|"A Warrior and a Lurdo"|
"A Warrior and a Lurdo" is the twenty-fifth episode of the Star Wars: Ewoks animated television series, and the twelfth episode in season two. Written by Michael Dubil and directed by Raymond Jafelice, the episode originally aired on ABC on October 25, 1986.
Wicket decides to get Chief Chirpa's attention by training a warrior himself. He makes a bet with Latara that he can do it in one day. Latara chooses Teebo. During training, Wicket and Teebo get into many misadventures including meeting a giant water creature called a Blog. A family of tiny Tambles claims the Blog has created a dam and dried up their river. They ask Teebo to help, but his attempts at defeating the Blog with his new found warrior training is unsuccessful. It is not until he uses his magic that the dam is broken and the blog is swept away. Since Teebo ends up using magic, and not his 'warrior training', Latara declares Wicket lost the bet and he must babysit her younger brother and sister for twenty days. Kneesaa and Teebo find this most amusing.
- Rick Cimino as Chirpa
- James Cranna as Teebo
- Denny Delk as Wicket Wystri Warrick
- Don McManus as Paploo
- Sue Murphy as Latara
- Jeanne Reynolds as Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka
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Behind the scenesEdit
In Ewokese, 'lurdo' means 'loser'.
A coloring blooper occurs early in the episode: Paploo makes a brief appearance with the other warriors, but in later shot, he is recolored, appearing to be a completely different Ewok.