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Martin Short provides the voice of the title character in this animated series from PBS Kids, which aims to promote children's literacy in science. It follows the magical adventures of 6-year-olds Nick and Sally, who travel the world with the Cat in the Hat as their guide. As they travel in the Cat's customized vehicle, the Thinga-ma-jigger, which can float, fly, drive and even ski, they learn about natural science, visiting the rainforest, the bottom of the sea, and all places in between. They're joined in their travels by the Cat's mop-headed sidekicks, Thing One and Thing Two.

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Nick and Sally have trouble building a sandcastle because the sand is either too dry or too wet; Nick and Sally visit the Song Flower Sisters.
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Nick and Sally are disappointed when their toy battery runs out of power; the Cat takes the kids to Lots-o-Lakes to see the flight of the Dipsydoodlers.
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Nick can't remember the secret handshake that Sally invented for the treehouse; Over-and-Overton.
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The kids visit Point O'View, where they learn that getting evidence can result in a change of mind; Nick and Sally wonder about walking on a cloud.
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Nick drops the mailbag into his train set and can't get it out.
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A large dog gets in the way of Nick and Sally's soccer game; the kids add buttons and glitter to Nick's new plane, but it won't fly anymore.
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Nick's water glass suddenly falls over, even though no one touched it.
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Nick and Sally disagree about sorting their toys; the kids try to save a bubble for Sally's mom.
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Nick's magic trick causes his toy car to disappear under the porch.
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Sally can't stay hidden for long during a game of hide-and-seek; Sally loses her special bead in the sandbox.
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The kids learn how a lever can help them move a big rock in the backyard; Sally plays a song on an instrument, but can't seem to find the right note.
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Sally has trouble making a vase for her mother; the kids learn about magnets at Arcade Island.
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Nick learns about what is necessary to make a new home for a cricket in his backyard; Nick and Sally learn about water at a water park.
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Sally tries to fly a kite but can't seem to work out the timing with the wind; Nick learns how to use gravity when his plane gets stuck in a tree.
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The Cat takes Nick and Sally to the Magnetic Fields to learn how magnets work; Nick learns about balance as he tries to ride a bike.
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Nick and Sally search for a stronger piece of string to pull their train; the Cat takes Nick and Sally to a mirror world where they learn about how reflections work.
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Nick is startled by a shadow during a sleepover in the treehouse; Nick and Sally go to Ballaballo, where they learn about how balls are made.
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The kids are introduced to simple machines on a visit to the Machine-a-Ma-Zoo, where they learn about the pulley; Sally and Nick learn about friction.
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Sara of Serendip teaches Sally and Nick that making mistakes leads to new discoveries; Nick and Sally learn that sound travels in waves.
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Nick and Sally need to build a new boat when their boat sinks; Nick learns how to build a drawbridge.
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Nick cuts his finger while playing super heroes with Sally; Sally and Nick need to clean up the backyard.

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