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# Every day, walking down the street Everybody that you meet

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# Has an original point of view

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# And I say, Hey! What a wonderful kind of day

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# If you could learn to work and play along with each other

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# Listen to your heart, to the beat, Listen to the rhythm of the street

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# Open up your eyes and 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, that's the place to start!

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# And I say, Hey! What a wonderful kind of day

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# Learn to work and play

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# 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!

-Hey!

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Woo-aargh!

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Little kids couldn't camp out.

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They'd be too scared. Aaargh!

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Lots of things used to scare me - like the dark.

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Phew!

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I was much more scared of Binky Barnes.

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I'd really like some of that cookie...

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please!

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I'm not scared of the dark any more.

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I was scared of an old movie - about a night worm.

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Ha-ha! You were scared of THAT? Aaargh!

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BURP!

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-Pal, come out of there! Come here!

-WOOF!

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Pal!

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Arthur? Is that you? WOOF!

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-I'm putting my tent up.

-Your sleepover isn't till Saturday!

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Ha-ha!

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-What's so funny?

-A farmer claims he saw a spaceship.

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-Really?

-It had glowing lights!

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-A photo of the ship is worth a lot of money.

-I don't believe in UFOs.

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That's because there's never been a real picture.

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I saw a light in the sky, too! Maybe it was the spaceship.

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-Buster, let's plan my sleepover.

-I can't come.

-What?

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I can't have a party without you.

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-Mom's worried about the spaceship.

-I'll ask my mom to call her.

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Tell her nobody believes in spaceships.

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-I saw flashing lights.

-From the pizza shop!

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-RING-RING

-Hello.

-Bitsy. I'm calling about...

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..Well... ..Yes, I... ..Uh-huh.

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BITSY KEEPS TALKING

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-She said yes!

-Yes! Way to go, Mom!

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If I camped out, I'd definitely see a spaceship.

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-Won't you be scared?

-Absolutely not!

-Good night, Buster.

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Good night.

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Hi guys. I'm here. Hey! Cool pyjamas.

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Probe!

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Convertible.

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Y...Y...You guys are aliens!

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Woo-aargh!

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Aargh!

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That was scary.

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Strange.

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-Wow!

-Your sequencer needs calibration.

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Mom says I can be at your sleepover.

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-Aaaah!

-He's having nightmares about spaceships.

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-Arthur, you can't bring that!

-I have an extension cord.

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-Why don't you look up at the stars?

-I guess...

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He could be an alien that took over Dad's body.

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DW, time to clean up your room.

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But Dad, I'm looking for UFOs.

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Now!

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One...two...

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Sounds like the real Dad!

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-Here it is!

-Ah, the great outdoors.

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Wouldn't the TV reach out here?

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My dad said we have the stars instead.

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-DW, you aren't invited!

-Why not?

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-Because.

-Because why?

-Because.

-Why?

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Because!

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Because why?!

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-Because...because...because...

-HE WHISPERS

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-You get scared of the dark.

-No.

-Yes.

-Who's going to win?

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-DW, come inside!

-But Mom, spaceships.

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-DW...!

-OK. But if Earth gets conquered, don't blame me.

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-Where's that flashlight?

-But it's a full moon.

-I brought my lantern.

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-Let's go, then.

-If you see any man-eating aliens

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would you take a picture, please?

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I...er...I gotta go!

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THEY ARGUE

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-Ouch!

-The tent looked bigger from outside.

-Let's all sit down.

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Much improved!

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-Got 'em, got 'em...

-Me too.

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-Buster, pass the chips.

-There's none left!

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Shh!

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The thing has flippers!

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A-a-agh!

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Bedtime. Into your sleeping bags.

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THEY ARGUE

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-Time for ghost stories.

-Let's play Sloppy Sixes!

-What's that?

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-It's a game...

-No, THAT!

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-I don't hear footsteps.

-It's a spaceship!

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THEY SCREAM: Aliens!

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A-a-a-a-gh!

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-<

-Ha-ha! Ha-ha!

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I know that spaceship came from planet DW!

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Ha-ha!

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Ha-ha! Ha-ha! You're too scared to stay outside!

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No, I brought your camera back.

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-We're going to sleep.

-DAD:

-Bedtime!

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Heh-heh!

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OK, now we need some things.

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Grrrr!

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Grrrr! Rrroar!

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Mum, Dad! Alien!

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Mum, Dad! Alien! Mum, Dad!

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-There's nothing there!

-I must have dreamed it.

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-You didn't fool me at all!

-She's unmasked our charade.

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BLEEP-BLEEP

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-What's that?

-C-c-could it be...?

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-BLEEP-BLEEP

-You were wrong! I'm rich! I'm rich!

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BLEEP-BLEEP

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It's landing!

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-Huh?!

-THEY ALL LAUGH

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We fooled you! Admit it!

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OK, I admit it.

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Yeah! All right! We got her!

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-OK, DW, you can stay with us.

-Really? Thanks!

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-Go fish!

-Boring! I'm off to bed.

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ALL: Aaahhh!

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-This isn't boring!

-No way!

-Go fish!

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The year's over. Time to put up my new calendar with the 3D picture.

