3-2-1 Penguins!: Songs From Cosmic Cafe (lost episode from NBC "Qubo" block; 2006)


3-2-1 Penguins: Songs from Cosmic Cafe
A screenshot from one of the songs on the show.
A screenshot from one of the songs on the show.
Status Lost

3-2-1 Penguins is a spin-off of VeggieTales created by Big Idea Productions in 2000. It tells the story of two kids who discover a toy spaceship and penguin figurines at their grandmother's house during summer vacation. When they are having a difficult situation, the kids are sent inside the ship and meet four penguins who travel through outer space and visit planets where other citizens are having the same problem as them.

In 2006, the series, along with VeggieTales and LarryBoy: The Cartoon Adventures was aired on the NBC block Qubo, and had new episodes created for it after it was became the #1 program on the block. While most of the episodes have been released to the public, one of them, "Songs from Cosmic Cafe", has not resurfaced since 2009, when it, along with LarryBoy and VeggieTales, was removed from the schedule of the NBC block. The episode was a compilation of songs from the home video releases with new framing segments that took place at the titular cafe. The songs included in the episode were Space Surfin' Superstar, Spaceship Drivin' Man and The Legend of Galaxy Gus.

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Gardener

6 months ago
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Man, looks like not too many people are looking for this. I better get to work
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Anonymous user #1

6 months ago
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You need to edit this because 3-2-1 Penguins was created in 2000, not 2001.
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Yoshi x-naut

6 months ago
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This is season 1 episode 7
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Yoshi x-naut

6 months ago
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According to TV Guide
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Anonymous user #2

6 months ago
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The songs are not lost only the episode, someone can recreate this episode 100%. This episode only has the songs in one sitting instead of the individual dvd/vhs releases.
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SimplyLostMedia

6 months ago
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Does this have anything to do with it? https://www....=iVtOVAoOV3Y
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Anonymous user #3

5 months ago
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No. That's Comedy of Errors.
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Anonymous user #4

5 months ago
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I could have sworn I've seen this before...I had a lot of vhs tapes from big idea and I remember having at least 2 involving 321. One, my parents recorded off of cube if I'm not mistaken and the other I purchased in a christian book store years ago...I'll have to see if I can find either of these.
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Anonymous user #5

5 months ago
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i have a copy of this
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Anonymous user #6

5 months ago
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Okay, then upload it??? Why go around saying you have it but not uploading it to youtube?
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Anonymous user #3

5 months ago
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Did you upload it yet?
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Anonymous user #8

3 months ago
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He obviously doesn't have it. Anonymous users saying they have lost media is common.
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Anonymous user #7

5 months ago
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Holy Shit I remember this show! I'll try to help find this one,I'll dig through all the dvds I find and try to find this show,man it's been so long since i've seen it!
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Mimitchi33

5 months ago
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Thank you, two anons!
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Anonymous user #8

3 months ago
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I'm pretty sure it's gonna be one of those things on Lost Media Wiki where an anon says they have a piece of lost media, but they don't. They just try to get attention. So don't get your hopes up.
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Anonymous user #9

2 months ago
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Dammit, and I had seen them too. If only I knew they'd be lost, i woulda recorded them
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Anonymous user #8

2 months ago
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Guys those two anons don't have it. They're just saying they have it so they can get attention. It's like the SpongeBob Re-Hydrated short, where an anonymous user said he had the short, but he didn't. So don't trust anons who say they have lost media.
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