The Mr. Men Show

Weekdays at 7.15am

The lovable Mr Men continue their fun-filled adventures on Milkshake! With a blend of fastpaced physical humour and verbal wit, the Mr Men cartoons have been a favourite among children for a number of years. ‘The Mr. Men Show’ brings the colourful animated sketch show to a new generation of children aged between four and seven.

This series sees the arrival of new characters Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Magic, while old favourites like Mr Tall, Mr Funny, Mr Curious and Little Miss Bossy also make an appearance. All the characters, old and new, remain true to the essence of Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. The madcap action is narrated by distinguished English actor Simon Callow.

In Monday’s show, ‘Washing and Drying’, Mr Fussy is forced to do his washing in Mr Messy’s basement, Mr Scatterbrain and his monkey deliver the wrong clothes to their clients and Mr Strong steps in when Mr Grumpy’s washing machine runs amok.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Seashore’. Mr Quiet battles birds at the beach, Mr Stubborn gets himself and Miss Chatterbox in deep water and Miss Scary warns seashell searchers about sea monsters.

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Sneezes and Hiccups’, sees Mr Stubborn refuse to admit he has a cold. Elsewhere, Miss Magic tries to cure Miss Daredevil’s hiccups and Mr Fussy regrets taking Messrs Messy and Tickle to a fancy restaurant.

In ‘Fruit’ on Thursday, Mr Rude delivers fruit baskets, Mr Quiet takes a ride on Miss Daredevil’s juiced-up jet and Mr Bump tries running an applesauce factory.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Radio’, Mr Grumpy wants the wireless turned off during a road trip with Mr Happy. Mr Fussy, meanwhile, cooks up trouble thanks to Miss Helpful’s radio show and Mr Rude tries to buy a clock radio from Mr Scatterbrain.

Monday 28th September 7.20am

The lovable Mr Men continue their fun-filled adventures on Milkshake! With a blend of fastpaced physical humour and verbal wit, the Mr Men cartoons have been a favourite among children for a number of years. ‘The Mr. Men Show’ brings the colourful animated sketch show to a new generation of children aged between four and seven.

This series sees the arrival of new characters Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Magic, while old favourites like Mr Tall, Mr Funny, Mr Curious and Little Miss Bossy also make an appearance. All the characters, old and new, remain true to the essence of Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. The madcap action is narrated by distinguished English actor Simon Callow.

In Monday’s show, ‘Eyeglasses’, Mr Stubborn insists that Mr Happy needs glasses, Miss Helpful sells stylish specs at her shop and Miss Whoops loses her eyewear on an aeroplane.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Sun and Moon’. Mr Grumpy is woken up by Mr Scatterbrain’s late-night gardening, Miss Daredevil and a team of astronauts collect some moon rocks and Mr Nervous is scared of the sun on a trip to the beach with Miss Chatterbox and Mr Rude.

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Dining Out’, sees Mr Fussy fight to keep down his food at Miss Magic’s cafe. Elsewhere, Mr Grumpy has trouble ordering at Mr Tickle’s restaurant and Miss Naughty plays tricks on her customers.

Messrs Fussy and Messy find themselves in a spot of bother on Thursday when their presents get jumbled up in ‘Gifts’. Meanwhile, Mr Tickle tries to help Mr Rude make a sale at his shop and Mr Nervous is afraid to open a present from Miss Scary.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Telephone’, Mr Rude talks loudly on his mobile during Mr Fussy’s concert, Mr Bump and Mr Tickle attempt to fix a phone line and Miss Helpful thinks a new handset will make Mr Grumpy more popular.

Weekdays 7.20am

The lovable Mr Men continue their fun-filled adventures on Milkshake! With a blend of fastpaced physical humour and verbal wit, the Mr Men cartoons have been a favourite among children for a number of years. ‘The Mr. Men Show’ brings the colourful animated sketch show to a new generation of children aged between four and seven.

This series sees the arrival of new characters Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Magic, while old favourites like Mr Tall, Mr Funny, Mr Curious and Little Miss Bossy also make an appearance. All the characters, old and new, remain true to the essence of Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. The madcap action is narrated by distinguished English actor Simon Callow.

In Monday’s show, ‘Robots’, Mr Grumpy’s mechanical maid develops a mind of its own, Miss Whoops accidentally gives Miss Scary’s robot the wrong brain and Mr Happy and Miss Sunshine introduce a special new character on their show.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Shoes’. Mr Bump tries on a variety of footwear at Mr Small’s shop, Mr Stubborn helps Mr Messy track down a missing trainer and Mr Fussy directs the Dillydale version of Cinderella.

