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Wee 3 is a Canadian preschool television series aired on Treehouse TV and Radio-Canada. It first aired on January 30, 2001 with a total of 27 27-minute episodes, along with Treetown, Ants in Your Pants and Crazy Quilt. It also formerly aired in the French-language counterpart on ICI Radio-Canada.

The show also aired new episodes on Treehouse TV and Radio-Canada from January 30, 2001 to June 15, 2002, where repeats of episodes were aired from June 16, 2002 until February 27, 2011. In September 2005, it moved with Treetown, Crazy Quilt and Ants in Your Pants to the "graveyard slots", where all of them (other than Ants in Your Pants, which left in February 2008) stayed until their removal along with The Big Comfy Couch on February 27, 2011.

It centers the friendship and adventures of three, likely four-year-old anthropomorphic toy monsters named Bunwin, Creakie and Pook, who all come out from hiding in a young human child's bedroom and play games in attempt to solve problems. However, they come out only when the child is absent. They work out their fears by playing fantasy adventures targeted towards children between the ages of three and seven years old.

An animated revival of the series was announced by Treehouse TV in March 2019. They had confirmed that Creakie, Pook and Bunwin would be appearing in the animated version of the series, and that it would feature characters from the previous live-action Treehouse shows they stopped airing.


Bunwin, Creakie and Pook are a trio of small, intriguing four-year-old monsters who all emerge from the nooks and crannies of a young child's bedroom, but these miniature monsters will only come out whenever that said child is not around!


Original characters

  • Bunwin (voiced by Jane Miller in season one, Dana Glickman in season two and Holly Gauthier-Frankel in the animated series) – An orange and only female monster. Her home is the shelf drawer. Her favorite toy is Dolly, and is playful and inquisitive.
  • Pook (voiced by Jeff Sweeney in the original series, and Christian Potenza in the animated series) – A purple male monster. His home is inside the closet. His favorite toy is Magic Racer, and loves jelly beans.
  • Creakie (voiced by Ruth Barrett in the original series, and Cory Doran in the animated series) – A blue male monster. His home is under the bed. His favorite toy is Cheep Cheep, and nicknames himself "Vance Murdoch". Voiced by Ruth Barrett.
  • Dolly (voiced by Krystal Meadows) – Bunwin's favorite toy. Originally introduced as an inanimate toy character in the earlier seasons, she is prompted to a major role in the animated revival.


Original voice cast

  • The original cast members of the show only participated in the original, live-action version of the series. They were not confirmed to return for the animated revival of the show, as the cast for the animated version features prominent members of ACTRA.
  • The original cast was also the only cast generation in the entire series to feature puppeteers, as the revival would feature animated versions of the original characters.
Character Puppeteer Season 1 Season 2
Bunwin Mandi Lester Jane Miller Dana Glickman
Pook Gérard Lizaire Jeff Sweeney
Creakie Jay Daniels Ruth Barrett

