Ruby and Louise are not pleased when Cowboy Max keeps wandering off with their skipping rope; Ruby discovers that a good joke is just the thing to help her get over her nervousness to recite a poem at school.
Max & Ruby say “Hello” to their home after a play date, and Ruby tells Max to put his toys away because Louise is coming over to continue their play date. But Max finds a unique way to say “Hello!” to Louise. | Ruby's Spa Day (Sabiston) – Ruby and Louise are trying to have a relaxing spa before their Bunny Scout Formal Dance, but Max is keen on showing them his new Drum! | Ruby, Louise and Valerie are trying to do a Tai Chi routine, and they’re having difficulty remembering all the poses (which are named after animals) in order.
Ruby buys a locket for Grandma’s birthday and wants to get a perfect picture of the two of them in the photo booth. But when all the pictures come out, Max is doing something silly. | Ruby has discovered that things are disappearing, and she employs the help of her favourite mystery writer, Bunny Drew to help her figure out who the mastermind is. Meanwhile, Max is keeping his eye on his “Lobster!” | Ruby is decorating a cake for Grandma’s birthday, with interruptions from Max playing Superbunny, who’s using his cape in very inventive ways. But when it starts raining while they’re taking the cake to Grandma, it’s Superbunny’s cape that saves the day – and the cake.
Ruby and Louise have to get a picture of the most unusual insect they can find for a Bunny Scout badge. Max keeps getting in their way, pointing at his “Stick!” But it turns out to be a Walking Stick, and Ruby and Louise get their picture and their badge. | Ruby and Louise want to beat their personal best in badminton by keeping the birdie in the air for ten straight volleys. But Max is focused on his toys that “Launch!” When his toys collide with their birdies and send them into the trees, they never imagine that Max’s toys could actually help them exceed their personal best. | Ruby and Louise are helping Grandma set up for her summer garden party, and they particularly want to make sure that her famous Five Fruit Fiesta Flan makes it out safely. Unfortunately, Max is learning how to play catch with Roger, which threatens the garden party … but in the end, it’s Ruby’s catch that saves the dessert.
Ruby wants to surprise Grandma by making her favourite summer treat “Very Berry Summer Salsa”, but when Max finds Grandma’s old ice cream maker, he wants an ice cream cone and Ruby uses up more and more berries as Max keeps losing his scoop of ice cream. | Grandma is coming over and Ruby wants to make a maze for them to play, but Max’s train keeps getting in the way. However it ends up helping Ruby draw her maze. | The Bunny Scouts are on a camp-out and it’s nighttime. Ruby and Louise are hoping to see the Northern Lights, but Max is more concerned about having a nightlight in the tent. In the end Max finds a nightlight –and the Bunny Scouts get to see the Northern Lights.
East Bunnyhop is holding its Multicultural Fair and Ruby wants to get a Bunny Scout Cultural Appreciation Badge, but Max just wants a sandwich. As Ruby goes to each booth, hoping to learn about different cultures, Max acquires samples of different foods, but still just wants a sandwich. | Ruby is reading the latest – and greatest – book about Bunny Drew, the great detective. It’s a real page-turner, but each time she tries to turn the page to find out who’s behind the great crime, Max interrupts. She keeps taking him back to his bedroom and trying different things to get him to go to sleep, but it isn’t till the end that she realizes that what Max wants is for her to read to him, which is what puts him to sleep. | It’s a hot summer day and Ruby and Louise decide to sell their art to raise funds for the Bunny Scout trip to the art gallery. Max is hot and tries to find ways to cool off.
Max, Ruby and Grandma are on a big trip to Bunningham, and on the first day, Ruby wants to see everything! Max is intrigued with all the things there are to “Ride!” like the paddleboats in the park and the Tube. But when he sees the huge Ferris wheel by the river, he gets a great ride and Ruby gets to see everything! | Being in Bunningham of course means going to Bunningham Palace and the chance to see the Queen. Max is more fascinated by the guard in the busby and trying to make him smile. | Grandma has a big surprise for Ruby on their last day in Bunningham – they’re going to a real tea party just near Bunningham Palace. Ruby’s so excited – especially at the prospect of possibly seeing the Queen. Max is more interested in playing with his toy froggy.
Ruby asks Max to guard her apple-upside-down cake for Grandma, and doesn’t believe him when he claims the missing piece was taken by the “Lobster!” So she tells him the tale about the Bunny who Cried Wolf. | Max keeps trying to get into the girls’ stuff during their pyjama party, so Ruby tells Max the story about the bunny who went into the Three Bears’ home and found things that were “Just right.” | Ruby is helping Grandma make Berrybottom Buns, and Max doesn’t seem to be interested in helping. So she tells him the story of Little Ruby Hen and her friends who didn’t want to help her make bread.
The Bunny Scouts are eager to get their Bird Watching badge on their camping trip. Ruby’s got a bag of popcorn to lure the birds out of the trees. Max makes many attempts to eat the popcorn but ends up leaving a popcorn trail behind them – which comes in handy when the Bunny Scouts lose their way. Their solution to follow the popcorn trail back to the campsite earns them a tracking badge instead. | The Bunny Scouts are out to earn their canoeing badge, meanwhile Max has a fishing rod and wants to catch a “Big One!” When the rope loop falls of the mooring post and Ruby’s canoe almost drifts away, Max saves the day by catching the “Big one!” | The last badge of the camping trip is for building a campfire. Ruby and the Bunny Scouts each have to build a campfire before sunset. But Ruby’s attempts to build a campfire are hindered by Max who wants to spin in the tire swing “Again!”
Ruby wants to find the perfect tree at Santa’s Treeland. Max wants to see Santa Claus. When Ruby thinks she’ll never find the perfect tree, Max gets to Santa. Guess what he asks for. | Ruby and Louise are making natural decorations for the Christmas tree. Max is focused on “Christmas presents”. Ruby thinks he’s referring to presents for himself, but it turns out his idea is to decorate a tree outside with the edible ornaments – wanting to give the hungry Winter birds “Christmas presents!” | Ruby wants to practice their special Bunny Christmas Carol downtown with Louise and Valerie and then sing it door-to-door to “everybunny”. Max’s job is to ring a little Christmas bell that Ruby gives him. But he wants to ring the big bell in the middle of town.
Max & Ruby celebrates the triumph of the individual against the impossible odds of being little. Each episode centers around Max, a preschool bunny, his seven-year old sister Ruby, and the differences between them.
