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The series focuses on the Imagination Movers: Dave (bass, vocals), Rich (drums, percussion, vocals), Smitty (guitars, vocals), and Scott (lead vocals, mandolin, keyboards, percussion), who dwell in the "Idea Warehouse," which has a wide variety of rooms with differing climates and sizes, such as a "Jungle Room", a "Wind Room", a "Beach Room", a "Farm Room", a "Water Room", a "Super Secret Spy Room", a "Very Far Away Room", a "Sun Room" and a "Tropical Island Room". In every episode, they aid many clients in problems (dubbed "Idea Emergencies"), and think up creative ways to solve said problems. They are often aided by Warehouse Mouse, the freeloading, wall-dwelling, anthropomorphic mouse, and Nina, their spirited and ever-cheerful neighbor and friend who is always dressed in pink and red. In the first season, Nina worked for her uncle, Knit Knots, a stuffy businessman who was the Movers' manager and prided himself in finding ways to make anything and everything boring. Knit Knots was written out of the show after the first season, but he made one final appearance in "Imagination Movers In Concert" and appeared in a flashback in "Mouse Scouts", and Nina now works as a photographer, often visiting the Movers to take pictures for the local newspaper. Nina also works as a waitress in the third season. It is also revealed in the second season episode "Trouble in Paradise" that Nina is Hawaiian (much like Wendy Calio is in real life).