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"To Germany with Love" is the 20th episode of the fourth season of Pepper Ann. It aired on February 18, 2000.

Synopsis

In this clip show episode, Dieter sends his father (who lives in Germany) a video letter about his time in Hazelnut (featuring clips from past episodes).

Plot

In Germany, Pater Liederhosen, Dieter's father, watches an episode of Klaus the Monocled Monkey, featuring the cartoon monkey entering a race and winning despite a sign saying that monkeys are not allowed, only to learn that the other drivers were monkeys in disguise. Pater finds a video tape from Dieter in the mail and immediately begins to watch it. Disappointed that his father cannot come to Hazelnut, Dieter has decided to put a video together to show why Hazelnut is such a great a place, though a hobo keeps poking him for his pizza.

Dieter heads to the mall and encounters Trinket and Cissy who say that they are very charitable; followed by clips of the two of them being anything but that. He next encounters Lydia who recalls how difficult it is being a single working mother with clips showing her various outings. Tessa and Vanessa talk about how much they love each other as their greatest hits show. Dieter briefly runs into Pepper Ann who says she needs to "face the music" following a bad science project; causing Dieter to acknowledge that one of the best things in Hazelnut is the music there.

After interviewing the Crying Girl, who proclaims that she is tired of Pepper Ann's misadventures, Dieter recalls how Pepper Ann is a great schemer with clips accompanying it. As a dirtied Pepper Ann, from the failed science experiment, is dragged away by Principal Hickey, Dieter asks Nicky and Milo about what makes Hazelnut great; followed by clips of their various freak outs before Pepper Ann's own freak outs plays. Pepper Ann apologizes for taking Stewart's science notes and passing them as her own and he forgives her.

Dieter thinks that Hazelnut is special because of the science lab, but Shelf corrects him that it is about the people and their individuality. This is followed by a montage of characters dancing and other out of context moments from the series, thus far. Dieter wraps up his video, but the hobo now wants to hold the camera, but it is too late. Pater cries over his son's video and switches to Crazy Twins Shenanigans, only to be annoyed that it is another clip show episode and immediately turns off the TV.

Cast

Desk Gag

"Cool, a singing Dieter doll!"

Trivia

  • As stated above, this is a clip show episode.
  • This episode implies that Dieter's father has a very politically active job, hence why he is unable to come to Hazelnut.
  • The Crying Girl is called as such, implying that that is a nickname.
  • Nicky openly recalls the events of "Psychic Moose".

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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 WaldingerGwen 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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