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Big City Greens

Big City Greens
  • Avaliação: 7,60
  • Ano de emissão: 2018
  • Géneros: Comedy, Animation, Family
  • Países: United States
  • Duração: 10 minutos

“Big City Greens” is an animated comedy-adventure series which follows the offbeat adventures of 10-year-old Cricket Green, a mischievous and optimistic country boy who moves to the big city with his wildly out of place family – older sister Tilly, father Bill and Gramma Alice. Cricket’s natural curiosity and enthusiasm lead him and his family on epic journeys and into the hearts of his new neighbors.

  • “Space Chicken”: Cricket enlists the help of Tilly and Remy when he comes up with a plan to impress his new neighbors by launching a chicken into space.
    “Steak Night”: The Green's traditional Steak Night is threatened when Cricket accidentally leaves the steaks behind on the subway.
  • “Cricket Versus”: Cricket is tasked with wrestling a wild animal to complete a Green family right of passage, but renounces his family name when he fails to find any vicious creatures in the city… or does he?
    “Blue Tater”: Cricket convinces Bill to turn his pick up truck into a French fry food truck, but their day is tarnished by bad luck, after Cricket harvests an unlucky blue potato.
  • “Swimming Fool”: Cricket tries to overcome his fear of the high dive when the Greens visit an indoor pool.
    “Tilly's Goat”: Cricket and Remy attempt to save Tilly from embarrassing herself when she enters her pet goat into a fancy dog show.
  • “Cricketsitter”: While Bill takes Gramma to the doctor for a checkup, Tilly is given the task of babysitting Cricket for the time period. While Cricket is checking off his list of things to do with a bucket, Tilly sabotages one of Cricket's to-dos, and ends up dislocating one of his arm joints.
    “Backflip Bill”: Cricket convinces Bill to follow his childhood dream of becoming a gymnast, but Bill is put a bit under pressure under some mild trauma from when Gramma was coaching Bill, during those childhood dreams.
  • “Gramma's License”: Cricket and Tilly help Gramma practice for her driver's test, after she learns her current license is expired.
    “Bear Trapped”: Cricket, Tilly and Remy befriend a bear that's loose in the city and try to protect it from Officer Keys and animal control.
  • “Photo Op”: Bill takes the family to the mall under the pretense of going to the food court but is actually hoping to have a family photo taken, much to the rest of the Greens' dismay.
    “Remy Rescue”: Remy's parents learn that he has been skipping his violin lessons to hang out with Cricket, and threaten to end their friendship by sending Remy to boarding school, so Cricket does the best he can to stop them and keep him and Remy's friendship tied.
  • “Gridlocked”: Feeling smothered by city life, Bill decides to take the family on a day trip to the country only to become trapped in a massive traffic jam. Meanwhile, Gramma gets herself her own personal radio DJ, Tilly washes cars, and Cricket gets chased around over a big misunderstanding.
    “Mama Bird”: Tilly finds an abandoned bird nest in the yard and decides to take care of the chicks, only to become jealous when the they take a liking to Cricket instead of her, which drives Tilly to deprivation.
  • “Welcome Home”: After losing the family farm, Bill, Cricket and Tilly move to Big City to live with Gramma and have a series of misadventures when their pickup truck and all of their belongings are towed away.
    “Raccooned”: A family of raccoons take over the house after Bill and Cricket fetch Gramma's teddy bear in the garage.
  • “Parade Day”: Cricket begins his part time job at Big Coffee to pay off the damages he caused in the previous episode but is more interested in sneaking out to attend the Big City Parade than he is in working.

    “DIY Guys”: Bill teaches Remy how to be self reliant when the family heads to a gigantic hardware store to find a replacement part for their broken vacuum cleaner.
  • “Gargoyle Gals”: Tilly makes friends with a insanely ideal theorist who names herself Andromeda, and Tilly plays along with her lifestyle.

    “Supermarket Scandal”: The Greens open up a food stand, but they're low on supplies, so Cricket gets the idea of making artificially-crafted food to compensate. Also the origin of Tilly's sack doll, Saxon.
  • “Barry Cuba”: Cricket uses his hard earned $10 on a singing fish decor, and he won't stop playing it. Soon to find Barry was axed, Cricket seeks to find who killed his first spend.

