Pocoyó, Season 2Closed Captioning
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Pocoyó, the curious toddler dressed all in blue, joins Pato the yellow duck, Elly the pink elephant, Loula the dog, Sleepy Bird, and many others in learning new things and having fun.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoMysterious Mysteries With Pocoyó||Pocoyó has to follow the clues in a series of photographs to work out who’s got the camera. Later, Pocoyó and his friends are learning about the different tracks different feet - and paws - make on the ground. When they see some huge footprints they are scared until they realise that one of them is wearing some rather unusual footwear… After that, Elly is aghast to realise that her darling doll is missing. Detective Pocoyó decides to help Elly and he looks for clues as to where her doll might be. While Pocoyó goes back to the scene of the crime, Elly finds that she had her doll all along: it wasn’t lost at all, she’d simply mislaid it. Elly is too embarrassed to own up and tells Pocoyó she doesn’t need her doll anymore. But Detective Pocoyó uncovers the truth and the mystery is solved. Later, Pocoyó makes a monster mask out of an old box. When he fails to scare Elly and Pato, he kicks the box out of the way in frustration. The box lands on Sleepy Bird who can’t get out of it. She flies close to Pocoyó to ask for help but he and his friends are terrified. A chase ensues. Finally Baby Bird works it out. It was Sleepy Bird all along. The friends all have a monster mash party together at the end.||28:22||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoInvent With Pocoyó||Pocoyó shows us that tidying can be fun too: a broom can be a horse, a guitar, or even a hockey stick! After that, Pocoyó finds a key which leads him on an exciting and magical adventure of exploration and discovery. Later, Pocoyó finds a new toy – a remote control that changes the colours of the things around him. It’s great fun until he changes the colours of his friends. We have to help him put things back to the way they were. At the end, Pocoyó finds a fantastic new toy: a machine that makes things invisible! He wants to show his friends his exciting discovery but they are too busy doing their own thing. Pocoyó is miffed but then realises that he can have some fun with them, without them knowing about it. He makes himself invisible and starts to undertake various sneaky antics which utterly dumbfound his pals. Things get out of hand when Pato blames Elly and Elly blames Pato – even though we all know it’s really Pocoyó’s fault. Finally the truth is revealed when Baby Bird presses the button on the machine and Pocoyó is de-invisible-ised! In the end, they all play at being invisible together.||28:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoSpecial Adventures With Pocoyó||Elly and Pocoyó have a race, and are surprised when a rank outsider pips them at the post. After that, Pocoyó promises to teach Baby Bird to drive the Vamoosh but keeps putting it off. Fed up, Baby Bird decides to have a go on his own. But he doesn’t know how and the Vamoosh spins out of control, nearly flying into Caterpillar, Pato and then Elly. Thankfully, Pocoyó manages to save Baby Bird aided by Elly and super turbo-charged Pato. Pocoyó realises he must keep to his promise and teach Baby Bird to drive properly. Later, Pocoyó goes to visit his alien friend who wants to show him around his beautiful planet. Pocoyó and the alien have so much fun with the new things that they see and hear that soon they don’t know where they are. At first they both panic but Pocoyó realises with the narrator’s and viewers’ help that if he tries to remember the last place he was he’ll be sure to find his way home. In the end, Pato packs his bag of toys and heads off to play with Octopus and Whale underwater. Unfortunately none of his toys work in the sea, and he doesn’t like the food so he’s all set to head back home. But then Whale shows Pato how fun things can be underwater once you get used to it. Pato has a wonderful time riding on whale’s back, bouncing on sea sponges and playing in a bubble. Finally Pocoyó and Elly arrive too and everyone has a splashy underwater party together.