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    Episode Production Order

    Do we have somewhere an episode guide that goes in production order instead of airdate?

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    102 – Sports Day
    LazyTown Sports Day is here with the amazing super-race, which involves running, biking, skating, and skateboarding around the town. Robbie has challenged Sportacus and the kids to the competition, but cheats by slipping our hero a candy apple, which causes a complete Sugar Meltdown! Sportacus is out of the race. Can the kids compete against Robbie alone? Will they revive Sportacus in time?

    103 – Defeeted
    On Spectacular Sports Day, Robbie tricks Sportacus into putting on a pair of radio-controlled boots, ruining our hero’s spectacular soccer kick and making it all but impossible for him to function as a superhero. Enter Robbie as Lazycus to become the new town hero. Can Sportacus defeat his own feet? “There’s always a way!”

    104 – Lazy Scouts
    Robbie dresses up as a scout master to teach the kids how to be the laziest Lazy Scouts of all time. Stephanie feels left out because no one will listen to her objections to this form of camping. In the end, a giant windstorm hits LazyTown and it is up to Stephanie and Sportacus to save the most unprepared scouts in history.

    105 – Crystal Caper
    When Sportacus accidentally drops his crystal, a covetous Stingy picks it up and does not return it. Robbie turns in a fake crystal in order to get the reward: one free wish. And his wish? The banishment of Sportacus! Will Stingy give the crystal back in time to save the day?

    106 – Welcome to LazyTown
    Stephanie arrives for the summer, staying with her Uncle Milford. She meets the kids of LazyTown and hears about their very own superhero, Sportacus. Meanwhile, Robbie Rotten attempts to put Sportacus out of commission in various ways, the last of which is a big hole, which Bessie falls into by mistake! It’s up to Stephanie to rally her new friends, and it’s up to Sportacus to save the day.

    107 – Zap it!
    Pixel builds a machine that makes things vanish, thinking that he can help his friends get out of chores the easy way (by not doing them). Too bad Robbie gets a hold of the machine and uses it to make Sportacus vanish! Pixel soon realizes there is no easy way - he didn’t make the chores go away, they’re just invisible. The only way to solve a problem is to roll up your sleeves and do the hard work. Can Pixel right his wrong before all of LazyTown is gone from sight?

    108 – Sportafake
    Robbie disguises himself as Sportacus to make the kids do lazy, unhealthy things. Stephanie suspects something is wrong, but won’t stand up and be heard. Now there are two Sportacuses in LazyTown, and nobody knows which one is the real one! A race is called to determine the real Sportacus. When someone cries out for help, the real Sportacus goes to help, giving Robbie the win. But Stephanie finally stands up for herself and says the real Sportacus lost the race so he could help someone.

    109 – Swiped Sweets
    When the panicked Mayor asks for the kids' help to bake a cake for Bessie’s birthday, things seem to go swimmingly until the cake turns up missing, and all the evidence — supplied by the detective Sherlock Foams (Robbie in disguise) — points to Sportacus! He is tried and placed in LazyJail, while Ziggy and the gang must solve the riddle of the swiped sweets.

    110 – Happy Brush Day
    It’s Ziggy’s birthday, and all he wants is taffy. When Sportacus’s gift, a brand new toothbrush, is discarded for a super-automated voice-activated taffy shooter (given to him by a disguised Robbie), trouble ensues. Ziggy’s mouth becomes glued shut with candy, and he can’t tell the machine to stop! LazyTown is drowning in taffy, so Ziggy must use his new toothbrush to brush his way to freedom!

    111 – Sleepless in LazyTown
    Pixel is staying up too late at night playing video games, and Sportacus encourages him to get to sleep on time, explaining that sleep is the source of his own energy. Robbie overhears this and hatches a plan to deprive Sportacus of sleep by creating a “noisy ball” that keeps him awake all night. When Sportacus starts losing energy, Stephanie and the kids uncover Robbie's plot and they make sure to get lots of sleep so they can beat Robbie in an all-or-nothing baseball game.

