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# Every day you walk down the street Everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
-# And I say, hey!
# What a wonderful kind of day We can learn to work and play
# And get along with each other
# You gotta listen to your heart Listen to the beat
# Listen to the rhythm of the street Open your eyes! Open your ears!
# Get together, make things better By working together
# It's a simple message And it comes from the heart
# Believe in yourself For that's the place to start
-# And I say, hey!
-What a wonderful kind of day
# We can learn to work and play And get along with each other
# What a wonderful kind of day, hey! What a wonderful kind of day, HEY! #
Some things aren't as bad as they seem, as long as you're prepared.
-Have no fear!
It's a good thing I brought my monster shrinker-vater!
-Are you sure you know where you're going?
We just have to cross this crocodile-infested river.
What are you doing? There's no bridge!
Of course there are some things you can never be prepared for.
Arthur, come meet your baby sister, Dora Winifred!
It's story time!
Let's put on our listening ears and come to the circle!
DW, it's story time!
DW! Get on your listening ears!
# I can share, you can share... #
(GETTING LOUDER:) # ..Sharing, sharING EVERYWHERE!
-# IT'S A TON, A TON OF FUN, SHARING TOYS WITH EVERYONE...#
DW, keep it down!
Hey! What are you doing?
I'm trying to study for a math test, but the TV's too loud.
Give it back! It's MY TV time!
It is a little too loud, honey. I could hear it from the kitchen.
# IT'S COUNTING TIME! WILL YOU HELP ME COUNT TO TEN? #
DW, that's too close to the screen.
-Move back a little.
-But I can't hear it if I'm not close.
It's nice to meet you, DW. I'm Dr Tinnitus. How are you feeling?
I'm only here cos my brother is mean and selfish and hates Mary Moo Cow.
DW has had several ear infections this year, one after another.
But my ears don't hurt at all right now!
Let's take a look. This is my otoscope.
It helps me see inside your ears.
Hmm. There's some gunky stuff trapped in the middle ear
-on this side.
-But I don't feel it.
Even though it doesn't hurt,
-the fluid is making it harder for you to hear.
Sound travels in waves. It goes in your outer ear first.
Yahoo! Ha-ha-ha! Whoa!
It travels through the ear canal and then it bounces off the eardrum
-on its way to the middle ear.
But your middle ear has a lot of gunk inside,
so the sound gets stuck.
When the sound can't get through, you have trouble hearing.
But how do I get the gunk out?
The best way to get it out is to put tubes in your ears.
You're gonna put tubes in my ears?!
But won't I look weird?
-I am, but this degunkifier is heavy!
The tubes are really tiny.
Here, I'll show you.
I put them inside your ears, and the gunk drains out, simple as that.
-But how do you get them in there?
-You'll need to come to the hospital
where we'll put you to sleep, put in the tubes and then wake you up.
It's a pretty simple operation.
DW's operation is scheduled for next week.
Go ahead. YOU should have it.
What movie should we see this afternoon?
Whatever DW wants to see.
Pretty Pony's Princess Adventure.
Here you go.
I want juice, not milk.
Then get it your...!
What is wrong with you? Why are acting so...so nice?
-Because you're about to have an operation.
So it's a big deal. And you're being really brave about it.
I am? I didn't know on operation was something I had to be brave about.
Well, it is. And you're doing a really good job.
Now let me get you some juice.
DW. I'm gonna give you an exam
to make sure you're ready for surgery tomorrow.
What if I'm NOT ready?
Don't worry. It's our job to make sure that you are.
I'm going to take some blood now.
It may hurt a little, but not for very long.
You can sit in your Dad's lap if you like.
-No, no, I don't need a lap.
-Are you sure?
Well, if it makes you feel better...
Wait! I can't look! Hold me tighter! Tighter!
Not THAT tight! Dad, don't let go!
DW, it's over.
You're a brave girl!
I guess I am! Arthur would've cried like a baby.
And here's a hospital bear. You can operate on him at home if you like.
Thanks! ..Let's go! This operation's gonna be a piece of cake.
Not yet, dear. You've still got some more doctors to see.
And then I saw a doctor called an...
an-aes-the-si-olo-gist. That's the longest word I've ever said!
What does he do?
He makes sure I'm asleep during the operation.
And I have to make sure my stomach's empty,
so I can't eat or drink anything after midnight.
That doesn't sound so bad.
Easy for you to say! You're not the one missing breakfast.
Time for bed, honey.
What if it doesn't work? What if I wake up before the operation is over?
The doctors know exactly how much medicine to give you,
so you won't wake up until it's over.
Don't worry, DW. Everything will be fine. Just keep being brave.
-Now get some rest. Sweet dreams!
-MRS MORGAN (AS DOCTOR):
-Ready for your "listening ears" operation?
Um, I'm not sure.
We'd better check her bravery levels first.
Lie down in the brave-o-scope, DW.
What? What's wrong?
I've never seen anything like it!
She has no bravery at all! Not a single speck!
Poor DW! She'll probably never be able to swim without water wings.
I'm cured and I'll prove it!
I can hear the TV, loud and clear.
But the sound is turned all the way down.
Exactly! I can hear it even with the sound off!
Let's cancel the operation and have pancakes!
It's OK to feel scared, but you need this operation to fix the problem
with your ears.
Everything's gonna be all right.
Let's see, I've got Dancing Dinos, Cute Kittens, Pretty Pony...
You are the best patient ever!
Here's a "Number One Patient" sticker, just for you!
Stick out your hand.
It's a good luck mark from my lucky pencil.
Oh. OK. Just make sure you erase it with your lucky eraser
when this is all over.
All right, I'm ready for my number one patient!
And I get to carry you in.
We love you.
Everybody loves me! I'm the number one patient!
We'll see you as soon as you wake up.
DW HUMS "TWINKLE TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR"
Be gone, evil troll!
It's not fair! I was so quiet!
No-one is too quiet for Super Ear Girl. Now, leave this forest at once!
Thank you, Super Ear Girl!
I'll never forget you!
DW? Hi, there!
I'm...I'm ready for the operation.
It's already over. We can go home soon.
You are the best patient ever!
-Hey, she told me
-was the best patient ever!
DW's fine. (In fact, I know she's all better,
(cos she's driving me crazy again.)
I heard that!
I'm getting tired of looking at fur.
Can I look in your ears?
-Please, please, plea-ea-ease?
Hi, Arthur. I'm Dr DW. Let's look at your ears.
Oh! Your ears look fine,
but your brains are missing.
We'll have to operate right away.
I promise you won't feel a thing!
Oh, come on!
What are you scared of? It's just a little brain operation!
DW is having trouble hearing and needs an ear operation. Is it okay to be just a little bit scared? With the support of her parents, doctors and nurses, and even Arthur, she learns to be brave, and discovers how hospitals help kids every single day.