Boats is the ninth episode (first part of the fifth episode) in Season 1 of The Mr. Men Show.


  • Miss Whoops and Mr. Quiet's plot: They are on Good Morning Dillydale and they talk about the safties of sailing but Miss Whoops accidentally unties the knots for the main sail and spinnaker. While she continues to speak, she bumps Mr. Quiet out of the boat twice. Sick of being with Miss Whoops, Mr. Quiet walks from the ocean to the studio and gives Mr. Happy and Miss Sunshine the life preserver.
  • Mr. Nervous' plot (ONLY IN THE US VERSION!): Mr. Nervous imagines he's lost in the middle of the ocean surrounded by sharks, but he is really in the pool with Miss Naughty wearing a shark fin.
  • Mr. Scatterbrain's plot: Mr. Lazy goes for a short ride in Mr. Scatterbrain's Boat but ends up in the South Pole with Musical Penguins, Seals and Polar Bears(that don't live in the South Pole).
  • The Boat's plot: The Mr. Men and Little Misses are having a good time till a storm makes them presumably and exactly sick. (probably caused by Mr. Tickle, though he says "Don't look at me!")
  • Mr. Stubborn and Miss Calamity's Plot: Mr. Stubborn (Captain Stubborn) and Miss Calamity an iceberg hits and sinks the ship, but then Mr Scatterbrain saves her lives except Mr Stubborn, who tells them to stop singing.



Miss Daredevil zooms by the other characters with their water transport, which causes it to sink.

  • Mr. Quiet rowing his canoe.
  • Mr. Nosy and Mr. Small peddling their boat.
  • Mr. Happy, Miss Calamity, Mr. Messy, Mr. Quiet, and Mr. Persnickety rowing a boat with Mr. Noisy guiding them.
  • Miss Naughty is in a pirate ship and costume, and tries to stop Miss Daredevil with a plunger cannon, only for the ship to be pulled away and leaving Miss Naughty in the water.


  • Mr. Stubborn does the tune of It's A Small World in this episode
  • In the US dub, after Mr. Scatterbrain saves Miss Calamity, Mr. Stubborn shouts "Stop singing!", but in the UK dub, he shouts "Cheap singing!".
  • Captain Stubborn's big cruise ship hitting an iceberg and sinking is a reference to Titanic as it sunk when it hit an iceberg
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