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Clarence is a spirited boy who sees the best in everything. His unique perspective on life transforms even a mundane situation into one that is interesting or fun. Epic dirt fights, awkward crushes and secret tree forts are all par for the course for the youngster, who shares his experiences with his family and friends. That group includes his best friends, scrappy Sumo and cautious Jeff, patient mom Mary, and her laid-back boyfriend, Chad. Clarence's adventures should be familiar to many people from their own childhoods, but he takes them to the limit.

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Clarence feels the call of the wild and decides to live a life free of the modern world; with a few friends, Clarence finds a place to live in the wild, but realizes he lacks basic survival skills.
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Fostering newfound intellectual Sumo.
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Clarence is in disbelief when he learns his best friend Belson has a new girlfriend named Pipi; but when he observes their less than romantic behavior, he decides that he needs to teach them the ways of love.
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When Clarence starts to play around with his home video camera, he becomes increasingly drawn into the world of filmmaking.
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Clarence spends a day outside with his toy RC car, which he names Carla; Clarence becomes convinced Carla has a mind of her own and decides to follow her to new adventures.
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Mary buys a new trampoline for the family, but an accident lands her on the couch for a while; determined to fight the boredom of being stuck indoors, she discovers her neighbor may be hiding something exciting.
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When Clarence's neighbor Gale recruits him to dog sit for her, he knows it will be a breeze; however, Gale's dog proves to be a little more challenging than he expects.
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After a marathon of classic sitcom episodes, Clarence becomes stuck as alter-ego Clarry, an obnoxiously overacting sitcom version of himself, and his friends and family must help him snap out of it.
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Clarence throws a big talent show in his yard to showcase all the fun hidden talents of his friends, but when Brady claims he has no talent, Clarence sets out to prove that everyone has something special to share.
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After Clarence accidentally knocks Belson's new video game down a storm drain, Belson enters a sewer tunnel to retrieve it; when Belson doesn't return, Clarence must decide whether to go in after him.
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Clarence and his friends play a game of capture the flag, and everyone wants to take control of the crown and the power to control the neighborhood's juice boxes.
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Clarence enlists his eccentric neighbor, Larry, to take them out for ice cream.
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Clarence gets on the wrong bus during a field trip.
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A high school party is investigated by Clarence, Jeff and Sumo, who think it's an alien invasion.
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When Aberdale Elementary's beloved playground equipment is replaced with safe, boring alternatives, Clarence and the gang seek out their old playground equipment in the legendary lost playground yard.
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Clarence thinks he can manipulate time and given an ultimate choice: help his friends or pause time and have fun.
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Clarence breaks an arcade game that Jeff likes to play, so he must find an alternative.
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Clarence and his pals venture to the Aberdale Renaissance Faire.
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Clarence enters the dreamscape over Aberdale and experiences the dreams of his friends and neighbors.
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As Mary runs errands, Clarence waits in the car and struggles to fight boredom.
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When Chad takes Clarence on a rugged camping trip, Clarence takes steps to make things less cushy.

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