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OSCAR AND MILO CELEBRATE A NEW HOLIDAY
IN A NEW EPISODE OF "FISH HOOKS,"
FRIDAY, JULY 20 ON DISNEY CHANNEL
"Brother's Day" - After seeing the Joe brothers get into a huge fight, Milo gets nervous that one day that might happen to him and Oscar, so he creates a holiday dedicated to celebrating their friendship.
This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, JULY 20 (9:15 - 9:30 p.m., ET/PT).
"Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Kane ("Dancing with the Stars") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.
"Brother's Day" was written by Tim McKeon, Meghan McCarthy, Nick Confalone and Neal Dusedau and directed by Bill Reiss and Carl Greenblatt.
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DESCRIPTION: (from Disney Channel's press release, October 2011) Season two of the imaginative, eye-catching animated hit series "Fish Hooks," will premiere FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 (9:30-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Since its September 2010 debut, "Fish Hooks" has been one of TV's top animated series among Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14.* "Fish Hooks" features a talented voice cast including Chelsea Kane ("Dancing with the Stars," "JONAS") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Dancing with the Stars," "Cory in the House") as Milo, and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar. Upcoming episodes will introduce guest characters, including a new crush for Oscar, voiced by Felicia Day ("The Guild"), a Rat King outside the tanks voiced by Wallace Shawn ("Toy Story," "The Incredibles") and a new marching band conductor voiced by Doug Brochu ("So Random!"). Season two will continue to follow best fish friends Bea, Milo and Oscar as they tackle everyday tween life from friendship, dating and sports, to more atypical situations like giant lobsters, babysitting an ornery catfish and learning to ride a bucking scorpion.