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Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald all hang around the Clubhouse. Mickey leads viewers through stories with play-along and singalong segments. Learning early math skills and identifying shapes, patterns and numbers are all part of Mickey's lessons. Mickey and his pals also play with handy gizmos and gear, including the Mousekedoer, Mouseketools and a transportable device called Toodles.

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Goofy's magic trick accidentally makes all of the bedtime stories disappear from the clubhouse and he must find a way to bring them back.
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The Clubhouse pals gather to compete in a series of games to win the Golden Mickey Medal while demonstrating teamwork and good sportsmanship.
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Goofy serves up deliveries from his lunch truck with help from Mickey and friends.
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Mickey decides to hold a musical.
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Mousekedoer malfunctions and needs to be fixed.
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Donald complains everyone is in his way; Mickey and pals build a clubhouse.
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Professor Von Drake shows the Clubhouse pals a high-tech new game, Floatin' Fun-Time Mousekeball! But when the ball escapes, the game takes to the skies!
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While preparing for her show, Minnie is charged with watching her nieces; they end up on an adventure in the North Pole; thankfully, Snow Fairy Clarabelle helps send them back home in time for the Bow Show.
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Mickey's friends celebrate his big day by trying to organize fun activities that they can all enjoy together.
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Goofy's long-lost grandfather, Captain Goof-Beard asks for the gang's help; Harmony-Chord Island, Goof-Beard's home, is at risk of sinking.
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There's something down at the bottom of Mickey Lake; Mickey and the gang suit up and head out on a watery adventure.
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With the help of his friends, Donald teaches Donald Jr. a song and dance routine for "Show Your Special Talent Day."
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Mickey and the gang are prepared to rock with a battle-of-the-bands showdown filled with epic guitar solos.
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Minnie is transformed into Minnie-rella just in time to attend Prince Mickey's Ball; she loses track of time and the spell ends at midnight.
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Fur flies when Minnie and her pals prepare their pets for Pluto's All-Star Pet Show held at Minnie's Pet Salon.
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There are reports of an ancient mouse-eared stone monument in the Hidden Jungle; Mickey and his pals check it out.
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Professor Von Drake uses a machine he invented to turn the Clubhouse Gang into Clubhouse Heroes after Mickey discovers a villain named Megamort.
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Minnie and Pluto are swept up in a big, scary wind; once the dust settles, they find themselves in the wonderful world of Dizz.
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Mickey and the gang host a farm fair with all of the fun games, rides and plenty of prize ribbons to hand out.
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A new invention causes Daisy's adorable ponytail to grow even longer; the group in unsure of how it happened.
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Pete sneakily steals the Crystal Mickey statue from the clubhouse; the gang gears up to retrieve their statue.

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