Max and Ruby are searching Grandma’s attic for things to make Halloween costumes out of. Ruby wants them to be two characters from a fairytale, but she can’t decide which one. Max just wants to be scary, ”Roar!”, in the end he helps her come up with the perfect fairytale duo: Beauty (or Ruby) and the Beast. | Ruby wants to decorate the house for Halloween before the trick-or-treaters come, but Max keeps interrupting her because he wants to get to the bowl of candy. When the trick-or-treaters come, Ruby thinks she’s not ready, but it turns out Max has helped her create a great, scary Halloween witch. | Ruby thinks it would be a fun idea to do a trick for all the homes they go trick-or-treating at. Max just wants all the treats he can get. But in the end, it turns out he’s played the best trick of all.
Everybunny is awaiting the arrival of East Bunnyhop Bill, the groundhog who will predict when Spring will arrive. But while they’re all crowded around one hole, Max discovers that Bill has another place to make his appearance. | Ruby wants to clean up the back yard to welcome the first robin of Spring, but Max only wants to play in the sandbox and ”Build!” When Max confiscates all the stuff Ruby’s cleaned up, it turns out he has everything the robins need to build their nest. | Ruby wants to help Grandma pot her geraniums, but keeps losing count of how many she’s potted and how many are left to pot. And Max has his own plan of how to surprise Grandma.
Max falls in love with a riding train in the department store, and keeps wanting to go back to it, but Ruby insists that they have to go help Grandma find a big bow. When they finally get back to the train display, Grandma and Ruby surprise Max – the bow is for the train, and the train is a present for Max! | Ruby is trying to pack their backpacks for a sleepover at Grandma’s. Max is supposed to be cleaning up all his toys. But Ruby thinks he’s just playing with his new train until she sees him clean up the whole living room by making a toy train! | Max wants to go for a train ride, but Ruby is getting her dollies ready for a very special tea party with Grandma. Max ensures that the tea party is special by giving all the dollies – and Ruby – their very own train ride.
It’s Earth Day and Ruby and the Bunny Scouts are having a park clean up. They think Max is helping them, but it turns out he’s helping a little duckling get back to its mommy – by giving it a train ride! | Ruby has a lot to do, checking things off her Earth Day to do list, so she can get her Friend of the Earth badge. She doesn’t have time to stop and pay attention to all the wonderful natural things around her – until Max helps her realize how great it is to just stop and look. | Ruby is getting everything ready for her Earth Day Costume party, but Max is intent on sitting in the garden and digging in the dirt. When all the party guests arrive in their Earth Day costume, they have to agree that Max has come up with the perfect one: He’s all covered in “Earth”.
Max spies a big cheesy pizza in Katie’s Diner window and he wants a slice. But Ruby’s heard that the famous ballerina, Bunny Pavlova is in town and she just has to get her autograph. Who would’ve thought they’d finally catch up with Bunny Pavlova in Katie’s Diner eating a big slice of “Pizza!” | Mrs. Huffington is bringing Baby H for a visit and Ruby’s looking through boxes to find a baby toy for him to play with. Max offers several of his robots, none of which are good baby toys. But then he uses all the boxes, and delights Baby H with his own homemade “Robot!” | Ruby and Louise decide to be junior paleontologists, and look for dinosaur bones in the back yard. Max wants to dig for a “Dinosaur” too. The girls think he’ll just get in the way, but in fact, he helps them find his own toy “Dinosaur!”
Ruby wants to surprise Grandma and decorate her house to celebrate her birthday. Max is busy playing with his flying bi-plane with “Rabbit Racer.” Who knew Max could be so helpful putting decorations up with his “Rabbit Racer”? | Ruby wants to make hand prints as a present for Grandma. She manages getting one of her own, but it’s pretty challenging to get a print of Max’s hand when he’s having so much difficulty trying to elude his “Lobster!” | Ruby’s found a dance trophy that Grandma won years ago, and thinks it would be fun to surprise her at her birthday party by playing music that she can dance to. Max is the only bunny who isn’t surprised to discover that Grandma’s favourite dance music is a little more lively than Ruby thought!
Ruby and her friends are learning how to play beach volleyball from Grandma. Every time Grandma’s about to teach them a new play, Max interrupts needing Ruby’s help to fly his kite. But when Max’s kite flies right into the game, Ruby teaches the others a very special volleyball play. | Ruby has a plan to surprise Grandma by making a piece of jewelry out of the shells she’s picked up on the beach. Max’s beach ball keeps bouncing in the way. When she hangs up her shells to dry, Max’s beach ball turns them into a beautiful wind chime, which Grandma just loves.| Ruby and her friends are having a limbo party and Ruby wants everyone to join in. But Max is more interested in playing with his “flying saucer!” When it’s down to Roger and Ruby in the limbo competition, Max’s flying saucer gives Ruby just what she needs to make it under the limbo bar.
Ruby is putting the finishing touches on her diorama of East Bunnyhop’s main street. Max wants to make his own parade. When Bunny Scout Leader arrives, she’s thrilled with Ruby’s diorama, especially the added touch of the Main Street “Parade!” | Ruby and Louise have to do the Huffington Huff & Puff, a set of exercises created by Mrs. Huffington. Max is being kept busy by Roger, who’s teaching him how to play basketball. In the end, the girls are huffing and puffing from chasing after Max’s basketball. | Ruby and Louise are playing a civilized game of croquet, but with Max coming up with more and more challenging obstacles for his race cars, the rules of croquet take an interesting turn.
Max and Ruby are having such a great time at the East Bunnyhop International Fair that Ruby wants to get a souvenir to remember it by. But as soon as Max sees the Mexican Pinata, that’s all he wants to do. When the Pinata finally gets burst, Ruby gets a souvenir she never expected. | Ruby’s Move Night (Kapila) Ruby wants everything to be perfect for her movie night with Louise and Grandma. But as soon as Max finds out there’s popcorn, that’s all he cares about. When the film they were going to show gets ruined, Max helps them create a whole new kind of movie night. | Doctor Ruby is very excited about having a “real” patient when Grandma comes over. But when Max finds out that real patients get milk and cookies, he tries everything he can to get under Doctor Ruby’s care.
Ruby is determined to erect a pasta tower as tall as she is. This is a very bad time for Max to be perfecting his paddleball skills. But in the end, Max’s paddleball helps Ruby find just what she needs to give her pasta tower the extra height she needs. | Ruby and Louise are setting up a juice bar to raise money for Bunny Scouts. Ruby’s concerned that Max’s desire to make “music” will threaten the success of their juice bar. But it turns out that max’s music is just what they need to attract customers. | Ruby and Louise are trying to earn a Bunny Scout Badge for spotting different kinds of wildlife. Unfortunately, Max and Roger are building a tree fort, and they keep scaring off the wildlife before Ruby can snap a photo of the creatures she’s spotted. But the tree fort turns out to be the perfect lookout for spotting wildlife.
