The Fixies ★ The Bee Plus More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Videos For Kids

The Fixies ★ The Bee Plus More Full Episodes ★ Fixies English | Videos For Kids


Can you believe that Fixies are
Such itty-bitty creatures? Even when they’re magnified
It’s hard to see their features. They’re tiny, infinitesimal,
So small it makes you doubt. But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Screws Hey! Tom Thomas! What are you thinking about? Huh? For school I have to write an essay
“My Very Best Friend”. I don’t know. Who should I write about? What do you mean who? Aren’t I your closest friend? Of course! How could I forget to write about you?! And you can keep forgetting! That’s our secret, right? Don’t you remember
the promise you made when we met? Sure, how could I forget. What’s wrong with Chewsocka today? Chewsocka! Why are these screws
bothering you so badly? What’s with you? Leave them alone already! Will you just calm down! You’re gonna destroy my plane! Let’s get out of here! What’s going on?! What’s going on?! Hey! If you don’t turn back again I’m not letting you go. Oh, please, don’t be afraid. I’m not gonna hurt you two. I’ll just ask you one question and let you go. Nolik! We can’t! Don’t worry about it. Quit your staring! Ask your question, boy! No way! You can talk! Just… Just tell me who are you? Fixies! That’s all, we answered. Now you… let us out! Wait! But what’s it mean that you’re Fixies? That’s already question number two. You promised to let us out didn’t you? I’m sorry. You can leave now. Simka, it’s fine. I can see from his look that we can trust him. Alright, we’ll tell him. You gotta swear that you don’t tell anyone else. I swear it! Fixies – we’re the little people that live inside of machines
and appliances and take care of them: fixing them, cleaning them and oiling them. Humans never suspect us. They think if something breaks
and then suddenly starts working again, that it happened all by itself. Well nothing happens by itself! It happens because we, the Fixies, are living inside! Yes, without the Fixies, humans would have
so many more problems with their machines! That’s awesome! And so, what are your names? That’s already question number three! You can call me Nolik, and her name is Simka! And my name is Tom Thomas.
Will you come back over? Oh well. I was this close to becoming the first kid
in the whole world who made friends with the Fixies. I thought you guys would never come back over. And we didn’t plan on coming back. But then we thought it would be really great
to be the only Fixies in the whole world who are friends with the only kid in the whole world who is friends with the Fixies! And who has told no one about us! The Fixies do everything they can do
to hide from humans. They are afraid that if humans discovered Fixies, they would hunt them down and capture them, and start keeping them in cages just like pets. And worse than that, they would take them into their laboratories
and start examining them under microscopes! Even conducting scientific experiments on them! Or suppose that humans thought
we’d do all their work for them and so they decided that they didn’t have to
take care of their appliances any longer. Well then, let me tell you this. If humans decided that they didn’t have to
clean or fix their own appliances, then not even the Fixies will be able
to stop them from breaking no matter what they do. That’s why the Fixies
are very smart to hide from humans. OK then, I’ll write about someone else. I have… the very… best friend… ever. Period. When something’s broken, he repairs it. He’s the one and only No.. The one and only Nolan! Fixies go to Fixie schools
And study to be masters. There’s so much they need to learn
To save us from disasters! There isn’t one appliance
That they don’t know about, But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Ecotester Are you ready to see my new invention? I just can’t wait to show you what it does. Cool! What is it? An ecotester! And what is it for? This device let’s you check vegetables or fruit, so you’ll know if they’re safe to eat. To grow apples, tomatoes, or melons faster and bigger, people add chemical fertilizers to the soil. But there’s a problem
if too much of these chemical fertilizers is used. When there’s too much of them, the harmful chemicals
get inside the fruits and vegetables, and that makes them very dangerous to eat. An ecotester is a special device that quickly shows
how much of these harmful chemicals have gotten inside of the food. And if the reading is too high,
that means you shouldn’t eat it. As you can see,
the ecotester shows that this apple is good. Well, let’s see. Look. This one is safe too. It’s so not interesting this way. These apples are all safe! Now let me take this delicious apple and… make it bad. We will inject this apple with a harmful amount of nitrates. How come? What do you mean how come?
