Bob Mills as

Episodes 101

When Molly catches a cold while skiing, Loonette decides to knit her some new mittens. But when the yarn becomes a tangled mess, Loonette abandons the task and retreats to Granny Garbanzo's garden. Granny tells a story of how she had to practice knitting as a child. This gives Loonette the confidence to keep on trying.

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Loonette gives Molly a special heart balloon, but after a short amount of play, the balloon flies away. At Granny Garbanzo's garden, Loonette, Granny, and Major Bedhead have fun playing circus with a single rope. At the end of the circus routine, the heart balloon returns to Loonette, which brightens Molly's day.

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When Molly flops over on her back, Loonette criticizes her for being lazy. But Loonette gets into a floppy mood, first by imitating a toy, and then by reading a story about a Poppy growing all by herself.

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Loonette and Molly make-believe they are fishing on a boat, complete with lifejackets. With so much inactivity out on the pretend lake, Molly has to learn patience.

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Scrub-a-Dub

1x8

There's a big mess over at the couch. Unbeknownst to her, Loonette has brought an entire roll of toilet paper from her shoe to the couch. The pile-up is enormous. But that's not nearly as colossal as the big package Auntie Macassar sent. Beneath all the packing material are a few tiny cleaning items. With that search ended, Loonette and Major Bedhead, along with Granny Garbanzo, go into a routine called ""Slam-Dunk Your Junk.""

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It's time for a few stop-and-go games, plus a pretend ride in Loonette's pretend car.

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Gesundheit

1x10

Loonette starts out with a bad case of nosus kaboomis, a monster sneeze. She decides to vacuum the room, prompting Molly to retrieve the dust bunnies trapped in the vacuum cleaner. Outside, Loonette's monster sneeze helps Major Bedhead get his head out of a tuba. She then flies a kite and reads from the storybook to discover the power of wind.

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Ping Pong Polka

1x11

An energetic Loonette promises to read Molly a story, but she gets too distracted with all the bouncy things in the couch (and a few that don't bounce). When a ping pong ball bounces away, Loonette follows it outside, where Major Bedhead delivers a box of ping-pong balls.

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Funny Faces

1x12

Loonette shows her feelings with her face and compliments Molly's good looks. When they see that Granny Garbanzo has received a movie from her relatives, they watch and discover good feelings abroad.

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Snug as a Bug

1x13

Loonette gives Molly a nature lesson/puppet show, demonstrating how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly. At Granny Garbanzo's garden, Loonette learns the right way to handle pesky insects.

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Babs in Toyland

2x1

Auntie Macassar sends Loonette a doll named Babs. Immediately, Loonette lavishes attention on her (""She's so cute!""), leaving Molly feel left out. It takes a while, but Loonette expresses her friendship to Molly with the song ""The Best Friend I've Ever Had.""

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Loonette helps Molly to count, in part with a pretend ride in a pretend plane. Trouble is, Molly becomes dizzy. Loonette is in need of a cure, and Auntie Macassar's postcard may recommend one.

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Wobbly

2x3

Nothing seems to go right for Loonette. There is nothing in the couch, except for a duck that she thinks is broken. Is it just one of those days? Maybe she needs a comforting word from a guest clown named Wobbly.

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Jump Start

2x4

Loonette is in a jumping mood. She and Molly jump over to the garden at the start of a rainstorm. They soon discover Major Bedhead is scared of lightning. In an effort to cheer him up, Loonette tells a story about an elephant and a giant bean.

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Loonette becomes greedy when she discovers all the coins she has in her piggy bank. She is especially overcome by her ""lucky loonie."" When she takes this loonie outside, Snicklefritz and then Major Bedhead frown on her greedy ways. She then realizes that friends are worth more than money.

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Loonette wants to stage a Jumbo Juggling Jamboree, but when she realizes she can't juggle, she gets overcome with ""the jitters.""

