Laa-Laa comes out of the Home Hill, does a little dance and calls the other Teletubbies for a Big Hug. They stop to watch two little girls making a pretend friend out of old clothes. The Teletubbies dance a bendy dance and watch The Tap Dancing Teddy Bear on the carousel. Afterwards, the Magic Windmill stops spinning for Tubby Bye Bye.
Featuring: Ella Pevsner and Ellen Sandford O'Neill
Plot (US American Version)
Laa-Laa comes out of the Home Hill, does a little dance and calls the other Teletubbies for a Big Hug. They stop to watch two little girls making a pretend friend out of old clothes. Back in Teletubbyland, Laa Laa plays with her ball all over Teletubbyland, but all of the sudden, her ball got stuck on the tree, she asks the other Teletubbies if they can reach their ball. But Po has an idea, she throws Tinky Winky's bag to knock Laa Laa's ball down back to Laa Laa. Laa Laa was very happy, clever Po. Then, the Teletubbies do The Walking Dance (extended version) before Tubby Bye Bye.
- When The Magic Windmill Stops Spinning At The End The Sparkles Are Still Seen When It Fades And The Voice Trumpet Turns Immediately
- Laa Laa was the 'boo' shouter in UK Version. Dipsy was the boo shouter in US Version.
- Tinky Winky was the missing teletubby in both UK and US Version.
- The US Version has The Walking Dance after the next segment (the camera cuts to the sun after the next scene instead of the windmill). Also, the US Version has no magical event.