Wallace has decided to make some Christmas cards with the help of his brand new card-making machine. But he's so carried away by his masterpiece that he fails to notice the extraordinary scene unfolding in the garden.
Shopping can be a chore when you have a lot of cheese to carry home, so Wallace invents a self-guided shopping trolley to do the job. When disaster strikes, can Gromit save the day? Or will the cheese be lost forever?
Wallace is scared when the lights go out one dark and stormy night. A cup of tea and a cracker should calm his nerves, but who is lurking in the shadows? It may be time to utilize the ultimate burglar deterrent ...
Unfortunately Wallace wants to help Gromit with his daily chores. The 525 Crackervac will save time and take the strain out of cleaning. It even has a “cracker sensor”! However, things don’t go quite as planned and it’s up to Gromit to save the day.
Getting to sleep can be a problem when you eat as much cheese as Wallace. His solution is the “Snoozatron,” a simple device to aid the restless insomniac. It's a triumph of precision engineering... but somehow it makes more work for Gromit.
Frustrated by Gromit’s goalkeeping prowess, Wallace is forced to reveal his “Soccamatic” penalty-taking machine. It seems Wallace has finally got the upper hand as balls whistle past the hapless dog. But Gromit has an ace up his sleeve ...
Gromit dislikes clearing the table after meals. Luckily, Wallace’s Turbo Diner is designed to do the job fast and efficiently; all they have to do is top up the electricity meter. Everything seems to be going well until the lights start flickering.
Why cook when you can use The Autochef, a combined cooker and waiter on wheels? Wallace is anxious to prove that his troublesome invention is perfectly safe. Gromit isn’t so sure about the cheeky robot and he may have good reason to be wary.