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Daniel Cook joins magician Bill Abbott and learns how to perform some magic tricks. Daniel watches Bill perform before sharing a magic trick of his own.


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Daniel Cook joins a local musician for a lesson on how to play the drums. Daniel learns to mix different drum noises to create his own musical number.


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B.Max has a new play-job “ driving a truck! But, his truck breaks down and whose job is it to fix it? Also, Raggs decides his job is to read a book while the other clean-up.


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Razzles is upset when she finds out she hasn't grown as much as the others on the puppy growth chart. Plus, Pido excels at growing too many tomatoes, but can he grow anything else?


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Nora proclaims Timothy is "the greatest when he recaptures her pet lizard Norman, after its big escape. Timothy enjoys being the object of Nora's admiration until she starts relying too much on his help for every little thing. When Norman escapes again, Timothy desperately hopes that someone else will rescue the lizard and take over the title of "the greatest./The discovery of an interesting rock in the schoolyard causes a dispute between Fritz and Charles over who will assume its ownership. Timothy finds himself in a real dilemma after being asked to settle the squabble by deciding which friend should keep the rock. Timothy comes to realize that there are some problems you can't solve all by yourself.


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Yoko's mother is coming to Hilltop School to perform a Japanese Tea Ceremony for "In the Spotlight. Yoko happily accepts Nora's help with all the preparations for the big event. A clash of cultures develops when Nora tries to infuse the sacred rituals of a Japanese Tea Ceremony with the fun and games of a home-style tea party. /Fritz has learned a new magic trick and reveals the secret behind the illusion to his good friend Timothy. When Grace starts performing the trick for her classmates, Fritz is furious, presuming that Timothy blabbed! Timothy denies the accusation and a rift develops between the two boys that can only be mended if Grace comes forward and confesses how she learned the magic trick.


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Mickey finds a delicious bucket of fresh milk, but when a "great big beast tries to take it from him he sets out to rescue the milk. Megan and Chloe the Cow show Mickey that the "beast just wanted to share the milk. / Mickey comes across some garbage and determines to give the back yard a good cleaning, but does his job a little too well and cleans up everything “ including Megan's toys and tools. Megan and Gary the Garbage Pail show Mickey what does and doesn't belong in the garbage.


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Mickey sees something sticky dripping down a tree's trunk and thinks the tree might be sick. Megan and Mable the Maple Tree teach Mickey about sap and how it's used to make maple syrup. / Mickey was kept awake all night by a strange sound and sets out to investigate where it was coming from. Megan and Otis the Owl teach Mickey that some animals stay up all night and sleep all day.


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28. Bath Time: Jack's not so keen on Joe taking a bath so they devise an escape ploy by imagining themselves as sea captains on the run from pirates. A close encounter with a monster ˜sea serpent', not to mention the amount of dust and dirt they collect along the way, results in an adventure for Jack that he could never have thought up, even in his wildest dream: his very first bubble bath! 29. Gracie's Friends: When Fidelma remarks what good friends Joe and Jack are, it prompts a quest to find a best friend for Gracie. Following an intensive search throughout the garden (including next door in Lizzie's), every potential candidate falls short of being the perfect kind of friend. Little do Joe and Jack realise that the best kind of best friend for Gracie is to be found right under their noses. 30. Wishing Well: Much to Joe and Jack's delight and surprise, they find a magic wand in the garden and set about making the three wishes that will change their lives. When the first two wishes don'


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31. Big Job: When Joe and Jack overhear Mum and Dad talking about work, they are prompted to consider what they both want to be when they grow up. While Jack has difficulties imagining anything other than a bigger version of who he is right now, Joecan't decide on whether to become a gardener, chef or famous footballer. But when the roof of the shed is able to score more goals than either Joe or Jack, then it's time to think again¦! 32. Cat For All Seasons: When Joe and Jack notice the leaves falling from the trees, they conclude that the garden's sick and the garden doctor needs to come urgently! Mum gently suggests that summer is coming to an end and that they don't need to worry. This does nothing to calm the boys “ they want to keep it summer for as long as possible. Lizzie is obliged to show them that each season has its own merits. 33. Super Hero: Inspired by watching the antics of their favourite super-hero on a television, Joe and Jack set about proving (to Lizzie and Tallulah and


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Now You See It: Eddy and Marvin are working on a magic act and they've asked Stripes to be their disappearing tiger. At first he's happy to oblige, but when Eddy won't tell him how the trick works he becomes fearful and quits the act.


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Zach needs a 90 on his history test to get an A minus on his report card and just make the school honor roll. And it looks like he's done it...until he realizes his teacher added the points wrong and he only got an 87. If he tells, he'll lose the honor he wanted so badly to win. But Plato's stories help him realize there's a more important kind of honor at stake.