    112 – Hero for a Day
    Ziggy wants to be a hero just like Sportacus, but he keeps messing things up, especially a clubhouse the other kids are trying to make. When Robbie devises a plan to saw an overhanging tree branch to smash the clubhouse, Ziggy steps in and finally manages to become a hero and save the day.

    113 – My Treehouse
    The residents of LazyTown take part in a treehouse-building competition, but when it comes time to submit a photo of the treehouse built by all the kids, Stingy tears the photo in half and claims to have built it by himself. When he wins, he soon realizes that victory means little when there's no one to share it.

    114 – Soccer Sucker
    Robbie climbs inside a soccer-playing robot and challenges Sportacus to a match – and if Sportacus loses, he’ll have to leave town forever. But the robot goes haywire, so Sportacus and the kids have to play it until it runs out of energy. Pixel, who almost never comes outside to play games, becomes the game's hero when he puts his video game-playing skills to use in a real soccer game.

    115 – Cry Dinosaur
    Stephanie, Stingy and Ziggy are having their first campout, but Ziggy is a little scared... in fact, more than a little. He’s afraid there are “dinosaurs” lurking in the darkness. When Robbie Rotten shows up in a dinosaur disguise, things really go crazy, and Ziggy must overcome his fear to rescue his friends and help Sportacus save the day.

    116 – Dr. Rottenstein
    The kids are growing vegetable gardens, and Robbie disguises himself as the “quack” Dr. Rottenstein, sprinkling the vegetables and the kids with “spots” and declaring the town under quarantine from Spotty Vegetitus! Worse, anything healthy is banned, most especially, Sportacus. It is up to Ziggy to eat his vegetables and help Sportacus save the day!

    117 – Pixelspix
    Pixel has built a web page with everyone in LazyTown in it (hit an icon, and a little bit of digital footage comes to life). Everyone — that is — except Robbie Rotten, who is out to “crash” Pixel’s internet. But instead, he’s accidentally sucked into the computer world and begins playing havoc with all that is digital. Pixel must zap Sportacus inside his computer, too, and an outlandish chase through the virtual world ensues, with Robbie finally being kicked off the web: garbage in, garbage out.

    118 – Dear Diary
    Stephanie’s diary is where she keeps all of her thoughts and fun stories about her friends in LazyTown. But when Robbie Rotten writes some nasty notes on pink paper for Trixie and the others to find, Stephanie is suddenly faced with a group of angry friends. She doesn’t understand why they are so upset and their friendship is put to the test. However, with a little encouragement from Sportacus, Stephanie finally shows them what’s really in her diary and everyone has a change of heart — even Robbie Rotten!

    119 – Rottenbeard
    The kids are playing pirate when a “real” pirate sails into town: Rottenbeard (really Robbie Rotten in disguise). He takes the kids on a fake treasure hunt, finding his faked version of the missing piece of the LazyTown Stone. Now everyone must “be lazy”, until the kids find the real missing piece, and Sportacus must reenact the final confrontation between the original Rottenbeard and the mysterious hero who once saved all of LazyTown.

    120 & 124 – LazyTown’s New Super Hero
    Stephanie and the LazyTown kids decide to repay Sportacus for all of his heroics by giving him a day off - with Stephanie taking over as hero. Robbie Rotten takes advantage by creating a vicious robotic dog who attacks everyone. But the tables turn when the dog targets Robbie - and Sportacus and "Sportastephanie" arrive to save the day!

    121 – Remote Control
    Pixel creates a device that will do everything for him, including tying his shoes. But when Robbie Rotten steals the remote and starts controlling Sportacus - even freezing him in mid-air, Pixel learns that the best machine is the human body - and the more you use it, the better it works!

