♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and her little brother,
Max ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby! ♪ Oh no! I’m swinging so high, I don’t know if I can stop. Who’s going to save me? Super Bunny! Oh, Super Bunny,
thank goodness you’re here. Can you please help me? Oh, Super Bunny, you’re my hero. (Gasping) Oh, you stopped me from
stepping in that puddle. You really are a hero, Max. Oh, I mean, Super Bunny. Super Bunny! Oh, hello,
Mrs. and Mr. Huffington. Ruby, you’re just the bunny
we’re looking for. Can you watch Baby Huffington
while we get our picnic ready? You and Max are welcome
to join us for lunch once we’re all set up. We’d love to watch
Baby Huffington for you. Okay, Ruby.
Now, he might want a nap, but if not, just keep him
happy till lunchtime. Don’t worry, Mrs. H, I know
how to keep babies happy. Thanks, Ruby. Look up here, Baby Huffington. Goo goo, goo goo goo. Super Bunny! (Yawning) What a big yawn!
Do you want a nap? Super Bunny! (Giggling) Super Bunny! (Giggling) Max, please don’t bother Baby H.
He might want to take a nap. (Giggling) We don’t want him to get
too excited, do we? Now, give me your cape and
I’ll keep it safe under here. We can play Super Bunny
again later when we finish
looking after Baby H. Thanks, Max. Why don’t you play on the swing? (Crying) What’s wrong? I know, babies like to be
tucked in when they take a nap. There, snug as a bunny in a rug. Huh! Well, I guess you don’t
want a nap. Mrs. H said if you don’t
want a nap, I should just keep you happy. I know what would
make you happy. (Humming) It’s your stuffy bunny!
Hello, baby H. Do you want to play? Huh! You didn’t mean to do that to your cuddly little bunny,
did you? I didn’t think so. Now, where did it go? I’ll look over this way first. ♪ Super Bunny! Could it be
all the way over here? (Baby giggling) I’m right here. I’ll have
your bunny back in no time. (Giggling) Super Bunny! (Crying) I’m coming, Baby Huffington. Here I am. (Crying) I’m sorry,
but I couldn’t find it. Hmm. I know. How about
a stroll around the park? (Giggling) Now you look happy.
I think the stroll is working. (Crying) Oh no. What do you want now? It looks like
it’s almost time for lunch. I just have to keep you happy
a little while longer. (Crying) How about this? Oh, you like my funny faces. How about this? Did I scare you? I know. How about a game
of Peek-a-boo? Where are you, Baby Huffington? Peek-a-boo! I see you! (Giggling) Huh? Max, how did you get
that cape back? I thought we agreed we wouldn’t
play Super Bunny until later. Come on, Max, jump down. (Gasping) Oh. Thank you, Super Bunny. Look, Baby H is happy again. Yay, Super Bunny! (Yawning) After all that excitement, I think Baby Huffington
finally wants a nap. Huh! It looks like he needs
a little help falling asleep. (Sighing) Max, I think he wants
Super Bunny’s cape. Can you let him borrow it
for his nap? It’s the heroic thing to do. Thanks, Max. (Giggling) You did it, Max.
Baby Huffington is taking a nap. Okay, Ruby, we’ll look after
Baby Huffington now. Well, would you look at that. I’ve never seen Baby Huffington
sleeping so happily. How did you do it? It was easy.
Max and I just figured out Baby Huffington wanted
a special blanket, and he got it,
thanks to his hero… Super Bunny! (Giggling) Introducing Ruby… Louise… Martha… And Valerie! The All-Star
Synchro Bunny Swim Team! Hooray! You go, girls. Ready to watch our synchronized
swimming routine, Grandma? Does my sun hat have flowers?
You bet I am. All right, synchro bunnies,
entry positions. Everyone ready?
All together, let’s g– Float! Whoa! Oof! Max, we are showing Grandma our
synchronized swimming routine. Do you know
what “synchronized” means? It means we have to do all our swimming moves together
at the same time. It’s very difficult and takes
a lot of concentration, so you’ll have to play on the
other side of the pool, okay? Max, can’t play in the pool
by himself, Ruby. He needs a swimming buddy. Right. Well, he can’t stay here.
What are we going to do? Hey. Hi, Roger. Hi, Roger. Hi, Roger. Hey, Max, cool toys. Want to
hang out in the pool together? Problem solved. All right,
let’s get synchronized. ♪ Hey, Max, check out how far
I can swim under water. (Laughing) Bet your submarine
can’t beat that. Float. ♪ This is called
Wheat in the Wind. Bravo, girls. You look just like
a beautiful prairie landscape. We are graceful, aren’t we? (Giggling) What should we try next? Let’s try the Can-can. Great idea, Louise. ♪ I can Can-can. Can you Can-can? I sure can Can-can.
