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Charlie And Lola: Volume 11 - I Really Need Actual Ice Skates

Charlie And Lola: Volume 11 - I Really Need Actual Ice Skates

Released on 05 October 2010

Format: DVD | Rating: Unrated

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Episodes Comprise: I Really Really Need Actual Ice Skates: Charlie and Lola are really excited when their grandparents send them money to buy scooters. When Lola goes ice-skating for the very first time, she is enraptured by Evie's fancy skates and decides that she would rather have new ice skates than a scooter. She gets the new skates, but then begins to find that she doesn't enjoy skating as much as she first thought. Help, I Really Mean It: The Sonners are looking after Granny and Grandpas' cat, Caspar. Lola absolutely adores Caspar, and Lotta also finds that she quite likes him. Lola and Lotta also discover something that they like -- a new game that they've made up in which they call Charlie and Marv for help, even when they don't really need it. They soon find, however, that their game has a certain side effect. I Am Making a Craze: "Hulie-hooping" is the newest craze at Charlie and Lolas' school. Everyone is so caught up in learning the newest tricks that Lola wonders why nobody wants to do anything else at all. After learning a bit about crazes from Charlie, she decides to try to start one of her own. I Can Train Your Dog: When Lola and Charlie arrive at Marv's for a trip to the park, they find they can't go because Marv's Mom has lost her handbag, which has the keys for the house. Meanwhile, Marv's dog Sizzles is behaving naughtily. Marv is sure that Sizzles is untrainable and incorrigible, but Lola isn't so sure. Marv lets her and Charlie take him home, and they devise a training program with an inspired idea. It's Raining, It's Boring: Charlie and Lola are having a day-trip to Marv's, but Lola is sure that it will be spoiled when it starts raining. She wanted to play in the park with Marv's dog, Sizzles, but it now seems that they're stuck inside playing rainy-day games. When Marv finds a box marked with promises of curing boredom with fun games, it looks like their luck may have changed. I Wish I Could Do That, and Also That, Too: When Lola invites Mini Reader over to play, the two have such a great time that Lola agrees to come over to Mini Reader's house on Friday to play with beads. Lola is excited about the visit, but then receives an invitation from Marv to a space party. After hearing about all the great things happening at the space party, Lola really wants to go, but doesn't want to break her promise. Eventually, Lola comes to a realization as to how to get the best of both worlds. I Can Dance Like a Dancer: Lola is excited about the idea of dancing, but has never really participated in any organized dancing herself. When Lotta invites her along to a ballet class, she happily accepts the invitation. Lola explores a number of different styles of dance. Lola, however, also discovers that it takes a lot of practice and hard work to be good at dancing and that it might take a while to discover the type of dancing that is right for her. I Am Extremely Boiling: During a very hot day, Charlie and Lola try their best to find ways to beat the heat. Things go from hot to boiling, however, when Lola gets into a feud with Arnold Wolf after he causes her to drop her ice cream. Lola is sure that she will never forgive Arnold, whereas Charlie hopes the fighting will end sooner rather than later. But Where Completely Are We: Charlie and Lola decide to do some outdoor camping. Using their imagination, they explore the Amazon rainforest, but the adventure soon becomes just a bit too realistic for Lola. Charlie wishes for them both to act like real explorers, but Lola isn't so sure that she likes exploring. It's up to Charlie to come up with an imaginative idea to save their adventure.
duration1 hour and 43 minutes