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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 25

    Journeys Through Your Imagination

    Aired 10/13/06

  • S 2 : Ep 24

    Journeys Through Life

    Aired 10/12/06

  • S 2 : Ep 23

    Journeys: Places

    Aired 10/11/06

  • S 2 : Ep 22

    Journeys: People

    Aired 10/10/06

  • S 2 : Ep 21

    Journeys: Animals

    Aired 10/9/06

  • Cast & Crew
  • Kimee Balmilero


  • Karla Cheatham-Mosley


  • Curtis Cregan


  • Jennifer Peterson-Hind


  • Shaun Taylor-Corbet


  • show Description
  • 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-5! Join Jen, Shaun, Karla, Curtis, and Kimee on this educational program based on the original Australian kids series. This parent-friendly program teaches children basic skills through captivating lessons and catchy songs. By following along with the activities on this show, kids can improve their logical thinking, coordination, vocabulary and visual awareness.

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (99)

    • Shaun: (Doing the secret Fort Club handshake) Shake up, shake down. Side bump, side bump. Turn it all around, Hi-5!

    • Chats: Hey, I'm reading,
      Jenn: So was I.
      Chats: Why'd you turn the light off?
      Jenn: (snickers) I didn't, I think the power's gone off. Don't worry, Chats. I got an idea!
      Chats: (Scared) It's really dark, I can't see you!

    • Curtis: (To the viewers) Excuse me. Have you seen Shaun?
      Shaun: (Using his Detective voice) No, no, no!
      Curtis: I made a mess on his wall and I just wanna tell him I'd clean it up in a minute.
      Shaun: (Using his detective voice) So you did it!
      Curtis: Who are you?
      Shaun: (Using his normal voice) It's me, Shaun, in a disguise.
      Curtis: Ah. That's a great disguise. I didn't recognize you.

    • Shaun: (Singing his detective song) I've got detective work to do-- Just need a little clue. Solve a mystery. Who did it, and why? No one will know me, No one will see me In a Disguise; I won't be recognized.

    • Shaun: I've been trying to solve the mystery of the painty handprints, (using his detective voice) but Detective Shaun has worked it out. (To Curtis) It was you. Curtis: I guess you caught me Red-handed. (He holds up his right hand with red paint on it.).

    • Karla: (Singing) I'm a little pig who's not supposed To get all dirty. That's just how it goes.

    • Karla: (Singing about the different ways animals eat) Nibble, nibble, nibble. That's the way a rabbit eats. Gobble, gobble, gobble to a doggie's beat. Munch and chew, like cows do. Eat like me, a fish in the sea.

    • Kimee: Once upon a time, there were 2 possums. They were brothers named Nick and Gus. Nick and Gus are rather mischievous little possums and they were very, very curious.
      Shaun (Gus): Hey, Nick!
      Curtis (Nick): Hey, Yeah.
      Shaun (Gus): It's almost morning. Time for bed. We should get back before Mom comes.
      Curtis (Nick): We could, or...wouldn't it be great if we stayed up all day just to see what it's like?
      Shaun (Gus): Yeah! Stay awake all day!
      Kimee: Uh oh! Sounds like trouble. Nick and Gus are nocturnal animals. Normally, they sleep during the day and stay awake at night. Not the other way around.

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    Notes (230)

    • The segment with the giggle pillow appears on the Best of Jenn DVD.

    • Song of the Week: "Five Senses" This song appears on the Jump and Jive With Hi-5 CD, released in the US in 2004. This song also appears on various Hi-5 DVDs including Move Your Body, Summer Rainbows, and Hi-5 Hits.

    • The song Karla sings, "I'm OK", was first performed by the original Australian Hi-5 and is found on the album Boom Boom Beat released in 2001.

    • This episode appeared on the Hi-5 DVD from MGM which was given out during Hi-5's 2004 promotional tour.

    • The segment where Jenn and Chats learn sign language appears on the Best of Jenn DVD.

    • The "Chatty Feet" segment appears on the Best of Curtis DVD.

    • Song of the Week: "Five Senses"

    • The "Sign Language" song Jenn and Chats sing was first performed by the original Australian Hi-5, and it is found on their Boom Boom Beat album released in 2001.

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    Trivia (18)

    • A spider isn't an insect, it is an arachnid. Insects have only six legs.

    • The song heard in the part where Karla plays her stop-and-go dancing game is the music of "Rock 'n Roll". This song was originally performed by the Australian Hi-5 and appears on the Boom Boom Beat album, released in 2001. This song will be heard again in a later episode, "Music: Instruments".

    • The music heard at the beginning of the story in this episode is the music of "Night Time, Sleep Time". The song will be heard in a later episode, "Bodies: Movement".

    • The "Fishy Wobble" song Karla sings is sung to the tune of "Belly Wobble", which was first played in "Fun Machines".

    • The song, "Funky Reggae Music", heard in this episode had different lyrics than the regular version. The song will be heard again in a later episode, "Music from Around the World".

    • In the story, Steve the football player (played by Curtis) has the number 34 on his jersey.

    • The dragon song heard during the story is sung to the tune of "Dragon Dance" which was first heard in the episode, "Adventure Around the House".

    • In comparison with the Australian version of the song, "Rabbit Dream", some of the lyrics in Jenn's version are somewhat different. One part of the Australian version goes, "He was chewing on a biscuit while playing games of cricket", whereas in the American version it goes "He was chewing on a cookie while playing games of hockey."

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    Allusions (3)

    • When Shaun says he's the king of rock, he might be referring to the king himself--Elvis Presley.

    • Shaun: Players, come on down! Shaun's line heard during the game, "What's That Action?", is a reference to the popular daytime game show, The Price Is Right.

    • Knees and Toes The move Shaun calls out during Karla's movement game alludes to the well-known children's song-game, "Head and Shoulders". In the song, you point to, or touch every part of your body as you sing it aloud. Knees and toes are the two most frequently mentioned body parts in that song.

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