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Hoopla

2x7

After searching for her ball, Loonette goes over to Granny Garbanzo's garden to help make cabbage rolls. A hoop, sent from Auntie Macassar, comes with the song ""Go With The Flow,"" about trying things out.

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Loonette is in a growly mood from waking up on the wrong side of the couch (i.e., behind the couch). It takes a great deal of effort and brains for her to lose that grumpy feeling.

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I Feel Good

2x9

Loonette and Molly want to know more about their bodies. They learn that feeling good and looking good can often compliment each other. At Granny Garbanzo's garden, Loonette and Granny help Major Bedhead get rid of his spare tire–which he wore in case his unicycle went flat.

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Boomerang

2x10

Loonette is full of tricks today. She fools Molly with a boomerang during a game of ""catch."" Outside, she plays a trick on Major Bedhead. But Granny Garbanzo will not let herself be fooled.

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Rude-I-Culous

2x11

First Molly and then Loonette have what they think is a riot with rude faces and noises. It takes a musical lecture from Granny to tell Loonette that there is a time and a place to be rude.

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Make It Snappy

2x12

Loonette is in haste. Neither Molly nor Major Bedhead cares to do anything except at a slow pace. Will Auntie Macassar's gift change things?

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Feast of Fools

2x13

It's time for the annual Feast of Fools dinner party. Granny tells Loonette that the feast reminds clowns of the days when there wasn't much food to go around. When there is plenty of food, it's cause for a celebration–which is precisely what Auntie Macassar brings to the feast, in song.

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Loonette has to teach Molly that there are certain times when the word ""no"" is used. Snicklefritz learns this the hard way after his wild ways cause Major Bedhead to hurt his knee. Near the end of the program, Loonette reads an extended version of Mary Had a Little Lamb.

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It's About Time

3x2

Granny Garbanzo is holding a sleepover in her garden. Before Loonette can go over, she has to fix an alarm clock and give Molly a time-out. It turns out Granny has to give Snicklefritz a time-out of his own. But everyone shares in the sleepover, including Auntie Macassar, who brings an inflatable cot.

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Molly wants to get Loonette's attention by playing a rock music cassette at an ear-splitting level. Loonette tries to tell her to wait her turn. But the tables turn on Loonette when she cuts off what Major Bedhead wants to say.

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Why?

3x4

Molly keeps asking ""Why?"" (thought bubble with a question mark), leaving Loonette a tense little clown. Yet both discover that this tensing and relaxing is good for them.

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After teaching Molly about echoes, Loonette decides to copy everyone. This spills out into Granny Garbanzo's garden. When Granny objects to Loonette's mocking, she dresses up to mock Loonette!

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Loonette stars to call Molly ""Clumsy Clown"" because she doesn't do well at Pick-Up Sticks. When Loonette ventures outside, she and Major Bedhead make up nicknames for everything in the garden. Both think it's funny, but then Loonette gets a lesson from Auntie Macassar about unkind works. Back at the couch, Loonette decides to cheer Molly up by playing the role of a clumsy ballerina.

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Horsing Around

3x7

It's National Horseplay Day, an uproarious good time for every clown–but not for Snicklefritz. Who can get him to start laughing?

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Loonette gets an interesting perspective of her couch and Granny Garbanzo's garden. When Major Bedhead crawls along, he helps Loonette tame Snicklefritz, who is intent on playing leapclown. Auntie Macassar's succession of picture postcards show Loonette how to view the various parts of the world from various unusual directions.

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Pants on Fire

3x9

Loonette tells a few fibs to Molly and then Major Bedhead. Neither believe Loonette because she is squirming like a worm–a dead giveaway, for sure.

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All Fall Down

3x10

Loonette and Molly have fun with falling down safely. The unforgotten rule is: Don't keep your hands in your pockerts.