New voice cast

  • When Treehouse TV announced the big return of their classic live-action shows, they also announced they would be animated and would feature cast members who are more prominent members of Toronto, Ontario-based union, ACTRA. More details on the revamp of the original shows would be announced as Nelvana and Spectra Animation were working on them.
Character Voiced by Description
Main characters
Bunwin Monster Holly Gauthier-Frankel Originally meant to be voiced by Denise Oliver. Like her original counterpart, she is inquisitive and playful.
Pook Monster Christian Potenza Originally planned to voice Snicklefritz. Just like his original counterpart, he loves jelly beans, and can be rather dim-witted.
Dolly Krystal Meadows Was originally meant to voice Loonette. She is Bunwin's best friend who loves playing.
Creakie "Vance Murdoch" Monster Cory Doran Originally planned to voice Wuzzy. Just like his original counterpart, he enjoys having tons of fun with the other monsters.
Supporting characters (in no specific order)
Major Bedhead Christopher Jacot The local clown courier who makes deliveries to Loonette from Auntie Macassar or Uncle Chester. He can be quite goofy at times and a bit clumsy. He also dislikes lying and being dishonest.
Zoey Jodie Resther A blonde-haired woman and Spot's best friend. Together, they both hosted earlier episodes of Crazy Quilt before Maggie and Jackson took over.
Spot the Tiger Dwayne Hill A yellow tiger and Zoey's best friend. He co-hosted Crazy Quilt until Maggie and Jackson started hosting.
Jackson the Raccoon Rick Jones A creative raccoon and Maggie's friend. He gets nervous when he sees things like ogres or monsters, besides Creakie, Bunwin and Pook, despite the others not believing him.
Uncle Chester Jeremy Thibodeau Loonette's travelling uncle who appears in the show's revival.
Rosabelle Denise Oliver Rosabelle is a Treetownie who seams to be a bit older than her sister Tansy, but Tansy is taller than Rosabelle. In one Treetown short, she broke Rosabelle's crayons but then was forgiven by her.
Lickety Split Justin Bradley A cheery monkey who loves making and playing music.
Cush Wyatt Bowen A gray, sometimes purple cush that owns a library which he says is "way up high in Treetown". He loves reading, dancing, and singing.
Fuzzy Danny Brochu One of the twin dust bunnies who lives under the bed. Only Molly is aware of their existence, and always does her best to protect them so she can play with them.
Maggie Bryn McAuley Jackson's best friend and the host of later Crazy Quilt episodes.
Loonette Alyson Court She is a young, freckle-faced clown living with her doll, Molly, in their house, on the eponymous Big Comfy Couch, an oversized green floral couch. She frequently reads stories to Molly, always performs a Clock Rug Stretch, and likes to visit Granny Garbanzo. Loonette is gifted in the art of classical dance and runs "Miss Loonette's Dance Academy". Another gift she possesses is the unusual skill to clean just about any mess up in ten seconds, which she calls the Ten Second Tidy.
Tansy Claudia Besso Tansy is a Treetownie who loves adventure and playing games. She would appear to be younger than Rosabelle, but taller.
Stu the Dumptruck Terrence Scammell A red dumptruck. He sometimes does not talk, and only make beeping sounds with his mouth if he does not.
Wuzzy Julian Casey The other half of the twin dust bunnies who lives under the bed. Only Molly is aware of their existence, and always does her best to protect them so she can play with them.
Suzanne Magique Stacey DePass A magic crayon that owns her very own doodle room, she loves drawing, writing, making rainbows, and having surprise parties.
Osbert Plunky Tim Beresford A red and yellow basketball that loves jumping, bouncing, and rolling around. He lives in one of the unknown houses that aren't visited in earlier episodes.
Eileen Leah Renée Cudmore A very silly family member who lives inside of Loonette's dollhouse.
Jim Jeff Geddis Another very silly family member who lives inside of Loonette's dollhouse.
Ruby Rae Craw Evany Rosen A special toy made out of all kinds of toy parts. She loves being a television announcer.
Andy Thor Bishopric One of the very silly family members that live inside of Loonette's dollhouse.
Lillian Leah Vandenberg A little doll that loves tea parties, dressing up, and sailing.
Wobbly Tom Wehlan A close friend who lives in Clowntown.
Molly the Doll Angela Galuppo Loonette's living doll. Loonette found her in a barrel with a sign marked "Free to a good home", and adopted her. She believes that dust bunnies really exist, despite Loonette's disbelief. Her favorite food is donuts. She only speaks by cartoon bubbles, and usually answers Loonette's yes or no questions by either nodding or shaking her head.
Cheep Cheep Dawn Ford A female yellow chicken and Creakie's best friend.
Dolly #1 Catherine Disher A tan-skinned doll who has her hair in pigtails. She tends to be bossy at first, but as others get to know her she becomes more timid and respectable at first.
Dolly #2 Eleanor Noble A bespectaled, blue doll who has long hair. She is always sensitive but nonetheless is up for adventure all the time.
Snicklefritz Michael Cohen Granny's cat, who likes to play pranks on the others and sometimes tries to get out of getting flea-baths.
Auntie Macassar Ana Sani Loonette's travelling aunt who likes to make an entrance whenever she visits.
Granny Garbanzo Samantha Weinstein Loonette's next-door neighbor who loves her and Molly. She comes from the "old country" and has a foreign Russian accent. Granny also likes growing in her garden and she lives inside a wagon with Snicklefritz, her cat.
Magic Racer Juan Chioran A green toy dinosaur, and Pook's best friend.


