The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish

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"Hooray for Hamsterwood"
"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish"
"Milo Gets a Ninja"
"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish"
Sir Oscar Fish the Brave.JPEG
Oscar as Sir Oscar Fish the Brave.
Season: 1
Production code: 108b
Broadcast number: 15
Story by:
Tim McKeon
Teleplay: Craig McCracken
Amy Higgins
Greg White
Ken Pontac
Guy Toubes
Written by:
Marco Ramirez
Douglas MacCarthy
Storyboards by:
Amy Higgins
Benjamin Balisteri
Written & Storyboarded by:
Vaughn Tada
Rob Hoegee
Amy Higgins
Johanna Stein
Douglas MacCarthy
Directed by:
William Reiss
Broadcast Information
Disney Channel premiere:
December 28, 2010
Disney Channel (UK) premiere:
January 14, 2011
Disney XD premiere:
February 25, 2011
Paired with
"Hooray for Hamsterwood"

"I'm gonna distract the dragon, you two rescue the princess and the other Milo."

Oscar has an accident and wakes up in what he believes is his fantasy novel where he meets medieval equivalents of everyone at Freshwater High. It gets dangerous when Oscar takes on a deadly mission against a dragon and realizes that this is no fantasy – it's the real thing.

Episode Summary[edit | edit source]

"I missed the bus! I'm gonna be late for school! I'll just have to tell Mr. Baldwin that I got lost outside of ...a castle?!"[edit | edit source]

"And if this is a dream, that means I can make all of my dreams come true!"

Oscar is having a bad day at school. First of all, he's too nervous to speak at the school public speaking event, then he gets beat up by Jocktopus and is again too nervous to give flowers and chocolates to Bea. When Oscar gets home, he shouts at Milo saying he's tired of living in fear. He goes down into the bedroom and fills in today's diary slot. He writes about how bad the day was, but says it was great for Sir Oscar Fish the Brave, the person which Oscar wants to be. He spoke publicly without fear, conquered monsters without fear, and was awesome with the ladies without fear. Back to real life, Oscar closes his diary and goes to sleep. The next day, Oscar wakes up, late for school. He tries to catch up with the school bus, but swims into a stop sign, in when he falls on the ground. He closes his eyes, and wakes up in a forest. Oscar is curious why there is a castle. Then, a unicorn appears and talks to Oscar. After asking a medieval Milo where he is, he realizes that he's in Fishtankia, Sir Oscar Fish the Brave's hometown. Oscar asks the "other Milo" if he's been reading his diary again, and the other Milo says that he would never do that. Oscar thinks he must be dreaming because he crashed into that stop sign and if it's a dream, he can make all his dreams come true. He names the other Milo, Milo the Meek, and names himself Sir Oscar Fish the Brave. He orders Milo the Meek to take him to the castle "to seek the hand of Princess Bea". In the real world, Bea and Milo are trying to wake up Oscar. Milo turns him over, and he's not Oscar. The "other Oscar" is angry that they have trespassed on "his stop sign". Milo then holds up a piece of broccoli, telling the "Oscar" what he looks like. The "Oscar" says that he's seen the real Oscar. He says that Oscar tripped over him and crashed into the stop sign, when he was sleeping. Oscar floated to the top of the tank, Bud picked him up with a net and put him in another tank with a castle in when he started to move. And then "the Oscar" went back to his nap. Milo is relieved that Oscar is alive, but Bea responds saying that he could be anywhere, lost, confused and curled up in a little ball, sobbing and dying. Bea says that she can hear him now, saying that he wants to die. Milo then claps and says he's not going to rest until he finds his brother. So, "the Oscar", Bea and Milo head out to find Oscar. In the medieval tank, Milo the Meek shows Oscar Freshwater Castle, a medieval version of Freshwater High, with medieval versions of the students. Principal Stickler, or King Stickler, says that the village of Coralboard needs a public speaker. Oscar volunteers to do it, as Sir Oscar Fish the Brave. Oscar gives his speech and everyone cheers.

"Because this is the part where I'm supposed to save the princess!"[edit | edit source]

"Bro, do you see all the Oscars behind us?"

Bea, Milo and "the Oscar" spot a fish that looks like Oscar but it turns out to be a cyclops. Oscar agrees to go and joust Jostopus, the castle bully. Bea, Milo, and the "other Oscar" find another look-alike, this time, swinging his tongue from side-to-side and wearing glasses. Oscar saves a Rapunzel-style Esmargot from the top of the castle. Everyone cheers for Sir Oscar Fish. Bea, Milo and the "other Oscar" find a baby-girl Oscar look-alike. Everyone thanks Oscar for his brave work, and orders the hand of the princess. Then a medieval-style Albert comes in and announces that the princess has been kidnapped by the dragon fish. Oscar then looks up "the dragon fish" in his diary. King Stickler then makes a joke that the dragon fish is Nurse Fishington without a smile. Oscar then decides that he will save the princess. Bea and Milo are now in front of a long line of Oscar look-alikes. Back in Fishtankia, Sir Oscar Fish and Milo the Meek arrive at the cliff near the princess' castle, where Oscar finds out that the princess is a medieval-style Clamantha. Oscar thinks his dream is malfunctioning because the princess should be a medieval-style Bea. Milo and Bea are now in Fishtankia, where they are still searching for Oscar. Bea hears Oscar whining and tells Milo. They both spot Oscar and run up the cliff to him. Oscar asks why Bea and Milo are in his dream, and Bea tells him it isn't a dream. Oscar is confused and compares the two Milos. Oscar says that he could get hurt up there, and asks why everyone looks like someone familiar. The "other Oscar" then points to the dragon fish which is growling at all the fish.

