Martha’s Sweater: Martha is strictly anti-sweater, but what can she do when it’s a gift from Grandma Lucille? Martha sets out to prove that no sweater can withstand the rugged lifestyle of a dog. The Mystery of the Missing Dinosaur: TD passes by a dinosaur toy that looks suspiciously like one he used to own.
Alice Tells a Story: When Alice tells the story of how she got Nelson, her class is confused. With a little help from Helen and T.D., she might be able to tell it correctly–even if it is about cats. Pirates and Princesses: The girls needeth a castle and Truman and T.D. are on the hunt for a ship. The problem? Helen only has one tree house. Between buccaneers and royalty, who will prevail?
Skits may have been a time-traveling puppy!/Milo and Truman try to save a museum’s fossil exhibit.
The Dog Who Came to Dinner: Helen agrees to take care of Mrs. Clusky’s dog for a few days, and Martha can’t wait to welcome their houseguest. Martha Calling: When Martha wins a trip to the Come-On-Inn from a radio call-in show, there’s only one problem–no dogs allowed.
Martha wants to be a firehouse dog, just like her favorite book, Firehouse Freddie./Have giant alien pickles invaded Wagstaff City? Truman saw something just like it in a movie, but he never saw the ending.
Martha inadvertently helps some stray dogs rob Karl the butcher./Martha thinks that there is something fishy about the Perfect Pup Institute.
Martha and Helen have to get Little Bo and the sheep to the herding competition in 15 minutes! How will they get there in time?
T.D. defines “director” while Helen and Martha remind everyone not to feed paper to their dog.
When Lily fears that she tore a pillow, she turns to Martha and Skits for help.
T.D. gives a report in class about the inventor of chewing gum, Tom Adams.
Helen and Alice try to figure out what is intimidating the neighborhood dogs.
Martha and the gang play their new video game during a winter storm.
Martha is afraid to go outside because Jaws, the new dog in the neighborhood, keeps teasing her.
Dance along to this song about all different moods–grumpy, cheerful, shy, glum, and more!
Martha tells the story of her life in the animal shelter. Before she was adopted, Martha considered all of the possibilities–maybe she would become a police dog, or be adopted by a family in a bowling alley!
Professor Monkey accidentally turns his paper directions into a paper airplane!
Helen tries to convince Martha to wear the sweater Lucille made for her.
Windy McCloud knows weather like no one else–warm temperatures, cold temperatures, and precipitation!
Martha describes the difference between “elderly” and “youthful”.
Martha misses Helen, who is away at art camp, so TD tries to cheer her up… dressed as a pirate!
Martha explains the meaning of the word “pressure” and ways to relieve it. Pressure means when something is pressing on something else, or the feeling of nervousness or worry.
Martha questions the dogs of Wagstaff about the trash can tipping mystery.
Helen sets out to solve a mystery in her town.