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|Also known as||Bravo Gudule|
by Fanny Joly
|Developed by||Def2 Shoot|
|Directed by||Philippe Vidal
Jessie Thompson (Voice Director)
|Voices of||see below (casting by Forrest & Forrest Casting)|
|Narrated by||Hannah Endicott Douglas|
|Theme music composer||Lenz Entertainment
Tajja Isen (singing)
|Opening theme||"Miss BG" Theme|
|Ending theme||We got the move|
|Country of origin||Canada
|Original language(s)||English, French|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||52 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Celine Limorato (Executive Producer for France 5)
Patricia Ellingson (Executive Producer for TVO)
Annick Snell (Executive Producer for TFO)
Kirsten Scollie (Supervising Producer)
Steven Hecht (Co-executive Producer)
Serge Canaud (Line Producer)
Susie Grondin (Line Producer)
Stephanie Betts (Co-Producer)
Richard Segal (Music Editor, Sound Effects Editor)
Lucy McCrorie (Sound Effects Editor)
Sheila Murray (Dialogue Editor)
|Running time||27 minutes|
Panorama (Closed Captioning)
|Picture format||Digital Betacam, PAL|
|Original release||September 6, 2005 – July 18, 2008|
|Breakthrough Animation Inc.||www
Miss BG (short for Big Girl), is a 3-D animated series based on the "Gudule" French children's book series published by Hachette-Jeunesse, authored by Fanny Joly and illustrated by Roser Capdevila. The original English version was later dubbed in French under the retitle Bravo Gudule.
It is a joint Canadian/French production and is distributed by Breakthrough Animation. Fifty-two 30-minute episodes (each having 2 stories, also aired separately as 104 episodes of 15 minutes) have been produced to date. The developers also described it as having two seasons each having fifty-two thirteen-minute episodes with two twenty-six minute specials and twenty-four two-minute fillers.
"BG" stands for "Bella Gloria" and her surname is Baxter. The main character of the series, Miss BG, is an 8-year-old girl according to Breakthrough Animation. Her brother George has a very active personality and dotes on his pet hamster Albert.
BG is an energetic girl who hangs out in a tree house with two friends, Gad and Alex. Gad's father, Mr. Mansour, owns the neighborhood market while Alex's older brother Robbie is a teenager who often lends a hand when the children need the aid of an older person,[when?] escorts them to and from school[when?] plus generally chaperones them when they are out and about.[when?]
Other characters in the series include Brittany-Ann, a wealthy rival of BG, Kayla, Brittany-Ann's best friend, Billy, a boastful, athletic 9-year-old boy who is also Brittany-Ann's friend and crush, Terry, a teenage girl who babysits Miss BG and George, Alice, her aunt, and Ouma, Gad's grandmother who lives with his family.
The series currently[when?] airs on TV Ontario (as part of the TVO Kids lineup) in Canada, Smile of a Child TV in the United States, Cartoonito in the UK, ABC1 in Australia, Barnkanalen in Sweden and RTÉ Two's The Den in Ireland.
- BG (French: Gudule) is 7 and later 8 years old. BG is curious about everything around her and plunges head-on into adventures and escapades. She's a natural leader amongst her friends, even though she can be slightly bossy at times. She's also a bit of a tomboy, and loves to hang out with her best friends Gad and Alex in their tree house. BG is protective of her little brother George, but can lose patience with him too; especially when he insists on playing with her and her "grownup" friends all the time.
- George (French: Gaston) is BG's adorable younger brother. George looks up to his older sister and always wants to play with her and her friends, especially in the tree house. George tries to be like BG at times, copying her words and actions, and her approval is very important to him. Sensitive and sweet-natured, George is less self-confident than BG, but his insights into people and situations can sometimes be surprising. He is 3 and later 4 years old, and watches a TV program called "Fishy the Fish".
- Dad (French: Papa) is named Jeffrey Baxter Good-natured and easygoing, Dad is the local vet. He's aware that BG has him wrapped around her finger. He usually says "yes" to anything while watching TV and on the rare occasion when he says "no," a few tears will work wonders. Still, Dad has his breaking point, and when he makes up his mind, no one can change it.
- Mum (French: Maman) aka Charlotte is mother of BG and George who works from the house as a freelance journalist who writes articles. She is always busy trying to juggle her career while looking after her family and her younger sister. She's warm, sympathetic and more understanding of her daughter than BG realizes, but she is tough. She doesn't lose her temper very often, but when she does, even BG runs for cover.
