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When a new child moves into the neighborhood, Maxx is nervous about meeting her. With the help of Dooley and her friends, Maxx is able to recall when Dooley was the "new kid" on the block and eventually works up the courage to welcome the new friend to the neighborhood. Maxx, Dooley and their pals learn that we can become friends with all sorts of people, no matter how different or similar to us they are. TV-G
TV-G The kids would rather play than clean the yard, but when Dooley trips and nearly hurts himself, the children learn that it’s important to take care of responsibilities - and when working with a friend or two, work can be play.
TV-G Mom reads a fairytale to the kids and it triggers fantasies about making wishes. They take turns imagining themselves in different places. When M.A.R.T.I.E has trouble learning to use his imagination the kids teach him how to pretend.
TV-G Chris gets new shoes, but he doesn’t want to wear them; he likes his old shoes. Dooley decides to get new shoes, too, but also has trouble saying goodbye to his old shoes. The kids learn not to be afraid of change.
TV-G When M.A.R.T.I.E. and Dooley think their spaceship is haunted, Nick and Michael seize the opportunity to play some “ghostly” tricks. The boys soon learn that having fun at the expense of others isn’t really fun at all.
TV-G Dooley and his pals learn about rhythm in a day of song and dance. Chris is afraid he won’t be able to dance as well as his friends, but soon learns that if he follows his own rhythm, he can never go wrong.
TV-G When Dooley and M.A.R.T.I.E. make another “alien faux pas,” they are embarrassed about being different. Through a variety of examples, everyone learns that differences are what make life interesting. We can learn from our differences and enjoy the things we share.
TV-G On the day that Dr. Arvid teaches the kids about primates, a game of “monkey see, monkey do” gets out of hand. Chris learns that he needs to think for himself, not blindly follow Nick. Nick learns that he can be a good role model for Chris.
TV-G Pretending to be pirates, the kids follow clues to a hidden treasure. The clues remind them of many fun days playing in the backyard. M.A.R.T.I.E. learns that memories are a more valuable treasure than gold.