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ToddWorld
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GenreAnimation
Created by
Voices of
Opening theme"It's A Colorful World" Performed By Smokey Robinson
Ending theme"It's A Colorful World" (Instrumental)
Composers
  • Cory Lerios
  • George Gabriel [1]
Country of originUnited States
Canada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes39 (78 segments)
Production
ProducerMarie Cecchino-Brand [1]
Running time23 minutes (11-minute segments)
Production companies Mike Young Productions
Telegael
DQ Entertainment
Original release
Network
ReleaseNovember 8, 2004 (2004-11-08) [3]  
June 10, 2008 (2008-06-10) [3]

ToddWorld is a Flash animated children's television series created by Todd Parr and Gerry Renert through their California-based company SupperTime Entertainment. [4] [5] The show was produced by Mike Young Productions, an animation studio based in California. [6]

Contents

The series aired on TLC and Discovery Kids in the United States, in the United Kingdom on CBeebies, and in Australia on ABC Kids.

The series continued to air on TLC until 2007 and Discovery Kids until 2008, and now airs on Kabillion and Ultra Kidz.

Plot

The world about the adventures of a boy named Todd and his friends, Benny, Pickle, Sophie and Stella. The show is notable for its bold lines and bright colors. Each episode conveys a message about tolerance, diversity and acceptance.

Characters

Episodes

Series overview

SeasonSegmentsEpisodesFirst airedLast aired
1 5226November 8, 2004December 21, 2005
2 2613April 16, 2007June 10, 2008

Season 1 (2004–2005)

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
11"Todd Builds a Fort"November 8, 2004 (2004-11-08)
"Stella's Different Ears"

"Todd Builds a Fort": Todd wants to build a fort with his friends but has to learn to be open to others' ideas.

"Stella's Different Ears": Stella feels ashamed that she is the only one with two different colored ears, but learns it is okay to be different.

Music Video: "A Special Shining Star" by Cyndy Bragg.
22"Todd Time"November 9, 2004 (2004-11-09)
"Rock My World"

"Todd Time": Todd's desire to do things on his own is misinterpreted by his friends, who think there is something wrong with him.

"Rock My World": When Pickle forms a band that plays really loud and out-of-tune music, his friends do not like it but learn to respect Pickle's musical choices and support his efforts.

Music Video: "Your Own Drum" by Cyndy Bragg.
33"Prickly Partner"November 10, 2004 (2004-11-10)
"Pickle's Smelly Socks"

"Prickly Partner": Sophie helps Ralph the Porcupine manage his quills so that he can square dance with her.

"Pickle's Smelly Socks": Todd's friends try roundabout ways to tell Pickle his socks are smelly but learn it is more effective to be direct and just tell him right away.

Music Video: "Join Us, Join In" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
44"It's OK to Lose Your Mittens"November 11, 2004 (2004-11-11)
"Stella's Special Club"

"It's OK to Lose Your Mittens": After Benny loses Todd's favorite mittens, he fears Todd will not love him anymore.

"Stella's Special Club": Stella's exclusive club turns out to be no fun at all when she imposes strict rules and refuses to include everyone.

Music Video: "A Special Shining Star" by Cyndy Bragg.
55"Worm's Eye View"November 12, 2004 (2004-11-12)
"Pickle's Problem"

"Worm's Eye View": Stella's negative opinion of worms is challenged when she spends a day with one of the Worminis.

"Pickle's Problem": Pickle's mysterious behavior is finally explained when he reveals that he is too ashamed to show his friends that he needs to wear glasses to read.

Music Video: "Join Us, Join In" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
66"Venus Ice Cream Trap"November 15, 2004 (2004-11-15)
"Platyroo"

"Venus Ice Cream Trap": When Hector, the ice cream vendor, mistakenly believes that a new and unusual plant tried to bite him, Todd and his friends defend the misunderstood plant.

"Platyroo": When Todd and his friends find a lost baby platypus, Pedro, they help him find his mother, who just happens to be a kangaroo.

Music Video: "Your Own Drum" by Cyndy Bragg.
77"Come Over to My House"November 22, 2004 (2004-11-22)
"Sophie's Sinking Feeling"

"Come Over to My House": Todd and his friends learn to appreciate a new friend who is from a different place after visiting their alien friend Vark's house.

"Sophie's Sinking Feeling": Sophie invents a bathtub on wheels for Todd but becomes upset when no one listens to her ideas on how to build it.

Music Video: "Join Us, Join In" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
88"Who's Your Best Friend?"November 29, 2004 (2004-11-29)
"Pretend Friend"

"Who's Your Best Friend?": Todd finds himself with an impossible dilemma when his friends pressure him to choose just one as his best friend.

"Pretend Friend": Pickle has trouble grasping the idea of Sophie having a pretend friend, a sock puppet named Toesie.

