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Ice (Niloya)

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Ice (Niloya)
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A very abysmal winter special of a Turkish pre-school show.
Series: Niloya
Part of Season: 1
Episode Number: 3a
Air Date: February 17, 2014
Previous episode: Tospik
Next episode: Which Color

Ice is the 2nd segment of the third episode of the first season of Niloya.


The river is frozen on a cold winter day. Niloya’s mother warns them not to step on the ice. Niloya wants to play on the ice when she sees a baby squirrel playing on the ice. But she recalls the words of her mother and does not play. The game of the baby squirrel which does not follow its mother's advice will not last much more.

Why It Sucks

  1. When Niloya understood her mother's warning to not go to the river, she deliberately forgets her mother's advice.
  2. A scene where the squirrel broke the ice river is so soul-crushing to the point it offends animal lovers.
  3. In the moment when Murat tried to throw a snowball to Niloya and Mete, he failed, panicked and ran away.
  4. The bad moral of this episode is too not understand what your parents are saying and completely disobey their orders.
  5. The titular song in this episode was very out of tune and ear-splitting that gives the Teen Titans Go! song, Waffles, a run for its money.
  6. The squirrels in this episode do not look squirrels but more like a poorly rendered CGI mess.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Despite the titular song in this episode being ear-splitting, it can also be very catchy to younger audiences.
  2. Good Ending: At the ending of the episode, Niloya, Mete, and Murat are laughing and playing a very good snowball fight.
  3. The title of the episode in the English dub looks very interesting.


  • The episode received only a bad review having a 5.3/10 on IMDb.


  • The episode and the song were very popular in various countries.

Full Episode

English version

Turkish version


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