Mr Always Right Arthur


Mr Always Right

Animated series about a biped aardvark, based on Marc Brown's books. Buster is fed up with the Brain always being right, and becomes desperate to catch him out.


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# Every day when you're walking down the street

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# Everybody that you meet has an original point of view

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# And I say, "Hey!"

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-#

-Hey!

-What a wonderful kind of day!

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# We can learn to work and play

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# And get along with each other

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# You've got to listen to your heart Listen to the beat

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# Listen to the rhythm of the street

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# Open up your eyes, open up your ears

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# Get together and make things better by working together

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# It's a simple message and it comes from the heart

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# Believe in yourself for that's the place to start

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# And I say, "Hey!"

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-#

-Hey!

-What a wonderful kind of day!

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# We can learn to work and play

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# And get along with each other

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-# What a wonderful kind of day!

-Hey!

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-# What a wonderful kind of day!

-Hey!

-#

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Hey, DW!

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-Hey!

-Whoa!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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-You're out!

-No way, I'm safe.

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You're...out!

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-Told you!

-Isn't it annoying when someone is always right?

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Francine usually is about sports. With Binky, it's music.

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No, no, no! You came in too quickly, you're behind and you're flat.

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Let's try it again, and with some enthusiasm!

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And Buster, Buster is almost never wrong when it comes to candy.

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The chocolate is dry and the nuts are stale.

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I'd say this candy bar was left here...some time in December,

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around the 15th. Want it?

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Eewww!

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-Fortunately, no-one is ever right about everything.

-Excuse me, Arthur,

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I hate to interrupt, but that sentence was poorly constructed.

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What do you mean?!

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You don't need to use both 'ever' and 'always'. It's redundant.

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That's just your opinion!

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No, it says so here in the Skunk and Blight Manual of English Usage.

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Ahem, let me read from chapter seven.

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"When constructing a sentence, it is best to avoid redundancies."

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Pretty annoying, isn't it?

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CHEERING

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Arthur gets the mint chip

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and Buster gets the double-dipped, mocha, banana berry blast,

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-extra jimmies, hold the cherry!

-Ah, the number five!

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Hey, you wanna see what I got for my mom for her birthday?

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-HE COUGHS

-What is it?!

-A hat.

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I thought it might be something from your food collection.

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-What do you think?

-BABY CRIES

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Um...maybe it'll look better on your mother.

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Ah...it looked OK in the store, but now I'm not so sure.

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You could probably exchange it.

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Will you come with me tomorrow? There's so many hats!

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-I get overwhelmed.

-Sorry, I have to help my dad clean out the garage.

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How about you, Brain? Wanna help me pick out a new hat?

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Sure, I'll be glad to help!

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No.

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-No, too flowery.

-Ah-ha!

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Buster, it's her birthday. She's not graduating college!

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-Hey, what about this one?

-It has a hole in it!

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Maybe something's supposed to go there and it fell off.

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No, it's just a moth hole. How about those Tyrolean hats?

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Hey!

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How about this one?

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-Pretty snazzy, eh?!

-I don't think so.

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Now this, this is perfect.

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-Well, what's wrong with this one?

-There's too much orange in it.

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Here, take this one. Trust me.

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I think you're wrong. I think she'll love this one.

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-But this one matches her eyes!

-Her eyes aren't green!

-Yes, they are.

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Oh, yeah, they are.

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Well, they're not that shade of green. I'm buying this one.

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-Are you sure about this?

-Brain, she's my mother.

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I think I know what she would like a little better than you!

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Oh, my!

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It's so...bold.

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-Do you like it?

-I think it's wonderful.

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-Thank you so much, sweetie. Mwa!

-Try it on.

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It'll be great for a party.

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I better take it off now so we don't get it dirty.

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It's been almost a week and she hasn't worn the hat.

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-I guess Brain was right.

-As usual.

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He's right about things that aren't his business. Doesn't it bug you?

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-No.

-It bugs me!

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Once, just once I'd like to see him be wrong.

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-I'm sure Brain's been wrong plenty of times.

-'A' again, Alan.

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Excellent work.

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-Oh, yeah!

-No-one's perfect, Buster.

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You're right. One day, he has to slip up,

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and I'm going to be there when he does.

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Hey, Buster! What'll it be? A number five?

