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Stella's negative opinion of worms is challenged when she spends a day with one of the Worminis. / Pickle's mysterious behavior is finally explained when he reveals he's too ashamed to wear the glasses he needs.


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When Hector, the ice cream vendor, mistakenly believes that a new and unusual plant tried to bite him, Todd and his friends defend the misunderstood plant. / When Todd and his friends find a lost baby Platypus, Pedro, they help him find his mother who just happens to be a kangaroo.


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Fishtronaut, Marina, and Zeek investigate a series of unusual events in the Park. They discover that Doctor Green had gone to the city and left Billy and Mac in charge of a few tasks. The boys, however, forgot about their responsibilities. With everyone's help, they're able to get the Park back in order! Fishtronaut, Zeek, and Marina are enjoying some of the Park's fresh fruit when one of Marina's teeth fall out. She looks everywhere for the tooth, wanting to put it under her pillow later for the Tooth Fairy, while Zeek wonders if there's such a thing as a Tooth Monkey-Fairy. A POP arrives at that very moment, bringing them a cane and an old-fashioned nutcracker. Zeek carries on the search for the tooth, while Fishtronaut and Marina consult Happy Plumb about the clues. On this investigation, they learn about the different natural cycles in animals and humans.


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Mac and Billy decide to make Smiling Trees Park more extreme by getting it ready for some big time bike races. To get their track ready, they make some "small changes here and there. They never dreamed that those small adjustments could cause so many problems!!! With Fishtronaut, Marina, and Zeek's help, they split up the tasks and get everything back to normal. Zeek has gotten a big head. After playing an awesome game of basketball, he becomes competitive and full of himself, thinking he's better than everyone else at everything. But when he plays basketball with a team, his individualistic behavior almost costs them the game. POP's clues help everyone understand that teamwork is of the absolute importance.


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10. The Trophy: When Dad wins a trophy for creating an amazing new ice-cream flavour, Joe and Jack decide that they too need to get really, really good at something so that they can win a trophy. Jack has an interesting notion of how to win that involves cheating, so when it's pointed out to him that what he's doing is wrong, he has to make amends. 11. Parent Flap: Finding a baby bird in the garden prompts Joe, Jack, Lizzie and Tallulah to become its parents and teach the fledgling how to fly. After various attempts, poor little Flapalot hasn't budged an inch. There's obviously quite a bit more to showing birds how to fly than you might think! 12. Missing Socks: Joe and Jack set out to find the partners of the socks that went astray after Mum's hung out the washing. Sleuthing work is never simple, especially when everyone in the house is under suspicion. With magnifying glass in hand, the budding detectives decide to follow the path of the missing socks until they are all found! But some o


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13. Head Space: Joe and Jack decide to build a space ship in their living room. And when they carry out their mission controls, Dad inadvertently adds sound effects that convince the lads that they've really taking off for outer space. The idea that they really are in outer space is only reinforced when they come across some Aliens (actually Mum and Nana wearing face masks) but even Dad's not convinced that they're not aliens! 14. Crocodile Wall: When Joe and Jack discover that one table leg is shorter than the others, they decide to look for the monster that must have bitten it away. Jack's extensive knowledge of wildlife ˜reveals' that the offending furniture-eater must be a crocodile, so there's nothing for it but for the lads to take off on a quest for the wrongdoer who seems to be a few steps ahead of them. Perhaps Dad can be persuaded to help them, after all he's just pottering around in the garden after all. 15. Fairy Flowers Nana tells Joe and Jack that Bluebells are also calle


TV-G (30 MIN)

After Timothy and his bike ‘Red Thunder’ win best all around bikemanship in the Bicycle Fun and Safety day at Hilltop, Timothy begins to believe he is a much more advanced cyclist than he is and feels he can do tricks that bigger kids can. However, when he tries to jump a ramp at the Frank’s place and fails miserably, he realizes that perhaps he isn’t as grown up or advanced as he originally anticipated./It’s puzzle day at Hilltop School, and there’s a special surprise in store if the kids find all the pieces of a big puzzle, and put it all together - before lunchtime. At first the kids try to work individually, and not much gets accomplished. When Timothy realizes that time is running out, he suggests they all work together to finish the puzzle in time. Their team efforts prove fruitful and they discover that the finished puzzle is a picture of a big picnic lunch - just like the real one Mrs. Jenkins has laid out for the kids as the surprise.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Doris is in her element after a big snowfall and offers to be Lilly’s snow-buddy since Lilly has never experienced winter before. When Doris wanders off to take part in a toboggan race, Lilly is left on her own to venture through the snow by herself. While trying to find Doris, she meets all of her other classmates, who show her fun and exciting things to do in the winter wonderland. When the two girls finally reconnect, Doris reveals how terribly guilty she feels about leaving Lilly on snow day, but Lilly doesn’t mind - she has practically become a snow day veteran on her own. /Doris is in her element after a big snowfall and offers to be Lilly’s snow-buddy since Lilly has never experienced winter before. When Doris wanders off to take part in a toboggan race, Lilly is left on her own to venture through the snow by herself. While trying to find Doris, she meets all of her other classmates, who show her fun and exciting things to do in the winter wonderland. When the two girls finally reconnect, Doris reveals


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Rupert and Ottoline find a merry-go-round that has been abandoned on the common and restore it to it's former grandeur. After The Sage of Um accidentally brings the wooden characters to life, the kids find they must rescue the enchanted carousel from the evil Thogmort who wants it for his own financial gain.


