It's a Big Big World - Season 1

PBS (ended 2007)


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Episode Guide

  • Not Found Here
    Not Found Here
    Episode 1
    Smooch and Winslow go on a search looking for their new friend Wartz.
  • Ant Ray Vision/Moving On Up
    Ant Ray Vision: Bob explores the life of an ant.

    Moving On Up: Snook helps Smooch find a new habitat when she decides to move because of her messy little brother.
  • Balance/Ick Alone
    Balance/Ick Alone
    Episode 3
    Balance: Oko teaches Wartz a Tai Chi lesson.

    Ick Alone: Ick becomes afraid of Burdette when she hears that birds eat flesh.
  • Burdette Queen Ant/One Monkey Too Many
    Burdette Queen Ant: Burdette wants to be queen bird of the world tree when she learns that ants have queens.

    One Monkey Too Many: Wartz decides to become a monkey.
  • My Friend Will Bee Right Back/Learning to Fly
    My Friend Will Bee Right Back: Bobby becomes friends with a bee, but his new friend must move on with her swarm.

    Learning to Fly: Despite being a monkey, Winslow wants to learn to fly.
  • Shell/Spirit
    Episode 6
    Shell: Bob and Winslow discover a strange rock that turns out to be the shell of a turtle named Rocky.

    Spirit: Smooch and Winslow think that the world tree has a spirit.
  • Out on a Limb/The More Things Change
    Out on a Limb: It's Winslow's birthday and he decides to climb all the way to the top of the world tree.

    The More Things Change: Ick and the monkeys don't like when things change.
  • Dancing/King of the Tree
    Dancing: Snook keeps falling asleep so his friends try to keep him awake by dancing.

    King of the Tree: Ick tells Bob that the world tree will flood due to heavy rain.
  • Burdette Bald Eagle/Hot Ice
    Burdette Bald Eagle: Madge tells Burdette about molting after she loses her feathers.

    Hot Ice: Burdette brings back ice from the mountaintop, but soon is unable to find it.
  • Color My World/Smooch's Caterpillar
    Color My World: Burdette tells Bob that the ants would like him better if he were more colorful.

    Smooch's Caterpillar: Smooch wants to introduce Winslow to her caterpillar friend, Harry, but Harry is wrapped in a cocoon.
  • Mini Monkey/The Five Senses
    Mini Monkey: A worried Winslow wants to grow but his body won't cooperate. After he has a dream about becoming huge, however, he is happy to grow at a natural pace.

    The Five Senses: Smooch helps Winslow locate the source of a strange and scary noise.
  • Wartz's Workout/Hot Enough For You?
    Wartz's Workout: Wartz doesn't feel well after he stops hopping.

    Hot Enough For You?: Winslow believes someone has stolen the breeze.
  • Windy Night/So Long Planty
    Windy Night: When a storm approaches, Snook, among others, takes shelter in Madge's root-cellar home.

    So Long Planty: Smooch's plant Planty dies from lack of water and sunlight.
  • Hold On, Rainbow/Where Have All The Berries Gone
    Hold On, Rainbow: Wartz tries to catch a rainbow.

    Where Have All the Berries Gone: Winslow is stumped when his favorite berries disappear from a bush.
  • Down in the Dumps/Who Moved My Sunflower?
    Down in the Dumps: It's cleaning day at the World Tree, but Madge is up to her neck in trash, thanks to Burdette, Smooch and Winslow, whose idea of cleaning is simply to toss things out of their homes.

    Who Moved My Sunflower?: Winslow is positive someone moved his favorite shady spot: a big sunflower.moreless
  • Sappy Monkey/Growing Pains
    Sappy Monkey: Winslow gets sick to his stomach after eating too much sap.

    Growing Pains: Smooch plants a garden and learns that some creatures are good for gardens.
  • The Big Sneeze/Go to Sleep Wartz
    The Big Sneeze: Bob begins sneezing after Burdette gives him a bouquet of flowers.

    Go to Sleep Wartz: Wartz enjoys playing so much that he never wants to go to sleep.
  • The Itch/Everything's Going to be Just Fine
    The Itch: Bob develops an itch that he believes was caused by a poisonous plant.

    Everything's Going to be Just Fine: Wartz worries that he won't live up to a promise he made to Madge.
  • What A Wonderful Leaf/Roots Rock
    What A Wonderful Leaf: Madge throws a “leaf-picnic party,” which requires everyone to dress up in costumes made from leaves.

    Roots Rock: Wartz wants to be a keeper of the tree like the others, but no one needs his help.
  • Making Tracks/Map it Out
    Making Tracks: Bob believes a footprint he discovered belongs to a giant animal.

    Map it Out: Smooch, Winslow and Burdette create a map of the World Tree.
  • Hide and Seek/Take Care of Yourself
    Hide and Seek: While playing hide-and-seek with Snook, Bob realizes how he can make it hard for Snook to find him.

    Take Care of Yourself: Madge and and Burdette discuss the importance of diet, exercise and rest.
  • World Tree Day/World Tree Cuisine
    World Tree Day: For World Tree Day, Snook gives out badges to everyone who is nice to the tree, but Bob can't think of what to do---until he comes up with a song.

    World Tree Cuisine: Madge and Snook plan a party to celebrate the World Tree's birthday, but everyone wants a different flavored cake.moreless
  • The Sloth Must be Crazy/Smarter Than You Think
    The Sloth Must be Crazy: Bob investigates a shiny green object that fell from the sky, and, with Madge's help, figures out what it is.

    Smarter Than You Think: Winslow fears that everyone else is smarter than he is.
  • Fish Out of Water/Burdette's Nest
    Fish Out of Water: Bob fears that Ick is stuck inside a rock, but soon learns that the rock is a fossil.

    Burdette's Nest: Smooch and Snook help patch Burdette's nest.
  • Bones/Food and Plenty of It
    Bones: After Winslow injures his arm, he refuses to slow down and winds up hurting his leg too.

    Food and Plenty of It: Burdette is upset when the nuts on her favorite tree disappear.
  • The Sting/Growing
    The Sting/Growing
    Episode 26
    The Sting: Wartz's frog friend Greenie is spooked by Stripey the bee.

    Growing: Madge and Snook contemplate everything that's occurred at the World Tree during the past year.