Music Video: "A Friend is a Friend" by Geoff Byrd.
99"Stella's Bad Dream"March 28, 2005 (2005-03-28)
"Mommy Mitzi"

"Stella's Bad Dream": Stella wishes everyone could be just like her until she has a dream which helps her learn to appreciate differences.

"Mommy Mitzi": When Mitzi wants to be a mother to three puppies, she first has to prove to Sophie and herself that a cat can raise puppies just as well as a dog.

Music Video: "Your Own Drum" by Cyndy Bragg.
1010"Bark in the Dark"March 29, 2005 (2005-03-29)
"It's OK Not to Win"

"Bark in the Dark": While on a sleepover with his friends, Todd is afraid to admit he is afraid of the dark.

"It's OK Not to Win": Todd doubts his drawing talent after entering an art contest and losing.

Music Video: "A Friend is a Friend" by Geoff Byrd.
1111"It's OK to Have Wheels"March 30, 2005 (2005-03-30)
"Princess Pirate"

"It's OK to Have Wheels": Todd befriends Julian, a fellow artist who is in a wheelchair, and reinvents a game so Julian can join in.

"Princess Pirate": Sophie wants to play pirate, but Stella insists that girls cannot be pirates, only princesses.

Music Video: "Once You Get to Know Them" by Kel Mitchell and Taura "Aura" Jackson.
1212"Monkeying Around"March 31, 2005 (2005-03-31)
"No Place Like Home"

"Monkeying Around": When Todd and the gang compete in the Monkey Madness games, they are so intent on winning that they forget to have fun.

"No Place Like Home": Todd has a sleepover at Pickle's circus tent and finds Pickle's lifestyle a little difficult to adjust to.

Music Video: "Join Us, Join In" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
1313"Todd Takes a Stand"April 8, 2005 (2005-04-08)
"Benny's Missing Chew Toy"

"Todd Takes a Stand": A bully named Barry jeopardizes Todd and his friends' plan to ride a new playground slide.

"Benny's Missing Chew Toy": Benny jumps to conclusions, falsely accusing his friends of stealing his favorite ball, Bouncing Boris.

Music Video: "Take a Stand" by Geoff Byrd.
1414"Colorful Friend"May 25, 2005 (2005-05-25)
"It's OK to Say No to Bad Things"

"Colorful Friend ": Thanks to Todd and his friends' acceptance, Xander the zebra learns to appreciate his multicolored coat, even though it is different from the other zebras'.

"It's OK to Say No to Bad Things": A hotshot skateboarder named Trina dares Todd and Pickle to try an especially dangerous stunt.

Music Video: "A Special Shining Star" by Cyndy Bragg.
1515"Sophie's Big Invention"May 30, 2005 (2005-05-30)
"Dog's Day"

"Sophie's Big Invention": Sophie has trouble admitting she needs help with her latest invention, an automatic dogwasher.

"Dog's Day": When Sophie invents a robot dog, Dempsey, who is good at everything, Benny becomes jealous.

Music Video: "Your Own Drum" by Cyndy Bragg.
1616"Whole Lotta Limbo"May 31, 2005 (2005-05-31)
"Shall We Dance?"

"Whole Lotta Limbo": Upset that he is too tall for limbo, Pickle discovers that he is just the right height for many other things.

"Shall We Dance?": Benny's new dance moves cause conflict at a traditional summer dance.

Music Video: "Join Us, Join In" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
1717"Dirt Day"June 20, 2005 (2005-06-20)
"Mr. Cuddle Wuddle"

"Dirt Day": Todd and his friends feel sorry for Vark, who is missing their holiday, Dirt Day, but soon discover Vark is celebrating a different and equally enjoyable holiday of his own.

"Mr. Cuddle Wuddle": The puppies look up to their super cool Uncle Benny, which makes it very hard for him to admit to them that he still loves his baby blanket, Mr. Cuddle Wuddle.

Music Video: "Once You Get to Know Them" by Kel Mitchell and Taura "Aura" Jackson.
1818"It's OK to Do Your Own Thing"July 18, 2005 (2005-07-18)
"Follow That Alligator"

"It's OK to Do Your Own Thing": Pickle learns to assert himself when his friends keep trying to pull him away from what he really wants to do - practice jumping rope on his unicycle.

"Follow That Alligator": In order to find the festival where Assante the alligator is playing music, Todd and his friends must learn to view the world from other creatures' perspectives.

Music Video: "Take a Stand" by Geoff Byrd.
1919"Beach Day"August 24, 2005 (2005-08-24)
"New Kid on the Block"

"Beach Day": Todd's pals and a family of crabs are frightened of each other until they discover that they all have much common, despite their obvious differences.

"New Kid on the Block": Todd and his friends discover the joys of communicating with a new friend who speaks a different language.

