Unfinished Doll Business
Unfinished Doll Business
Season: 2
Production code: 209b
Broadcast number: 26
Story by:
Nick Confalone, Neal Dusedau, Meghan McCarthy, Tim McKeon
Written & Storyboarded by:
Carl Faruolo
Directed by:
William Reiss, C.H. Greenblatt
Broadcast Information
Disney Channel US Premiere:
August 11, 2012 (2:15am)
October 5, 2012 (Official premire)
International Debut:
May 26, 2012 (Disney Channel Japan) August 11, 2012 (Disney Channel Philippines)
Paired with
"Bea Sneaks Out" (production)
That's not just a doll. That is Baby Princess Sweet Face, my childhood nightmare.

— Bea

When Bea’s childhood doll resurfaces, Bea realizes how creepy the doll was and pawns it off on Milo and Oscar. But no matter what she does to try and rid herself of the doll, it keeps magically reappearing and haunting her.

Episode Summary




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End Credits

Snake and Mouse send text messages to each other.


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Running Gags

Bud's Pets &...

  • Exorcisms
  • Later changed to "Exorcisms 1/2 Price"

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Background Information

  • The episode was on TV listings before getting replaced by "Busy Bea: Rise of the Machines".
  • This episode was leaked on iTunes on May 12th, 2012.
  • This episode aired on August 11, 2012 (2:15am); but this episode's official premiere is October 5, 2012.
  • This episode was aired on Disney Channel on Demand on August 28, 2012.

Production Information



  • This is the first time Mr. Baldwin has directly spoken to his offspring.


  • Unfinshed Monkey Business: The name of this episode is a parody of Unfinished Monkey Business.
  • Kirby: When the doll was set on eat mode, the suction is similar to Kirby's signature move, Inhale.
  • The Godfather: The scene in which Bea rolls over to discover the doll in her bed is a reference to the infamous "Horse head" scene.


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Previously produced episode:
"Bea Sneaks Out"
"Unfinished Doll Business" Next produced episode:
"Busy Bea: Rise of the Machines"
Previously aired episode:
"Brothers' Day"
Next aired episode:
"Milo's Magical Shake"