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A thunderstorm hits Pappyland and the lights go out in the cabin just as Pappy enters. All Pappy's cabin pals are afraid. Pappy explains why it's OK to be afraid and how the characters can cope with their fear. After the lights come back on, Pappy learns that Buddy Bear is having a bad dream at the hamlet and rushes there to help. Pappy's drawing of a big elephant afraid of a tiny mouse, plus a song about being afraid, helps everyone understand how to face their fears in a positive way.moreless
Woody is feeling stuck, and not just because he is a tree rooted to the ground. Woody is convinced the only reason his friends visit him is because he's on the main path through Pappyland and they can't avoid him. A heartwarming visit by Pappy and Chucky changes his mind, and a very special drawing makes Woody the surprise star of the show.moreless
When Pappy walks into the cabin, everything is in black & white! A Pappyland emergency unfolds when it is learned the "Color Taker", a selfish bully resembling a vacuum cleaner, is loose again and taking all the color out of Pappyland. Pappy does a special drawing that shows Color Taker that being a bully is not the best way to get what he wants-- and Pappyland is saved with all the colors restored.moreless
It's time for the annual Pappyland race and Turtle Lou has lost his lucky sneakers! With the help of his friends, Turtle Lou gains the confidence he needs to run the race even without his "lucky" sneakers. Pappy's pals learn that a sense of community means helping others, and that includes everyone doing their best.moreless
Mailbird delivers a special letter from a youngster who wants to know how he can become an artist! This leads Pappy and his pals on a fun adventure where everyone learns how to be the best they can be--and how to be open to all possibilities. A drawing of a scientist who keeps experimenting comes to life and encourages the boys and girls to keep reaching for their goals.moreless
Inspired by a drawing of a space creature that comes to life, Pappy and his pals use the fuel of their imaginations to blast off into outer space with the cabin as their space ship! This exciting celestial adventure takes them soaring by planets, and meeting up with Sing-a-Song Sam on the moon. Everyone has fun discovering "there's no limitation to your imagination!"moreless
Buddy Bear can't paint the sunset in Pappyland as well as all the other Pappy pals... at least, that's what he thinks until Pappy shows how everything we create is special in its own way. Buddy learns that being a good artist is expressing yourself in ways that make you feel good, and as a result he becomes proud of his creations.moreless
In this episode, Chucky Woodchuckles is distraught because he has lost the watercolor set he borrowed from Mailbird. Chucky has also borrowed other things from his friends in Pappyland, including crayons from Pappy-- and he can't find any of them! A special drawing from Pappy helps Chucky learn about responsibility.
Turtle Lou is upset at Fish Face. He thinks Fish Face is teasing him by calling him a name he's never heard before. In this episode, Turtle Lou learns the importance of talking things through.
Pappy helps Turtle Lou polish up his manners so he'll be ready to greet a special guest. By the end of this show, Buddy Bear, Elmer, and even Binky the Brush find out that good manners bring good feelings to everyone.
Donkey Dan and Buddy Bear discover how Pappy gets inspiration for his imagination. Before long, all of Pappyland is joining in a celebration of imagination.
Buddy Bear and Turtle Lou are trying to enjoy a game of checkers. The dilemma is Chucky wants to play as well, and only two can play the game. Pappy helps teach everyone the importance of fairness.