- Aunt Alice: Aunt Alice is Charlotte's (younger?) sister. She spends a lot of time at BG's house and loves to spend time with BG and George and do projects with them when their parents are out. She's BG's favorite babysitter.
- Brittany Ann (French: Marie-Aglae) is BG's wealthy next-door neighbor - and sometimes nemesis or rival. Rich, spoiled, and pretty, Brittany-Ann thinks she's very special and loves to brag to BG and to her friends. She constantly competes for attention from the other kids. Underneath Brittany-Ann's spoiled persona, she hides a glimpse of insecurity. Her vain preoccupation with her looks is in marked contrast to BG's tomboyish approach to life.
- Alex (French: Bertrand) is one of BG's best friends. He has blond hair and wears a shirt with green and white stripes and wears glasses. He often hangs out with BG in the treehouse.
- Gad Mansour (French: Cheb) is (along with Alex) one of BG's best friends, but he's a little shy and quieter than both BG and Alex. But BG knows she can always count on him to help find a solution to any problem. Gad is a science whiz, loves studying and inventing things. He lives with his grandmother and father, who owns a local grocery store.
- Terri (French: Florence) babysits for BG and George when their aunt is not available. She's studying at college but she loves to spend time with the kids. She especially likes dancing with BG, who has learned a lot of steps from her. Terri also likes baking cakes for BG and George and especially loves it when they show her their drawings.
- Ouma Mansour (French: Djeda) is Gad's grandmother, who lives with him and his Dad. She takes care of all the housework and cooking for them, and she tends a vegetable garden behind the family grocery store. BG likes to seek Ouma out when she needs help.
- Billy (French: Paulo) is (at 9 or 10-years-old,) is the oldest in his and BG's class, and so he thinks the rest are all babies. Billy is great at skating and he likes to show off his skills to BG and all her friends. He also has a crush on Brittany-Ann. Billy is Kayla's brother.
- Kayla (French: Carla) is Billy's sister. She is also Brittany-Ann's best friend and she is often with her. She often does everything Brittany-Ann tells her to, much to BG's disdain.
- Titus is Kayla's female hamster who resembles George's hamster, Albert, and sometimes they can't tell them apart.
- Mr. Ahmed Mansour is Gad's father and Ouma's son.
- Robbie (French: Thomas) is Alex's older brother. He and Terri are often together.
- Mrs. Martin a math and science teacher who is also the homeroom teacher for BG, Gad, Alex, Brittany-Ann, Kayla & Billy.
- Mr. Tyrone Grant is the school principal who also teaches gym and occasionally substitutes for BG, Gad, Alex, Brittany-Ann, Kayla, and Billy. He has a dog named Mitzi. He also runs a toy drive in "Show and Tell".
- Ian is George's friend.
- Alex's dad the father of Alex and probably also Robbie.
- Miss BG: Hannah Endicott Douglas
- George: Nissae Isen
- Alex: Billy Rosemberg
- Gad: Cameron Ansell
- Brittany Ann: Rebecca Brenner
- Mom: Susan Roman
- Dad: Neil Crone
- Aunt Alice: Stephanie Morgenstern
- Terri: Leah Cudmore
- Robbie: Bill Houston
- Billy: Darcy Smith (season 1) and Jordan Devon (season 2)
- Kayla: Melanie Tonello
- Mr. Mansour: Juan Chioran
- Ouma: Dawn Greenhalgh
- Mr. Grant: Martin Roach
- Mrs. Martin: Catherine Disher
- Brittany Ann's mom: Laura de Carteret
- Ron Pardo - Captain Shimmer
- Robert Tinkler - Alex's Dad
- Robin Duke - Ian
- John Stocker - Mr. Otis
- Ron Rubin - TBA
- Tracey Moore - Malinda
||It has been suggested that this section be split out into another article titled List of Miss BG episodes. (Discuss) (November 2015)|
The series has 102 segments spread among 52 episodes, with 2 apiece.