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Rupert enlists the help of his pal Odmedod the scarecrow to rescue his new friend Ticktock the Clock Cuckoo from the clutches of a greedy bird collector.


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When a questionable newspaper becomes an overnight success in Montreal, Jacob and Buford try to set the record straight.


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Obsessed with solving the real-life mystery in his Malty McGuffin book, Jacob and his friends encounter library ninjas and I.M. Greedyguts as they try to find the secret treasure.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Gofrette, Fudge and Ellie take a trip to the beach and get plenty of sun and have lots of fun until they're swooped away by the tide during a game of water volleyball. Meanwhile, Merton Maroni is out and about taking silly candid photos for the front page of the local newspaper. / To make Fudge's surprise party a complete success everyone stays away from him as much as possible until the party is all ready. Unfortunately, Fudge becomes upset that no one wants to be around him and goes off fishing on his own.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

A day hunting dinosaur bones gets a lot more exciting when the dinosaur the trio builds isn't nearly as scary as Ellie getting a set of dinosaur teeth stuck in her beak and inadvertently terrorizing the town. / Moocher shows up at Fudge's in a very sad mood. He's collected too much junk and doesn't know what to do with it all. Gofrette, Fudge and Ellie try to help him but it's not until Gofrette gets an idea to build a robot that Moocher starts to have fun and things really take off.


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It's Xmas Eve and Pearlie welcomes the new Xmas Fairy Jingle to the park to look after the gorgeous tree. /Jasper longs to be just a little bigger, but when he messes with some fairy magic he gets more than he bargained for and ends up person- sized!


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The park is abuzz when fashion experts The Fashionistas come to stay at the spa. /Pearlie is determined to organize an absolutely perfect wedding for Sugar and Brush Possum.


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Runway Pecola: Little Chu and Pecola incorrectly suspect that they are being ignored by everyone in Cube Town, so they decide to keep to themselves from now on.


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The Town Crier: Mr. Saruyama takes on the responsibility of writing the stories for Cube Town’s first newspaper, the Town Crier, and spends the day interviewing local residents so he can create some articles.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Marvin's Surprise: Overhearing innocent talk of cake and gifts and surprises, Marvin mistakenly assumes his friends are throwing him a surprise party for the anniversary of his joining the carnival.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Visit to Grandma's: Eddy tells a story that leaves his friends with the wrong idea that his Grandmother is a stern and imposing figure.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

It's school photo day and Jacob wakes up with the nastiest cowlick you've ever seen.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Jacob's memory tricks land him on the school's "Scholars for Dollars team as the geography expert.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When Smithy's pig bites the Prince, the King decides that Pig must be tethered. Things only get worse when the King sells Pig to the merchant.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Jane is entrusted to guard a beautiful portrait of the Queen before the grand unveiling gala but must leave the art unattended when she is forced to check up on Dragon.


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

A sudden electrical storm throws a town into mayhem as the lightning knocks out power and phone lines, causes fires to erupt as well as explosions on volatile power plants.


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

After Wendy has a close call and gets injured during a train wreck rescue, she obliges the wishes of her father, Warren Waters, to recuperate on the Space Command Center (aka "The Hexagon)so that they can spend some time together.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Someone is sticking posters around the school and the Principal is going to put everyone on detention if the culprit doesn't own up. But no-one confesses so it's up to SBI to find out who is doing it. / Kate, an exchange student from another country, is staying with Doowee's family. When her laptop, phone, wallet and pencil case are stolen, she asks the SBI to find them for her “ especially her pencil case!


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Pop star, Dizzy Mulligan has won a coveted music award “ The Crystal Guitar “ and wants to donate it to his old school, Little Bombay Junior High. But on the morning of the ceremony, the award goes missing from the Principal's office! The SBI is called in to investigate, but Sally and Doowee are mystified. / Sally and Doowee come across an old scrap of paper that seems to indicate the whereabouts of treasure on an island. However, the clues are cryptic and Sally and Doowee strike several dead ends.


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

When Ty personally stops the latest of Lance Boil's evil plans, the ex-grossologist villain decides to deal with Ty once and for all. After miniaturizing himself and tricking Ty into drinking him, Lance races through Ty's veins headed for his cerebral cortex. His plan turn Ty into a drooling vegetable! Luckily, Abby's not afraid to dive in after Lance too bad Ty refuses to sit still and let her work, he's got a school battlebot competition to win!


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

When Abby defuses a mysterious device Lance Boil planted in the middle of town, she gets bathed in a green ray that instantly starts her aging at 6000 times the normal rate! Now, she and Ty have to track down Lance, reverse the process, and stop him from unleashing the ray on the entire city turning everyone into octogenarians! Worse, they have to do it before Abby ages her way into diapers again!


