Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Who says the world works the way grown-ups think it should?
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Jimmy Jones grows jealous when Monty brings home the class guinea pig for the weekend.
Monty wonders whether you can have can have a fun day out without ever leaving home.
Monty and Jimmy Jones imagine travelling back millions of years.
Monty and Jimmy Jones shrink to the size of a bee and go exploring.
Stan and Violet suggest that Monty should turn tidying into a game to make it more fun.
The Kazoops go shopping after Stan shrinks everyone's clothes in the wash.
Jimmy Jones is scared of monsters under the bed and Monty wonders how they can be scary.
Monty tries to change the rules of a board game when Jimmy Jones keeps beating him.
Monty wonders if there are any uses for a half of a pair of something.
Monty questions whether you can only play a game if you have all the correct equipment.
When Monty can't find a pair of matching socks, he wonders why things should match at all.
Monty wonders if flowers are as amazing as everyone seems to think they are.
Monty wonders whether there is a way to have fun outside, even when it's raining.
Monty wonders why you have to let go of your favourite things when you outgrow them.
Monty wonders whether all paintings have to look like real life.
Even though it is bedtime, Monty and Jimmy Jones aren't tired.
Monty ponders whether all heroes have to solve big problems.
Monty is disappointed to find the cubby house Stan built him is empty inside.
Monty wonders if you really can only celebrate big, special occasions.
Monty finds out Jimmy Jones can't appreciate music because he's an animal.
Monty doesn't think the Kazoop's couch being broken makes it useless.
Monty is in a topsy-turvy mood and doing things a little bit differently.
Monty thinks Gran's soup might be the tastiest in the world.
Monty wonders about ways other than travelling to explore the world.
Monty wonders if being famous would really be as great as Jeanie thinks.
Monty discovers he is the only one in the family who can't whistle.
Monty wonders whether everyone in a family should be alike.
Monty wonders if it is possible to feel both happy and sad at the same time.
Monty wonders what animals dream about.
Monty wonders whether the Queen has perfect manners all the time.
Monty is dreaming up fantastical ways to get the new piano upstairs.
Monty and Jimmy Jones imagine how exciting it would be to have a pet lion at home.
During a painting contest, Monty wonders if being the best is the most important thing.
Monty wonders if people who like different things can still be friends.
When Stan is too scared to go into the cellar, Monty wonders if even adults get scared.
Monty imagines what it would be like if he and Jimmy Jones lived by themselves.
Stan is sick in bed, so Monty tries to find a game to play that isn't noisy.
After he forgets to do his chores, Monty wonders if it's possible to remember everything.
Stan isn't a good dancer, but do you have to be good at things to enjoy them?
Monty wonders how a computer game can be more fun than playing with friends in real life.
When offered an odd-looking fruit, Monty realises you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
It's time to leave the park, and Monty wonders why fun things have to come to an end.
Monty thinks mums and dads can fix everything, but finds out this isn't always true.
Monty wonders whether you can turn a sore loser into a good loser.
Preparing a gift for Jimmy Jones, Monty wonders if the best things come in small packages.
When Jimmy Jones is sad, Monty wonders why everyone can't be happy all the time.
The Kazoops struggle to work as a team when building their new table tennis table.
Monty wonders whether there is a way to hide other than in or behind something.
If you get a splinter in your finger, can laughter really be the best medicine?
Monty and Jimmy Jones imagine what it would be like to have everything you want.
Jeanie says going round in circles won't help find a missing key, but Monty isn't so sure.
Monty wonders if a gift has to be big or cost money to be special.
Seeing Violet enjoying doing nothing, Monty wonders if it's better to stop and relax.
Monty wonders if only big people can solve big problems.
Monty's teacher asks him not to repeat himself, but Monty thinks repetition can be useful.
Monty is avoiding taking a bath and wonders if you really need to get wet to get clean.
Monty is going for a sleepover, but he is worried about being away from Jimmy Jones.
Monty doesn't like the end of a story and wonders if you can change the way a story ends.
Monty overpacks for a camping trip, but soon realises that fewer things can mean more fun.
When Monty's friend doesn't return a toy, Monty decides to stop sharing his things.
Monty and Jimmy Jones discover all the different ways music can make you feel.
After he's teased at school, Monty worries that he is too old for cuddly toys.
Grey clouds ruin the Kazoops' plans, but Monty wants to show them that clouds are great.
Monty wonders if things become dull if they you do them every day.
Monty wonders if there is anyone who knows everything.
Violet is planning a surprise getaway for Stan, but Monty struggles to keep it a secret.
When Monty pretends to be a pig, his family tell him people shouldn't behave like animals.
Monty wonders if good things really come to those who wait.
Monty tries to convince his family that Jimmy Jones is more than just a cuddly pet.
After breaking Jeanie's science project, Monty discovers that honesty is the best policy.
Monty is teased by a school friend for having a strange family.
Monty is nervous about trying skateboarding.
Monty wonders whether to play with his new toy robot or keep it shiny and new in the box.
Monty learns that mistakes can be useful sometimes.