Season 1 is 52 episodes 13 minutes each.
|Ep #||Episode Name||Synopsis||TVO debut date|
|1a||Miss BG Gets a Pet||When BG accidentally breaks George's sculpture, she blames it on George's hamster, Albert, but is dismayed when an angry George gives Albert "away" to BG.||8 October 2005|
|1b||Miss BG vs. the New Babysitter (aka "Miss BG vs. the Babysitter" on TV guides||BG tests out Terri, the new babysitter, but soon discovers that Terri has some very cool talents!||9 October 2005|
|2a||Neighbourhood Star||BG discovers Brittany-Ann has won a contest to be on BG's favourite cereal box.||15 October 2005|
|2b||Miss BG and the Snake||Dad brings home a snake from his vet clinic and warns BG not to touch it, but when Alex convinces her to take a peek, the snake escapes!|
|3a||Aunt Alice’s Birthday||It's Aunt Alice's birthday and BG's mom and dad are throwing her a party. Her parents are giving Alice a jewelled bracelet, which BG thinks is ugly. Her dad agrees to let BG wrap it up and so BG lets George hold on to it while she looks for wrapping paper. George plays with Albert using the bracelet and Albert gets stuck in it. Aunt Alice is about to come to the house!|
|3b||Miss BG Gets a Valentine||BG, Alex, Gad and George are playing soccer when they spot a Valentine's Day advertisement. BG hates Valentine's Day but when Brittany-Anne boats about her many cards, candy, and flowers, BG says that she gets many of them too. BG now needs to get a valentine so she thinks that wearing a skirt is the way. She puts on a pink dress and wears it in front of Alex and Gad and comments on ho nice it would be if her friends got her a big box of chocolates. The next morning she doesn't find anything and storms up to the treehouse, not wanting to play with her friends. Brittany arrives to mock BG but Brittany's mom only announces Valentine's from her grandmother. George then tells BG she has mail and it turns out she did get chocolates. After determining that Alex and Gad didn't send them, she asks Gad's father who he sold them to. After he relents it was an older boy, BG wonders if Robbie sent them. Mr. Mansour then specifies it wasn't, and that his name begins with B. BG offers to give the chocolates back to Billy, saying it wouldn't work out between them. He accuses her of stealing them, and gives them to Brittany. Returning home, George finally admits he took them because they were sitting on Brittany's steps all alone. After this is explained to Brittany, she admits she left them out there because she didn't like cheap corner-store chocolates, and lets George have them, who shares them with BG, Gad and Alex.|
|4a||Sleepover||Aunt Alice is spending the night and BG is excited about having a sleepover party with her - until BG learns she will be sharing a room with George instead.|
|4b||Hocus BG||When BG can't resist the urge to practise with some of Aunt Alice's magic equipment she becomes increasingly worried that she may have made George and Albert disappear for real!|
|5a||Party Contest||It's Halloween and BG's having a party! But when she doesn't invite Brittany-Ann, her nemesis decides to throw a party of her own.|
|5b||Alien Nightmares||BG disobeys her parents' orders and watches a scary movie on TV.|
|6a||Three New Little Brothers||BG and George revert to babyish behaviour|
|6b||A Bet’s a Bet||A desperate BG bets the toy robot Aunt Alice gave her and George - and loses!|
|7a||What a Team||BG's excited about the Neighbourhood Olympics, until she learns she has to be George's partner.|
|7b||Amnesia||After watching a medical show on TV, BG gets the idea to fake amnesia to get out of trouble.|
|8a||The Perch||When BG believes she is wrongfully accused of something George did, she decides to perch out in her tree house until she's proven innocent - until she discovers she really was guilty.|
|8b||Operation Albert||When Albert escapes under BG's supervision, she is desperate to find him before George discovers he's missing.|
|9a||Fortune Cookies||At a fundraising fair at school, a jealous BG makes fun of Brittany-Ann's cookies, which are the hit of the fair.|
|9b||Monkey Thief||When BG loses Alex's new video game, she pretends that it's been stolen by an escaped monkey.|
|10a||BG Feels Guilty||George and BG accidentally break a vase that Aunt Alice has given Mom, and they concoct a plan to fix it.|
|10b||Potted Plant||As a school assignment, the kids are given potted plants to care for. But BG neglects her plant in favour of skateboarding lessons.|
|11a||Magic Box||BG mistakenly opens Brittany-Ann's gift when it is accidentally delivered to her house in the mail, and she tries to wrap it back up before anyone finds out.|
|11b||Soap Box||BG and her friends decide to sell Dad's old soapbox racer in the neighbourhood garage sale.|
|12a||The Assignment||When BG and George believe that their favourite baby-sitter is moving to Australia, they attempt to make her change her mind by giving her the best baby-sitting experience in the world.|
|12b||The Painting||Dad is painting a portrait of Mom to auction off for an animal charity.|
|13a||My Dad 00BG||BG is on a mission! She's infiltrating her house to expose possible spies that may be lurking.|
|13b||My Cousin is a Star||BG wants to see her favorite pop star, Malinda! Unfortunately, BG's dad wasn't able to get tickets.|
|14a||Don’t Believe a Word Albert Says||When Brittany-Ann baby-sits Kayla's hamster, Titus, she plays a trick on the other kids which convinces them that Titus can do math.|
