Oswald 1 Season 2001

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1. Rollerskating/ I Guess You Never Know TV-Y CC

Oswald watches Daisy twirl on her rollerskates and is encouraged to try./Oswald's favorite television show ends with the message - may your day be filled with surprises.

Starring:
J. Grant Albrecht, Debi Derryberry
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
August 27, 2001

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    1. Rollerskating/ I Guess You Never Know Oswald watches Daisy twirl on her rollerskates and is encouraged to try./Oswald's favorite television show ends with the message - may your day be filled with surprises.

    TV-Y 24min August 27, 2001
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    2. Sleepover/Big Banana Tonight Oswald and Weenie are sleeping over Henry's apartment! It's Weenie's very first sleepover./Oswald and Weenie plant a banana seed.

    TV-Y 24min August 28, 2001
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    3. Leaky Faucet/Catrina's Birthday Oswald and Weenie discover a drip coming from the kitchen sink./Madame Butterfly is planning a birthday party for Catrina.

    TV-Y 24min August 29, 2001
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    4. The Polka-Dot/The Marshmallow Oswald finds an umbrella in Big City Park./Oswald is hosting a tea party but doesn't have enough marshmallows.

    TV-Y 24min August 21, 2001
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    5. Chasing The Ice-Cream/Camping Trip Oswald and Weenie hear Johnny's Ice Cream Truck from their window.They run downstairs to only to find that the truck has already left.

    TV-Y 24min August 20, 2001
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    6. Daisy Wants To Play An Instument/Ball Of Yarn Oswald plays the piano in his living room. Daisy taps her leaf hands in time to the music. She'd love to be able to play the piano like Oswald, but her banging noises sound nothing like Oswald's pleasant tunes.

    TV-Y 24min August 22, 2001
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    7. Down In The Dumps/The Birdhouse Oswald cleans out his apartment and plans to throw away his useless junk. As he heads to the dump, he meets Henry, who is happy to take Oswald's broken rake - he can use it to scratch his feathers!

    TV-Y 24min August 23, 2001
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    8. Haircut/Filppy The Fish Henry has a feather sticking up from his head! Oswald suggests that he visit the barber, but Henry thinks it will hurt and refuses. Instead, he makes many attempts to slick the stray feather back, but nothing works.

    TV-Y 24min August 24, 2001
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    9. Clouds/Pongo The Friendly Dragon After admiring his friends' collections of various objects, Oswald becomes inspired to start a collection of his own. He decides to collect clouds, but discovers that some things should just be admired and not kept.

    TV-Y 24min September 10, 2001
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    10. Picnic/The Big Parade Oswald, Weenie and Henry go on a picnic. Henry only makes enough food for three, but Oswald keeps inviting friends to join them. Henry's worried about the lack of food , but luckily, everyone manages to contribute.

    TV-Y 13min September 17, 2001
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    11. The Go-Kart Race/Autumn Leaves Oswald and Weenie are preparing to race in the Big City Go-Kart Race. But Oswald stops to help his friends get their go-karts ready, and he misses the start of the race.

    TV-Y 24min September 24, 2001
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    12. Henry Wants To Fly/Fixing The Piano Henry is sad because he can't fly like the other birds. Oswald and Daisy try to help him realize his dream.

    TV-Y 24min March 8, 2002
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    13. Daisy and the Duckling/The Double Date Oswald and Daisy find a duckling who's lost her mother. With the help of the Egg Twins, Madame Butterfly and Johnny Snowman, they search all over town, but can't find her anywhere.

    TV-Y 24min March 15, 2002
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    14. Sniffles/The Broken Vase Oswald goes out into Big City to get some cocoa and a newspaper for Henry, who has a bad case of the Arctic Sniffles.

    TV-Y 24min March 21, 2002
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    15. Odd One Out/Goodbye Best Friend Oswald is excited to meet Henry's cousin, Louie. But the two penguins have a great time all by themselves. Oswald feels left out, but once Henry and Louie catch up on old times, they seek Oswald out.

    TV-Y 24min September 15, 2003
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    16. The Tomato Garden/Bird Watching Oswald plants a tomato garden, but soon discovers that snails are feasting on his succulent plants.

    TV-Y 24min September 16, 2003
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    17. The Pet Show/Goin' Fishing Oswald brings Weenie to the Big City Pet Show. But Weenie doesn't do well in the competition, because she's more concerned about a runaway woodpecker chipping away at the tent pole.

    TV-Y 24min September 24, 2002
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    18. The Naughty Cat/The Giant Egg Oswald offers to watch Roderick Robot's mechanical cat, Tinsel. Oswald thinks it will be easy, but Tinsel's mischievous behavior makes it a hard afternoon.

    TV-Y 24min September 25, 2002
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    19. Sticky Situation/Tutti-Frutti Pie Daisy and Oswald decide to make sticky honey buns - but it's not long before the recipe goes wrong. Oswald keeps getting distracted by friends who need help and Catrina follows his example and helps a Mother Bird gather food.

    TV-Y 24min September 26, 2002
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    20. A Day At The Beach/Sand Sculpture Contest Oswald and the gang go to the beach. Henry doesn't like the idea of getting wet, and Oswald has to protect him from Daisy's reckless splashing around.

