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A close-knit family of cheerfully chaotic monsters runs the Furchester Hotel, an almost world-class facility. Owner Funella Furchester greets guests as they arrive, alongside husband Furgus Fuzz and daughter Phoebe. Joining the family at the Furchester are Phoebe's cousin Elmo, who is there for an extended visit, and Cookie Monster, who is working his dream job as a waiter, serving guests with room service and in the dining room. They all come together to solve problems in an attempt to keep their guests happy, an attitude that is in line with the family's motto: "A Furchester never gives up."

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The Furchesters have to think like a dinosaur while looking for their hotel's oldest guest; a guest asks for a wake-up call.
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Trolley the Donkey refuses to carry a guest's bag of bricks; Monty the Parrot repeats everything he hears.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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Funella calls to have a helper assist Furgus with his jobs; the Furchesters have to keep Harvey P. Dull entertained while his broken chair is being repaired.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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Phoebe loses her special key which opens every door in the hotel, so she needs to remember when she last saw it; a goat checks in, eats all the food, then starts to eat the furniture.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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The Furchester-Fuzz monster family solves guests' problems.
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It's chaos in the hotel when a woodpecker keeps pecking the walls and a musician doesn't turn up for a concert; Super Rock flies into the hotel, but his cape tears and he thinks his powers have gone.
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The Furchesters have to think like a caterpillar when they believe they've lost their guest in the hotel; when Funella overhears turtle guests commenting on the "slow" service, she comes up with ideas to help speed things up.
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Phoebe and Elmo teach the penguin bobsleigh team how to ride a bobsleigh; worried that his fragile sculpture of Funella will break, sculptor Henry Mooer tries to keep calm as the Furchesters come up with ideas on how to protect the sculpture.
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Phoebe and Elmo try different stay-awake plans so they can be able to greet their nocturnal guest owl, Mr. Screech; Phoebe and Elmo think of ways to entertain their duck guest, while Furgus fixes the TV.

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