Jay Jay the Jet Plane – Learning Life’s Little Lessons
Contains five episodes. Upsy-Downosis – It looks like Herky’s caught a case of “Upsy-Downosis,” a kind of cold that causes planes and helicopters to fly upside down. Not wanting to miss out on a trip to the beach, Herky tries to keep his cold a secret! But when Herky’s Upsy-Downosis causes him to mess up […]
Contains five episodes. Upsy-Downosis – It looks like Herky’s caught a case of “Upsy-Downosis,” a kind of cold that causes planes and helicopters to fly upside down. Not wanting to miss out on a trip to the beach, Herky tries to keep his cold a secret! But when Herky’s Upsy-Downosis causes him to mess up an important delivery for Brenda, he learns why it’s best to let an adult know when you’re not feeling well. Tracy’s Sonic Boom – Savannah has agreed to help Tracy learn how to fly fast enough to do a sonic boom as soon as she returns to Tarrytown. But Tracy doesn’t want to wait that long, and decides that she’s going to try to learn on her own! When she flies out of control and has to be rescued, Tracy realizes there are some things that shouldn’t be done without the help of an adult. Herky and The Opposites Game – Herky and Jay Jay challenge each other to a game of Opposites. Unable to stump Herky with opposite words like “high” and “low,” “wet” and “dry,” Jay Jay asks Herky to come up with the opposite of “Snuffy.” Stuck, Herky turns to Old Oscar, who teaches him that sometimes you have to look at things in a different way in order to find the answer. Snuffy’s Snowman – After the planes spend the day at Frosty Pines building a snowman, Snuffy decides he wants to bring “Jack Frosty” back to visit Tarrytown Airport. That night, Snuffy is shocked to find his snowman is starting to melt! Jay Jay explains that since a snowman’s place is in the snow, they should probably take him back to Frosty Pines. That way, Jack Frosty can stay cold all year around, and Snuffy can visit him anytime he wants! Tracy’s Shooting Star – After Jay Jay and Big Jake spot a shooting star, Tracy is determined to see one for herself. But after staying up late three nights in a row with no luck, Tracy worries that she’ll never see one! Discouraged, she turns to Brenda Blue, who explains that patience is part of any worthwhile discovery. That very night, Tracy’s patience is rewarded when she sees the biggest shooting star of all!