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Throughout the Battle for Dream Island series, several sound effects and pieces of dialogue have been reused.

In some cases, it is unknown whether they originated from different sources or are original sound effects.

General character sounds

Scream

Throughout the series, several to numerous characters may scream when in panic, shock, or while running away. The first use of the yelling sound effect was in "Take the Plunge: Part 2", when Golf Ball was hit by Snowball, causing everyone to run away in alarm, except Flower, who simply walked away calmly, and Rocky, who was tossed away when everyone ran.

Gasp

A sound effect often used when the characters show shock. First used in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", when the Announcer states that an eliminated player from the 10 eliminated contestants might rejoin the game.

Cheering

Throughout the BFDI series, the characters would often reuse the same cheering sound effect to show joy or answer yes. Its first use was in "Puzzling Mysteries" when the Squashy Grapes had completed the puzzle and the door opens.

Mocking laughter

In BFDI and BFDIA, the contestants would sometimes laugh at and mock the team that lost. The sounds of their laughter were first used in "Lofty" and are reused in "A Leg Up in the Race", "Get Digging", and "Insectophobe's Nightmare 3".

Panicking

A sound effect mostly used by large crowds of recommended characters. First used in "A Leg Up in the Race", when some recommended characters are seen running around while burning. This sound would get reused in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", "Bowling, Now with Explosions!", and "Reveal Novum".

Switch

The line "Switch" which is chanted by the contestants as they have Pin move to W.O.A.H. Bunch is reused in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" when Four starts the intro.

FreeSmart's Cheer

First used in "Get in the Van" when the team is formed. It's later used in "It's a Monster" and "The Long-lost Yoyle City" (several times).

Weird noises

The sound effects heard from when Leafy, Ice Cube, and Coiny fly over numerous lake monsters in "Take the Plunge/Part 2" are played in "Barriers and Pitfalls" but in reverse. The noises are also reused in "Enter the Exit" when Dora, Bomby, Match, and Donut are arguing. Ice Cube's line "I'm scared" accompanies these noises every time they're used.

The sound is also included in a deleted scene in "Get in the Van".

iance blowing

iance's blowing in "Return of the Rocket Ship" is reused in "Don't Dig Straight Down".

A BFDI chant

In "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and "X Marks the Spot", the contestants use the same excited sounds whenever Four reveals the BFDI as a prize. The sound is also used in "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning", "SOS (Save Our Show)", and "Chapter Complete" (twice).

Slowly backing away

In "Get Digging", the walking sound used when the other contestants refuse to switch to W.O.A.H. Bunch and slowly back away is reused in "Get to the Top in 500 Steps" when Beep doesn't want Leafy on their team after she rejoined and in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" when Two asks Price Tag and Winner to make space for Nonexisty.

Aligning up

In "Fortunate Ben", the sound the teams make when they enter their planes is reused in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Two used their telekinesis to get everyone and the TPOT debuters up to the Hotel.

Characters

Balloony

Balloony's screaming in the stinger of "Take the Tower", when he's in BRB, is reused in "How Loe Can You Grow?" (twice),"A Taste of Space", "Let's Raid The Warehouse", "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", "Fashion For Your Face!", and "The Tweested Temple".

Bell

Bell's dinging sound from her BFDI audition is reused in "Today's Very Special Episode" and "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?".

Black Hole

The sound effect used for when Black Hole uses his abilities is first used in "Lick Your Way to Freedom", when he opens the jawbreakers, and later "Get to the Top in 500 Steps" (several times) and "Return of the Rocket Ship".

Blocky

Blocky's laugh in "Barriers and Pitfalls", from when Bubble was popping infinitely, is reused in "Today's Very Special Episode" (slowed), "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", and "What Do You Think of Roleplay?".

Bomby

Bomby's reused lines, prior to IDFB, are "OHNOFIREYYYYYOULITMAHFUUUUUUUSE!!!!", "OH NO!!!", and "OH MY GOSH!". In BFB, his reused line is "OMYGOSH, NAILY".

The sounds Coiny and Bomby make when trying to free Pin from the glue in "No More Snow!" are reused in "The Long-lost Yoyle City" when they try to free Yellow Face from glue.

