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Science is the 5th episode of The Mr. Men Show.

Synopsis

Mr. Stubborn shares his scientific theories; Little Miss Whoops topples a T-Rex; and during a visit to the Planetarium, Mr. Nervous embarks on a personal space odyssey.

Plots

  • Miss Sunshine, Mr. Stubborn, Mr. Small and Mr. Tickle's Plot: Miss Sunshine is showing Mr. Stubborn, Mr. Small and Mr. Tickle Moon Rocks. Mr. Stubborn thinks that they're fake. He even pulled an arm off a mummy and left.
  • Mr. Grumpy and Miss Daredevil's Plot: Miss Daredevil asks Mr. Grumpy for a rocket. Being the funny Little Miss she is, she buys a lot of toy rockets and glues them all onto a chair and blasts off.
  • Miss Whoops and Miss Helpful's Plot: Miss Whoops tries to put the nose on the T-Rex skeleton (In reality, T-Rexs had no nose horn), but it falls off again, so Miss Whoops tries to put it back on, but Miss Helpful finds a loose screw and removes it, Miss Whoops falls down and the T-Rex falls apart.
  • Mr. Persnickety and Miss Naughty's Plot: Mr. Persnickety is teaching about frogs. Miss Naughty lets the frogs loose.
  • Mr. Nervous' Plot: Mr. Nervous imagines that he's fixing a satellite to save the world, but gets lost in a meteor shower to get his wrench. He is really at the Planetarium.

Bumpers

Trivia

  • Mr. Happy sings a song about how flowers work in the US version of this episode and also Miss Scary sings a Song called "Dinosaurs on the Loose" which can also be heard in Telephone, Seashore, Radio and Surprises.
  • This is currently the only episode to have 2 Songs in the episode.
  • This is also another episode in the UK version to not have a deleted plot, the other being Farm.
  • During Miss Sunshine's tour of the Science Museum, when Mr. Stubborn drops the moon rock on his foot and Mr. Tickle offers a tickle, he says what Mr. Grumpy would say to Mr. Tickle: "Not if you value your arms!"
  • Miss Helpful's Video is in this Episode
  • Miss Naughty's Video is in this Episode
  • In the UK version, there was a transition of frogs that show up after Miss Naughty leaves. This is strangely absent in the US version.
  • Miss Sunshine was not angry when she said to Mr. Stubborn: "I think perhaps you should leave"  unlike other characters in situations like that. (like Miss Helpful's plot in Restaurants)
  • Miss Whoops and Miss Helpful's plot is a reference to a past misconception in real life, in which Iguanodon's thumb spike was originally thought to have been its horn.
  • Everyone except for Mr. Messy and Mr. Scatterbrain appeared in this episode.

Goofs

  • In Mr. Persnickety's plot, the back view of the audience was Miss Whoops, but in the front view it was actually Mr. Bump.
  • Also, Mr. Persnickety states that there are exactly 5,418 different species of frogs in the world. He’s wrong by over 700.

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The Mr. Men Show Episodes
Season 1

Physical  • Boo-Boos (Doctors & Nurses in the UK; Hospitals in Australia)  • Farm  • Movies  • Science  • Lake  • Books  • Beach  • Boats  • Mall  • Flying  • Hobbies  • Dance  • Inventions  • Fair  • Camping  • Amusement Park  • Trains  • Paint  • Fish  • Adventure  • Construction  • Snow  • Canned Goods  • Jobs  • Gardens  • Collecting  • Chores  • Restaurants  • Music  • Full Moon  • Night  • Food  • Bugs  • Cooking  • Rainy Day  • Heatwave  • Sleep  • Yard Work (Lawns in the UK)  • Parade  • Games  • Superstore  • Hotel  • Birthday  • Car Wash  • Wildlife  • Dillydale Day  • Cars  • Sightseeing  • The Dark  • Circus  • Ships

Season 2
Picnics  • Driving  • Outer Space  • Clean Teeth  • Airport  • Shoes  • Arts & Crafts  • Game Shows  • Garages  • Eyeglasses  • Toys  • Reptiles  • Hats  • Robots  • Parties  • Up and Down  • Dining Out  • Gifts  • Sun and Moon  • Telephone  • Seashore  • Washing and Drying  • Sneezes and Hiccups  • Fruit  • Radio  • Supermarket  • Skyscrapers  • Cinema  • Getting Around  • Clocks  • Post Office  • Pets  • Dance Dance Dance  • Trees  • Library  • Pirates  • Goo  • Trains and Planes  • Out To Sea  • Next Door  • Lunch  • Machines  • Fairies and Gnomes  • Home Improvement  • Birds  • Bath and Bubbles  • Sand and Surf  • Parks  • Surprises  • Travel  • Bad Weather  • Pests