Max and Ruby and Grandma are taking a train trip together, and Max can’t wait to get onboard. But Ruby knows you can’t just get on any train, you have to take the right train at the right time. She’s so intent on explaining it to him, she nearly misses the train until Max helps out. | Ruby knows it’s time to go to bed in the sleeper car of their train, but Max wants to stay “Up!” After many trips up and down the ladder to her upper berth, Ruby finally discovers that what Max really wants to do is sleep up there! | Ruby’s very excited about giving Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate a card when they arrive for their visit, but Max is focused on the Conductor’s “Hat!” When Ruby discovers that her card is missing, it never occurs to her that Max knows exactly where it is.
Ruby and Louise are working on a memory quilt, but interruptions from Cowboy Max make it difficult to get it finished. When Cowboy Max tries out his lasso trick, nobunny expects that he’ll end up helping Ruby find the perfect idea for the final square of the quilt. | Director Ruby is making a “day in the life” movie for Grandma, in which she’ll feature all the things that make a perfect day for Ruby. Max’s desire to teach Froggy new tricks doesn’t figure into her idea for the movie. But it turns out that’s just what caps off a perfect day in the life of Ruby. | Ruby and Louise are trying to set a new East Bunnyhop Ping-Pong record. But Max thinks the Ping-Pong table is a perfect “Space Station!” When Ruby and Louise lose their Ping-Pong balls, Max’s space toys come to the rescue and help Ruby set a new record.
Ruby and Louise are reading a Bunny Drew Mystery in their new book club. Meanwhile Max is sending his helicopter out on search and rescue missions. When the last page of the Bunny Drew Mystery goes missing, Ruby and Louise think they know who dunnit – but they learn that the secret to a great mystery is that it’s never who you think it is. | Ruby is determined to win the Bunny Scout Poetry contest and takes Max out on a nature walk to be inspired. Max is inspired by the snacks that she’s packed for their expedition. And that’s what ends up helping Ruby finish her poem. | Ruby opens a lending library to share her love of books, and has a great book on magic that will help Max perfect his magic. But he can’t borrow a book until he makes his library card reappear.
Ruby plans to make Grandma a brooch with her new jewelry making kit. Max is playing with his new Magnificent Magnet kit and discovers just how many things he can attract with his magnets. | Rosalinda asks Ruby to look after her parrot and Ruby decides to surprise her by teaching it to talk. Max has a different idea of how to surprise everyone! | Ruby wants to have a real Italian dinner with Grandma and Mr. Piazza, but all Max wants to do is to eat “Spaghetti!” When Ruby accidentally slips and sends the spaghetti flying, Max’s quick thinking saves the day – and the real Italian meal.
Max is acting out the part of his hero “Space Bunny!” Ruby brings him up to Grandma’s attic so she can find things to put in a scrapbook for Grandma. She finally finishes the scrapbook, with a little imagination and some help from “Space Bunny!” | Ruby has arranged everything for a perfect Summer Fashion Party for her friends. But she’s worried it could be upset by Max’s desire to play with the “Sprinkler!” In the end, she discovers that the sprinkler is exactly what they need to show off their summer swimwear fashions. | Ruby wants to surprise Grandma by planting some daisies in her backyard for their garden tea party. Max is trying to perfect his skills hopping on a pogo stick. When time is running out, Max’s pogo stick is perfect for digging holes to plant the daisies in!
When Max discovers that Ruby wants to solve a mystery, just like Bunny Drew, suddenly his Red Rubber Elephant goes missing. It’s up to Ruby to solve the mystery. But when Ruby tells Grandma they can’t go over for cookies till they find the Elephant, Max really wants Ruby to solve the mystery – fast! | Ruby is trying to decide which toy to give away for the Bunny Scout Toy Drive, and suggests that Max should donate a toy too. But while she’s trying to choose, Max and his lobster keep getting in the way. | Ruby and the Bunny Scouts are getting ready for the Big Finish of the Annual East Bunnyhop Variety Show. But instead of remembering his cue, Max is intent on playing with this Gumball Spitting Spider. To Ruby’s surprise Max gives the show a bigger finish than she could have imagined.
Max wants to go on the Rocket Racer at the East Bunnyhop Fair, but Ruby and Louise keep showing him the height line and telling him that he’s not tall enough to go on the ride, no matter how many tricks he uses to look taller. | Ruby and Louise want Max and Morris to put away Max’s rockets in the backyard. Its Bunny Scout Leader’s birthday and the girls are preparing for a special Bunny Scout meeting. But when Bunny Scout Leader arrives, she gets a surprise show nobody expected!! | Ruby wants to win a race in the East Bunny Hop Fair, but each time she tries to compete, she gets distracted by Max who wants a Candy Apple. When she ties their legs together for the Three-legged Race she’s sure he won’t be able to get away this time
Ruby and Louise want to build a castle out of blocks. Max wants to keep adding “More!” Ruby reminds Max that “more” doesn’t mean better, and they want their castle to be perfect. . But by the time they’re done, the girls discover that Max's additions have made their castle “Perfect!” | Ruby and Louise are playing hopscotch on the walk. Max is playing with his cement truck and keeps picking up their “Stones!” Ruby is having trouble hopping all the way up and down without losing her balance, but when Max’s cement truck dumps its contents on the hopscotch game, Ruby deftly hops through the all the squares, picking up each of the “Stones!” | Max befriends a grasshopper while Ruby and Louise are trying to do a Bunny Scout experiment to measure how quickly their beansprouts grow. But Max and Hoppy keep hopping in the way. When Hoppy starts eating the beansprouts, the girls are devastated, until they realize that they can alter their experiment to measure how much higher a grasshopper can hop if it has more energy.
Grandma has organized a Treasure Hunt for Max, Ruby and Louise. Max thinks it’s all about “pirates!” but Ruby and Louise know it’s all about treasure! The final clue leads them to Grandma’s house, where, to their surprise, Grandma greets them in the backyard, with a trunk full of treasure, but dressed as a “Pirate!” | Ruby is putting a puzzle together and Max is playing with his infamous diabolical lobster. When the lobster nabs a puzzle part, first Max and then Ruby go on a mad dash to get the puzzle piece back from the lobster. | Grandma’s coming over for an outdoor recital. Ruby doesn’t know what instrument she’s going to play, and Max keeps interrupting her search, asking for more glasses of “Water!” When Grandma comes, Ruby still isn’t prepared, but that’s okay because Max has followed Grandma’s instructions and they both play a recital for Ruby on glasses filled with “Water!”
