A man runs a shop in Manchester with fun, mischievous puppets Sooty, Sweep, Soo and Little Cousin Scampi.
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A man runs a shop in Manchester with fun, mischievous puppets Sooty, Sweep, Soo and Little Cousin Scampi.

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9 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

First of all, that seven is too low for a show this good. The last three of four episodes where Richard and Liana join may have been a bit disappointing due to there being no Matthew being silly incidents, but other from that the show is epic. The first show with Scampi in all the way through and a different setting. Sooty, Sweep, Soo and Scampi have better looks in this show and the animation is better. Talent is used in this show. Humour is used.

Soo To The Rescue is one of the funny ones if you're looking at Sweep's sense of humour.

Soo's Babies was another classic Sweep example.

The breakdown service episode was interesting and funny.

The Tidy Box was good.

Sooty's stain remover was a creative one which inspires us with our creative writing.

Out of the Sooty Show, Sooty And Co, Sooty Heights, Sooty, Sooty 2011, my favourite would a hard choice. The newest Sooty is funny the first few times other from the atrocious episode Cow Capers. If Scampi or Butch were used in the show then I'd like it more but Sooty and Co is one of the better ones.


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