Climb up onto the Big Comfy Couch with Loonette the clown and her dolly friend of few words, Molly, in this fifth volume of themed episodes from the popular PBS kids' series. There's fun in every direction when Loonette helps Granny bake up an upside-down cake packed with cabbage and pickles, and Molly makes friends with an upside-down doll. Loonette and Molly also learn all about the letter M -- which, upside down, looks a lot like the letter W.
Take a seat on the Big Comfy Couch, where it's party time for clown Loonette and her dolly Molly as they sing, tell stories, play games and have fun. This volume of three episodes features Loonette at Granny Garbanzo's surprise party, a day of popcorn fun and clowns learning about loud and quiet. Preschoolers will laugh and learn as they visit Clowntown and the characters of this popular educational PBS television series.
The Big Comfy Couch is a Canadian children's television series about Loonette the Clown and her dolly Molly, who solve everyday problems on their "Big Comfy Couch". It aired from 1992 until early 2006. It was produced by Cheryl Wagner and Robert Mills, directed by Wayne Moss and Mills. It premiered on March 2, 1992 in Canada and in 1995 in the USA on public television stations across the country. There is also a Spanish version of the show titled, "El Sofa de mi Imaginacion". It also aired in the United Kingdom on GMTV's kids block. The show's format revolves around Loonette the Clown, who lives with her dolly Molly on the eponymous Big Comfy Couch. Episodes are generally focused on a theme or a lesson. For example, Season 3's episode "Full of Life" explored the concepts of "full" and "empty", while "Sticks and Stones" dealt with name-calling and teasing.