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Loonette feels the need to travel. She and Molly set their zigzag compass to go to Clowntown, but Granny Garbanzo and Major Bedhead keep them at bay. While both Loonette and Molly are too young to go to Clowntown by themselves, they can travel in their imagination. It sets up a costume piece with Granny as the Tour Guide and Major Bedhead as the Captain on their Boat of Imagination.

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Hiccups

3x12

First Loonette, then Molly, can't get rid of their hiccups. They set out to Granny Garbanzo's garden, where everyone suggests crazy cures–even Auntie Macassar, who drops in for a ladies' tea.

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Full of Life

3x13

What happens when Loonette decides to take everything out of the couch? She learns about empty and full the hard way. And in Granny Garbanzo's garden, after befriending a caterpillar, Loonette understands the expression ""full of life.""

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Backwards!

4x1

It's National Backwards Day, and every clown is performing something backward. In the process, Loonette learns how someone can accurately scracth an itch on one's back.

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Picky Eaters

4x2

Molly refuses to eat her food, so it's up to Loonette to make Molly eat her food.

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Forty Winks

4x3

It's nap time for Molly, but she doesn't want to take a nap. Can Loonette find a way to get Molly to snooze, or will everyone fall asleep on her?

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Swing-a-Ling

4x4

Loonette is in a swinging mood, practicing her golf, her tennis, and her baseball. She takes Molly to a swing at Granny Garbanzo's garden, where a couple of close calls prompt Major Bedhead to tell a story on playing safely.

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Loonette is upset that her name isn't in a book of names. So she decides to change her name to Sarsaparilla, and also to change the look of the couch and herself. It proves absolutely unfabulous to Major Bedhead and to Granny Garbanzo, who has tried to spruce up her cart. Before long, both Granny and Loonette decide, ""Out with the new and in with the old.""

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Loonette and Molly have fun making up rhymes and pictures. After a bath, Loonette reads a rhyming tale about a sheep who got stuck while climbing a mountain.

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Loonette is in a grabby mood en route to a treasure hunt inside the couch. Molly finds a gem in the couch, and Loonette takes it from her. Moly gets really sad and Loonette can't figure out why. Later she finds out. She lets Molly have the gem and tells a story about how manner matter.

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Loonette wants Molly to know that it's important to try new things. Molly sees for herself when she climbs a stair. And Loonette sees for herself when she ventures into Granny Garbanzo's cellar for a jar of jelly.

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Enough Already!

4x9

Loonette is intent on moving the couch to show Molly that they have no dust bunnies, but the couch is too big and heavy to move by herself. She tries to get help from Granny Garbanzo, but she has to rush off to Clowntown for a medicine to help an ailing Snicklefritz.

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It's Molly's mirthday, and Loonette wants to give her a companion. Before she succeeds, Loonette tells Molly the story of how they met. But that raises a dilemma: Where do clowns come from? Loonette rushes out to the garden, where Granny Garbanzo tells all.

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Loonette wants to teach Molly about school, but she doesn't know much about it herself. Granny Garbanzo and Major Bedhead provide some insight.

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Hit Parade

4x12

Not much is soft and cozy today. Molly hits a pillow viciously to try and soften it, but she gets carried away. A session of tae-clown-doe doesn't help, so Loonette must tell her in song to use words, not swinging hands, to express her feelings. They then have to teach Snicklefritz the same lesson.

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Comfy and Joy

4x13

It's the Longest Night of the Year, a big holiday in Clowntown, and that means Loonette and Molly get to stay up all night with the others. Everyone exchanges gifts at Granny Garbanzo's cart, learns to appreciate the entire year, and sees heart-felt thanks.

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Bad Hair Day

5x1

Molly wakes up with tangles in her hair, but she won't let Loonette comb them out. Rather than face the music, Molly ties a rain hat tight to her head. Loonette has to ask for help, but Granny Garbanzo is too wrapped up with Snicklefritz's stubbornness. The biggest surprise of all occurs when Major Bedhead arrives with shaggy hair down to his hips. When everyone tells him how that long hair could cause problems, Granny proceeds to cut his hair.

