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MUSTARD PANCAKES celebrates the joy of childhood through the power of music, storytelling and appealing characters. The series invites viewers three - to six-years-old into a nurturing environment where characters support each other's growth and work together to overcome the day-to-day challenges all children face. MUSTARD PANCAKES features the lovable and funny Courtney Campbell and a family of fun-loving puppets including three dogs - Oogleberry Ink Dog, Tiny Tina Ten Toes and Mo - and the lone cat, Mr. D. Campbell, a gifted storyteller, songwriter, guitarist and comedienne, provides a lively forum in which her pets grow emotionally and solve their own problems under her tender and wise guidance.
Mo finds Courtney's lost camera, but Mr. D takes the credit. After her trip away, Courtney is so happy to be home with the others and to have her camera back. Oogleberry takes a family photo. Later Courtney notices that there is something wrong with the family photo.
Courtney starts cooking a special dinner for her brother Johnny. But then Johnny calls and can't make it. Courtney is very disappointed. Oogleberry and the others pitch in to make a special dinner for Courtney to make her feel better.
Mr. D doesn't accept any help from Tiny Tina in dancing. Meanwhile, Oogleberry gets sprayed by a skunk. Oogleberry is embarrassed by the smell and is afraid to ask for help. Everyone realizes that when people help you it is another way of showing that they love you.
While Courtney and Tiny Tina are away at the vet, Dr. Schmeltz, for a check up, Mr. D tricks Mo into doing something. He learns that playing tricks on people is not a good thing to do. Also, Mr. D finds out that telling the truth is much better than making excuses.
Mr. D is fed up with gang and seizes the opportunity to visit his former owners (believing it to be a better home) and starts packing. The others soon realize they don't want Mr. D to leave, and Mr. D comes to realize he is already in the best place he could be, at Courtney's home with his friends.
On a rainy day, Mr. D gets accidentally locked outside in the rain. After trying to get their attention inside the house, Mr. D is finally rescued from the rain. Later, the doors get stuck again, but this time Mr. D is inside dancing to loud music while Courtney and the others try to get his at...
Everyone is settled into an inside activity on this windy day. Oogleberry is painting, Mo is playing with a ball, Mr. D is doing a jigsaw puzzle, Tiny Tina is dancing, and Courtney is reading. But Tina's dancing disrupts everybody else's activities.
Courtney and the gang make pizza! Courtney and Mo remember the great cooking of the DiNatale's, Mo's first family. They find out you can lean to respect each other's differences and tastes. Also, working together is a really good thing and can bring great results.
A loud tapping sound is heard throughout the house. Soon Courtney and the others discover its Oogleberry, constructing his new invention, an automatic kibble dispenser. Mo, Tina and Mr. D set out on their on creative invention. Everyone gets frustrated when their inventions don't work. Courtn...
It is the day for the special picnic. Mr. D, Mo, Tina and Oogleberry get everything ready. Courtney's too sick for a picnic. As Courtney naps, Tina has the idea to have the picnic in the living room. The indoor picnic is a hit with everyone, including Courtney.
Everyone is busy cleaning and checking off chores as they prepare for Courtney to come home from her trip. The gang all have gifts for Courtney, too. Courtney arrives home but is overwhelmed by the bickering of the gang. Each wants to go first.
Oogleberry Ink Dog takes a magazine test about what makes good friends. While the others are secretly planning a surprise for Oogleberry, he mistakenly thinks they are not being good friends. He discovers that if someone hurts his feelings the best thing to do is talk to them about it.
Everyone at Courtney’s house is cooking a special dinner with dishes from their former homes. Oogleberry feels he has nothing to contribute. He realizes that it is important to be proud of who he is, no matter what.
Oogleberry loses his diary and the others find it. They think about reading it in secret before giving it back to Oogleberry. They realize that a diary is private and that it is important to act honestly.
One night while Courtney is out, Mo, Tiny Tina, Mr. D, and Oogleberry decide to form a musical band. Tiny Tina uses Courtney’s guitar without permission. Soon there is an accident and the guitar is broken. The whole gang decides not to tell or say anything to Courtney. They learn that it is a...
Tiny Tina and Courtney go on a trip together. Mr. D, Mo, and Oogleberry feel left out and they become jealous of Tiny Tina’s special time with Courtney. They learn that everyone gets to do special things at different times.