Bomby first said "OMYGOSH, NAILY" in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and it was reused in "Enter the Exit". A shortened version of this phrase was reused in "Get to the Top in 500 Steps". However, as of "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", Bomby received new lines.

Book

Book's screaming from when she is shaken off the Eiffel Tower in "Zeeky Boogy Doog" is reused in "Four Goes Too Far" and "Don't Dig Straight Down".

Bubble

Bubble's line "Oh no! Oh no!" followed by her scream, from when she fell from a bridge in "Bridge Crossing", is reused in "Crybaby!". Only the scream is reused in "The Reveal", "Reveal Novum", "Rescission", "Gardening Hero", "Don't Pierce My Flesh" (numerous times), and "Hurtful!". The "Oh no! Oh no!" line is reused by itself in "A Leg Up in the Race" when Bubble is recovered and has to start over in the ladder contest. The latter "Oh no!" is reused in "Reveal Novum" when the scoreboard is only able to hold two digits.

Bubble's audio and animation when deciding to give immunity to Leafy in "Rescission" is reused in "Gardening Hero".

Bubble's line "Yoylecake!", along with the animation is first used in "Gardening Hero", followed by "The Glistening", "Don't Pierce My Flesh", "Hurtful!", "Return of the Hang Glider" (twice), and "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning".

A different clip of Bubble saying "Yoylecake!" was first used in "Rescission" and reused in "It's a Monster".

The sound of Bubble popping in Take the Plunge/Part 1 (first used in "The Last Balloon") has been reused in nearly every episode of BFDI, BFDIA, and BFB.

Cake

Cake's excited gasp when he's nudged by Loser is used in "Lick Your Way to Freedom" and "Today's Very Special Episode".

Cake's line "Whoa!" from "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset" is reused in "Four Goes Too Far".

Some of Cake's dialogue in "Four Goes Too Far" is reused in "Happy Birthday, Battle for BFDI!".

Clock

Clock's ticking sound effect in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and "Questions Answered" are the same. His ringing noises are also the same in both "Questions Answered" and "This Episode Is About Basketball".

Cloudy

Cloudy's angry line "Hey!" is used in "This Episode Is About Basketball" and "Enter the Exit" whenever one of his windows are broken.

Coiny

The sounds Coiny and Bomby make when trying to free Pin from the glue in "No More Snow!" are reused in "The Long-lost Yoyle City" when they try to free Yellow Face from glue.

David

David's lines, "Aww, seriously?" and "No!", have frequently been reused throughout the series.

David angrily saying "Aww, seriously?" while red is done in both "The Reveal" and "Reveal Novum".

Donut

Donut's "No!" and scream from "Get Digging" were reused in "Lick Your Way to Freedom". Only the scream is reused in "Four Goes Too Far".

In "Lick Your Way to Freedom" and "Fortunate Ben", Donut reminds the viewers to use brackets when voting.

In "Four Goes Too Far", "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", and "Questions Answered", Donut tells the viewers to vote for who they want to be eliminated.

Dora

In BFDI and BFDIA Dora speaks Spanish that has been sped up. However, in BFB, Dora doesn't speak sped up Spanish; rather, she speaks generic cartoon gibberish similar to Animalese.

Eggy

Eggy's reused line is "Wait, let's think about this". The line first appeared in "Getting Teardrop to Talk"; it was later recycled in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want".

Eraser

Eraser's eating sounds from "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" are reused in "Bridge Crossing".

Eraser's scream from when Blocky high-fived him too hard in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" is reused in "Sweet Tooth", "Lofty", "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", "Today's Very Special Episode", and "What Do You Think of Roleplay?" (twice).

The scream Eraser makes when he falls in the hole that Blocky high-fives him into is reused in "A Leg Up in the Race" after he is knocked off a ladder by a water balloon.

Eraser's line "...Which is?!", first spoken in "Puzzling Mysteries", is reused in "Cycle of Life", "Insectophobe's Nightmare" and "Don't Lose Your Marbles".

Eraser's "Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!" from "Power of Three" when the Announcer jokingly stated that he got eliminated with 9 votes, but when he is actually safe with 2, is reused in "Cycle of Life" after he asked what prize will the winners get and then the Announcer replied that he'll find out later.

Fanny

Fanny's line "Recover Bubble!" is used in "What Do You Think of Roleplay?" and "Return of the Rocket Ship".