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Parties’, finds Mr Fussy all alone at Mr Messy’s party. Elsewhere, mayhem ensues when Mr Nervous delivers pizza to a fancy dress party and Mr Bump plays painful games at Miss Whoops’s get-together.

Thursday’s episode, ‘Game Shows’, sees Mr Grumpy, Mr Rude and Miss Chatterbox attempt to guess the contents of a secret box. Meanwhile, Messrs Fussy and Stubborn test their knowledge of music and Mr Bump and friends compete in a series of dangerous physical feats.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Garages’, Mr Fussy cleans out his garage, Mr Stubborn installs an innovative automatic door opener for Mr Grumpy and Mr Bump’s efforts to repair Mr Happy’s car prove somewhat uncomfortable.

Weekdays at 7.20am

The lovable Mr. Men continue their fun-filled adventures on Milkshake! With a blend of fastpaced physical humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have been a favourite among children for a number of years. ‘The Mr. Men Show’ brings the colourful animated sketch show to a new generation of children aged between four and seven.

This series sees the arrival of new characters Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Magic, while old favourites like Mr Tall, Mr Funny, Mr Curious and Little Miss Bossy also make an appearance. All the characters, old and new, remain true to the essence of Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. The madcap action is narrated by distinguished English actor Simon Callow.

In Monday’s show, ‘Toys’, Miss Whoops’s new playthings prove to be something of a challenge for Mr Bump, the toy shop terrifies Mr Nervous and Mr Fussy invites some friends over to play a new game.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Clean Teeth’. Mr Rude buys a new toothbrush, Miss Sunshine and the Clean Teeth Club invade Mr Grumpy’s house and Miss Whoops tries to scrub Mr Quiet’s gnashers.

Wednesday’s instalment, ‘Picnics’, sees Mr Stubborn head to the beach with Mr Fussy in a storm. Elsewhere, Messrs Messy and Noisy upset Mr Quiet’s lunch and Miss Daredevil rockets to the moon for a cheesy picnic.

Thursday’s episode, ‘Reptiles’, finds Mr Bump struggling to survive Mr Stubborn’s swamp tour, while Mr Grumpy endures a very bumpy ride with Miss Chatterbox and some scaly friends. Mr Nervous, meanwhile, leads Mr Happy and Mr Tickle on a terrifying turtle hunt.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Hats’, Mr Fussy looks for the perfect headgear at Miss Magic’s shop, Mr Stubborn goes for a dangerous drive in an oversized bonnet and Messrs Grumpy, Tickle and Rude go head to head to head in a hat competition.

Weekdays at 7.20am

This week on Milkshake! sees the long-awaited return of the lovable Mr. Men. With a blend of fast-paced physical humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have been a favourite among children for a number of years. ‘The Mr. Men Show’ brings the colourful animated sketch show to a new generation of children aged between four and seven.

This series sees the arrival of new characters Little Miss Giggles and Little Miss Magic, while old favourites like Mr Tall, Mr Funny, Mr Curious and Little Miss Bossy also make an appearance. All the characters, old and new, remain true to the essence of Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. The madcap action is narrated by distinguished English actor Simon Callow.

On Monday’s show, ‘Airports’, Mr Stubborn tries to park at the airport, Mr Bump gets trampled by travellers and Mr Fussy gets stuck at Mr Small and Mr Nosy’s security checkpoint.

Tuesday’s show is ‘Driving’. Mr Happy gives Miss Whoops a driving lesson, Mr Strong shows off his race car in a fast-paced music video and Mr Fussy and friends take a not-so-quiet drive in the country.

On Wednesday, in ‘Arts and Crafts’, Mr Fussy invites Mr Messy and Mr Strong to his art club and Miss Sunshine helps Miss Scary create a crafty creature. Meanwhile, painting with Mr Scatterbrain and Mr Tickle is a pain for Mr Grumpy.

Thursday’s episode, ‘Outer Space’, sees Mr Bump dodge asteroids as he fixes a satellite. Elsewhere, Mr Strong and crew investigate strange sounds on a faraway planet and Miss Scary announces that aliens are invading Dillydale.

And on Friday’s show, ‘Up and Down’, Mr Grumpy gets annoyed by people sitting above him at a game of Dillyball, Miss Magic helps Mr Rude in a restaurant kitchen and Mr Noisy tries to sell Miss Scary a vacuum cleaner.

