MILO LEARNS HE MIGHT GET SENT AWAY
IN A NEW EPISODE OF "FISH HOOKS,"
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 ON DISNEY CHANNEL
"Dropsy" - Milo fakes having a disease called Dropsy when he sees Albert Glass, who really has the fish illness, getting special attention and treatment. Taking his performance too far, Milo panics when he learns he's being sent away so he doesn't infect everyone. Albert Glass is voiced by Atticus Shaffer (ABC's "The Middle").
"Queen Bea" - Bea fears that she won't be named Homecoming Queen when her classmates learn her parents will be chaperones at the dance. To ensure her win, she enlists Milo and Oscar to create a fake school dance for her parents to chaperone instead, and tries to keep up the charade by going back and forth between the two dances.
This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks," airs FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET/PT). "Queen Bea" originally aired Friday, October 29
"Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Kane ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.
"Dropsy" was written by Jackie Buscarino and written by Bill Reiss; "Queen Bea" was written by Tim McKeon and directed by Carl Greenblatt.
"Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.