Putt-Putt Joins the ParadeEdit
Unless Putt-Putt needs to go to Green Street to mow lawns for money, he doesn't need to actually come to the grocery store.
If Putt-Putt needs to go to Green Street to mow lawns for money, Putt-Putt will need to come here to get the free birdseed, so he can move the birds blocking his path to the homes on Green Street away from the road.
Putt-Putt can also optionally come here to help Mr. Baldini deliver groceries to cars on Red Street, Blue Street, or Green Street.
If you click on the watermelon, it spits its seeds out at one of the oranges, and that orange shouts, "Whee! That tickles!" Clicking on the oranges causes one of them to squirt juice at the watermelon, and it shouts, "Hey, stop that!"
Putt-Putt Saves the ZooEdit
At the beginning of the game, Putt-Putt visits Mr. Baldini here and the latter asks if he can deliver some zoo chow to the Cartown Zoo before the grand opening. Putt-Putt agrees to this and Mr. Baldini gives him the zoo chow before going back in.
Putt-Putt Enters the RaceEdit
Putt-Putt can pick up a basket for any produce Mr. Baldini asks for, in which case, he will go to the farmer's garden (or even the orchard in it if any requested produce grows on a tree). After all three pieces of produce are picked up, Putt-Putt will return the filled basket.
At this part, no matter what produce is picked, it looks like a bunch of grass.
Mr. Baldini blows a kiss (apparently), thanks him, and as promised, gives him two coins.
Putt-Putt and Pep's Birthday SurpriseEdit
In this episode, Putt-Putt can deliver apples and take the extra carrots from that section (where they do not belong). He can collect flour or sugar if Mrs. Goodbake needs them for the cake.