You’re getting to be a big boy. I’m just a kid who’s four. Each day I grow some more. I like exploring. I’m Caillou. So many things to do. Each day is something new. I’ll share them with you. I’m Caillou. My world is turning, changing each day, with mommy and daddy I’m finding my way! Growing up is not so tough, except when I’ve had enough. But there’s lots of fun stuff. I’m Caillou, Caillou, Caillou, I’m Caillou. Eh heh heh heh heh… That’s me What’s the matter, kids Our friends were supposed to come. And they’re not here. Well, while we’re waiting… It’s storytime. Now what did Caillou do today Today’s story is called Caillou’s Friends. Caillou was feeling very sorry for himself. Whatever’s the matter, Caillou You don’t look very happy. I’ve got nobody to play with. Don’t you have any friends No, I don’t. At that moment Caillou really thought he didn’t have any friends, and that made him feel even more sad and lonely. I’m sure you must have some friends. Let’s see if we can think of one. What about that nice girl Clementine Clementine loves candies. Can I… Nope. Okay, want some Oh no. I’m putting the yellow ones in a row. Caillou. That candy was on the floor. It’s not going in your mouth. Wait a minute. I have some more here. They’re clean. Well that’s one friend… Do you have any others Um… I don’t think so… Let’s see, now. What about that boy Leo Leo’s funny. What’s so funny, you two? Nothing, mommy. Well now. That’s two friends. Do you have any others No. Really What about Gilbert Isn’t he your friend Yeah. Caillou had forgotten about Gilbert. Of course Gilbert was his friend. YAY. Gilbert. You’re my friend. Caillou was much happier now. He started out thinking he didn’t have any friends. But now he knew he had three. And now that he knew he had three friends, Caillou began to think about whether he had any more. Rosie’s my sister, Grandma… …but she’s my friend, too. That’s right. Caillou. Hello everybody. Hello, Mr. Hinkle. And Mr. Hinkle’s my friend too. I have lots of friends, don’t I, Grandma? Yes. You do. Look who’s coming. It’s Mommy and Daddy. Mommy. Daddy. You’re my friends. And so’s Rosie, and Gilbert and Mr. Hinkle. And Clementine and Leo. Are those all your friends Yes. Aren’t you forgetting someone Oh yes, and you’re my friend, too, Grandma.