Lah-Lah is on her balcony watering her flowers when she gets a call to go over to the band's house. Lah-Lah arrives to find Squeezy Sneezy having a sneeze attack. She takes charge - Squeezy Sneezy obviously has a cold. They give him a blanket and soup, even a beanie to keep his head warm but nothing seems to work. Maybe it's not a cold, maybe Squeezy Sneezy is allergic to something? The band performs an allergy test on Squeezy Sneezy.
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Something is definitely not quite right with Buzz today. Everything he's doing is backwards: his music, his conducting, he's even walking backwards. The whole day is going backwards. They need to get Buzz turned around and back in order - one, two, three. Lah-Lah comes up with an idea to have breakfast for dinner to reset Buzz.
Charlie is Magic. Lola knows this for a fact. He has a new magic set and he can make coins appear from behind her ears! Lola wants to be magic too. She practices and practises and practises, but the magic just doesn't seem to work and she cannot make her magic white rabbit disappear. Then suddenly something magic really happens!
Carrick is building a hot-air balloon and asks, how do hot air balloons stay up in the sky? The friends meet Muldoon, the hot air balloon, who tells them that the hot air in his balloon raises it into the sky and keeps it there.
Lola and Lotta are practising their song for the school concert that evening. Then Lola gets a fit of the hiccups. Everyone tries to help Lola get rid of her hiccups, but will they go before the big performance?
All anybody can talk about is how cool scooters are. LBB starts to feel anything but cool as she only has a bike, until she remembers how much she loves her bike. So what does it matter what anybody else thinks about it?
Lah-Lah tries to inspire the band to tidy up their room but they get distracted and start playing the instruments they discover while cleaning up. Lah-Lah finally convinces them to pack up the old instruments so they can head off to the local school to share them with the kids. The kids at the school have a great time jamming with the band. Tom Tom decides to give away a toy he was going to keep.
Possum tries to help Sally set up a tent up in the backyard. However, he doesn't follow the instructions and doesn't assemble it properly. Sally finds the instructions and Possum sets up the tent. Presented in Auslan and English.
Lah-Lah is in a great mood, only to find the band are all in a terrible mood. They've been trying to rehearse a new song but it sounds terrible. Lah-Lah suggests they go to the park to rehearse because it always puts them in a good mood. On the bus they meet Helen the opera singer and learn about long and short notes. This really helps the band perfect their new song which now sounds great!
Brewster and Maggie visit Brandon Badger. He wonders: Why do trees get rid of their leaves in autumn? They meet a little acorn who tells them that the leaves fall off to help the tree survive in winter.
Lola's favourite red shiny shoes no longer fit, and Dad insists that she gets a new pair of shoes. Lola is not having any of it; her old red, shiny shoes are her favourite and she is definitely not going to change them, not ever.
LBB, Faye and Timmy have entered a dance competition but LBB seems to have lost all sense of rhythm. It couldn't have anything to do with her dissuading her grandparents from entering the competition too, could it?
LBB has overheard her parents talking about moving house. LBB doesn't want to move, she loves living where she does. With Pink Bear, she comes to realise that anywhere can be a home as long as you are with loved ones.
Brewster slips on a globe and Hamish wonders: Why does the world look flat? The friends become astronauts and talk to the moon. He tells them that because they are so small compared to the Earth, that it looks flat to them.
It's ever so easy for Charlie to make Lola jump. But what Lola wants more than anything is to make Charlie jump. This proves quite tricky. Lola tries everything. She asks her best friend Lotta and Marv to help her make Charlie jump. They try hiding, ghosts and really really scary stories. Soon Charlie, too, is longing to jump. Will nothing work?
A surprise school trip is planned and as Charlie, Marv and Lotta speculate about where it might be. Lola starts to worry that she might get lost. Bright clothes and whistles come into play in an attempt to avoid getting lost.
Tom Tom is always building new drum sets. This time he's borrowed Buzz's band leader shoes to add to his drum kit and Buzz is not happy. How can Buzz go outside without his shoes? Lah-Lah suggests maybe they could get Buzz some new bandleader shoes - his old shoes are kind of old and stinky anyway. So they get on the bus and head down town to the shoe store. Along the way they meet Steve who plays the conga.
We bears live a solitary life but when it comes to hunting we take it as a reunion. We love to catch and eat fish in the river where we spend a lot of our time but the forest is also our home. We have a lot of animal neighbours such as buffalos, seagulls, coyotes but we never really like to meet with wolves. Everyone is a bit different, because everyone lives differently. That's why it is better to not mingle with others and stay with your own kind.
Grandpa drives everyone mad listening to marching music on his radio the whole time, very loud. When the batteries die, the family try and find other ways for Grandpa to listen to his music without disturbing them all.
Outside the weather is boiling hot. Lola, Charlie and Arnold Wolf try to cool down with fanning, panting and then ice creams. But Arnold takes a rather big bite of Lola's ice-cream and the whole thing plops to the ground.
Lola the double bass is not feeling very happy. Buzz is concerned and explains that Lola feels like the odd one out, she doesn't look or sound like any other members of the band. They head off to the double bass shop and on the bus they meet the Stringalings who are part of the string family, the same family as Lola. Lola now has two families; the string family and the band.
Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see meerkats in South Africa. Andy finds the meerkats are as sleepy as he is. He has his picture taken with them and then sets off find some insects for their breakfast.
Lola and Lotta know everything about dogs and are really pleased when Marv lets them look after Sizzles. It all goes well until Sizzles disappears. Then they find not just one Sizzle, but two! How will they tell them apart?
Michelle and Nigel help Ben and Tobin with their zombie movie-making, taking inspiration from a top make-up artist. Find out how to make a Gross Gift to prank your friends, a bookend out of wrapping paper and a gift bag out of newspaper. We check in with the 'Totally Famous' Damien Hirst and we check out how to make a fantastic picture in the sand!
Possum's friend Jay, brings a special surprise for Possum. What has Sally and Jay set up for him in the yard? Jay stays to have fun with Possum pretending they are classmates at school, and who will be the teacher?
Sally and Possum enjoy a wonderful bush walk to learn more about other trees. Possum wants to collect some of the lovely leaves. Instead, they find a way of recreating their memories when they get home.