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Pig's Shop is a Season 5 episode, it aired on February 17, 2000.

PlotEdit

Pig opens a candy shop, he and Arnold can't resist eating all the candies. Kipper comes by and decides to have some sweets, but he hasn't got any money. All he has is a conker, and he needs it to play conkers with Tiger. Pig strikes a deal with Kipper: if Kipper gets Pig some conkers, Pig will give Kipper a gobstopper for them. Later, Tiger comes by, and Pig explains the candies to him the way he explained to Kipper. Later, Tiger shows up to play conkers with Kipper, the former claiming that he has a champion conker. Tiger's "conker" breaks Kipper's conkers, and Tiger gets nervous when Kipper tells him about his deal with Pig. At Pig's shop, Jake cannot decide what candy to buy, and Pig has a stomach ache from each so much candy. Later, Kipper and Tiger show up with the conkers, but Pig reveals that he already has a lot of conkers. Arnold opens the cash register to reveal that it's full of conkers, and it turns out that Pig struck the same deal with Tiger: Pig gave Tiger a gobstopper for them. That's when Kipper realizes that Tiger has been cheating the whole time: Tiger's "champion conker" is a gobstopper. Pig gives Jake a lemon fizzer, and Kipper takes over the shop for him. 

Featured CharactersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • A conker may be similar to a bullseye, a type of british candy that is black and white.
  • Tiger says "Can I have a bag of sweeties?" in this episode, he next mentions "Can I have a sweetie?" in the episode Skates for being brave.

ErrorsEdit

  • Like Tiger, Pig isn't introduced properly.
  • When Arnold was having candy, Pig saw him and puts his hand out.
  • When Arnold's hand was holded by Pig, it turns upside down!

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