||28:10||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoDiscover With Pocoyó||Pocoyó and Loula are going to the beach, but they keep losing their ball. They learn about colours, shapes and sizes as they meet their friends along the way. After that, Pocoyó and his gang want to make friends with a butterfly but every time they say hello, it flies away. With Sleepy Bird’s help, they realise how to get close to the butterfly. Later, Elly finds a beautiful star that has fallen out of the night sky. She loves it and wants to keep it for herself. But Pocoyó makes her realise that the star is for everyone to enjoy. Together they put it back where it’s meant to be. In the end, Pocoyó plays a game with us. He shows us a series of different extremely strange shapes and wants us to guess what they are. Is that a blue tree? No it’s Pocoyó’s legs! Is that a big pink mountain? No it’s Elly! Octopus looks like a big red spinning flower and finally Pato is like a diving board. A fun guessing game, learning to look at things in different ways...||28:23||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoI Love Pocoyó||Elly has a cold and her huge trumpeting sneezes keep knocking Pocoyó’s tower of bricks down. Pocoyó and Pato have to work out what to do. Then, Elly is stricken with a case of the Elly Spots, and Pato and Pocoyó have to forsake their picnic to look after her. Once she is better, she makes it up to them. After that, our friends are playing with a model airplane which shoots off up into space. They go on an adventure to retrieve the beloved toy, encountering some friendly, bendy aliens along the way. Later, Pocoyó is charged with looking after Elly’s favourite doll, but he breaks it. Instead of telling her the truth, he pretends to be the doll. It’s only when nature gets the better of Pocoyó that Elly realises what’s going on. She forgives Pocoyó warmly and mends her doll.||28:43||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoFun With Pocoyó||Elly inadvertently sets off on a fantastic journey – all the while fast asleep on her chair – as Pocoyó and Pato protect her from danger. Later, Pato gets stuck: he’s hanging upside down from the sky. Pocoyó and the friends try to help him down but it’s just no use. Eventually they show Pato how much they love and miss him. By taking his mind off the problem, he overcomes it and gets back to normal. Later, Pocoyó and Pato are playing at being terrifying giant monsters, like the sort of monsters they’ve seen in their comics. They find a toy city and enjoy being like Godzilla and King Kong. They don’t notice that the little toys who live in the city are scared and that they’re all running away in terror as Pocoyó and Pato destroy their toy city. The audience tells Pocoyó and Pato to stop. Once Pocoyó and Pato realise what‘s been going on they repair the damage and make a wonderful funfair for the little toys. After all of that, Pocoyó wants to play ball but Pato is stubborn: he wants to play on the see-saw. Elly turns up so Pocoyó goes to play catch with her. Pato’s left on his own. And the see-saw is no fun on your own. But he has an idea. He gets a machine and makes a copy of himself, a clone. The clone likes playing for a while but when they both want to play with the same toy car, they fall out. So Pato makes another Pato. Every time he makes a new Pato, something goes wrong, because the Patos all want the same thing and are as stubborn as each other. Finally, one of the clone Patos clones itself and soon there are crowds of Patos rampaging all around the place. Pocoyó and Elly to the rescue! They turn off the machine and all the copy Patos disappear. Phewy. To end, Pato plays ball.||28:11||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoLearn With Pocoyó||Pocoyó has decided to paint a portrait. But none of his friends will sit still long enough for him to be able to finish his picture. Pocoyó is sad because he feels like he hasn’t managed to do what he set out to do – but looking at his picture with fresh eyes he sees that his picture really does capture the true essence of his friends. Later, Pocoyó discovers some old rubbish and decides to have a clear out. Baby Bird, Pato and Elly do the same. Soon there’s a huge pile of rubbish, and it turns out it’s on Caterpillar’s doorstep. Caterpillar isn’t best pleased. She throws the rubbish away and it lands on Pato. Pato in turn throws the rubbish into the sea. The rubbish keeps getting thrown around until finally Pocoyó follows the rubbish and realises it’s just going in a circle. In order to break the cycle, Pocoyó helps his friends make some new fun toys and games out of the rubbish. After that, Pocoyó finds a puppet theatre and some puppets. Brilliant! Time for him to be a puppeteer. He puts on a show for Caterpillar and Baby Bird. They love it, especially when the puppets do funny things like fall over. They bring Pato and Elly along to watch the show too. When Pocoyó makes fun of Pato and Elly with the puppets, Pato and Elly are nonplussed. They don’t think it’s so great to laugh at people. Pocoyó realises that his show has upset his friends. He says sorry and explains he didn’t mean