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Seven-year-old Pinky has a wild imagination, and loves to make up tall tales. She uses those stories to help her younger brother, Tyler, solve his problems, be it a missing shoe or anxiety over a new situation. Her antics encourage young viewers to make up their own stories and use their imaginations.

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Mr. Guinea Pig finds several bones in Smack Dab Park; Pinky tells Tyler a story about friendship.
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Tyler must make a poster of his family for school; Pinky convinces Tyler that school is important.
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Pinky makes up a story about a rude miggy monster named Burpzilla; Pinky finds a unique gift for Daffinee.
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Pinky helps Tyler find his talent for the family talent show; Pinky helps Tyler find his lucky sock.
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Tyler finds a treasure map in his closet while searching for a missing sock; Tyler has a sleepover.
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Pinky gets a tiny guppy at the pet store; Tyler is anxious about the new baby-sitter.
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Pinky tells Tyler a superhero tale; Tyler finds a frog in the park and wants to keep it.
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Pinky's household chores prevent her from making a comic book; Tyler wants all the toys he sees in a commercial.
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Someone steals all of the cheese from the Great Big Cheese Festival; Tyler is reluctant to try new foods.
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Tyler wants to go sledding; Pinky must play the French horn at a school concert.
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Pinky tells a story to brighten up Tyler's day; Pinky helps to find a compromise when Tyler refuses to wear a tuxedo.
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Tyler does not want to take a bath; Pinky tells a story about a day when it literally rained cats and dogs.
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Pinky tells a story about Great Big Soccer City; Tyler is upset that he has to use a cup with a lid.
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Pinky encourages Tyler to try tying his shoelaces; Tyler is nervous about his first day of school.
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Tyler obsesses over his new video game; Tyler watches the class pet for the weekend.
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Tyler cannot open a jar; a new student at Tyler's school is not very nice to him.
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Tyler thinks that his Halloween costume is not scary enough; a substitute teacher arrives while Tyler and Pinky play school.
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Tyler wants to be bigger; Tyler is afraid of a noisy thunderstorm.
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Tyler draws a picture of his mother; Tyler accidentally leaves his stuffed elephant at school.
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Tyler does not want to clean his room; Tyler hears a strange noise and can not sleep.
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A boy at Tyler's school is always in a foul mood; Tyler is nervous about attending a birthday party.

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