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This show has been commented on already but the comment wasn't accurate as far as I'm concerned. The previous comment talked about the episode where Hamilton catches a fish and keeps it as a pet. It is hard for me to believe this person actually watched the episode. The entire episode was about how sad the fish was and how it wanted to be back in the river. Hamilton realizes this and lets it go back to its home. This episode has a great moral and is not detrimental to children. All the episodes of Maggie and the Ferocious Beast I have ever seen (and I'm pretty sure I've seen them all) have had wonderful stories and morals. My children love the characters and the show. I highly recommend it.
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