Bye Bye Wuzzleburg is a Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! episode from season two.

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After winning the competition from the previous episode, Wuzzleburg Idol, Wubbzy is supposed to go to Wuzzlewood with the Wubb Girlz on the Wubb Jet. However, when he hears that Wuzzlewood does not have the things he likes, Wubbzy gets scared and runs away. Wubbzy's friends run after him while Jann Starl reports on what Wubbzy is doing.


After Wubbzy wins the Wuzzleburg Idol contest, there's a big send-off at the airport as the Wubb Girlz and Wubbzy prepare to leave for Wuzzlewood in the WubbJet. The Girlz tell him about all the cool things in Wuzzlewood - the movie stars, the tall buildings, the fast-paced lifestyle! Unfortunately, everything they say to get Wubbzy stoked only makes him worried and a little scared. He decides he's not going and runs away to hide from everybody. Widget, Daizy, and Walden are in hot pursuit, so Wubbzy tries more and more elaborate hiding places. Finally, he hides in a construction site. And every time Wubbzy escapes one hiding place after another, Jann Starl interviews a random person about how they felt. Unfortunately, he gets scooped up by a construction crane, lifted way up in the air, and then dumped into a cement mixer, which then pours Wubbzy and the quick drying cement into a hole in the sidewalk. He's stuck, and a steamroller is inching towards him. Luckily, his friends rush in to save him. Wubbzy confesses that he is going to miss all the things he loves about his home - especially his friends. Well, if that's the problem, they'll just go with him! Widget converts the Wubbmobile into a Wubb Traveler motor home, and they're off for Wuzzlewood!


Bye Bye Wuzzleburg/Transcript

Name in other languages

  • Spanish (Spain): Adiós, Wuzzleburgo
  • Arabic: حفل التوديع
  • Portuguese (Portugal): Adeus Wuzzleburg


  • Wuzzleburg Music Hall Radio City Music Hall.
  • This is one of the three Wubb Idol episodes that has no post show skits. The others being are Wubb Girlz Rule & Wubbzy's Big Makeover.

Cultural references

  • The games in the arcade are similar to Breakout, Pac-Man, and Dance Dance Revolution.
    • The Dance Dance Revolution-inspired game (which Jann Starl is playing) makes a reappearance in What a Card