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Friends Snug, Carly and TJ laugh, play and sing all day at Snug's house, and they welcome viewing preschoolers to join in the fun. Snug is a dinosaur-obsessed, carrot-loving puppy. Carly is Snug's best friend and number one playmate, and TJ is their friendly next-door neighbor. Snug and his friends find new things to learn about in the Discovery Drawers, play all sorts of silly games, have wacky dance parties, eat yummy snacks, make new crafts and even sing songs with very special musical guests.

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Snug the Dino King's presence means it is time to dance; trying to solve the mystery of who ate Snug's muffin.
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Carly and Snug explore a jack-in-the-box; The Wiggles stop in for a visit and a song.
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Snug and Carly make a new drink called "Snug-Ade"; Snug makes his very first movie, all about dinosaurs.
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Carly and her dog, Snug, sing about the dino of the day and make delicious Fairy Bread.
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Carly, Snug and TJ make tennis ball puppets and play games on the Discovery Frame.
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Carly and Snug get a video call from their friends, The Wiggles; trying fruit salsa.
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Snug learns how to do magic from a real magician.
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Snug and Carly play a dress-up game; a triceratops is the "Dino of the Day"; Snug finds a shark tooth.
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Carly shows Snug how to make music with tap shoes, then play Wiggle or Giggle.
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Carly and Snug have a dance party and a wacky Wiggle Off.
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Snug and Carly throw a robot dance party, play wiggle or giggle, and sing "Peel the Banana."
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Snug and Carly search for the right instrument to finish their "Frog Song."
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Carly and Snug start the day off with a song; Carly and Snug try to find the source of a stinky smell in Snug's House.
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Snug and Carly make their very own game: Toy Truck Bowling; the search is on for Carly's missing shoe; special musical appearance by Moona Luna.
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Snug and Carly start their day with a royal wake-up; Snug opens his very own store and awaits his first customer.
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Snug becomes tangled up in a mess of yarn, then his sweater shrinks.
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Snug and Carly make tasty banana ghosts, play with a nesting doll, and sing the "Ding, Dong!" song.
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Carly and Snug figure out where a mysterious sound is coming from; Snug jumps to the rescue to save a caterpillar; special appearance from Secret Agent 23 Skidoo.
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TJ, Carly and Snug go bananas with some new moves and craft paper wigs; Snug gets his very own pet dinosaur.
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The Wiggles visit Snug's House and dance; Snug and Carly have an incredible fort; special appearance from Lucky Diaz and the Family Band.
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Snug and Carly throw a party; dancing along to "Days of the Week"; someone gets to be the Jolly Good Friendo.

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