"Truck Stop Polly" is the first segment of the third episode of the second season of Amphibia, and the forty-fourth episode overall.
Feeling unappreciated, Polly hatches a plan to make the family pay attention to her.
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- Brenda Song as Anne Boonchuy
- Justin Felbinger as Sprig Plantar
- Bill Farmer as Hop Pop Plantar
- Amanda Leighton as Polly Plantar
- Fred Tatasciore as Soggy Joe
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- It is revealed Polly's middle name is Petunia.
- The map Sprig and Anne use outside the wagon is smaller than the one Polly looked at inside the wagon.
Revelations and Continuity
- The book "Fergus Frog Finds A Friend" has a message on the first page saying "For Sprig, ♡ mom".
- At the beginning of the episode, Polly sits at the window of the family wagon, like she does during the season 2 credits.
- The Plantars still call their family wagon a "fwagon".
- Anne calls it a "fwagon" too, even though she dislikes doing so in "Handy Anne".
- Everyone except Polly (cause she started it) gets electrocuted just like back in "Taking Charge".
- War and Peace - One of the books is named "Wart and Peace", after the 1869 historical novel.
- The Great Gatsby - Another book is named "The Great Gnatsby", after the 1925 tragedy novel.
- Fergus Finds A Friend - The book Polly wants to read is named "Fergus Frog Finds a Friend", after the 2010 children book, but its story is based on crime drama.
- Middle Eastern Mythology - The roc is a fantastic gargantuan bird found in Arabian and Persian myths. The roc became popularized in Western culture after the the arrival of One Thousand and One Arabian Nights, specifically the Voyages of Sinbad. According to lore, a roc is big enough to cover the sky and its eggs were the size of hills, unlike the regular sized eggs seen in the series.
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