    122 – The Laziest Town
    LazyTown will be named Laziest Town in the world unless they can generate enough activity to raise the Energy Meter by the end of the day. Everyone pitches in by doing normal activities, except for Bessie, who doesn’t know how to play sports. Stephanie helps Bessie to be active by giving her activities she’s good at – like running to answer phones all over town. At the last minute, LazyTown manages to avoid being named Laziest Town!

    123 – Sportacus Who?
    Robbie Rotten invents a memory-sucking device that makes Sportacus lose his memory. Robbie tells Sportacus that he's no hero, and that he never saves anyone. But when Robbie Rotten gets into danger, he begs Sportacus to help him. When Sportacus's crystal beeps, his memory returns and he comes back to save the day!

    125 – LazyTown’s Surprise Santa
    Robbie Rotten finds out that the LazyTowners are having a Christmas party, but believes he wasn't invited. He sets out to ruin the party by shooting a snowball out of a cannon at the guests, but quickly realizes that he was, in fact, invited. Sportacus saves the day before the snowball crashes into the festivities.

    126 – Secret Agent Zero
    Robbie Rotten tricks the LazyTowners into believing that he has won the town election for Mayor. Stephanie and the kids figure out that he cheated, and Mayor Meanswell becomes a secret agent. With the help of Sportacus, he finds out how Robbie cheated, and regains the office of Mayor.

    127 – Miss Roberta
    Stephanie wants to throw a thank-you party for Sportacus, but she's afraid that her friends' bad manners will ruin it. Robbie Rotten poses as Miss Roberta, an expert in manners, and teaches the kids to misbehave even more. But when Robbie accidentally falls and comes up with a bush on his head, Sportacus rescues him.

    128 – LazyTown’s Greatest Hits
    Stephanie and Ziggy visit all the LazyTown characters and find out what their favorite LazyTown songs are.

    129 – Play Day
    The LazyTown kids are spending the day playing fun games like cowboy and jungle animals. Robbie arrives in a gorilla costume, trying to break up their fun. But he gets into serious trouble and Sportacus must arrive to save him.

    130 – Ziggy’s Alien
    Ziggy wants to play “outer space” with the other kids, but they say he’s too small. Robbie Rotten poses as an alien named Zobby and tries to make the kids do his bidding. Ziggy befriends the “alien” but the other kids believe “Zobby” should return to his own planet. They blast Zobby and Ziggy into space in a homemade rocket, which goes haywire. Sportacus arrives just in time to save the day.

    131 – Records Day
    The LazyTown kids plan to set an active world's record, which jeopardizes Robbie's plan to set a record for World's Laziest Town. He tries to stop their record-setting but becomes a victim of his own scheme.

    132 – Prince Stingy
    Robbie makes Stingy believe he’s the prince of LazyTown. Stingy loves being prince, and doesn’t notice when Robbie locks him in a castle. Meanwhile, Robbie tells LazyTowners they can't be active any more, saying that it’s an order from Prince Stingy. Stingy realizes he’s been fooled, and must be rescued by his friends.

    133 – Robbie’s Greatest Misses
    Robbie Rotten can't figure out why his plots against Sportacus have never worked – and then he devises the ultimate plan – to use all of his evil inventions against Sportacus at the same time.

    134 – Sports Candy Festival
    Robbie wants the LazyTown kids to stop eating healthy foods so he disguises himself as life-size fruits and vegetables, hoping to scare the kids into eating candy instead.

    135 – Dancing Duel
    There's a dance competition underway in LazyTown but Robbie believes that if Stephanie wins, LazyTown will become too active. So he creates a robot dancing girl to compete against Stephanie.

    136 – Sportacus on the Move
    A day in the life of Sportacus, as he goes about his daily routine – performing incredible stunts and saving the residents of LazyTown.
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    Re: Episode Production Order

    Thanks! do we have one for season 2 as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin55
    Thanks! do we have one for season 2 as well?
    I'm affraid not or we need to ask someone from LT Ent. This list came from lazytown.com around 2004 to 2006 where they also added pictures from every episode, after that they changed the website style and content. The 2nd season episodes have never been published like this, unfortunately.
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    Re: Episode Production Order

    101 – The Lazy Dance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stingy
    101 – The Lazy Dance
    Ah, the unfinished episode The Lazy Dance
    I wondered why the list started with 102

    .. and ofcourse the pilot with Shelby.

