Season 1: 4-year old Caillou had to deal with his abusive father, Boris, who loved grounding him and making punishment days for him as soon as his mother, Doris, left the house due to a separation between her and her husband.
After that, Boris quickly proposed to his girlfriend and also Caillou's teacher, Miss Ann Martin and set up a private wedding at a nearby church. Caillou and his 2-year-old sister, Rosie, decided to skip the wedding, which eventually led to another punishment day, them getting grounded, and Gilbert being put back in the pound.
As days pass by, Caillou and Rosie don't know how to get themselves out of this mess...
Season 2: For 2 years straight, Caillou, Rosie, Daillou, Doris, and Gilbert had a happy life together. Until Boris and Miss Martin find a way to escape prison.
The next morning, the two convicted criminals were on the news. Which left Caillou's family in shock.
With two convicted criminals on the lose, trying to get revenge, and easily hiding from the cops, will Caillou's family be safe in the end?
Season 3: 12 years later. Caillou and his brothers graduate high school! But things get ugly as Baillou doesn't trust Daillou for 2 years straight, because of a firework prank that Daillou caused, and two people who loved Boris and Miss Martin were deeply affected by their deaths, and now, they want nothing but sweet revenge! less
- Abusive Parents: Boris, as per usual, Miss Martin also becomes this when she marries Boris.
- Adaptational Heroism: Several of the characters:
- Goes both ways with Caillou, he goes from being a destructive Enfante Terrible and Bratty Half-Pint that throws irritating tantrums into being a Nice Guy who's a victim of child abuse from his father and stepmom.
- Doris goes from being an aloof, unsympathetic bitch to being a caring mom like her canon counterpart.
- Genre Deconstruction: of the "grounded videos".
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Leo in the third season. He snaps out of it when he remembers Caillou comparing him to his father for cheating on Clementine.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Both Caillou and Doris fall under this. See Adaptational Heroism above.
- Cole and Elena are also just as nice as their canon counterparts.