|"The Mystic Isles: A Hero for the Hoodwinks"|
| Season 4, episode |
|Airdate:||February 16, 2018|
|Director:|| Jamie Mitchell|
Mircea Kyle Mantta (co-director)
Clover admires Sofia's heroism so much that when Hoodwinks Hidey and Humbelle come to the EverRealm to ask Sofia for help with a Wee Sprite problem, Clover lies that he himself is a Protector. But he doesn't think it through and ends up making the problem no better than it already was.
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- Whatnaught (no lines)
- Halt (only appearance)
- Buzzer (only appearance)
- Babble (only appearance; redeemed)
- Blaze (only appearance; redeemed)
- Brick (only appearance; redeemed)
- Badger-Birds (only appearance; no lines)
- Baker (only appearance)
- Biscuit (only appearance; no lines)
- Unicorn (only appearance; no lines)
- Wombeast (only appearance; no lines)
- Grump (no lines)
- Brody (mentioned only)
- Benngee (mentioned only)
- Button (mentioned only)
- Mystic Isles
- Amulet of Avalor
- Palm zapper
- Reward of Valor (only appearance)
Connections to previous events
- The Hoodwinks came to Sofia for help after meeting her in "The Mystic Isles: A Very Mystic Wassailia".
- Clover mistakes the Hoodwinks for Wassailia ornaments as the Rompkins did in "The Mystic Isles: A Very Mystic Wassailia".
- In the Hoodwinks' song about Clover, he rescues a wombeast, with one having last been seen in "Great Aunt-Venture".
- Harumph wears his tuxedo jacket from "The Mystic Isles: A Very Mystic Wassailia".
- Sofia and Clover met Brody, Benngee, and Button, as well as Sofia earning the ability to shrink, in "The Littlest Princess".
- This is the first time Sofia has been a been a Protector-in-training around Clover, Mia, Robin, and Whatnaught. Although, Clover already had some knowledge of this in "The Mystic Isles: The Great Pretender".
- This is the first episode to have Chrysta in a much smaller role than she usually has.
- The song has lots of real-world references:
- The Clover superhero signal is a parody of Batman's Bat-signal.
- Clover's superhero costume is a parody of Superman.
- In the parody of a girl's bedroom, Clover is on a poster with real writing that says "Clover Hero Poster" back-to-front (as real-world writing can't be used in the show to be fair with non-English audiences).
- Another poster has Clover as Charlie Chaplin.
- None known.