Animation. DW wonders what happened to her snowball, and Arthur must do a report on ancient Rome.
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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
# 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
# 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! #
That's my favourite book! I wanna save it!
TW's funny. If she had room, she'd save EVERYTHING!
Last fall, she saved all the acorns she could find.
I hope you didn't crack any of my acorns!
She even saved a snowball from last winter. It's in the freezer.
-DW, please close the freezer. Your snowball's OK.
-I was just checking.
'Faster and more annoying than a mosquito - it's Super Sister!'
Maybe I'm dreaming.
OW! ..No, I'm awake!
What's wrong? What are you doing?
My snowball's gone!
Wait, wait, hold on. It must be in there somewhere.
No! The most important thing I ever owned is GONE!
-DW, it was just a snowball!
-Not JUST a snowball. Don't you remember?
Hold it! No snowballs in the house!
-I wanna freeze it.
-So it's a reminder of the best day of my life.
So can I?
OK. Put it on a plate so it doesn't stick.
'Even in the summertime, I checked on it and it was always there!'
And... And now it's GONE!
-I don't know who would have taken your snowball.
-I bet Arthur knows!
Steady. ..Easy does it!
-DW, what are you looking for?
-Is something missing?
-You wanna know what's missing?
You wanna know what's MISSING?
-She had one in the freezer since last winter.
-It wasn't just some old snowball!
When did you last see it?
This calls for detective work. Take me to the crime scene.
(It was in the freezer, Buster!)
When did you last see the snowball, DW?
-asked that ages ago!
-I last saw it yesterday lunchtime.
Has anything unusual happened since then?
'Grandma Thora and Mrs MacGrady stopped by after bingo.'
Hello, everybody. Hello, dear.
-DW! My favourite grandchild!
Oh, hi, Arthur.
DW, you're so wonderful! And how's your snowball?
'Hold it! Hold it!'
That's not what really happened.
-She didn't know about the snowball.
-I'll tell you what happened.
Hello, children! ..Arthur! You certainly have grown!
-Look at me! Look at me! Look at me!
-DW, you're annoying Grandma.
-No, of course she's not!
(Get me an aspirin. She's given me a headache!)
-Grandma didn't say that!
-I could tell she was thinking it.
-Hello, Grandma. How are YOU today?
Grandma, we're trying to remember what happened when you came over.
CHILDREN WHOOP AND YELL
UPROAR CONTINUES Arthur! DW! Please!
Pardon me, dear, but I remember it differently.
TOGETHER: We love you!
Would you ladies like some ice cream?
That's right! Mom went into the freezer for ice cream.
Was the snowball there?
I didn't notice. ..Hmm.
Wait! That dog was in the kitchen!
-You think Pal took your snowball?
-..Then he jumped down.
-Dogs can't open umbrellas.
-Maybe he learned.
What else does he do all day?
Buster and I were here yesterday too.
'Arthur's mom invited us for ice cream.'
I wish MY grandchildren were more like Francine.
'But Buster was a P-I-G.'
No ice cream left!
-There's more in the freezer.
-I'll get it!
You're not writing, Buster.
Because that never happened! We were all having ice cream...
..And the other snake says,
"I'm your other end!"
Remind me to tell Mr Haney to put you ahead a grade, Buster.
You gave me warm soda. Thanks a lot(!)
-I'll gladly get an ice cube for you.
-He's so nice!
I can get my own ice cube.
Darn it! There isn't any ice here.
Maybe this is big enough to cool it.
Oh, that is so untrue!
Wait! What were you guys doing while I played piano for grandma?
Let's see how long it takes DW's snowball to melt in the sun!
-WE weren't there when Arthur did it!
-(Hey!) I didn't do it!
Somebody did. I want a confession!
I've reached a conclusion from the eyewitness accounts.
While we were busy, a space alien materialised.
In a search for samples of food,
he took the snowball and nothing else, because he left in a hurry.
Who left that freezer door open?
It's the only logical answer.
One of you took my snowball!
-Why don't you confess, Buster?
-Me? Why don't you?!
-It was probably Arthur.
-How could you think that?
-Whoever did it should admit it.
You're all in on it. You're trying to break a child's heart.
Someone will get their feelings hurt if everyone doesn't calm down.
-First snow of the year.
-Big deal. It'll never be the same.
DW, we'll have just as much fun as last year. Maybe more.
-Yeah. I do.
-I just wish I knew what happened to it.
I told you they'd never figure it out!
So this is what they eat! We've got to get the recipe!
I have great friends. The day I met Buster was unforgettable.
-Hi! I'm Buster.