How about you? (Giggling) Huh? Eek! Valerie, what’s the matter? There’s something down there. (Gasping) Oh, Max. Float! Yes, Max, it floated
right into the middle of our Can-can routine,
and it can’t. No submarines on our side
of the pool. ♪ Cool. Those froggy frog men
are natural born leapfroggers. What else can they do? Float. After the Can-can, it’s nice
to relax with a gladiola glide. (Gasping) I love gladiolas,
so graceful and strong, just like you girls. What else can we do,
synchro bunnies? How about the dandelion dance? (Blowing) Oh, I love that one. Umm, how does it go again? Like this. Now I remember! And I have the dandiest music
for your dandelion dance. Everyone, make a wish. (Blowing) (Giggling) I wish we could do
the dandelion dance all day. Ooh! Eek! Ooh! Oof! I wish Max would keep his toys
over on his side of the pool. Float! No submarines
and no froggy frog men either. What else have you got, Max? Float! Nice. Just what you need
in case of an emergency. Ta-da! Ta-da! All your practicing
has certainly paid off. Bravo! You haven’t seen anything yet.
Let’s try the water lily. Ooh, that’s a really
difficult move, Ruby. We mess it up
every time we try it. All the more reason to keep
trying, right, synchro bunnies? Right. Right. And a one, and a two… (Giggling) Steady, concentrate. Keep trying,
we’ve nearly got it. I just can’t reach. Ah! Max. Uh-oh. Float. Tell you what, Max, instead of
playing with your float toys, how about you and Roger
practice swimming with your dino ring over there. Little brothers. This time, we’re going to do
the water lily right, without any interruptions
from Max. Almost got it. It’s no use, Ruby.
We can’t get our feet to touch. And we can’t get our hands
to touch either. Look out! Max! What are you doing? Sorry we got in your way, Ruby.
Max is a really good swimmer. Float. We can try to do
the water lily again next time. But you won’t need to wait
until next time. That’s the most beautiful
water lily I’ve ever seen. We did it! Instead of creating
a water lily by touching our feet together, we created one by joining hands
together around Max’s… Float. ♪ Guess what, Max? I’ve got some
very exciting news. We’ve got a play date. You and I are going to… Wait for it. Louise’s house for
the whole entire day! I told you it was exciting. Why don’t you put the toys
you want to play with in your backpack? Whatever you can’t fit in here, you’ll just have to
say good-bye to. I’ll go pack my backpack
and then we’ll go, okay? ♪ (Sighing) Good-bye. Those toys should keep you busy
over at Louise’s. Of course, you can always
play with us if you want. We’re going to play dress-up
and Princesses and… Oh, that reminds me. I didn’t
pack my carry-on hair salon. It wouldn’t be a play date
without a little hairstyling. Good-bye. Good-bye. Good-bye. Well, that was close.
How are you doing, Max? (Siren blaring) Oh, I nearly forgot. I was going to pack
my Doctor On Call first aid kit. Louise and I love playing
emergency room doctors. Good-bye. (Clicking) ♪ Ow. ♪ Max, what are you doing? This is no time to play. You’re supposed to be getting
ready to go to Louise’s house. Here’s your lobster. Good-bye. You were chasing that lobster
all over the room just to say good-bye to it? Look at you.
Your cheeks are all pink. Oh, that reminds me. I need to bring my
You’re So Gorgeous make-up kit. It isn’t a play date
without a makeover. (Sighing) ♪ Good-bye. Good-bye. Good-bye. Good-bye. (Siren blaring) Good-bye. Au revoir. Arrivederci. Adios. Auf Wiedersehen. Ta-ta. Good-bye. So long. Ciao Bella. Good-bye. Au revoir. Arrivederci. Max, what’s going on? What are you doing? Good-bye! Ooh. Okay, that’s enough joking
around. We’ve got to get going. Good-bye. You should be ready to go now. You said good-bye to everything
but the kitchen sink. Max! Good-bye! (Echoing)
Good-bye! Okay, it’s time to go now. Good-bye. Good-bye. Auf Wiedersehen. (Siren blaring) Good-bye. Avast, ye mateys. Arr! I’m getting ready to sail
the seven seas in search of treasure and
adventure. Are you up for it? Sorry, Grandma. Max and I are going for
a play date at Louise’s house. Both you and Max
are going to Louise’s? Yep. See?
We’ve both got our backpacks full of things to play with,
right, Max? Max? You’re going to stay
and play pirates with Grandma? You can if you want, Max. What am I going to
say to Louise? Good-bye. ♪