    Pilot – Field Soccer
    Stephanie is putting together a LazyTown team to play field soccer outside but that's not an easy task so it seems.

    101 – The Lazy Dance
    Robbie disguises himself as a magical female dancer and dances everybody to sleep (?)
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    Re: Episode Production Order

    What I'd like to know is where are production 1-100

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooky

    Pilot – Field Soccer
    Stephanie is putting together a LazyTown team to play field soccer outside but that's not an easy task so it seems.

    101 – The Lazy Dance
    Robbie disguises himself as a magical female dancer and dances everybody to sleep (?)
    I've followed this fandom pretty heavily since '06 and NEVER heard of lazy dance...any and all info plz. and is Field Soccer just a different name for Welcome to Lazytown pilot?

    curious about the order for season two because i'd like to know which episodes Magnus had his leg in a cast for...I know thats why the skypod scenes were used more in some but am curious which ones specifically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin55
    I've followed this fandom pretty heavily since '06 and NEVER heard of lazy dance
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    This is from an episode that was never finished! The working title was "The Lazy Dance". It was the first episode we made, but due to technical problems we couldn´t finish it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin55
    and is Field Soccer just a different name for Welcome to Lazytown pilot?
    I totally made up the name because of the little video we saw of the pilot episode. It could have been just Welcome to Lazytown
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    Looking at the shooting date of the behind the scene photo's I come to this order. They used a full year for 36 epsiodes.

    0 pre filming and setup 5-1-2004 (januari)
    1 The Lazy Dance 30-1-2004
    2 Sports Day 9-2-2004
    3 defeeted 25-2-2004
    4 lazyscouts 16-3-2004
    5 crystal caper 19-3-2004
    6 welkom to lt 2-4-2004
    7 zap it 9-4-2004
    8 Sportafake 20-4-2004
    9 Swiped Sweets 1-5-2004
    10 happy brush day 10-5-2004
    11 Sleepless in LazyTown 19-5-2004
    12 hero for a day 1-6-2004
    13 my treehouse 8-6-2004
    14 Soccer Sucker 20-6-2004
    15 cry dinosaur 1-7-2004
    16 rottenstein 8-7-2004
    17 Pixelspix 12-7-2004
    18 Dear Diary 19-7-2004
    19 rottenbeard 26-7-2004
    20 lt new superhero I ?-8-2004
    21 Remote Control ?-8-2004
    22 the laziest town 20-9-2004
    23 sportacus who 29-9-2004
    24 lt new superhero II 2-10-2004
    25 surprise santa 12-10-2004
    26 Secret Agent Zero 1-11-2004
    27 miss roberta 8-11-2004
    28 LazyTown’s Greatest Hits ??
    29 Play Day 5-11-2004
    30 Ziggy's Alien 11-11-2004
    31 Records Day 18-11-2004
    32 prince 24-11-2004
    33 Robbie’s Greatest Misses 1-12-2004
    34 Sports Candy Festival 7-12-2004
    35 Dancing Duel 15-12-2004
    36 sportacus on the move 24-12-2004
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    Re: Episode Production Order