Music Video: "A Friend is a Friend" by Geoff Byrd.
2020"You Get What You Get"September 28, 2005 (2005-09-28)
"Garden Variety Pickle"

"You Get What You Get": Todd learns to cope with disappointment and discovers that "you get what you get and you don't get upset".

"Garden Variety Pickle": Todd and his friends plant a garden with their favorite flowers, and Pickle's favorite is a scraggly weed, proving beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Music Video: "Take a Stand" by Geoff Byrd.
2121"Pizza on Earth"October 9, 2005 (2005-10-09)
"Quill She or Won't She?"

"Pizza on Earth": When Todd's generosity leads to turmoil in ToddWorld, he figures out a way to get everyone working together to restore peace.

"Quill She or Won't She?": Sophie feels excluded when Ralph takes her to a "porcupines only" festival.

Music Video: "It Feels So Good When You Give" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.
2222"Flavor of the Month"October 16, 2005 (2005-10-16)
"Bark Like a Cat"

"Flavor of the Month": When the kids and pets participate in a contest to create a new ice cream flavor, things become competitive very fast.

"Bark Like a Cat": A mother dog, who is at first critical of Mitzi's meowing pups, comes to recognize the value of a multi-cultural home life.

Music Video: "Your Own Drum" by Cyndy Bragg.
2323"Colorless Todd"October 23, 2005 (2005-10-23)
"Underwear Everywhere"

"Colorless Todd": When Todd's color is accidentally zapped out of him, he and his friends learn it is not what color someone is on the outside but who they are on the inside that counts.

"Underwear Everywhere": When Sophie does not want to follow the new fashion trend of wearing underwear on her head, she encounters pressure from the group to conform.

Music Video: "Take a Look Inside" by Al Jarreau.
2424"It's OK to Talk with Your Hands"November 15, 2005 (2005-11-15)
"Water U Thinking?"

"It's OK to Talk with Your Hands": Todd and Pickle learn a new way to communicate when they meet Will, a deaf boy.

"Water U Thinking?": When Sophie's fish Banana and his fish friend Finnegan get sick after a playdate in the pond, Todd realizes that selfish polluters are dirtying Finnegan's pond.

Music Video: "Take a Look Inside" by Al Jarreau.
2525"Peace is Reading All Kinds of Books"December 13, 2005 (2005-12-13)
"A Roaring Success"

"Peace is Reading All Different Kinds of Books" Todd and Stella, critical of each other's choice of library book, learn to appreciate each other's choices when they accidentally switch books.

"A Roaring Success": Pickle is upset when the lion at his circus refuses to roar, but Pickle learns that it is not the roar that proves a lion's bravery.

Music Video: "Take a Look Inside" by Al Jarreau.
2626"Shoe In"December 21, 2005 (2005-12-21)
"Itchy Itch"

"Shoe In": On a cold winter's day, Todd and his friends collect shoes for a centipede who cannot afford enough shoes for all of his feet.

"Itchy Itch": When Todd and Benny come down with a bad case of the Itchy Itch, they discover fun new ways to work around their infirmity.

Music Video: "It Feels So Good When You Give" by Taura "Aura" Jackson.

Season 2 (2007–2008)

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleOriginal air date
271"Whatever Sways Your Swing"April 16, 2007 (2007-04-16)
"A Trunkful of Trouble"

"Whatever Sways Your Swing": Stella and Sophie help a hippo to play and eat in what they believe are the right ways, but they discover that the hippo's different methods of doing things are okay and even fun.

"A Trunkful of Trouble": Sophie's robot elephant goes haywire when Todd turns it on without asking.

Music Video: "It's Okay to be Different" by Milkshake.
282"For Yelling Out Loud"April 17, 2007 (2007-04-17)
"Crazy for Cookies"

"For Yelling Out Loud": Pickle learns how to make a new noise that is very cool and is very loud. Now he just cannot stop!

"Crazy for Cookies": Stella's newly baked cookies disappear when she leaves them outside to cool. She accuses Benny, a known cookie lover, of eating them, until she sees the error in her thinking and finds the true culprits.

Music Video: "The Happy Song" by Milkshake.
293"The Hoppy-Poppy Pokey"April 18, 2007 (2007-04-18)
"Stella's Star Day"

"The Hoppy-Poppy Pokey": Todd feels left out when he is the only one who does not enjoy the latest dance craze.

"Stella's Star Day": The kids decide to do a show together and draw their roles from a hat. When Sophie wins the role of "Princess", Stella is so upset that she refuses to be in the show. But she soon learns that having fun with her friends is more important than being the star.

Music Video: "Magic Potion" by Milkshake.
304"New Baby in Town"April 19, 2007 (2007-04-19)
"Imagine That!"

"New Baby in Town": Sophie gets a new baby sister named Lily and a strange new feeling starts making her act very weird. Officer Becky helps Sophie identify the feeling that Sophie is jealous.

