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  • The entire "Pinching" episode.
  • In the episode "Go to Sleep, Fizz", Fizz looks back on earlier playgroup days, some more pleasant than others. Cue flashbacks of a day where all of the Tweenies were painting pictures. Fizz having her paintings ruined is something of a Running Gag in the Tweenies, but this episode takes it Up to Eleven. Firstly, while painting a picture of some flowers in a vase, her brush gets stuck in water pot, and she knocks it over, spilling it everywhere.
    • Then, Jake and Milo are painting pictures of animals. Milo wants to paint his horse's tail black, so what does he do to get the brown paint off? Flicks it all everywhere, and get brown specks all over Fizz's second painting.
      • Bella doesn't exactly help the situation:
    Bella: Well, never mind, Fizz. At least your water lilies are really watery!
    • And if that wasn't enough, Fizz successfully paints a third picture without any interruptions, but she leaves it to dry by putting it on the floor. Inevitably, it isn't long before Milo treads on it. Fizz's scream is priceless.
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  • In the episode "Jake's Tantrum", Bella, Milo, Fizz and Max are all out in the garden while Jake is calming down from his tantrum inside. We have this exchange between Fizz and Milo about tantrums.
    Milo: Hey, Fizz. I bet you know all about temper tantrums, because —
    Fizz: Because my dad's told me all about them.
    Milo: No, Fizz, because you had lots of temper tantrums when you were small.
    Fizz: Oh, Milo! That is so untrue! I HAVE NEVER, EVER, EVER IN MY LIFE HAD A --
    Bella, Milo and Max: Shh!
    Fizz: (whispering) ...temper tantrum.
  • Jake vomiting over the floor (because he ate a Bramley apple, an especially-sour cooking apple which isn't meant to be eaten raw), and the Tweenies reaction to it in "Jake's Been Sick".
  • In the aptly named "Crocodile Tears", Jake overreacts and starts crying after he gets hit in the head by a light beach ball out of all things.
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  • In Tweenies Live, Max asks if there are any grandmas in the audience. He then follows up his question with "are any of you single?". However, he then immediately says that he was just kidding.

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