|Everyone Knows It's Bendy|
|Episode name pun on: The song "Windy" by The Association, which repeats the line, "Everyone knows it's Windy".|
|Airdate:||February 4, 2005|
|Animation director(s):||Randy Myers|
"Where There's a Wilt, There's a Way"
"Sight for Sore Eyes"
A boy (Gregory)'s parents explain that Bendy is misbehaving, however Frankie and Mr. Herriman accuse Bloo, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco framed for Bendy's wrongdoings. First, Bendy breaks a vase, eats chips while leaving the crumbs on the floor, touches a cake, gets Wilt's shoes all muddy and walks on the floor with them, and writes on the wall with a marker. Bendy also "cries" whenever he almost gets caught. Bloo comes up with his master plan. He has Bendy flood up the house. Unfortunately, he reveals it and gets the blame. Mac shows up in the end asking what Bloo did and he answers "Bendy did it!". During the credits, Wilt is seen walking down a hallway, and stops when he sees Bendy with a red marker who wrote “WILT CLEAN THIS UP! BENDY”, which then Bendy runs off, as Wilt hangs his head in shame.
- This is one of the most hated episodes in the series, due to Bendy's overall character, both Mr. Herriman and Frankie being out of character and Bendy getting off scot-free at the end of the episode while getting no consequences for his actions.
- This episode was originally planned to be a full twenty-two minute episode, but ended up being cut down to eleven minutes and aired alongside Where There's a Wilt, There's a Way. As a result, major plot points were left out, leaving the transition sequences to be very flat and explaining why a lot of the episodes problems were brought to light.
- Gregory and his parents first came in Adoptcalypse Now seen in cameo only their backs.
- There is a subtle hint that Gregory may have used Bendy to hide his own mistakes.
- If this theory is correct, then Gregory was responsible for Bendy being an evil person, because for frameing unfairly to Bendy from his actions and by his cowardly to admit his mistakes, he accidentally teachs Bendy that he could frame others for actions that they don't commited, and even maybe the reason to Bendy to pick on Bloo and his friends was for harbor a deep resentment for the injustice that he suffered because Gregory and Bendy did it to make himself feel better, this is most hinted by Gregory making a regretted/guilty looking expression as his parents explains all of the things that Bendy did back at their home.
- This is the second time where Mac only appears at the very end of this episode, the first was, Phone Home, this later happens again in Better off Ed
- This is one of few episodes where Mr. Herriman refers Bloo by his nickname as opposed to the usual 'Master Blooregard'.
- Madame Foster is absent in this episode, although she made a cameo appearance in a picture at the start of the episode.