"Imagine That!": It is a rainy day and the kids are stuck in Todd's fort, so they decide to have an "Invent-a-thon" contest. Pickle brings his young cousin Briny with him, and everyone assumes that Briny is just too little to come up with an invention on her own. But Briny proves them wrong.

Music Video: "My Best Friend" by Milkshake.
315"Bye Bye Benny"April 20, 2007 (2007-04-20)
"Big Feet"

"Bye Bye Benny": When Benny visits his Grandma, Todd misses him a lot. His friends rally around him to help him pass the time until Benny returns.

"Big Feet": When Mama Kangaroo's little niece, Kiki, comes to visit, the kids are surprised by her very big feet. They are reluctant to play with her because of them but soon learn how wonderful they are.

Music Video: "My Best Friend" by Milkshake.
326"Benny and Sam"September 10, 2007 (2007-09-10)
"A Big Messy Pickle"

"Benny and Sam": When Benny meets a doggie pal, Sam, who is covered in mud just like him, they have a blast playing until Benny learns the next day that Sam is a girl.

"A Big Messy Pickle": When Pickle makes such a mess in his room that he cannot find his ball, his friends help him clean up so that he can find it.

Music Video: "My Best Friend" by Milkshake.
337"Come Out of Your Shell"September 11, 2007 (2007-09-11)
"The Big Picture"

"Come Out of Your Shell:" Todd and his pals make a new friend, Tyler, who is very shy. They try just about everything to get him to be more outgoing until they realize maybe he is just fine the way he is.

"The Big Picture": Todd has a dream of making a humongous drawing. He hopes his pals will help him pull it off. At first they think he is foolish to even try something so difficult, but when everyone works together they accomplish something they can all be proud of.

Music Video: "It's Okay to be Different" by Milkshake.
348"Gifted Friends"September 12, 2007 (2007-09-12)
"Finders Keepers"

"Gifted Friends": Todd's big birthday party is coming up and all of ToddWorld is looking forward to it. Stella, however, is appalled when she learns that Ralph will be bringing a homemade gift to the party – not something cool from the store.

"Finders Keepers": Todd finds an incredible skateboard motor in the park. Its owner is nowhere to be found. So he figures it is finders keepers.

Music Video: "It's Okay to be Different" by Milkshake.
359"Potluck Picnic"September 13, 2007 (2007-09-13)
"The Art of Change"

"Potluck Picnic": Todd and the gang are upset when the picnic grounds are dirty and littered. They take it upon themselves to clean up the place so that they can enjoy their day there.

"The Art of Change": Benny is unhappy when Todd changes their usual Saturday morning play date. But he realizes that his inflexible attitude is getting him nowhere, so he finds a way to bring about a win-win solution.

Music Video: "Magic Potion" by Milkshake.
3610"Snack Happy"September 14, 2007 (2007-09-14)
"Back on the Bike"

"Snack Happy": While the kids eat healthy lunches, Pickle sneaks off to eat snacks out of a machine, but later discovers he has no fuel.

"Back on the Bike": Todd is reluctant to learn to unicycle after falling. His friends encourage him to try and try again.

Music Video: "The Happy Song" by Milkshake.
3711"It's OK to Ask"October 29, 2007 (2007-10-29)
"Bully for You"

"It's OK to Ask": Stella invites Julian to her costume-sleepover party, but Pickle is extremely uncomfortable with him being there. Pickle finally admits to Julian that he is afraid that he might catch whatever it is that Julian has and end up in a wheelchair too.

"Bully for You": Barry the "Bully" is looking for Todd and everyone can only assume that he is up to no good, except for Todd.

Music Video: "It's Okay to be Different" by Milkshake.
3812"Moving"June 9, 2008 (2008-06-09)
"The Triple Treat Treasure Hunt Race"

"Moving": As the puppies grow bigger, Sophie's house seems to grow smaller. So Mitzi makes the difficult decision to move her and the puppies out to the country to a much bigger place.

"The Triple Treat Treasure Hunt Race": Hardy the hippo is determined to enter the ToddWorld Triple Treat Treasure Hunt Race. Unfortunately, he is not exactly a natural athlete. But once Hardy sets his mind to something, he follows through, no matter what. Even though he does not win the race, he still has fun.

Music Video: "My Best Friend" by Milkshake.
3913"Super Sophie"June 10, 2008 (2008-06-10)
"Hair We Go!"

"Super Sophie": Sophie does something heroic that no one sees except Todd. He is so impressed that he declares her the town superhero. And like all superheroes, Sophie decides to keep her identity quiet, as it is a special secret between her and Todd.

"Hair We Go!": Todd makes up a game called "Now I'm Like You", where the kids pretend to be physically like one another. Stella is fascinated with Sophie's hair and wants hers to be just like it.

Music Video: "Magic Potion" by Milkshake.

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