Ruby wants to get a home run on the baseball team, and Max wants to play with his “Airplane!” After several attempts, during which Max's plane causes her to strike, Ruby accidentally hits the ball and then chases the plane around the bases, surprising herself by getting a home run, thanks to Max’s “Airplane!” | Ruby & Louise are putting on a ballet, and Max wants to drive his “Race Car.” When Ruby’s boombox is broken, Ruby can’t remember the tune, until Max’s comes up with the missing notes by honking the horn on his “Race Car.” | Ruby is supposed to do a handstand and hold if for five seconds for her Bunny Scout “Gymnastic Bunny” badge. Ruby has two problems – one is that her arm muscles won’t hold her for five whole seconds, and the other is Max, who keeps interrupting and asking her to push him on the “Swing!” But when it comes time for her to perform her handstand for Bunny Scout Leader, Ruby discovers she’s built up her muscles, thanks to pushing Max on the “Swing!”
Ruby and Louise want to make a perfect gingerbread house for Grandma for Christmas. Max is intrigued of course, by all the “Candy!” It’s going fine except that the girls can’t get the walls to stick, and finally the thing that’ll make them stick is the addition of Max’s favourite “Candy!” | Christmas is over and it’s time to take the decorations down. Ruby is sad but realistic. Max doesn’t want the feeling to end, so he confiscates the Christmas ornaments and creates a makeshift Christmas tree in Ruby’s room so it can still be “Christmas!” | It’s New Year’s Eve and Grandma has invited Max & Ruby to stay with her and watch the new year come in. Ruby is so concerned with staying awake that she contrives all kinds of games for them to play, and in the end both she and Grandma are fast asleep by the time the clock strikes midnight, leaving Max alone to wake them up with “Happy New Year!”
When Ruby’s play is interrupted by Max playing with his marbles, she tells Max he needs to be more sensitive to what other bunnies might want. She uses the bunnytale of the “Princess & the Marbles” to help him understand. | Ruby wants Max to try on a new suit in the department store. Max says “No new suit!” Ruby tells Max the bunnytale about Emperor Max’s New Suit to explain why he shouldn’t be so picky about his new clothes. | When Max’s blimp threatens to blow Ruby, Louise and Valerie’s paper dollhouses away, it’s time to tell the bunnytale of the Max & Three Little Bunnies.
Ruby wants to paint a perfect rainbow for Grandma but she can’t remember the colours or the order they go in. Max says “Backyard”. Ruby says he can’t go outside because it’s raining. But when she finally follows him out, there’s a rainbow in the “backyard.” | Ruby & Louise build a birdhouse. Max says “Hungry” and Ruby gets him a peanut butter sandwich, then berries, then sunflower seeds. When the birds don’t come near Ruby and Louise’s birdhouse, Max uses the treats to attracts the birds, who are “Hungry!” | Max keeps trying make a “Mudpie!”. Ruby wants him to stay clean, because Grandma’s coming over with something very special. Max gets himself and Ruby mucky, but that’s okay. Turns out that Grandma’s surprise is a messy-to-eat double chocolate fudge treat she calls “Mudpie!”
Ruby can't wait to see all the gorgeous flowers at the Flower Festival, but first Max sees Mr. Huffington making ballon animals, and he wants a "Balloon!" A series of accidents causes Max's balloons to burst, so they keep having to return to Mr. Huffington. By the time they finally get to the flowers, the festival is closing, so Ruby thinks she won't see any gorgeous flowers, until Max gets Mr. H to make a beautiful flower out of a "balloon!" | Ruby, Louise and Valerie are setting up a penny carnival in the backyard to earn money for a Bunny Scout field trip. Max keeps getting in the way with a monster mask, his toys bats and spiders and other things that are “Scary!” Ruby asks Max to get his icky toys out of the way, but when the carnival gets going, the biggest line-up is for the monster house Max has created, because everybunny loves things that are “Scary!” |Max and Ruby are at the Fun Fair, and Ruby wants to win the basketball toss because the prize is a goldfish. Max tries other games and he always manages to “Win!” different prizes. When Ruby finally wins the goldfish, Max has won everything she needs to give it a nice home.
Louise is trying to teach Ruby how to do the hula hoop, but Max’s toy “Bugs!” keep getting in the way. When one of his toy bugs falls down the back of her dress, Ruby finally finds her hula wiggle. | The Bunny Scouts want to see Mars through their telescope, and Max finally helps them aim their telescope in the right direction with his toy “Martians! | Ruby and Louise want to play Cinderella, but they don’t want Max to join in because he’s too dirty and grubby. But when Grandma comes with the glass slipper, there’s only one grubby foot that fits in the shoe and only one “Cinderella!”
Max wants to play “Duck Duck Goose!” with the girls but they have to find five winter birds for their Bunny Scout badge. When the girls have only found three birds, they discover that Max has lured the last two kinds of birds – “Duck Duck Goose.” | Max wants to zoom down the hill on his “sled!” but Ruby is intent on making a huge snowbunny and she needs Max’s help. When it turns out they’ve built the snowbunny at the bottom of Rocket Run, the only way to get the snowbunny safely out of the way, is by using Max’s “Sled!” | Grandma and Ruby have made three snowflake-shaped cookies and now Ruby wants to surprise her by decorating them all exactly the same. Max wants to sample his “Snowflake!” right away. His attempts to get a cookie cause Ruby to spill sprinkles and icing so the cookies are all decorated differently. Ruby’s upset, but when Grandma comes, she points out that her cookies are perfect – they’re all different, just like each and every “Snowflake!”
Ruby is collecting stories from members of the community for her Good Neighbour Badge. Max has his “Fire truck”, which ends up helping him come to the rescue during each of Ruby’s interviews. In the end, Ruby’s Report is about her brother the Good Neighbour, and his “Fire Truck!” | Ruby’s the first one in the door of Candi’s Candy Store to try to win the Candy Counting contest. But it’s hard to get an accurate count when you’ve got a little brother who keeps interrupting when he thinks he’s helping. | Ruby wants to buy some new shoes at the shoe sale in the department store. Max wants to meet "Super Bunny!", who's making a personal appearance there. As Ruby keeps searching for the perfect pair of shoes, Max thinks he's going to miss his chance, until the day is saved for both of them thanks to "Super Bunny!'
Ruby and Louise are making a float for their dollies for the Fall Fun Festival Parade. Max and Roger are making a car for the Cool Car Cavalcade “Vroom vroom!”. In the end, the Cool Car is the perfect way for the girls and the dollies to be in the parade. “Vroom vroom!” | Ruby and Louise are determined to make the most beautiful picture out of leaf rubbings, using a leaf from each of the trees in their backyard. Roger is keeping Max busy by teaching him how to kick a field goal. The girls get frustrated when Max’s football keeps landing on or near their project. But when they just need one more maple leaf to make their project complete, it’s Max and his football that come to the rescue. | It’s fall, so that means it’s time for the harvest! Ruby is prepared to harvest all the yummy vegetables that are ripe from the garden. And she enlists Max’s help to set aside the most beautiful of the vegetables for her “Horn of Plenty” table decoration. Unfortunately, Max is unable to resist the temptation and by the time Ruby goes to start creating her horn of plenty, it’s a horn of empty!
