TaleSpin: Baloo asks Becky for his paycheck a day early. When she refuses, Baloo has a trick up his sleeve. He asks a local radio personality to say on the air Friday that it's Saturday. He then goes to Becky's apartment and changes all calenders to Saturday. And the cherry on top, a doctored paper that has Saturday for the date. When Becky awakens, she's convinced it's Saturday and Baloo is ready to collect his paycheck. But his plan soon backfires when Becky scolds him for forgetting his Friday deliveries and docks his pay until their done. The cargo is to be delivered to Thembria, where Spigot and Dunder are (illegally) listening to the radio. When they hear it's Saturday, they inform the High Marshall that they need to change it to tomorrow, and then inform the citizens that denial it's Saturday results in death. This only leads to disaster for Baloo and Becky when they arrive and a fight for their lives.
|Title:||For Whom the Bell Klangs (1)|
|Air Date:||November 27, 1990|
|Genres:||Animation Comedy Family Adventure Mystery|
|Actors:||Ed Gilbert Jim Cummings|
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