Five is a pinch runner. Here's Six as an outfielder. Last but not least, here comes Seven as a lead off. Ok, sports fans, are you ready to play? Then batter up! It's time to see Billy, our newcomer as he gives it his best shot at the game.

Three: Well, lookie here. Looks like One has thrown a perfect pitch to the game! How marvelous!

Three: I said it once, I said it a thousand times. One, you are as perfect as you always are.

Three: Truer words have never been spoken, and I should know, because I just spoke them.