The Birthday Party is an episode. It is featured on the DVD "Little Bill: The Birthday Party Little Bill Birthday Song


Little Bill goes to his cousin Fuschia's birthday party pleased that his present is most likely the best gift. When he gets to the party, he tells his friend Andrew that he bought Fuschia the "Gooey-Bot," and is embarrassed to learn that Andrew got her one too. Little Bill tells Brenda he wants to go home because he doesn't want to be teased for buying the same present that someone else did since Fuschia will probably open Andrew's gift first. When it comes time for Fuschia to open her presents, she loves both dolls and tells Little Bill it's okay that she has two Gooey-Bots because the one Andrew gave her has orange goo inside and the one Little Bill gave her has pink goo, so to her it's like two different dolls that can play together.


Andrew was the main antagonist in this episode.


Fuschia's gifts seem to move around a lot. When Little Bill comes over to Fuschia after she's opened the two Gooey Bots to ask if she likes her presents, she's holding Andrew's orange bot in her right hand and Little Bill's pink bot in her left. But after Little Bill asks if it's okay that she got two dolls and the camera cuts back to her, the dolls have switched places. When her mother comes out with the birthday cake, the dolls are back in their original positions, but when she goes to blow out the candles on the cake, all of her birthday presents have disappeared completely from the yard. Uncle Al must clean up very fast. In addition, she never even opened up the two gifts Little Bill was playing around with at the beginning of the party trying to guess what was inside them.


Instead of the traditional song, "Happy Birthday To You," the family sings an original birthday song, written by Bill Cosby, to Fuschia.