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Kip, Wayne, Eubie and Twinkle are a group of friends who live in Higglytown. They love singing and their best friend, Fran, is a red squirrel. The series focuses on everyday community characters like grocers, librarians, and mail carriers. The kids of Higglytown learn the importance of different jobs and have fun around their neighborhood together.

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Eubie and friends catch a case of Higgly Ivy; Kip's grandparents take the children berry picking.
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A dentist fixes Kip's tooth after discovering a cavity; a barber helps Wayne remove a giant lollipop stuck in his hair.
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A truck driver delivers a shipment of Kip's dad's special bowling balls; a lifeguard watches over the kids when they visit the swimming pool.
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The Fricky Frack Funhouse catches on fire; an ambulance driver takes Mrs. Barber to the hospital.
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A crane operator helps clean up a mess; Uncle Lemmo and his neighbor disagree over the color of a fence.
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A cowboy helps capture a wandering cow; a snow plow driver rescues a hot dog cart stuck in the snow.
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The street sweeper clears the streets of confetti during a parade; the zookeeper helps rescue the kids' drawings.
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A cabdriver helps the kids when they get lost in the city; the kids find a stray dog while playing.
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A forest ranger helps the kids when they lose their hiking trail; the kids try to discover the source of a mysterious noise.
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The baker teaches the kids how to bake bread; the Coach teaches Eubie and his friends how to play Higglyball.
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The kids guess how much candy is in a jar; the kids celebrate the 100th day of school.
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A translator helps the kids talk to a new girl; the kids learn how to play musical instruments.
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A tailor fixes Wayne's pants; Eubie's cousin gets stuck on the park's new slide.
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A guide dog helps a blind art teacher deliver Twinkle's artwork; the kids learn about slang.
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Santa Claus and Pix the elf try to save Santa's sleigh.
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Kip's grandma knits the kids new winter clothes; a policewoman directs the kids back home when they get lost.
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Fripp opens a new hot-dog stand near the Ferris wheel; the kids decide to go camping.
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A grocer helps the kids shop for soup ingredients; Kip and his friends start a club.
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On the way to the beach, the car has a flat tire; a librarian helps the kids learn about interesting creatures in the backyard.
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A police dog helps find Fripp's lost hot dog cart; a tug boat pulls the kids to safety when their boat runs aground.
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The kids learn about the history of Halloween in Higglytown.
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Wind destroys Fran the Squirrel's Acorn Day barrel; a painter helps the kids design a card.
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An operator helps Grandpa find Aunt Susie's phone number; a garbage collector helps the kids clean up.
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A veterinarian helps an unhappy bird; an electrician helps during a blackout.
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A plumber recovers Twinkle's tooth from the drain; a gardener teaches the kids about plant care.
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A fireman rescues a cat from a tree; Eubie sends his grandfather a letter.

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