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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 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 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! #
Wow! Double-decker carrot cake! My favourite!
It's time for another weekend trip.
-What's wrong? I thought you'd be excited.
It's DW's turn to choose. That probably means...Ponyland.
-How bad could Ponyland be?
# La la la la-la-la-la Laa-la laa-la
# La-la-la-la la-la-la... #
My brain is melting!
-Suddenly, I'm not hungry.
-We'll all have fun. I promise.
-It's your choice, DW.
-Hmmm. Where do I want us all to go?
-I'll have to think about it.
-Come on, DW! We KNOW where you wanna go.
Whatever place I name is where we're ALL gonna go.
Mommy, Daddy, Kate and Arthur.
-Say it! Go ahead and say it!
-I choose that we all go...
-Say it! Go ahead and say it!
-I choose that we all go camping!
I knew it! I... What did you say?
Camping. Camping in the great outdoors!
-I just want to go camping.
That's a good choice. It'll be fun.
I'm proud that, even though she sees Ponyland on TV, DW chose camping.
We've helped her learn to think for herself
and not just parrot what the TV says.
It's time we experienced the wonders of nature in the great outdoors.
TV: 'It's time to experience
'the wonders of nature in the great outdoors.'
'Go to our national parks and see the wild things in their habitat.'
I wanna go! Let's go now!
Camping is still a good thing. I have to buy her more books.
We're gonna see bears scratching on trees and goats crashing heads...
Doors are locked, Pal's at Thora's. ..What's wrong, Arthur?
I'm gonna be trapped in a tent all weekend with DW!
DW's not so difficult... HORN BLARES
Let's go! Nature's not getting any younger!
Don't worry. We'll do fun stuff.
# 100 bunches of bears in the woods 100 bunches of bears
# If 1 bunch of bear comes to live at our house... #
There's a deer! Aren't those eagles beautiful?! Look at that penguin go!
There are no penguins in the woods.
Uh-oh! It's a lost penguin. We'd better give it a sandwich and juice.
Have we got a spare map for it?
I don't see any wild things yet.
I'm ready! When's something gonna happen?
-Look! I see a bald eagle!
-That's a plane.
That's a plane.
-Ready for some fishing?
-Get the bait.
When am I gonna see something wild? Nothing's happening.
-So...this is fishing, huh?
-Don't get too close to strange animals.
-I know! I'm not a baby!
Look! Something wild!
It's just like the spiders at home.
Maybe we have the wrong bait, Dad. Dad?
Huh? What? I got one! Get the net!
We caught a fish! Well, Dad caught it, but I landed it in the net!
We didn't see ONE wild thing! The forest is a big dirty rip-off!
-Take a look at that fish!
-Poor little fish!
-We're here to honour the fish...
Buckie has gone to a better place than that tiny lake where he can...
swim and swim. Happy Buckie.
You're the only wild thing I met. You were dead, so you never met me.
-You would have liked me.
-What are we gonna eat now?
-I brought food.
What if I never meet any wild animals
that Arthur and Daddy haven't already killed?
Something wild! ..Hi!
Why did it run away? I was friendly.
-Deer are easily frightened. You have to keep very still.
Want to come for a canoe ride, DW?
No. I'm going to sit here very still until my deer comes back.
DW's been quiet ALL day. I should tell her there are deer at home.
Arthur, be nice.
What could she be thinking about, sitting there all day?
My brother Arthur isn't fun like you, Walter.
-Where are you taking the cereal?
Walter Deer? Our food isn't good for deer to eat.
I just want him to come close to me.
That's not safe. You can look at the deer.
I might as well be at home watching TV!
This is the deer's home.
-You wouldn't like a stranger in YOUR home.
-I would if it was a deer.
If we bring Walter home with us, HIS home and MY home would be the same!
-He's a WILD deer.
-He can sleep in my room.
-You don't want me to have any friends who are wild animals!
-You OK, honey?
Walter has a family. Would you like to be taken away from YOUR family?
-Just Arthur, or everybody?
-Walter, what's wrong?
-I miss mom and dad, and my sisters Lizzie and Cathy
and Sheila and Mary Alice, and my brothers Dennis, Petey and Paul...
I didn't know you had a big family.
You never asked! I'm all alone! I'm the only wild deer in town!
I'm so sad!
-I guess I understand, but is it OK if I'm sad?
-Except for DW.
..And he wasn't afraid or anything!
-That's because you kept your distance.
She watched me all weekend.
-I wish she could live with us.
-Those animals don't stay long.
They live in those metal rolling things. She wouldn't be happy here.
There are different kinds of books.
There's fiction - made-up stuff - and nonfiction - real stuff -
picture books, chapter books, books about history...
History can be pretty exciting!
Here's a book about the ocean.
Were you raised in a barn?!
-What are you doing, Arthur?
-I can't hear you! ..That's better.
-I'm looking at different kinds of books.
-Who cares about books?
Am I the only one whose brain hurts?
