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"Hoobledoop!" - Hello
"Hoobledoop-Hoobledoop-Whoop-Whoop-Whoop!" - Extended "Hoob" Hello.
"Hooble-toodle-doo!" - Goodbye
"Hoobalicious!" - Delicious
"Hoobacious!" - Fantastic
"Hoobygalooby!" - Wow!
"Fan-tabby-hooby!" - Fantastic
"Squigglytiddlypeep" - Baby
"Tiddlypeep" - Child
"Peep" - Adult
"Wrinklypeep" - Old person
"The Peep Planet" - Earth
"Picki Picki" - Motorbike (Roma's)
"Twizzletuft" - Head hair
"Hoobypod" - place where Hoobs sleep.
"Hooblets" - Hoob Children
A typical episode format involves:
A preamble during which a question (to be answered) is stumbled upon.
HubbaHubba formalises the task.
Roma is E-Mailed the question, to provide a report.
Ending a sentence with the questions "who", "what", "when", "where", "why" or "how" causes a cut away to a Motorettes' performance of that word.
There may be a song from the Hoobs or the Motorettes, with familiar lyrics, or a familiar tune (operas and musicals are a favourite), or neither.
The Hoobs visit the "Tiddlypeeps" (children) twice, as "they're smart, they're fun, they know".
One Hoob drives (left hand drive), one visits and turns the key and the third may participate in the B story.
An animated story is aired, relating to the question.
A report on a related subject appears on HoobNet
Various inappropriate solutions are rejected for an answer, just in time
Hoob News at the end summarises the adventure.