Mr. Mischief decides to play a joke on his friends.
Little Miss Busy spends all her time cleaning the house.
Mr. Uppity opens his house to the public in order to make some money.
Mr. Uppity and Mr. Grumble try to put Mr. Perfect in a bad mood.
Mr. Rush has only one day left to paint his house before autumn arrives.
Little Miss Splendid prepares to go on holiday.
"A Christmas Carol" story involves Little Miss Tiny and Mr. Mean.
Little Miss Trouble plays practical jokes on everyone.
Mr. Nosey's interruptions disrupt a fishing outing.
Little Miss Bossy is lonely when everyone goes to the zoo.
Mr. Worry falls down a hole in the woods.
Little Miss Scatterbrain asks Mr. Muddle to go fishing with her.
Mr. Noisy keeps everyone awake because he has decided to play in a band and has to practice.
Little Miss Late is always the last to arrive, so she's pleased when she's the first one at the cinema for tomorrow's showing.
Mr. Strong is hired by Mr. Cage, the zookeeper, to keep the cages clean, but he just doesn't realize how powerful he is and breaks everything he touches.
Mr. Chatterbox drives everyone mad with his endless talking; Little Miss Shy knows a real chatterbox of a parrot who bothers Mr. Quiet all day long.
Mr. Greedy thinks he is too fat, Mr. Strong too strong, etc.; in short, none of the Mr. Men is happy with the way he is.
It's the Christmas holidays and Mr. Slow decides to go to the mountains in his steamroller.
Little Miss Greedy and Little Miss Splendid are invited to tea with Little Miss Bossy.
Mr. Grumble is going on a vacation; he has every reason to be happy but, as usual, he grumbles.
Little Miss Naughty talks Little Miss Wise into going to the fun fair, with the intention of giving her a hard time.
Mr. Nosey calls upon Mr. Mean and finds a crate filled with gold coins; Little Miss Magic happens to pass by and quickly hides them.
It is the day of the Nonsenseland competition and, like every year, Mr. Nonsense is the favorite; however, he loses his memory.
Little Miss Dotty decides to go to Home Farm and give Little Miss Tiny a hand in the farmer's absence; the animals have become very lazy.
Mr. Worry, Mr. Dizzy and Little Miss Splendid ought to be happy to be going skiing, but they are very worried.
Koko the gorilla has escaped from the zoo and is spreading terror throughout Misterland.
Little Miss Chatterbox meets Mr. Grumpy and Little Miss Busy, who are preparing to participate in the big regatta with their sailing boat.
Little Miss Greedy is too large to get into her ball gown.
A day on the beach; Mr. Lazy is sound asleep on his lilo; the tide comes in and Mr. Lazy is now drifting out to sea.
It's no joke when Little Miss Brainy and Little Miss Stubborn meet up.
Mr. Skinny has made a bet that he can get fatter than Mr. Greedy, but try as he might, he is incapable of eating more.
Little Miss Scatterbrain goes shopping for her birthday, except that it isn't her birthday.
Little Miss Splendid is getting ready for the beauty contest; she goes to the hairdresser's and thanks to Mr. Dizzy, ends up bald.
It's the middle of summer and Misterland is totally deserted, except for Mr. Grumble and Mr. Worry.
Mr. Uppity is always unpleasant, but when he finds himself in the hospital, his friends do their utmost to look after him.
The Mr. Men are fed up with inviting Mr. Greedy to dinner because they are always left with nothing to eat once he has gone.
Mr. Bump is sad because he's demolished the house of cards that Mr. Tickle has built for Mr. Clever.
Mr. Quiet simply can't stand noise and decides to go and ask his friend, George the fisherman, to lend him a boat to find some peace and quiet.
Little Miss Scatterbrain asks Mr. Pots and Mr. Mischief to repaint her house.
Little Miss Giggles, Mr. Quiet and Mr. Small have been invited to lunch at Little Miss Tiny's.
All the Mr. Men have gathered together at the top of a hill to fly their kites.
A car race is organized in Misterland.
Little Miss Shy makes up her mind to go to the village fair, but there is too much bustle for her.
Mr Wrong's new house is upside down.
A magician sends Mr. Jelly time traveling back to the age of the dinosaurs.
Little Miss Star will do anything to get in the headlines, so she hides in Mr. Dizzy's house to make people think she has been kidnapped.
A race is organized in Misterland and Little Miss Late decides to participate, but without holding out much hope of winning.
Mr. Clever, Mr. Jelly and Little Miss Fun are in a mountain chalet; Mr. Clever bets that they don't dare spend a whole night in the tent.
Mr. Uppity's house is burning down; he possibly expects help from Little Miss Shy, Mr. Clumsy and Mr. Bump.
Little Miss Star dreams that she is a star, but her dream becomes a nightmare when she is bombarded by journalists and photographers.
The proud inventor of a strange spacecraft, Mr. Clever takes Mr. Grumble and Little Miss Giggles on board for a trip to Mars.
Mr. Happy thinks he has had a good idea in hiring Little Miss Chatterbox as prompter in his theatre.
Little Miss Busy gets bored as soon as she has nothing to do, so she decides to find a school to keep herself occupied.
Little Miss Tidy has won the jackpot; as she is leaving her house, the lottery ticket is swept out of the window by a gust of wind.
Mr. Dizzy has taken it into his head to promise the moon to the little children, but what a difficult promise to keep.
Mr. Uppity is looking for an actor for his film; he hires Mr. Forgetful, who, as it turns out, cannot memorize his lines.
Mr. Clumsy is hired as head butler for Little Miss Star's party, but she has no idea of what is in store, for Mr. Clumsy is not the tidiest of people.