With a blend of fast-paced physical humour and
verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have been a
favourite among children for a number of years.
Coming to an end on Five’s Milkshake! strand this
week, the Mr. Men Show brings the colourful
animated sketch show to a new generation of
children aged between four and seven.
Twenty-five Mr Men and Little Miss characters
feature in the new series. To complement the fastpaced
animation style, some of the characters
have been refreshed and some completely
reworked – but all remain true to the essence of
Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. Joining old
favourites like Mr Tickle and Mr Strong in the town
of Dillydale are a range of new characters,
including Little Miss Calamity and Mr Stubborn.
The madcap action is narrated by distinguished
English actor Simon Callow.
This week’s action-packed first show on Monday sees the characters embark on a host of birthday-based adventures. Mr Rude shops for the perfect present at Little Miss Helpful’s gift shop; Mr Scatterbrain gets completely wrapped up in giftwrapping; and Mr Stubborn and Mr Messy decide it is more fun to make a cake without following a recipe –with hilarious consequences.
And in Tuesday’s episode, ‘Ships’, the characters enjoy some anarchic nautical fun. Mr Strong sinks during a ship-naming ceremony; Mr Tickle gives new meaning to the phrase ‘all hands on deck’; and Captain Stubborn goes down with the ship, refusing to believe it is sinking.
From Wednesday, the Mr. Men Show makes way for a new series of ‘Roary the Racing Car’ – the thrilling preschool animation based around the exploits of a cheerful young racing car.

With a blend of side-splitting, fast-paced physical
humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have
been a favourite among children for a number of
years. Continuing this week on Five’s Milkshake!
strand, The Mr. Men Show brings the colourful
animated sketch show to a new generation of
children aged between four and seven.
Twenty-five Mr Men and Little Miss characters
feature in the new series. To complement the fastpaced
animation style, some of the characters
have been refreshed and some completely
reworked – but all remain true to the essence of
Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. Joining old
favourites like Mr Tickle and Mr Strong in the town
of Dillydale are a range of new characters,
including Little Miss Calamity and Mr Stubborn.
The madcap action is narrated by distinguished
English actor Simon Callow.
This week’s action-packed first show on
Monday sees the characters embark on a host of culinary adventures. Little Miss Naughty cooks up more than just dinner for Mr Quiet and Mr
Grumpy; Mr Pernickety’s cooking classes leave him fried; and Mr Stubborn’s creation proves the spiciest in the the Dillydale Chilli Cook-off.
In Tuesday’s episode, ‘Sightseeing’, Mr Scatterbrain shuffles back and forth on his visit to the Statue of Dillydale; a bus ride leaves Mr Pernickety ducking for cover; and Mr Bump falls prey to a Venus flytrap.
In ‘Dillydale Day’ on Wednesday, Mr Bump gets swept up while cleaning the roads; Mr Nervous loses his cool when he encounters some balloon animals; and Little Miss Calamity steals the show during a musical history lesson.
Mr Bump gets into yet more trouble in ‘Wildlife’ on Thursday, this time thanks to Mr Noisy’s unique brand of wildlife photography. Elsewhere, Little Miss Calamity’s fuzzy pink slippers take a walk on the wild side, and a skunk stinks up Mr Pernickety’s hike.
And rounding off the week’s programmes on Friday is ‘Circus’. Mr Tickle and Mr Nosey clown around with the circus band; Mr Stubborn decides not to follow instructions when setting up the circus tent; and Little Miss Chatterbox proves a prattling ringmaster.

With a blend of side-splitting, fast-paced physical
humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have
been a favourite among children for a number of
years. Continuing this week on Five’s Milkshake!
strand, The Mr. Men Show brings the colourful
animated sketch show to a new generation of
children aged between four and seven.
Twenty-five Mr Men and Little Miss characters
feature in the new series. To complement the fastpaced animation style, some of the characters
have been refreshed and some completely
reworked – but all remain true to the essence of
Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. Joining old
favourites like Mr Tickle and Mr Strong in the town
of Dillydale are a range of new characters,
including Little Miss Calamity and Mr Stubborn.
The madcap action is narrated by distinguished
English actor Simon Callow.
This week’s action-packed first show on
Monday sees the characters embark on a host of culinary adventures. Little Miss Naughty cooks up more than just dinner for Mr Quiet and Mr
Grumpy; Mr Pernickety’s cooking classes leave him fried; and Mr Stubborn’s creation proves the spiciest in the the Dillydale Chilli Cook-off.
In Tuesday’s episode, ‘Sightseeing’, Mr Scatterbrain shuffles back and forth on his visit to the Statue of Dillydale; a bus ride leaves Mr Pernickety ducking for cover; and Mr Bump falls prey to a Venus flytrap.
In ‘Dillydale Day’ on Wednesday, Mr Bump gets swept up while cleaning the roads; Mr Nervous loses his cool when he encounters some balloon animals; and Little Miss Calamity steals the show during a musical history lesson.
Mr Bump gets into yet more trouble in ‘Wildlife’ on Thursday, this time thanks to Mr Noisy’s unique brand of wildlife photography. Elsewhere, Little Miss Calamity’s fuzzy pink slippers take a walk on the wild side, and a skunk stinks up Mr Pernickety’s hike.
And rounding off the week’s programmes on Friday is ‘Circus’. Mr Tickle and Mr Nosey clown around with the circus band; Mr Stubborn decides not to follow instructions when setting up the circus tent; and Little Miss Chatterbox proves a prattling ringmaster.

