Kid Friendly TV unboxes and reviews the Paw Patrol Lookout Playset toy, and has a Paw Patrol story episode!
The Paw Patrol Lookout is where Ryder instructs the pups what their mission is at the top of the lookout, and what he needs each pup to do to complete their mission. The Lookout playset is just like the one in the show on Nick Jr. It has many different features, including the periscope (can be moved side to side), the paw patrol badge button on the front that plays the Paw Patrol theme song and other authentic Paw Patrol sounds, slide (this is where the pups slide down and into their vehicles), and a firemans pole for Ryder to come down. The top of this toy is the command unit. Chase the Paw Patrol’s police pup and his vehicle cruiser is included in this play set. You are also able to see through the periscope. The pups use the periscope to see what is going on in Adventure Bay! Get a close look at the lookout, and of Chase and his cruiser. Chase is wearing his pup pack and he wearing all blue. He also has brown eyes.
Kid Friendly TV also has a Paw Patrol Story Episode in this toy review video. The Hot Wheels Road is very busy with cars passing by. A huge boulder rock is moving quickly towards the busy Hot Wheels Road. It is up to police pup Chase to use his net to stop the boulder. He stops the boulder just in time and saves the Hot Wheels drivers on busy Hot Wheels Road! Chase earns a special treat!
This playset is really cool and I love all the neat features. It really allows you to use your imagination to create your own missions to complete!
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