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"Green-Eyed Monster" is the 4th episode of the second season of Pepper Ann. It aired on September 19, 1998.

Synopsis

Pepper Ann becomes jealous when her chance at being the most popular girl in school is usurped by a new girl named Amber O'Malley. Meanwhile, Principal Hickey investigates a string of locker thefts.

Plot

Trinket, Tessa and Vanessa tearfully see Cissy off who is spending the week at Cheerleading Camp. Pepper Ann is happy because as Cissy was considered the most popular girl at Hazelnut Middle School, she believes that this will be her chance to take her spot and tries to get Nicky and Milo to help her achieve this. As Principal Hickey announces his intent to catch a locker thief, he introduces a new student named Amber O'Malley, who has a perfect smile and a likeable personality that immediately wins the favor of her peers, making Pepper Ann jealous.

Amber begins to steal Pepper Ann's thunder by showing her multi-talented abilities in science, art and sports. Pepper Ann's reflection tells her that she is clearly growing jealous despite her denial and she resolves to throw a party so that she can invite all of her friends. However, she learns that Amber is also throwing a party on the same day with even Milo and Nicky going. Despite Amber's suggestion of combining parties, Pepper Ann refuses and has an unfortunately mundane and guestless party at home. Fueled by Dieter showing up and admitting he went to the wrong house, Pepper Ann phones Hickey claiming that Amber is the locker thief.

Pepper Ann arrives at Amber's more luxurious party, only for Hickey to arrive with the news of Amber being the locker thief. As Amber begins to cry over the accusation, Pepper Ann confesses that she made it up because she was jealous. Amber forgives Pepper Ann, but as she leaves, she accidentally opens a closet that reveals that Amber was the thief after all (further admitting that she is just a klepto). The guests leave until Craig Bean suggests going to Pepper Ann's house to continue the party, much to everyone's delight. Pepper Ann tries to confirm that she is no longer jealous until she sees Trinket talking to Craig, though Nicky brings her back to reality.

Cast

Trivia

  • A literal Green-Eyed Monster appeared in Pepper Ann's contemporary series Quack Pack.
  • The lead member of the Cha Cha Kings is named Carlos, but later Lydia refers to him as Guillermo while the credits call him Vittorio.
  • When Principal Hickey barges into the party, one of the Cha Cha Kings exclaims, "They are coming for you Carlos!", forcing the other member to backflip out of the party. This moment implies that Carlos might be an illegal immigrant.

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Media
Pepper AnnPepper Ann Main Theme
Characters
Pepper Ann PearsonPepper Ann's reflectionNicky LittleMilo KamalaniMoose PearsonBecky LittleTrinket St. BlairCissy RooneyDieter LederhosenTessa and Vanessa JamesConstance GoldmanStewart WalldingerGwen MezzrowWayne MacabreAlice KaneBrendaAmber O'MalleySketchCraig BeanLydia PearsonChuck PearsonJanie DiggetyJoJo DiggetyEffie ShruggAbriola StarkCarlotta SneedRoland CarterCoach DooganNurse OomlaVera Groober-SchwartzSherrie SpleenPrincipal Hickey
Episodes
Season 1: "Ziterella" • "Romeo and Juliet" / "Food Barn" • "Old Best Friend" / "Crunch Pod" • "Psychic Moose" / "Doll and Chain" • "Megablades of Grass" / "Family Vacation" • "The Big Pencil" / "Sani-Paper" • "Uniform Uniformity" / "Snot Your Mother's Music" • "The Environ-Mentals" • "Crush and Burn" / "Soccer Season" • "Thanksgiving Dad" • "Sketch 22" / "Manly Milo" • "Have You Ever Been Unsupervised" / "The Unusual Suspects" • "Nicky Gone Bad" / "In Support of"

Season 2: "Quiz Bowl" / "License to Drive" • "Cocoon Gables" / "Green-Eyed Monster" • "Hazelnut's Finest" / "Cat Scan" • "An OtterBiography" / "GreenSleeves" • "Vanessa Less Tessa" / "Peer Counselor P.A." • "A 'Tween Halloween" / "Mash into Me" • "Presenting Stewart Waldinger" / "P.A.'s Life in a Nutshell" • "Like Riding a Bike" • "Radio Freak Hazelnut" / "Framed" • "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Milo" / "The Sisterhood" • "Impractical Jokes" / "Cold Feet" • "Doppelganger Didi" / "Pepper Ann's Day Off-Kilter" • "A No Hair Day" / "That's My Dad"
Season 3: "You Oughta Be in Musicals!" • "Dances with Ignorance" / "Girl Power" • "Beyond Good and Evel" / "One of the Guys" • "The Wash-Out" / "Def Comedy Mom" • "The First Date Club" / "Unicycle of Life" • "A Kosher Christmas" • "Effie Shrugged" / "Mom Knows What P.A. Did Two Nights Ago" • "The Spanish Imposition" / "Single Unemployed Mother"
Season 4: "Burn, Hazelnut, Burn" / "Career Daze" • "G.I. Janie" / "Miss Moose" • "Pepper Shaker" / "Flaw and Order" • "Baggy Bean Buddies" / "The Beans of Wrath" • "The Velvet Room" • "One Angry Woman" • "The Sellout" / "The Telltale Fuzzy" • "A Valentine's Day Tune" • "Sammy's Song" / "Permanent Record" • "Live and Let Dye" • "Remote Possibilities" / "Considering Constance" • "To Germany with Love" • "Bye, Bye Trinket" / "P.A.'s Pop Fly" • "My Mother, Myself" • "The Amazing Becky Little" • "The Untitled Milo Kamalani Project" / "Guess Who's Coming to the Theater" • "The Great Beyond" / "Jaybirds of a Feather" • "The Way They Were"
Season 5: "The One with Mr. Reason" / "Sense and Senselessness" • "Forging Ahead" / "Reality Bytes" • "Carmello" / "Strike it or Not" • "Complimentary Colors" • "The Merry Lives of Pepper Ann" • "A is for Average" / "Alice Kane Went Down to Calcutta" • "Spice of Life" / "T.G.I.F." • "Dear Debby" / "Too Cool to Be Mom" • "Moose in Love" / "Two's Company" • "Zen and the Art of Milo" / "That's My Mama Destructo" • "Unhappy Campers" / "Searching for Pepper Ann Pearson" • "The Word" / "The Perfect Couple" • "The Finale"

Locations
Hazelnut Middle SchoolPepper Ann's House
See also
House of Mouse
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