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Curious aliens get to experience everyday life for a typical suburban family in this CGI-animated series that takes place in a real house. The aliens, who are each 4 inches tall, are observing Earth as part of their first mission away from their home planet, Floog, which means everything they experience is new to the pint-sized Floogals. Even a simple task like using a toothbrush takes a lot of ingenuity for the aliens to figure out. They must keep their true identities a secret when they are discovered by an 8-year-old fan of science fiction, who thinks their spaceship -- which landed in a yard-sale box -- is a toy that he hangs in his room alongside other toy spacecraft and stars. Each day the Floogals surreptitiously explore the household to find out about the peculiar behavior of the "hoomans" and their belongings as part of their mission. By the end of each episode, they compile a report about their latest findings, which they send back to Floog.

Latest episodes

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The Floogals learn about singing and vacuum cleaners.
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The Floogals discover the joys of camping when they observe the Hooman kids putting up a tent; the Floogals discover the wonders of aluminum foil.
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The Floogals learn about birthday cakes and decorations.
aired 8 days ago
On a trip to the local farm, the Floogals meet a sheep and are fascinated as to why it's so fluffy.
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Flo makes friends with a robot; Boomer's become very fond of the 3 stripy caterpillars the kids are keeping in the shed.
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The Floogals learn about dust and clean it up to hide evidence of their existence; The Floogals learn about clay.
aired 9 days ago
When Fleeker's Floogalzooger is accidentally placed inside an ice pop mold, the Floogals endeavor to get it back and discover what appears to be frozen drinks that one can hold.
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The Floogals learn about painting; an egg hunt.
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The Floogals are confused by a dog's leash, thinking it is a device to make the dog happy.
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Whirring robotic tools turn out to be toothbrushes; glue leads to a sticky adventure.
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The Floogals believe a mirror is a portal to another world complete with clones of themselves; the Floogals attempt to use a banana as a power source.
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Floogals learn how seeds become flowers.
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The Floogals mess up time while investigating clocks.
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The Floogals learn about hoses and boxes.
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The Floogals make shadow puppets; the Floogals learn about records.
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The Floogals discover the joy of blowing bubbles.
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The Floogals Investigate an ice cube.
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The Floogals must learn the difficult task of assembling the Girl Hooman's jigsaw puzzle when they inadvertently scatter its many pieces on the floor; the Boy Hooman's remote-controlled toy helicopter accidentally carries away Boomer.
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The Floogals mistake a balloon for a monster; the Floogals use teamwork to make music while they learn about the trumpet.
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When the Boy Hooman brings a classroom tortoise home for the weekend, the Floogals question why this special moving rock is worthy of so much attention; the Floogals experience firsthand the thrilling cycle of being washed and dried.
aired 16 days ago
The Floogals try to help Girl Hooman conquer her fear of the closet.

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