So we can see how the ecotester works. Woah! Uh-huh! So you see, the ecotester clearly shows this apple is poisoneous and can’t be eaten! Is it only for apples or any kind of fruit? Any fruit or vegetable. I can get a watermelon to show you! Could it really be true
that watermelons can have nitrates too? Of course they can have nitrates. Humans often act without any concern for nature. The waste from factories, airplanes, cars,
and cities causes tremendous damage to nature. Species of plants and animals disappear; air, water and soil become polluted; and many other kinds of ecological problems appear. And human’s shouldn’t think
that ecological problems are just nature’s problems, because when humans harm nature,
they are also harming themselves! People breath in the dirty air, drink polluted water, and eat food grown in soil
contaminated with chemicals. If humans don’t want to drink milk filled with poisons, and they want to eat
ecologically clean fruits and veggies, then they must learn to treat nature as their friend. Why don’t we… test these apples ourselves! Nolik, help me out! It rolled away! I don’t care! That apple is poisoned with nitrates. Oh, apples! Elisa! Don’t eat that! Lisa! Lisa! Elisa! Stop! Please sit down. What? You bit into it? Yes and what? Oh no! It’s poisoned! What? Do you have trouble talking? Oh, yeah. You feel faint? Oh, I’m fainting. Elisa! Hang in there! There’s no poison in that apple she ate. Oh, my assistant! Oh no! I’ve poisoned her! Elisa, please! There was no poison in that apple! Oh, no. He didn’t hear us! What should I do? I know how to make him hear! Hello! It’s an emergency! It’s a case of poisoning! Not me. I poisoned someone! Yes! With an apple! Fire! I mean, poison! Professor, this apple has no poison in it. The bad one rolled away onto the floor! Did it really? This is just fantastic news! Can you see me, Elisa? I can’t see anything! How’s that? I see you! I can see you! – I can see again!
– I have great news! There’s no poison at all in this apple! – Are you sure?
– It’s perfectly fine! Here, take a look. The ecotester shows
that there are no harmful chemicals inside. It’s wonderful news! This is one excellent apple! And nutritious! This appliance of yours is simply wonderful! Now she’ll say he’s a genius. Professor, you are a genius! Thank you for saving my life! It was nothing! Actually, it was Nolik. He saved her life. I did? Dropping the watermelon was your idea, wasn’t it? Ah, you’re right! I saved her life! Can you believe that Fixies are
Such itty-bitty creatures? Even when they’re magnified
It’s hard to see their features. They’re tiny, infinitesimal,
So small it makes you doubt. But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Video Call Turn on the camera right away. It’s me – Simka. Just as I expected! Nolik, why aren’t you in school? – School? It started?
– No, but you’ll be late if you don’t hurry! I’m on my way! Simka, is that really your Fixie school? Well, actually, it’s the laboratory
where Professor Eugenius works at. He let’s us have our school here. Who’s that, Simka? Look! Is that the professor? Where? Oh, come on, Tom Thomas! That’s the manipulator! Who? Not who, what. It’s a mechanical arm. For real?! Please show me some of the other things you’ve got! But how can I show you? Come on, with the camera! Computers and tablets are able
to connect with one another through the Internet. That’s why you can talk to another person
on your computer like you’re talking on the phone. And if the computer has a video camera, then it’s possible to send not only sound
through the Internet but video as well. That’s why it’s called a video call. With video calls, it’s possible to talk to your friends, to see them, and to show them
all the things you can see yourself. Alright, take a look. Over here we have… chemistry equipment. And over here… Hey, Tom Thomas! It’s good to see you! Wow! You flew there so fast! Nolik, get out of the way! You’re blocking the view of the lab. I am not blocking the view! Stop it! Go away! You go away! Tom Thomas, what are you watching? Uh… Is it time to turn into screws? Too late. He already spotted us. It’s just a cartoon about these funny little guys. Can I watch with you? Nah, it’s boring, Dad. And I’ve already seen it. Next, that blue guy, he starts jumping. Watch. Now what? I say run. Start jumping! Make it cartoony. And now that red-headed character will sing. Watch! La-la-la-la. La-la-la-la… Then she starts dancing. These guys really are funny. Are here are the super fast moves. That was funny! I gotta get going. That’s all, you can rest. My dad went out! I’ll get you, Tom Thomas! What are you doing over there? Watching a movie. But why on my computer? Sorry, Professor! Yeah. Will you forgive us? So how is it? Any good? Uh-huh! It’s a super funny one! Really? Yeah. You see that boy there? He’s gonna start
waving his arms around like a maniac! He also crows like a chicken. Cock a doodle doo! And now the boy’s gonna go and… and chew paper! I can’t do this all at once! A movie? That’s what we’re watching here, right? People have always been interested in seeing
what’s going on outside of where they are. And with the invention of video transmission, it’s now possible to see
what’s going on almost anywhere. Now, without leaving your home, you can see what’s happening on another street
or even in some far corner of the world. With the help of video calls doctors can help
their colleagues perform complicated surgeries. Teachers give lessons by video, and scientists can take part in videoconferences. With video you can watch
a live theater performance in other country. And even in outerspace an astronaut can feel
right at home just chatting away with friends and family. And it’s not just for astronauts either! Now almost every tablet and phone
here on earth has video in it! Introducing – Tom Thomas! Nice to meet you there, Son! And I’m Professor Eugenius.
