SpongeBob Takes Last Stand in New Special
Milli, Geo and Bot reward themselves for cleaning up Umi Headquarters with a trip to the playground. But just as they’re getting ready to leave, they get a call on the Umi Alarm from their friend Mia. A storm has left the sandbox, swings, slide, and bouncy bridge in disarray and until everything gets fixed, the park will remain closed. The Umizoomi team tackles the task using mighty math powers and soon the playground is as good as new. The park ranger unlocks the gate and Milli, Geo and Bot join Mia and her friends for some hard-earned playtime. The curriculum highlighted in the episode is Geometry, Numbers & Counting and Computation.
11:30 a.m. – Ni Hao Kai-lan, “The Place Where We All Live”
Yeye gives Kai-lan and her friends some special presents today – kites (Feng zheng). But when they unwrap them, they drop the wrapping paper on the ground and it flies all over the backyard causing major problems for the ants, snails and worms working on building a fruit stand for Ant City. At first, Kai-lan and her friends don’t understand why there’s trash all over the backyard, until they figure out it’s their fault. They need to clean up the wrapping paper so the ants, snails, and worms can finish their fruit stand before the grand opening. Along the way, everyone realizes why it’s important to take care of the place we live.
12:00 p.m. – The Fresh Beat Band, “Bubble Blast”
It’s Clean & Green Day and the entire neighborhood is cleaning the street. Shout can’t wait to finish cleaning so The Fresh Beats can do what they love most, playing music. Shout tries to get the street cleaned as quickly as possible, but he overfills a trashcan, which blows up, making the street even messier than before. Shout is bummed and Twist, in one of his classic bright idea moments, conjures up a machine that allows them to clean the street and play music… and they actually build an out of control bubble-making music-cleaning machine. They clean the street until it’s cleaner than it’s ever been, all while playing music and blowing the biggest, brightest, best bubbles imaginable.
8:00 p.m. – SpongeBob SquarePants, “SpongeBob’s Last Stand”
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