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When Annie volunteers to help a younger schoolmate with his math, she grows increasingly impatient with the boy and loses her temper. Annie regrets offering to tutor the boy, until she hears several stories from her friends at Plato's Peak about the virtue of patience.


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We'll investigate some downright amazing animal encounters. Some good. And some not so good. Plus, we'll meet some famous animals of Hollywood and a crime fighting alligator.


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We'll investigate why animals live in some of the crazy places that they do. We'll also discover how an animal's geography helps shape its evolution.


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When Professor Skinner's newest creation, Slitherbuddies cute, genetically modified little snakes hit the stores, everyone goes bonkers for them. So bonkers, that they ignore an emergency recall until their slitherbuddies molt and become giant and deadly genetically modified snakes. Then they can't get rid of them fast enough. Except for Abby, who just can't seem to let go of her deadly new pet!


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When a hairy epidemic hits, you know Frederick Follicle is back in town. But this time, he's not just controlling his own hair, he's controlling everyone else's!


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The SMC travels to the future to help save the world's first Time Machine Company but they find they may not even have time to save themselves!


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When puppies who have escaped from a local pet shop suddenly show up on the doorstep of the SMC headquarters, the kids help the overwhelmed pet shop owner regain control of his business, and in the process also help a disabled reporter discover the value of adding a dog to her life.


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When Von Bolt with his eyes, The Secret Lab Kids grow an assortment of fantastical eyeballs but when they accidentally get bounced all over town it means big trouble!/When Von Bolt accidentally destroys the museum's new moon rock, the Secret Lab Kids must find a way to replace it.


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When an old friend of Edison's visits the lab and asks the Secret Lab Kids to help him with an urgent, top-secret project, they have to follow him through a wormhole to get to his own secret lab./The Secret Lab kids race an impossible deadline toÊfinish a secret new aircraft for the mysterious, jovial character named "Bob".


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BROKEN RECORD A world record held in Friendly Falls since 1959 and immortalized in local sculpture, lore, and song falls to a foreign competitor. The town is engloomed. Hiram Friendly offers a prize to anyone who can break a world record, any record, for Friendly Falls. Newton and 101-plate-spinning, 65-raw-egg-eating Ned to the rescue! NEWTON'S DAY OUT Ned's in the Friendly Falls Museum of Dusty Old Things with his class, moping about the scavenger-hunt-type questionnaire he has to complete before he can leave. Stowaway Newton finds some ancient Zippo in a Grecian urn...then finds a way of making the museum fun with his own unique version of history.


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CAN'T SEE THE FOREST FOR THE TREE FORT Newton watches Bob Vila and decides Ned's tree fort could do with a little improving. Ned asks for, and eventually borrows an entire subdivision worth of wood from the construction side down the street. SAVING LUMMOX Doogle's parents wonder aloud how his dog Lummox got fleas. He just lies around, we have to get rid of 'em but Doogle only hears this last part and figures it's curtains for Lummox. Newton feels for a fellow pet and pulls out all the stops to prove the mutt's worth. He paints the house then puts the brush in Lummox's hand, plays a sonata then leans the dog on the piano, etc.


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A child from the Green Kingdom reveals himself to be an old enemy of the heroes, ready to wreak vengeance on everything and everybody!


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The Star Marathon is nearing the end when an incident draws Theo to the Temple of Nutrition where he receives surprising information about his mission in the Green Kingdom.


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Jacob learns a valuable lesson about overcoming his fears through an encounter with the infamous wrestler The Hooded Fang.


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It's his first day at a brand new school and Jacob wants to look cool so he borrows his brother Daniel's favourite skull T-shirt to wear.


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When Gofrette loses the treasure map his Granny Smith sent him two pirates get a hold of it and reach the treasure first. / Fudge and Ellie have a serious argument after Ellie spills hair dye on Fudge's new carpeting. Meanwhile, Gofrette is trying to put on a Welcome Home Party for Garbanzo and El Teatro Zanimo.


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It's annual Belly-Button Day again in Zanimo and everyone is psyched for all the belly button competitions! But when everyone's belly button lint goes missing the town is in an uproar!? / When Ellie goes to the beach for the day Greta becomes head hairstylist with Gofrette as her assistant, and the town's hairstyles take a crazy turn!


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Two city slickers decide they want to buy Villa Villekulla and try to sell Pippi's house, without her knowledge or consent.


TV-Y7 (30 MIN)

Pippi finds a hot air balloon in the attic and decides to try it out with Annika and Tommy.