With a blend of side-splitting, fast-paced physical
humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have
been a favourite among children for a number of
years. Continuing this week on Five’s Milkshake!
strand, The Mr. Men Show brings the colourful
animated sketch show to a new generation of
children aged between four and seven.
Twenty-five Mr Men and Little Miss characters
feature in the new series. To complement the fastpaced
animation style, some of the characters
have been refreshed and some completely
reworked – but all remain true to the essence of
Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. Joining old
favourites like Mr Tickle and Mr Strong in the town
of Dillydale are a range of new characters,
including Little Miss Calamity and Mr Stubborn.
The madcap action is narrated by distinguished
English actor Simon Callow.
This week’s action-packed first show on Monday sees the characters embark on a host of culinary adventures. Mr Bump and Little Miss Whoops develop their own version of meals on wheels; Mr Bounce’s bean burgers have all of Dillydale jumping; and Mr Lazy builds an unlikely reputation as the best worker at Mr Noisy’s Grill.
In Tuesday’s episode, ‘Farm’, udder mayhem ensues when Mr Scatterbrain and Mr Tickle milk a cow; Mr Pernickety gets down and dirty while feeding the pigs; and Mr Nervous scrambles to flee from the chicken coop during an eggcollecting expedition.
In ‘Parade’ on Wednesday, Little Miss Calamity gets carried away at the Dillydale parade; while Mr Stubborn proves a very unhelpful guide.
Thursday’s episode is ‘Games’. Mr Scatterbrain wins a horseshoe game; Mr Nervous loses himself in a maze; and the Dillydale Badminton Championship causes trouble for Mr Bump.
And rounding off the week’s programmes on Friday is ‘The Dark’. Mr Bump lives up to his name in Little Miss Helpful’s unlit basement; Little Miss Scary enjoys some latenight TV; and Mr Stubborn encounters a live swamp creature – though refuses to accept its existence.

With a blend of side-splitting, fast-paced physical
humour and verbal wit, the Mr. Men cartoons have
been a favourite among children for a number of
years. Continuing this week on Five’s Milkshake!
strand, The Mr. Men Show brings the colourful
animated sketch show to a new generation of
children aged between four and seven.
Twenty-five Mr Men and Little Miss characters
feature in the new series. To complement the fastpaced
animation style, some of the characters
have been refreshed and some completely
reworked – but all remain true to the essence of
Roger Hargreaves’s original creations. Joining old
favourites like Mr Tickle and Mr Strong in the town
of Dillydale are a range of new characters,
including Little Miss Calamity and Mr Stubborn.
The madcap action is narrated by distinguished
English actor Simon Callow.
In this week’s action-packed first show on
Monday, washing the dishes proves perilous for
Mr Bump; and Mr Grumpy is served his food by an
absent-minded Mr Scatterbrain.
Tuesday’s episode, ‘Science’, sees Mr Nervous
embark on a personal space odyssey during a
visit to the planetarium. Meanwhile, Mr Stubborn
shares his scientific theories; and Little Miss
Whoops topples a Tyrannosaurus rex.
In ‘Gardens’ on Wednesday, Little Miss Scary
shows off her prickly side; Little Miss Whoops and
Mr Scatterbrain add a signature touch to the care
of Mr Grumpy’s garden; and Little Miss Chatterbox
visits Mr Quiet’s Zen garden.
Thursday’s episode is ‘Hotel’. Mr Scatterbrain
books Mr Happy into the Hotel Dillydale; Mr
Grumpy proves a less-than-cheerful concierge;
and there is trouble in Mr Pernickety’s room.
And rounding off the week’s programmes on
Friday is ‘Cars’. Mr Grumpy must decide
between sharing a car with Little Miss Sunshine or
being eaten by birds; Little Miss Daredevil takes
her new race car for a spin; and Mr Scatterbrain’s
shortcuts leave Mr Bump bent out of shape.

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