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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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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.
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Daisy takes pictures of the animals for a Pet Salon calendar.
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Minnie, Daisy and Cuckoo-Loca are having fun in the park with their pups, until the dogs escape from their leashes.
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While Cuckoo-Loca splashes around in a birdbath swimming pool, Daisy, Minnie and Clarabelle battle ants determined to steal their picnic sandwich.
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Gilbert the guinea pig wants to impress Minnie's Pet Salon customers on Pet Adoption Day.
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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.
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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.
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Minnie Mouse has a specialty shop that sells only bows and bow ties.
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With Cuckoo-Loca's help, Daisy races to get the apartment back in tip-top shape before Minnie returns.
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Convinced that Minnie needs more time to relax, Daisy orders a Bow-Bot, a bow-making robot.
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Minnie, Daisy and Cuckoo-Loca have their hands full baby-sitting a piglet.
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Minnie and Daisy help Clarabelle get ready for the Snowball Dance by teaching her a dance.
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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.
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A Pizza Parlor mix up sends Minnie and Daisy to Luigi's Pizzeria, to make pizzas for the hungry crowd.
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Minnie and Daisy have a large order to complete so they get a new ribbon machine to help them.
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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.
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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.
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Clarabelle fits a new air conditioning unit in the Bow-tique, but it doesn't work properly.
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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.
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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.
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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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