Children's series about a magic coin that can grant wishes.
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Children's series about a magic coin that can grant wishes.

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While the series is largely based on the novels by Dick King-Smith, the producers also credit the work of J.C. Lucey as being a strong influence, particularly in relation to the rabbit king. See more »

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So this b*itch has a coin that she f*ducking rubs to make wishes, that's fun*king it. OH actually I forgot to mention, something always goes wrong.

Said b*itch manages to keep the coin and make stupid wishes for seven bloody seasons.

As a kid this was the s*it, now not so much.

Bernard's watch was amazing, everyone would love to stop time, who wants to get crap wishes from a 50 pence coin?

EVERY episode is like, oh something bad has happened! Better rub the coin. The rest of the episode is spent trying to recover normality after the coin has inevitably f*ducked things up.

Should have wished for a better plot summary.


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