-My name's Arthur.
Well, see you.
And being on Francine's team is the best!
Because you never lose.
Arthur, you lose.
The Great Wall Of China is 1,500 miles long.
-It was built over 2,000 years ago and still stands today.
-That's even older than the cafeteria hot dogs.
The Appian Way led from Rome to Greece.
It was built in 312BC. It's still in use today.
We're going to study and report on ancient civilisations.
-The team to report on Rome - Arthur, Francine and Buster.
-How should we do our report?
-We write it and read it to the class.
No! We want to be best in the class.
-WE shouldn't read it -
-Maybe there's a more interesting way to do it.
I mean...more creative.
Guys! What if we write a song?
# Ancient Rome
# It's not like home
# Co-o-o-l-o-sse-e-e-um... #
-We could do a dance.
-With THOSE feet?!
-Let's make a video!
-How do we make it look ancient?
-I have an old coat.
We need to show what Rome was like, AND be interesting.
I've been waiting for this book.
-That's it! Buster, you're a genius!
-What do you mean?
-We can do a comic book about Rome!
Boy, my ideas are good!
Arthur, do the first page. I'll do the second. Buster can do the third.
It'll be the best history project EVER!
What are we waiting for? Let's go home and do it!
Yes! Brilliant! Oh, beauty!
I don't know where to start.
What's the most exciting thing about Ancient Rome?
Excuse me, mister...where am I?
-What do you mean?! You in Rome, boss!
I must have travelled through time!
I show you the secrets of Rome - five denarii.
I've got Roman money!
Through this door is the Senate. Come on! Be quiet.
I've gone back thousands of years to a strange country.
If I ever get home, I'll have the best report in third-grade history!
I'm back, but now I know exactly what to draw!
-I stayed up late finishing my page.
The Roman senators were worried. Then the emperor arrived. He said...
The senators searched everywhere for the scroll.
I'M gonna run this empire! ..Get 'em, boys!
The bravest senator took out his bag of gumballs.
DOGS BAY HELP!
"The skeletons defeated, they chase the villain in a boat..."
Wait up! Wait up! Let's go! Let's go!
-That's how it ends?
-That's just the first page. YOU did the second.
Arthur, MY page is about the Olympics!
I quit! I quit! I give up! Agggh!
-I'm done, guys! Here's MY page!
That isn't a comic. It's a drawing.
It's a splash panel, full of action.
It's Sparatacus, defending the pizza from the soldiers in the horse.
And that's Julius Caesar on a glider. There were no jets then.
Hey...! YOUR pages aren't like MINE!
-Remember, your history projects are due tomorrow.
I have great expectations!
-What a disaster! You guys have gotta make yours like mine!
Make yours like MINE - the FIRST page!
Let's ask other people which is best, then you can copy MINE!
I WILL and you'll be sorry!
-No, YOU'LL be sorry!
-No, YOU'LL be sorry!
-What's THIS got to do with history?
-It makes history interesting.
But you didn't use any REAL history!
Maybe not very much... None.
It's great but tell me HOW great.
The Olympics were in Greece, not Rome.
Well, I'll change it to Rome. But the Romans banned the Olympics.
Didn't you do any research?
We all have to meet right away!
Buster, meeting at the tree house!
-I should have done research!
-A history project needs some history!
-I guess I have to start all over.
-We ALL have to start over!
But there's no time. We'll all fail!
-And you drew the Forum so well!
-Do you think so?
Your chariot race is really cool.
So's Julius Caesar, even though he's flying!
-It could have been great if we'd worked together!
-Maybe we still can!
"In 44BC, Julius Caesar was stabbed in the Roman Senate..."
-Roman Emperor, General and historian. Like US!
-Who thought of drawing a poster together?
-We all did.
-Not at first!
A good team effort. Although I doubt they had pizza delivery in Rome!
-Next time, we'll know!
-What time are we meeting at the Sugar Bowl?
-I thought it was the park!
We're doing our report on Egypt as an interpretive dance.
Mummies were embalmed and tightly wrapped in cloth.
-(We agreed to go to the Sugar Bowl!)
I don't care what you two do! I'LL be at the movies! >
Subtitles by Subtitling Unit BBC Scotland 2000
DW saves everything. Her most prized possession is a snowball from last winter - but it has disappeared. It is time to find the culprit and detective Buster is on the case. Maybe it's Arthur? Maybe it's Grandma Thora? Maybe it's space aliens? Can anyone solve the case of the mysteriously vanishing snowball?
Arthur, Francine and Buster must do a report on ancient Rome, but can they work as a team to complete the assignment?