|14b||Dirty Papers||When BG tricks George into cleaning up the mess she's left in the living room, he may have accidentally thrown out one of Dad's important tax papers.||8 April 2006|
|15a||Secrets||BG and Alex have fun as reporters gathering "scoops" for the magazine they've started.|
|15b||George’s Party||BG is horrified when George invites Billy to his birthday party.||9 April 2006|
|16a||BG Goes To The Movies||BG lets the other kids believe that she has seen a scary grownup film at the local cinema, but then Brittany-Ann insists that BG prove it by telling everyone the plot.|
|16b||The Report Card||BG thinks her top mark for essay writing is a mistake and tries to prevent her parents from throwing a celebration party.|
|17a||Princess BG||BG wants to be a princess in a play but gets jealous when she realizes it is the witch that is the starring role which Brittany-Ann is playing.|
|17b||Lucky Wheels||BG finds a set of new skateboard wheels in the trash and becomes convinced that they will bring her luck at an upcoming skateboard competition. Then she gets lazy and stops practicing.|
|18a||Photo Album||BG scrambles to organize a photo shoot with Gad and Alex to replace an embarrassing baby picture of her that Mom is planning to print in a national magazine.|
|18b||TV Curfew||When BG's TV privileges are withdrawn for a week, she struggles to find other ways to amuse herself.|
|19a||Adopted Sister||Brittany-Ann starts competing with BG for George's affection, causing BG to realize how much she loves her little brother.|
|19b||Game Plan||BG gets a new board game and is eager to find opponents to play.|
|20a||Patience||BG persuades George to let her borrow a pair of roller blades that he has won by convincing him that she can help make his feet grow faster.|
|20b||George’s Security Blanket||When George won't give BG a movie ticket she wants, BG retaliates by hiding his security blanket in her toy hot air balloon ...|
|21a||Brittany-Ann’s Diary||BG finds Brittany-Ann's lost diary and believing that she is now privy to new insights, BG starts to be nice to her old rival. But all is not what it seems.|
|21b||Miss Mom||BG doesn't want to be treated like a kid. So when Mom gets sick, BG seizes the opportunity to take over Mom's chores to prove she can handle more responsibility.|
|22a||School Project||BG constructs an excellent paper bird for a school project. But when she tries to share her expertise with her best friends, it leads to misunderstandings and hard feelings.|
|22b||Last Card||BG is obsessed with a series of collectible trading cards.|
|23a||Perfect Girl||BG mounts a campaign to be the most perfect daughter in the world in order to get tickets to a pop concert from her parents.|
|23b||Like Peas In a Pod||To avoid being laughed at, BG invents an identical looking cousin to take the fall.|
|24a||Promises, Promises||BG makes too many promises and almost lets everyone down.|
|24b||Detective BG||A friend's pastries go missing and BG turns detective to find them.|
|25a||High Security Treehouse||After BG discovers their clubhouse has had an intruder, she goes overboard as she upgrades its security system.|
|25b||Dad’s Big Blunder||When Dad accidentally ruins BG's old rag doll, he assumes that BG is devastated and starts giving her special treats to make it up.|
|26a||Pick Me!||BG and Alex both want Gad to go with them to two different events happening on the same weekend. But Gad can't seem to make a decision and gets caught in the middle of a tug-of-war.|
|27a||Show n' Tell||After BG embarrasses herself by accidentally bringing her teddy bear to school, she rashly decides to throw it away - and quickly lives to regret it.|
|27b||Shooting Star||BG's defense of Kayla in front of Brittany-Ann makes Kayla BG's new best friend. But the new friendship threatens Alex and Bg's secret plan to assemble a telescope for Gad.|
|28a||Pocket Garden||BG and her friends learn that there's strength in numbers when they all compete to see who can make the best pocket garden.|
|28b||Hand and Foot||BG sprains her hand and foot in a soccer game and a guilty Gad and Alex wait on her hand and foot - long after BG has secretly recovered.|
|29a||Pool Party||BG persuades her parents to buy an inflatable swimming pool for their backyard, but her impatience causes a big splash.|
|29b||BG's Paranoia||BG thinks her friends are planning to exclude her from a party and decides a cutout figure is her new best friend.|
|30a||Height and Fright (alternately Height and Freight)||BG suddenly discovers she has vertigo.|
|30b||A Charming Hostess||BG is horrified when Brittany-Ann must spend the night at her house.|
|31a||Mom's Vacation||BG wants her mom to bake a clafoutis so that she - BG - can win a cake contest.|
|31b||BG's Audition||BG drops Gad and Alex because she is determined to win a dance contest.|
|32a||Not a Word||BG takes a vow of silence for three days when Brittany-Ann accuses her of talking too much and wanting to be the centre of attention. She makes an interesting discovery when she forfeits her speaking role in the school play and plays a tree.|
|32b||Bump in the Night||BG plays a trick to scare Gad and Alex with a mechanical monster. But she ends up scaring Ouma too.|
|33a||The Pants||Aunt Alice finds an old pair of her beloved childhood pants and gives them to Bg. Bg takes them, even though they are not her style. But when other kids make fun of the garish pants, Bg gives them away to a charity sale. But Bg must quickly get
them back, when Aunt Alice turns up unexpectedly at the neighbourhood picnic. With a little help from Aunt Alice BG learns that style is individual.