    “Suite Retreat”: Gramma gets fed up with the Greens ruining her peaceful moments, so she has them spend a day at a hotel, so she can finally get some peace and quiet. She soon finds that it's more lonely than she thought, so she then tries to sabotage the Greens' hotel stay.
  • In this full half hour special, the Green family prepare for Halloween, but Gramma warns of the Blood Moon, an event where all the animals suddenly become blood thirsty beasts. True to her word, the animals suddenly become violent and trap the Greens, Remy, Vasquez and Gloria in the house while Halloween is going on. Eventually, everything spirals out of control when they learn how the animals escaped their confinement and why.
  • Big Deal: On Thanksgiving, the Greens spot an ad for low prices for TVs at Price Busters. At Cricket's urging, the family goes shopping, but quickly learn that the store's manager, Louis, lowers the price so that he can watch shoppers furiously fight one another over items.
    Forbidden Feline: Tilly becomes friends with Anoush, the neighborhood cat, only to learn that he belongs to Mr. Grigorian, Gramma's neighbor and arch-enemy. He forbids the two to play with one another forcing Tilly to go and rescue her new feline friend.
  • “Uncaged”: Following “Phoenix Rises”, Nancy reunites with her family. While Cricket and Tilly are happy to see her, Bill and Gramma are concerned that she will be a bad influence on the kids. Cricket is bothered by being called a “good kid” by Nancy and decides to impress her by having him and Tilly release an orangutan from the zoo. Unfortunately, they end up releasing all the animals who run amok all over Big City and now must work together to get them back while avoiding the jovially staunch Officer Keys.
  • “Harvest Dinner”: Bill sends Tilly to the grocery store to go and get paprika for his stew. Feeling insulted for not being trusted, Gramma and Cricket rush out to try and beat Tilly at getting the ingredient. Meanwhile, Bill and Nancy try working together in the kitchen, but their methods are too different.

    “Winner Winner”: The Greens head to the community center so that Bill can get Gramma to try a zumba class. Tilly becomes fascinated with the trophy display and decides to earn one by working with the tough Community Sue and Cricket teams up with Remy, Kiki and Benny to see where a mysterious inaccessible door leads.
  • Cricket uses his first tip from working at Big Coffee to buy a singing toy fish.
  • Gramma kicks the family out of the house for the day, so they stay in a hotel for the first time.
  • Gramma tells Cricket and Tilly that there's treasure buried on their property.
  • Cricket adds his own doodles to Gloria's abstract paintings in the café.
  • On the trip to Big City movie multiplex, Cricket thinks he's too mature for a kids' movie, so he sneaks into a grown-up movie.
  • Cricket registers his house on a homeshare website.
  • When Cricket gets sick, his family steps in to fulfill his commitments for the day.
  • The Green family’s nemesis Chip Whistler shows up at the farmers’ market in an attempt to steal business from them.
  • Cricket earns a role in Big Coffee's new TV commercial but loses his confidence.
  • Cricket earns a role in Big Coffee's new TV commercial but loses his confidence.
  • “Urban Legend”: Bill is disappointed to learn that Gramma intentionally scares the residents of Big City away from their house. He decides to throw a barbecue along with Nancy and Tilly so as to invite the neighbors over. However, Gramma decides to amp up her fright level with the help of Cricket so as to keep them away for good.

    “Wishing Well”: Cricket discovers wishing wells and decides to capitalize on it by making his own. When Tilly dumps her entire allowance, Cricket's shoulder angel and devil appear to try and coax him from one side to the other. Things are made more difficult when he comes clean to Tilly and learns what she wished for.
  • Bill trades his pickup in for a cutting-edge electric car, but gets more than he bargained for.
  • When Bill learns that Gramma has been purposely creating a frightening reputation around town, he throws a barbeque to befriend the neighbors.
  • “Elevator Action”: While trying to move on with her life after noticing many of her online friends achieving their goals, Gloria rushes to leave Big City once and for all, but while attempting to return her key to management, the Greens come along so that they can ride the elevator. Due to Cricket's influence, they get stuck, much to Gloria's horror.

    “Bad Influencer”: Cricket is perplexed by Remy's sudden fascination with online media influencer Itchaboi who boasts money and status. When Cricket attempts to dissuade him from a shallow and arrogant lifestyle, Remy calls him a “hater” and decides to try to spend one million dollars on a cruise ticket. Cricket and Vasquez must team up to stop Remy.
  • Cricket makes a wishing well to cash in on people making wishes, but when Tilly dumps all her savings into it, he is faced with a dilemma.
  • On Christmas Eve, the Green Family come together to celebrate their favorite holiday. However, Tilly informs Cricket that he has performed numerous misdeeds therefore putting him on the naughty list. He attempts to rectify this by visiting a mall store Santa, but when he causes more destruction, he opts to simply pull pranks so that no one else celebrates Christmas. However, Cricket's pranks accidentally frames Tilly. Tilly thinks that she's on the naughty list. Meanwhile, Nancy and Gramma realize that they did not get a gift for Bill and rush to get one for him. When a blizzard comes, Bill sets out to rescue his family.
  • Gloria gets stuck on an elevator with the Greens.
  • “Reckoning Ball”: While attempting to destroy the Greens' house as revenge, Chip Whistler gets reprimanded by his father and threatens to remove him from the Wholesome Foods Company if he does not apologize to the Greens for his behavior. The Greens decide to have him help out with chores around the house, much to his irritation.

