Camp Wooka

Season 1, Episode 2 of 26

Camp Wooka: Mona learns about camping outside - Mona gets dropped off for a sleep over at Nana's house. They say goodbye to Mona's Mom and get ready to watch a video. Mona tells Russell all about the video, but just as it is about to start, the power goes out. They decide to see if Mr. Wooka has also lost power. They get a flashlight and they make their way outside to Mr. Wooka's yard. The doorbell doesn't work so they call out for him. When he comes to the door, Mona tells him they can't watch the video anymore. Mr. Wooka suggests they camp out since there isn't any power. Nana and Mona agree, and go get their tent. Mona comes out of her tent and joins everyone around the fire to cook dinner. Nana and Wooka are going to teach Mona how to cook a hotdog over the fire. Wooka tells her about all kinds of food you can cook on a stick over the fire, for example marshmallows. Mona is cooking her hotdog perfectly and they determine it is done so Nana gives her a bun. Mona tells Russell how she cooked her hotdog with the fire. Nana begins to play her ukulele while Mr. Wooka starts to sing. Mona and Russell start to dance. Song Time: A song about camping - Mr. Wooka yawns and so does everyone else. They head to their tents to go to sleep. Inside the tent, Mona, Nana, Russell and Fleafer try to sleep but it is a bit crowded. They struggle to get comfortable, and at last they do. Suddenly, Mona hears a noise outside. They look and see a raccoon and its babies eating in the yard. The lights suddenly come on and Nana suggests they go back inside, but Mona wants to stay in the tent, and so they do. The next morning they pack up the tents and talk about all the fun they had. Mona and Nana go inside to meet Mommy while Mr. Wooka makes sure the fire goes out. They tell Mommy all about camping and the power outage and how they cooked over an open fire and saw raccoons.

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