|33b||BG's Mysterious Past||BG thinks her real parents are royalty! She lets her new 'princess' status go to her head, but ends up missing her real friends and family, even before she realizes she's not a princess.|
|34a||Class Representative||BG uses her role as class helper to snoop, and ends up accidentally ruining Brittany-Ann's science project, a volcano.|
|34b||Share and Share Alike||BG, Gad and Alex are supposed to share a special prize they won together.|
|35a||Snow Day||BG promises George she'll help him make a snowman. But Brittany-Ann makes a bigger, more impressive snowman.|
|35b||Snow Sculpture||When BG is teamed up with Billy for a school project to design an original snow sculpture, she is convinced he will bully her into doing it the way HE wants.|
|36a||Holiday Tree House||At Christmas time, Brittany-Ann's Mom convinces the City to cut down the tree house and put up a tennis court. Horrified Bg and her friends try to sell Brittany-Ann on the idea of keeping the tree house by inviting her up to play with them, so that she will convince her Mom to save it. But the plan backfires, until Bg learns that the unexpected support of a community on Christmas Eve can save the tree.|
|36b||Best Christmas Ever||BG fights to keep Alex in town for an important hockey game on Christmas Eve when he finds out he must leave for his Dad's house early and miss the game. Bg learns that being a divorced kid can be difficult over the holidays.|
|37a||My Fair BG||Favors are exchanged to maintain a soccer team and a fashion show while siblings Kayla and Billy travel with their father. When BG and the boys agree to be models in Brittany-Ann's fashion show, BG is horrified to find she actually likes it.||6 March 2008|
|37b||Dad's Birthday||BG tries to make a special surprise dish for Dad's birthday, but gets so busy with it, Dad begins to think she doesn't want to spend time with him.||12 March 2008|
|38a||IQ||When BG takes an IQ test, the results reveal she's a genius, and the idea of being a "big brain" goes to her head.|
|38b||George's Allergy||George suddenly starts sneezing every time is he around BG, who fears that he has grown allergic to her and is on a mission to find out why.|
|39a||Picture Perfect||BG wants to take the "perfect" family photo, so she agrees to follow Brittany-Ann's advice.|
|39b||George's Painting||BG mistakenly hands in one of George's paintings as her own work for a class project. Then the teacher wants to exhibit it in public.|
|40a||Gift Swap||When Brittany-Ann comes down with a stomachache, after BG unwittingly gives hamster food, BG thinks she's poisoned her and does everything she can to make amends.||October 9, 2007|
|40b||Favourite Aunt||Aunt Alice gets a job at Mr. Mansours' store, and BG thinks she'll have lots of time to play with her.||October 10, 2007|
|41a||A Pet Is Not a Toy||BG warns George not to treat Albert the way Brittany-Ann is treating her new poodle - like a toy. But then George stops playing with Albert altogether.|
|41b||Night with Ouma||When Ouma volunteers to babysit BG and George, Gad worries that Ouma will show BG his embarrassing baby pictures.|
|42a||Teacher's Pet||BG feels "weird" when her parents strike up a friendship with Mr. Grant, her gym teacher and principal. But, the situation only gets worse when he substitutes for her usual teacher.|
|42b||Boys and Girls||Billy's boys only sleepover in the clubhouse, inspires BG's girls only sleepover in a tent.|
|43a||Mother's Day||BG's class plans to throw a Mother's Day party to read their poems, but BG is worried that Gad is upset because he doesn't know his mother.|
|43b||Crystal Ball||Desperate to figure out what Alex and Gad are up to when they start doing things without her, BG tries to get them to 'fess up by using a "crystal ball" to convince them she's got psychic powers.|
|44a||Doctor BG||While her veterinarian dad is away, BG and her friends find an injured bird.|
|44b||Fishing Trip||BG is thrilled to be included on one of her Dad's fishing trips. But her delight is spoiled by the last-minute addition of George to the party.|
|45a||The Creature||BG convinces Dad to let her and her friends go camping with him in the hopes they can secretly capture a photo of a mysterious forest creature, or so they think.|
|45b||All About BG||To her great thrill, BG and her family are the subjects of a documentary Terri is doing for school. But things go wrong when BG starts letting 'fame' go to her head.|
|46a||Jumping to Conclusions||BG doesn't study, and isn't prepared to win a camping badge she desperately wants. When she and Brittany-Ann cheat, BG realizes that it's better to pay attention and work for what you want.|