Firey

Firey's line "Whoa" is used in both "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" and "Sweet Tooth" when he learns that he's safe.

Firey's scream in "Lofty", after the Announcer does a magic trick, is reused twice later in the same episode, "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", "Gardening Hero", "Don't Pierce My Flesh", "Hurtful!", and "Take the Tower". He does the same scream in reverse when Pencil shoots him with an emergency button in "Rescission", the first time Flower pushes him into the water in "Hurtful!", and when he falls off of Puffball in "The Long-lost Yoyle City". His reversed scream is also used in "Get Digging" when he burns Puffball but it's cut short.

Firey's death scream in "A Leg Up in the Race" is reused in "Don't Lose Your Marbles", "Rescission", "Gardening Hero", "Hurtful!" (twice), "Zeeky Boogy Doog", "Take the Tower", "The Game Has Changed", and "The Tweested Temple" (twice).

Firey's screaming in "Welcome Back" is reused in "Four Goes Too Far" and "The Tweested Temple" (twice).

The sound Firey makes when he throws a frisbee in "The Reveal" is reused in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and "This Episode Is About Basketball".

Firey's "Ow!" from "Barriers and Pitfalls" when Coiny stepped on him is reused in "Cycle of Life".

The mock Firey makes to Coiny after he fell on the hole Woody made in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" is reused in "Sweet Tooth".

Flower

Flower's angry groaning, followed by her scream when her Announcer Crusher explodes, is reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare" when she fails to rejoin.

Flower's "Uh oh! It's closing" line from "Bridge Crossing" is reused in "Reveal Novum", when the eliminated contestants were trying to push the TLC.

The scream Flower uses in "Hurtful!", from being punched by the rock wall, tripped and fallen down a cliff, and burnt by lava twice, is reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare 2", "Four Goes Too Far", and "The Hidden Contestant".

Flower's screaming from "Barriers and Pitfalls" when she was flying above the weird creatures is reused in "Don't Pierce My Flesh" when the volcano was erupting.

Four

Screechy is an ability that Four uses to stun contestants. The same sound effect has been reused every time Four has screeched, and the sound effect can be found here. Since "Today's Very Special Episode", Four's screech sound has been reversed and the end of the un-reversed sound is placed at the end of the reversed sound.

The same set of music always plays whenever Four recovers a contestant.

The way Four says Bleh's name for the first time in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" is reused in "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset" and the way he says Bleh's team name the second time, also from episode 1, is reused in "Lick Your Way to Freedom", "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", and "Today's Very Special Episode". The way Four says Bleh's name in "Get to the Top in 500 Steps" is reused in "What Do You Think of Roleplay?" and "Don't Dig Straight Down".

At the end of most of the BFB episodes, Four tells the viewers to vote for the contestants in square brackets.

Four's line "It's time" is used in "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset" and "Four Goes Too Far".

Four's singing line "Do do do", done first in "X Finds Out His Value", is used in both "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset" and "Enter the Exit".

Gelatin

Gelatin's line "There isn't enough room up here... That's better" is used in "Get Digging" and "Get in the Van".

Gelatin's scream in "Zeeky Boogy Doog", when he burns in Golf Ball's incinerator, is reused in "The Long-lost Yoyle City", "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", "Don't Dig Straight Down", "The Four is Lava", "Take the Tower", "A Taste of Space", "Fashion For Your Face!" (twice), and "Uprooting Everything". It's also used in the non-canon video "If Among Us Was a BFDI Challenge".

Gelatin's beatbox from "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning" made a return in "Chapter Complete".

Golf Ball

Golf Ball's screaming from "Take the Plunge/Part 2", when Snowball pushes her off a cliff, is reused in "Bridge Crossing", "Power of Three", "Insectophobe's Nightmare", "Crybaby!", and "Enter the Exit".

Grassy

The sound Grassy makes when he gets the twinkle in "Four Goes Too Far" is reused from when he said "respect" in "Lick Your Way to Freedom".

Ice Cube

Until "Get in the Van", Ice Cube had a limited amount of lines, and only used phrases such as "Yeah!", "Hey guys! Can I be part of your alliance?", "I want revenge!", "Thanks for picking me. Pencil wouldn't let me into her alliance", "Leafy, what's happened?", "Wow!", "Such a fast runner", "Whaaaaa?", "No!", and "She's got to join".

