|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Episode 1 Project Ice / Project Tortoise Episode 24 Project Vacation / Project Aluminium Foil Episode 18 Project Singing / Project Record Player Episode 15 Project Dusting / Project Seeds Episode 17 Project Rabbit / Project Painting Episode 20 Project Birthday Cake / Project Mail Episode 8 Project Helicopter / Project Toothbrush Episode 4 Project Leash / Project Puzzle Episode 6 Project Mirror / Project Banana Episode 3 Project Flashlight / Project Baby Episode 2 Project Balloon / Project Trumpet Episode 7 Project Sleepover / Project Clock Episode 25 Project Hamster / Project Pencil Episode 14 Project Tent / Project Popcorn Episode 13 Project Garden Hose / Project Piano Episode 22 Project Umbrella / Project Bandages Episode 23 Project Vacuum / Project Jewelry Box Episode 9 Project Washer Dryer / Project Glue Episode 16 Project Roller Skates / Project Picnic Episode 26 Project Rainbow / Project Kite Episode 5 Project Bubbles / Project Halloween Episode 10 Project Rubber Bands / Project Sand Episode 19 Project Table Tennis / Project Robot Episode 11 Project Boxes / Project Egg Hunt Episode 21 Project Magnet / Project Ring Episode 12 Project Caterpillar / Project Clay.
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|Creation/Production Credits Note:
|| Directed by Ruth Ducker.
|Participant or Performer Note:
|| Jules De Jongh, Rasmus Hardiker, Hugo Harold-harrison.
|| This groundbreaking new series - shot in a real house with photo-real-CGI aliens - follows a trio of intrepid four-inch tall alien space explorers whose first experiences of the detail and everyday life in a suburban family home trigger a vast world of comic adventures. Fleeker, Flo and Boomer are on their first mission away from their distant planet of Floog to observe and experience our world - planet Earth! Everything is new to them - as it was oh-so-very-recently for our audience of pint-sized explorers. The Floogals have their own unique way of looking at our world and their fresh perspective enlightens our own - often literally. Where a pepper mill is child's play to us, in the tiny hands of a teeny alien it takes a good deal of ingenuity to find out how it works. Same with a key, a balloon, a set of scales, a tortoise, a toothbrush and yes, even a baby! ... We find out with them in close up real-deal-detail what these things are and how they work - with a good deal of slapstick comedy along the way.
|Target Audience Note:
|| Rated TVY.
|System Details Note:
|| Mode of access: World Wide Web.