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8 Episodes: A Tale of Tails - Wubbzy feels like an outsider because of his strange curvy tail the kids think it s too kooky and won t play with him, and it keeps causing trouble. Widget invents a machine, the Tail a Tronic, to straighten out Wubbzys tail, but it only makes things worse. Walden puts things in perspective by showing Wubbzy that there s nothing wrong with being a little different. And when Widgets invention, the Robo-Cluck, goes way out of control, it s Wubbzy s tail that saves the day. The other kids realize that they were totally wrong, you cant judge a Wubbzy by his tail.
Special Delivery - The Mailman leaves a package for Walden in Wubbzy s care. Wubbzy can t resist opening it, and finds a really cool toy train inside. He starts playing with it, but then he cant figure out how to stop the runaway train. He has to put it back in the box before Walden gets there! Widget tries to help him corral the train, as they wind up chasing it all over the backyard. Finally Walden shows up, and calmly uses the remote control to stop the chaos. Widgets Wild Ride - Wubbzy is excited about racing in the annual Wuzzleburg Derby. But when Widget gets a look at Wubbzy s little road-racer, she gets all kinds of great ideas for souping it up. She puts in huge wheels and turbo-engines and sails and the works. There s no way that Wubbzy can lose! Except he can t control this monster car, and it goes completely berserk stopping and spinning, and driving right into Wuzzleburg pond. Widget is sorry that she ruined Wubbzy s chance to win but maybe all is not lost yet. Attack of the 50-Foot Fleegle - Wubbzy wants a new pet, so he goes to the Pet Truck Man and gets a strange little animal called a Fleegle. The Pet Truck Man warns him to read the care manual, but Wubbzy thinks he knows how to take care of a pet. So he feeds it candy instead of the right food, and it starts growing. And growing, and growing.Soon it s a huge animal rampaging through Wuzzleburg, eating every sweet in sight! It s all Wubbzy s fault, so he has to figure out how to stop it! Come Spy with Me - Walden is acting suspicious about something he must have a secret. Wubbzy and Widget decide to spy on him; they don trench coats and fedoras, and trail him all over town. They are not the smoothest of spies, unfortunately tracking Walden to the library, they manage to knock over a whole shelf of books. Then they follow him to the Yum-Yum Restaurant, and finally to Mt. Zubba Bubba. They deduce that hes moving away! But Walden reveals that his real secret is a surprise gift for his two spying friends. Wubbzy Tells a Whopper - Wubbzy accidentally breaks Widgets Sandy-sander, and rather than tell her the truth, he concocts a story about a monstrous Growlygus who stole it. Widget is intent on tracking down the Growlygus, and insists that Wubbzy help her. Wubbzy has to keep embellishing his little fib to keep Widget from finding out the truth he leads his friends on a wild goose chase into the woods, looking for the mythical animal. The mess grows bigger and bigger until things get way out of control, and Wubbzy has to tell the truth. Bonus Episodes:
Mt. Fizzy-Pop - There s a whole lot of shaking going on in Wuzzleburg, and it s because old Mt. Fizzy-Pop on Dino Island is bubbling and rumbling. Walden is afraid that it s about to erupt! Puddle Muddle - Wubbzy is all spruced-up to get his picture taken with Widget and Walden, but en route to the studio he spots a mud puddle, and can t resist splashing around in it. Now he s all muddy, and has to take another bath. From now on he ll stay away from puddles!
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CastWubbzy: Grey DeLisle, Widget: Lara Jill Miller, Walden: Carlos Alazraqui
DirectorBob Boyle
Genre:  Television, Family, Music, Musical
DVD Release Date:  September 23, 2008
Runtime:  92 minutes
Studio:  Anchor Bay - ITN
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review by . February 08, 2009
My daughter is four years old, and it is sometimes difficult to find things that she likes to watch, and I can tolerate. I find that shows that are shorter tend to be better, because they have more content. Consider, for example, the difference between a standard episode of Dora the Explorer compared with a movie version of the same show. The episodes have a lot more content, and the movies have lots of slow, boring filler.      That's why shows like this one, which are about …
review by . November 28, 2008
Our almost-2-year-old daughter is absolutely fascinated with Wubbzy. In fact, we use the DVR to tape new shows on a regular basis. Having the DVD is nice, but not a deal-breaker for us, because the shows are all the same shows we've seen repeatedly on Noggin. The only really good thing about the DVD is that we can take it on car trips (we break out the DVD player as a last-resort when said daughter is on the verge of a meltdown).     If you don't have the opportunity to watch …
review by . November 13, 2008
Nick Jr.'s Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! is an animated preschool series created by Bob Boyle, a producer on Nickelodeon's The Fairly OddParents.     Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Centers on a curious little creature named Wubbzy, who lives in the mythical city of Wuzzleburg. With the help of pals Widget and Walden, he tackles everyday kid problems so he can pursue such interests as chasing flutterflies, eating ice cream and playing his favorite game, kickety kickball. Widget is a mechanical whiz and …
review by . October 13, 2008
Wubbzy teaches children solid lessons in a fun way on the new Nick Jr./Anchor Bay DVD "Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! A Tale of Tails." With day-glo colors and simple animation stylings, Wubbzy and his pals, Widget, Walden and others, will appeal primarily to kids in the pre-K to Kindergarten levels. However, first and second graders might get a kick out of Wubbzy as well.    There are eight episodes (six original and two bonus) on this DVD. Each episode puts Wubbzy and his friends in different …
review by . October 07, 2008
Getting Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! A Tale of Tails was a bit of a gamble, but my 4-year old likes it so that is what counts. It certainly appeals to its target demographic. My 8-year old thinks it is okay, but it is by no means a favorite.     This disk has the first eight episodes of Nick Jr.'s Wubbzy and a few extras. If there is a preschooler in your home, I don't see how you can go wrong with this $10 purchase. It really appeals to the 3-7 demographic, with simple stories that have …
review by . October 01, 2008
My daughter is four years old, and it is sometimes difficult to find things that she likes to watch, and I can tolerate. I find that shows that are shorter tend to be better, because they have more content. Consider, for example, the difference between a standard episode of Dora the Explorer compared with a movie version of the same show. The episodes have a lot more content, and the movies have lots of slow, boring filler.    That's why shows like this one, which are about ten …
review by . September 24, 2008
WARNING for anyone who has never seen Wubbzy before:    1) You will get theme song stuck in your head  2) At some point after watching for the first time, you will utter the phrase "That's not supposed to happen!"    Seriously, Wubbzy is a favorite of my sons. The music is catchy. Wubbzy is loveable and the animation is bright and inviting. I'm glad to finally see him on DVD.    Of the eight episodes on this video, I've seen almost …
review by . September 22, 2008
"Meet Wubbzy! He's a fun, adorable, lovable, curious little guy who is always looking to have a good time with his best friends Widget and Walden in the wacky town of Wuzzleburg. Together they discover they importance of open-mindedness, honesty and friendship all while having fun." -- From the back cover    When we had DirecTV, my son enjoyed watching Wow Wow Wubbzy. Me, I enjoyed the upbeat, funny rhyming "music videos"!    For those unfamiliar with the …
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