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Monty Kazoop is a spirited boy of six, whose best friend is the family pet pig Jimmy Jones. In each episode Monty confronts a grown-up preconception about the world and sets out to challenge it, embarking on a wild imaginary adventure with Jimmy Jones in search of fresh perspectives. Every adventure is set to a unique song and a rich variety of musical styles are covered across the series.From an imaginary trip to the savannah to a visit to an underwater world in a submarine, Monty scours his imagination as he challenges a different idea in each episode. For after all, who says the world works the way grown-ups think it should? Things can always be different if you just imagine...
On Monday, Jimmy Jones becomes jealous when Monty brings the class guinea pig home for the weekend. But after an imaginary trip to see animals in the savannah, Jimmy Jones learns that it's okay to have more than one best friend.
On Tuesday a beach trip is cancelled, but Monty discovers that you don't have to leave home to have a holiday.
In Wednesday's episode, an animal race in the back yard inspires Monty to travel back in time to discover if there were fast dinosaurs.
On Thursday the twosome borrow Gran's magnifying glass and imagine what the garden would look like if they were the size of bees.
And on Friday, Monty and Jimmy Jones travel to a messy cosmic world and take on the ‘sock-teroids' as they explore whether tidying up can really be fun.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Monty thinks Gran's soup might be the tastiest ever, but he wonders how you can know if something is the best in the world.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. After seeing an advertisement for the World Food Festival, Monty wonders if there are ways other than travelling to explore the world.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Jeanie wishes she was a famous popstar, but Monty wonders if being famous would really be as great as his sister thinks.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Monty discovers he is the only one in the family who can't whistle, but wonders if with practice you can perfect anything.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Monty doesn't think he is similar to anyone else in his family and wonders whether everyone in a family should be alike.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Monty wonders if it is possible to feel both happy and sad at the same time.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. When Jimmy Jones falls asleep doing some cloud-gazing Monty wonders what animals dream about.
Animated preschool series encouraging children, through imaginary adventures, to challenge the workings of the world. Monty wonders whether the Queen has perfect manners all the time, or whether even royalty slip up now and then.
Monty is dreaming up fantastical ways to get the new piano upstairs, but his family tell him that daydreaming won't help solve real problems.
Monty and Jimmy Jones think it would be exciting to have a pet lion and wonder why you can't keep wild animals at home.
Monty wonders if being the best is the most important thing, when Gran encourages him to win a painting competition.
Monty and Gran disagree over ice cream flavours, leaving him unsure if people who like different things can still be friends.
When Stan is too scared to go into the cellar, Monty wonders if even adults get scared.
The Kazoops house is feeling a bit crowded, so Monty imagines what it would be like if he and Jimmy Jones lived by themselves.
When Stan is sick and resting in bed, Monty tries to find a quiet game to play, but wonders if all the best games are noisy.
After he forgets to do his chores and empty his lunchbox, Monty wonders if it's possible for someone to remember everything.
Stan doesn't want to dance because he's not good at it, leaving Monty wondering if you have to be good at things to enjoy them.
Jeanie thinks her computer game is awesome, but Monty wonders how it can be more fun than playing with friends in real life.
Monty and Stan refuse to taste a strange-looking fruit, but Monty soon realises that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover.
When Stan tells Monty and Jimmy Jones that it's time to leave the park, Monty wonders why fun things have to come to an end.
Monty thinks mums and dads can fix everything, until his tell him they won't be able to repair his broken toy helicopter.
Jeanie gets mad when she doesn't win a game, leaving Monty wondering whether you can turn a sore loser into a good loser.
Monty is struggling to make a huge gift for Jimmy Jones, and starts to wonder if the best things might come in small packages.
Monty discovers Jimmy Jones is sad and tries to cheer him up, but wonders why everyone can't be happy all the time.
The Kazoops struggle to work as a team when building their new table tennis table.
During a game of hide and seek, Monty wonders whether there is a way to hide other than in or behind something.
When Stan gets a splinter in his finger, Monty ponders if laughter really can be the best medicine.
Monty's friend has heaps of fun toys, and he and Jimmy Jones imagine what it would be like to have everything you want.
Jeanie tells Monty that going around in circles won't help find their missing keys, but Monty isn't so sure.
Monty doesn't have any money to get his Mum a birthday gift, and wonders if a gift has to be big or cost money to be special.
When Monty sees Violet enjoying doing absolutely nothing, he starts to wonder if it is a good thing to take a break and relax.
When Violet tells Monty that a problem is too big for a little boy to solve, he wonders if only big people can solve big problems.
A teacher asks Monty to paint something new instead of repeating himself, but Monty thinks repetition can sometimes be useful.
Monty is avoiding taking a bath and wonders if you really need to get wet to get clean.
Monty is going for a sleepover, but he is worried about being away from Jimmy Jones.
Monty is disappointed by the ending of a story Gran reads to him and questions if you can change the way a story ends.
Monty overpacks his bag for the family camping trip, but soon realises that fewer things can mean more fun.
When Monty's friend doesn't return a toy that he's borrowed, Monty decides to stop sharing his things.
The Kazoops family get lost in the middle of nowhere, but they soon discover a change of scenery can be as good as a holiday.
Monty and Jimmy Jones embark on a musical journey to discover all the different ways music can make you feel.
After he's teased at school, Monty worries that he is too old for cuddly toys and wonders if you can ever be too old to play.
The Kazoops are frustrated by grey clouds ruining their plans, so Monty sets out to show them that clouds are great.
Monty is surprised that his mum doesn't find her job exciting, and wonders if things become dull if they you do them every day.
Monty is puzzled when his cousin Flora doesn't enjoy playing the same way he does.
When Monty has questions that Stan and Violet can't answer, he wonders if there is anyone who knows everything.
Violet is planning a surprise getaway for Stan, but Monty struggles to keep it a secret.
Monty is pretending to be a pig, but when his family tell him that people can't behave like animals, he begins to wonder why.
When Gran tells Monty that good things come to those who wait, he wonders how it could possibly be better to wait for something than to have it right away.
Monty tries to convince his family that Jimmy Jones is more than just a cuddly pet.
Monty breaks Jeanie's science project and is scared to tell her the truth, but soon discovers that honesty is the best policy.
Monty is teased by a school friend for having a strange family and begins to wish the Kazoops were more like everyone else.
Monty is nervous about trying skateboarding and begins wondering why some people just seem to have courage and others don't.
Monty gets a new toy robot and wonders whether it is better to keep it shiny and clean in the box or to have fun playing with it.
Monty is upset when he makes a mistake constructing a paper plane, but learns that mistakes can be useful sometimes.
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