"We look-a-likes stick together! Charge!"[edit | edit source]

"Aaaaaah! I got him distracted!"

Oscar is too afraid and starts swimming away. Milo the Meek stops Oscar, and says that he has to save Clamantha the princess, then Oscar reveals that he was just pretending to be a hero. Milo the Meek is shocked at this, and goes to save the princess himself. Oscar realizes that fighting the dragon is his job, and asks his friends to help him. Oscar then jumps off the cliff and snatches his sword from Milo the Meek. As he swims towards the dragon fish, Oscar bursts into tears, afraid he's going to get hurt. Oscar is confronted by the dragon fish, screams and tells Bea and Milo to rescue the princess. Bea then arrives to rescue the princess, and asks if she's alright. Oscar tells Bea and Milo to hurry up, then the "other Oscar" puts his hand on Oscar's shoulder and reveals that his name is Ron. All the other look-alikes join Oscar in his mission and charge after the dragon fish, making it crash into another stop sign. Bea then hugs Oscar, and Milo hugs Bea. Oscar says that he didn't do anything, then Ron comes over and hugs Oscar. King Stickler, and all the Oscar-lookalikes cheer on Sir Oscar Fish the Brave. The princess comes over and flirts with Oscar, but spots Ron and goes over to him. Ron announces that Clamantha the princess is his girlfriend, and then she kisses him. Ron turns bright red, and all the others laugh and cheer. Then, Oscar is seen with his diary, overlooking the events of the day and writes an entry. After Oscar says that dreams can come true, the two Milos both say "Hot-dog". Oscar throws his torch away and looks directly at the screen. "The End" (written in medieval font) pops up on the screen.

End Credits[edit | edit source]

Snake and Mouse both imagine what would happen if they hosted their own shows.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Quotes[edit | edit source]

[In Oscar and Milo's tank. Milo is playing video games. Oscar enters after having a bad day.]
Milo: Hey, bro! Beat you home from school again! How was your day?
Oscar: I'm tired of living in fear!
Milo: Sounds fun!

Notes[edit | edit source]

International Premieres[edit | edit source]

  • Canada - January 14th, 2011
  • France - February 18th, 2011
  • Belgium - February 25th, 2011
  • Switzerland - March 2nd, 2011
  • Germany - March 13th, 2011
  • Spain - March 28th, 2011
  • Portugal - April 15th, 2011
  • Brazil - April 30th, 2011
  • Europe - June 18th, 2011
  • Middle-East - June 24th, 2011
  • Africa - July 4th, 2011

Voice Credits[edit | edit source]

Chelsea Staub as Bea
Kyle Massey as Milo
Justin Roiland as Oscar
Jeff Bennett as Fake Oscars
Dee Bradley Baker as Dragon Fish, Peasant & Villager
Grey DeLisle as Baby Unicorn
John DiMaggio as Jocktopus
Alex Hirsch as Clamantha
Eric Laden as Ron
Rob Paulson as Fake Oscars
Justin Roiland as Cyclops Oscar
Atticus Shaffer as Albert Glass & Kid Fish
Dana Snyder as Bud
Jerry Stiller as Principal Stickler

Goofs[edit | edit source]

  • Oscar wakes up at 9:15am, and tries to catch up with the school bus. The bus should have been there at around 8am, because in "Fail Fish", Bea, Milo and Oscar are shown at school at 8am.
  • When Oscar crashes into the stop sign and falls to the ground, Ron's tail cannot be seen next to Oscar's face.

External links[edit | edit source]

"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish"
"Hooray for Hamsterwood"
108 b:
"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish"
Season 1 (iTunes volumes 1, 2, Season 1 and Disney Channel Monstober)
Bea Stays in the Picture | Fish Sleepover Party | Fish Out of Water | Doris Flores Gorgeous | Underwater Boy | Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus | Bea Becomes an Adult Fish | Doggonit | Queen Bea | Fail Fish | Funny Fish | Baldwin the Super Fish | Dances with Wolf Fish | Hooray for Hamsterwood | The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish | Milo Gets a Ninja | Dropsy! | Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story | Big Fish | The Dark Side of the Fish | Dollars and Fish | Fish Floaters | Flying Fish | Two Clams in Love | Peopleing | Legend of the Earth Troll | Parasite Fright | Pamela Hamster Returns | Riding in Cars with Fish | Milo's Big Idea | Mascotastrophe | Good Morning, Freshwater | Diary of a Lost Fish | We've Got Fish Spirit | Run, Oscar, Run | Good Times at PuPu Goodtimes | Oscar Makes an Impression | Fish School Musical | Employee Discount | Halloween Haul | Fish Talent Show