Mr. & Mrs. Huffington ask Ruby to keep Baby Huffington happy while they set up their picnic in the park. Max wants to be “Super Bunny!” Ruby thinks Baby H might want to nap so she tells Max he’ll have to take off his cape and play something else. But when Baby H gets fussy, the thing he really wants is that cape and “Super Bunny!” | The girls are trying to perfect The Water Lily, the hardest move in their synchronized swimming routine. Max wants to play with all his toys that “Float!” Of course his toys always get in their way, but Max ends up helping the girls make a perfect water lily, with the help of his “Float!” | Ruby tells Max they’re going to spend the whole entire day playing at Louise’s house, but Max can only take a few toys. So he decides to say “Goodbye” to all the toys he won’t see for the whole day. When Ruby finally gets Max out the door, they run into Grandma, who wants to play pirates with them. Ruby explains that they’re going to Louise’s, but when she tries to lead Max away, he takes Grandma’s hand and has one word for Ruby: “Goodbye!”
Max wants to eat the Triple-Nut-Coconut Crunch muffin that Grandma brought over for them, but Ruby hadiscovered she lost her loose tooth, and she HAS to find it. Of course they end up finding it in Ruby’s “Muffin!” | Ruby, Louise and Roger are playing soccer, with Roger in net. Ruby really wants to score a goal and Louise is cheering her on. But Max keeps getting in the way with his “Robots!” Eventually Ruby does score, in spite of – and because of – Max’s “Robots!” | Max, Ruby and Grandma are at the beach. Max wants to go in the “Water!” But Ruby wants to make a sandcastle that has everything a real castle would have. She send Max out on missions to get things for the castle, and although he never gets what she expects, Ruby ends up making a sandcastle with everything a real castle would have, including a moat with “Water!”
Grandma, Max and Ruby go to the department store to finish their Christmas shopping. Ruby tells Max to keep Grandma busy while she looks for the perfect Christmas present for her. Max and Grandma play with cowboy toys while Ruby finds a boa. But after interruptions from Max, Ruby discovers that someone else has bought the boa. But in the end, everyone is happy with their Christmas “Present!” | It’s time to trim the Christmas tree, and Ruby wants to decorate it with all her favourite ornaments, so the tree will look “Beautiful.” Max thinks his snakes and bugs and other toys are “Beautiful”. In the end, when Ruby discovers they forgot to put the star treetopper on the tree, Max uses one of his toys to put his pinwheel on top. And they both pronounce it “Beautiful! | There’s been a huge snowfall and Ruby thinks it would be wonderful to surprise Grandma by shoveling the walk to their house. But Max wants to play with his pedal “Car!” When the job looks too big to finish, Max helps by making a snow plow out of his “Car!”
Ruby and Louise are trying to remember the steps to the Hippity Hop dance. AS they’re trying to figure it out Max and Roger keep interrupting with their game of “Football!” finally, when Max scores a touchdown, he and Roger do a victory dance that provides Ruby and Louise with the final step of the Hippity Hop. | Ruby wants to get her Bunny Scout Young Environmentalist badge by creating an environmentally correct birdbath in their outdoor pool for the migrating birds. Max misinterprets and wants to fill the pool with “Bath toys!” Ruby is worried that his toys are going to scare her birds away, but in the end they are attracted by the rubber ducky – Max’s favourite “Bath Toy!” | Ruby and Louise are trying to make a papier mache mobile of the sun, moon and earth for their science project. Max and Morris are playing their favourite super heroes, Super Bunny and Zoom Zoom. The girls are worried that the super heroes are going to ruin their project but in the end, Super Bunny and Zoom Zoom literally save the world!
Ruby is making an Easter Bonnet for the Bunny Scout Easter Bonnet contest. Max is trying to teach Froggy to “hop!” Ruby finally wins top prize for her most original spring Easter Bonnet, when Froggy actually hops right out of her bonnet! | Ruby is happy decorating Easter Eggs but Max wants a “Parade!” Ruby explains that there’s no Easter Parade, and asks Max to take each egg as she finishes it and put it in a basket to show Grandma. But when Grandma comes, there are no eggs in the basket. Instead, Max has incorporated the eggs and his toys to make his own Easter “Parade!” | Ruby and the rest of the Bunny Scouts are eager to participate in the annual Easter Egg Hunt. She explains to Max that the Easter Bunny hides the eggs and it’s their job to find them. But when they start finding the same eggs over and over and their baskets aren’t getting any more fully, they suddenly realize that Max has become the “Easter Bunny!”
When Max won’t eat his beans, Ruby tells him the story of Jack & the Beanstalk to show him that beans can be wonderful. After they’ve created their own fantasy version of the story, Max does have a different opinion of beans … and happily plants them in the garden! | Ruby and Louise want to act out a play with them as princesses and Max as a prince, but Max wants to play with “Froggy!” so Ruby tells him the story of The Frog Prince, hoping to encourage him to play the prince. However, after their fantasy version of the story is told, Max knows who should play the prince. “Froggy!” | Ruby is taking cookies to Grandma and Max wants to have some. Ruby tells a variation on the story of Little Red Riding Hood, in which the Big Bad Wolf ends up eating Grandma’s cookies. Which gives Max a wonderful idea….
Ruby has to deliver flyers announcing the Bunny Scout Bake Sale and Max keeps getting in the way with his own flyers – all his flying toys. Just when it looks like Ruby’s not going to get her flyers out in time, Max comes up with a solution, using his own “Flyers!” | Grandma, Max and Ruby are at the beach, and Ruby wants to create a tidal pool with all kinds of interesting sea creatures, plants and shells in it. But when they keep disappearing, she thinks Max is playing tricks on her. But it’s not Max who’s playing tricks, it’s the sneaky “Crab!” | Ruby goes to help keep an eye on Baby Huffington while she works in the garden. Ruby wants to stop Baby H from crying, and is sure Max’s noisy toys aren’t helping. But in fact, it’s Max’s noisy toys that make Baby Huffington happiest
Ruby and Louise are getting ready to go to see the fireworks in the park with Grandma, but Max is focused on catching “Fireflies!” | Ruby and Louise are playing in Grandma’s attic and think it would be great fun to have a fashion show in Grandma’s old clothes. They want Max to be in the fashion show too, but Max would rather play “Pirate!” | Ruby is trying to decide what song she’ll perform in the upcoming talent show. Max makes the practicing difficult because he keeps getting his noisy animal toys out and saying “Sing!” In the end, they do a uniquely Max & Ruby interpretation of “Old Macdonald had a Farm”.
