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A yellow fusilier fish named Splash and his friend Bubbles, a Mandarin dragonet, explore life under the sea with their pals in "Splash and Bubbles," the newest series from PBS Kids. Co-produced by The Jim Henson Co., the animated series is designed to teach children aged 4-7 about marine life and the ocean and help them build social-emotional skills. The series features the voices of John Tartaglia (who also created the series), Leslie Carrara-Rudolph, Raymond Carr and Aymee Garcia.

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Gush and the kids travel to the Arctic Ocean in search of the horned whale; Splash and friends enlist Denny to help a great white shark with a toothache.
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The friends learn that it is wise to take shelter during a storm; a juvenile sea turtle stops by for a visit.
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Dunk is determined to get rid of his lucky rock, which he now believes has become a bad luck charm; Maury mixes up details due to his poor vision.
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Chompy the parrotfish wants to try new things when she sees Splash and his friends feasting on a variety of things in the water column; Bubbles and Ripple meet a jellyfish.

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