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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! #
I suppose you're wondering why we called you all here?
You said there was cake, old boy.
Mmm, and it's delicious!
Yes, I suppose it is. But that's not the MAIN reason.
Oh, huh, right.
The main reason is...
we know whodunnit.
EERIE PIANO CHORDS
Could it be the professor?
Or maybe the heiress?
Oh, no, no, no.
Or perhaps the ne'er-do-well gad-about.
He means you, old bean.
And the culprit is...
-What happened? Who screamed?
that was me. I dropped my cake.
All I'm saying is a rocket-powered baseball bat would be cool.
-Ms Perske delivered this cake plate an hour ago,
and it has a huge chip in it and the Johnson wedding is this weekend!
Can't you just use another one?
-No. They requested this one.
-Well, it wasn't me.
-I wasn't near that table.
-Arthur, do you know how this happened?
Uh, we were just outside playing baseball.
-Arthur's not telling you everything.
-Wha-what do you mean?
-I've got it all on tape with my spycam!
-Where'd you get that?
Oh, that's mine. I told DW she could use it while I was here.
VIDEO GAME: 'Level ten! You're dancing now!'
We sure are! Who knew competitive dancing could be so much fun!
-DOORBELL RINGS <
-Oh, thank you.
This should be safe here.
Buster, I've had enough. Let's play outside.
Pal! Pal, shoo!
Hey, Buster. Let's play some ball. Here, catch!
Arthur, I'm disappointed. Why didn't you say you were in the living room?
We were outside, but in the living room first. We didn't break it!
That's not what it sounds like on tape. I have to work
but tonight I want you to tell me what really happened.
I can't believe you videotaped us!
I'm glad I did, since it proves I didn't do it. Which reminds me,
you boys dance divinely! Have fun with your talk tonight!
-Dad doesn't believe us. We must prove we're telling the truth.
By finding out who did break that plate!
Hmm, who's most the most likely person to have broken something?
What would I be doing in your house?
I had a clarinet lesson this morning.
A-ha! If you weren't there,
then how did you know the plate was broken in the morning?!
Buster, we told him that when we came in.
Oh, yeah. Aw, that always works on TV.
Huh! You two need detective lessons.
Now, if you'll excuse me.
Detective lessons would be helpful.
Where do you get detective lessons?
This book, The Complete Sherlock Holmes,
-will teach you everything I know.
-Oh, I can't read this now.
I'm having a talk with my dad tonight.
As Holmes once said,
"The world is full of obvious things
"which nobody by chance ever observes."
You're best bet is to go back to the scene of the crime
and examine the evidence.
-Mom, believe me, we didn't break the plate.
-I want to believe you,
-but your dad showed me the tape.
-Are you sure the plate wasn't broken when you put it on the piano?
I checked it when it was delivered. It was fine.
We have two pieces of evidence, the plate and the videotape.
We need to examine them thoroughly. But how?
The way they do it in those crime labs on TV!
I think you'll want to see this.
I've studied the plate chip under a magnifying glass,
and compared it to patterns in THE work on the subject -
Dr Grant's Crystal Breaks, Chips, and Shards.
Here, take a look for yourself.
Here's your chipped plate,
and here's a picture of standard damage caused by a baseball.
-They're totally different!
The plate was broken by something metallic, about coin sized.
-That means it couldn't have been us!
There's more. I ran the audio from the tape
through some sound-enhancing software.
Let's listen to the regular tape first.
'Buster, let's play some ball.
Aw, that doesn't help! It still sounds like we broke it.
This time, through MY software.
-Listen just before the smash.
'Hey, Buster. Let's play some ball. Here, catch!
'METALLIC CLUNK SMASH!'
But, what was that sound?
Find that sound, and you'll find what broke that plate.
So there has to be something in this room
that made that sound and could break a plate.
Could this dried up jelly bean break a plate?
No, the Brain said something small and metallic,
-like a coin, or a bolt, or maybe a...
Yeah, I guess it could be a watch.
No, I found a watch!
Hmm, I've never seen this before. Hey, look at this,
"To Ms Perske, a great boss."
Isn't that the shop where your dad got the cake plate?
That's right! Mom said Ms Perske delivered it to our house.
But how could she break the plate with her watch?
But I told you boys, I never set foot in your house.
I must have lost my watch outside.
But we found it in my living room.
And now my watch is broken.
-It must have broken when it hit the cake plate.
-That's pretty unlikely.
Are you sure YOU didn't break it?
Just because we can't prove it doesn't mean it isn't true.
Ms Perske doesn't believe me. My dad doesn't believe me.
-I'm starting not to believe me.
-We need more help.
So the question is, how could the watch have gotten on the inside?
Oh, we have no idea.
Holmes says that "There is nothing more stimulating than a case
-"where all is against you."
-It flew through the window?
I suggest you check to see if the window was open.
Holmes says, "When every possibility is explored,
"whatever remains, no matter how unlikely, must be the truth."
See, it could have flown through the window.
Ms Perske said she pulled out of our driveway and headed that way.
She had her arm out her car window, the watch fell off on to the street.
But when she stopped to look for it, it was gone.
That was it! That was the sound!
No, it wasn't. That was just me saying "ouch".
Something just hit me in the arm.
Get your video camera, Buster. Sherlock Holmes
may believe in impossible things, but Dad needs proof.
-Thank you for coming.
-What do you mean? I'm here all the time.
-DW, quiet. Your brother is solving a mystery.
this should solve the mystery of who broke the plate. Buster?
At first, all signs pointed to Buster and me.
'Hey, Buster, let's play ball. Here, catch!'
Brain showed us that a baseball didn't break the plate.
-Then there was that sound.
That led us to Ms Perke's watch, which led us outside
to the biggest clue.
When this manhole cover is run over, it shifts,
causing the sound and launching anything on the cover -
a stone, or a watch - into the air.
-and yet true.
-I tested all the trajectories, Mr Read.
It was Ms Perske's watch, launched from that street,
which flew through the window and broke
the plate, which was sitting here.
I guess I owe Arthur and Buster an apology.
That's OK, Dad. I'm sorry, too.
I should have said I was playing catch inside.
-But I'm still short one expensive cake plate.
-Actually, you're not.
-I hope you don't mind, I invited Ms Perske to join us.
I apologise for my dramatic entrance,
but the chance to lurk in the wings until the "big Moment"
was just too good to pass up. I do so love a good mystery.
Yeah, if you're not the prime suspect.
I must say, though,
I had no idea the trouble my watch had caused.
-Well, it was no trouble, exactly.
Of course it was. And seeing as your son found my watch,
which has great sentimental value,
-I'm replacing your plate for free.
That's very kind.
I'll call the city to fix the manhole cover.
ALL: Oh, no! Oh, no...!
# Every day When you're walking down the street
# And everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
-# And I say hey