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The Quarrel (Peppa Pig)

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The Quarrel
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"I don't want to play with you anymore!" - Peppa Pig
Series: Peppa Pig
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 43
Air Date: June 7th, 2007
Previous episode: Granny and Grandpa's Attic
Next episode: The Toy Cupboard


The Quarrel is the 43rd episode of season 2 of Peppa Pig.

Plot

Peppa and Suzy declare they are no longer friends after they get into a fight playing snap.

Oh Snap! Why It Sucks

  1. The titular quarrel is both unrealistic and extremely petty; Peppa loses two games of Snap, and so she decides to call Suzy for winning by coming to the conclusion that she "cheated".
  2. Peppa comes across as very unlikable in this episode, as she pretty much just whines about the fact that she didn't win in a game of Snap with Suzy, and as mentioned earlier, she even comes to the conclusion that she "cheated" all because she "looked at the card", which makes zero sense whatsoever because Suzy was clearly playing by the rules, and the "looking at the card" excuse that Peppa makes is just plain ridiculous, because that's how Snap is supposed to work!
    • As a matter of fact, because Peppa didn't win a single game, she ends her friendship with Suzy over it, which is even more ridiculous and unrealistic. Sure, it's common that friends can get into arguments about winning games in real life, but never to this degree.
    • Even when Peppa tries to apologise to Suzy on the phone, she still calls her a cheater, proving that she cannot handle any form losing in a game.
  3. The line "You're not my best friend anymore!" is overused here, and it gets on your last nerves real fast.
  4. Mummy Pig is a bit dumb here too, as she believes that Peppa and Suzy will make up with each other by a phone call. She didn't see what happened, so why would she think they would make up that easily?
  5. When putting the quarrel aside, the episode itself is boring and nothing really interesting happens in it.
  6. It tells a bad and so-called moral about apologising, as it claims that simply saying the word "sorry" will completely fix everything. While apologising sometimes works, simply saying the word "sorry" does not instantly fix everything, and it some cases, apologizing won't excuse your wrongdoings.
  7. Peppa and Suzy get into another quarrel in the end because Peppa assumed Suzy cheated in a game of golf. Thankfully, before the entire episode could start all over again, Daddy Pig broke the fight up by saying that they're just the same.
  8. While ending is good, Peppa didn't got consequence or punishment for whining about the fact that she didn't win in a game of Snap with Suzy.
  9. The events of this episode were never mentioned nor brought up again (though it could be possible that the events of the episode was forgotten or ignored) and Peppa and Suzy also act like the quarrels didn't even happen at all in later episodes, which just makes it a filler episode.
  10. The episode suggests that you can only have one best friend, even though in reality you can have as many as you like.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Daddy Pig is likable, as he does try to help the situation by getting the two to apologise to each other and he even prevents the episode from starting all over again by breaking up the second quarrel.
    • George Pig is tolerable too, as he didn't cry once in the episode. The same can be said for his best friend Richard Rabbit too.
    • Emily Elephant, Candy Cat, Danny Dog, Pedro Pony, Rebecca Rabbit and Zoe Zebra are still tolerable characters as usual.
    • Despite how unlikeable Peppa is in this episode, she didn’t really shame Daddy Pig and/or bully George this time.
  2. The ending was pretty good as Peppa and Suzy did said sorry to each other and became friends again. Also unlike last time, Peppa did apologies to Suzy properly.
    • Peppa and Suzy hugging each other in the end is the only cute moment in the episode.
  3. The line: "I'm sorry I said you cheated, even though you did cheat!" is probably the only funny moment, despite Peppa's unjustified rudeness.

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