Season 1 (2001)

No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.code US viewers


1 "Creakie's Birthday"
"Pook's School"
Lorraine Barton Pay Chen
Jeff Sweeney
January 30, 2001 101 N/A
Pook and Bunwin plan out Creakie's birthday.
Pook starts a school and teaches Bunwin and Creakie.
2 "Poouuii!!"
"Home Sweet Home"
Lorraine Barton Jeff Sweeney February 1, 2001 TBA N/A
Something smells terribly bad in the bedroom.
Bunwin, Pook and Creakie play to celebrate their home, sweet, home: the bedroom.
3 "Frog and the Storm"
"Close Call"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 3, 2001 TBA N/A
Together, during a "storm", the gang overcome their fears.
The gang solve their problems.
4 "Food Store"
"Hat Smasher"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 6, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang share via playing food store.
Someone is a "hat smasher" in the bedroom and admits its mistake.
5 "Treasure That Wasn't"
"Pet Snake"
Lorraine Barton Pay Chen
Jeff Sweeney
February 8, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang pretend to be pirates who are going on a treasure hunt, and learn to fit the gang in.
The gang include others by pretending to have a pet snake.
6 "Pook's Racecar"
"Bunwin Flies"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 10, 2001 TBA N/A
Pook uses confidence via racecar building.
Bunwin tries to learn a new thing: flying.
7 "Little Rodeo"
"Tiger, Tiger"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 13, 2001 TBA N/A
After failing every event at a rodeo, the gang deal with their failure.
The gang overcome fears.
8 "Three Captains"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 15, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang pretend to be in charge by being the three captains.
Pook pretends to be a dinosaur by playing games.
9 "Always A Bridesmaid"
"Messy Tea"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 17, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang are trying their hardest, by keeping their promises.
The three learn about being a special guest.
10 "Pet Games"
"Cheep, Come Home"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 20, 2001 TBA N/A
The three participate in games and learn about winning.
The three help each other.
11 "Cafe Pook"
"Peacemaker Pook"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 22, 2001 TBA N/A
Together, an introduction to Pook's cafe turns out to be that Bunwin and Creakie follow their cafe's rules.
To avoid conflict, Pook is a peacemaker.
12 "Seedling"
"Camping with Bunwin"
Lorraine Barton TBA February 24, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang use cooperation and help together.
Pook and Creakie be helpful when camping with Bunwin.
13 "Monster Blocks!"
Lorraine Barton Jeff Sweeney February 27, 2001 TBA N/A
Bunwin and Pook must overcome their fear of a monster, which was just Creakie's scarecrow.
When playing with building blocks and other toys, somebody is tattling.
14 "Courageous Creakie"
"Broken Cheep!"
Lorraine Barton TBA March 1, 2001 TBA N/A
Courageous Creakie learns to confront his fears.
When Cheep is broken, the gang learn to confess.
15 "Buzzin' Bee"
"Fastest, Bestest!"
Lorraine Barton TBA March 3, 2001 TBA N/A
As buzzin' bees, the three learn to deal with their anger issues.
A race the gang play is to be a fair play.
16 "Wee Rock!" Lorraine Barton TBA March 6, 2001 TBA N/A
The gang start a band.

