A glowing beanstalk leads Babu and Bruce on an adventure to the clouds, where they meet a Giant! At first, they are afraid, but Lionel is a friendly giant, and just wants to play Hide-and-Go-Seek with the boys.
Bruce and Babu don’t want to play Tea Party, so Rhonda finds a new friend–Ellie the elephant! But Rhonda soon learns there’s more to Jungle life than playing Tea Party all the time and that it can be fun to teach new games to new friends.
Bruce can’t get out of a tree safely after he loses his helmet, no matter what Babu and Rhonda do to help him. But luckily Ellie the elephant shows up with a new basket that just happens to look just like the missing helmet!
On a day when Babu, Bruce and Rhonda are arguing with each other, a visit from Mr. Bristle turns into a trip down Jungle Memory Lane, as he gets them to tell the story of how they first met. Charging rhinos, tasty snacks, and a new helmet all remind our friends of why they love to hang out together!
Bruce and Babu set off on a safari to look for four-headed dragons, but Rhonda would rather spend time with butterflies. At first, the boys think she’s missing out on fun, but when a real-live dragon shows up, its butterflies that come to the rescue!
Babu is determined to get a prize for a lost tooth from the Tooth Fairy, but there’s a problem–he doesn’t have any teeth to lose! After he puts some fake teeth under his pillow, he has a dream that the Tooth Fairy takes his friend Bruce in return for being tricked.
Rhonda has Babu and Bruce all dressed up in nice clothes to get their portraits taken, when a pig arrives from outer space looking for mud. Soon, all the Jungle buddies are covered in dirt, but Space Pigs show they are just as good at getting clean as they are at getting dirty!
Bruce and Babu think that playing tricks on Rhonda is hilarious. Then a Magical Unicorn shows up and starts to play tricks on them. Luckily, some tricks are good–like making gorillas and meerkats play nicer with their friends.
Rhonda’s motto if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again is put to the test when some rowdy monkeys interrupt the Jungle Parade. But with Babu and Bruce’s encouragement, Rhonda learns that nothing can get in the way of good music and good fun!
Babu boasts that he is the fastest in the Mighty Jungle, until a speedy cheetah named Chucky shows up and beats him in a race. When Babu gets the hiccups, he can’t believe Chucky helps him get rid of them, even though he was such a poor loser!
A game of Prince and Princesses threatens to reveal Babu’s secret–he can’t dance! He goes to such great lengths to hide his fatal flaw, that he takes refuge in a super-itchy Itcher Plant. When he starts shaking and shimmying with the itches, Bruce and Rhonda declare him to be a great dancer!
Super Babu loves being a mighty super hero, but Bruce isn’t so sure he wants to be Yucky Man. He doesn’t think his gooey powers are very super at all. That is, until Wendell the Sloth gets stuck under a branch, and only Yucky Man can save the day!
Bruce gets a little nervous when he and Babu and Rhonda go on an undersea adventure. Especially when a big purple octopus shows up! But the octopus is friendly once they get to know him, and soon he has his underwater friends giving the Jungle friends a tour–Under the Mighty Sea!
Rhonda loves to play with make-up, and gets busy giving Bruce and Babu elaborate make-overs, despite their protests. As a reward, she takes them to an ice-cream stand, where she gets turned into an alien by some magic ice cream. After complaining about not looking like herself, she realizes it was wrong to change Bruce and Babu against their wishes.
Bruce and Babu meet a mean monster who turns Bruce into a frog and generally wreaks havoc by casting magical spells. But instead of being scared of the monster, the Jungle friends try to find the source of her crankiness–and it turns out she just wants to be invited to a tea party! Bruce, Babu and Rhonda teach the monster you can catch more flies with honey than with nasty spells.
Babu and Bruce have just the thing for zipping around the Jungle as they do chores, a banana-powered car! But the bananas they use for fuel are too much temptation for the boys, and they eat all of them, leaving them stranded. They learn to appreciate every banana they ever find, especially the surprise ones Mrs. Meerkat gives them for doing their chores!
Babu and Bruce hear a very strange sound in the jungle! When they investigate, they discover a spaceship landing right in front of them. The alien that steps out looks strange but turns out to be very friendly, and even takes them to her own planet – Planet Crazy. Once they get there, they realize how much they love their jungle.
Rhonda is practice babysitting Babu’s little sister, Kico and gets Babu to help out. Babu doesn’t think that sounds like any fun at all, and in fact it’s pretty challenging. But they get some help from the kids and in the end; Babu has a new appreciation for his little sister.
Babu and Bruce and Rhonda are playing tag in the jungle and they meet up with Wendel the Sloth–the slowest creature in the jungle. He wants to play with them, and they want to play with him, but it’s pretty difficult to play tag with the slowest creature in the jungle. Until the kids get inventive.
Babu, Bruce and Rhonda are chasing butterflies in the jungle when Bruce discovers he’s being followed by a magic hat. Babu and Rhonda don’t believe that it’s actually magic. But when it turns Bruce into a chicken, then a duck, then a monkey, they have to concede that it seems to have magic powers. Fortunately the kids help them decide what to do with it.
Babu and Bruce are swinging on vines, looking for some food when they find strange footprints in the jungle. The footprints lead them to a magical unicorn with rainbow powers! The rainbow takes them to an incredibly yummy ice cream castle in the clouds. You’d think they’d never want to leave, but you’d be wrong.
