|Season 4, Episode 24|
|Air Date||May 28, 2016|
|Written by||Julie McNally-Cahill|
|Supervising director||Joel Dickie|
|Directed by||Steven Garcia|
|LPS: The Moosical||Littlest Pet Street - Part 1|
Seeing Red is the twenty-fourth episode of the fourth season of Littlest Pet Shop and the one hundred and second episode overall.
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The episode starts off with Blythe typing up a short story draft for a contest at her school. She is typing a love letter from her father to her mother from when they were her age for her short story competition. The pets become emotional after hearing the love letter. After reading a part from her short story, Penny Ling starts to cry because of how sweet it was. Penny proceeds to cry in the dumbwaiter while Blythe, Zoe, Pepper, and Minka try to cheer her up.
In the dumbwaiter, Penny Ling tells Zoe, Pepper, and Minka she vows to not cry for the rest of the day. They do not believe her. They reach the day camp. Pepper opens the elevator to Vinnie telling her that Sunil wrote a poem about her broken squirting flower. Penny Ling suddenly bursts into tears again and Vinnie is soaked.
Blythe walks into the day camp, and Mrs. Twombly asks her to take a visitor to the day camp. Blythe brings the pet to the day camp, and introduces her as Scarletta Redd, a red panda. She tells Scarletta about the resident panda, Penny Ling, and then proceeds to the dumbwaiter because she has to finish her short story. Before closing the dumbwaiter door, she reminds the pets to make Scarletta feel right at home.
- Ashleigh Ball - Blythe Baxter
- Sam Vincent - Russell Ferguson
- Tabitha St. Germain - Pepper Clark
- Kyle Rideout - Vinnie Terrio
- Kira Tozer - Minka Mark
- Nicole Oliver - Zoe Trent and Scarletta Redd
- Peter New - Sunil Nevla
- Jocelyne Loewen - Penny Ling
- Kathleen Barr - Mrs. Twombly
- Michael Kopsa - Roger Baxter, Bat, and Speakeasy Eyes
- Shannon Chan-Kent - Youngmee Song
- Main article: Seeing Red/Transcript