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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 you 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 you 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! #
There it is, Hurricane Sadie.
As big as France and heading towards Elwood City.
You actually made this?
The globe came from a kit
and I just layered a flexible touch-screen over it.
It wasn't that hard.
Why did they name it Sadie?
It seems too nice a name for a hurricane.
They should have called it something scary like Nigel.
It has to begin with an S. They're all named alphabetically
by the World Meteorological Organization.
You sure know a lot about hurricanes.
They're fascinating. They're the most powerful storms on the planet.
-Did you know the winds can gust over 200mph?
-I just think they're scary.
We had a couple back in Louisiana and all I can say is be prepared.
-Oh, the Crosswires are super-prepared.
We have a generator and tonnes of spring water -
both sparkling and still - and three cases of smoked trout.
Aren't you going to get sick of eating fish?
Probably, but Daddy can't resist a sale.
We're having a hurricane party tonight. Want to come?
-Here, Muffy, take some ice cream for your party.
-If the shop loses power, it'll all just melt.
-Oh, yeah, I forgot.
-We're having a party too.
-Yeah, so are we.
-Me, too. Big, big party.
Well, that should do it.
-Oh, I left my weather globe inside.
-Should we get it?
No, that's all right. I'll just pick it up tomorrow.
Plus, I still have to set up my anemometer to measure the wind speed.
We should have invested in a digital barometer
to measure the storm's pressure
but I just really like the way the aneroid ones look.
-'The strongest winds will just miss downtown Elwood City.
'But the area bordering the river will be hit very hard.'
Don't worry, we're safe.
Don't worry, we're safe.
We just hit 110km-per-hour winds.
Be right there.
This is amazing.
CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYS
To spending Hurricane Sadie all together.
Except for Chipster who's soaking up the sun at Tallahassee Tech.
MUSIC STOPS ABRUPTLY
-I'm on my way, Mr Crosswire.
CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYS And to being prepared.
Er, wind? Something windy.
-Gone With The Wind.
-The Wind In The Willows.
It's The Three Little Pigs.
How'd you guess that? I just started.
I can read minds.
No, you can't.
-Rufus Compson here.
-Yes, I can.
-I can tell what you're thinking right now.
-Oh, hello, sir.
-Can you hold on for one moment, please?
that Bud Compson sure is a strange one.
Yeah, but I'm usually thinking that so it's kind of cheating.
The Catsonellan-Bogan River is starting to overflow.
They need the Army Corps of Engineers down there.
I have to report for duty as soon as the wind's died down.
-How long will you be gone for?
-My birthday's this Thursday.
-Will you be back in time?
-I don't know, sport.
But I'll try my hardest.
Bailey! My lights don't...
Alas, we've lost power and have had a bit of flooding.
Galoshes, Miss Muffy?
-While Elwood City avoided a direct hit,
many homes by the river have had to be evacuated.
Some people even had to leave their pets behind.
Can you imagine having to leave your pet behind?
I feel so bad for those people and their pets.
When I talk to my dad, I'll ask him if he's seen any strays.
They sent the Army Corps of Engineers down there this morning.
I didn't know your dad was in the Army.
Yeah, the Army Corps of Engineers mainly designs,
builds and fixes stuff and his job is really important
when there's an emergency like this.
Wow, that's really cool!
Yeah, it is.
Except when he has to miss really big events like one Thanksgiving,
-my first school play.
-Oh, that is kind of rough.
Well, it's only early June
so he probably won't miss any big events this time.
-That's not true, he could miss...
-Bud Compson, mind your own beeswax.
-What, what's he going to miss?
-Oh, nothing. There, good as new.
Why don't you want Arthur to know it's your birthday?
I don't want him feeling sorry for me.
In fact, if Dad's away, I think I'll just skip my birthday this year.
You can't do that. How will you get older?
I'm still going to turn nine, turnip-head.
-I just won't celebrate it.
Not celebrating your birthday, it's against the laws of nature.
Oh, relax. It's just a day like any other.
There's a lot worse things than missing a birthday.
OK, thank you.
Insurance will cover the damage.
-It'll take a while but we're going to rebuild this.
-I don't understand.
We prepared. We did everything we were supposed to.
-Hurricanes are unpredictable.
-But look at the rest of the street.
Not a single other shop was damaged.
What are the chances of that happening?
It is strange. But sometimes these things just happen.
Hey, look, it's your weather globe.
Maybe you can fix it.
I can't stop thinking about that poor dog I saw on TV.
What if that were Pal? I'd be worried sick about him.
I remember how sad I was when I lost Pierre.
-My pet rock.
I had him in the pocket of my bathing suit
when I went to the beach last summer.
If only I had taught him how to swim!
Hey, you should call the animal shelter.
-Maybe you could help out in some way.
-That's a great idea. Thanks.
Do it for Pierre!
LOCKER SLAMS Ah!
Brain! I just heard about the ice cream shop. That's so terrible.
-How are you feeling?
-Um, OK. A little jumpy but...
Did you hear what happened to me?
-Our house was destroyed.
Well, not exactly destroyed but our first floor got flooded
and we have no power.
We have to move to a hotel.
Oh, that's terrible I...
I know! It only has four stars.
Although there is a Jacuzzi in every room. But...
Oh, Francine, did you hear what happened to me?
All right, settle down.
I know the hurricane has affected us all
but I think it's a good idea if we jump right back into schoolwork.
Please open your history books to chapter seven.
Uh, Mr Ratburn, I seem to have left all of my books at home.
That's OK, Alan. You can use mine.
Ladonna, is that you?
Want to talk to Dad?
And after you left, we helped the Reads clean up their yard
which wasn't so bad. Oh, and keep your eyes peeled for stray pets, OK?
-Arthur asked me to ask you.
-And how about you, sport, how are you doing?
-OK, I guess.
Do you know if you're going to be back for my birthday yet?
Well, a lot depends on the weather.
-If it rains again, I might have to stay longer to...
What kind of birthday cake do you want?
Mum and I went to a bakery today.
-Me?! I can't decide.
-It's not my birthday.
-I don't care.
There was a mistake. They overbooked and now they don't have room for us.
Oh! How rude.
Fine, we'll just take our business elsewhere.
Well, there's the rub, Muffin.
I called other hotels but they're all full.
The hurricane displaced a lot of people.
So, where are we going to stay?
Well, it may not be a luxury hotel but there's plenty of warm beds.
WE'RE staying in a shelter?
Huh? But it isn't my birthday.
But your dad might not be around on the day of your birthday.
-Or the next three.
-So we're celebrating them all at once.
-That's why there are 30 candles on the cake.
-And that's not all.
-But it's only June!
I know but there's a good chance I might miss this Christmas too.
And before I forget, I got you a car.
But that's for high school graduation.
What are you waiting for? Open your pre...
Rufus Compson here.
Oh, hello, sir. Mm-hm. I see.
I'll be there right away.
Sorry, sport. There's been another emergency.
Looks like we'll have to celebrate
your graduchrismirthday some other time.
It's not fair!
-Alan? Are you OK?
-I have to put something against the window.
That tree outside. It could fall into this room any minute.
-That's not going to happen.
-You can't be sure.
You said it yourself, sometimes these things just happen.
Here, get back into bed. I'll sit here until you fall asleep.
-Are we all going to be OK?
-Yes. I promise.
And in the morning, we'll talk about some ideas
that might help you feel better.