The Story of the End of Rainy Season Clean 64 Zoo Lane


The Story of the End of Rainy Season Clean

Cartoon about Lucy, who is told stories by the zoo's animals. The animals have a clearout at the end of rainy season.


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Hello! I'm Lucy.

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I live at 64 Zoo Lane, and I have some very special neighbours. Look!

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# There's one with a hump And one who can jump

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# And one who is a little bit plump

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# Some like it hot And some like it chilly

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# And some like it both ways and that's a bit silly

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# Some are friendly, some are scary

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# But one thing is sure Not one is ordinary

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# Some are spotty, some are stripy

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# Or prickly and woolly and furry and slimy

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# Some are quite big And some are very small

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# And the last one's Georgina

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# Who's incredibly tall

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Bedtime, Lucy! >

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OK, Mum.

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KNOCK AT WINDOW

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Whee!

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Hello, everyone.

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Ta-dah!

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HE LAUGHS

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Oh! What are all these for, Lucy?

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Presents.

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Mum said my room was really messy,

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so I've been having a clear out.

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You can have anything you like.

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-BOTH:

-Thanks, Lucy.

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Oh, I've always wanted one of these.

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Choo-choo-choo-choo-choo...

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Does it suit me?

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Mm!

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Oh, did I really put THAT in there?

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Mm-hmm.

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Is something the matter, Lucy?

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It's just that I used to wear that bracelet all the time.

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Hmm...

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I say!

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Do you remember the time when Herbert the warthog had a clear-out?

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The rainy season in Africa was coming to an end

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and all the animals came out to do their end-of-rainy-season cleaning.

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There. That's the river bed all cleaned, Doris.

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Well done, Kevin.

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How are you getting on, Toby?

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That's it, I think.

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I'll just sweep this over to the junk collection point for Patsy.

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Oh!

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Oh!

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Everyone was busy clearing up.

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Everyone, that is, except for Herbert the warthog.

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Herbert could never bring himself to throw anything away.

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Oh, yummy!

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HE LAUGHS

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Oh, bound to come in handy one day.

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Hello? Herbert?

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Here I am, Alan.

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Not doing any end-of-rainy-season cleaning this year, Herbert?

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Why would I need to do cleaning? I like my burrow the way it is.

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Oh, Zed asked me to remind you,

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it's the end-of-rainy-season concert tonight and we're making the music.

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Oh, hooray! I can't wait to get going on my musical rocks again!

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See you later at the volcano, then.

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Better have a quick practice. Now, where did I put those musical rocks?

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No. Oh, they must be in here somewhere.

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But, with Herbert's burrow so full of junk,

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it wasn't easy finding anything.

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DORIS SINGS

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Everywhere's looking so clean and tidy... Oh!

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Hey, who's throwing rubbish?

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-Oh, hi there, Doris. Fancy helping me look for my musical rocks?

-Oh.

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-I seem to have mislaid them.

-What a mess.

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No wonder you can't find anything!

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If you did a proper end-of-rainy-season clean,

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like everyone else, you'd be able to find things.

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I've never done an end-of-rainy-season clean before.

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-I'll help you, if you like.

-Thanks, Doris.

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If I were you, I'd throw the whole lot out and start again.

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I've got important things in here.

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In that case, why don't you make two piles?

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A "to keep" pile and a "throw away" pile.

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With Doris' help,

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Herbert's home was soon tidier than it had been in years.

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And then...

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My musical rocks!

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Oh! Oh! Quack! Quack!

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Looks like you're nearly done.

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I'll go and tell Patsy to drop by and collect the "throw away" pile.

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But, no sooner had Doris left, that Herbert began to wonder

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if he'd done the right thing, throwing so much stuff away.

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Oh, look. There's a bit of melon left on that.

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I really ought to keep that one.

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And that one.

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Why did Doris put that there? It's my favourite.

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There, that's better. Just time for a quick mud bath before the concert.

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Thank you, Doris.

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Nice bit of end-of-rainy-season cleaning you've done there.

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This is nothing. You should see what Herbert's throwing away this year.

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Herbert? He never does any end-of-rainy-season cleaning.

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Well, this year there's a huge pile of stuff

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outside his burrow for you to take.

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Oh! Marvellous.

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Oh!

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Aha! Here we are.

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One big old pile of rubbish.

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But poor Herbert was in for a bit of a shock.

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Where's everything gone?

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Of course. I left it all outside.

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Oh! Oh! Oh!

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It was all in a big pile, right here!

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Don't worry, Herbert.

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Patsy's taken it all away.

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All of it?

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What about my "to keep" pile?

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You're standing by it, Herbert.

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Patsy took the wrong pile.

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What exactly does Patsy do with the rubbish she collects?

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She takes it to Ronald the Rhino to be crushed, of course.

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Crushed?

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Oh, no. My musical rocks!

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Ready for the concert, Herbert?

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Not yet, no. I'll meet you at the volcano.

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That's great, Ronald.

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Anything for recycling, Tic Tic?

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Yes. This pretty flower.

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Ready, Ronald?

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Ready.

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Let's do this one next, Ronald.

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Oh, I hope I'm not too late.

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Oh!

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No!

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Oh, no. They're crushed.

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Was there something in here you wanted?

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I think some of these watermelon skins are OK.

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I don't mind about the watermelon skins.

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But my musical rocks.

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Your musical rocks?

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Herbert, why did you put them in with all that rubbish?

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I didn't. At least, I didn't mean to.

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I'll never get new ones in time for the concert.

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Suddenly, Herbert understood that most of his junk

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didn't matter much to him at all.

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DRUMS PLAY

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My rocks!

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Tic Tic has recycled them.

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Thank you, so much. Thanks, Tic Tic.

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With a one, a two, a one, two, three, four!

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THEY PLAY MUSIC

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It was an end-of-the-rainy-season concert everyone would remember

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for a very long time.

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Especially Herbert the warthog.

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It's true, Nelson. You can't keep everything.

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But some things are too precious to give away.

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You keep the bracelet, Lucy.

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Oh, thanks, Georgina.

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Can I give you one of these instead?

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Yes, a hug.

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Night, everyone!

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Sweet dreams, Lucy!

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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane. #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Cartoon series about Lucy, who lives next door to a zoo and every night is told a story by the animals.

It is the end of the rainy season and Patsy the porcupine will soon be arriving to tidy up the savannah. The animals are busy having a clearout, except for Herbert the warthog who cannot bring himself to throw anything away. When he can not find his musical rocks for the concert that night he is encouraged by Doris the duck to have a clearout.


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