Nico makes a few new friends while waiting for Lisa at a cafe.
Emma and Nico might not have done everything exactly as Lisa instructed them...
Do you know what it means if a German says that something is nullachtfünfzehn? What about "to give someone the basket?" Eva looks at a few more German expressions.
Lisa arrives at home to find Nico and Emma eating dinner. In a flashback, Emma reviews her plans for the week.
Brigitta finds out that her friends are having some trouble getting along as roommates and communicating about their expectations.
Lisa reviews Emma's schedule with Nico so that he will be prepared for his duties as a babysitter.
Piggeldy and Frederick go to the sea and get into a deep discussion about semantics when Piggeldy tries to describe it.
In this video, Eva talks about common winter ailments and the various medicines and home remedies that are used in Germany.
Pigs, cherries, and bears: Yabla's own Eva explains the meanings of a number of German expressions.
Lisa's colleague is ill and can't teach her class. Lisa would like to help out, but needs to find someone to babysit for Emma first.
After a good night's sleep and a delicious breakfast, Brigitta's friends want to take her out to see their neighborhood. They hope that they can even convince her to move there.
The next potential roommate is obviously too fussy for Lisa's apartment.
After picking her up from the train station, the two roommates are very excited to show Brigitta their apartment. She is impressed, but also very tired from traveling.
The next candidate to take over Nawin's room also fails to make a good impression on the group.
A first potential new housemate comes to look at the room and takes a tour of the group's Wohngemeinschaft (shared apartment).
Julia and Marie have recently moved to Berlin and are waiting for their friend Brigitta to arrive for a visit.
Nico can't stay in the shared apartment anymore, but Lisa gives him some ideas where he might possibly stay.
Nico is disappointed to find out they have the wrong address for his aunt's bike shop.
Frederick and Piggeldy go looking for rainbows, and in the process try to clarify exactly what they are.
Frederick tries to explain to Piggeldy about the spring season, but gets tangled up in references to Chinese food.
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