    “Clubbed”: Gloria steps out to the new club that has opened in Big City. Tilly and Andromeda assume that she has invited them along, but when they arrive they believe that she has amnesia and try to “cure” her. Meanwhile, Bill and Cricket decide to watch a classic sci-fi film for the night, but Bill cannot stop spoiling plot points.
  • “Impopstar”: Cricket discovers that he bares an uncanny resemblance to pop star Zillon Brax who recently disappeared so that he can enjoy normal life. Cricket and Nancy decide to take advantage of the perks of being famous. Meanwhile, the rest of the Greens take Zillon in believing him to be Cricket, but Tilly is suspicious.

    “Football Camp”: Remy decides to join the Lil' Bengals Football Camp hosted by his father so that he can finally earn his respect. Cricket tags along for support. When Russell believes the two to be unfit for training, the two combine their talents to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, Tilly is convinced the mascot is a real animal.
  • Remy falls under the sway of an internet influencer.
  • “Heat Beaters”: On the hottest day in Big City, Remy shows up to challenge Cricket to a game of H-O-R-S-E. Cricket does not have the stamina to complete the game, but notices that Remy is unusually jovial despite the heat. The rest of the Greens stay indoors to use their new air conditioner, but find themselves trapped in the ever freezing house.

    “Bill-iever”: Cricket finds Gramma's old mobile scooter and joy rides it, resulting in the garden getting destroyed. Cricket quickly blames the situation on aliens which Tilly and Gramma buy into, but Bill is ever skeptical. However, Cricket proceeds to make an elaborate set up so that Bill can fall for his ruse, but it works too well.
  • On Christmas Eve, Tilly helps Cricket redeem his year's worth of bad deeds for one last chance to get on Santa's nice list while Gramma and Nancy look for a present for Bill.
  • “Shark Objects”: The Green Family head out for a day at the beach where they get caught in crazy shenanigans. Cricket wants to prank the beach goers with a shark fin which puts him in serious trouble, while Nancy must struggle with being a responsible parent. Bill is helpless under Tilly's sand building project and Gramma and a seagull get arrested for fighting on the beach.

    “Dream Weaver”: Cricket becomes bored after waking up in the middle of the night. He discovers that his family members all talk in their sleep and decides to take advantage of the situation by feeding them thoughts and ideas into their heads. However, this causes them to have nightmares and they cause havoc while sleepwalking.
  • Convinced that Cricket and the Greens have ruined his life, Chip Whistler returns to exact his revenge.
  • “Level Up”: Disappointed with the lack of advancements in his farming, due to the constricting nature of Big City, Bill is introduced to a farming simulator by Remy and quickly becomes addicted to it. When he refuses to remove himself from the game, Cricket, Remy, Tilly and Gramma must get their game on and play the farming simulator to rescue Bill.

    “Wild Side”: Cricket is suffering from “the itch” when he refuses to settle and becomes a feral child. The only solution is to take Cricket camping. However, Bill neuters the experience causing Cricket to run amok in Big City and forcing Bill, Remy and Gramma to stop him. Meanwhile, Tilly and Nancy have an unusual camping experience of their own.
  • When Gloria tells Tilly and Andromeda about her plans for a night on the town, the girls assume they’re invited.
  • “Garage Tales”: While sifting through some junk in the garage, Cricket and Tilly discover a box of old stuff that Gramma insists is important to her and tells them about the biggest adventure in her life. Bill becomes annoyed with the obviously exaggerated story, until Gramma reveals that it is about how she met the most important person to her.

    “Animal Farm”: As the Greens head out to market, Phoenix is left in charge of taking care of the farm. However, Cogburn the Rooster wants to become ruler and tries to convince the animals to raid the Greens' home. Meanwhile, Bill meets another Bill Green who is a younger, fit and more successful version of himself.
  • “Desserted ”: When Cricket takes the family out for a meal, Bill becomes suspicious on how he is going to pay for it. It turns out that his plan is to complete “The Crispy’s Sundae Challenge”. Which is if you eat 50 pounds of ice cream in one hour, your meal is free.

    “The Gifted”: On Father’s Day, when Tilly becomes suspicious after Bill likes Cricket’s gift just as much as hers, they give him terrible gifts to see if he is lying. Also, Gramma looks for the perfect card for her son.

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