So, I guess you’re also a friend of the Fixies? Yeah, only it’s a secret. My friend, that’s a secret the two of us share. And you know, keeping secrets is what friends do. Tideesh! They take care of our machines:
Irons, phones, and toasters, MP3s and TV screens,
Even rollercoasters. Without them clocks stop ticking,
Without them lights go out! But if you meet a Fixie, please,
Don’t let their secret out! The Bee Tom Thomas! Hello. How come you’re eating jam
straight from out of the jar? Because… it tastes so good. Oh, a bee! Shoo! Get out of here! Leave it alone! It’s just a plain old bee. Well, I was bitten by one of those plain old bees once! Tom Thomas! Don’t do it! Go away, you pest! Flies are pests. Bees are very helpful and useful. How can a bee ever help us out? Bees are hard workers. They are constantly collecting nectar from flowers. Flying from flower to flower,
bees transport pollen on their bellies. Thanks to this process of pollination,
flowers produce fruit and seeds. In other words, bees help plants reproduce. The bees use the nectar they collect to make
that delicious sweet honey loved by kids of all ages. And bee honey is not only delicious, it’s also nutritious! So, I’m still afraid of it. What if it bites me? Bees don’t bite by the way, they sting you! Well now I’m gonna show you! Don’t! The bee is the one who should be afraid, you tyrant! Yeah, you let it go, Tyrant! Why are you calling me names? Who’s stopping her? She can fly away if she wants. We need to show her the way out. Well, how? Here little bee! Fly this way! Why don’t you try going… Then what can I say? Chewsocka, don’t move! It will sting you! It doesn’t want to sting. Both of you like eating sweets. You like eating jam, and so does the bee. Why don’t you carry Chewsocka to the window? Go on, fly! No, that’s not going to work. You need to go and get more jam. Here little bee! Yum-yum! Go on and fly! You’re free! Let her eat first, don’t be greedy. I’m not being greedy. If she eats, she can make honey out of your jam. Long ago people could only collect honey
by destroying the nests of wild bees. And that went on until someone
came up with the idea of taming those insects. They started by leaving enough honey for the bees
to survive through the winter. People took care of bees in these hollows until they learned to build
small houses for them called beehives. And a town made of these bee houses
is called an apiary. Bees live and work together
in the beehives making honey while beekeepers take care of the bees
and collect the honey. Bees are real team players. They tell each other where the best flowers grow. Do you know how they do it? One of the bees does a dance and then the rest of the bees watch the dance
and learn where they need to fly. You poor thing! Tom Thomas tired you out. I told you there’s nothing to be afraid of. You see? She is just so nice and kind. I’m not afraid of her. She wouldn’t let me eat my jam, that’s all. Well, now it’s time for you to fly away. Woah, she’s playing rough here! I want to try! No, Nolik. You’re too little. You’ll have to grow to do this job. Woah, woah, woah! Calm down now. Now let’s fly! Hey Simka, the window’s back there! I can see that without you! So how can I get you to turn around? Cool. Hurrah! She’s listening to me! Don’t miss the window! Now! So long, honey bee! Tideesh! Tom Thomas! Do you have any more of that jam left? Yeah, what for? Bring it here. We’ll get more bees to fly in. How come? What do you mean how come? Because it’s my turn for a bee ride!

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