Round the twist Series 2 - Volume 4

Australia, 1992

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Five more exciting episodes of life with the Twist family in their lighthouse home. 1.”Next Time Around” - Linda hypnotises Peter, so every time someone says “now”, Peter behaves like a chicken. Pete is soon in serious trouble when Linda can’t undo the hypnosis. 2.”Copy Cat” - Bronson finds an ancient Mongolian cat hat and Linda takes advantage of its magical qualities to win the Birdman competition. 3. “Little Squirt” - Bronson is the humiliated loser in the school peeing competition, but a magic water spirit helps him prove he is no “little squirt”. 4.”Pink Bow Tie” - When Peter, Gribble, Rabbit and Tiger witness an “age-rager” in use, the result does not impress their school principal. 5.”Nails” - When a new boy, who never removes his gloves, comes to school, Linda earns his trust and learns his secret. Based on the stories by Paul Jennings.

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