Keen to impress his teacher and win a gold star, accident-prone Zog might just grow up to be the best dragon ever ... with the help of a little girl.
In a world that challenges assumptions of what anyone should fear, it turns out monsters are more afraid of children than the kids are of them.
The Heelers take a long riverside walk, but Bingo's legs are tired and she wants a piggyback. To distract her, mum and dad invent fun games and get her little legs moving again.
Bingo and Bluey want mum and dad to smoochy kiss, so they set up a romantic evening for two at their fancy restaurant. Everything goes to plan, until chef Bingo's special arrives.
Jack's the new dog at school and the newest recruit in Rusty's army. Jack struggles with following instructions and always forgets his hat, but Rusty will make a soldier of him yet.
All aboard the Dad Train! Bingo goes from home to daycare to her job at the vet every morning, but there's trouble on the line as a mischievous Bluey throws everyone off schedule.
Bluey plays mum to a brood of bouncy balloons, including an irrepressible floater named Greenie. But she soon discovers that mothering is much harder than she imagined.
An easygoing father's life is suddenly turned upside down when his car hits a real-life bigfoot. Thinking it's dead, they bring it home only to find that it is quite alive.
When dad shows the kids how to use their old baby-harness, a new game is born: Dad Baby! But dad is unprepared for the harsh realities of giving birth to a baby Bingo.
Mum must get Bluey and Bingo out the door in time for a playdate, but they can't leave before they finish their game: waiting for a sticky rubber gecko to drop from the ceiling.
Bluey and Bingo want everyone to play charades, but Muffin and Socks are too young to understand the rules and Nanna must think quickly to keep the game on track.
On Bingo and Bluey's Rug Island, a pack of felt pens can be anything: bananas, campfires, even a snake. But Dad will need to embrace his inner kid if he wants to make it his home.
When Bluey has a playdate at Chloe's, Bingo must learn how to play by herself. But all the games she knows need more than one person! Luckily, Dad has a problem that needs solving.
Dad refuses to be late dropping off Bluey and Bingo at kindy and school, but the girls make Dad play so many games, they quickly derail his plan.
When Bluey accidentally makes Bingo upset playing a game at dinner, she will do anything to make her happy again - even changing the rules of the game. But nothing seems to work.
Dad and his mates hit the backyard, ready to rip up some tree stumps. But when Bluey and Bingo take over a stump as a nail salon, Dad finds he's got some negotiating to do.
During a game of hairdressers, Bluey discovers that big-headed customer Dad has nits. To help treat them, Bingo has to find her voice, while Bluey has to find her ears.
In this heart-warming story that proves that a robot can shine no matter what he or she is made of, we meet memorable bots Rodney Copperbottom (Ewan McGregor), a young genius inventor who dreams of helping robots everywhere; Cappy (Halle Berry), a beautiful, dynamic and savvy bot with whom Rodney is instantly smitten; the nefarious corporate tyrant Ratchet (Greg Kinnear) who locks horns with Rodney; Bigweld (Mel Brooks), a master inventor who has lost his way; and a group of misfit 'bots known as the Rusties, led by Fender (Robin Williams) and Piper Pinwheeler (Amanda Bynes).
When dad and Uncle Stripe play a game of squash, Bluey and Bingo are in control of their every move, and Bingo proves that big siblings don't always beat little siblings.
Bluey and mum are off to Chloe's party, and Bingo isn't invited. But armed with a magic featherwand that makes things incredibly heavy, Bingo can now stop them leaving the house.
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