    TV-Y 24min February 15, 2002
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    21. Job for a Day/The Perfect Match When Johnny Snowman comes down with a cold, Oswald offers to make a delivery for him, and drives off in the ice-cream truck

    TV-Y 24min September 27, 2002
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    22. Friends Indeed/Sammy Starfish Oswald finds himself in the middle when Henry and Daisy have an argument and stop talking to each other.

    TV-Y 24min September 23, 2002
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    23. Catrina's First Snow/The Snow Festival Oswald babysits Catrina and takes her outside on a snowy day. Oswald comes across his friends who are building snow forts and making snow angels.

    TV-Y 24min September 17, 2003
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    24. The Biggest Wish/Stopped Clock Oswald catches a firefly, and gets to make a wish on it. But he can't decide what the perfect wish should be. He asks all his friends for advice, but none of their wishes are what he would wish for.

    TV-Y 24min September 18, 2003
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    25. Hide & Seek/Weenie Takes a Bath Oswald and Weenie play a game of Hide and Seek that unexpectedly turns into a game of Lost and Found when Weenie disappears. Worried, Oswald looks all over Big City in search of his pet.

    TV-Y 24min September 19, 2003
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    26. (Oswald Saves the Day) The Big Balloon Rescue/Snow to Go Oswald gives a balloon to Catrina, but a strong wind carries her off into the sky. Oswald and Weenie commandeer the hot air balloon and finally rescue her - but now how do they get back?

    TV-Y 24min July 22, 2002

Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Starring J. Grant Albrecht, Debi Derryberry
Supporting actors David L. Lander, Laraine Newman, Daran Norris, Tony Orlando, Fred Savage, Crystal Scales, Jay Underwood, Mel Winkler
Season year 2002
Network Nick Jr.
Executive Producer Steve Socki
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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16 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MacroVision on July 10, 2011
I can't remember how I came across this little gem of a show but it certainly was quite a find. It is a calming, sweet, endearing show with characters that represent different personality types that all manage to get along quite nicely and teaches great lessons on friendship and kindness. My 3 year old son who normally watches Blue's Clues and Caillou, the positive Caillou only, has been very fond of this show from the start. It calms him down and he can lay still for an entire two shows no problem. He'd watch more but we have to put a limit. I highly recommend this adorable show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By joe on January 16, 2014
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the series is set in a colorful world populated by a cast of anthropomorphic animals, mythological creatures, or humanoid beings resembling plants or vegetables and follows the daily experiences of an anthropomorphic blue octopus named Oswald, accompanied by his beloved pet dachshund (designed as a hot dog) appropriately named Weenie and their life in the cheerful and whimsically-designed community of Big City. Commonly, the program concentrates on Oswald's experiences with friends, acquaintances, and neighbors—including Henry, a talking penguin and Daisy, a humanoid, anthropomorphic daisy, among others—and his patient methods of coping with or tolerating different average situations or dilemmas, along with his thoroughly positive, optimistic outlook on life.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Autumn M. on July 1, 2013
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My son is 3.5 years old and finds the show entertaining. It is humerous yet has good lessons on each episode.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SavvyShopper on June 23, 2013
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Our four pre-schoolers and we love Oswald! It's a calming show with no violence that really holds their attention. I'm so glad we found it among the other great kids shows on Amazon Instant Video.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris McCray on January 19, 2014
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I occasionally put Oswald on for my four year old. I don't mind watching it with him because the writers cleverly put in a variety of personalities and challenges that we all face. The overall tone is very calm and slower-paced, a perfect polar opposite to today's OCD world of crazy, flashy toons. Oswald always tips his hat to passers-by, even animals. He upholds the greatest respect to everyone, even those who try to bring him down.

I highly recommend Oswald to anyone who doesn't want their child to act like a lunatic, imitating their favorite cartoons. If they choose to mimic Oswald, the world would be a much better place.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Heston on June 30, 2013
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I love the "pace" of Oswald. It is one of the few cartoons I will sit and watch with my grandkids. It captivates my three year old granddaughter and I love watching her watch it. It is so unlike so many of the fast and furious type cartoons.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By my opinion on November 20, 2013
This show is so sweet. My 3-year-old son loves it. Oswald is an octopus that has a variety of friends (a penguin, flower, snowman, butterfly, among others). The show is really just about Oswald having adventures and interacting with his friends during his day. I saw that a couple of the reviews said it could teach more. It doesn't really teach things like numbers and letters but I think there are a lot of lessons to be learned here. It has problem solving, but more importantly, it teaches about how to interact with others. In one episode a big dragon, Pongo, joins the show. He is so big that he really doesn't fit in but in the end, Pongo finds his place on the show (and becomes one of the regular characters). There is a lot of kindness on this show and no violence which is a big plus. It is one of those shows that my husband and I don't mind watching. I really recommend it for younger children.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Lamberjack on February 10, 2013
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This is a very calming show for little ones. Even my 5 year old likes the "soothingness" of it. Catchy little jingles and lots of polite conversation in this show. I enjoy watching myself. Wish Amazon had more seasons through Amazon prime for free.
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