I haven't seen so many numbers since I had to pay for a broken window!
-Who has the answer? Buster?
-You'd better get it right!
-Is it z-zero?
Correct! BELL RINGS
-I thought I was gonna die!
-Don't forget your book reports!
-What are you writing your book report on?
-I'm still trying to decide.
I can recommend this exciting book about magnetic fields.
It can't be as good as the Case Of The Creaky Shadow.
What about you, Buster? You get six free magnets.
Great, but I'm doing what I always do. Book reports are no sweat.
Only one thing could have set the horses free - the Creaky Shadow...
as proved by scientific research performed in my room...
SHRIEKS FROM TV
-Ten more minutes. I have to finish this book report.
-You look tired.
-I had to get up early to finish my book report.
-Didn't you do one?
-Of course I did. Here it is.
-I wish I'd read that! Can I borrow it?
-I don't think so.
-I'll return it.
-I can't lend you it.
Pa-Kanong? I saw that on the Giant Monster Channel last night!
-Big, ugly, misunderstood. I cried.
-Your book report's about a movie?
-That's how I do all my book reports.
All movies come from books.
They don't?! Uh-oh!
Be a book. Please, be a book.
Sorry. No book called Pa-Kanong was ever published.
-But it was a movie. Would you like the video?
-..No, thank you.
-This is a tragedy!
-What will you do?
My dad's a pilot. Maybe he can fly me out of the country. ..No.
Ratburn will give me an F for sure.
Knowing Ratburn, probably F minus, maybe even G or H.
I'll tell him before class, so everyone doesn't see me flunk.
-You're sure you want to do this?
-It's a far, far better thing I do.
-Did he give you an F?
-No, but I have to hand in a report on a real book.
That's weird. Buster put down his fork, but there's food on his plate!
All you have to do is read a book!
Arthur, I have a confession. I've never read a whole book in my life.
-Sure, you did.
-Yes, you did.
-What about the Scare Your Pants Off books?
-I watched the TV show.
This will be the first book Buster's ever read. He needs suggestions.
Molecular Theorem changed my life.
It's his first book - go easy. My first book was Ponies Go To Paris.
It can't be anything TOO hard - he might not read anything again.
Molecules are very small and easy.
Molecules are NOT easy... Forget science...
-ALL SHOUT SUGGESTIONS
Take the latest Scare Your Pants Off book.
-Curse Of The Jumping Peanut.
-You're reading it already!
-Did you like the book?
-I only got to page 2.
-I told you to make it easy!
That's an easier book - Sam And The Sandwich Company.
Don't move until you're done.
"The sun was shining when Sam won a tour of the sandwich factory..."
You lucky boy! You found the golden sandwich.
You get to see my sand witches and sandwiches.
I found the golden sandwich by biting it. I broke off all my teeth!
But you won all the real sandwiches you can eat!
But I can't chew them! Do you have a soup factory? I'm starving!
# When you break off all your teeth It becomes so hard to eat! #
Oh, I'm so hungry.
-At least he got to page 3.
-Buster, why did you stop reading?
-That book makes me too hungry.
We need an easier book.
-The Jolly Jollisters?
-It's about a happy family that solves mysteries.
The Mysterious Ink Stain.
This is a mystery that we must solve.
Yes. We must.
How can there be an ink stain when we only write with pencil?
Keep it down. I'm trying to watch TV.
-Oh, no! He gave up again!
-Even THAT was too hard.
-I know you can read this one.
-Just keep reading.
A car with no driver climbed into my room and said,
"Let me drive you to Afka-bazoom." The bondo-gorimas waved as we passed.
Downhill, we went slow. Uphill, we went fast.
Goobers and baringters and a piece of the moon
asked to come along to Afka-bazoom.
I said, "There is not enough room.
"I don't care to go to Afka-bazoom."
-Why did we stop?
-No-one's reading the book.
- It was just getting exciting. - Well, I didn't want to go anyway.
-He's stopped reading.
-How can my BEST friend not like reading?
You're missing great stuff by not reading!
So I'm not a reader. I'll pay the Brain to do that easy stuff for me.
I'll be too busy discovering planets.
-Here's a book anyone can finish.
-What's that other book?
Robin Hood. If you work at it, some day, you can read a book like this.
"The sky is blue.
"The ocean is blue."
I can't do it! ..Wait a minute.
-Buster! You're gonna flunk!
I was too tired from reading this.
-I'm almost done. I couldn't stop.
-You read THAT much of Robin Hood?!
You can't be a faster reader than I am!
I guess I wasn't reading anything I really liked. I mean, Blue? Come on!
My report has a cliffhanger ending.
-Next time, start reading when you're supposed to.
-So, I don't flunk?
-I can't wait to read the next part of Robin Hood.
-Let's do it now!
-This is great! You done with this page yet?
-Almost. ..OK, turn.
This is the best book I ever read!
-I thought it was the first!
Subtitles by Mary Easton BBC Scotland - 2001
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