Many variations and parts of these lines are used to make new sentences for Ice Cube. An example being her saying "A lie?" in "Crybaby!" from only using the first two syllables of "alliance". As well as her saying "Pencil!" in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" which was cut out from one of her phrases.

Ice Cube's line "Uh, no" from "Take the Plunge/Part 1", has just the "Uh" reused in "The Four is Lava" when Taco talks about what she would even say to Book.

In BFB, her former voice actor was replaced by Satomi Hinatsu. However, her voice actor was once again replaced in "Lick Your Way to Freedom" by Kenzie Bryant, until returning back to Hinatsu in episode 13. In the latter episode, she mostly uses original lines, but does reuse some old lines. It is unknown how much she will recycle in the future.

Her scream, first used when she died in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?", has been reused a numerous amount of times, and is still reused to this day.

The sound effect used when Ice Cube nods no to Pin in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" is reused in "Lick Your Way to Freedom".

The "Yay" Ice Cube makes after joining Clock and Liy's truce is reused in "Lick Your Way to Freedom" when she is freed from a jawbreaker.

Leafy

The scream Leafy makes when she falls out of the obstacle course in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "Cycle of Life", "Crybaby!" (several times), "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", "Reveal Novum", "Rescission", "Gardening Hero", "Don't Pierce My Flesh" (numerous times), "Hurtful!", "Insectophobe's Nightmare 2", "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", "The Four is Lava", "Take the Tower", "A Taste of Space", "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", "Fashion For Your Face!", "The Game Has Changed", and "The Tweested Temple" (several times).

Leafy's line "Go, go, go" is used first in "Power of Three" when she paddles with Teardrop and is later reused in "Cycle of Life" when she sits on Ice Cube.

Leafy's line "Aha! Ice Cube, come on down! You can be my ally!", first used in "Take the Plunge/Part 2", was reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare".

The sounds Leafy makes as she dodges the nails being thrown at her in "Lofty" are reused in "Get Digging" as she dodges acid spitballs.

Leafy and Bubble saying "Hop" while jumping is done in both "Don't Pierce My Flesh" and "Hurtful!".

Leafy's line "Yeah" in Take the Plunge/Part 1 when she replied to Pin is reused in Uprooting Everything when she replied to Gelatin after he said that it would be weird that her voice sounded different.

Lollipop

Lollipop's laughter in "Questions Answered" is reused in "The Four is Lava".

Loser

Loser's babbling from when he's eliminated and inside the BRB in "Let's Raid The Warehouse" is reused in "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", "Fashion For Your Face!", and "The Tweested Temple".

Match

Match's line "Pencil, you're here. Now let's go, super fast", first used in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "Power of Three".

Pencil and Match's screaming in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "Power of Three" and "Getting Teardrop to Talk". Match can be heard doing her side of the screaming without Pencil in "Return of the Hang Glider" and "Four Goes Too Far".

Match's line "Oh no! This is, like, the end!", first spoken in "Reveal Novum", was reused in "The Glistening".

Needle

Needle had a limited set of dialogue until "Get in the Van", where she was given new lines. She mostly said her catchphrase, "Don't call me Needy!" and other phrases such as contestants' names, "But no.", "Aw, seriously?" "(TD, help me get (more ahead of)) Fire(y)", "I didn't mean to", and "Yeah".

In BFB, her former voice actor was replaced by Satomi Hinatsu. However, her voice actor was once again replaced in episode 2 by Kenzie Bryant. As of "This Episode Is About Basketball", her recycled lines have not yet been reused; it doesn't seem likely that they will.

Pen

Pen's line "It's got to be Blocky" is reused in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" and "Sweet Tooth".

Pen's scream from "Bridge Crossing", when he falls down the gorge, is reused in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None", when Pen and Firey failed to jump the second hurdle.

Pencil

Pencil's line "Yikes!" in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "The Long-lost Yoyle City", both of which are whenever the Fish Monster wraps its tongue around her.

Pencil and Match's screaming in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "Power of Three" and "Getting Teardrop to Talk".

Pencil's "Yay" from "Power of Three", in response to being the only one safe at zero votes, is reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare" when the Squishy Cherries place first in the contest.