Season 2 (2002)

No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.code US viewers


1 "My Fuzzy Valentine!"
"Surprise Party!"
Steven Wright TBA February 14, 2002 TBA N/A
Bunwin learns to let Pook and Creakie work at their own paces.
Pook learns that a lack of self-discipline can hurt others.
2 "All-Knowing Fairy"
Steven Wright TBA March 28, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie learns to respect others.
Bunwin and Pook earn Creakie's respect, while an egg is about to hatch... a special guest.
3 "Color Me!"
"Tea Party"
Steven Wright TBA April 11, 2002 TBA N/A
Pook and Creakie won't let Bunwin join the Blue and Purple Club because she's orange, so she tries various ways to get in the club.
Creakie tries new things at Bunwin's very special and fancy tea party.
4 "Secret Spy"
"Fancy Ladies"
Steven Wright TBA April 14, 2002 TBA N/A
Pook learns not to lie.
Bunwin learns to set her limits.
5 "King Creakie
Double Twins"
Steven Wright TBA April 18, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie, as a king, learns to compromise.
Pook tries to act like Creakie, simply by copying him.
6 "Candy Competition"
"Magic Farm"
Steven Wright TBA April 20, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie is jealous of Bunwin's candy shop.
Pook learns not to be selfish.
7 "Rollercoaster"
"Bunny Ballet"
Steven Wright TBA April 23, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie learns to take turns.
Pook learns to adapt to other people's abilities by ballet.
8 "Pookerassic Park!"
Steven Wright TBA April 25, 2002 TBA N/A
The monsters overcome their fears of being eaten.
The monsters learn empathy for one and another.
9 "Talking Toy"
"The Deep Dark Woods"
Steven Wright TBA May 2, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie and Bunwin learn about how Pook feels.
Together, the monsters overcome their fears of abandonment.
10 "Circus"
"The Sleepless Sleepover"
Steven Wright TBA May 9, 2002 TBA N/A
Creakie learns to share.
During a sleepover, the monsters learn to depend on each other.
11 "Birthday Cake"
"Bay-cation on the Moon!"
Steven Wright TBA June 15, 2002 TBA N/A
Bunwin learns that friends are more important than toys.
Together, Bunwin, Creakie and Pook all learn to appreciate their individual strengths on a vacation to the moon.

Season 3 (2019-2020)

No. Title Written by Original airdate American airdate Prod. code
1 "The Butterfly Catchers"
"Day of the Dust Bunnies"
Paul Stoica and Alexandre Riendeau March 16, 2019 April 29, 2019 101
2 "Pook Says"
"I Cannot Tell a Lie"
Miles Smith
Scott Albert
March 17, 2019 April 30, 2019 102
3 "The Wishing Plant"
"Best Frenemies"
Scott Albert
Paul Stoica and Alexandre Riendeau
March 23, 2019 May 1, 2019 103
4 "The Amazing Flying Creakie"
"Bunwin the Champion"
Paul Stoica
Story by: Alexandre Riendeau

Teleplay by: Kyle Muir

March 24, 2019 May 2, 2019 104
5 "Bubble Up!"
"I Wonder Why"
Jeff Sweeney
Jeremy Winkels
March 30, 2019 May 3, 2019 105
6 "Around the World in Eighty Daze"
"Strange New World"
Pay Chen
David Dias
March 31, 2019 May 4, 2019 106
7 "Creakie, We Have a Problem"
"Fuzzy Fail"
Jeff Sweeney
Dennise Fordham and Stephan Dubreuil
April 6, 2019 May 5, 2019 107
8 "Lights, Camera, Fuzzy Wuzzy"
"The Wishlist"
Jeremy Winkels
Story by: Alexandre Riendeau

