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Beastly Picture - Maggie has painted a wonderful portrait of the Beast. When the Beast accidentally ruins the painting, he tries to paint a replacement, but it's very hard to paint with big beastly paws. His artwork sure doesn't fool Maggie, but she loves it just the same. The Big Duck - Who is that big duck in the River of Dreams and why is she following Maggie, Hamilton and the Beast? Hamilton and the Beast are a little scared of her, but Maggie makes friends with the Duck and finds out she just wants to give them a ride across the river. Hamilton's Pet - Hamilton finds a friendly little fish in the River of Dreams and decides to keep him for a pet. He puts Fishy in a baby carriage and takes him for a walk, but Fishy looks very unhappy. Realizing that his pet is homesick, Hamilton decides to take him back go the River and says goodbye. My One and Only Box - Maggie, Hamilton and the Beast are having great fun making snow sculptures and snow angels and throwing snowballs. Hamilton's box makes a very good sled, until it hits a rock and is torn. Hamilton is filled with remorse and sings a sad little song about his beloved box. Maggie eventually saves the day, fixing the tear with one of the Beast's spots. Mr. Shivers - Maggie has a magic snow globe that makes it snow in Nowhere Land. The three friends build a snowman that comes to life as the jovial Mr. Shivers. When the sun comes out, they must escort Mr. Shivers to the top of the Highest Mountain, where it's always snowy and he won't have to worry about melting.
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When Nick Jr. swung open its stable of shows to Maggie and the Ferocious Beast, a super-size saddle full of spunk charged in; here's a series so full of lovable kooks it'll forever flatten tired old cartoon conceits for kids 2 to 6. Maggie, based on the mother-son books and starring a 5-year-old dynamo who'll put parents in mind of Peanuts' Frieda minus the primping, sweeps kids into an imaginary oasis alongside polka-dotted pussycat Beast and fussy pig Hamilton Hocks. There they knock around, making friends and figuring life out in these episodes. (In "The Big Duck," a feathered humongo frightens Hamilton and Beast until Maggie sets things right.) The adventures cast spells and the dialogue is smart, but it's the pouring on of personality that puts Maggie's Nowhere Land on the map. This is a crew that'll convert the uninitiated before they can say "great googly-moogly." --Tammy La Gorce
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