Preschool puppet show. A knight named Sir Gary checks in to the Furchester Hotel because he's heard there are many problems there and wants to help.
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# Welcome to The Furchester Hotel
# Your room is ready for you
# Just need to get the bed
# The lamp, the desk, the rug The sink
# A pillow for your head
# The hotel's run by monsters and staff beyond compare
# We've got the kind of service you won't find anywhere
-# So welcome
-To The Furchester
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# Welcome... #
# To The Furchester
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-# Dining style
# Cookie come with every meal
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-# Here's your keys
-So check right in
-Let your furry stay begin
# Welcome to The Furchester Hotel. #
Fergus will show you to your room, Mrs Billflapper.
Elmo's got you. Elmo's got you.
There you go, little guy.
I see young Webster's learning to fly.
-Oh, wait, hold the lift, please!
Hold the lift.
Enjoy your stay.
-Any more guests to check in today, Mum?
-Just the one.
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Oh, that'll be him now.
Greetings, people of the Furchester.
I am Sir Gary,
brave knight of the triangular table.
Oh, welcome to our hotel, Sir Gary.
We welcome you with furry arms.
Why, thank you, fair maiden.
Oh, I'm blushing.
I have travelled here over land and sea, as I have heard tales of
the many, MANY problems you have here at the Furchester Hotel.
Oh, I'm not sure about the many, MANY problems.
No, no - it's many, many, MANY problems.
Has anyone seen my book?
-I'm sure it's here somewhere.
-Ah-ha! A problem already.
Have no fear, Sir, I shall search long and far for this book.
Erm, it's all right.
I've found it.
It was just down the side of my chair. No problem.
Phoebe, Elmo, will you take Sir Gary to the chivalry suite?
-Oh, sure, Auntie Funella.
-Why, thank you again, fair maiden.
I'm off to find my hotel room.
I shall climb mountains,
I shall swim through rivers filled with crocodiles...
Actually, it's just up the stairs.
-Yeah, third room to the left.
-lead the way.
-You're almost there.
-Here it is.
Oh, yes, perfect.
what is your quest for?
Finally, a problem.
I shall help you find this "tea" that you search for.
It's all right, Sir Gary. They know where it is.
-It's down in the dining room.
-Yeah, in the teapot.
Oh, well, this isn't much of a challenge for a knight.
The Furchester Hotel doesn't seem to have any problems at all.
Boy! Sir Gary seems kind of disappointed.
-Yeah. I hope he finds a problem soon.
-Sir Gary's sad because there aren't any problems.
This is a huge problem.
How can we make Sir Gary happy again?
Oh, let's put our furry heads together and think.
Sir Gary is unhappy because we don't have any problems.
So what would make him happy?
WE can make up a problem for Sir Gary to solve.
That would cheer him up.
Elmo thinks that's a great idea.
Yeah, it's worth a try.
Sir Gary, we need you.
We have a problem.
If you have a problem, Sir Gary will solve it.
The fair lady, Cookierella...
-..has lost her giant cookie.
It the family treasure.
This is a problem!
And I will solve it.
I shall look for it in the gloomy forests that lie to the west.
Oh, yeah, me pretty sure it in hotel somewhere.
Then we will begin our search...
Perhaps it is underneath you -
the fairest of bell-monsters.
No, it is not.
It's not behind the counter.
And no giant cookie behind the chicken.
Well, Sir Gary, we haven't looked everywhere.
Oh, you're right, young squire.
We must continue the search.
To the land of the large leaves, yonder!
He means the garden.
Elmo doesn't see a giant cookie anywhere.
It must be here somewhere.
I have found it, behind this large rosebush.
Oh, boy, oh, boy - the treasure is mine once more.
Sir Gary, it is I - King Fergus.
I need your help.
The keys to the Royal tool cupboard have gone missing!
I shall search every key until I find THE key to open this
Royal tool cupboard.
Yeah, and when Sir Gary does,
Phoebe and Elmo will make up another problem for Sir Gary to solve...
these are made up problems?
they're not real?
Well, the thing is...
Oh, we've been...
we've been making up problems so you'd have problems to solve.
I mean, that's very kind of you, gentle monsters,
but a knight needs real problems to solve.
I'm going to have to leave and find a hotel that has...
But no hotel has as many problems as we do!
Sir Gary's checking out?
Yes, Funella, my dearest.
We don't have any problems for him to solve.
This is a big problem!
It's a catastrophe!
DING! DING! DING!
# It's more than just a slip up Or a mess-up or a mishap
# A Furchester catastrophe We need to fix it fast-rophe
# Put it in the past-rophe This simply can not last-rophe
# A Furchester catastrophe The problem is so bad-strophe
# We're really flabbergast-rophe Let's ding the bell for blast-trophe
# Catastrophe catastrophe What a disas-trophe
# Catastrophe catastrophe We need to fix it fast-trophe
# Catastrophe catastrophe Let's put it in the past-trophe
# It's a catastra, what a disaster It's a catastrophe! #
Fair thee well, Furchester.
Sir Gary is leaving.
Off to find a hotel with real problems.
Bye-bye, Sir Gary.
Oh, what's the matter, Mrs Billflapper?
It's her duckling, Webster.
He's learning to fly and he's...stuck up a bookshelf.
A duckling stuck up a bookshelf?
There IS a duckling stuck on a bookshelf.
Can you help?
Please, Sir Gary?
Never fear, feathered maiden, Sir Gary to the rescue!
I shall climb this bookshelf and rescue the young duckling.
Actually, I'm not sure about that, Sir Gary. It's a bit wobbly.
-I really need to sort that out, actually.
-Oh! This is a problem!
What if we use it to catch Webster?
Now you're thinking like a knight, Phoebe.
Come along, young duckling.
Jump and we will catch you.
You are very welcome.
Well, the problem's solved
-and I couldn't have done it without you two.
-We were happy to help.
-Does this mean you'll stay?
-Now that you know that we have real problems?
I don't need to.
You've got two brave problem solvers right here.
I hereby name you Lady Phoebe and Sir Elmo....
..knights of the Furchester,
to carry on is solving problems after I've left.
Oh, and it looks like you've got your first problem.
Webster's flown out into the garden and landed in a tree!
Sir Elmo and Lady Phoebe to the rescue!
DING! DING! DING! DING!
-# We've had such fun together
-It's been a monster day
-# The Furchester is furrier
-When you come to stay
# So don't check out Don't check out
# Please please please Please don't go
-# Don't check out
-Don't check out
# No no no no no no no Please please don't check out!
# Farewell from The Furchester Hotel! #
A knight named Sir Gary checks in to the Furchester Hotel because he's heard there are many problems there and wants to help. But when he arrives, he's disappointed that there are no problems to be solved at all. The Furchesters tell him that normally there really are lots of problems, just not at the moment. Sir Gary seems very sad, so the Furchesters put their furry heads to think of a way to keep Sir Gary happy. Phoebe has a monster idea to make up some problems for Sir Gary to solve. He's very happy, but then Elmo tells Sir Gary that they can make up lots of problems for him. Oops! Sir Gary is very upset to learn that these aren't real problems. He says with a heavy heart that he's checking out to find a hotel with real problems. But as Sir Gary goes to leave, there is a real problem in the hotel.