|46b||Forest Badge||When BG mistakenly thinks Gad is moving, she and Alex are forced to go to great lengths to stop it from happening. Embarrassing herself at a supposed farewell dinner, BG finds out she is mistaken, learning the folly of jumping to conclusions.|
|47a||Piano Lessons||When Brittany-Ann’s Mom overhears Bg’s Dad playing Chopin on the piano, she mistakenly thinks it is Bg playing. Bg is too embarrassed to tell her the truth, that she is just learning to play, and gets caught up in a game of deception when she agrees
to play a difficult duet with BA. Bg learns that there is no shame in being a beginner at a new skill – all it takes is hard work and commitment.
|47b||Oh Brother||BG fears George is Mom's favourite kid, so she starts competing with him for Dad's affection before learning her parents love both their children equally.|
|48a||Alex's Glasses||When BG accidentally breaks Alex's glasses just before a school outing to a dinosaur park, she tries to make amends by giving him a fake pair to wear so that Mr. Grant won't keep Alex home. But Alex is so near-sighted that he gets into big trouble on the trip, and BG learns that it is better to admit a mistake right away, rather than try to hide it.|
|48b||Mommy's Girl||When BG's Mom and Brittany-Ann's Mom accompany the kids on a school trip to a wilderness reserve, BG and Brittany-Ann compete to see who's got the coolest mom. But BG's attempts to show off how cool her Mom is keep getting wrecked by George. BG tries to keep George away from Mom but ends up thinking she lost him in the forest and when BG and Brittany-Ann go looking for him they end up lost! BG learns that being cool isn't always the most important thing.|
|49a||Super Secretary||Mom is sick in bed with the flu, but she has an important deadline at work. BG quickly volunteers to help, but when Aunt Alice arrives, BG has some unwanted competition as Mom's "super secretary".|
|49b||Ants and Trouble||Inspired by Dad, BG sets out to be a great animal rescuer. Her first mission- to save an anthill from Ouma's garden, even if it means transporting the ants to her bedroom! Meanwhile, Mom's cartons of eggs keep disappearing mysteriously. It doesn't take long for Mom and Dad to realize something's up when the house is covered in ants and the eggs are nowhere to be found.|
|50a||Broken Telephone||When BG learns that her Mom's taking a short business trip to Africa, she uses the exciting news as an excuse for not doing her homework. The ruse backfires when her slightly exaggerated version of the trip passes from person to person and gets blown way out of proportion! BG needs to fix the 'broken telephone' and set things right.|
|50b||Luckie Scrunchie||When Terri chooses BG, Brittany-Ann and Kayla for a television interview about "Girls Of Today", the latter two think BG looks too childish for such a mature interview. BG gets rid of her hair scrunchies in favor of a Brittany-Ann approved outfit. With a little help from Terri, who loves wearing scrunchies BG learns she's the most mature just being herself.|
|51a||Trendiest Trend||Yobi-Bobo cards become the latest trend at school and BG trades her (and George's)marbles to get her hands on some. But when a new trend becomes more popular, BG is not sure what to do. Gad and Alex help her realize it's more important to do what you like, not follow the latest trend.|
|51b||A Friend for George||Mom suggests that BG let George play with her and her friends while they build their Karpla design for a competition, BG quickly convinces Mom that it would be better for George to invite a friend over. BG thinks the two friends will keep each other entertained, and away from her plans with Gad and Alex. BG quickly learns that babysitting TWO kids is a lot more work than she thought, especially with a fragile Karpla design to protect!|
|52a||Community Spirit||BG and her friends put their community spirit to the test when they compete for a chance to paint a mural on the community centre wall, that they all must agree on.||12 November 2007|
|52b||Neighbourhood Fair||BG learns that helping out can be as important as winning when she agrees to help Dad with the neighbourhood street fair, and gets so busy helping everyone with their displays, she doesn't have time for her own.|
ASK BG shorts
Miss BG Vignette episodes are 2-minute “Lessons” or “Tips” given to the audience by BG. These ‘tips’ are always factually correct and have underlying social development themes; the humour lies in how BG executes them. As we know with BG, things never go exactly the way she plans. BG will speak directly to camera, addressing the audience. Her TV lessons will interact with a future website, which kids can then access to receive further info.
