Season 2, Episode 11 of 15

Mona is in the backyard watching chipmunks and butterflies all play in pairs. She sees the chipmunks kissing and runs over to tell Nana who is sitting at her table doing crafts. Nana kisses Mona and tells her that the chipmunks were kissing because they love each other. Than Nana shows Mona that she has cut out a heart and writes her a note that says I love Mona and Russell. They decide to show Mr. Wooka the heart, which reminds him he has a show all about love. Mr. Wooka's Puppet Show-The town's people are all loving each other and a monster comes by for some love and scares the townspeople away. This continues until a town's person overhears that the monster only wants to be loved. She loves him and everyone is happy. Mona asks Nana if they can make a heart for Mr. Wooka. They make the heart say "We love you Mr. Wooka" and they give it to and he is touched. They then head inside for some lunch. After Lunch Nana has some dessert for Mona and it is a banana a fruit they both love. Nana tells Mona to eat in the living room because she has a song all about how she loves bananas. Song Time-Nana Loves Bananas After the song Alice joins them in the living room and heads under the couch. Mona tries to get her out. Russell spots Alice and starts to bark at her. Mona gets them to be friends by telling them how she loves them both. Soon they are cuddling each other and loving each other they run off to play. Nana and Mona sit down to a story. Story Time-Sammy Duck Loves Everything We explore all the things that Sammy Duck loves. After the story Mona and Nana tell each other how much they love each other and they join Ally and Russell outside and they tell them how much they them and everyone is happy and loving everyone else. The Doorbell rings and Mom has come to pick Mona up.

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