House Warming is the second episode of the first season of Happy Tree Friends internet series. This episode introduces two new characters, Petunia, a sweet-smelling skunk and Handy the builder beaver, and what problems his amputations can cause.
HTF Episode DescriptionEdit
Handy, the resident carpenter beaver with no hands, builds Petunia a lovely new home. How does he do this with no hands? Some secrets may never be revealed! The project turns into a disaster when a fire breaks out and Handy has to come to Petunia's rescue.
The episode starts off with a blue skunk named Petunia watching an orange construction beaver with no hands named Handy (how ironic) build something for her. After a few seconds, it is revealed that the present is a brand new tree house gifted just for her. Happy, Petunia hugs Handy in gratitude, and bids farewell just as she goes to play in her tree house. Happy and content, Handy turns around to leave, but at that exact moment, the tree house catches on fire, grabbing Handy's attention, and making him scream in sheer horror.
Petunia, inside the burning tree house screams for help. Handy tells Petunia to jump out, and he'll catch him. Petunia does so, but due to Handy's lack of hands, Handy fails to catch Petunia. Petunia is now burning crazily, and Handy has to act quickly to save her. Handy sees a fire hydrant nearby, and attempts to use it, but realizing he has no hands, he gives of a scowl to the camera (which will become a recurring joke later within the show).
Handy looks back, and notices a bucket nearby, and assumes it's water. He runs up to the bucket, and gives it a hard kick. Unfortunately, the situation is now worse. Petunia begins screaming even louder, the landscape is destroyed, and a blackened and burnt Handy realizes that he just kicked over a bucket of petroleum.
With Petunia burning to death and Handy out of ideas, Handy resorts to one last tactic: stomping the fire out. Handy, with his beige worker-boots, begins stomping on Petunia, furthering her injuries, but at least putting the fire out. Petunia, now a blackened and bloody mush, weakly raises her arm and gives an "Okay" signal while giggling weakly for some reason.
"Smiles are always Free!"
- Petunia gets set ablaze after her tree house catches on fire. (Kenn Navarro confirmed she survived.)
- Handy kicks over a bucket of petroleum, covering him in black ashes, and furthering Petunia's injuries.
- Handy repeatedly stomps on Petunia in order to stop the fire.
- Amount of surviving main characters: 2
- Amount of dead main characters: 0
- Total rate: 100%
- The tree house is burned up.
- Petunia's flower and air freshener are burnt to ashes.
- At the very beginning of the episode, when Handy wipes his forehead with his nub, the arm he wipes it with is much longer than it is in the rest of the episode and all future episodes featuring him. It also has an elbow.
- It appears to be impossible for Petunia to get into the tree house since there was no ladder or door. Though, this may an instance where the Tree Friends were able to climb trees with ease.
- When the house blows up, every part of Petunia disappears, except for her eyes.
- Handy's ears should have been visible whenever his helmet was up.
- When Handy turns around after the explosion, his tool belt is missing in one frame.
- When Handy looks at Petunia and tells her to jump, he has no teeth. This happens again when he tries to grab the hose and right before he begins to stomp on Petunia.
- Petunia's teeth are also missing when the treehouse catches on fire.
- The bucket of gasoline was directly where Handy was standing, before he told her to jump down, and wasn't shown when Petunia was hugging Handy.
- Handy is blackened when he kicks over the bucket of gasoline, but the blackness on him disappears when he starts to stomp the fire out. This may have served as a brief comical/Looney Tunes style moment though.
- After Handy kicked the bucket over, the landscape was completely burnt. But when Handy was stomping out the fire, the landscape was back to normal.
- Handy isn't wearing boots, but he is wearing worker boots when he is stomping out the fire on Petunia. Though, this may have been done on purpose, since gags like these are quite common in cartoons.
- When Petunia raises her hand, she has four fingers. Later when Petunia made an OK sign with her hand, she has five fingers.