|For a full plot of "Lily Pad Thai", click here.|
|For a full transcript of "Lily Pad Thai", click here.|
- Brenda Song as Anne Boonchuy
- Justin Felbinger as Sprig Plantar
- Bill Farmer as Hop Pop Plantar
- Amanda Leighton as Polly Plantar
- John DiMaggio as Stumpy
- Kevin McDonald as Albus Duckweed
- James Patrick Stuart as Wally Ribbiton
- Laila Berzins as Sadie Croaker
- Laila Berzins
- Same Reigel
- John DiMaggio
- Bill Farmer
- James Patrick Stuart
- Eden Reigel
Most of the Amphibians have no lines in the episode.
Title in other languages
|Spanish (Latin America)||De-Lirio Tailandés||De-Lily Thai||"De-Lirio" is a pun on "delirio" (delirium) and "lirio" (lily).|
|Dutch||Van het pad thai||Off The Toad Thai||"Van het pad" (lit. "off the road") is a Dutch wordplay for being a fool, and pad is the Dutch translation for toad. May also be a pun on "pad thai", a Thai dish, like in English.)|
|Vietnamese||Cứu Tiệm Ăn||Save the restaurant|
- Anne says "ผัดซีอิ๊ว you later!" which means "Will stir you with soy sauce later!", but in Thai dub, she says "นึ่งมะนาวดาวดิ้นซะ!" which means "Get suffered from being steamed with lemon!"
- Brand of the fish sauce shown in the episode is called "Aroy Aroy" which means "delicious" in Thai.
- This is the second time Anne and the Plantars try to make Pizza.
- The first time was in Hop Luck.
- This episode was aired in Southeast Asia along with Plantar's Last Stand on October 23, 2019, which is a holiday in Thailand, Chulalongkorn Day.
- The words "jerk", "dang", and "one foot in the grave" was cut during the Southeast Asia broadcast.
- The part where the squid grab Duckweed throat was cut during Southeast Asia broadcast.
Revelations and Continuity
- Anne's parents own a Thai restaurant on Earth known as Thai Go.
- Hop Pop says the phrase "Dang It!" for the third time. ("Contagi-Anne")
- Mr. Duckweed’s first named is revealed to be Albus.
- Domino makes a brief appearance when Anne shows her parents Thai restaurant.
- The title is a play on words between "Lily Pad", a plant often associated with frogs, and "Pad Thai", a common Thai dish.
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