Animated series. Kate wants to fix her pop-up book without Mum's help. In Mimiloo, everyone's preparing to watch the butterfly flowers fly away after sunset.
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# Lift me up into the sky See the world through my eyes
# Mimiloo is where we'll fly And the chances are you're
# All I'll ever need Funny bunny friend of mine
# We will always be
# You and me - Kate and Mim-Mim. #
-Mum, aren't blue morpho butterflies beautiful?
-Oh, this tab is stuck.
-Would you like me to help, Kate?
But I don't need any help. I can do it all by myself.
I'll leave you to it. You don't need any help from me.
Still stuck. But I really want to see those last butterflies.
Come on, Mim-Mim. Maybe we can find another way to open this.
Mim-Mim, funny bunny friend, it's time to come to life again!
Kate and Mim-Mim, me and you, let's twirl away to Mimiloo!
-Big beach ball! I'll save you!
-Ready for our day at the beach?
-Oh, I love the beach!
-It'll be super spectacular!
-Kate and Mim-Mim play catch.
-You bet, Boomer.
Passing it to you, Mim-Mim.
I got it! Here, catch, Gobble.
-Got it. Who's next?
We can help you, Tack.
Yeah, I can get it down in two shakes of a bunny's ear.
No need. I can rescue beach balls.
I can get it all by myself. One tap from this branch to knock it...
See! I told you I could do it.
Great job doing it all by yourself, Tack.
I've got it.
Oh, look! Butterfly flowers.
-Aren't you afraid you might break it if you lie down on them?
It's OK, butterfly flowers are very strong.
-Here, Tack, let me give you a hand.
-No need. I've got it.
-If you say so.
See, easy-peasy. Aah!
Try it, Mim-Mim, it's so comfy.
Oh, but don't you think I'm a little big to be lying down on a flower?
-What if I break it?
-You'll like it. Look at me.
OK. If you say so.
Aah, it's nice, isn't it? What do you think, Mim-Mim?
Oh, Mims. This is so comfortable.
And it helps the butterfly flowers, too.
They fly all night long and lying on them
helps to stretch out their petal wings.
At the end of every day after the sun sets, butterfly flowers pop off
their stems and they use their petal wings to fly all over Mimiloo.
-Just like real butterflies.
-Oh, I'd love to see that.
I'd like to see that, too. But it happens in the dark at night-time.
I only know about it
because my magical creatures book has pictures of them.
It would have been nice to see butterfly flowers
-dance in the sky. Oh, well.
-Wait a minute.
I could build a lighthouse
-so we could see at night.
-Good idea, Tack.
But it's going to start getting dark soon.
I'll help build the lighthouse,
-so we can finish it in time to see them fly away.
-No need, chum.
I've got this covered. Remember, I like to do things all by myself.
It's easier that way.
I've got it!
A-ha! Ohh! Ohh!
Wow! Hey, can I try?
Spin, glow. Spin, glow.
Spin glow... Whoops!
Yah! Yah! Spin, glow. Spin, glow.
What you got there, Boomer?
Ooh, what a funny ball!
-Funny ball! Funny ball!
-Mim-tastic! What is it?
-It's a spin-glow ball, Kate.
Oh, no, it's not.
It's my lamp and it's the only one I have - without this baby,
-the lighthouse won't light up.
See? All the glitterlight I own is in this lamp - when you spin it,
it glows, when it's dark it will light up the whole beach.
Then we'll be able to see
the butterfly flowers turn into butterflies.
I'd better put this away in a safe spot. Away from you-know-who.
I'll just put it here to keep it safe and sound.
Wow, Tack, you're doing a great job on the lighthouse.
-Can we help you finish?
-Thanks, but no, thanks, Kate.
I'm a master finisher. I don't need help.
-Tack really likes to do things all by himself.
-He sure does.
But it's such a big job for Tack to do all by himself.
Oh! I meant to do that.
Here, Tack. Let me help you.
No need, Gobble, I'm fine.
See, I didn't need any help at all.
I just needed a moment to recover. Now I'm better.
If you say so.
Tack, it's starting to get dark.
Uh-oh! The butterfly flowers are beginning to close.
It's getting late, Tack.
Are you sure you don't need any help finishing the lighthouse?
All I need to do now is put the lamp at the top and we are in business.
Where could it be? I know this is the flower I put it in.
Oh, look, all of the flowers are closed.
Oh, no, all the flowers are closed!
-Oh, no! The lamp!
My lamp is stuck inside one of those flowers.
Oh-oh! Funny glowing light all gone.
Well, at least you know it's safe and sound and... I'm not helping.
-I've got to find it!
Where could it be?
Where could it be?
There is no time left, Tack. You can't do this without our help.
I don't need help, I can do this alone. I just need to find the lamp.
I just need... I need...
Sorry, Tack, say again?
Could I have some help, please?
-Lily, do you know how to get the flowers to open up?
-Oh, sorry, Kate.
I don't know how to make them open up.
But there has to be some way.
OK, everyone. We have to think.
I'm trying to think. But my head is spinning.
That's it! Boomer, do you remember how you were making the lamp glow?
Yah-yah! Spin, glow. Spin, glow.
That's right. We'll have to work together to spin these flowers.
If we spin them, they'll spin the lamp inside.
And when you spin the lamp, it glows. Come on!
It's not in this one.
-Not in this one either.
I've found it! Oh, look. It's glowing!
I knew I... I couldn't have done it without everyone. Thanks.
Don't mention it, little buddy.
Let's get it into the lighthouse.
The butterfly flowers are starting to fly away.
Don't worry, Kate, I've got this covered.
Mim-Mim, a little boost?
One boost - or one Tack - coming right up.
Oh, they're so beautiful.
Thank you, everyone, I couldn't have done it without your help.
Yah-yah! Ho-ho! We helped Tack.
Bye-bye, butterfly flowers. See you later.
-Any luck fixing the tab, Kate?
I tried and tried, but it's still stuck.
I wanted to fix the pop-up myself. But I need help.
-Can you please help me?
-I'd be happy to. What are mums for?
I'll help by holding the book. You can grab the tab with these.
Ha-ha! Look at them dance! Thanks for your help, Mum.
I really wanted to see that.
Kate wants to fix her pop-up book without Mum's help. In Mimiloo, everyone's preparing to watch the butterfly flowers fly away after sunset. To get a good view, Tack tries to build a lighthouse all by himself, but loses his light bulb in the process! Kate must convince him that he needs his friends' help to get his lighthouse working.