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The blinding flashes of disintegration haunt Watson after he witnesses Holmes and Moriarty fall from their rooftop battle into New London's laser wave sanitation grid. Despite his devastation at losing his friend, crime doesn't stop and Lestrade brings Watson to the room of a young hotshot laser tag tournament star who has been frozen solid by a freeze ray. Why? Was it because the hotshot was cheating? Or, did an opponent merely want to take him out of the competition? While investigating, Watson discovers that Holmes is still alive and in disguise! Having discovered that the marksman who froze the laser tag star was the same person who was paid by Moriarty to interfere in the rooftop battle; Holmes observes unobserved. In a gripping showdown in the laser tag arena, Holmes confronts and unmasks the culprit. Unfortunately, Holmes is not the only clever one “ Moriarty is still alive, too, and still out there¦somewhere.


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After a break in at 10 Downing Street, it appears that the thief was only able to steal one of the African dolls from the Prime Minister's collection, and was not able to find the secret safe where Lord Devlin had hidden the top secret security plans. While Lestrade helps Greyson - who must interrupt his meeting with the famous recluse millionaire Lord Bork “ to retrieve the precious doll, Holmes and Watson conduct their own investigation. After all, Holmes believes that the safe was found, that the doll is just a decoy, and that Devlin himself is somehow involved. Holmes sets a trap to catch Devlin, discovering that Moriarty has been masquerading as Lord Bork! Though Moriarty gets away, the plans are recovered before and the doll is returned safely.


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The show revolves around the adventures of Denver, the last dinosaur - a Corythosaurus - who was released from his egg by a group of modern California teens: Jeremy, Mario, Shades, Wally, Casey and Heather. The kids taught Denver the finer points of skateboarding and other pastimes while protecting him from concert promoter Morton Fizzback who wanted to use the dinosaur to make money. 


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Denver follows Jeremy to his job at the supermarket, where he hides in the storeroom and stuffs himself full of potato chips. Meanwhile, Casey heads for the La Brea Tar Pits with Wally's dog, Rocky, to look for another dinosaur. Sitting on the remains of Denver's tar shell, she and Rocky drift back in time to a prehistoric jungle


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The Earth is literally in upheaval as GAIA, Mother Earth, gets Cronus and Zeus together for a little family reunion.


TV-Y7-FV (30 MIN)

ERIS, the Goddess of Strife and Discord, wants to impress her father Cronus.


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THE ARGUMENT - Oscar and Wilde are having a spat and George and Martha want to help them patch things up. But it looks as if their efforts on behalf of their alligator friends are going to send them into a tiff of their own. HAPPY PALMS' FINEST - When George wins the opportunity to become a real Happy Palms policeman for a day he learns that there's more to the job than eating donuts and handing out tickets.


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THE FLYING DONUT - George is convinced that space aliens have invaded his bedroom. When his outrageous story makes him the laughing stock of Happy Palms Martha comes to his rescue by providing the town with a close encounter of the funniest kind. MARTHA'S COUSIN - Martha's flamboyant cousin Mimi comes for a visit and tries to takes over every aspect of her life, including her relationship with George. Will Martha choose family loyalty over friendship?


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A young boy, Louis, is upset that his dog is missing, and his father, Fluff Daffy, a famous R'n'B singer, doesn't seem to care because he is more concerned about his big diamond, the White Bear, which has also gone missing. / Sally's father commissions the SBI to investigate a gang of kids who are making a racket at night and disturbing the neighborhood.


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Sally's and Doowee's mathematics teacher, Miss Smith, has been behaving strangely “ day-dreaming in class, getting the students' marks confused and giving them detentions when they complain. / While practicing for a go-kart race at the school, Mika, the race favourite, loses control of his kart and crashes. Sally believes it might be sabotage!


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The Kirrin kids are pleased to find themselves on "Avalon Island, a medieval-themed weekend getaway spot where guests live in the style of Camelot, enacting the roles of knights and ladies, learning to swordfight and joust, and participating in the "mystery of who poisoned Dark Prince Roland, cousin of the King.


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For some reason, someone is stealing all the milk cows in the Falcongate area, including Cleopatra, a cherished pet who belongs to George. Determined to recover the bovine pet, the Kirrins begin investigating, suspecting that the thefts are being perpetrated by Wally Caldwell, a retired rugby star who has started in ice-cream manufacturing business in the area.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Shakira is surprised to learn how primitive inventions became the cornerstones of her hip, modern world.


TV-G (30 MIN)

In a fashion show sure to rival that of any runway model, Sam and Jen take Shakira on a tour of some of history's most outlandish fads and trends.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

In this episode, a dog walks himself on the yo-yo, a groundhog screams for ice cream, a dog walks the tightrope on a clothesline, a monkey decides to take up photography, as pets act like humans and humans act like idiots.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

This episode features a man dancing with a rooster, a dog going crazy for bubbles, a parrot who sings in the shower, a canine catching balls like crazy, and many more simians, canines, and felines in the midst of an identity crisis.


TV-Y (30 MIN)

Daniel Cook learns how to shred old pieces of newspaper and mix it into pulp to create a new piece of paper. Daniel puts his creativity to the test by adding different colors of pulp to his new paper creation.