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Pippi sends a request to her father, Captain Longstocking, on a remote island in the South Pacific, for some unusual flower seeds so she may enter the town's annual flower show.


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"TK and Bloom are determined to ingratiate themselves to Aunt Mathilda, and Pippi has the task of finding charitable activities for the reformed crooks."


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When New London is caught in the grip of a massive crime wave, Holmes uses his eyes and intellect to deduce that the heat of the criminal activity lies in the city's long abandoned underground. With the guidance of the street-wise Baker Street Irregulars, Holmes, Watson and Lestrade plunge into the shadowy depths to foil the plot, but lose Watson when their wild escape ends with a train crash into the Thames. Only then does Holmes realize that the robot is becoming a true friend.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

On the moon, in the domed Galileo City, an old legend appears to be true when three children go missing and eerie howling can be heard echoing throughout the resort. But Sherlock Holmes suspects there is an all too human reason behind this supernatural phenomenon. His sleuthing quickly dispatches the mythical beast for what it is: trickery created by Moriarty to vacate the moon of its tourists so that its powerful defense and life support systems would be his from which to rule the earth. Though Moriarty escapes, Holmes and Lestrade cleverly foil the evil plot and save the day, the moon, and the earth!


TV-G (30 MIN)

To help Wally in his predicament with Johnny Price, a practical joker who continually torments him, Denver uses his magic tar eggshell and shows Wally a time in his own life when he was tormented by the Pteranodon. Denver shows Wally how he later became friends with the Pteranodon, and Wally is able to become friends with Johnny Price.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Decked out in caveman attire, Denver and the kids form a rock group (B.C. Rock) to compete in the city-wide talent contest. Freddy Facknitts also forms a group called Roborock (rock 'n' roll robots). But Morton Fizzback and Dr. Furst steal the robot band right before the contest, and the kids must go after them.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

When a huge tree falls on George's house, the family is relieved by the timely appearance of handyman Ed Gumptybum, who sets about repairing the damage. But the kids, suspicious of the tree's demise, investigate and discover it was caused by Ed, who is really Edgar Stick, a nemesis of George from her Famous Five days.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

The Five investigate a recent rash of burglaries in the Falcongate area “ lightning quick robberies executed while homeowners are away. They discover that the robberies are being perpetrated by the town's new veterinarian, Dr. Prudelock, who is affixing micro-cameras to the collars of area pets, and using the animals as "inside men to case the homes of their owners.


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

Who let the dogs out? CERBERUS did!


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

The demigod PAN is throwing a party, but he wants to bust more than a few moves.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Shakira learns the importance of a fair legal system after getting a first-hand look at some of history's most outlandish punishment practices.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Sam and Jen show Shakira how smoke signals and carrier pigeons led the way for today's text messaging.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

This episode features an ambitious dog trying to claw his way up a slide, a llama who thinks he's a fireman, a train of ferrets, and a man teaching his dog to be an asset in the workplace just for you, courtesy of the Funniest Pets and People.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

This episode is all about the rigorous off-screen training that these actors undergo, all for the sake of comedy. A horse tries shaking a tree to get apples, a boy teaches his father to rollerblade, a bird takes a refreshing siesta after a hard workout, a man exercises his balance on top of a barrel and many more Pets and People working for you.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Carmen's theft of Top Secret Russian research has the world in a panic. Zack and Ivy soon discover why- this research concerns time travel and Carmen used it to build her own time machine. The detectives, using Acme's time travel invention (the Chronoskimmer), chase her through colonial Boston where they discover Paul Revere didn't make his famous midnight ride. Zack and Ivy realize whatever Carmen stole prevented him from doing so and is changing present history. When Carmen steals Ben Frankin's key and prevents him from conducting his experiment with electricity, all modern technology fades away and strands the detectives in colonial Pennsylvania.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

After recovering Ben's key, Zack and Ivy travel back to Boston and discover Carmen stole Paul Revere's horseshoe. They fail to recover it then and chase Carmen to England and prevent her from stealing the uncracked Liberty Bell. They manage to recover the horseshoe, but Carmen reminds them she can simply travel back through time and steal it again. Zack and Ivy follow her to Paul Revere's barn, but she gets away. Then the detectives return the horseshoe and history returns to normal. In the present day, Zack sets the Chronskimmer down for a moment and it disappears...


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Carmen steals objects that have to do with literature such as Mark Twain's writing desk, Charles Dickens's inkwell, and a jungle ruin like the one that appears in the Jungle Book. They follow Carmen's clues to a remote hideaway in the Swiss Alps where they think Carmen was writing her memoirs. However, she was actually sending the detectives on a wild goose chase while Sara Bellum had tapped into Acme's files and stolen them all.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Carmen dresses in a pirate costume similar to the one worn by a woman pirate named Mary Reed. She sets out to steal a high-tech Russian sub. Zack, Ivy and two other detectives, Jamaican detective Jasmine and Chinese detective Lee, set out to stop Carmen's heist


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Todd and his friends learn to appreciate a new friend who's from a different place. / Sophie invents a bathtub on wheels for Todd but becomes upset when no one listens to her ideas on how to build it.