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The popular New Orleans band introduces preschoolers to high-energy rock music while emphasizing creative problem-solving skills.

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The movers accidentally break Nina's clock and then try to fix it.
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Knit Knots is unable to finish a recording after he gets the hiccups.
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The movers use remote-control dancing shoes to help Nina's friend learn how to dance.
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The guys help Knit Knots locate his missing keys.
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A commercial shoot is delayed when Rich gets his foot stuck in a bucket.

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