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Clownvitations

5x2

Loonette feels left out when Snicklefritz establishes a club house that excludes females. Granny convinces her to start a new club of their own, called The Cookie Club. This naturally draws Snicklefritz's and Major Bedhead's attention. When they are invited, Loonette gives Granny an invitation to perform at the Dance Academy.

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Nothing to Do

5x3

Loonette finds everything in the couch to be boring. This foul mood seems to spill into her entire day, until Auntie Macassar sends a ""Boredom-Buster Box"" with instructions. It works: with a few common items, Loonette, Granny Garbanzo, and Major Bedhead set their imaginations going.

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Loonette has become dreadfully forgetful. She can't remember what she wanted to say to Molly. Once in Granny Garbanzo's garden, others give suggestions to help Loonette remember.

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Loonette takes a stinking potato over to Granny Garbanzo's garden. When Granny shows a silly-looking potato (shaped like a duck), Loonette is amazed. She, Major Bedhead, and Snicklefritz soon use the potato in a game of keep-away, but the potato busts on them. They try to blame somebody else before Granny confronts them, at which time they own up to their mistake.

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Loonette is busy daydreaming, ultimately driven by the smell of borscht brownies. But when Loonette's daydreaming almost leads to a serious accident, Major Bedhead sings a song about paying attention. Auntie Macassar gives Loonette and Molly google-eyed glasses as part of their membership in the Lert Club for Clowns. Back at the couch, Loonette and Molly take the pledge: ""I'll always be a-lert.""

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In preparation for a big dance, Loonette practices her best wiggly moves. What she doesn't notice is Molly's weird wiggles. It turns out Molly has wet the couch. Now it's up to Loonette to tell Molly not to have embarrassments get the better of her.

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Time for Molly

5x8

Loonette is engrossed in holding a ""me"" parade for people to notice her. But she doesn't notice Molly trying to get her attention. Unruffled, Loonette tries to hold her parade in Granny Garbanzo's garden, but every clown and cat pays no attention to her. Feeling left out, Loonette sings ""A-Ways Away"" in hopes of a place where every clown gets the attention she deserves.

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Gizmo Shmizmo

5x9

Loonette has installed a couch gizmo that will fetch her toys for her. But the gizmo malfunctions, spitting out ping-pong balls at an enormous rate. She tries to get Major Bedhead to help, but he shows off his own gizmo, which doesn't work either. Granny tells them (through a song) that it's better to rely on one's mind than on machines.

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What's the best thing to wear on a nice fall day? Both Molly and Major Bedhead have unconventional ways to keep warm. Fortunately for Molly, Auntie Macassar sends her a pink angora sweater.

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Don't Tell

5x11

Granny Garbanzo is hodling a surprise party for Major Bedhead's mirthday. Everyone has to keep it a secret, including Loonette, who finds it a challenge. But she also learns that there are certain secrets you don't keep.

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You're a Gem!

5x12

Loonette is obsessed with finding a gem. First she digs into the couch and pulls out a doorknob. Going into Granny's garden, Loonette, along with Major Bedhead, learn that friends are far more valuable than gems.

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A compilation of favorite songs heard in the first five seasons. Packaged by American Public Television for stations' pledge drives.

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Loonette needs help from Dr. Molly. Lying horizontal on the couch, Loonette wants to know about her bad dream. Molly tells what her dream was. This drives Loonette to investigate about what clowns dream of.

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Apple of My Eye

7x1

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Dat's Da Law!

7x2

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Floppy!

7x5

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Rub-A-Dub

7x7

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Phony Baloney

7x11

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Popcorn-Y

7x14

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Peek-a-Boo!

7x15

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Ouch!

7x16

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Big Blow Hard

7x17

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Freeze, Please!