Pencil's scream in "Vomitaco", when she falls out of the leaking barf bag is reused in "No More Snow!".

Pencil's screaming in "Welcome Back" is reused in "Lick Your Way to Freedom".

Pencil's line "You murdered her!", first used in "Cycle of Life", was reused in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None".

Pin

Pin's "Yah!" from "Take the Plunge/Part 1" is reused in "Sweet Tooth" and "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None".

Pin's line "Uh, no. I mean there's nothing mean I-" is reused a couple of times before she is eliminated.

Pin's line "What, that's crazy", first used in "Insectophobe's Nightmare", is reused in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None" (twice) and "Return of the Hang Glider".

Pin's line "You need a heroic leader like me!", first spoken in "Power of Three", was reused for her rejoining audition in "Cycle of Life".

Pin's scream from "Bridge Crossing" when she fell after the windstorm ended is reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare" when she failed to rejoin and got flung to the TLC.

Pin's line "I don't know" from "Take the Plunge/Part 2" when she doesn't know who to pick is reused in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None's" stinger.

Puffball

Puffball's reused line is "Um. Can you spin it for me, Book?". It is used in "Insectophobe's Nightmare 3" and "Get in the Van".

Rocky

Since Rocky is well-known for his running gag (barfing) that is used frequently throughout the series, his "Bulleh!" dialogue is usually there to accompany it.

The noise Rocky makes before he kicks Tennis Ball in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" is reused in "The Glistening" after he "jumps" in the contest.

The sound Rocky makes in "Get in the Van" to show that he promises not to switch is reused in "No More Snow!", "Don't Dig Straight Down", and "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?".

Ruby

Ruby's scream of happiness is used several times throughout "It's a Monster". Strangely, it's also used as a scream of fear when Golf Ball appears in the van.

Ruby's screaming in "A Taste of Space", when she's in the BRB, is reused in "Let's Raid The Warehouse", "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", "Fashion For Your Face!", and "The Tweested Temple".

Snowball

Snowball's big "NO!" is used in "Power of Three", "Cycle of Life", and "Lofty", though it is sped up in "Cycle of Life". It is later reused in "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?".

Snowball's "Out of my way!" is reused twice in "Power of Three".

Snowball's scream in "Power of Three", when his team is flung by a spring, is reused in "Crybaby!" (several times), "Lofty", "Don't Lose Your Marbles", and "Return of the Hang Glider".

The sound Snowball makes when he threw Golf Ball in "Bridge Crossing" is reused in "Lofty" when he and Eraser throw nails at Leafy.

Spongy

Spongy's line "Uh, oh" is used first when he falls off the balance beam in "Take the Plunge/Part 1" and "Take the Plunge/Part 2" when his team throws him overboard. The line would be used later in "The Four is Lava" when his private jet falls from the sky after being hit by one of his cannonballs.

Spongy naming his favorite hobbies can be heard at the ending of "Reveal Novum". This line would later get reused near the ending of "What Do You Think of Roleplay?".

Spongy's laugh in "Get in the Van", when Yellow Face tells him to join his team, is reused several times in "Don't Dig Straight Down".

Spongy's screaming/grunting audio was first heard in "No More Snow!", when he was impaled by spikes. A shortened variation of the audio was later reused in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" when Lightning zapped Spongy.

Spongy's screaming in the stinger of "How Loe Can You Grow?", when he's in BRB, is reused in "A Taste of Space", "Let's Raid The Warehouse", "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", "Fashion For Your Face!" and "The Tweested Temple".

Taco

Taco's chant after she escapes the jawbreaker in "Why Would You Do This On A Swingset" was trimmed into a soundbite and reused in "Four Goes Too Far" and "Don't Dig Straight Down".

Tennis Ball

Tennis Ball's "Woah, woooaaaahhh" from "Take the Plunge/Part 2" is reused in "Insectophobe's Nightmare" when Another Name slips on Rocky's vomit.

Tennis Ball's scream from when he couldn't stop rolling down a hill in "Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?" is reused in "Power of Three" and "The Long-lost Yoyle City".

Tennis Ball's scream from "The Reveal" when the Announcer threw him a knife for being safe is reused in "Reveal Novum", "The Glistening", "Return of the Hang Glider" and "Get to the Top in 500 Steps".