it. Everyone makes friends again! In the end, Pocoyó is flicking though a picture book when he sees something he’s never seen before: a horse! He’s amazed and obsessed. He desperately wants to have a horse. He searches everywhere and can talk of nothing but horses. His friends try to make a horse for him but Pocoyó rejects their attempt. Elly and Pato were only trying to help and now they’re completely exasperated. Pocoyó is going mad - and driving them mad - just talking about horses all the time. Elly starts to cry in despair. Pocoyó realises that he’s been driving them crazy and that they were only trying to help. He understands that there are no real horses in Pocoyó’s world and he’ll just have to do without. He plays with the pretend horse that Elly and Pato made and has load so fun.||28:13||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoLaughing With Pocoyó||Pocoyó and Elly decide to play restaurants, a very hungry Pato becomes their unwilling and unwitting guest. But Pato doesn’t understand that it’s a game. Later, Pocoyó is down in the dumps, Octopus cheers him up. Elly falls over doing her latest dance routine and Octopus cheers her up to. Finally Pato is in a bad mood, and Octopus has to work really hard to get him to giggle. After that, Pocoyó and his friends are playing dressing up and the narrator decides to tell a story. The traditional fairy tale takes on a decidedly wacky hue as the characters all undercut the conventions with hilarious and surprising results. In the end, it is the day of the Talent Show. First Elly does some ballet karate. Then it’s Baby Bird’s turn: he’s a crazy pinball wizard. Caterpillar nervously says she’ll have her go later. Whale sings down the line from underwater. Pato does some unbelievable impersonations. Pocoyó reads out a story he’s written. It’s Caterpillar’s turn but she’s too scared. She doesn’t want to do her bit. She’s shy. We persuade her to show us her talent. She does a talk all about hippopotami. Once she’s started, there’s no stopping her. It’s wonderful. What a fantastic and unforgettable display of unique talents. Everyone can do something special.||28:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoLearning to Live With Pocoyó||Pocoyó has a party and invites all his friends. But instead of letting his friends have fun, Pocoyó keeps bossing them around. Pato, Elly and Fred soon get fed up and leave the party to play their own way. Left to play on his own, Pocoyó realises that a party with no guests is no fun at all. Pocoyó invites his friends back to the party and everyone has fun playing together in their own unique and individual ways. After that, Baby Bird is in awe of Pocoyó as he plays skilfully with a bouncy ball. Baby Bird continues to admire Pocoyó but this time it’s his construction skills as Pocoyó plays with his blocks. And yes, Baby Bird thinks Pocoyó is the best at painting too. At first Pocoyó thinks it’s great to have an admirer but soon, Pocoyó can’t do anything without Baby Bird interrupting. Eventually Pocoyó gets so frustrated that he sends Baby Bird away. Pocoyó enjoys doing everything all by himself but it’s not long before he wonders where his friend Baby Bird has gone. When Pocoyó realises that Baby Bird was only trying to be his friend Pocoyó decides to invite Baby Bird to a party especially for him. Later, Elly invites her chums to a tea party but they don’t want to come because they know how bossy Elly is at her tea parties. The tea parties are no fun because Elly is always barking out rules and orders. But when Pocoyó and Pato smell Elly’s gorgeous biscuits, they realise what they’re missing out on and they change their minds. They really want to go to her tea party now. Before they can tuck into the biscuits though, Elly bosses them around. Pocoyó and Pato are exasperated and leave Elly to it. Elly realises that her friends are sad, and a tea party isn’t really a tea party unless you’ve got friends there with you. So Elly stops being bossy, and they all have a fun party eating the treats together. At the end, Pocoyó, Elly and Baby Bird have great fun making lots of noise. But what’s music to their ears is a real old racket to poor Pato who’s trying to have a nap. In the fourth episode Pocoyó, Elly and Baby Bird agree to try to be more considerate. But then they find another wonderful way to make music – by bouncing balls. Again, their music wakes up the sleepy duck. Finally Pocoyó and his chums make a cacophony with lots of machines which make noises. Pato completely loses his rag. Pocoyó’s attempt at a soothing lullaby does nothing to calm the ever-more exhausted quacker. Pato realises there’s no other way round this – he’s going to have to conduct them himself. In so doing, he really gets rather into it and the music gives him lots of energy. He’s no longer sleepy and everyone’s playing brilliant harmonious music together.