Ring! Bwaah! is the 15th episode of the first season of Rabbids Invasion. It aired on Nickelodeon on September 21 alongside Fast Food Rabbid and Rabbids Against the Machine.


The Rabbids play with a stranded smartphone.


The episode starts off with a bunch of people talking on their cellphones. Rabbid #1 comes in and talks on his pretend phone. This attracts more Rabbids to do the same thing (including a female Rabbid). The Rabbids disturb Ashton Lincoln at the park causing her to hit the Rabbids with her purse. She leaves without her phone, but the phone is still on. The Rabbids talk to the caller, who angrily yells "WHO IS THIS???...WHO IS THIS?!?!" and hangs up. Rabbid #2 snatches the phone and looks at photos of Ashton and her friend. All the Rabbids see a picture of Ashton's friend licking a popsicle, which makes some of the Rabbids hungry. One of them bites the phone and gets it stuck between his teeth. He calls one of the Rabbids, but he doesn't know what to do, which makes him very upset and angry. The female laughs at this. Rabbid #3 says "Look behind you" in rabbid language and slaps the back of his head. The phone flies into the air and starts playing music every time it hits something The Rabbids then start dancing to it until Rabbid #2 starts playing a video game on the phone. He accidentally puts it in the Female Rabbid's mouth. While she is getting it out, the phone takes pictures of her insides. Then they see other pictures like flowers, but they get distracted when they see a ball and play soccer. The phone once again ends up in Rabbid #2's mouth, only this time it goes completely inside him. The caller calls again. After that, the Rabbids call the police. The voice on the phone says to stay on hold and starts to play music. The Rabbids then start to walk slowly while the music plays and stop while the phone repeats what it said. With that, the episode ends.


Damien Laquet - Rabbids



  • This is the first episode to have the word Bwaah in the title, and the third to not have "Rabbid" in it.
  • The way the Rabbid guards the goal while they are playing soccer is a reference to the original Rayman Raving Rabbids, where the big gray Rabbid guards the goal the same way.
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