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Hello, I'm Lucy. I live at 64 Zoo Lane
and I have very special neighbours. Look!
# There's one with a hump, one who can jump, and one who is plump
# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane
# Some like it hot, some like it chilly, some like it silly
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# Some are friendly, some are scary But not one is ordinary
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# Some are spotty, some are stripy Prickly...woolly...furry...slimy
# Some are quite big Some are very small
# And Georgina is incredibly tall
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Bedtime, Lucy! >
Hi, everyone, sorry I'm late.
We thought you weren't coming.
-BOTH: Yeah! We thought you'd forgotten us.
-I'd never do that.
That's nice. Some animals have terrible memories.
Not elephants. No, not elephants.
-I know an animal with a bad memory. I forget what animal.
I have a story about a forgetful animal. Listen.
-This story is of Boris the bear.
-Who me? Your story is about me?
Yes, don't worry it's a very nice story. You told me it yourself.
-Is it all right, if I continue?
It was autumn in the forest where Boris lived.
The animals wanted to eat
as much as they could before winter.
-Boris the bear was feeling very hungry, too.
-No, not there.
But he had a problem.
Not there, either.
-Hello, Boris, what are you up to?
-I've lost my honeycomb.
I had it this morning, but now I can't find it anywhere.
Poor Boris! Hey, Beverley, did you hear?
Boris has lost his honeycomb.
Bad time to loose a honeycomb! Winter's coming!
Hey Randolph, heard the news?
What news? Boris has lost his honeycomb.
Aw...bad news, big fella!
The animals decided to try and help Boris.
I got it!
Boris, can't remember where he put the honeycomb
but he had it earlier today,
so we'll just repeat everything he's done.
Beverley, that's a mighty fine idea.
Let's start. What's the last thing you remember?
You don't have to walk backwards, Boris -
It's easier to remember like this.
Boris remembered he had been washing his paws.
-That would look nice in my cave.
-Boris, what are you doing?
Wow-oo! It's a nice piece of timber...Hey!
-Why are you going that way?
-We're not. Get off the log!
You'll...have to jump, Boris.
-But Boris didn't like getting wet.
-Hey, watch out for my dam.
That dam took AGES to build.
Boris will help you build a new one.
Let's concentrate. We haven't found Boris's honeycomb.
What did you do before you were at the river?
What were you doing out here in the middle of nowhere?
-I can't remember. I think I was running.
But you don't like exercise.
Yes. It's strange isn't it!
RUMBLING What was that noise?
Boris's stomach, probably. MORE RUMBLING
No, it came from over there.
Now, I remember why I was running.
To...get...away from the herd of bison.
Hey! Not that way, I've got mushrooms there.
My beautiful mushrooms!
Oh, oops, oh, sorry, Randolph.
Boris's friends wondered if they would ever find the honeycomb.
What did you do before the bison chased you, Boris?
Um...that's easy. I took a nap.
I can even remember where.
-That's the way, big fella!
-I was lying down on some soft moss.
This is good Boris. What else?
-Such lovely soft moss.
And I had my eyes shut.
It was so warm and cosy.
I don't think we're EVER going to find that honeycomb.
I like the mountains. The air is so fresh.
I only came up here to play in the snow!
You mean... We're not looking for honeycomb?
ALL: Oh, Boris!
You just can't help some animals.
Darn it... I lost my whole crop of mushrooms.
At least we tried!
Doesn't anyone want to play?
I think Boris is shouting to us.
He probably wants to play some silly game in the snow.
HE SIGHS ALL: BORIS!
You're a hero!
I was looking for my honeycomb.
Boris and his friends arrived back in the forest.
And Boris sat down on his favourite old log.
What's that under your log, Boris?
My honeycomb! Mmm!
You mean...? It was here all the time.
Under your nose?
How could I forget?
-Anyone for honey?
-Oh, Boris, you are funny sometimes!
When we need to remember...
We tie our tails in a knot. See?
-What are you trying to remember?
-I know the answer.
Is it Lucy's bedtime?
-Hmm, I should have guessed.
-Oh, well, goodnight everyone.
ALL: Sleep tight, Lucy!
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Subtitles by Gillian Clarke BBC Broadcast 2003
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