||27:59||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoImprove With Pocoyó||Pato and Elly are enjoying skipping with a skipping rope. Pocoyó thinks it looks like fun and he wants to skip too. Try as he might though, Pocoyó can’t do it. So he asks his friends for help. After that, Pato gets the hiccups. Together Pocoyó, Elly and Loula help him to get rid of them by giving him a surprise. Later, Pocoyó discovers a fabulous new playmate – his echoooo-ooo-ooo-ooo! At the end Pocoyó wants to play ‘pitch and putt’ like his friends, Pocoyó and Elly, but he can’t quite get the hang of it. He watches carefully and finally grasps where he was going wrong.||28:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoEveryday Objects With Pocoyó||Pocoyó finds an umbrella. He and his friends have great fun playing with the umbrella and trying to work out what it’s for. When it starts to rain, Pocoyó – with the help of the children watching – realises a perfect use for it! Then, Pocoyó finds a phone. He has to work out what it’s for, and who’s on the other end of the line. It’s Elly inviting everyone to a party! Later, it is discovered that there are lots of new exciting playground rides in Pocoyóland including one huge daring slide. Pocoyó is too scared to give it a go. Elly pretends she is scared too and asks Pocoyó to hold her hand. Pocoyó bravely helps his friend and thereby overcome his fear. What a great feeling, trying something new! In the end, Pocoyó is taking a walk with his beloved balloon when he is momentarily distracted by Loula and accidentally lets go of the balloon. He is flabbergasted as it drifts away up into the sky, and irreconcilably down in the dumps. Until we help him to realise that some things are more lasting than balloons: friends!||28:16||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoForever Friends With Pocoyó||An angry alien finds his way to Pocoyó’s world and declares that he wants to be king. Pocoyó, Elly and Caterpillar are all friendly but the alien just bosses them around and tries to scare them. When the alien tells Pato what to do, Pato finds it rather helpful. This goes against what the alien was expecting. Finally the alien is upset because he’s not getting the reaction he wanted. He sobs and sobs. Pocoyó et al are concerned and kind. The alien realises that he is likeable, and if he’d just stop being so angry, he could have fun. After that it is seen Pocoyó has an unusual new friend: a lonely little cloud who just wants to play. Later, Pocoyó pretends to be an elephant, a duck and a dog – but when Loula needs his help, Pocoyó sees that sometimes it’s best just to be himself. In the end, Pocoyó finds a new little friend - a very hungry caterpillar. He watches with amazement as his new friend transforms.||28:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoCherish Pocoyó and Friends||Pocoyó wants to drum, but his friends are all busy playing different things. Pocoyó learns that sometimes his friends don’t want to do exactly the same things as him. After that, Pocoyó wants to send a letter to Elly, so Pato embraces the very important role of postman. After much to-ing and fro-ing, Pato delivers a mammoth package! Later, a camping trip is planned – but Pocoyó and Pato have too much luggage. In the end they realise that all you really need for a nice camping trip are your friends - and then it doesn’t really matter whether you’re at home or away. At the end, Pocoyó is having a lovely time playing with his friends but little does he realise that he’s making a real old mess and leaving them to clear it all up! When he sees that his friends no longer want to play with him, he comes to understand the importance not only of having fun and making a mess, but of helping and clearing up too.||28:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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This is basic, bright/colorful and very pleasant to both watch and listen to. Stephen Fry does a great job of narrating and all the stories have good morals, which are important and relatable to the intended audience.
I will be back for more seasons.
Buy it and enjoy!
This show is so great been looking for it all over. My Daughter loves it so much and I also get a lot of laughs out of it as well. This show is a must own if you have little ones. It can also grab and and pull in a sixteen old as well lol. It's just so fun and funny hours of fun for everyone. "it's just great fun".
We love pocoyo
We all feel like kids again