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Molly and The Sugar Monster
The Sugar Monster has a simple mission in life: Never let kids eat healthy food. Young Molly and her friends also have a mission: Never let the Sugar Monster do his job. Through a variety of silly scenarios and situations, kids learn what it means to eat and be healthy.
Sugar Monster starts his radio career as a guest on Food Talk.
Sugar Monster is ready to be the star of the show.
What could be better than a bathtub full of mud? Sugar Monster is excited to visit Molly's bathroom to see it.
Molly agrees to take Sugar Monster to a carnival, where there's supposed to be nothing but junk food as far as the eye can see.
Wouldn't you think that Halloween would be the Sugar Monster's favorite holiday? Find out why this year's Halloween was a real nightmare.
Kids all over the country are losing their teeth because they eat so much sugar. Sugar Monster must be doing something right!
Nothing Molly and her friend Gabriel do will make Sugar Monster explode today. But Sugar Monster will not explode today. Nope, not this time...
Molly and her friend Hays play an old movie that tries to explain the mysteries of the Sugar Monster.
Molly plays a recording of a poem from her friend, Claire, who really knows how to make the Sugar Monster angry.
Molly takes Sugar Monster to visit her class. Will it be a dream, or nightmare?
Sugar Monster discovers that kids all over the country are NOT sitting around watching TV. They're playing outside! This has to be stopped!
Sugar Monster goes trick or treating with Molly and her friends. SOMEONE has to make sure they get enough candy!
Molly and her cousin Matt wonder where the Sugar Monster has been recently. They discover that even crusty, grumpy monsters need a little time off.
The Sugar Monster learns a lesson about judging a meal by its name, and a lesson about interrupting, too.
Molly and the Sugar Monster receive a letter and some pictures from children in Holland.
Molly, Matt, and Skeeter decide to play the game Telephone. Leave it to the Sugar Monster to mess everything up!
The Sugar Monster tries to mess up Christmas Eve, but Molly and her cousin Terran save the day (well, the night) with a little help from Santa.
When the Sugar Monster discovers Molly's class gathering up lots of used books, he's thrilled. He hates books, of course. But he's in for a surprise.
Molly and her friend Katie decide to sell lemonade in their neighborhood, but the Sugar Monster doesn’t like their recipe.
Molly invites the Sugar Monster to join her family’s picnic in the park. She even lets him pick out a dessert for everyone. But will they eat what he chooses?
The Sugar Monster tries to trick Molly and her babysitter Ella into giving him a free bike ride to see his “doctor.” But they give him a taste of his own medicine!
The Sugar Monster tries to introduce Molly to his friends Lazy, Hazy, and Cranky–three failed fairies also known as the Failies–who live in a cave.
Molly and her friend Millie decide to bake a cake, but that’s easier said than done when the Sugar Monster “volunteers” to help.
It’s April Fool’s day! Instead of tricking the Sugar Monster, Molly and her babysitter Ella decide to do something nice for him. Or so they think…
The Sugar Monster tries to turn eating sweets into a competitive event and–with help from Molly, Millie and the Failies–sets a record for worst idea ever!
Posing as a farmer, the Sugar Monster sets up a fake vegetable stand selling sugary substitutes. Will Molly and Millie sniff out his plan?
Seeing Molly with her new hamster inspires the Sugar Monster to find a pet of his own–a slippery slug! He insists that his new friend loves sugar until Molly proves him wrong!
The Sugar Monster is thrilled to learn he may be the spokesmonster for a brand new sugar-packed kids’ cereal. But Molly and her babysitter Ella aren’t buying it!
Molly thinks she has a cavity. The Sugar Monster celebrates all the way to her dentist, but his victory is short-lived–it’s Molly who leaves there all smiles!
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