TV

In "The Reveal", TV plays the Cake at Stake song.

In "Return of the Rocket Ship", "Don't Dig Straight Down", and "The Escape from Four", TV uses clips from previous seasons in order to communicate.

Woody

The scream Woody makes after being kicked by Blocky in "Take the Plunge/Part 1" is reused in "Bridge Crossing", "Insectophobe's Nightmare", "The Reveal" (twice), "The Glistening", "Return of the Hang Glider", and "The Escape from Four".

During Cake at Stake, Woody typically panics and starts whining when the host says the name of the contestant he is in the bottom two with, fearing that he will be eliminated. In addition, he sighs in relief when it is announced that he is safe. These sound effects have been reused in the first few episodes of season one up until his elimination. The sounds have made a comeback in "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", when his team, Beep, was up for elimination and "The Tweested Temple" when he was in the bottom 2 with Firey. The sounds have also been used for non-Cake at Stake related reasons in the stinger of "Take the Tower", and "A Taste of Space".

The whiny noise Woody makes when sinking in bread in "Half a Loaf Is Better Than None" is reused in his rejoin audition in "Gardening Hero". The same sound is also used in reverse in his first rejoin audition in "Cycle of Life".

Woody's scream upon seeing Balloony deflated in "Getting Teardrop to Talk" (first used in "Barriers and Pitfalls") is also used in "Welcome Back", "Lick Your Way to Freedom" (twice), "Today's Very Special Episode", "Four Goes Too Far", "The Liar Ball You Don't Want" (deep volume), "What Do You Think of Roleplay?" (twice), "X Marks the Spot", "Take the Tower" (twice), and "How Loe Can You Grow?" (four times, the last scream is slowed down).

Yellow Face

Yellow Face's "Yay!" in "No More Snow!" in response to there being no snow is reused in "Getting Teardrop to Talk".

The way Yellow Face says "Yay!" in response to being unfrozen in "It's a Monster" is reused in "The Long-lost Yoyle City" when he is recovered by Needle.

Instances where different characters share the same audio

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Blocky's laugh from watching Bubble pop infinitely in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want" by multiple characters who aren't him.

The scream Leafy makes when she falls out of the obstacle course in "Barriers and Pitfalls" is reused in the same episode when the alliance falls from the ski lift. The same thing happens in "Power of Three" when the Alliance is flung from a spring. Bubble is presumably the one making the scream in both instances.

Blocky's scream when he got flung to the TLC in "Sweet Tooth" is reused by Pen when his small team got flung in "Power of Three" after being the first to finish the challenge.

In "Don't Pierce My Flesh", the Firey Speaker Box reuses one of Firey's screams when the Flower Speaker Box fires a laser at him.

In "Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know", Book reuses one of Firey's screams when she's set on fire by Pencil's breath.

In "Fortunate Ben", the "ugh" sound that Lollipop makes when Four grabs her "ear" is reused by Stapy in "Four Goes Too Far".

In "Welcome Back", Firey and Pencil use the same scream. The same happens in a few other episodes.

In "Fashion For Your Face!", Eraser's scream is reused by Blocky when Flower kicks him.

Other

In "Take the Plunge/Part 1", the "snatch" sound effect is reused in "Today's Very Special Episode", "The Four is Lava", "X Marks the Spot", "The Tweested Temple", B.F.B. = Back From Beginning, and debatably in "Getting Teardrop to Talk".

In "Take the Plunge/Part 2", the falling sound effect that plays when Eraser slowly falls on some nails are reused in "Take the Tower", as Flower lands after being pushed off her tower.

The "tada.wav" sound effect from Windows Vista-onward was first used twice in "Sweet Tooth", first during the "APRIL FOOLS!!!" screen and later when the Magical Die of Judgment is shown. It was reused three times in "Crybaby!" (normal and high-pitched when the Cake at Stake Place is remodeled, and distorted when Golf Ball cries her first tear). It was also used in "Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know" when TV is chosen to be the host, "Return of the Rocket Ship" when Firey Jr. gets 10,000 votes, and "Who Stole Donut's Diary?" when Four revealed Donut's Diary. In "Getting Teardrop to Talk" and "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", it was remixed for the Death P.A.C.T. and Death P.A.C.T. Again jingles.

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