"Sweep, you see this bee..."
Matthew about to teach Sweep the facts of life
Soo's Babies

Stuart Hall


Helen Stephens


Matthew Corbett


Matthew Corbett

Guest Starring

Brenda Longman as
Beverley Hills as
Katie Little as
the girl
Gemma Rankin as


Brian Sandford
John Seaton
Sallie Corbett

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Soo's Babies is the twelfth episode of the second series of Sooty & Co..


Matthew's reading a book about how to sell items to customers, but it doesn't go very well when a little girl asks if they sell lollipops. Then he says that he's got chicken for everyone to eat, but it's only a baby chicken toy as they can't afford a real one as the business is doing so badly. Matthew shows Sooty, Sweep, Soo and Little Cousin Scampi some cute kittens and puppies and then Mo comes into Sooty & Co with baby Brain and Matthew thinks she got it wrong and that he's called Brain, but they spelled it wrong on his birth certificate, so he real name is Brain. Matthew's friend Yvonne comes round and Soo she's that she's pregnant and all of this baby talk gives her an idea. Soo pretends to be pregnant. Matthew thinks she's put on too much weight at first until Soo displays all the signs of being pregant and pretends she's giving birth to baby pandas. Matthew's relieved when he sees that they're only toy pandas.


Girl: D'you sell lollipops?

Matthew: Oh, no we don't sell lollipops! The sweet shop's round the corner. Oh and have this book with my complitments.

Sweep: We can't eat that.

Soo: It's a cute, little baby chicken!

Matthew: Yes, but more to the point Soo, we can't eat it because it's a toy chicken! It's not a real one. We can't afford a real one because the business is doing so badly. Don't worry, its cornish pastas for lunch.

Matthew: What are the newspapers gonna say?

Soo: Well, they'll probably say something like, "Small teddy bear and panda full grown up, with a cover of soft toys stuffed up a dress"!

Matthew: WHAT?!


  • It is revealed that Sooty had a pet flea.
  • This episode sparked numerous letters of complaints from concerned parents and was featured on a programme about controversial children's shows where Brenda Longman spoke about the episode.




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