Animated series. Enchanted by its hopping, Kate captures a grasshopper. In Mimiloo, Kate and Mim-Mim help Lily try to capture some amazing new Mimiloo critters.
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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. #
Ha-ha-ha. That grasshopper really likes jumping in your garden,
-doesn't it, Mum?
-Ha-ha. Yes. That's one happy hopper, all right.
There you go, Kate. Now's your chance to grab it.
-Now you can get a good look at it.
I wanted to watch how it jumps but now it's just crawling.
Ha-ha. I know what you mean.
I'll go and see if I can find a different jar.
I wonder what interesting creatures we could find in Mimiloo.
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.
Look, Mim-Mim, it's Gobble.
Hello? Kate, I think there's something wrong with Gobble.
-Ha-ha-ha. It's a wooden Gobble.
Tack made me a new garden decoration.
I call it the Whirly-Gobble.
You know, cos it whirls, it's a Gobble...huh?
Yeah, I think they got that, little buddy.
Doodly, doodly, doodly, doodly, hey!
-I'd make a really great Whirly-Mim.
What are you doing with those gadgets, Tack?
Gobble's having problems ripening his mellow melons
so I brought gadgets to help get the job done.
Yes. It's the strangest thing.
They should be orange and juicy but they're harder than a bowling ball.
Is there anything Mim-Mim and I can do to help?
Thanks, but we've got it.
After some good old Tack-nology,
those melons will be ripe and ready to eat in no time.
Hey, there they are again. Those strange-looking critters.
-Critters? I've never seen those before.
But they keep popping up near my garden.
Lily and Boomer have been on their trail to learn about them.
-Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
-Of course I am.
-That sounds like a job for us!
-Hmm...do you see Lily and Boomer?
-But I do see some critters.
-Which way did they go?
-That way...and this way.
-A talking bush.
-Hee-hee-hee. It's just us, Lily and Boomer.
Shh... Sneaky mushroom Boomer. Hello.
-We were trying to sneak up on
-those boingala-boingala whatever they are.
That's what I call them cos they jump like jelly.
-If jelly could jump.
-Jelly-jumpers! Yay! Yo, yo!
-Have you figured out what they're doing in Gobble's garden?
All we know so far is that they jump fast
and they like to hide. They're pretty shy.
-Can we hide with you to track them down too?
-We could use more help.
We'll be Mystery Mim and Camouflage Kate,
undercover jelly-jumper investigators.
-Do you really think this will work?
A blast of stored sunshine from my super sun-saver will ripen
this mellow melon in no time.
Behold, an orangey glow. See? All it needed was a sunshine blast.
-That was a blast, all right.
Ha-ha-ha. Huh! Ah...
-Shh. There they are.
-They've stopped to rest.
-Now's our chance to grab a jelly-jumper.
-Shh! We have to be quiet, Boomer.
(Jelly-jumper catching. Yay...)
CRITTER BLOWS RASPBERRY
Wow, those jelly-jumpers certainly are fast.
Too fast to catch with our hands but maybe we can catch them
in something...like a jar.
-Ah.. Nothing like
a refreshing glass of orange juice to juice up a mellow melon.
Look at it grow. It's getting ready to turn orange and juicy.
Uh, it looks like it's getting ready to do something, all right.
-Any more juicy ideas?
-Ah...no, I'm fresh out.
Gobble said they keep coming down this path to his garden, so...
The next time they bounce down this path...
Boing-a-boing-a-boing-a joop, down the hole they go, and we got them.
Dig, dig, digging all done. Yay!
-Tee-hee. Let's hide the trap.
-Ha! And hide ourselves, too!
Here they come. Hurry.
-And onto the trap they go.
It didn't work... Boo-hoo.
-Mim-Mim, you did it. You scared them into the trap.
-Look, we've got them.
-Oh, hi, jelly-jumpers.
-Oh...they're still hiding from us.
-I'll fix that.
Ah-ha! Peekaboo. We see you, little jelly-jumping creatures.
-They're getting away. After them.
Jelly-jumpers all gone.
-Oh, they're gone, all right.
-We still can't figure out
how to ripen these mellow melons. Any ideas?
Let me try. Mellow melon, you have to ripen now, OK?
-Maybe if I just give them a squeeze.
Oh, oh, oh...
What was that?
Jelly-jumpers, ya, ya.
-I knew a bunny squeeze was all it needed.
It was that little critter that did it.
So that's why they've been hanging around my garden.
They ripen mellow melons. Who knew?
So why aren't the other melons in your garden orange and ripe?
Whoo-hoo! The Whirly-Gobble's whirling at us. Whirl back, everyone.
-Come on, this is getting awkward.
That's it. We know the jelly-jumpers are super shy.
Maybe they think this whirligig is the real Gobble watching them.
They thought it was Gobble? Oh, no, those silly critters...
Wait a minute. That's what I thought, too.
But how can we get them back here so they can ripen these melons?
Easy-peasy. Get rid of the Whirly-Gobble.
And I know just how to do it.
Remember, no whirling on the ride.
Please keep your arms and legs in the wheelbarrow at all times. Thank you.
Bye-bye, Whirly-Gobble. Have a safe ride.
Oh, and call me when you get there. Where'd everybody go?
-Psst. Over here.
-Oh, yeah. I knew that.
Good thinking, Kate.
Those jumping jigglies, they'll think the other me
just went for a walk.
-Look at them glow.
Mm-hmm. Orangey, ripe and de-e-e-licious.
I'm glad we got to see the jelly-jumpers' light show.
And if we caught them, they never would have done it.
You're right, Kate. It's a good thing they're so tricky to catch.
Oh-ho-ho, a tasty melon snack. Don't mind if I do.
Oh, bunny-fingers. Oh, whoa-whoa-whoa-oh...
Uh, who'd like to try some mashed mellow melon?
-That's my funny bunny.
Here's a bigger jar, Kate. Oh, you're setting it free.
Uh-huh. Lily and I tried to catch jelly-jumpers but we couldn't.
And I'm glad because if we had, we wouldn't have seen their light show.
They were too shy to do it in front of us
but when we were far away we saw them glow and ripen the melons.
-But do you know what jelly-jumpers do best?
Jump. Just like grasshoppers.
Enchanted by its hopping, Kate captures a grasshopper, but as soon as it is in the jar it stands still. In Mimiloo, Kate and Mim-Mim help Lily try to capture some amazing new Mimiloo critters to learn all about them. The mysterious, playful creatures lead them on a wild chase, but when they're captured, they turn out to be super shy!