Mustard Pancakes

2016 TV-G

Mustard Pancakes celebrates the joy of childhood through the power of music, storytelling and appealing characters. The series invites viewers 3-6 years old into a nurturing environment where characters supportd each other’s growth and work together to overcome the day-to-day challenges all children face. Mustard Pancakes features loveable and funny Courtney Campbell abd a family of fun-loving puppets including three dogs; Oogleberry Ink Dog, Tiny Tina Ten Toes and Mo- and the lone cat, Mr. D Campbell.

1. Mustard Pancakes

Courtney decides to take a family photo. Oogleberry is not sure about his position in Courtney’s home, so he volunteers to take the picture. He learns that he is an important member of Courtney’s family.

2. See How the Garden Grows

Courtney is very disappointed when, at the last minute, her brother Johnny cancels a much anticipated dinner. The gang join together to make a special dinner for Courtney to cheer her up. Courtney experiences first hand how great it is to have good friends.

3. Oggleberry Ink Dog

Oogleberry is sprayed by a skunk and he is embarrassed to ask for help. He learns that when you need help, for whatever reason, you should always ask.

4. Tongue Twister

Mr. D tricks Mo into thinking she has a rare, albeit ridiculous, illness so that Mo will join him in eating breakfast instead of waiting for the rest of the gang, as Courtney had requested. Mr. D learns that playing tricks on people is not a good thing to do.

5. A Suitcase for Mr. D

Mr. D is accidentally locked out of the house. The others are unaware that he has gone outside and do not hear him calling for help. Mr. D is mistaken when he assumes that nobody cares about him. He later finds out that he is cared for a lot.

6. Jumpin’ Jake’s Song

Mr. D is accidentally locked out of the house. The others are unaware that he has gone outside and do not hear him calling for help. Mr. D is mistaken when he assumes that nobody cares about him. He later finds out that he is cared for a lot.

7. The Dancing Princess

When Tiny Tina’s dancing disrupts everybody else’s activities, she decides to stop dancing for good. Tiny Tina realizes that if she respects the space of others she can keep on dancing, and everyone is happy.

8. Red Raincoat

Courtney, Mo, Tiny Tina, Mr. D and Oogleberry decide to make pizza. The gang learns that working together and respecting each other’s differences and tastes can result in a delicious pizza!

9. Tap, Tap, Tap

A loud tapping sound is heard throughout the house. Oogleberry is constructing his new invention, an automatic kibble dispenser. Mo, Tiny Tina and Mr. D set out to create their own invention. Everyone gets frustrated when their inventions don’t work. Courtney encourages them to keep trying and to do their best.

10. A Very Loud Snore

A very loud snore wakes everyone up. It’s Mo! Mo does not want to disturb the others with her snoring, so she tries not to sleep…making for a very tired Mo. The gang encourages Mo to sleep, snoring and all, because Mo is important to them.

11. The Camel with a Runny Nose

Courtney comes down with a bad cold, causing the cancellation of a picnic with Mo, Tiny Tina Ten Toes, Oogleberry Ink Dog and Mr. D. To cheer her up, her family surprises her with an indoor picnic. Also: Oogleberry learns how to make people feel better .

12. We Are All Together

Courtney returns from a trip and each one of the gang has a special gift for her. The gang begins to argue over who will be the first to give Courtney her gift. They realize that if they are patient they will all have a turn, and that Courtney is happy with all the gifts…no matter who goes first.

13. The Singing King

Courtney brings out a basket full of musical instruments for everyone to play. Mo learns the keyboard, Oogleberry learns the harmonica, Tiny Tina learns the bongos and Mr. D uses his voice. Everyone learns that practice makes you better.

Quote of the day

Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope.