Bubble Guppies (2011–2016)
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When Oona's friend Avi breaks a bone in his tail, he needs to visit the doctor. The Bubble Guppies aren't too worried - after they learn that it's a doctor's job to make everyone feel better.

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Episode credited cast:
Ashley Paige Albert ... Additional Voices (as Ashley Albert)
... Goby (singing voice)
... Molly (voice)
Selena Gonzalez ... Deema (singing voice)
... Gil (voice)
Jelani Imani ... Goby (voice)
... Mr. Grouper (voice)
... Little Fish (voice)
Charity James ... Additional Voices
Luke Manriquez ... Avi (voice)
... Featuring
Eamon Pirruccello ... Nonny (voice)
Doug Preis ... Additional Voices
Reyna Shaskan ... Oona (voice)
... Deema (voice)
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When Oona's friend Avi breaks a bone in his tail, he needs to visit the doctor. The Bubble Guppies aren't too worried - after they learn that it's a doctor's job to make everyone feel better.

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24 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Written by Terry Fryer
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Oona worries when her friend Avi has an accident.
13 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Debut episode. Lots of fun. Easy for the parents and other adults to care about. The animation is excellent and easy on the eyes. The characters are all very cute and each has a distinct personality that children can relate to. The songs are catchy. It is upbeat and imaginative. Kids get up and dance to the songs. It's filled with humor. Refreshingly new in style. The kids' voices show their distinct charm. The show's creators have a hit! Oona worries about her friend Avi who has an accident and has to go to the hospital. Children learn a little bit about seeing doctors and their own bones through song and story in a fun-fulled way.


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