Caillou

Season 4 Episode 17

Caillou the Helper

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 AM Aug 02, 2006 on PBS

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  • Trivia

    • In the "Caillou's Christmas Eve" segment, Caillou imagines joining Santa on his sleigh to help him out. In a song available only on the Caillou's Holiday Movie soundtrack titled "Riding in Santa's Sleigh," Caillou imagines much the same thing.

    • Caillou talks about both his Grandma and his Grandpa at the end of the episode.

    • Caillou hosts a matching object game at the end of an episode. The idea is match a person with an object that will help them accomplish their goal, for example --- a police office with a whistle to direct traffic.

    • Caillou and his Grandpa sing a song titled "A Helping Hand" in-between the second and third stories.

    • "George" is also the name of Caillou's rarely-mentione and never-seen imaginary friend.

  • Quotes

    • George: You're just like your Grandpa. He was always playing tricks on me when he was little.

    • Caillou: What are these for?
      Grandpa: We're going to play croquet. You and I can be a team.
      Narrator: Caillou didn't know how to play croquet and he was too embarrassed to ask. He felt a little shy around Grandpa's friend, George.

    • Miss Martin: You know, you can only help people when they want some help.

    • Narrator: Caillou wanted to help people, but he especially wanted to direct traffic. And he knew just what he needed for that.

    • Caillou: I thought policemen just caught bad guys.

    • Caillou: I'm pilot Caillou and we're taking off on a flight to the park.

    • Mommy: You are my first patient today. I see you've had quite a tumble. So first I'll have to examine the wound and check for broken bones.
      Narrator: Caillou thought it was funny that Mommy was pretending to be a doctor.

    • Rosie: Caillou fall down!
      Caillou: Ow. It hurts. Mommy! Ow. Ow.
      Rosie: Boo-boo!

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