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Pip the penguin and Freddy the flamingo become the first non-stork employees for T.O.T.S (Tiny Ones Transport Service) who deliver babies to their parents.


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Series cast summary:
Jet Jurgensmeyer ...  Pip the Penguin / ... 41 episodes, 2019-2021
Christian J. Simon ...  Freddy the Flamingo / ... 41 episodes, 2019-2021
Megan Hilty ...  K.C the Koala / ... 41 episodes, 2019-2021
Vanessa Williams ...  Captain Beakman 38 episodes, 2019-2021
Thimo van Haaren Thimo van Haaren ...  Pip 32 episodes, 2019-2020
Parvesh Cheena ...  Bodhi / ... 27 episodes, 2019-2021
Henri Lubatti ...  JP / ... 27 episodes, 2019-2021
Charlie Townsend ...  Mia / ... 26 episodes, 2019-2021
Melanie Minichino ...  Ava / ... 24 episodes, 2019-2021
Eric Bauza ...  Mr. Woodbird / ... 23 episodes, 2019-2021


T.O.T.S. is about the hilarious adventures of best friends Pip and Freddy, a tenacious penguin and a kind-hearted flamingo, who are the only non-stork delivery birds in-training at Tiny Ones Transfer Service (T.O.T.S.). As new members of the esteemed team, these junior flyers must take tender care in transferring baby animals - kittens, cubs, calves, bunnies, puppies and joeys among them - from the nursery to their forever families around the globe.

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They're bringing these babies home!


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This is not the first time Disney introduced storks delivering baby animals. the beginning of disney's dumbo 1940 shows the storks service. See more »

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Cute, but makes no sense
2 January 2020 | by orlovamashaonlineSee all my reviews

Despite having no children or younger relatives, I often watch morning cartoons on Disney Channel. Just to know what's popular among kids nowadays. And to snark at the inconsistencies, of course. Because that's fun. This autumn the channel introduced T.O.T.S., and now I've watched enough episodes to write a review.

So, the series tells us about a company that delivers baby animals to their "parents" (who are actually stepparents, but as far as I know they were never referenced like this in the story). Even the younger viewers would certainly raise a question: how the babies are produced? Well, we're never explained this. Perhaps it's a corporate secret. Creating life is controversial, after all.

The story is centered around two novice delivery birds. And here comes the major problem of the series: those characters act like morons. That's quite annoying: on one hand, they have important jobs, like adults; on the other hand, they tend to make a fuss over the simplest problems. Also, one of them, Freddy, usually misunderstands figurative speech: that's a common kind of jokes in Disney preschool shows, and, in my opinion, one of the most exasperating. There is also one background adult character (Bodhi), who seems quite dumb and inerudite, but his little screentime saves him from being irritating. The plots are predictable, but almost every Disney show has this point.

Another issue with T.O.T.S. is that it only focuses on the main characters, their problems and relationship. It does not tell us much about the universe and the T.O.T.S. corporation. The background characters get ridiculously little screentime, so most of them seem one-dimensional. When I was a kid, I was always more interested in worldbuilding than in the actual story, so I consider this an important drawback.

As for the show's advantages, its animation is well done, and the art style is pleasing. K.C. the koala is lovable: I would rather watch a series about her than about dim-witted Pip and Freddy.

Overall, it's a mediocre and quite boring show. It may be suitable for children under 4, but it's unlikely that an older kid would like it.

3/10. 1 point for animation, 2 for giving a plenty of room for theories).

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