|Ep #||Episode Name||Synopsis|
|1||Doggy Duty||BG and George do a trial run of caring for Doodlebug, BA's Dog. BG and George show us what dogs need most –love.|
|2||The Perfect Present||BG and George help Brittany-Ann find the perfect present for her Mom. Together, the kids learn that the best presents are homemade.|
|3||Better Than You||BG and Brittany-Ann duel over who can do things better than who. This light hearted song has the girls feuding over everything from who’s faster, to who jumps further, to who can sing louder than who; just an average day for these two competitors.|
|4||Handle With Care||BG shows her friends how to look after and respect other people’s things.|
|5||Energy Saver||BG gives George tips on saving energy around the house - but soon learns that you have to consult your family first!|
|6||Team Spirit||Kayla doesn’t think she is good at soccer so BG offers her expertise. BG takes time to show Kayla some soccer tips, and in the process learns that having good sportsmanship is more important than winning.|
|7||Bedtime||BG tries to help George stay up past his bedtime to watch a Belinda concert on TV. Together, BG and George learn that honesty is the best policy.|
|8||Showtime||BG shows George and his friend Ian how to behave at the movies. However, when BG gets carried away, Terri has to remind her how to behave.|
|9||Skater Kidz||BG shows Aunt Alice all the beginners’ tips for Skateboarding while Billy shows off his skills. BG covers all the important safety tips. Together, they learn that safety and having fun are the most important parts of Skateboarding.|
|10||Super Smoothie||BG helps Alice to get George to eat his fruit by making her favorite snack - her "Super Smoothie". Through a fun song, George learns that smoothies are healthy, fun, and tasty!|
|11||Spic and Span||Gad seeks BG & Alex's help. They rush over and see his room is a complete mess. They begin cleaning without talking to Gad. After putting everything away, they soon found out that Gad had all these things out to give to charity!|
|12||Waste Not||BG shows Gad, her mom and Brittany-Ann what you can do with reused shopping bags, jars, cans. BG shows us that someone's waste might just be someone else's treasure.|
|13||Dress It Up||BG tries to show George how to decorate his room to make it cool. In the end, BG has gone a little overboard and George doesn’t even recognize his room! BG and George learn that the real cool thing is to just be you.|
|14||Star Student||BG shows Billy how to be a great student. But wait, she gave Mr. Grant the wrong assignment. Through her tips, she learns that being a good student is paying attention to everything.|
|15||Friends Forever||BG shows Gad and Alex how to make up, after having a falling-out. The two best friends soon realize that apologizing and being nice can help good friends’ make-up.|
|16||Ex-Ex Exercrise||BG and Brittany-Ann do their exercises only to discover that dancing with friends counts as exercise too. With a great song and dance, the girls show us that exercise can be fun.|
|17||Camp Day||BG gives Brittany-Ann tips for the perfect family outing. Brittany-Ann learns that you have to be prepared to improvise and the most important thing about a Camping trip is having fun with your friends and family.|
|18||Step by Step||BG helps George build a model plane and leans that it's important to follow directions carefully and not rush new projects.|
|19||Flu Fighter||Brittany-Ann is afraid of getting sick. BG and George show her all the ways to stay healthy and to prevent getting sick.|
|20||Party Manners||Billy learns how to behave himself at Brittany-Ann's surprise. After BG makes a mess and talks with her mouth full, she starts to realize that she should follow her own tips!|
|21||Doggy Duty||BG and George do a trial run of caring for Doodlebug, BA's Dog. BG and George show us what dogs need most –love.|
|22||Hamster in my Hair||Miss BG’s little brother, George, takes us on a musical journey of friendship with a little help from his hamster and best friend, Albert. From George’s point of view we hear his struggles of being small, but the ability to overcome them when you’ve got a best friend, who’s always there.|
|23||Sleepover Party||BG plans a sleep-over party. She shows us all the important things to plan for a sleep-over. But she forgot the most important step - get permission from Mom and Dad before inviting all your friends!!|
|24||Christmas Tree||BG’s family decorates their Christmas Tree together, safely, in anticipation of Santa Clause’s arrival.|
- "Miss BG Technical Informations". Ellipsanime.Com. Archived from the original on 31 July 2010.
