This episode of Bob the Builder has never been seen on TV!
Bob's been giving the task of building Sunflower Valley's new sports stadium, in time for the first ever Sunflower Valley Games. Unfortunately for Bob, Gripper and Grabber the machines brought in to help, have other things in mind. Will the plan come together or will the Games be a disaster?
Bob the Builder and his machine team are ready to tackle yet another great project, with two new characters Gripper and Grabber . They hammer out the solutions that lead to a job well done Bob and the Can-Do Crew demonstrate the power of positive-thinking, problem-solving, teamwork and follow-through. Most importantly, from start to finish, the team always shows that The Fun Is In Getting It Done! All in all the kids and i thought this was pretty neat as the graphics were well put out there to make it seem real.
The Big fish, Little fish song was a good start to the dvd, the kids got up and danced to it, we actually ended up watching this movie 5 times today! I'm all 'Bobbed' out for today!
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