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No, I'm trying something different today. One scoop of mint,

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fudge, pretzels, coconuts, sprinkles, hot fudge, whipped cream,

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four cherries and a teaspoon of rainbow jimmies, and I'm in a rush!

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Here you go. That's 3.75, please.

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It's perfect.

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You want your change? You gave me 3.95.

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Hey, Brain, how's it going?

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Say, do you know what the capital of Romania is?

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Bucharest. Why?

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-How about Czechoslovakia?

-There is no more Czechoslovakia.

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-It was split into the Czech Republic in Slovakia.

-You're wrong!

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-It's Prague, see?

-That's the library's old atlas.

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The new one's on the podium. Why are you quizzing me?

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Quizzing you? Ha, I'm not quizzing you.

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Can't a kid just ask a question?

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-How about Bulgaria?

-Sofia.

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PHONE RINGS

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Alan, telephone for you.

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Good evening, Sir. You have been randomly selected to win a prize

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if you correctly answer this question - what is the square root

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-of 1,764?

-Buster, why are you calling me at 9.30 at night?!

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Er, sorry, wrong number!

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HE SIGHS

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-Hello?

-42!

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Oh...!

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He'll slip up some day. I know he will.

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-Admit it, I finally caught you!

-No you, didn't.

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You said it was gonna rain today, and look, not a cloud in the sky!

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-You were wrong.

-I said it looked like rain.

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It was just an opinion, not a fact!

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-Well, then, your opinion was wrong!

-THUNDER CLAPS

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# These answers he's making are never mistaken,

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# He's Mr Alwaysright

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# These answers he's making, they're never mistaken

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# He's Mr Alwaysright! #

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I'll get you yet, Mr Alwaysright!

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Train A leaves the station at 8.45, going 60 miles an hour, and Train B

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-leaves the station at nine...

-I'm not going to answer you!

-Why?

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You're afraid you'll get it wrong, aren't you?

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No! I'm just tired of you pestering me.

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Is this because you didn't take my advice about your mom's hat?

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-Arthur told me she didn't like that orange thing.

-No!

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OK, it is. There, you're right again! You're always right.

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And I'm always wrong.

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Gustave Eiffel designed many structures,

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but he's most famous for building which structure?

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-Yes, Alan?

-The...Pyramids?

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N-No, not even close.

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It's the Eiffel Tower, of course. Do you feel all right, Alan?

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Fine. I guess I just...

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-made a mistake.

-Did you hear that?!

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-Brain said he made a mistake?!

-WHISPERING

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OK, let's settle down everyone.

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He was wrong, Brain was really wrong?!

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Woo-hoo! Finally!

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Do you know the correct answer, Mr Baxter?

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Er...

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1492?

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GIGGLING

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Hey, Brain, you knew the answer to that question earlier, didn't you?

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If I say yes, are you gonna follow me until you catch me making a mistake?

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No. Sorry I've been such a pest.

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I was just upset that I didn't pick something my mom liked. I still am.

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-Maybe she can return it and get...

-That one!

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-Muffy, where did you get that hat?

-Oh, this?

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Isn't it "charmant"? I got it at the clothing exchange.

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-Buzz had a whole box of them.

-Ha, ha, ha, ha!

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This one has a hole in it.

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So does this one. Wait, they all have holes in them!

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Because I haven't sewn these on yet.

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The beetle berets were discontinued cos this bug kept falling out.

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But if you use thicker thread, it works fine. Like this one.

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Buster, I was wrong and you were right.

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-I thought it was a moth hole, remember?

-Who cares?! I'll take it.

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Isn't it great?

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And she was able to get some gloves for the other hat we returned.

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Here you go. This one's on the house!

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-Happy birthday, Mrs Baxter.

-Thank you, Alan.

-Er, Brain...

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-This is a number five. I ordered the number three.

-Really?

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I could've sworn you said...

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-Oh, well, my mistake.

-Ha, ha, ha! Just wanted to hear you say it!

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Don't worry, Brain, you were right.

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# Every day when you're walking down the street

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# And everybody that you meet

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# Has an original point of view

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-# And I say, "Hey!"

-Hey!

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-# What a wonderful kind of day!

-Hey!

-#

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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E-mail [email protected]

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It seems that Brain is always right about everything and it's really starting to get on Buster's nerves. But Buster is convinced that someday Brain will make a mistake - and when he does, Buster will be waiting. But is friendship really about being right or wrong?


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