Meanwhile, all around the town, people flee and lock themselves in their houses to get away from Pingu's playing, but when he finally gets to his grandfather, he finds him playing his own accordion nicely. He then goes back to the busker's place and sets out for him a nice meal with the supplies, and goes outside to make some repairs to the house. Mother soon puts Pinga back in bed, which Pinga still doesn't want to do. Meanwhile, all around the town, people flee and lock themselves in their houses to get away from Pingu's playing, but when he finally gets to his grandfather, he finds him playing his own accordion nicely. But when they start showing off it all ends up in a heap of broken skis both old and new. However they soon realise that the only way to succeed is by working together. At the concert, Father has fallen asleep and Mother wakes him up and they are a little bit worried about Pingu and Pinga.
They are so excited that they do not notice how loud they are. Pingu is playing with his blocks, and teaching Pinga what they are, while Mother and Father bake a cake possibly something else. Pinga tells him to look up, Pingu does so just as the pancake falls on his head making him look like an elephant then he trumpets. Pingu exits the bathroom and the table is cleared, so he slides under the table and sneaks into the toybox, to find his red rubber ball. Once finally eaten through his straw, Pingu rushes to the bathroom and spits the greens into the toilet.
Air Date : 28th-May-1986 Pingu is helping his dad deliver the mail. At first they tried to leave when she wasn't looking. Pingu asks another penguin for some money. Meanwhile, Mother and Father have a small talk while at the concert hall as the Orchestra plays classical tune in piece. Pingu backs up and rushes the door, but Pinga has moved away and he falls flat on the ground. He pushes Pinga off her potty so he can use that instead, and is sent outside, and he then in a rage plays doorbell ditch so that dad has to rush out of the bathroom to get it and Pingu can run in and use the toilet.
Air Date : 28th-Apr-1990 Pingu and his parents are doing odd jobs when Pingo comes over and asks Pingu on a playdate. Pingu and Pingo then go climbing one of the mountains, with Pingo nearly slipping. Pingg jumps into the water hole. The other team is a bad loser, however, and on the final try, they play aggressively to ensure they do not win, knocking them with the putt, forcing them into corners, and so on, and they win the game. Pingu is amazed at how well he does it.
Air Date : 13th-Oct-1990 Pingu is spending time with a stranger who is busking by playing a barrel organ, which makes him feel upset because of how poor he is. He leaps from the water hole and Pingu introduces him. Robby goes for help, and gets an emergency paramedic to lift a slab of ice from the rubble in order for Robby to slide under and get Pingu. While Pingu plays with his blocks, Pinga plays her trumpet. Pingu then rocks his chair and ends up pulling everything off the table. They play with their ball and have fun at first, but get a bit carried away, and the ball goes off into an overhang in the ice.
At first, Pingu decides to help her, by climbing through the window and unlocking the door. Air Date : 15th-Oct-1987 Robby plays around some barrels near some ruins, when he sees a barrel that is half covered with planks, like a sledge. Pingu sticks his tongue at her, and resumes playing music with it again this time holding it from one side and bouncing it up and down like a yo-yo. Pingu manages to cross by swinging on a rope, which comes off as he gets to the other side. Pingo and Pingg protest to tell Pingu to go get it back so he begs for it back.
They go to Grandpa's house, but Pinga blocks the door so Pingu can't get out. Mother lectures them and tells them to be quiet, but they pretend to cook something in a pot and the lid falls off. Pingu then starts playing awful music hysterically with it, and Mother tells him to stop. Pingg points to the blackboard telling him why it isn't funny. Robbie dons the backpack, Pingu is amused. Father blows up the ball again while Mother puts a plaster on Pingu's head. He then lassoes the ropes onto a small stalagmite next to Pingo, and tells Pingo to hang onto it and shuffle across the chasm, with Pingu holding onto the rope on the other side.
Pingu then starts playing awful music hysterically with it, and Mother tells him to stop. When they meet, they head up at the spot how they will use blocks of ice to build an igloo, however, they cannot agree on where to build one, get into a fight, and go off to build their own separate igloos. Pingu and Pingo look everywhere for her, and finally find footprints and her scarf at the edge of a deep pit. They are afraid that they are angry at him, but they are not, and they forgive Pingu and Pinga. The grouchy neighbor starts yapping at them. They are not, however, and mother hugs him. Suddenly a huge walrus terrifies him and when he dreams he has fallen down a slope in an attempt to get away he is very relieved to find himself at home tangled up in his sheets.
When they meet up, Pingu and Pingo start playing leap-frog and Pinga really wants to join in. Pingu looks at Pinga, who notices that she is in bed. Finally, Mother has had enough and sends Pingu outside, Pinga, who liked Pingu's playing, is annoyed and starts crying. She starts to cry and is comforted and given attention by mother, who continues to apparently ignore Pingu. Then Pinga turns on the bathtub and adds bubble bath to the bath water as Pingu jumps into the bathtub and play messily and then they tip over leaving a mess on the floor. When she stops coming to their demands though Pinga made one , they go out to find their exasperated mother asleep.