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Duggee’s old friend Clarence arrives at the Clubhouse, but he has lost his Christmas cheer. He used to love Christmas, but everything seems to be getting bigger, louder and faster, and it’s quite exhausting! The Squirrels decide to show Clarence some Christmas hospitality and make him a special Christmas by combining everything that they love most about the holiday. They make Clarence realise that Christmas is all about the little things, and that is what really makes Christmas so special. The Squirrels may not realise it, but they may have saved Christmas as well as earning their Christmas Badges.
The episode was rated from 2 votes.
Duggee is taking the Squirrels to the lake, but there's a traffic jam.
The episode was rated from 5 votes.
Duggee and the Squirrels are preparing to have a campfire.
The episode was rated from 6 votes.
Naughty Monkey's cousins come to visit and they're even naughtier that Naughty Monkey.
The episode was rated from 6 votes.
Norrie is having fun looking at nature in the garden. When Roly wants to join in, she tells him he needs to be really quiet – but he gets overexcited, shouting so loudly that he scares a lovely butterfly away! Norrie is put out because Roly did the opposite of what she said. When Roly asks what an opposite is, Norrie struggles to explain.Luckily, Duggee has his Opposites Badge and helps the squirrels understand by using lots of fun examples. A cacophony of creatures come out to help, showing the squirrels instances of things that are entirely different to each other and helping them earn their Opposites Badges in the process!
The episode was rated from 3 votes.
Betty is reading a story out loud to the other Squirrels that is set 'a long, long time ago'. The Squirrels wonder how long ago that is. The narrator explains that it's everything that's ever happened – and it's called history.The Squirrels are excited to learn about it, and luckily Duggee has his History Badge – and a home-made time machine - to give them a very interactive lesson all about it! The Squirrels go on a whistle-stop tour through time and encounter all manner of characters, from naughty prehistoric monkeys to pirates of the high seas, from Isaac Newton to Shakespeare, with everyone becoming inspired as they go. History is FUN - but eventually it's time to go home and collect their History Badges. Well done Squirrels!The episode was rated from 3 votes.
The Squirrels are playing with their toys when they notice that there is a sheep in the clubhouse. Wait a minute! There are sheep everywhere! Inside and out! How did that happen? Oh no, someone has left the paddock gate open! Can the Squirrels help Duggee herd the sheep back to the paddock?The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Tino the artistic mouse is in town for an art show he is putting on, and anyone can enter! The Squirrels are excited to get in on the action, but struggle with the idea of inspiration.Duggee and the narrator explain that inspiration is anything that gives you an idea, and that you can find it in lots of different places - such as nature, which inspires Norrie to make a collage, or your passions, which inspire Roly to make a potato out of a rock. The others are still struggling, but after learning that you can be inspired by your senses, your friends or even yourself, and that your art can be realistic, abstract, neat or messy, inspiration strikes them all in different ways. The Squirrels manage to submit their artwork in time for Tino's Woodland Biennale, earning their Art Badges in the process. Bravo Squirrels!The episode was rated from 2 votes.
The Squirrels are excited that a circus has come to town, until they see it is a flea circus. However, they realise it is impressive when they see the acts!The episode was rated from 15 votes.
The squirrels are playing in the clubhouse when Norrie discovers a spider in the dressing up box. Everywhere Norrie goes the spider seems to go too!The episode was rated from 18 votes.
Last updated: jul 24, 2021
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