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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.

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The Floogals discover table tennis.
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The Floogals discover a broken kite and wonder how something made of wood, paper and string can fly.
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The Floogals see a rainbow in the sky outside on a rainy day.
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The Floogals investigate in what ways Dad Hooman uses his pencil.
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Something steals Dad's veggies from his plot in the garden, and he gets upset.
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The Floogals discover table tennis.
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When the Hoomans wear costumes and adorn their house with spooky decorations for a Halloween party, the Floogals believe trouble-making aliens have invaded the household.
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Boomer doesn't like sand since it's slippery and he doesn't feel safe on it, but Fleeker can surf down it on a leaf.
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The Floogals mistake a hamster cage for a spaceship and a hamster for a furry alien.
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Caterpillars disappear, prompting a search.
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Alien explorers encounter a bandage for the first time and try to work out what it is.
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Mom's lost ring is the last piece Boomer needs for an invention.
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The Floogals learn about Easter Egg hunting.
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The Floogals investigation into what rubber bands are and how they're used by the Hoomans comes in handy when they accidentally break the Boy Hooman's school project.
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Mom and Girl Hooman are excited about a seed packet, indicating that the flowers in the garden came out of the packet.
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Mom Hooman's excited when she receives a delivery of boxes; the Floogals can't understand why something so plain would inspire such excitement.
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The Floogals discover the joys of making shadow puppets.
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The Floogals learn about babies when Aunt Samantha visits.
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The Floogals investigate the kids' bubbles, convinced they're made by a magic wand similar to the one in the story the kids read.
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The Floogals experience a sleepover.
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When an ice cube lands on the kitchen floor on a hot summer day, the Floogals investigate, leading to an adventure that includes speed skating and scaling the giant refrigerator.
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Boomer falls in love with the tiny ballerina inside the little girl's jewelry box.
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When the Boy Hooman's remote-controlled toy helicopter accidentally carries away Boomer, the Floogals must learn how to make it work in order to rescue their friend.
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The Floogals must learn the difficult task of assembling the Girl Hooman's jigsaw puzzle when they accidentally scatter its many pieces on the floor.
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The Floogals learn how to use teamwork to make beautiful music.
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The Floogals investigate a balloon intended for the Girl Hooman's birthday party; Fleeker must conquer his fear to return the balloon to the little girl.
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When the Floogals investigate the Hoomans' utility room, they inadvertently wind up experiencing first-hand the thrilling cycle of being washed and dried.
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When the Boy Hooman brings a classroom tortoise home for the weekend, the Floogals question what makes the "special moving rock" worthy of so much attention.
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When the Floogals investigate the Boy Hooman's model rocket, they experience a way-too-sticky adventure brought about by the binding power of glue.
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When the Floogals overhear the Hoomans claiming that bananas are a great source of energy, they set out to bring one back to the spaceship to help power their new invention.
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The Floogals believe the bathroom mirror is a portal to another world.
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The Floogals set out to investigate the strange buzzing they hear in the Hoomans' bathroom each and every morning and evening, ultimately discovering that the whirring robotic tools are in fact toothbrushes.
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By observing the family dog's excited behavior each time Dad Hooman takes down his leash, the Floogals set out to confirm their assumption if it's indeed a magical device that makes you happy.

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