Mr. Busy: 38 (Mr. Men Classic Library)
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Arc Number: They live in a place called Twoland, which unsurprisingly is where ‘Two’, ‘Twice’ and ‘Double’ are commonplace in names, where pairs can be found everywhere, where it is not uncommon to do things twice or eat two of a foodstuff, and where everyone repeats the last words of all their sentences.
Mr. Busy (Mr. Men and Little Miss) by Roger Hargreaves Mr. Busy (Mr. Men and Little Miss) by Roger Hargreaves
Mr. Busy is very kind and friendly, whilst being a hard worker. He is also very helpful when he manages to remove Lady's muzzle by biting through it (after being persuaded by the Tramp). He also helps Little Miss Tiny realize that there is nothing wrong with being tiny in Mr. Men, Little Miss: All Different. In the 90s series episode "Mr. Skinny's Incredible Bet", she isn't caught for causing a fight between Mr. Skinny and Mr. Greedy.Aesop Enforcer: He helps teach Little Miss Brave about resilience in ''Mr. Men, Little Miss: Try Again. Ditzy Genius: Despite being a brilliant inventor (and proud of it), Mr. Clever is completely clueless with emotional or sensory questions. When Mr. Happy asks him for the world's funniest joke, he admits to knowing no jokes; when Mr. Greedy asks him for the world's tastiest recipe, he admits to knowing no recipes; and so on. When he tries to return to Cleverland in shame, he walks off in the wrong direction. Never has Mr. Cheerful been without a smile. From breakfast in the morning to his bath at night. He was even happy when it rained! When he met Mr. Funny, he was so happy that he pulled off a funnier face than he usally does. One day, he runs into Little Miss Splendid who begins to smile, but then complains about Mr. Cheerful not raising his hat. For the first time in his life, Mr. Cheerful lost his smile—and blushed bright red. Miss Splendid finally talks him into raising his hat, showing the total of only three hairs on his head. Miss Splendid tells Mr. Cheerful that it is his big bright smile that everyone loves, not how many hairs he has on his head. So from that day on, Mr. Cheerful was once again, never without a smile. And everyone he passes leaves with a smile. There's only one thing left to say... hats off to Mr. Cheerful!
Mr. Busy - Bags of Books Mr. Busy - Bags of Books
Hates Baths: As befits his name, hates taking baths, and has to be forced into the bathtub in the final act of the book bearing his name. He jokes afterward that, now that he is no longer messy, he'll need to change his name.
This is the only episode whose title does not include a character's name (excluding Mr. Busy's name appearing above the title card).