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* CoolHorse / SapientSteed: Willow

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* CoolHorse / SapientSteed: CoolHorse: Willow



* ShortRunner / BritishBrevity - only lasted 52 episodes split across 2 seasons. There has been no new episode since 2010.

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* ShortRunner / BritishBrevity - ShortRunner: only lasted 52 episodes split across 2 seasons. There has been no new episode since 2010.



* SuddenlyVoiced: Jess.



* ThatRemindsMeOfASong: Seldom. For the first 52 episodes, only around 13 episodes have songs in them.



** ThatRemindsMeOfASong: Seldom. For the first 52 episodes, only around 13 episodes have songs in them.


* SuddenlyVoiced: Jess.



* SuddenlyVoiced: Jess.


* NoAntagonist: The show focuses around Jess and his friends exploring the farm.



* NoAntagonist: The show focuses around Jess and his friends exploring the farm.



* SpinOff: Spun-off from ''Postman Pat''



* SpinOff: Spun-off from ''Postman Pat''


* ExpressiveEars: Jess has them, many of the other characters too. In the ChristmasEpisode, Mimi's are on full display as they stick up through her Santa Claus hat.

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* ExpressiveEars: Jess has them, many of the other characters too. In the ChristmasEpisode, Mimi's are on full display as they stick up through her Santa Claus SantaClaus hat.


* SpinOff: Spun-off from ''PostmanPat''

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* SpinOff: Spun-off from ''PostmanPat''''Postman Pat''


''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date three [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'', ''Spring Surprises'' and ''Sunny Day Discoveries''. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries. The complete series is also available on Hulu.

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''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date three [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'', ''Spring Surprises'' and ''Sunny Day Discoveries''. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries. The complete series is also available on Hulu.Creator/{{Hulu}}.


''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date three [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'', ''Spring Surprises'' and ''Sunny Day Discoveries''. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries.

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''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date three [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'', ''Spring Surprises'' and ''Sunny Day Discoveries''. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries. The complete series is also available on Hulu.


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* InMediasRes: Some stories, such as "What Do We Need To Grow Beans?" open with something having already happened and Jess narrating in the form of a story how a question was answered. For example, in "What Do We Need To Grow Beans?", Jess explains how the group grew a beanstalk as a surprise for Mimi, but first they had to figure out how to do it.


** It happens also in "What Can We Do With Mimi's Garbage?" when Jess gets excited before he's actually solved the problem, ''twice'', and may be something of a regular thing.

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** It happens also in "What Can We Do With Mimi's Garbage?" when Jess gets excited before he's actually solved the problem, ''twice'', and may be something of a regular thing. When he finally solves the problem fully, he actually stops for a second after starting to cheer, apparently worried that he's about to get record-needle-scratched again.


** It happens also in "What Can We Do With Mimi's Garbage?" when Jess gets excited before he's actually solved the problem and may be something of a regular thing.

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** It happens also in "What Can We Do With Mimi's Garbage?" when Jess gets excited before he's actually solved the problem problem, ''twice'', and may be something of a regular thing.

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** It happens also in "What Can We Do With Mimi's Garbage?" when Jess gets excited before he's actually solved the problem and may be something of a regular thing.


* RecordNeedleScratch: In "How Can I Stop Little Bird Eating the Seeds?", Jess's excitement at the idea of being a scarecrow is record needle scratched when he comes to the sudden realization that he'd get tired if he tried to stand around being a scarecrow all day.

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* RecordNeedleScratch: RecordNeedleScratch
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In "How Can I Stop Little Bird Eating the Seeds?", Jess's excitement at the idea of being a scarecrow is record needle scratched when he comes to the sudden realization that he'd get tired if he tried to stand around being a scarecrow all day.day.
** In "How Can We Keep Dry for Horace's Concert?", Jess and his friends get record needle scratched when they think they've figured out how they can keep dry and shout "Yippity yay!" but then realize that water is leaking through the holes in the basket that they're using to cover themselves.

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* FurryConfusion: In "What's the Funny Little Creature in the Pond," Jess encounters said funny little creature in Horace's pond, which he names Freddy. [[spoiler:It transpires that it's a tadpole, which later grows into a frog. Thing is, Horace is a frog too, a talking frog, but Freddy only ribbits, even after becoming a fully-grown frog.]]


* ExpressiveEars: Jess has them, many of the other characters too.

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* ExpressiveEars: Jess has them, many of the other characters too. In the ChristmasEpisode, Mimi's are on full display as they stick up through her Santa Claus hat.


''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date two [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'' and ''Spring Surprises'' and another, ''Sunny Day Discoveries'' is coming soon. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries.

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''Guess with Jess'' is a British/Canadian educational programme for toddlers featuring Jess from ''WesternAnimation/PostmanPat'' as the central character. Set at Greendale Farm, the series explores Jess' interaction with his friends as they discover the world around them. To date two three [=DVD=]s have been released: ''Exploring Winter Wonders'' and Wonders'', ''Spring Surprises'' and another, ''Sunny Day Discoveries'' is coming soon.Discoveries''. These have not been released commercially in the United States, but are available at some libraries.


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* ExpressiveEars: Jess has them, many of the other characters too.


* NoAntagonist: The show focuses around Jess and his friends exploring the farm.

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* NoAntagonist: The show focuses around Jess and his friends exploring the farm. farm.
* RecordNeedleScratch: In "How Can I Stop Little Bird Eating the Seeds?", Jess's excitement at the idea of being a scarecrow is record needle scratched when he comes to the sudden realization that he'd get tired if he tried to stand around being a scarecrow all day.

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