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# Every day when you're walkin' down the street
# Everybody that you meet
# Has an original point of view
-# And I say, hey!
# What a wonderful kind of day If 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 The rhythm of the street
# Open up your eyes! Open up your ears!
# Get together and make things better By working together
# It's a simple message And it comes from the heart
# Oh, believe in yourself For that's the place to start
-# And I say, hey!
-What a wonderful kind of day
# If 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! #
-IN FRENCH ACCENT:
-'In my career as a consulting detective,
'I have unravelled many a tricky knot,
'but none so knotty as ze case of the disappearing dummy.'
What a dastardly deed!
Your most entertaining puppet, Wallace, stolen from under ze nose.
Yes, well, erm...
Worry not, Bastings.
I, detective mastermind Virgil Watteau, shall not fail you.
-Ah, well, you see...
-No need to thank me.
As my oldest friend, I am happy to help you discover ze culprit.
Already, ze brain says zey are working at the speed of lightning.
I hired someone else.
Even at zis moment, I am homing in on ze answer.
Got another detective working, actually.
Zis is obviously ze handiwork of...
What did you say?
-Just that I...
The Grey Dove, you return to the scene of your crime!
Actually, Watteau, I have a confession - I hired the Grey Dove.
To do what?
To, erm, solve the crime.
-Any problem with that?
Fern, there you are. You'll never guess what happened.
(Someone stole Wally.)
I left him right here, but now he's gone.
Look, they left the case open.
Checked lost and found?
I searched everywhere.
It's no use.
What's going on here?
I'll have to ask you to stay back, ma'am, this is a crime scene.
Ma'am? Crime scene?
Where were you?
I was looking all over for you.
I had a dentist appointment.
Well, when I couldn't find you, Binky offered to help.
Happened to be in the area and responded to the call.
He got a junior detective kit for Christmas.
Uh-huh, copy that, we've got a 1066 in progress.
We'll update you as the situation unfolds.
Did you just talk into a fake walkie-talkie?
-I know, it's a "crime scene".
Please, sir, I'll handle this.
-I hope you're not leaving - we have a crime to solve.
Listen, the big PTA variety show is in two hours.
If we don't find Wally,
that show is going to be minus one dummy.
I'll fill you in.
The vic is an eight-year-old male moose
by the name of George Lundgren.
I know who George is.
The story I got is this...
All week, the teacher Miss Fink
had everyone leave their show props in the music room.
She didn't want anyone leaving anything they needed at home.
-After school today,
George found his case open - his dummy had vanished.
Gleeped! El gone-o!
In other words, stolen.
I got that.
Luckily, I happened to have my new detective kit on hand.
Here's the way I figure it - someone else in the show
must have been afraid George was going to be better than them,
so last night, they snuck in and stole the giraffe.
The question is...who?
That's a very good question.
Let me think about it.
You do that. Meanwhile,
I'll ID the perp using good old shoe leather.
-A perp is a...
-I know what a perp is.
All right, bye!
-IN FRENCH ACCENT:
-'Zere was something strange
'about the sudden appearance of zis new investigator.'
A most interesting case, I have to say.
It was most wise of you to have retained my services, Mr Bastings.
You know who did it?
I can tell you that whoever stole your diminutive friend
must have gained access to your roof.
From there, it was a simple matter to lower down,
enter through the window,
light-foot it across the rug
and purloin your puppet.
I say, that's most clever.
I have but one question...
How would you know that ze culprit came via ze roof
unless YOU were on ze roof?
Watteau, you're right!
It was the Grey Dove. He did it!
Who are we spying on?
You got a bead on a perp?
No. Probably just a wild goose chase.
You mean one got into the room?
It sounds crazy, but maybe you're on to something.
Well, there's always a bunch of them near City Hall.
Good thinking. I'll go check.
I know you suspect me, but I didn't do it.
OK, I did take Wally out of his case,
but I didn't steal him.
What are you talking about? When was this?
Yesterday, after practice.
What a relief! That box is a real pain in the neck!
'It was inside when Mr Morris locked the door.'
Then Binky must have come back later.
Thanks for your help!
Wally must be in his house.
Looking for something?
Oh! No! I mean, yes! I mean...
By the way, I know who stole Wally!
Really? So do I.
What are you doing?
Making sure you don't run away.
Me? Why should I run away?
Because you did it.
I figured it out when you sent me to look for that wild goose.
I should have known it was nothing but a trick!
Why on earth would I want to take Wally?
Give me a sec.
So you could solve the crime and take all the credit! Attention hog!
Could you get us out of these now?
All right, but...
There may be another mystery.
One about a missing key.
Got to be around here some place!
Or the school...or the town!
-Well, maybe you should have
thought of that before you sent me over here!
That wasn't very nice, you know.
Well, it wasn't nice of you and George to leave me out.
He couldn't find you.
He didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
He was just worried.
I just wish my detective kit had fingerprint powder.
Then I'd know who took Wally from that dummy case!
Oh, that was Francine.
She was playing with it last night.
When she heard Mr Morris coming, she must have...
Left it on the table!
-So that means...
George claimed Wally was in his case every night!
Other left! Other left!
But last night, Francine left him out of the case.
Everyone knew Wally was part of the show.
Everyone except one person.
A person with keys!
You mean that giraffe?
That was part of the show?
You know what happened to it?
I just figured it was one of the kindergartners' toys.
Good work, partner!
Sorry about calling you a thief and everything.
Yeah. Me too.
I can't wait till we solve our next crime.
PUPPET VOICE: Thanks for finding me.
If I had to hear that itsy spider song again,
I was going to lose my marbles!
George! You're on!
That's our show! Say goodbye, Wally!
PUPPET VOICE: Goodbye, Wally!
We have to find that key now!
Roger that, partner!