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Preschool series to inspire critical thinking centers on a boy and his pet pig as they explore their world and challenge everyday preconceptions about life through the power of imagination.
May 5, 2017
Violet plans a surprise for Stan; Monty pretends to be a pig; Gran attempts to convince Monty and Jeanie that good things come to those who wait.
Monty and Jimmy Jones shadow Violet on a special delivery; Shy Cousin Flora doesn't seem to being enjoying herself; Monty finds himself with more questions than answers.
Monty learns the importance of repetition; Stan and Violet attempt to make bath night more exciting; Monty and Jimmy Jones distances themselves from one another.
Monty adds a twist to an old story; While packing for a camping trip, the family learns the value of 'less is more'; Monty has second thoughts about sharing.
Monty imagines that Jimmy Jones is in charge; Jeanie's science fair project is destroyed on accident; Monty's friend Barnaby thinks that the Kazoops are strange.
Monty and Jimmy Jones gain the courage to try something new; Auntie Margot sends Monty the perfect gift; Monty learns from his mistakes.
Violet dreams that she had an extra set of hands; Monty learns the art of doing nothing; When Violet's wheels break, teamwork saves the day.
Music puts the family in various moods; Gran encourages Monty to keep his most cherished toy; Monty is inspired by clouds to think big.
Jimmy Jones gets the blues; The adults disagree on the best way to build a pingpong table; Monty finds the perfect hiding place.
The Kazoops invite Cousin Flora on the perfect poolside vacation. However, things quickly start to go wrong.
Stan is upset when he gets a splinter; A broken boiler brings the family closer; Monty loses keys and must retrace his steps to find them.
Monty creates a masterpiece from broken parts; Jeanie learns that it's okay to lose; Stan and Violet encourage Monty to think differently.
January 27, 2017
The family try to decide on a flavor of ice cream; Monty learns that Stan gets scared; the house becomes too crowded.
Monty is happy and sad at the same time; Jimmy Jones falls asleep while at the park; the family eat at an amusing diner.
Monty dreams about being famous; Monty tries to whistle; Monty feels left out at home.
Monty enjoys a topsy-turvy day; Gran makes pea soup; Monty is inspired by a food festival.
Monty gets Jeanie to leave her computer and go outside; Gran brings home some strange-looking fruit; Monty doesn't want to leave the playground when it's time to go.
Stan gets sick; Monty keeps forgetting things; Stan learns to dance.
Monty finds a solution to a big problem; Monty thinks Jeanie's pet bug is boring; Monty enters a painting contest.
September 2, 2016
Jimmy Jones and Monty stay up late; Monty and Jimmy Jones make believe they are superheroes; Monty uses his imagination to fill in his playhouse.
Monty cares for the class pet; the family plans a trip to the beach; Monty searches for a speedy dinosaur.
Stan and Monty play soccer; Stan prepares for the family's picture day; Monty learns about flowers.
Monty looks for a reason to celebrate; Jimmy Jones wants to play music with the family; Jimmy and Monty learn the value of mending old objects.
Jeanie looks to nature for inspiration; Monty plays games while cleaning; Stan shrinks everyone's clothing.
Jimmy Jones is afraid of monsters; Monty learns how to accept losing; Stan loses his glove.
Monty and Jimmy Jones find rainy day activities; Monty gets a new bike; Gran helps Monty paint a picture of Jimmy Jones.
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