Trivia / PB&J Otter

  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: The series was never released officially on DVD or even on VHS. Once the series was removed from Playhouse Disney, this trope was pretty much the only option for those who had enjoyed the series but missed episodes, or who later discovered the series. Then Disney Junior, the network that replaced Playhouse Disney, began airing daily repeats (mornings on weekdays, 11:30 P.M. on weekends) of the program on September 4, 2012. However, those getting non-U.S. feeds of the channel may not be as lucky.
  • Screwed by the Network: The series was this up until Disney launched Disney Junior and finally gave in to the cries of the fans.
    • Disney has a rule that screws over any show it likes. It's called the 65-episode rule, 65 being the absolute minimum number of episode produced before it can be officially syndicated. After 65 episodes, the show's very unlikely to be renewed by Disney, although there are exceptions. Needless to say, PB&J Otter happened to be one of said rule's victims.
      • The reasoning supposedly behind the 65 episode rule in the first place is the nowadays somewhat obscure idea of 65 being the minimum needed for syndication. Though, of course, what's the point of that if they just take the show off the air once they're done with it and don't ever release it on DVD?
    • And then, Disney is trying to screw it over again - by first pre-empting it for reruns of Jake And The Neverland Pirates, then rescheduling it for the 2:30 AM Sunday death slot. Never mind that it has never returned in the first place for those getting the various non-U.S. feeds of Disney Junior.
    • Officially re-screwed as of Summer 2014.
  • Talking to Himself: Both Pinch and her brother Scootch are voiced by Cody Pennes.