Ruby and Louise have to fill out the last page of their Bunny Scout Scrapbook and they decide to have a safari in the back hard and get a picture of a special creature. Max keeps leading them astray with his animal toys, but in the end, his red rubber elephant attracts a hummingbird, and the girls get their photo. | Ruby and Louise have set up the beauty shop again and want to subject Max to an all-natural treatment with crushed up fruits and veggies. Max thinks the treatments look quite tasty, and would rather play in the mud. | Ruby and Louise are making a terrarium for the Bunny Scout chameleon, and Max is very interested in the “Lizard!” When the chameleon escapes, Max is the only one who sees through its camouflage, and manages to help get it safely back in the girls’ finished terrarium.
It’s snowing and blowing, but that doesn’t stop Max from wanting to play “Outside!” Ruby says it’s a Snow Day and tries to engage him in all kinds of inside activities. Max gets finger paints everywhere but the page gets macramé tangled all around the house and creates chaos with Ruby’s Dolly Tea Party. When the snow stops and Ruby says they can play outside now, Max looks around at all the havoc he’s created and decides he would rather stay “Inside!” | Max & Ruby are entranced by the radio show The Abominable Snow Bunny, and when they go outside, Max is determined to find it. When he starts finding clues, Ruby reminds him that there’s no such thing … but after a while, she’s starting to wonder if there really is a “Snow Bunny!” | On the sledding hill, Ruby is getting cold and wants to go in. Then Louise & Morris arrive, and Morris’ winter snowsuit is identical to Max’s, except their hats, mitts and scarves are different colours. Max coerces her into going “Again!” and Max manages to switch hat, mitts and scarf with Morris so that he can stay out and continue sledding with Louise. Only when Ruby gets home does she realize there’s been a mix-up.
It’s Ruby’s birthday and she’s very excited. She’s convinced her friends are going to give her a surprise party. She wants to stay close to home so she’ll be ready for it, but Max keeps luring her away with his own little surprises. He finally leads her to Grandma’s house, and she thinks she’s going to miss the party, but Max says “Surprise!” as Grandma and all Ruby’s friends throw her a party. | Ruby’s having a great time at her party, but Max just wants “Cake!” Ruby explains that they can’t have cake until they’ve played all their party games. So Max sets out to ensure that the games are over very quickly so they can get to the “Cake!” | Ruby and Louise are opening Ruby’s presents after the party. Ruby is as enthralled with the wrapping paper as she is with the presents and wants to save it all. Max keeps intruding, making off with the wrapping paper and eventually getting it stuck all over himself, so in the end, he becomes Ruby’s last birthday “Present!”
Ruby and Louise want to put on a puppet show, and Max wants to use his toys as puppets. But they keep telling him his toys aren’t puppets... until one of them turns out to be just right. | Ruby and Louise want to do the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies, but that involves doing a very difficult pirouette. Max only wants to get to the Sugar Plums that Grandma made, and to Ruby’s surprise, his efforts help her do her pirouette. | The success of Ruby’s fancy dress-up party is threatened when Max’s ants accidentally get out of their ant farm. But Max manages to snag all the ants before anyone notices them, and actually becomes the hit of the party!
Max & Ruby go to Mr. Piazza’s to pick out a pumpkin for Halloween. But every time Ruby thinks she’s found the perfect one, she gets distracted by Max, and someone else buys the pumpkin. In the end, Max helps her find a pumpkin that’s just perfect. | Ruby wants a smiley jack-o-lantern for her Halloween party and Max wants a scary one. Ruby thinks she’s convinced Max until he discovers that a smile turned upside down can look pretty scary. | Ruby is determined not to be scared by Max’s Halloween pranks, and Max is equally determined to scare her. The last thing Max expects is to have the tables turned!
Ruby wants to pick lots of berries from Grandma’s berry patch so Grandma can make her surprise berry recipe. Max is eager to pick berries too – but he wants to eat them right away. | Ruby and Louise want to finish their banner for the Bunny Scout Parade. Max wants to be in the parade too, but it’s just for Bunny Scouts. | Ruby and Max are about to go to Grandma’s to see what her surprise is when Ruby discovers that Mrs. Quack has gone missing. This is a job for Ruby’s Detective Agency!
Ruby and Louise are painting pictures for the Bunny Scout Art Exhibit - and they use Max as a model. But Max doesn’t want to model – he wants to paint! | Ruby and Louise think Max and Morris will become friends while they make a banner for the Bunny Scout Picnic. But Morris isn't very good at sharing and wants to play with all of Max's toys, so Max is not eager to make friends. | Bunny Scout Leader has organized a scavenger hunt in the park for all the Bunny Scouts, but Max keeps interrupting Ruby's search. In the end, Max finds the one thing the rest of the Bunny Scouts can't.
Max wants Ruby to help him find his monster mask, but Ruby has a bad case of the hiccups. She and Louise try all kinds of remedies, but in the end, it's Max who scares her hiccups away. | Ruby wants to take a picture of her and Max for Grandma, but Max is more interested in chasing a butterfly. After "wasting" several pictures, Ruby finally gets a beautiful picture of her, and Max ... and the butterfly. | Ruby and Louise decide to put on a show for Grandma, but Max wants to wear his dragon mask instead. Despite all attempts to get him into the prince's role, Max insists on staying in character as the dragon.
Max makes friends with a frog in the creek and wants to take it home with him. But Ruby is planning a tea party for Grandma and that's no place for a froggy. She tells Max that froggy needs to stay in its home in the creek, but Max - and froggy - have other ideas. | Ruby, Valerie and Louise are practicing for the Bunny Scout concert. Max wants to play too, but just makes a lot of banging noise. But when the trio can't keep time, Max adds just the right beat and turns the trio into a quartet. | It's a very hot day and Max wants to go in his swimming pool. But Ruby says they've just had lunch so he's going to have to wait. In the meantime, she decides to water the plants. Finally, Ruby comes up with a solution that allows the plants to get their drink and for Max to get wet without getting a tummy ache.
Ruby wants to have a tea party for her dollies, but Max wants to play pirate. When it looks like Ruby's lost the ruby necklace she was going to wear for the tea party, only Pirate Max can help her out. |Ruby, Louise and Valerie want to play Freeze Tag. Max wants a Slime Dribbler. When Max is It, he freezes everyone ... and seizes the moment to get his slime dribbler. | Ruby and Louise are making a papier mâché volcano for a Bunny Scout project. Max wants candy. Little do the girls know that Max has a totally different purpose for his Red Hot Marshmallow Squirters than they thought.
