Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles ♪ A pajama party ♪ ♪ The moon is shining bright ♪ ♪ Pajama party ♪ ♪ We're gonna have some fun tonight ♪ ( grunting ) ( clears throat ) If I may. ♪ We'll play games like flashlight tag ♪ ♪ We'll camp out in a sleeping bag ♪ ♪ We'll make popcorn topped with seven kinds of cheese ♪ ♪ 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, yes ♪ ♪ We'll sing songs, arts and crafts ♪ ♪ Funny jokes and happy laughs ♪ ♪ And when we're tuckered out ♪ ♪ We'll cuddle up and catch some Z's ♪ ♪ 'Cause when you're sleeping over ♪ ♪ The party never ends ♪ ♪ You keep jamming in your jammies ♪ ♪ Having lots of fun with friends ♪ ♪ At the pajama party ♪ ♪ We're gonna get all dressed for bed ♪ ♪ But then, pajama party ♪ ♪ We're gonna stay up late instead ♪ Pillow fort! ♪ Pajama party ♪ ♪ We're gonna play the whole way through ♪ ♪ Until the sun comes up tomorrow ♪ ♪ I'm having fun with you ♪ Would you look at that? Mia and Lucky are actually getting along. How could they not? They're in a pillow fort. It's like a regular fort, but made out of pillows. ( chiming ) - Hi, Captain Beakman. - Hello, Pip. I just arrived at Cora's house and wanted to see how the pajama party's going. Pajam-amazing. Mia and Lucky are playing together in their pillow fort. - Willow-pillow! - Boney-bone! - ( both growl ) - Playing together, huh? It's good to see they've found something they agree on. Could I say a quick hello to Mia? Of course. Say hello to your mommy, Mia. - Huh? - Mine! She's having too much fun with Lucky to stop playing right now. We'll call you back later. Bye, now! ( grumbling, growling ) Casey: All right, I think it's time to put Pillow-willow and Boney-bone away. Right. Let's play something you agree on. - Tea party! - Drum! Drum! No drum. Tea party. No tea party. Drum. - Uh-oh. - I don't think they agree on what to play in there, Freddy. - Now, hold on, you two. - We can work this out. - Calm down. - The pillow fort! Both: Huh? - Drum! - Tea party. ( grumbling, growling ) These two just can't agree on what to play. Sorry, Freddy, but I'm afraid the party's over. You're right. I guess we can't have a pajama party. We can have two pajama parties! Two? That's not exactly what I meant. It'll be great, Casey. They don't have to agree on what to play anymore. Lucky, you'll have a pajama party with Pip on that side of the room. And, Mia, you and I will have a pajama party on this side of the room. This might just work. As long as Mia and Lucky each stay on their side, they won't have anything to fight about. Let's give it a try. ( music playing ) ( babbling ) ( snoring ) You guys! The two pajama parties are really working. I'd say so. They look so happy. - ( chiming ) - Hi, JP. How's the mail delivery going? Super duper, of course. If it's not too much trouble, I would like to say a quick hello to my amazingly awesome baby boy. - Willow-pillow! - Boney-bone! That'll be easy. Let me get him. On second thought, I'll have him call you right back. Bye, now. What happened? I thought they were staying on their own sides. I thought so, too. All right, guys. Come on! Stop! Come back! - Whoa, whoa! - That's better. I'm sorry, Freddy, but two pajama parties aren't working either. I'm afraid there's only one thing to do now. - Three pajama parties? - No, Freddy. We're going to have to put these two in separate rooms. It's time for them to go to bed. Both: Bed?