A parody of A Chipmunk Reunion starring characters from the PBS Clifford the Big Red Dog franchise, including some made-up characters, created by CliffordFan2008 (Sydney Skidis).
The special begins at home one night when Clifford, Macold and T-Bone were arguing about when exactly they were born. T-Bone insists they were born on the 12th, Clifford insists it was the 15th, and Macold insists that it was the 18th. But not even their adoptive father, Mark Seville, knows the exact date (he celebrates their birthday on the day he found them), so Clifford decides that the only way to find out, would be to look for their long lost mother. However, Mark would never let them go, so they decide to have their female friends, The Doggets, take over the house. When Mark comes downstairs the next morning and sees the girls there, he realizes that the boys went to find their mother, and fears that they could get hurt by wild animals in the forest. So, he sets out to find them, while the girls join him on his search.
Meanwhile, the boys are in the forest, after having been told by a Forest Sheriff that the great winter drove animals over Eagle's Peak. As they continue their journey, they imagine what their mother might be like (except Clifford, who wonders why their mother abandoned them), while asking other forest animals about her (with no such luck), climbing mountains, and swinging across rivers. Later that night, the boys decide to go home, when they encounter a wild bull that is presumed to have escaped from hunters. It chases them into a log. Then, it grabs the log by its horns, and throws it to the bottom of a mountainside, knocking them unconscious. However, someone at a nearby home finds them, and takes them in for shelter.
When the boys wake up the next day, they find themselves inside the home of their long lost mother named Molga, who is happy to see her boys again. Meanwhile, Mark and the Doggets are right on the boys' trail, while Mark wonders why they left him. However, the girls assure him that just because the boys are looking for their mother, doesn't mean that they don't love him anymore. Back at Molga's home, the boys reminisce with her about when they were puppies, and then she tucks them in with a tendersweet lullaby that she used to sing to them when they were puppies.
The next morning, the boys, hoping to have waffles for breakfast, end up disappointed when they hear that they're having dog food, biscuits and bones. A bitter Clifford then claims that Molga never loved him and his brothers to begin with, because she left them on a stranger's doorstep. However, Molga then tries to explain that she had her reasons for doing this, those reasons being that the boys were too young to survive the long winter, and that there was a severe food shortage. That it was the great winter that was very cold and wasn't getting any better. However, she knew of a man (Mark Seville) who was very kind to the forest animals, and had no choice but to leave them there with him. She then admits that giving them up was the hardest thing she ever had to do. Clifford feels guilty for the thoughts he had before. Suddenly, the bull reappears, and tries to ram its way into the house several times, but soon notices a small ferret, and chases it instead. Meanwhile, Mark and The Doggets are still looking for them.
Back at Molga's home, after noticing the door being completely broken, the boys decide to have her come with them to live with Mark. But she tells them that she doesn't know anything about life in the city, and that she wants them to live with her. Clifford, failing to understand and not wanting to leave Mark behind, walks away to a nearby log, while Macold and T-Bone try to comfort him, telling him that they can't expect her to live in the city, that it would be like them trying to live in the forest, and that their lives are completely different, even though it doesn't mean that she doesn't love them. Suddenly, the bull comes back and attacks them. After missing the boys, the bull sees Molga, and rams into her, injuring her badly. A weakened Molga then backs up by the cliffside, and jumps up to a nearby branch, while the bull misses and falls into the river to his death. The boys hurry to their mother and fear the worst. They take her home and tend her wounds, while Clifford recites something that Macold and T-Bone told him.
The next day, the boys find that Molga is nowhere to be seen, and when they reach downstairs, they learn that Molga and the others are throwing them a surprise party, and that she tells them she never forgets their birthday and that she always celebrates it on the 14th. They then celebrate with some blues music. Mark and The Doggets, all of whom are tired and exhausted, find them, but decide not to disturb them. However, the boys notice Mark, and run up to him and give him a hug, telling him that they are coming back with him after all, but they'll be back in the forest for visits. After another celebration at Molga's house, this time with Mark and the girls, the special ends with the boys later that night back at home in bed with their birthday presents. They thank Mark for the presents. Then Clifford, after being asked what his birthday wish was, says that he initially wished they were like other families, but he has now realized that they have parents who love them very much. A teary, but happy Mark then closes the door as he leaves, after hearing this.
- Clifford as Alvin
- Mac as Simon
- T-Bone as Theodore
- Driscoll as Brittany
- Cleo as Jeanette
- Mi-A as Eleanor
- Mark Howard as Dave Seville
- Molga as Vinny
- Cheesy as Allie
- Chester, Michael, and Haslett as Allie's Children
- Sheriff Lewis as Forest Ranger
- Victor and Pedro as Hunters
- Carmelo as Boar
- Shackelford as Rabbit
- Mother and Child Reunion (written and originally performed by Paul Simon)
- Molga's Lullaby
- Molga's Blues
- Shake It Up (written by Ric Ocasek and originally performed by The Cars)