    Wish we could have the production order for season 2... that season seems to be kind of mysterious.
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    Many kids shows use block shooting because of labor/budget constraints. I'm curious if LazyTown does this and to what extent. For example, it would make sense to film scenes in Robbie's lair (regardless of the episode) over the course of a few long shoots. And you would schedule this when Stephanie's actor wasn't available, since only Robbie is needed. Just remember that stuff like this can happen. So production numbers don't always tell the whole story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SportaKandy
    Many kids shows use block shooting because of labor/budget constraints. I'm curious if LazyTown does this and to what extent. For example, it would make sense to film scenes in Robbie's lair (regardless of the episode) over the course of a few long shoots. And you would schedule this when Stephanie's actor wasn't available, since only Robbie is needed. Just remember that stuff like this can happen. So production numbers don't always tell the whole story.
    That wasn't the case in the first season, maybe because it was the first time they did shoot episodes or not all the stories where complete yet. Some parts came back though, like in the episodes 'Greatest hits' and 'Dear Diary' but that is no what you ment. Don't know how it was done in the second season, maybe the same, in some order. I asked for some info but hasn't recieved anything.
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    Many kids shows use block shooting because of labor/budget constraints. I'm curious if LazyTown does this and to what extent. For example, it would make sense to film scenes in Robbie's lair (regardless of the episode) over the course of a few long shoots. And you would schedule this when Stephanie's actor wasn't available, since only Robbie is needed. Just remember that stuff like this can happen. So production numbers don't always tell the whole story.
    That wasn't the case in the first season, maybe because it was the first time they did shoot episodes or not all the stories where complete yet. Some parts came back though, like in the episodes 'Greatest hits' and 'Dear Diary' but that is no what you ment. Don't know how it was done in the second season, maybe the same, in some order. I asked for some info but hasn't recieved anything.
    Do you know when did they start filming season 2 at least? I'm thinking late 2005/early 2006, but I'm not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agusxx2
    Quote Originally Posted by Pooky
    Quote Originally Posted by SportaKandy
    Many kids shows use block shooting because of labor/budget constraints. I'm curious if LazyTown does this and to what extent. For example, it would make sense to film scenes in Robbie's lair (regardless of the episode) over the course of a few long shoots. And you would schedule this when Stephanie's actor wasn't available, since only Robbie is needed. Just remember that stuff like this can happen. So production numbers don't always tell the whole story.
    That wasn't the case in the first season, maybe because it was the first time they did shoot episodes or not all the stories where complete yet. Some parts came back though, like in the episodes 'Greatest hits' and 'Dear Diary' but that is no what you ment. Don't know how it was done in the second season, maybe the same, in some order. I asked for some info but hasn't recieved anything.
    Do you know when did they start filming season 2 at least? I'm thinking late 2005/early 2006, but I'm not sure.
    They had a break for almost a year an a half. Production started from spring 2006 untill later that year. Not sure about which month they were shooting what episode.
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    From all the videos I've seen, I can say it pretty much say the Pilot evolved into Happy Brush Day and Soccer Sucker, as it has scenes relating to those episodes, with nothing looking like Welcome to LazyTown at all. Not that it's on-topic or anything, but it's nice Trivia.

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    For season 2, I suspect Birthday Surprise was the last one produced in season 2. There is footage from The Lazy Rockets, Dancing Dreams, and Spartacus saves the toys in Stephanie's book of memories in the We Will be Friends video.

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    I think even if he had hadn't shot them at that point, he would still put bits in. He doesn't like to put stuff in unless it's necessary.

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    I think even if he had hadn't shot them at that point, he would still put bits in. He doesn't like to put stuff in unless it's necessary.
    Johnathan Judge directed that episode, and I wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't even his choice. It could have just been the editor's choice.
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    The first time I watched the episode "Dancing Dreams" I thought it was the last episode but then Stephanie came back and adventure started again

    Watching the episode "Birthday Surprise" me too think that it had to be the last episode of S2 seeing that Stephanie shows some shoots of their lives on her photoalbum
    For season 2, I suspect Birthday Surprise was the last one produced in season 2. There is footage from The Lazy Rockets, Dancing Dreams, and Spartacus saves the toys in Stephanie's book of memories in the We Will be Friends video.

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    It's odd that Zap It is before Remote Control in both orders. Easy Way, the original Gizmo Guy, is clearly about the machine from Remote Control meaning Gizmo was written for it, so how/why did they make Zap it first?

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