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Mum says I'm too young to stay up till midnight on New Year's Eve.

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But three years ago I tried.

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I fell asleep at eight o'clock and missed it.

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Two years ago I stayed awake longer - till 10.17pm.

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Last year I found a guaranteed way to stay awake.

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HE SNORES

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This year I'm not staying up at all!

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-Ribbit!

-Wait! Come back!

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Ruff-ruff!

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-Arthur, make your bed.

-I was. Pal started it.

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-Your dad and I are going to a party tonight.

-Why can't I go too?

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-Grandma's babysitting.

-I can stay up, right?

-You're too young.

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How come? It's like I never get any older!

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What if I'm trapped in some kind of time warp?

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-Arthur, you can stay up till midnight.

-I don't want to.

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He must be sick. I'll do it for him.

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-You can when you're Arthur's age.

-He'll always be three years older!

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-What are you up to, Arthur?

-Why stay up. What's there to see?

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-Don't you want to find out?

-I'm too mature to care any more.

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Yeah, right(!)

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Mum, what does "mature" mean?

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< Hi!

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-Are you staying up to see the Green Flash?

-What?

-You've never seen it?

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When it turns midnight on New Year's Eve a green light fills the sky.

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ALL: Ooooh! Aaaah!

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-That means a new year has begun.

-Wow!

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If there's no Green Flash it stays the same year for another whole year.

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Wow! I want to see the Green Flash.

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-There's no Green Flash, Arthur.

-No?

-Only one thing happens at midnight.

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ALL: Three, two, one!

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Do it now!

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Everyone has to throw last year's calendar away as they become illegal.

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-The New Year Police check on you.

-I hope Grandma knows that too.

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There's no New Year Police! You've never stayed for New Year, have you?

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-Have you?

-I've always been busy.

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Take it from me - here's what happens.

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An old guy with last year's date on him comes out, so does a kid.

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Then they wrestle.

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The old guy is weak, but he fights dirty.

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If the baby wins, the new year begins.

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If not, it gets sent to a groundhog and there's six more weeks of winter.

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Ha-ha-ha! That's the funniest thing I ever heard.

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-Did you ever stay up for New Year?

-No, but I know where grown-ups go.

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They meet up to admit the rotten things they did to kids.

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I said spinach was good for them, so I could watch them eat it.

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'They plan awful things for next year.'

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Do we all agree not to raise allowances this year?

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That's better than last year's theory about aliens.

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Who do you think's in charge, then?!

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Owww!

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Ow!

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-Ow!

-Why are you pinching yourself?

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It's to stay awake till midnight.

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Watch this - ice. Hey! Hoo! Hah!

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Yeee!! Hoo! Aaaah!

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-Wanna try? Oh, yeah, you're not staying up till midnight.

-Yes I am.

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-We'll keep each other awake.

-No!

-I don't need you, I have ice!

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Please! Please! Pl-e-e-ease!

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DW...! Ohh!

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-Behave yourself for Grandma.

-Why look at me?!

-Have a nice meeting.

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-Huh?

-Oh, I mean New Year. (I almost spilled the beans.)

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-Excited about midnight, Arthur?

-Yeah!

-And I'm behaving myself.

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When you wake up, DW, it'll be a new year.

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I will not fall asleep! I will not fall asleep. I will...not fall...

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-OK, go!

-Ho! Hey!

-Good work! No. No, you don't.

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-Huh?

-I'm thirsty!

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-Go fish!

-Huh?

-I'm still thirsty.

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Heugh!

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Yee-yo! Yee-yee!

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OK, Arthur, let's practice. Make it good!

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HOOTERS BLARE

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-I had a nightmare about bears.

-Come here, honey.

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-Now I'm up, can I stay up for midnight?

-Sure.

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-This is fun! Yaaah!

-Close your eyes, I'll wake you up later.

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Arthur, wake up! He's sound asleep.

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It's coming! It's coming!

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R-R-RING!

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-Was that it? That was it?!

-Yes, DW, happy New Year!

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Hrumph! What a swizz. I'm going to bed.

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Huh? Oh, no! I missed it!

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I saw New Year and you didn't. There were giant explosions too!

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Wow! It was fantastic! Night.

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-It's all over?

-It's not over, it's just beginning.

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-But I missed New Year!

-Remember the good things from last year?

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That's what New Year's Eve is really about.

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Next year, Pal, we'll see the Green Flash and the wrestling!

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# And I say, Hey! What a wonderful day

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# Work and play And get along with each other

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# Listen to your heart and feet and the rhythm of the street

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# A message from the heart - believe in yourself, that's where to start

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# And I say, Hey! What a wonderful day

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# Work and play And get along with each other

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# Hey! What a wonderful day Hey! What a wonderful day - Hey! #

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Arthur sets up his tent for his first sleepover. DW's angry that she can't be a part of it, so she decides to have some fun of her own with the help of alien lights. But, who will have the last laugh - Arthur and his friends, DW or the aliens?

What exactly happens at midnight on New Year's Eve? There are plenty of rumours, but nobody seems to know for sure. Arthur is determined to stay up and discover the horrifying truth.


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