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One of public television's most popular children's programs gets a facelift for today's media-driven kids, boosting the interactive content, but the commendable goal of the program remains the same as it was in the '70s: reducing the literacy gap between low- and middle-income families and promoting the idea that "reading is cool."

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Francine wants to be on a reality show.
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Marcus and Manny compete on a game show.
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Marcus and Jessica are accidentally shrunk by a shrinking machine.
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Manny finds someone to compete against Shock in beatboxing.
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Marcus buys Francine's invention, but it doesn't work.
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A sprained ankle keeps Hector from the Wordball Games.
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Manny and Danny plan a prank when everyone is away for the 4th of July.
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Someone takes Jessica's pies at the Pies for Puppies charity bake sale.
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Danny and Annie plot to ruin Paul the Gorilla's banana festival party.
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Everyone dresses up as animals dressed as monsters for the annual costume party.
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Everyone in town tries to break records.
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The Electric Company helps Marcus Barnes improve his wordball throwing skills; Francine and Gilda don't want Marcus to become a member.
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Lisa tries to clear the name of an ancestor branded as a traitor during the Revolutionary War.
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An ancient scroll leads Jessica on a scavenger hunt.
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The gang tries to debunk the myth of a creature named Bluefoot.
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Uncle Sigmund gets tongue-tied when he tries to talk to his friend, Natalie.
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Jessica is named junior ambassador to the planet Skelecki.
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The Electric Co. and the Pranksters try to preserve their ability to use their special powers.
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The gang circulates a petition to save a literary landmark from demolition.
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Lisa and Francine compete for the position of Book Club President.
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Something funny is going on, and Jessica hopes she can fix things so they are normal again.

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