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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! #
Aw, don't worry.
It's fine. Five second rule.
I never eat anything after it's been on the floor more than five seconds.
Or...is it the ten second rule? I forget.
Do any of you have a friend like this?
A friend who's just a little...sloppy?
See you in class!
One, two, three, four...
five, six, seven, eight...
nine, ten! Ready or not, here I come!
Buster, are you taking your bath?
Just finishing, Mom!
What do you do?
Do you tell them?
I mean, don't you HAVE to tell them?
-Hey, Buster's annual pool party is this weekend. Are you going?
"Meeting after school at the Sugar Bowl. Don't tell Buster."
Sorry I'm late. What's this all about? Why can't I tell Buster?
-This is about Buster!
-As you're late, we'll tell you what we've decided.
You have to tell Buster to stop being so disgusting all the time!
-Tell him to stop eating food off the floor!
-Wash his hands once in a while!
-Cover his mouth when he sneezes!
ALL: Stop hiding garbage cans!
why don't you tell him?
Because you're his best friend. He'll listen to you.
-Just tell him if he keeps it up, he's gonna get sick.
Tell him if he doesn't stop it, I won't come to his pool party.
Tell him... Duck!
Not you, Arthur! Go out there and tell him.
Ah, wow! Somebody threw away a harmonica!
Buster! Wait a minute.
Hey, Buster. There's something I, er...wanted to tell you.
Did Buster just take a harmonica out of the garbage?!
Shh! I think Arthur's telling him.
-Did you tell him?
-What did he say?
-Is he gonna do it?
I think so. He smiled and said, "Uh-huh".
Phew! I'm glad that's over with.
BUSTER PLAYS HARMONICA
Is that what I think it is?
OK, plan B.
-Oh, hey, Arthur!
maybe I didn't mention yesterday, there's these things called germs...
-Germs haven't hurt me yet!
haven't you ever been sick?
You're staying home from school today, Buster.
OK, wrong question.
Well, you may not care about germs,
but you're probably passing them on to us.
What germs, Arthur? I don't see them, do you?
How do we know they even exist? Oops!
Oh, don't worry about it, Francine. It's a pudding. It still works fine.
-Any ideas for plan C?
-We can still say we won't come to his pool party.
-That's sure to work!
-But that would crush him.
There's one other thing we can try...
-Those are germs?
-Yep, they're hearty microscopic organisms
capable of carrying tons of diseases.
Don't they look just like aliens waiting to attack?
I don't know, they look more like multivitamins.
No, wild rice!
Goodnight, Mom. Goodnight, wild rice.
Oh, just germs. Brain told me they're on everything that isn't washed.
Well, they're not on my Buster cos he's as clean as a whistle!
Hey, Buster, come on in!
How did this get in here?
SQUEAKING AND SCREECHING
SQUEAKY LAUGHTER AND SCREECHING
Mm! You smell very clean this morning, Buster!
Hi, Buster! Hey, I've got something to show you.
Yeah, I... Are you wearing hockey gloves?
Er, yeah! I, erm...
My hands get cold sometimes.
So I got this really cool book to show you.
-Are you OK?
I'll meet you in class!
Oh, no! Now I have to wash my whole mouth!
Buster...please take your seat.
Now, when we multiply fractions, we multiple the two numerators
then we multiple the two denominators,
and then divide those products like so. Any questions?
Er...Mr Ratburn, how many germs are there in this school?
Well, that's not exactly a math question,
but I suppose there are thousands on that pencil in your mouth.
See, Buster, it's not so hard being clean.
Er... SQUEAKY LAUGHTER
-Don't you feel better?
You know, Buster, you don't have to be THAT clean.
Well, are there germs or aren't there?
-You know, Buster, there are good germs as well as bad.
We couldn't digest our food if we didn't have bacteria inside us.
They're already inside of me?! Excuse me, I have to wash my hands.
Great! Now you've turned your best friend into a nervous wreck.
Yeah, and you've probably ruined a perfectly good pool party!
Are you sure we can't call everybody and cancel?
Buster, we rented out all this stuff and sent out invitations!
I wish you'd tell me what's got you so worried.
I'll get it!
ALL: Pool time!
Not yet. Shower first.
-What's he talking about?
-Why do I have to take a shower?
Aren't you gonna swim with us?
Just watching everyone have fun is enough for me!
CHEERING AND LAUGHTER
-I'm starting to miss that harmonica.
-Something has to be done about this!
-Don't look at me!
OK, Buster, here's the deal. We don't want you to be slobby,
but we don't want you to be a nervous wreck either!
We just want you to be like us.
-So come out here and have some fun!
Don't touch me!
I am having fun. I just don't wanna touch anything! Ah!
HE SCREAMS AND SPLUTTERS
Germs! Ah, ah, ah!
I'm OK! I'm...OK!
See? We told you you were being crazy.
I guess that was kinda mean, huh?
-We all pitched in and got you something, Buster.
-To say sorry.
ALL: Yeah, that's right.
We don't care if you're slobby or afraid of germs,
you can be what you wanna be. We just wanna stay friends with you.
Really?! Ah, thanks!
I'm sorry, too. I guess I got a little carried away.
I was seeing germs everywhere!
They ARE everywhere, Buster.
But good hygiene does keep the bad ones under control.
Open your present!
A new harmonica!
A clean one!
Er...just to be safe.
# Every day you walk down the street And everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
# And I say, "Hey! What a wonderful kind of day. #
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
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