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Maggie the Mommy - The world of make believe comes to life in the first episode. Maggie dons her mommy's hat and high heels and convinces Hamilton to play the baby while the Beast barks and wags like a dog. As they walk along they meet three singing cows and tumble down a hill. The roles reverse as Hamilton plays daddy and Maggie rests in the baby carriage. One, Two, Three - Maggie is watching her three real baby cousins, the triplets Oscar, Zach and Max. It takes Maggie, the Beast and Hamilton's full attention to keep track of the lively babies. Meanwhile they learn that babies don't always play the way you'd expect. A little mix up of identities is resolved when the three friends figure out which triplet is which by their unique actions. Nap Time - It's time for an afternoon rest, but no one can sleep. Maggie tries several solutions: water, blankets and earmuffs. But the best one of all is watching the clouds turn into sheep. These fluffy dream sheep provide a comfy cushion for their naps. Spring Cleaning - Hamilton Hocks thinks cleaning is the ultimate fun. He's scrubbing everything in his box. The Beast makes a mess when he tries out Hamilton's fascinating vacuum cleaner. After cleaning the rocks and trees for a while, Maggie and the Beast decide to head for the beach. Hamilton is torn between vacuuming the hills and the beach trip. Say Cheese - Hamilton is upset because Maggie has framed a picture of herself and the Beast and he doesn't have a similar picture of Maggie and himself to put in his box. At first he can't express his feelings, but Maggie finds a clever way to get the truth out of him and resolve the problem. In the end, all three friends follow Maggie's map to find the land of the llamas.
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Hoo wee and great googly-moogly! Maggie, Hamilton Hocks, and the Ferocious Beast are back for more kindhearted family fun in this 40-minute program. Did I say "family"? Though unrelated, the 5-year-old redhead and imaginary pals--Hammy, the tidy pig, and the large, but not-so-ferocious Beast--are as close as siblings. This installment of the fanciful Nick Jr. series consists of five episodes and several special guests. The first, "Maggie the Mommy," features three musical cows, the Moo Sisters, who stop to admire Maggie's "baby"--Hammy in a bonnet! "One, Two, Three" features triplets Max, Zack, and Oscar, and "Naptime" features a herd of sheep-like clouds that help the three friends take a siesta on a sunny hillside in Nowhere Land. We Are Family includes two other lively episodes, "Spring Cleaning" and "Say Cheese." All five encourage creative thinking and cooperation among children from 2 to 6 years old. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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