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Not to be confused with Fifteen and Friends.

Five and Friends is the 13th episode of Season 3 of Numberblocks.


Six to Ten discover they are all Five-and-a-friend.


Numberblocks 1-5 get an invitation reading that they're invited to a five-star ball at the Two Palms Dance Floor. Two wonders where it is.

Meanwhile at the ball, Numberblocks 6-10 start dancing, but they can't start without Five. They then discover that they have a five. Six is 5+1, Seven is 5+2, Eight is 5+3, Nine is 5+4, and Ten is 5+5.

Now, One, Two, Three, Four, and Five are at the ball, and there are five Fives there, but where are 6-10? Everyone starts searching for them, while the other Numberblocks 1-5 come to the ball. But where are Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, and Ten? One decides they should add up.

5 + 1 = 6

5 + 2 = 7

5 + 3 = 8

5 + 4 = 9

5 + 5 = 10

But where are One, Two, Three, Four, and Five? 6-10 notice they have a sparkly band above their fifth block. They separate into the five Fives and 1-5. They still haven't found 6-10, so they start looking.

The other 1-5 still haven't found 6-10. They add up to 6-10 again, but where are 1-5? They separate their blocks, but 1-5 continue searching for 6-10.

The other 1-5 still haven't found 6-10. They add up to 6-10 again, but where are 1-5? They separate their blocks, before the other 1-5 come to them quickly. They ask each other: "Where, oh, where are six to ten?!" Numberblocks 6-10 appear again and they all get the party started.


  • Song: High Five (version 2)
  • Everyone stays vertical in this episode, except for Four in the beginning.
  • This is the first time there are seven fives.
  • The five Fives would've been called the Five Star Fives in this episode.
    • This is the first time the Numberblock's numberling number of the said Numberblock forms without their square root (5^2=25).
  • The 1-5 that returned were the ones which 6 through 10 first split up into at the end.
  • Eight's middle arms are used to split the first time, but not the second.
  • Running gags:
    • 1-5 wondering where 6-10 are, and 6-10 wondering where 1-5 are.
    • Six saying: "Let's get this party started!"
    • Six saying: "Now let's get this party started!"
    • Six shouting: "LET'S GET THIS PARTY STARTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
    • Nine saying: "HOLD ON!"
  • The third time 1-5 add up with the five Fives, Five, now having gone insane, shouts in a not normal five-voice: "FIVE AND ANOTHER FIVE!".
  • All of the Numberblocks (including 4) stand tall in this episode.


  • The five Fives saying “to the side, up above, down low, too slow” is a reference to the Season 1 episode Five.
  • Numberblocks 1, 2, 3, 4, and the six 5s saying “Where oh where are Six to Ten?” is a reference to Holes.


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Now we know what 6+7+8+9+10 is — 25+15, or 40.

Numberblocks episodes
Here are all the Numberblocks episodes.

Series 1

High Five!

One, Another One, Two, Three, One, Two, Three!, Four, Five, Three Little Pigs, Off We Go, How to Count, Stampolines, The Whole of Me, The Terrible Twos, Holes, Hide and Seek

Ten out of Ten

Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Just Add One, Blast Off, Counting Sheep, Double Trouble, The Three Threes, Odds and Evens, Fluffies, The Two Tree, Numberblock Castle, Ten Green Bottles

Series 2

Number Fun

Once Upon A Time, Blockzilla, The Numberblocks Express, Fruit Salad, Zero, Now We Are Six To Ten, Numberblobs, Building Blocks, Peekaboo!, Hiccups, What's the Difference?, Numberblock Rally, Five and Friends, Octoblock to the Rescue!, Ten Again

Fifteen and Friends

Flatland, Pattern Palace, The Legend of Big Tum, Mirror, Mirror, The Wrong Number, Eleven, Twelve, The Way of the Rectangle, Ride the Rays, Block Star, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Tween Scenes, Step Squads

Series 3

Season 5

Fifteen's Minute of Fame, On Your Head, Ten's Place, Balancing Bridge, Sixteen, Square Club, Seventeen, Eighteen, Loop the Loop, Nineteen, Twenty, Tall Stories, Flights of Fancy, I Can Count to Twenty, Heist

Season 6

Sign of the Times, Fun Times Fair, The Lair of Shares, Terrible Twosday, Divide and Drive, Twenty-One and On, We're Going on a Square Hunt, Thirty's Big Top, Land of the Giants, Fifty, Sixty's High Score, The Big One, One Hundred, One Thousand and One, More To Explore

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