Caillou

Caillou Loves the Fall

Season 4, Ep 14, Aired 7/12/06
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  • Episode Description
  • Caillou helps Sarah during a shopping trip; the kids in Caillou's playschool go on a field trip to an apple orchard; Caillou has trouble deciding on a costume for Hallowe'en.Read more in the episode Recap

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Caillou: (Singing the shopping list) Toilet paper, light bulbs, socks for Rosy, crayons.

    • Caillou: (asking about the cards in the matching-card game) And how many red apples are there? Kids: 1 2 3! Caillou: Yeah. I'm so hungry, I could eat them all up. Kids: (giggle) Don't eat them! Caillou: Why not? Kids: (giggle) Because we need them to play the game.

    • Caillou: I want to be a monster! Monsters acn eat as much candy as they want! Daddy: Even monsters can get tummyaches from eating too much candy.

    • Rosie: Rosie princess. Rosie clown. Rosie cat. Caillou: You can't be everything, Rosie. Rosie: Rosie princess, clown and cat!

    • Narrator: Caillou really enjoyed picking apples. It was fun. Clementine: We have more apples than you. Caillou: Ours are bigger. You wanna have a race? Clementine: Yeah! Let's see who fills their bucket first.

    Trivia (4)

    • Caillou talks about his Mommy and about Rosie at the end of the show.

    • Caillou hosts the matching-card game at the end of the show. It is first played with two sets of three apples of the same color and then with pumpkins, candies and black cats.

    • Caillou sings a song called "Seasons" in-between the second and third stories.

    • Rosie is apparently completely over her past fear of clowns. She has no problem in this episode with the idea of Caillou being a clown, nor of being a clown herself as part of her Halloween costume.

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