The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish
Milo, Bea, Oscar, and Fake Oscar
Season: 1
Production code: 108b
Broadcast number: 15
Story by:
Tim McKeon
Written & Storyboarded by:
Ian Wasseluk
Directed by:
William Reiss
Broadcast Information
Disney Channel US Premiere:
December 17, 2010
International Debut:
to be announced
Paired with
"Hooray for Hamsterwood"
iTunes Release:   buy now

When Oscar is late for school and knocked out he is transfered to another tank which he thinks is a dream. Meanwhile, Milo and Bea try to find Oscar and one the way run into a lot of Oscar Looking fish.

Episode Summary

Oscar has a bad day at school: he couldn't speak in public, he got beat up by Jockopus, and he couldn't give Bea love gifts, and at home he told Milo that he's tired of life and fear. Downstairs, Oscar hides under his bed covers and writes in his diary, "Dear diary, today was awful. But not for Sir Oscar Fish the Brave! He had no problems. He spoke publicly . . . without fear! And he conquered monsters . . . without fear! And he was awesome with the ladies . . . without fear!" Oscar sighed and wished silently that he wanted it all to be real, then fell asleep. The next day he overslept and missed the bus. Soon he was chasing the bus. And in his hurry, he tripped and hit a stop sign, and was knocked unconscious. When he regained consciousness, he became worried about missing school, and told himself that he would tell Mr. Baldwin that he got lost. Suddenly, Oscar spotted a castle, a baby unicorn, and became confused. Meanwhile, Milo and Bea are looking for Oscar and find a verson of oscar with a big red nose, who explains that oscar crashed into the stop sign, floated to the top, and was carried away, but moved, and was sent into a tank with a castle.

End Credits




The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish title card
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Running Gags

Bud's Pets & ...

  • Swords

Memorable Quotes

Background Information

  • This is the third Oscar themed episode (Doris Flores Gorgeous, Funny Fish).
  • In the scene where Oscar and the Milo look-alike went to save the princesss, It is assumed that the princess Oscar thought of would look like Bea but instead look like Clamatha.


First time Mr. Baldwin doesnt speak in a episode.



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Previously produced episode:
"Hooray for Hamsterwood"
"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish" Next produced episode:
"Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story"
Previously aired episode:
"Hooray for Hamsterwood"
Next aired episode:
"Milo Gets a Ninja"

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