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.
Phyllida Lloyd directs an all-female Donmar Warehouse production of Shakespeare's great political drama, set in a present-day women's prison. 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.
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.
It’s the school show, and Doug, Ali and Mrs Hobbs are performing. Evie gets locked in the toilet, but Waffle saves the day in time to sing his line in the finale and surprise everyone!
It’s Bring-a-Toy-to-School Day, so Evie takes the trolley she’s just been given for her fifth birthday. Waffle hides in it and ends up in Evie’s class, where he must keep very still so he isn't seen.
Preschool comedy drama series. Evie's new school teacher comes for a home visit, but Waffle is teething and won't stop chewing everything in sight. Show more