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Kid Friendly TV does a fun play time episode from Peppa Pig episode Washing. Kid Friendly TV uses Play Doh to make Daddy Pig's white shirt he is wearing and Play Dough for the mud.

In this play time episode, Daddy Pig begins his day doing laundry. Daddy Pig hangs his white football shirt up outside to dry before he is off to work.

Peppa Pig, Mommy Pig, and George Pig decide to go play. Peppa Pig, Mommy Pig, and George Pig are jumping in muddy puddles when Peppa notices they have gotten mud on Daddy Pig’s white football shirt. Mommy Pig tells Peppa not to worry that they can wash it, and Daddy Pig wouldn’t even know the shirt had gotten dirty.

Peppa, Mommy, and George all go inside to wash Daddy’s football shirt. George Pig and Mommy Pig go to find more white clothes to wash. Peppa notices that her red dress is dirty, so she decides to wash it too!

Mommy Pig notices that Peppa doesn’t have her dress on and asks Peppa where her dress is. Peppa tells Mommy Pig that she is washing her dress to. Once the washing machine has stopped, Peppa shows her Mommy how clean her red dress is. Mommy Pig shows Peppa how everything that was white is now pink.

Daddy Pig arrives home and is looking for his football shirt, because he going to play football that afternoon. Mommy Pig tries to explain to Daddy that there is bit of a problem, but he tells Mommy Pig it can wait.

Peppa Pig shows Daddy his football shirt and he laughs and thinks it is one of Mommy Pig’s dresses. When Daddy Pig finds out what has happened, he tells Peppa he can’t wear a pink football shirt. George Pig doesn’t like the color pink.

Peppa Pig shows Daddy Pig he is already wearing a white shirt, the one he wore to work. Daddy Pig didn’t even notice he was wearing a white shirt, and decides to wear it to football.

When Daddy Pig arrives home after playing football, his shirt is all dirty and muddy. Peppa tells Daddy Pig that he got his shirt all dirty. Daddy Pig tells Peppa that football shirts are meant to get dirty, and they giggle!

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