Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto!

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Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto! used to be one of the preschool television programs included on Cartoon Network's Tickle-U.

Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto! was a 52-episode animated television series, produced by Collingwood O'Hare and HIT Entertainment, aired from 2003 to 2005, and was part of Cartoon Network's Tickle-U preschool television programming block in the United States. It is about a bird of paradise named Yoko, an armadillo named Jakamoko, and a monkey named Toto who communicate only by use of each other's names. An animated short film from the series made its American debut in 2003 as part of the New York International Children's Film Festival. It was also seen on CITV on ITV1 in the UK from 4 January 2003 to 30 April 2005. Since 2009 the show can be seen in the UK on the BBC's children's channel Cbeebies.

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Twenty-six two-segmented episodes were produced. Every episode title started with "The," much like the episodes of The Amazing World of Gumball and Wander Over Yonder.

  1. "The Special Thing" / "The Scary Monster (4 January 2003)
  2. "The Waterhole" / "The Patient" (11 January 2003)
  3. "The Whale" / "The Night" (18 January 2003)
  4. "The Shell" / "The Very Sticky Thing" (25 January 2003)
  5. "The Fly" / The Egg" (2 February 2003)
  6. "The Bip" / "The Visit" (9 February 2003)
  7. "The Naughty Noise" / "The New Best Friend" (16 February 2003)
  8. "The Girlfriend" / "The Cave" (23 February 2003)
  9. "The Other Side" / "The Longest Day" (6 March 2003)
  10. "The Lesson" / "The Song" (13 March 2003)
  11. "The Meal" / "The Windy Day" (20 March 2003)
  12. "The Hiccups" / "The Copycat" (27 March 2003)
  13. "The New King" / "The Other Monkey" (4 April 2003)
  14. "The Nightmare" / "The Oyster" (7 April 2003)
  15. "The Smell" / "The Babysitters" (11 April 2003)
  16. "The Seeds" / "The Traveller" (18 April 2003)
  17. "The Hole" / "The Rival" (25 April 2003)
  18. "The Island" / "The Voice" (1 May 2004)
  19. "The Beetle" / "The Coconut" (8 May 2004)
  20. "The Puzzle" / "The Late Night" (15 May 2004)
  21. "The Sand" / "The Leaf" (18 May 2004)
  22. "The Dreamers" / "The Migration" (22 May 2004)
  23. "The Tallest" / "The Snow" (29 May 2004)
  24. "The Log" / "The Contest" (2 April 2005)
  25. "The Meerkats" / "The Mango" (9 April 2005)
  26. "The Bad Word" / "The In-Crowd" (16 April 2005)
  27. "The Butterfly" / "The Dance" (23 April 2005)
  28. "The Chicken" / "The Show" (30 April 2005)

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