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In the town of Sheetrock Hills everyone gets help from handyman Manny Garcia and his talking tools, including Turner the screwdriver and Dusty the saw. The series teaches basic Spanish words and phrases and exposes kids to Latin culture. Other lessons focus on working together and problem solving as a team.

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Manny invites Kelly to a Valentine's Day party.
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Manny and the tools go trick-or-treating; the tools adjust a basketball hoop for Manny's little nephew.
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The tools help Pat; a play area for the animals.
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Manny takes the tools on their first airplane ride.
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Manny and the tools become firefighters.
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Manny and the tools help prepare for the wedding day; Rusty holds onto the ring.
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Kelly's aunt needs Manny and the Tools' help fixing up an old theater.
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St. Patrick's Day scavenger hunt.
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Manny and the Tools help Kelly get to her store after a snowstorm; Manny and the Tools put together a dollhouse.
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Manny and the tools get separated on the way to fix a broken ski lift so Manny makes a rescue.
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Rusty finds out what it would be like to be fearless; Manny takes the tools, Galoshes, and her pups for a hike.
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Manny and the tools get stuck on a runaway raft while on a camping trip.
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Manny and the tools assist with setting up the stage for Wing and Nut's live game show; Dusty dreams about sawing lots of wood, but no one needs anything sawed after she awakes.
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The tools try to get the frightened chicken back to her nest; The tools enter a photo contest.
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Manny and the tools travel to Concrete Falls to help Manny's brother.
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Fixit wanders into the rain and short-circuits; Carmela's broken pottery kiln.
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Manny and the tools help Mr. Ayala set up a soccer goal; Manny and the tools build a bowling trophy case.
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Manny and the tools stumble upon a spaceship; a spooky haunted house.
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Manny builds an extra large table; Manny and the tools build a bunk bed.
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Carlos, Mrs. Portillo's dog, needs a doggie door; Mr. Alvarez needs a chair repaired.
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The Tools eat a healthy breakfast, but Felipe is eager to start their build; Manny and the Tools are called to repair a pin setter at the bowling alley.

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