Ruby wants to win a plush giant panda at the annual fair. Max wants jellyballs. By the time their money's run out, Ruby gets her panda, but not the way she expected. | Ruby's got a new pair of roller skates and she wants to skate all the way over to Grandma's to surprise her. Max wants to play tow truck ... and in the end, he helps Ruby skate to Grandma's. | The Bunny Scouts are having a jamboree, and the highlight (after s'mores) is the telling of ghost stories around the campfire. Ruby tells Max he has to go to sleep because the ghost stories will be too scary ... but Max isn't the one who ends up frightened by "Ghost Bunny!"
Grandma is having a tea party and Ruby wants to make something special for Grandma's friends. Max wants to play with bugs. Grandma helps Ruby make a gelatin salad, and Max helps Ruby find a "special ingredient". | Ruby and Louise decide to have a beach party in the sandbox. Unfortunately, Max and Morris want to use the same space for their dump trucks. The turf war ends happily as they both get their way. | Ruby and Louise decide to play circus in the backyard. Max is listening to (and acting out) his favorite radio show - Super Bunny. But when Max sees his trusty friend, Red Rubber Elephant in peril at the circus, it's Super Max, to the rescue!
At the Department Store, Max wants a Dragon Shirt but Ruby only has five dollars to buy him a brand new pair of overalls. While a pretty dress distracts Ruby, Max finds his Dragon Shirt. But Ruby doesn’t have any money left for his overalls. | Ruby and Louise are taking baton twirling lessons from Mrs. Huffington and Max is entertaining himself and Baby Huffington with his Rabbit Racer. When Ruby’s baton ends up on the roof, there’s only one way to get it down. | Roger is the cool kid in Ruby and Louise's class and they want him to stop and play with him. Max wants to play with his car and keeps getting in the way as they try to prepare different games for Roger. But when Roger finally arrives, there's only one thing he's interested in playing...
Ruby invites Louise and Valerie for a pajama party. Max wants to crash the party. Especially when he sees the snacks. | Ruby and Louise decide it would be fun to pretend they have a baby. Max doesn't think it's such a good idea. | Ruby wants to sell her Bunny Scout Brownies to make money for Bunny Scouts. Max wants to help ... and sample the brownies. Just when it looks like Max’s help is going to keep Ruby from selling any brownies, Candi surprises both of them.
Max is enjoying playing with his shadow in the backyard ... until a cloud comes and it disappears. Meanwhile Ruby and Valerie are trying to draw a bunny ballerina, but keep getting interrupted by Max, who wants his shadow to come back. | Ruby discovers a string tied around Max’s finger and leaps to the assumption that he’s supposed to remember something. She takes him through the whole house finding all sorts of things Max should have done (and doing them for him) until discovering what the string was really for. | Ruby’s learning how to run a candy store with Candi’s help. Ruby tells Max he shouldn’t eat too much candy or he’ll get sick, but she has to sample the candies so she “knows the product”. Unfortunately Ruby gets to know the product a little too well.
Ruby and Louise decide to play Doctor’s Office. All they need is a patient. But Max wants to play with his markers. | Ruby and Louise look for special things for Ruby's charm bracelet while Max tries to get to the bottom of the cereal box to get his prize. | Ruby and Louise want to make a beautiful float for the Bunny Scout Parade. But Max wants to play spaceman and soon their float takes a different direction.
Ruby is determined to skate a figure eight. Max, who barely knows how to skate, is equally determined to play hockey with Roger and the big bunnies. | Ruby plans a surprise party for Louise and employs Max as the lookout. But Ruby gets more surprised than Louise, and Max gets the cake he was craving. | Ruby and Valerie try to put a tent together despite interruptions from ... Super Max
Ruby needs absolute quiet while she tries to write a story. But Max wants to play cowboy. Eventually he helps Ruby come up with the perfect idea for her story. | Ruby and Louise want to earn their hospitality badge by hosting a Bunny Scout meeting. Max and Morris are busy exploring the domino effect with a variety of toys – which culminates in a terrific welcome for the Bunny Scouts. | In Grandma’s attic, Ruby is delighted to try on old clothes, and Max finds an old chest that Grandma says nobody ever goes into. When he finds the key, they all get a surprise.
Ruby and Max are at Grandma’s to help with Thanksgiving dinner. Ruby is thrilled to help decorate, but Max just wants to sample Grandma’s famous stuffing. Unfortunately, by the time dinner is ready, Max has sampled | Ruby doesn’t see that Max is playing with froggy and assumes that he’s got a “pretend friend”. When froggy creates chaos, Ruby thinks Max is blaming his “pretend friend” for things he’s done. | Ruby wants to practice jumping rope for the Bunny Scout Jump-a-thon but Max wants to play Fireman and keeps tripping her up.
Ruby needs to practice "Twinkle Twinkle" for the school music recital but Max keeps interrupting her, looking for his lost Fire Truck. It's only when Ruby finally manages to play "Twinkle Twinkle" all the way through that she discovers where the Fire Truck was. | Max is still hungry after Ruby makes him a strawberry jam and lettuce sandwich because the sandwich isn't in him, it's all over him! Ruby decides Max needs a bath. But Max manages to get dirtier and dirtier, instead of cleaner. | It’s Max’s bedtime, but Max can’t sleep without his red, rubber elephant. Ruby searches all over his room, but the elephant is nowhere to be found. So Ruby brings her own toys to Max’s bed to help him sleep. Soon there’s no room for Max!
Ruby plays Hide and Seek with Max but Max doesn't know the rules. Ruby tries to explain how they are supposed to take turns but Max just keeps hiding. Ruby eventually gets her turn to hide - but not the way she expects! | Ruby has a special surprise for Max’s breakfast: A lovely sunnyside-up egg. Max would rather have strawberries for breakfast and tries every trick known to bunnies to avoid eating that egg. | Ruby can’t wait for the phone to ring, because Louise has a big secret to tell her. But when the phone finally rings, Max chooses that exact time to play with the noisiest toys he can find. Ruby tries everything to keep Max from making noise so she can hear Louise’s secret, but never quite succeeds.
Ruby is all ready to catch the next bus to Louise's house, but Max wants to stay home and play with his toys. Ruby tries to convince Max to come, by promising to bring his toys along, but they miss bus after bus. Soon there's only one bus left, and it looks like they'll make it... |Ruby has found the perfect place to grow marigolds in her dollies' garden. Unfortunately it's the same place Max has chosen to make a big gooey wormcake. As Ruby tries to teach Max how to plant marigolds so they'll grow beautifully, Max uses Ruby's advice to make his wormcake. | When it starts to rain, Ruby tells Max they have to go inside, but Max wants to play outside. So Ruby tries to help Max change into rainy day clothes. It takes so long that the rain has stopped by the time they get outside. But Max has the perfect solution.
