|Release Date:||Friday, May 21, 2010|
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Volume 1, Episode 6: Talk about embarrassing! Lagoona draws a dreamy picture of her underwater crush, then loses her notebook. Will she find it before he does?
Lagoona is head over heels for her fellow student Gil. During Clawculus, Lagoona spends all her time dreamily staring at him, apparently without him noticing. At fifteen minutes of staring, Frankie, Draculaura, and Clawdeen decide to intervene. Clawdeen throws her pen at Lagoona, but misses and hits Gil. Looking over, Gil notices Lagoona. He brings up how hard Clawculus is and that he intends to study at the library later. Lagoona fails to understand the invitation and mumbles some stuff about not having a brain. Confused, Gil focusses on class again.
Frankie incredulously points out to Lagoona that all she does is ogling and failing to make a move when the chance is presented. Lagoona counters that Gil could not possibly be ever interested in even talking to her, to which Clawdeen replies that he just did. Shocked but happy, Lagoona looks at her Clawculus book in which she drew a romantic image of herself and Gil, and loses herself in a daydream about the two of them swimming into a heart-shaped cave and preparing to kiss.
Just then, the bell rings, and Lagoona is pulled from her daydream only to find her Clawculus book gone. She rushes outside the classroom, looking around frantically, but soon enough realizes it's gone. Embarrassed at the thought of someone else seeing the drawing, Lagoona's mood takes a dive. However, Gil suddenly appears behind her with her book and hands it over to her. As he walks away, Lagoona opens it on the page with the drawing to find an invite for 3:00 at the fountain. Giddily, she bites her lip.
- The title appears to be a play on the 1908 romance novel The Blue Lagoon. It features two children who are marooned on an island in the South Pacific, grow up together, and eventually fall in love. The novel inspired three movies.
- This webisode kicks off Lagoona and Gil's relationship.