In this episode, Zindzi and Alex make percussion music with George Washingmachine, make origami penguins, play I-spy, see some kittens through the windows and act out the 'Hey Diddle Diddle' nursery rhyme.
The Dummy challenges ironman Matt Bevilacqua to a surf ski race (and gets smassshed), plus our players discover the sports science of blood types, before taking on a table-tennis obstacle course.
Bluey and Bingo want a pet. To show them how much work they'd be in for, Dad transforms his hand into their old friend Shaun, a chaotic, undisciplined emu with a taste for trouble.
Hockeyroo Jodie Kenny shows us how to pass, the kids of Australia vote on the scariest sport of all-time, our players test the science of reflexes, then the final challenge is Surf-Lifesaving Bowling.
Dad tells Bluey to mind her manners at the table - they're not animals. But when Bluey gets her hands on a stick of magic asparagus, she shows them everyone's got a wild side.
Join Andrew and Zindzi as they build Humpty a wall, explore the Nursery Rhyme Peek-a-Boo board, make a butterfly, flower and spider, visit the dry cleaners through the windows, play dress-ups and sing lots of nursery rhymes.
Breaking news reveals the longest golf shot went 4 kilometres (on the moon), our players sort laundry for the Qld Maroons, a BMX pro shows us how to negotiate table-tops, and our players take on Sumo Putt-Putt.
Bluey, Bingo and Mum get into a debate with Dad about the definition of teasing. As they recall all the times he's been a "Big Teaser", Dad argues that he was "only playing".
Bluey needs Mum's advice on dealing with a troublesome neighbour when the serenity of her couch cushion playhouse is threatened by Bingo's growing stable of animals.
An abandoned zebra (voice of Frankie Muniz) grows up believing he is a racehorse, and, with the help of his barnyard friends and a teenage girl (Hayden Panettiere), sets out to achieve his dream of racing with thoroughbreds. Director: Frederik Du Chau; Writers: David Schmidt (story), Steven P. Wegner (story) and more; Stars: Frankie Muniz, David Spade, Snoop Dogg and more.
It's bedtime and Bingo can't remember where she left her beloved Floppy. Retracing their steps, Bingo and Bluey lead Mum through their bizarre day in the hope of tracking her down.
Our players sort the washing for the AFL, a water-polo champ shows us how to dribble, our players try sumo-rugby, and the third smashhlete through to finals week is decided.
In this episode, Leah and Luke make things out of clay, create some pine cone characters and look through the windows to see some other clay creations.
The kids tackle experiments in filming a home-made horror movie; mixing up lipstick in the kitchen; horror-themed photography; using inertia in a magic trick; how the shape of an aerofoil's wings create lift and lots more.
A quick trip to the shops proves tricky for Dad when Bingo and Bluey want to play a game of 'Kids'. Now Bluey is Mum, Bingo's her baby, and Dad is a very naughty boy.
Bingo and Bluey have five minutes to bed, just enough time to race to the summit of Mount Mumandad. But facing powerful storms, avalanches and stinky spots, this will take teamwork.
Join Emma and Teo as they make ice cube percussion instruments, use some old shoes as plant pots and look through the windows at some more types of musical instruments.
The kids explore experiments in trick photography that requires a balancing act; the components of everyday sand; an optical illusion based on convex and concave imagery and lots more.
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