Animation following the adventures of a young aardvark and his friends. DW tells everyone that she is a fantastic skater, but she cannot even stand up on the ice!
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# Every day, walking down the street Everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
# And I say hey! What a wonderful kind of day
# If you could learn to work and play
# And get along with each other
# Listen to your heart Listen to the beat
# Listen to the rhythm of the street
# Open your eyes, open your ears
# Get together and 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
# If you learned to work and play And get along with each other
# Hey! What a wonderful kind of day. #
Wouldn't it be great if you only had to do something a few times
to be really good at it?
I thought the number 3 wood.
A hole in one!
And to think this is your first time on a real golf course!
Languages would be a cinch too.
Excusez-moi, mais pourriez-vous prendre notre photo?
And you could become an amazing artist in no time at all.
Beneath their smiling exterior, you can see the loss,
-persistence and eventual triumph of generations!
But, as we all know, life just isn't like that.
Unless of course you're DW.
What do you mean it doesn't look like a cat?
You just can't appreciate good art.
Everything I do is perfect!
A little bit more...
More. Come on, we want his head to be nice and big.
OK, good enough.
Put it on top.
Hey, Emily, how do you like my snowman? I'm almost finished.
C'est super magnifique.
I don't know what that means but thanks anyway. What are those?
Invitations to my party.
Here. Give it to your mother.
-James, one for you too.
-Didn't you just have a party last month?
That was my beginning-of-winter party.
This is my middle-of-winter party, with ice-skating.
Ice-skating? We love ice-skating! We play hockey all the time.
Yeah, look. I even have a scar.
-We'll teach you some moves, DW.
-I have my own, thanks.
I've been skating since I was three.
I'm probably the best skater in school.
Oh, yeah? We'll just see about that. By the way,
your snowman needs a hat.
-I have to finish passing these out.
See you Saturday. A tout a l'heure.
A tootler to you too!
Great. Everyone's gonna know how to ice-skate except me.
Don't worry, James.
With DW as your personal instructor, you'll be skating in no time.
-Watch out, skater coming through!
You should look both ways before you get on the rink.
This isn't a rink. You shouldn't slide around. You could get hurt.
I have to practise! I'm giving James an ice-skating lesson tomorrow
-and I'm a little rusty.
DW, you've only gone skating three times before.
So? I'm a natural.
Yeah, a natural disaster.
I heard that! You're just jealous
because I got all the applause last time we went skating. Remember?
You had dinner standing up that night
because you were too sore to sit down.
So I fell a few times. Who doesn't fall?
Anyway, I'm much better now.
I can feel it.
Did you make sure my skates have new laces?
And the blades need to be extra-sharp so I can go really fast.
Your ice skates are fine just as they are, DW. Now go to sleep.
Can't wait to show those Tibbles a thing or two.
Hi, James. Wanna play hockey with us?
Yeah, you could be the puck!
-DW's showering us with ice from her super-fast spinning!
-I can't see!
-Just do what I do.
The trick is to keep your balance.
Um...that was just to show you what COULD happen
if you don't keep your balance.
The sun was in my eyes that time.
That kid messed me up.
-Are you OK?
Of course I'm OK.
You were breathing on me, that's all. Stop breathing on me!
Hey, DW, teaching James how to FALL?
If you knew anything about ice-skating, Tommy Tibble,
you'd know that this ice is too lumpy.
(Walk me to the edge.) That's it, one step at a time, James.
-See? It's all in the ankles.
-Is the lesson over?
Yes, the lesson's over and I can't teach you any more.
You're a terrible student!
Hey! How was the ice-skating lesson?
-I don't want to talk about it.
-Cup of tea?
-Nadine, I have something important to say.
I'm not that good at ice-skating.
What? You're the best ice-skater in the entire pre-school!
I'm not! I stink! Even I think I'm bad!
And I love everything I do.
But the worst part is that I told everybody I was really good.
I'm going to be the laugh stocking of Emily's party.
Not if you get Emily to have some other kind of party.
Feast your eyes on this.
-What is it?
for how to have your own Very Merry Mary Moo Cow party.
Look - there are decorations and prizes
and a Mary Moo Cow cornucopia filled with chocolate.
All you have to do is get your mom to send away for the kit.
-Hey, maybe I'll do it for my end-of-winter party.
-No, do it now!
I mean...it would be much more fun than silly old ice-skating.
# La, la, la, watch me spin... #
What could be more boring than that?
That was really good!
-But...I thought you liked ice-skating.
-It's OK, I guess...
but this is a party!
It's too late. Mother already reserved the rink and everything.
You really think it's going to be boring?
No, I'm sure everyone will have a blast.
Everyone except me.
-I'm sorry, DW.
I'll have to ask you to leave.
This party's only for people who REALLY know how to ice-skate.
-Ooh! I don't think I can make it to the door!
-That's all right.
We'll help you.
This is more your speed.
It's the chickenpox. They've come back.
You can't have the chickenpox, DW. You only get those once.
Then maybe it's the rooster pox. Look. I'm covered in spots.
Those are freckles.
I thought you were looking forward to Emily's party.
-That was before.
-Before she realised
-she couldn't skate as well as she thought.
-Mind your own beeswax!
Well, maybe Arthur will give you a refresher course before the party.
..Good. Now, just point your skates in a little.
There! You did it! You stopped on your own.
Hey, that wasn't so hard.
Now teach me to do jumps and skate on one leg.
That'll really impress those Tibbles.
-I don't know how to do that stuff!
-What about going backwards?
That's too complicated. Let's try doing a simple turn.
I don't want to do a simple turn. I want to do fancy stuff!
You can't until you learn the basics.
Fine. I'll just teach myself.
I don't need your help.
DW, I'm so glad you came early!
Why aren't you out on the ice?
I, um, just hurt my leg doing a triple klutz.
That's a very fancy ice-skating jump.
Oh. Well, I hope it gets better soon.
Bonjour, Pierre! Wait right there.
-Are you going to skate?
-After all, I'm a...terrible student.
-No, you aren't.
I said that because I was upset I was falling so much.
Oh? Well, are you going to skate?
Woh! EMILY LAUGHS
Hey, you guys, you're supposed to skate on your feet,
-not your derrieres.
-This is the way hockey players do it.
Using the sticks.
-The Tibbles aren't as good as I thought they'd be.
-Neither is Emily.
Sure looks like fun. We COULD try it for a little bit.
-No-one will think you look silly as long as you're with me.
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Animation following the adventures of a young aardvark and his friends. DW tells her friends that she is a fantastic skater. The truth is, she can barely stand on ice! And with Emily's skating party coming up, how will DW face everyone and tell them the truth?