Pix E refuses to let her fear of heights get in the way of disappointing her friend and her dream of flying.
When Eliza is told that "Jake" is the last one of his kind, she can't just let his species become another member upon the extinction list. Enlisting help from other animals, she soon discovers "Samantha" and brings the two turtles together - blind date fashion.
Eliza goes through desperate measures to help animals survive during these tough times along the Skeleton Coast. However, the price she pays for her good-will intentions will soon cost her family's entire holiday cheer, including their Christmas dinner!
The Thornberrys discover that koalas are missing from their native groves. Eliza decides to unravel the mystery only to discover Kip and Biederman master minding this evil plot. It is now up to her to stop the culprits from wiping out an entire species!
When Eliza gets a hunch that foul play has led to Darwin's disappearance, she sets out to rescue her long lost companion. To her dismay, she finds Darwin has become one of the most popular acts at an Indian palace resided by a young prince. It is up to her to prove to Darwin that friendship runs deeper than the glamour and glitz of showbiz.
Eliza tells Darwin the tale of how she acquired her ability to speak to animals, and how she retained her ability to speak to humans as well.
When a seemingly abandoned panda bear imprints on Debbie, Eliza doubts Debbie's "parenting" ability until a monsoon convinces Eliza that Debbie can handle more than she lets on.
When Eliza reunites with a Siberian Tiger, she is stunned when the tiger turns on her. Eliza's visiting Grandma Sophie helps her overcome her fears just as she is overcoming her own.
Hop in the Commvee with the Thornberrys for an up-close look at monsoons, the inside of a volcano, mongoose in India, tortoises in Ecuador, jackals along the Skeleton Coast, Siberian tigers, and lots more. It's wild!
When Harold Price and Deirdre Flint ask him to be an usher at their wedding, Paddington is thrilled. / It's the flamenco festival in Seville, Spain, which is in itself a wonderful event. / While visiting Sir Huntley Martin's marmalade factory, Paddington is mistaken for a worker and set to work cleaning out barrels.
In his attempt to discover an "old master" beneath one of the paintings in the drawing-room, Paddington ends up making a mess of Mr. Brown's entry in the local handicraft exhibition. / Paddington and Mr. Gruber arrive in France to experience the age old tradition of a Pardon. / When Paddington and the Browns go for a picnic on the river, Paddington ends up in the river.
When Paddington breaks a tooth, it's off to the dentist's office where Mr. Leach, the family dentist, discovers that bears can be difficult patients at best. / The entire idea that huge reptiles once roamed the Earth is amazing for Paddington, and certainly worthy of a chapter in Mr. Gruber's book, The World and its Wonders. / Paddington wins a hairy leg contest at the local pier and is delighted with his prize: free water skiing lessons.
Paddington loves cooking shows, but this time, the toffee recipe he's made turns out all wrong and indigestible. / When Mr. Gruber and Paddington's car breaks down in a small, dusty, mid-west town in the U.S., they are unknowingly recruited into the Army Reserves. / Paddington is swindled into buying some bogus shares for the Portobello Road Oil Company, so he sets out to the Stock Exchange to trade his bad shares for good ones.
Paddington does a wonderful imitation of a black bear when he tries to clean out the Browns' sooty chimney. / Through a bureaucratic bungling, Paddington is chosen to represent England and run a leg in the Olympic Flame relay across the United States. / When he spies Paddington hard at work, making a "do it yourself" magazine rack for Mr. Brown, Mr. Curry convinces the little bear to drop by his house and make him a magazine rack as well.
Life is a rough ride for awkward, friendless, 15-year-old Moondance. But when a Pinto pony named Checkers leaps into her life, Moondance pursues a dream she never knew she had.