I think Littlest Pot Shop would do best in Colorado, not Little Italy, if you know what I mean.
The shop has almost no business except for people who confuse LPS for similarly-named businesses. Blythe recruits her friends to create a commercial for the shop to drum up some new customers. The pets discuss what commercials do, so now the kids at home know why there’s all those ads for Gak and Christian homeschooling during show breaks.
Her friends help her make the episode, with Jasper directing. He becomes very pushy and upsets everyone at the shop. He uses a computer program to make the pets look like they’re talking, with awfully dubbed voices, all supplied by jasper.
Mrs. Twombly was supposed to be in the commercial, but Jasper took her out because he thought she wasn’t so cool. She’s hurt, but more worried about why Jasper is acting so rude. He was so worried about looking uncool that he acted like a jerk.
By using the software again, he gives the pets their “right” voices, but they’re voicing the wrong ones (Zoe voices Russel and vice versa). How in the world he got the pets speaking written lines we’ll never know. The commercial is a success (get it).
The episode talks a lot about how commercials are a necessary evil and how things can be edited to bend the truth, though I’m not sure how much those products the Hub panders do kids would like this.