While cross-country skiing, PINGU and his friend rudely barge in front of an elderly skier. However as he is mucking around PINGU's ski breaks. Luckily for him despite his behaviour, the old man is understanding and helps PINGU home again.
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Episodes: 26 | Released: 1995 | Certificate: U | Genre: Animated | Director:
PINGU and his friend Robby get up to all sorts of mischief during a visit to the Art Museum to the annoyance of the museum curator who seeks to reprimand the two rascals. However every time he tries to rectify the damage he manages to make it worse.
PINGU and Pinga only want to eat fish and cake for supper. Grandfather understands this and eats up everything that the youngsters do not want. When Father discovers what is going on he thinks that Grandfather is spoiling his grandchildren.
PINGU plans to set off on a great expedition. But when Pinga discovers PINGU's preparations she hides on the sledge. Having gone a little way PINGU realises that she is there and is forced to turn back. Blissfully unaware of the failed plan, mother sits down to eat supper with her children as usual.
PINGU decides that he does not want to go to school this morning and he pretends he is ill. However, when his mother fetches the doctor, he sees right through the youngsters ploy and suggests a disgusting cure that PINGU does not like the sound of one little bit. Sure enough PINGU is sitting at his desk in time for his first lesson.
PINGU discovers some painting materials and inspired by the idea of being a painter he sets about searching for a suitable subject. Robby soon becomes the model for his painting but quickly gets bored and starts to play around. Unbeknownst to them the ‘mess' they leave behind them on the ice is a work of art in itself.
After PINGU has helped his neighbour he is rewarded for his kindness. When his friend repeats the task expectant of the same reward the neighbour sees through the ruse. In revenge the two young penguins decide that they will play a trick on the neighbour but it all ends with an innocent passer-by becoming the victim of their prank.
A seagull steals PINGU's fish. His search for the thief leads him to a bird's nest full of young birds. When PINGU sees the chicks he understands the mother bird's actions. What is more he decides to help by stealing fish from around the village to feed the birds. The owners of the fish he steals however are less than impressed by the disappearance of their food.
While PINGU is splitting wood for his mother to use on fire, his friend invites him to play. PINGU asks Mother if he can go but the answer is no. However PINGU leaves the task despite his mother's words and has to be fetched back from the game. This only leads to an argument and PINGU decides to hide as a result, but a hint from Pinga leads his relieved parents to find him in the end.
Instead of a fish PINGU and his friends catch a bottle, containing a mysterious map. However, the message leads them to an old chest with a seal-shell inside. After an initial disagreement his friend takes the chest and PINGU is left with the unremarkable shell. However when he gets home they discover that the shell holds treasure of its own.
As their Mother is asleep PINGU and Pinga take the record player outside and try to find a way to make it work mains electricity. But, in the end it is only when he sees his father check the car battery that PINGU comes up with solution. When Mother awakes she is thrilled to hear the music outside but only PINGU and Pinga know what is making it possible.
PINGU and Pinga are playing when they accidentally break their mother's beautiful vase. To PINGU's embarrassment Pinga tells her father how it happened. However, father understands it was an accident and finds a replacement and mother is pleased to receive a bunch of flowers as well. All the same PINGU still annoyed when Pinga also tells her Mother when he was hoping that she would never have to know.
On the way to school PINGU has bed luck with Pingi his girlfriend from school. During one of his lessons a classmate throws a paper aeroplane, it hits the teacher and PINGU gets the blame and is punished. PINGU decides to get revenge on the classmate who threw the plane but in the end it is this classmate who helps him out.
PINGU's friend Pingo teases him while he is enjoying himself with his girlfriend Pingi. This annoys PINGU and he plans revenge. He saws away at the bridge to Pingo's house and then tries to persuade him to cross is so that he will fall into the water. But when Grandfather wants to cross the bridge at the PINGU tries to prevent him and fall in the process.
PINGU is supposed to be looking after his neighbour's egg. But he doesn't pay proper attention and the egg goes off on its own. PINGU accidentally retrieves the wrong egg and out hatches someone else's penguin, which PINGU has to return to the right parent.
Pingu plays Superman with his friend Pingo. Pinga wants to play princesses and doesn't find Pingu's games amusing. He wants to show off and leaps around until he twists his foot. He goes to the doctor where he finds Pingo injured too.
PINGU sees on the table, a letter which he would like to read. He hides the letter when he hears his mother coming. Pinga and mother search everywhere for the letter and PINGU is afraid to reveal that he has already opened it, but when he does it turns out that the letter was an invitation to go to a party. Pinga has an invitation too. They are already late because of the search and have to rush to get to the party on time.
Robby and a friend want to play Badminton without PINGU, which makes him very unhappy. When their shuttlecock lands on an ice floe, PINGU fetches it, and in return wants the whole basket of fish they have. So his two friends decide to play a trick on PINGU and put a crab in the basket before they give it to him. When the crab emerges PINGU is so startled that he falls and hurts himself, seeing this the two friends feel sorry for him and share the game and the fish.
On the way to school PINGU watches a man as he draws lots and wants to try his luck too. Since he has no money he tries to pay with fish and, all though very poor the ticket seller gives him an extra free ticket in return. Taking it to his mother she realises that he has won a huge crate of fish. But rather than keep is all to himself PINGU decides to give most of the crate to the ticket seller as a thank you. When she gets the fish the ticket seller give PINGU a special talisman, which PINGU thinks is a far better prize
PINGU gives Pinga a shock when he draws on a sheet to be ghost. Mother is not amused by the prank and sends PINGU to bed without any supper. All alone in his room with a terrible storm outside PINGU is terrified especially when he sees a cloth move in the wind and believes that he has seen a ghost. When Father comes in and sees that PINGU is so frightened he allows him to join Pinga in their parents' bed.
A postcard form the South Seas leads PINGU and Pinga to adorn themselves with flowers and decorate the house. However, when mother discovers that they have destroyed her loveliest flower she passes out. Pinga explains to their father what they have done but a new bunch of flowers pulls mother from her sleep and she is glad to see the children playing so sweetly.
PINGU and Robby are sledging and in the process they come across what they presume to be a fish and look forward to eating it. However upon closer examination, the catch turns out to be an old inedible figurehead. Their Grandfather understands what it is straight away and fetches the museum director who is delighted to find the exhibit he had lost. He leaves the figurehead with PINGU and Robby and they all have a fitting celebration.
Mother sends PINGU to the baker's to fetch the bread but in the process he steals a cake. He attempts to conceal is from his mother but she spots it and he has to go back to the baker's shop and apologise. As a punishment PINGU must clean the chimney, which he promptly falls down but gets a cake as a thank you anyway. However PINGU is not best pleased when he discovers that, whilst he has been washing off the chimney dirt, Pinga has eaten his reward.
PINGU is playing alone with wooden blocks when Pinga comes along and his tower collapses. In revenge he puts her ball just out of reach. Later he can't find the ball and assumes a thief has taken it. Outside he spies a stranger and thinks that he can see he has the ball. He challenges him but he is mistaken the stranger does not have the ball. When he gets home he finds the ball in Pinga's bed where she had hidden it.