A pirate captain wants to water ski. Guess who gets to row the boat?
Short humorous poems about the beginning sounds of the letters ABC.
Our bungling band of bucaneers go in search of a beautiful princess to kiss their froggy captain and nearly find one.
If you think puns are the lowest form of humor, wait'll you hear this one.
Mighty Bookworm interviews a gaudy grasshopper on this humorous talk show for and about bugs.
A frog and a hog get into a spat that turns into a full-blown feud, until the judge lays down the law.
It's ghoulish fun when a pile of dry bones comes to life and teaches some popular dance steps.
A fly buzzing around a donkey's head sets off a chain of events that leads to a cow in the cabbage patch.
This cat goes beyond the call of duty to keep the mice and roaches in order in this cute little poem by T.S. Eliot.
Ziggy sure got a different kind of sleep-over when he went to Moogie's house. But maybe this is an experience kids would love to have.
Guess who won't be having peanut butter and bananas tonight.
Pigmund Freud diagnoses a patient's fear of mustard, pickles and rye bread.
Our bungling band of bucaneers nearly meet their match when they go against Jekyl & Hyde.
A limerick story about an arrogant swami who is humbled in the end.
Super Letterman proves that the right word can make a world of difference.
Super Letterman saves the day once again by changing a single letter in a word.
The beetles think the woodpecker is telling knock-knock jokes, but soon discover that the joke is on them.
Guess what happens when cows eat grass? Naturally.
A slothful pig almost misses garbage day.
Mayor J.R. Hogwash reveals his anxieties to Pigmund Freud.
A reeking pig explains his philosophy on stinkiness to Andy Warthog.
When a lion finds a gypsy sleeping in the desert, something very unexpected happens.
Mona Lisa didn't always wear a smile. Find out what changes her frown to a smile in this funny little poem.
A series of lighthearted limericks about the grim reaper and other somber characters.
A poetic playing of pigs and well-known names thinly disguised.