Gram and Grand visit. Waffle loves Gram; he’ll only leave his new doggy doormat on her command. Everyone sings Simon’s new song and Waffle uses his doormat to stop Gram leaving. Show more
Waffle, Jess, Gramps and Angela help Pepper find a new owner by making a leaflet. Waffle tries to help Mrs Hobbs, too, but causes chaos. Waffle hopes Mrs Hobbs will adopt Pepper.
Vet Jess and Waffle visit the kennels to check on Waffle’s new friend Pepper, who is sad. Waffle helps to find out the reason why - snuggly toy
PegStar is broken. Show more
Gramps, Evie and Waffle arrive home with Ruby and Jelly for a playdate just as a thousand, accidentally ordered, toilet rolls are delivered to Mrs
Hobbs’ house next door. Show more
Evie forgets her reading book, so Waffle takes it to her at school. As Waffle reaches the playground, he sees Evie’s PE class and is desperate to join in. Show more
Gramps teaches Waffle to read and stages a garden performance to showcase Waffle’s new talent. Jelly digs under the fence to join in, causing a surprise entrance from Mrs Hobbs. Show more
Waffle loves playing in a maze of cushions at Connie’s house, so Simon builds a maze at the Brooklyn-Bells’ home. But Waffle learns that reading can be just as fun as noisy play. Show more
Waffle and Doug give Evie a birthday gift, and the Brooklyn-Bells discover Mrs Hobbs's new rollerskating hobby. Evie makes a wish at her party to receive a card from her birth dad.
The Brooklyn-Bells take Waffle to school to ask if he can visit class. When headteacher Mr Nolan says no, Waffle goes missing - he’s determined to prove he’s ready for school!
Waffle, Simon, Doug, Evie and Ruby do a sponsored silence to raise money for the school. It’s not much fun, so Mrs Hobbs suggests they do a jigsaw. Waffle finds the missing piece.
Doug wants to be in the school show, so he makes his own music kit and invites Mrs Hobbs to play the drums. Simon and Waffle play percussion and Doug dances to a song they compose. Show more
Mrs Hobbs holds interviews for a cat sitter for George. Waffle wants the job, so the Brooklyn-Bells hatch a plan to help. Miss Berrington arrives with good news from school.
Bafta Award-winning short film telling the story of millions of modern-day refugees. A British family leave their home for what at first appears to be a holiday. Show more
On Waffle’s first day as a trial school pupil, he struggles to hold a pen. Waffle decides to hide Miss Berrington’s pen pot. If he can’t write, why should anyone else?
Zoe’s boyfriend, Callum, takes Evie, Doug, Simon and Waffle to an indoor snow arena. Poor Waffle discovers he’s not allowed to sledge, while Mrs Hobbs surprises everyone.
Waffle tries to impress on his first day as a listening dog at school. Mrs Hobbs arrives to collect Waffle, but her cat, George, goes missing.
Waffle’s paw is hurt in class, so vet Jess trains Mr Nolan in doggy first aid. Doug invents a device with buttons that Waffle can press for entertainment if he gets bored resting.
Waffle feels left out of the Brooklyn-Bells’ fun, so he sets off to find his doggy family. Later, Waffle introduces Pepper to Mrs Hobbs, hoping she’ll adopt his cute doggy friend.
It’s the end of Waffle’s trial week at school, and he’s forgotten to do his homework! Mr Nolan decides if Waffle can continue as a pupil, and Jess gets a text from Evie’s birth dad.
Evie has been given her first ever homework, while Waffle has been awarded Benji, the class toy, for good behaviour. Zoe and Callum have exciting news, and Evie emails her birth dad, Nate.