Max is excited when Ruby tells him they are going to sleep outside, until Ruby explains they are sleeping outside ‘inside’ a tent. Max helps Ruby find everything they need for their camp out before Ruby realizes her mistake. He’s filled up the tent and there’s no room left for them. Max gets to sleep ‘outside’ after all. | Ruby and Louise have made a clubhouse in the backyard, but it’s private and Max isn’t allowed in. After Max has made numerous efforts to find a way into the clubhouse, Ruby suggests he start his own clubhouse. It doesn’t take long before she wishes she hadn’t. | Max joins Ruby and Louise on a backyard bird watching expedition. But Max is far more interested in Ruby's picnic basket than he is in finding the elusive Speckled Warbler.
Ruby wants Max to be a Little Prince for Halloween but Max wants to be a Vampire. Ruby, dressed up as Cinderella, thinks Max will scare Grandma when they go trick-or-treating to her house. However, it’s Ruby who gets the fright when Grandma answers the door. | Ruby just has three leaves to collect and she’ll have the best leaf collection book in the whole class. At first Ruby thinks Max is helping her when he creates a giant pile of leaves. But his leaves aren’t for collecting; they’re for jumping in! | Max gets frightened when Ruby reads the scary story he wanted to hear at bedtime. Now he doesn't want to sleep alone. Ruby assures Max there's no Boogie Man hiding in his room, but when Ruby starts hearing strange noises the tables are turned.
Bunny Scout Ruby tries to earn her very first Merit Badge. Max helps Ruby get her badge - only it's not the one she expected. | Ruby and Louise's clapping game about making ‘apple pie’ makes Max hungry for an apple (or so Ruby and Louise think). Ruby picks Max every apple she can find on the tree but Max is still not satisfied. What could Max possible want with all of those apples? PIE, of course! | Mrs. Huffington has asked Ruby to keep an eye on a napping Baby Huffington, while she’s outside working in the garden. Ruby tells Max it’s their job to be quiet so Baby Huffington doesn’t wake up, but Max keeps making noise.
Ruby wants to clean up Max's messy room but Max cannot throw anything away. Max helps Ruby by tidying the mess away – into his pocket! | While Mrs. Huffington is out back at her garden tea party, Ruby’s job is to put Baby Huffington to sleep. But Max wants to play with the Huffington’s toy cuckoo clock and Ruby is sure it’s going to keep Baby Huffington awake. | Max is intrigued by Ruby’s special jewelry box, and wants to see what’s inside, despite Ruby’s warnings to stay out. Even a “Keep Out” sign on the door isn’t enough to stop Max from taking just one little peek...
Ruby wants to make an angel surprise cake with raspberry fluff icing for Grandma’s birthday. Max wants to make Grandma an earthworm cake with red-hot marshmallow squirters. After a few mishaps in the kitchen and a few trips to the grocer, Grandma gets both! | Ruby is preparing a surprise birthday party for Grandma and has invited all her own dollies as guests. But Max thinks some of his toy friends should also be at the party. Before long, Ruby discovers there are too many guests and not enough chairs. | Ruby has saved a wallet full of money to buy Grandma a music box with skating ballerinas on top for her birthday, but shopping with Max costs more than Ruby planned.
Max gets so many presents for his Birthday that he forgets to open one. So Ruby opens it for him and finds a ‘wind-up lobster’. Max is in for the chase of his life, only he’s the one being chased - by the lobster! | Ruby gets ready for a fancy Bunny Scout Party she's throwing at her house. Everything is perfect until Max refuses to wear his New Suit. | Everyone has trouble falling asleep sometimes but no one has trouble like Max.
Max is full of questions when Ruby hurries to bed on Christmas Eve so Santa Claus can come. No one ever stays up to see Santa. No one except Max. | Max wants play with his new Christmas gift- a Screaming Green Alien Gorilla, but.Ruby wants him to help her build a beautiful Snow Queen. When they finally finish making the beautiful Snow Queen, and Grandma comes to admire her, they discover where Max’s missing Screaming Alien Gorilla has gone! | Ruby, Louise and Max are going on a sledding adventure! Ruby tells Max he can only go down the ‘Bunny Hill’, while she and Louise take their first rid down the excitingly daring ‘Rocket Run.’ But before they get up the nerve, Max takes his own ride down Rocket Run.
When Max and Ruby go on a chocolate egg hunt in the backyard they both find more than they bargained for. | When Louise comes over to show Ruby her Deluxe Beauty Kit Max wants to play too, but Ruby insists a Beauty Parlor is no place for Max. | It’s breakfast time and Max wants ice cream. Ruby says nobody eats ice cream for breakfast. So Max drives off in his pedal car and goes to the only person who understands.
Business is booming for Ruby and Louise who open a lemonade stand to raise money for Bunny Scouts. It’s a nickel a glass and going fast. Max loves lemonade but doesn’t have a nickel to his name. Max opens a pancake stand to make money to buy lemonade but it’s a bust. No one’s buying until Grandma comes along - Ant and Acorn pancakes are her favorite! | Ruby and Louise gather together all of Ruby’s old clothes and toys for a rummage sale, so they can raise money for a Bunny Scout Field Trip. Max wants to help, but everything Ruby wants to sell, Max wants to keep. | Ruby and Louise are practicing their magic act for the Bunny Scouts Talent Show and they need Max to be their volunteer from the audience. Max wants to know how they do their tricks, but Ruby and Louise insist they’re magicians secrets. In the end, Max is the one who surprises them with his own magic trick.
Valentine’s Day is a busy time for Ruby and Louise who make special Valentine cards for all their Bunny Scout friends. Max wants to make a Valentine but he's too little to use scissors and glue. Ruby gives Max the important job of taking her Valentines to the mail box and Max ends up making a special Valentine delivery of his own. | Max wants to help Ruby make and fly her kite, and Ruby knows kites are too difficult for little brothers. She tries to keep Max occupied with his own flying toys. But Max comes to the rescue when Ruby’s kite gets caught in a tree. | Ruby is preparing to go for a picnic with Louise and her dolly Sally Swims a Lot, but Max is listening to his favourite radio show - Super Bunny. When Sally suddenly goes missing, it's up to Super Max to come to the rescue.
Max & Ruby is an animated series following the adventures of two bunny siblings - the irrepressible, sassy Max and his older sister Ruby. Max is three-and-a-half and knows what he wants - even when it means messing up Ruby's best-laid plans. Ruby is seven years old, smart and well organized - she loves to be put in charge of Max. Max and Ruby never, ever want quite the same thing and their plans always collide, but with hilarious results - their experiences are funny, loving and as universal to childhood as band-aids and birthdays.
Adorable Max is causing trouble to ruby but he really solves the problem ..... but where's their parents?😕
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Adorable Max is causing trouble to ruby but he really solves the problem ..... but where's their parents?😕