|Lulu on the Loose|
|Season Three, Episode 312b (CA)|
|Air date||Oct/18/2007 (CA), Nov/28/2010 (US)|
|Written by||Morgan Barnes|
|Directed by||Alex Savin|
It Came from Hollywood (CA)
Betty and the Beast (CA)
"Lulu on the Loose" is a Season 3 episode of Atomic Betty.
Noah’s dad is on a mission to prove aliens are behind the crop circles behind Betty’s Granny’s farm. In fact, he’s right: it’s Granny’s alien pet, Lulu, who’s been eating the crops in perfect circlers. Lulu looks like nothing more than a harmless goat, but when she’s hit with direct sunlight she turns into a slathering alien beast. When Noah's Dad invites the press to the farm as a publicity stunt for his new book, Lulu inadvertently gets loose. Betty has to keep Lulu a secret from the press and Noah’s dad.
Noah's father has attracted a media circus over the appearance of crop circles on her farm, citing it as proof aliens living in Moose Jaw. Meanwhile, Beatrixo is showing her alien pet, Lulu, to Betty and her crew (including Noah). Lulu is an alien creature similar to a goat in appearance who Beatrixo had saved some time in the past, and had been living on Earth since; Lulu's walking pattern as she eats creates the crop circles. Beatrixo warns everyone that Lulu cannot be exposed to direct sunlight, as it makes her "cranky" and change her appearance into a larger green monster. After a number of encounters where Noah's father nearly discovers Lulu in her green form, only to have her revert back into goat form by the time he is able to round up the media, Betty solicits the help of Admiral DeGill; he tells her that the only way to bring Lulu under control is if they find Lulu's mother. Borrowing the Century Warbler, Betty manages to find Lulu's mother using X-5's holographic camera, and the mother is brought back to Earth. As Noah's father makes another attempt at convincing the media that aliens exist, the reunited family are taken back home on the Century Warbler, as Noah's father is foiled once again; Betty having convinced the media that the crop circles are mere publicity stunts for her new band, the "Green Aliens From Outer Space".
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