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ZingZillas

Series 1

Episode 23: Panzee's Photograph

First broadcast: on CBeebiesLatest broadcast: on CBeebies

Panzee wants the ZingZillas to send photos of themselves to their fans. DJ has a camera and offers to take the photos for them. The only problem is that his camera battery is running low. He takes nice photos of Tang, Zak and Drum but when it's Panzee's turn she swats away a fly just as he takes the photo. The battery on the camera is now completely flat and he can't take an alternative photo of Panzee. He assures her that it will be good and while he prints them up he suggests they go and listen to the fun and funky sounds of Dr Lonnie Smith playing the Hammond organ over in the glade. The ZingZillas love the sound and decide to do a Big Zing all about fun and friendship.

DJ Loose has printed all the photographs and Zak, Tang and Drum are really pleased with theirs. Panzee however is very upset with hers and thinks she looks silly - she doesn't want to send it to her fans. The others offer not to send their either but Panzee realises they are being really good friends and can't expect them not to send their photos just because she doesn't like hers. She agrees for DJ to print up lots of copies. While they wait they rehearse their fun and upbeat song about friendship but Panzee is so upset about her photo she finds it hard to be upbeat.

Luckily though, Todd has an old camera and offers to take a new photo of Panzee to cheer her up. He can only take one photo on his old camera and while the ZingZillas are helping Panzee look her best he accidentally takes the photo. It's a disaster. Instead of being a nice photo of Panzee it's going to be a silly photo of all of them falling over. Panzee is even more upset than ever - until she sees Todd's photo. Show less

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