Copyright : 2004 Ellipsanime / Miss BG Production Inc / Def2Shoot .. Production Year : 2005 - 2006
- "Ellipsanime Productions".
Ellipsanime a constitué, depuis 1987, un des catalogues d’animation les plus riches et les plus homogènes du marché, en développant des adaptations de personnages classiques de la littérature : Les Aventures de Tintin, Babar, Corto Maltese, Bécassine, Drôles de petites bêtes, Bravo Gudule...
- "Miss BG Season 1". Archived from the original on 28 May 2011.
- "Miss BG". Telefilm Canada.
"Miss BG" stands for Miss Big Girl, the heroine of our series, and quite a character she is. Impertinent and more than a little precocious, seven-year-old Miss BG speaks her mind and most of the time doesn't stop to think. She can be awfully sincere and sometimes sincerely awful
- "Bravo Gudule - : Sorcières et princesses".
- "Bravo Gudule". DreamWall.Be. (also at http://www.dreamwall.be/fr/projets/bravo-gudule)
- "Breakthrough press release". Retrieved 13 January 2008.
- Ball, Ryan (14 September 2006). "Breakthrough Takes Betty, Miss BG, Flamingo Multi-Platform". AnimationMagazine.Net.
Miss BG is adapted from the acclaimed Gudule & les B’b's book series published in France by Hachette-Jeunesse and authored by Fanny Joly and illustrated by Roser Capdevilla. The 52×30 series is a co-production between Ellipsanime, Breakthrough Animation, TVO, TFO (Canada) and France 5. Aimed at kids 5-8, the 3-D animated show revolves around a precocious eight year-old girl who sees it as her mission to teach her young brother George the ways of the world.
- "TVO Kids profile".
Miss BG likes to teach her 4 year old brother George about the world and hang out in a tree house with her friends Gad and Alex. Miss BG is an energetic girl who likes to learn by doing
- "TVO Parents profile".
- "Cartoonito profile".
- "2008 broadcast on ABC1".
- Alice, Aunt. "The Pants". Miss BG.
Grandma made these for me when I was eight years old, same age as you BG.
- BG. "Dirty Papers". Miss BG.
I felt guilty taking advantage of a three-year-old(narration after tricking George into doing her chores)
- George. "My Fair BG". Miss BG.
Albert wants to be a model too. Go on Albie, follow BG.
- Mom. "Dad's Birthday". Miss BG. 7 minutes in.
Oh, Jeffrey, you're home.
- Kayla. "Three New Little Brothers". Miss BG. 0 minutes in.
Dr. Baxter, I need your help.
- "Picture Perfect". Miss BG.
I have to do a quick rewrite on my article.
- Brittany. "A Pet is Not a Toy". Miss BG.
Okay Doodlebug, jump in the handbag. Smile for the camera Doodles.
- Kayla, Carla (6 March 2008). "My Fair BG". Miss BG.
Billy and I are spending this weekend with our dad!
- Mansour, Gad. "Favourite Aunt". Miss BG. 9 minutes in.
Four tickets for tomorrow's lecture: The History of Algebra from it's Invention to the Modern Day, by Mr. Ahmed Mansour
- "Miss BG vs New Babysitters on TVO". Archived from the original on March 20, 2016.
- "Miss BG vs. the Babysitter".
BG tries to outsmart her babysitter. Original air date: 09-OCT-05
- "February 14: TVO 209 - 12:30 PM Miss BG". MyBell.Bell.Ca. Retrieved 14 February 2016. (Subscription required (. ))
"Gift Swap" - BG unwittingly gives a recycled gift to Brittany-Ann. Original air date: 09-OCT-07
- "February 21: TVO 209 - 12:30 PM Miss BG". MyBell.Bell.Ca. Retrieved 14 February 2016. (Subscription required (. ))
"Favorite Aunt" - When Aunt Alice gets a job at Mr. Mansour's store, BG thinks she'll have time to play with her. Original air date: 10-OCT-07