Teleplay by: Pay Chen

April 7, 2019 May 6, 2019 108
9 "Lost and Found"
"Bunwin the Artist"
Shawn Kalb
Miles Smith
April 13, 2019 May 7, 2019 109
10 "Sports Day"
"No Questions Asked"
Shawn Kalb
Scott Albert
April 14, 2019 May 8, 2019 110
11 "Living Up to It"
"Class Pet"
Marie-France Landry
Lisa Hunter
April 20, 2019 May 9, 2019 111
12 "Washing"
"How They Met"
Charles Johnston and Sean Carley
Anne-Marie Perrotta
April 21, 2019 May 10, 2019 112
13 "Home-Grown Ninjas"
Story by: Tom Mason

Teleplay by: Paul Stoica

Alice Prodanou
April 27, 2019 May 11, 2019 113
14 "The Planet Panic"
"We Say a Unicorn!"
Tean Schultz
Marie-France Landry
April 28, 2019 May 12, 2019 115
15 "Endless Nightmares"
"A Spontaneous Winter"
Story by: Andrée Lambert

Teleplay by: Charles Johnston and Sean Carley

Story by: Sean Scott

Teleplay by: Tom Mason and Michael F. Hamill

May 4, 2019 May 13, 2019 114
16 "The Germinator"
"Pook and the Coyotes"
Stephen Senders
Alice Prodanou and Louis-Martin Pepperall
May 5, 2019 May 14, 2019 116
17 "Mad Maze"
"It's All Yours"
Paul Stoica
Story by: Dwayne Hill

Teleplay by: Jeremy Winkels

May 11, 2019 May 15, 2019 117
18 "Pot Predicament"
"Don't Turn Sour"
Shawn Kalb
Miles Smith
May 12, 2019 May 16, 2019 118
19 "Is That the Celestial Manatee?"
"Timeless Duties"
Scott Albert
Justin Bradley
May 18, 2019 May 17, 2019 119
20 "The Hut"
"Waves of Protest"
Lisa Hunter
Tean Schultz
May 19, 2019 May 18, 2019 120
21 "Me and My Home Planet"
"The Zen Garden"
Charles Johnston and Sean Carley
Story by: Jeremy Thibodeau

Teleplay by: Paul Stoica

May 25, 2019 May 19, 2019 121
22 "A Demo at All Costs"
"Day of the Totems"
Tom Mason and Michael F. Hamill
Stephen Senders
May 26, 2019 May 20, 2019 122
23 "I Dream, Therefore I Act"
"Lunatic for Sale"
Story by: Kim Thompson

Teleplay by: Paul Pogue

Shawn Kalb
June 1, 2019 May 21, 2019 123
24 "Molly's Real Life"
"Unicorn Issue"
Scott Albert
Charles Johnston and Sean Carley
June 2, 2019 May 22, 2019 124
25 "Pook's Quest"
"A Very Ugly Banquet"
Lisa Hunter
Anne-Marie Perrotta
June 8, 2019 May 23, 2019 125
26 "An Endless Day"
"There Can Be Only One Winner"
Justin Bradley June 9, 2019 May 24, 2019 126

Season 4 (2021)


  • Whenever it shows the whole room, the window can sometimes be seen open with the curtains blowing, or with the curtains closed without any wind blowing from outside.
  • After the first segment ends, it would show the whole room, sometimes Bunwin, Pook, and Creakie can be seen carrying blocks going under the bed before saying Wee 3 off-screen, only when the window is open, but if the window is closed with curtains, then they don't carry blocks going under the bed.
  • Even though Pook and Creakie are male monsters, they would still sometimes wear female dresses.
  • Bunwin, Pook, and Creakie are always able to talk even when their mouths don't move.
  • Pook is the only monster not to have a bellybutton like Creakie and Bunwin do.
  • Sometimes Creakie can be seen with his left ear hanging down.
  • Pook's right ear is hardly seen while his left is seen.
  • Bunwin, Pook, and Creakie are able saying their own names during the theme song and the end credits.
  • Creakie is the only monster that can be found rather bossy sometimes but not all the time.