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Oso, a lovable teddy bear who is, however improbably, a special agent in training, turns to young viewers at home to complete his missions for the United Network for Investigating Quite Usual Events (UNIQUE), an international consortium of stuffed animals charged with teaching kids how to complete everyday tasks such as mailing a letter, using a library or just cleaning their room. Oso's adventures carry titles inspired by James Bond films: "Gold Feather," "A View to a Book" and "Carousel Royale," among others.

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Oso travels the globe to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
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Jayden and Ryan learn miniature golf; leaf rubbing.
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Oso teaches Makayla the steps to watering plants; Oso helps Nadia learn how to relax.
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Oso teaches Nicholas how to mix yellow and blue paint; Oso helps Charlie learn how to wash his hands.
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Oso helps Pauly fix his broken wagon; Oso teaches a girl how to feed a llama.
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How to twirl spaghetti without spilling sauce; how to fold clean laundry.
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Oso helps Anastasija order her own healthy meal; Oso teaches Zack how to use his napkin, eat with his fork and chew with his mouth closed.
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Making a healthy snack; how to drink from the water fountain.
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Oso helps Eun-Kyung make a handprint; Leah learns to walk on the balance beam.
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Oso helps Alberto learn how to kick a soccer ball; Oso teaches Xavier how to sweep the floor.
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Oso discovers that David's new bike must be fixed before it is safe to ride.
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Oso helps Min make a paper fan; Oso shows Dimitri how to connect the dots.
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Oso learns how to make a bird feeder and helps a friend find her bus stop.
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Oso helps Juan stay calm and teaches him what to do when he gets lost; Oso helps Lena learn how to tell her Grandma the truth.
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Freshly squeezed orange juice; Thomas blows his nose.
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Madison's best friend is moving; Oso helps Evan get ready for kindergarten.
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Rick learns to use chopsticks; Pete learns basketball.
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Chris and Caitlin both want to play with the toy cash register, so Oso teaches them how to share; children leaving a birthday party are offered goodie bags, but Jordan isn't sure if he should take one.
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Faith and her new babysitter; Oso teaches Carson how to use the bathroom.
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Malcolm trips and scrapes his knee; Oso teaches Santiago how to feed his new goldfish.
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Lizzie makes paper airplane; Kaylee learns to throw a ball.

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