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Adventure-seeking Polly is always on a quest for fun along with the rest of the Pamplemousse family. Living with the family are extraordinary pets known as Zhu Zhus, including Pipsqueak, Num Nums, Chunk and Mr. Squiggles. The talking critters have to stay on their toes to keep up with the non-stop action and adventures in the family's lives. The animated series is based on the popular line of Zhu Zhu Pets toys.

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Polly is always on a quest for fun along with the Pamplemousse family and pets known as Zhu Zhus.
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Polly is always on a quest for fun along with the Pamplemousse family and pets known as Zhu Zhus.
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The dog Polly's watching escapes from the backyard; the Zhus try to make friends with Mr. Kerdel, the school janitor.
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Polly leaves her glove at home and the Zhus try to find it before the big game; the Zhu Zhus sneak into the store even though they were told not to come.
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Polly needs the Zhus to help plan an anniversary party for her mom and dad; the Zhus get lost in the woods after returning a skunk to the wild.

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