The sincere simian has developed an ample following of his own.
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Mr. Monkey invites Hortense to be a member of the new club.
November 2, 2014
It’s election month, and Mr. Monkey is running for governor of the puppets.
Mr. Monkey tries to disguise his fear of jack-o-lanterns by declaring he is too old for trick-or-treating.
The puppets discuss things they really love.
Mr. Monkey declares that puns are not appropriate for a children’s sermon.
Mr. Monkey wants to watch football instead of doing a children’s sermon.
Jack invited Bummer Bear to give another pep talk to the kids.
The puppets discuss living and learning, including Mr. Monkey’s vacation in Hawaii.
The puppets discuss the meaning of Sabbath.
The puppets discuss, how do you know someone is your friend?
Via a dating service, Jack introduces Whining Wanda to Bummer Bear.
Bummer Bear has less than inspiring cheers for the puppets’ baseball team.
Mr. Monkey introduces a new game show, entitled “Who’s Holier than Thou?”
Mr. Monkey is back from vacation and teaches everyone “How to Act like You Really Care!”
Hortense and Pete Pelican discuss fresh fish.
Cowlista receives the Busy Body of the Year Award.
Jack is distracted from the conversation, because he is playing games on his iHop.
Hortense sings about basic honesty and courtesy — of course, there is a twist.
Jack, Hortense, Clammy, Bummer Bear, and Mr. Monkey discuss portions of Leviticus.
Pete, Hortense, and Mr. Monkey discuss the sermon topic, Love.
In Mr. Monkey’s absence, Jack and Hortense discuss lots of stuff.
Mr. Monkey interviews the victims and suspects in the story of the Three Pigs.
The puppets attend the “Monkey of the Year” Award Show.
The puppets discuss Mr. Monkey’s sense of generosity.
Mr. Monkey, Pete, and Hortense discuss forgiveness.
Mr. Monkey calls a secret meeting of the puppets.
For Earth Day, Mr. Monkey discusses his play about the Garden of Eden.
The puppets discuss missing ears on a chocolate bunny.
Mr. Monkey threatens to run away from home, because he wants a church that takes the Bible literally.
Mr. Monkey sidelines Jack and invites Micky and Minnie Monkey to the show.
Cowlista and Hortense discuss the new talk show.
Cowlista has a burden on her heart for all the little monkeys.
Bummer Bear has been playing hide-and-seek for three months.
Mr. Monkey is protesting the church for teaching evolution.
Mr. Monkey is distraught, because a wedding is going to make the church service even longer. Then, he finds out, there will be cake.
Mr. Monkey attempts ventriloquism.
Reverend Skunky speaks of the evils of alphabet soup.
Hortense suggests that Mr. Monkey and Pete Pelican attend an anger management workshop.
Mr. Monkey is an expert at many things, because he watches so much TV, but logic fails him.
Mr. Monkey, Cowboy Bob, Pete Pelican, and Hortense discuss blessings.
In Hortense’s absence, Mr. Monkey claims he is the star of the puppet show and always has been. Jack introduces Professor Smartypants.
Mr. Monkey stages a Nativity scene.
Jack and Mr. Monkey learn about fairness, based on their letters to Santa Claus.
The puppets learn lessons, while playing super heroes.
Bummer Bear and Reverend Skunky are tired of helping people. Hortense sets them straight about the Good News.
Jack and Mr. Monkey rethink their invention, square tires.
Pete Pelican and Calista Cow join Hortense and Mr. Monkey and learn about listening skills — all without being selfish.
Mr. Monkey learns about sharing after tricking Jack into giving up his Tootsie Rolls.
This week Jack returns for a visit with Mr. Monkey.
This week Mr. Monkey realized that good manners are about showing respect.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that stewardship is about building a community together.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that kind communication is a valuable thing.
This week Mr. Monkey realized that each member of a team has equal value.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that we all need religion that makes us healthy & kind.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that the best gifts are the humble ones.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that fun can be found outside his toybox.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that concentrating on the negative things in the past can blind you to wonderful things in the present.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that constant exaggeration is not a good idea.
This week Mr. Monkey learned about the value of fairness.
This week Porky reminds us that all of God’s creation is our family.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that families come in all different forms.
This week Mr. Monkey learned the value of silence and listening during prayer.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that we should always think of the positive things in life.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that God doesn’t give up on us.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that its important to be ourselves.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that we should be humble.
This week Mr. Monkey learned that we shouldn’t fight over different beliefs in God.
This week Mr. Monkey learned self acceptance.
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