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That's Sal, Folks! is the 19th episode of Season 1 of Cloudy: the series.


In trying to keep Sam from moving away, Flint accidentally animates the town's sardine statue, and it begins spilling the townspeople's secrets.


The episode starts with a grainy documentary about Sal the Sardine. The statue was a gift from rival island Halibut Hills. It made from solid "sardinium" and acts as both mascot and lighthouse for the island. Sam gets a phone call and Flint eavesdrops on her, hearing that she's leaving that afternoon. Flint mistakes his dad's advice and assumes the way to keep her from moving is to immobilize her using his Statue-izer.

Outside the dentist, Flint tells Sam she doesn't have to go anywhere and turns her into a statue. After a not-so-fun day hanging out with statue-ized Sam, Flint intercepts a phone call and realizes Sam was leaving for a dentist appointment, not leaving town. Flint de-statue-izes Sam, and the two fight over the Statue-izer before accidentally blasting Sal.

Sal reveals that his watch over Swallow Falls over the years has made him privvy to several secrets, including Flint and Sam's. Before Flint can turn him back into a statue, Sal says it's his birthday because it's the first day he's ever been alive. Sal wanders into town to meet all his "friends," but reveals their secrets, including that Baby Brent's catchphrase is stolen and the mayor was elected illegally.

Sam devises a plan to lure Sal back out to his island with a birthday cake and sparklers. After he's turned back into a statue, Flint and Sam share cake and tell each other their secrets: Sam's glasses aren't prescription and Flint uses lady's mousse.


  • Sal matches the appearance of the sardine statue in The Art and Making of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs as part of the Swallow Falls map.
  • Error: Sam says her glasses aren't prescription, which directly contradicts her blurry vision in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
  • Continuity: Sam's Peanut allergy was mentioned when Sal says Flint rescues her.
  • The closing line of the episode and its title are a play on "That's all, folks!" which is the closing line of every Looney Tunes cartoon episode.