Note: All images are put in order.
Look at all the Lumpy-themed merchandise Cuddles owns.
Who knew Lumpy could tell the time?
I don't think it's a good idea to work with electrical equipment near water.
"What's wrong with my guitar?"
The band looks for a new member.
And they were so close to meeting each other.
Something catches Cuddles' interest.
Cuddles imagines himself as the new rock guitarist.
Yep. Cuddles likes to jam!
Cuddles looks at his dream guitar through a store window.
How much for the imaginary guitar?
"How much is that real guitar by the window?"
How much money is that exactly?
Cuddles checks his pockets.
No money, no sale. How about imaginary money then?
Poor Cuddles has no money.
Just take his. He'll just blow it on candy.
How do you make money like that?
"Over... hehe... there... hehe!"
Nothing suspicious about this van with a satellite dish suspiciously planted on its roof.
A new victim, I mean patient.
I'm sure that button won't be important later.
But really what did he expect?
Don't get to comfortable.
The worst is yet to come.
So much donatable blood wasted.
I wonder how long it took to get Nutty's blood donated.
"Now I can put that experience behind me."
I was wrong about that button not being important later.
Cuddles is going to need some serious rest after this.
Something tells me he won't do this.
Cuddles, weren't you drained of blood a second ago.
And how did a single coin buy Nutty a lollipop...
... and Cuddles a whole guitar?
Nutty's flute, which is also edible!
Or is that a popsicle which is also musical?
Nutty eats his candy/instrument.
Less competition I guess.
Cro-Marmot's talent is too good to appear on screen.
Cuddles walks up on stage.
Any time now. The place is empty.
Cuddles sucks at playing the guitar.
"We found our guy! Forget the caveman."
Getting instruments ready.
Sniffles starts the music.
The band and their new member dedicates this song in memory of Russell.
It'll make sense as the episode progresses.
Sniffles the band director.
I thought Cuddles sucked at playing guitar.
Maybe they are dubbing his music and he doesn't notice.
Now he can't hear himself play?
I guess Cuddles really is just good at playing guitar now.
Cuddles isn't quite satisfied.
Always gotta have things his way.
Lumpy and Handy rocking it.
Handy seems Ok with the lights, for now.
This episode reveals that Handy suffers from epileptic seizures.
SEIZURE TIME!!! By the way, isn't foaming at the mouth a sign of rabies?!
Sniffles finds a solution to Handy's problem.
Handy chips his teeth a bit.
Fiddling with the controls.
HANDY THE PLATYPUS! (Was there a point to that?)
Lumpy about to turn lights out.
Unless the lights shut off, it looks like everything will be okay.
Handy's nubs prove as problematic to others as well as himself.
Grabbing his non-existent hand didn't work.
Handy with one foot in the grave.
Now they'll need a new drummer.
"Aw, darn it! We lost our drummer because of his lack of hands!"
Sniffles looks mad. REALLY MAD.
Time to get out of there before Sniffles kills you.
Cuddles on his way back to the stage.
There are reasons you shouldn't run close to cords.
Sniffles smashes his face.
Talk about a tongue twister.
They're hard enough to say without your tongue being pulled.
Lumpy tries playing his guitar faster.
A tongue puller is a different beast altogether...
...with a deadlier outcome.
You'd have a hard time guessing what this is.
He had dedication and just look what happened.
Cuddles comes in for his cue.
Sniffles' intestine turns the volume to max.
Time for a finale that will (literally) blow you away!
"MY EARS! THEY'RE BLEEDING!!"
Paused JUST at the right moment.
Goof #24: Whose brain is that? It can't be Lumpy's!
Where is all of this blood from? Cuddles isn't even bleeding.
Cuddles will wish he had died here.
How convenient that The Mole would show up for an emergency without the need of a phone call.
Hopefully he's better at transplanting it than taking it.
"Wait, blood isn't green."
The Mole ignores his screams.
The Mole presents a new invention: the Cuddles Sofa!
"Darn, a chair fell on my patient, better sit in it."