The Olobobs create Treewheeler, who takes the Leafs on an exciting rocket ride in the sky.
The Twirlywoos are making a noise in the kitchen, and they are getting louder and louder.
With no viewers for their Leaf Show, the Olobobs create Happy Clappy to be their audience.
The Twirlywoos watch two men carry some furniture down the stairs in a block of flats.
The Olobobs create Book-a-Beep-Beep, who makes books for Crunch's treehouse library.
When Rainbow has to go before finishing his story, the gang try to work out how it ends.
The Twirlywoos watch children collecting shells on a beach and decide to help.
The Nektons try to discover that the truth behind the Baltic Sea anomaly.
Nothing's going right for Tib, so the Olobobs create Gigglegoon to turn their luck around.
Mr Peabody has to come to the rescue when his son takes their time machine out for a spin.
Bobble spots a lone star in the sky, so the Olobobs create Skyder to carry them up to it.
When Monty's friend doesn't return a toy, Monty decides to stop sharing his things.
The Twirlywoos decide to try going over some hurdles in an obstacle course.
The Olobobs invent a new ball game but can't agree on the rules.
Monty overpacks for a camping trip, but soon realises that fewer things can mean more fun.
The Twirlywoos learn about joining up by making paperclip chains in an office.
The Olobobs get their kite stuck in a tree, so they create Loopy Longtail to reach it.
Monty doesn't like the end of a story and wonders if you can change the way a story ends.
The Twirlywoos are in a hotel, hiding from a porter behind some suitcases.
Monty is going for a sleepover, but he is worried about being away from Jimmy Jones.
The Twirlywoos watch a man's leg being wrapped in bandages and decide to try wrapping too.
Sarah and Duck try to help Donkey get his jumping confidence back.
The Nektons try to stop a fallen satellite's fuel from polluting a marine sanctuary.
On a rainy day, the Olobobs create Elesnorter to blow the clouds away with his trunk.
Monty is avoiding taking a bath and wonders if you really need to get wet to get clean.
The Twirlywoos are at the seaside and end up building more and more sandcastles.
The Twirlywoos help a man who is pulling his car out of the mud.
Monty's teacher asks him not to repeat himself, but Monty thinks repetition can be useful.
Monty wonders if only big people can solve big problems.
Seeing Violet enjoying doing nothing, Monty wonders if it's better to stop and relax.
Grandmaster Glitch steals part of the Brandenburg Gate. Can the Go Jetter's stop him?
Mars tries to fill in for a missing moon, but needs a little coaching from Sarah and Duck.
Monty wonders if a gift has to be big or cost money to be special.
The Twirlywoos watch a man pick fruit until his basket is full.
Jeanie says going round in circles won't help find a missing key, but Monty isn't so sure.
Monty and Jimmy Jones imagine what it would be like to have everything you want.