|The Tell-Tale Candy Wrapper|
|Season 2, Episode 2b|
|Air date||May 2, 1999|
|Directed by||Jeff Buckland|
The Tell-Tale Candy Wrapper is the second story from the 2nd episode of Season 2 and the 30th story overall of PB&J Otter. In this story, Flick secretly devours all of PB&J's favorite candy and leaves nothing but a big candy jar full of wrappers. He then makes a hasty exit, hoping to avoid getting caught. This ultimately causes the Otters --Peanut, Jelly, and Baby Butter-- to be punished (and put in time out). Opal reveals to Flick that Peanut, Jelly, and Baby Butter were in time out because they had one rule and broke it. The rule (revealed and said by Opal) was that the otter kids could have one piece of candy, but they ate the entire candy jar. However, Flick's "conscience" (represented as a little green candy wrapper) begins to bring him unbearable guilt for his crime.
- Whammy Clammy (notably not used in the credits)
- This episode is a parody of Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell Tale Heart".
- Opal: (to Flick) No Flick. They knew the rule about candy and they broke it.