Series 2, Episode 24
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The Wiggles talk about hard work. Meanwhile at Wags' World, Captain volunteers to babysit the Wagettes but they go out running around Wiggletown.
Flora Door is practicing her greetings but needs people to do her activity. So she wakes up the Wiggles. The Wiggles want to go outside but Flora can't see them, so the Wiggles go around the back. Then they ask to come in please, but Flora says they aren't properly dressed to come in the front door so they have to go in through the back again.
Captain Feathersword wakes up Wags. He tells his pirates that Wags is going to work. Wags gets up and takes a seat. The pirates do a dance. Afterwards one of the pirates asks what did Wags do that was work? Captain Feathersword answers: he's a watchdog.
The Wiggles are in Dorothy's Garden trying out a new song, Fruit Salad, when Dorothy interrupts and asks them what they are doing. The Wiggles tell Dorothy that they are working hard. Dorothy questions why they are having fun, and the Wiggles answer it's okay to work and have fun.
Captain Feathersword gets to babysit the Wagettes while Henry and Wags go fishing, but the Wagettes have other ideas and escape outside. Captain chases them down different wiggle streets such as Back to Front Street, and Upside Down street. When Henry and Wags return, Captain and the Wagettes are all wiped out asleep.
Greg practices his magic, and Jeff practices his keyboarding. Hard work can be fun too!
"Do the Wiggle Groove" – live version
- When the Wagettes are on Back to Front Street, the audio song clip of "Go Captain Feathersword, Ahoy!" is played sped-up and in reverse.
- The second time Anthony plays Red Starry guitar. The first time was Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas (1997 video).
- This is the Last time that The Red Starry Guitar has different guitar strings. The first time was Lilly.
- In this episode it reveals that the red starry guitar has an on and off button which is the pickup switch but without the cap when Anthony said he forgot to turn the guitar on.