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Minnie Mouse has a passion for fashion, which she showcases in this short-form series (based on an episode of "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse") as the owner, along with good friend Daisy Duck, of Minnie's Bow-tique, a specialty shop that sells only bows and bow ties. The shop has a bow (or bow tie) for every occasion -- including rubber bows for fixing leaky pipes and shredded bows to make pom poms for cheerleaders.

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aired 462 days ago
Minnie's twin nieces, Millie and Melody, are taking part in a pageant, but their flowers keep falling apart because they are using real petals.
aired 462 days ago
Daisy takes pictures of the animals for a Pet Salon calendar.
aired 464 days ago
Minnie, Daisy and Cuckoo-Loca are having fun in the park with their pups, until the dogs escape from their leashes.
aired 464 days ago
While Cuckoo-Loca splashes around in a birdbath swimming pool, Daisy, Minnie and Clarabelle battle ants determined to steal their picnic sandwich.
aired 465 days ago
Gilbert the guinea pig wants to impress Minnie's Pet Salon customers on Pet Adoption Day.
aired 465 days ago
Minnie's nieces, Melody and Millie, are helping in Minnie's Bowtique when movie star Penelope Poodle comes in to find a fabulous outfit to wear at an awards celebration.
aired 466 days ago
Minnie, making a Spring bow with Daisy, sees Figaro the cat is playing with a butterfly, which gives them an idea for a new bow.
aired 466 days ago
Minnie Mouse has a specialty shop that sells only bows and bow ties.
aired 466 days ago
With Cuckoo-Loca's help, Daisy races to get the apartment back in tip-top shape before Minnie returns.
aired 467 days ago
Convinced that Minnie needs more time to relax, Daisy orders a Bow-Bot, a bow-making robot.
aired 467 days ago
Minnie, Daisy and Cuckoo-Loca have their hands full baby-sitting a piglet.
aired 468 days ago
Minnie and Daisy help Clarabelle get ready for the Snowball Dance by teaching her a dance.
aired 468 days ago
When Minnie and Daisy take Millie and Melody on a camping adventure, everything goes wrong and the trip is ruined until Minnie discovers a fun, new way for the girls to sleep under the stars.
aired 469 days ago
A Pizza Parlor mix up sends Minnie and Daisy to Luigi's Pizzeria, to make pizzas for the hungry crowd.
aired 470 days ago
Minnie and Daisy have a large order to complete so they get a new ribbon machine to help them.
aired 470 days ago
When Minnie and Daisy are locked out of the Bow-tique, they try to get the key under the door so they can unlock it.
aired 471 days ago
Minnie, Daisy and Cuckoo-Loca spend the entire night trying to control a Wake Up Wonder alarm clock before it wakes up Millie and Melody.
aired 471 days ago
Clarabelle fits a new air conditioning unit in the Bow-tique, but it doesn't work properly.
aired 472 days ago
Minnie and Daisy are making rubber bows for the walrus ballerina's underwater ballet when the Bowtique's water pipes burst, the rubber bows are the perfect thing to plug the leaks.
aired 472 days ago
When Minnie and Daisy need to fix the Bowtique's sign, Daisy holds the ladder and Minnie goes up it, where she discovers a bird nest.
aired 472 days ago
Minnie plans a surprise birthday party for Daisy, but when the lights go out, they decide to use fluorescent paint to light the Bowtique so that the party can go ahead.

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