The WotWots

June 2017
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Season 2, Episode 58 (Swan Lake)

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The WotWots are sailing paper boats on a pond when all of a sudden SpottyWot's boat sinks. He thinks he spots the culprit - a sea monster. But what sort of creature is it?
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Season 2, Episode 57 (The Trotty Wot)

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SpottyWot draws a picture of what he imagines a pony might look like. DottyWot finds a pony in the farm stable and really wants a pony ride - will she find a way to have one?
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Season 2, Episode 56 (Wot's New Pussycat)

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One morning The WotWots find their favourite things have been nibbled during the night. SpottyWot goes off in search of the farm cat to see if it can help them with their little problem.
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Season 2, Episode 55 (Wot Plants)

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After witnessing the farmer planting carrot seeds and learning what seeds are for, SpottyWot plants himself to see if he'll grow some mini SpottyWots.
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Season 2, Episode 54 (Nibble Notty)

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While enjoying their loopy-fruity breakfast drinks inside the ship, something dire happens to SpottyWot's pictures which he left outside. SpottyWot and DottyWot investigate and go in search of the culprit.
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Season 2, Episode 53 (Wotties Of Steel)

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On the farm DottyWot is fascinated by a column of ants. SpottyWot is completely unimpressed - until he finds out how strong ants are, that is!
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Season 1, Episode 52 (Ready Or Notty)

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The WotWots find that lots of animals have bright red fur or feathers.
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Season 1, Episode 51 (Speedy Spots)

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In a quest for speed SpottyWot adjusts his chair motor.
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Season 1, Episode 50 (Tufty Tops)

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The WotWots are very proud of their fluffy antennae headwear.
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Season 1, Episode 49 (Wotter Otter)

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SpottyWot designs a remote control system for his chair.
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