Rhonda gets a fabulous idea with help from the kids and invites Babu and Bruce over for a dressup tea party, with a contest for the best costume. But when the boys are horsing around, they accidentally spill tea on Rhonda and she thinks there’s no way she’ll ever win the contest. But the kids have other ideas.
Babu loves his favourite ball and doesn’t want to lose it, so he decides not to let anyone else play with it. Then it mistakenly gets lost in a dark, scary looking cave and he has to count on his friends and a big spider to get it back.
Babu and Rhonda find a large, strange-looking egg in the jungle. With guidance from the kids, they decide that they need to hatch the egg. Or more accurately, that Rhonda has to hatch it. Not an easy job for a rhinoceros. And then when it does hatch, what comes out is truly amazing!
Babu has Bruce over for his first sleepover, and Bruce wants it to be just right. But then he forgets his stuffed animal and his flashlight and his blankie. And by the time he gets everything to Babu’s for the sleepover, it’s over.
Babu loves bananas more than anything. So when there are no bananas in the jungle, he goes bananas. But his loyal friend Bruce, and the kids, help him discover that there are other foods that are just as yummy and just as much fun as bananas almost.
Babu, Bruce and Rhonda discover a crown in the jungle and Rhonda and the kids decide that she’s the Queen of the Jungle. It’s fun for a while, but Babu and Bruce soon tire of doing everything that Queen Rhonda demands, and in the end she decides she’d rather play with her friends than rule them.
Babu, Bruce and Rhonda are playing hide and seek with their friend Spot the Giraffe. Unfortunately her long neck makes it difficult for Spot to find a good hiding spot and she’s sad that she never wins. But when the friends all hide and get stuck in a tree, there’s only one animal in the Mighty Jungle who can rescue them–the one with the longest neck.
Bruce makes a new friend in the Mighty Jungle–a very smelly flower named Glinda. He can’t smell her because he’s got allergies. Babu and Rhonda think Glinda is beautiful and they’d like to make friends with her, but the smell is just too strong! Until Bruce and the kids help them come up with the perfect solution.
Babu and Bruce are up in the trees looking through a spyglass when they see a strange thing: An island with an “X” on it for buried treasure! This begins a pirate adventure that takes them on a pirate ship to the buried treasure, and a mommy dinosaur pirate who wants it back!
It’s a hot day in the Mighty Jungle and Babu and Bruce are so thirsty they can’t find enough to drink. So they collect all kinds of different juices from the jungle and make a concoction they call Mighty Juice. It’s so good they open up a Tropical Juice Stand and everybody comes–and we mean everybody!
Babu, Bruce and Rhonda are going on a picnic. Or are they going to the beach? Or the playground? When they finally get it settled, it’s not surprising that there’s a bit of confusion and they end up with a picnic basket with Bruce’s rock collection instead of food. It could happen to anyone.
Babu, Bruce and Rhonda are so thrilled when there’s snow in the Mighty Jungle, they want to stay outside and play all day. But when they get frozen stiff, they have to summon the Winter Wizard to help them warm up. All it takes is a thing called The Funny Dance.
Babu and Bruce are playing cowboys in the jungle when they meet a bee that has a pair of magic boots. After trading Babu’s cowboy hat for the magic boots, Babu and Bruce are able to get into the beehive and dance the disco with their new bee friends.
Rhonda is happy to share all her knowledge about the rules of the jungle with Babu and Bruce. But when she breaks one of her own rules, she’s so embarrassed she runs away. So it’s up to Babu and Bruce to find her and tell her their own rule: Friends are always friends, even if they make a mistake.
Babu leads Bruce and Rhonda on their first campout. When they finally fall asleep, Bruce and Rhonda wake up and think they hear and see all sorts of scary things. But in the end, it’s just shadows, and Eric the baby lion.
Babu and Rhonda are delighted to meet a new friend in the Mighty Jungle–a dancing monkey the kids name Chocolate Marshmallow. But when Bruce thinks he’s been replaced, Babu and Rhonda ask their new friend to help lure back their old friend.
When Babu and Bruce discover that Rhonda has a stash of candy they expect her to share it. But Rhonda has other ideas, until a nightmare of an adventure convinces her that eating all that candy isn’t such a good idea!
When Babu and Bruce find a magic wand that Mr. Bristle has told them about, Rhonda thinks she can use it to become a great ballerina. But with the help of her friends, she learns that practice is the magic.
It’s Babu and Bruce’s favourite day of the year. Well, second favourite actually, Silly Day, when you get to be as silly as you like. Rhonda doesn’t get the idea, and the boys and kids try to help. By the end of the day, Rhonda finally learns to appreciate Silly Day, and thinks she’s missed her chance. But tomorrow is Babu and Bruce’s first favourite day of the year: Sillier Day in the Jungle!
Mighty Jungle is a live action puppet series for preschoolers, which captures the hopes, fears, frustrations, joys and silliness of children while exploring how preschoolers play and overcome obstacles.
Benny johnson Beth (Katherine Pully)
Great!!! My son and I watch this show every night before bed. It's fun for both of us! I love that they sing.
Really cute. Great for young kids, fun yo watch for the adults too!
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