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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 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.
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 and Jimmy Jones gain the courage to try something new; Auntie Margot sends Monty the perfect gift; Monty learns from his mistakes.
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.
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.
The Kazoops invite Cousin Flora on the perfect poolside vacation. However, things quickly start to go wrong.
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.
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 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 creates a masterpiece from broken parts; Jeanie learns that it's okay to lose; Stan and Violet encourage Monty to think differently.
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.
January 27, 2017
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 enjoys a topsy-turvy day; Gran makes pea soup; Monty is inspired by a food festival.
Monty finds a solution to a big problem; Monty thinks Jeanie's pet bug is boring; Monty enters a painting contest.
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.
September 2, 2016
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.
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 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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