7x19

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Just Purrfect

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Pie in the Sky

1x1
March 1, 1993

Loonette and Molly spend the day discovering light and heavy things. After reading a story about a balloon, Loonette finds a balloon of her own, which she thinks can lift her off the ground. She's too heavy, of course, but the balloon does lift Molly off the couch and into the garden.

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March 8, 1993

Molly's birthday is approaching. She and Loonette hold a birthday party with games and costumes. They also have fun with big things compared to little things, particularly with a story about a gigantic cupcake.

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March 15, 1993

The show opens with a flashback: Loonette and Molly can't sleep. They venture around their house during the dark before Loonette reads her about a Sleep Train's magical adventure. The next day, Loonette discovers Major Bedhead asleep on the job.

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May 1, 2003

It looks like a dismal day. Rain has leaked through a hole in Loonette's roof. But a good stretch on her clock rug changes her outlook on life. Once the rain stops, she and Molly take part in the ""rainbow puddle hop"" with all the other clowns. And that includes the newly-arrived Uncle Chester, who gives Loonette steel wool to help patch her roof.

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May 2, 2003

Molly scares Loonette by venturing off on her own. Can Loonette get a message across that Molly should stay?

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Button Up!

6x3
May 5, 2003

It's ""Best Foot Forward Day,"" and everyone must find the perfect pair of shoes. Molly's pair, however, has a hole in it. When she discovers a pair of shoes with sparkly buttons in a catalog, Loonette dismisses her desire as folly. That hurts Molly's feelings, leading Loonette to sing a song about when not to speak your mind.

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Scaredy Cat!

6x4
May 6, 2003

Loonette digs up a Phantom of the Opera mask, which scares Molly. Thus Loonetter tells her that no mask changes the person who is wearing it. It's a lesson that Snicklefritz and Major Bedhead find out the hard way.

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May 7, 2003

Loonette searches all through the couch for her ""McGuffin,"" whatever it is. Molly wants to help, but Loonette interprets this as a hindrance. Out in the garden, Loonette is on the flip side when she and Major Bedhead want to help Granny Garbanzo fix her roof.

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Growing Pains

6x6
May 8, 2003

It's the day Loonette and Molly have agreed to have a tea party. But Loonette becomes distracted with worry: what will she do for a line of work? Granny Garbanzo gives her some advice in a song.

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May 9, 2003

Every clown and cat is ready to run an obstacle course at Granny Garbanzo's garden. Molly is out to win it again this year, but she hasn't worked out. When Snicklefritz edges out Molly for the top honor, Loonette has to cheer Molly up.

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Fancy Dancer

6x8
May 12, 2003

Loonette is upset because everyone but her can dance with style and grace. When she goes next door, Granny Garbanzo insists on giving her a ballet lesson. It turns into a musical number with a few crazy dance steps.

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May 13, 2003

It's midsummer, time for The Big Bang Boom. A festive holiday indeed, but not for Molly, who is afraid of the fireworks display. Loonette bulldozes Molly to the party at Granny Garbanzo's garden, at which Major Bedhead fires off the big fireworks. It takes a while, but Loonette discovers why Molly is frightened. Once again, Loonette gets a lesson in compassion.

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May 14, 2003

Molly digs through the couch in search of a miner's hat–which she is wearing. But it's not the only missing object around. Major Bedhead has lost his delivery bag. This requires a special visit from Uncle Chester.

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May 15, 2003

Loonette has dug out every book in the couch, looking for something new to read. When she goes next door, Major Bedhead delivers a huge sack of books, but all for Granny Garbanzo. All Loonette receives are a bookmark and a postcard from Uncle Chester, who sings the song ""I Can Read.""

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Going Up

6x12
May 16, 2003

Loonette is worried that she is not growing as fast as she would like. Few things can shake her from this mood, but a surprising seed, bearing fast-growing flowers, will.

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Cool It!

6x13
May 19, 2003

A heat wave has emerged in Clowntown. All the clowns are fighting not only the heat, but a few hot tempers as well. Only a package from Uncle Chester can cool off a few hot heads.

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