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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! #
-Some people just have to do everything themselves.
Cut! I'm sorry, Arthur, I have to stop you.
-This is just too boring.
You need a little enthusiasm, energy...
Put a little shape in it. This is the opening of the show!
Try it again.
Some people...just have to do... EVERYTHING...themselves.
That was it? THAT'S enthusiastic(?)
Well...that was practise.
CLEARS HIS THROAT
Some people just have to do everything themselves!
How was that?
You know, some people just have to do everything themselves!
They won't let ANYBODY help them!
I think that's MUCH better. That's a wrap. Cue the title.
I hope Mr Ratburn assigns another report.
We just turned one in yesterday!
No way will he give us another one!
This report should be at least two pages on any animal you choose -
where they live, what they eat, anything unusual.
The teams for the report will be as follows -
Arthur Reid and...Muffy Crosswire.
Alan, your partner is Sue Ellen.
A dinosaur! That's a great idea, Brain.
-I'll start some sketches.
-What should I do?
-The sketches have to be done first. I'll call you when I'm done.
I've never done a report with Brain before.
-It'll be fun.
-It'll be easy!
-How do you mean?
-You'll see. Brain's the type that...
-He's the best report partner ever!
-I'M your partner and I'm NOT Brain!
Come on. We're going to the library.
Sue Ellen, don't you have any homework to do?
Not yet. Brain's doing the sketches. They're preliminary.
I'll call and see how it's going.
This is gonna be fantastic.
Even back in elementary school when I was building my first model,
I knew that, with a little DNA and hard work, I would succeed.
Please, ladies and gentlemen, be calm!
Hello, hello, hello! Welcome to the show!
The strangest thing happened to me.
I found an elephant in my pyjamas.
How it got there, I'll never know.
I have to work on his material.
-Hi, Brain! I just called to find out how the sketches are going.
-Ready for the next stage.
-I was getting worried
that I was just gonna have to watch TV!
-What do you want me to do?
Well...eh...continue watching TV.
Gotta do some research. Bye!
This is our model of tyrannosaurus rex.
The arms are made of cookies...
and the body is made out of cake!
Unfortunately, this isn't a cooking class. You've failed!
..And then he hung up the phone.
I can't find Buster! Hope he doesn't think I'll do the report by myself!
I hope Brain realises I expect to do half the work on this report.
-Brain, is that you?
-No. I mean...
That's strange. He vanished.
That was close! You're telling ME!
You almost gave away my position.
I would deduce that Brain is strange because he's been working too hard.
Perhaps he's not getting enough sleep.
Ahhh! Must keep working!
Must keep working!
-What are you doing? I thought you were going home.
-Brain needs my help.
-Wow! Did Brain ask you for help?
-No. I'm gonna surprise him.
Oh, he'll be surprised! Whew!
I came to help you with the research.
-All done. Look...
-Wow! What do we do now?
I need to finish wiring the vertebrae, then the head.
We can use papier-mache!
-Eh...clay is better.
-OK. I have clay at home. I'll go start the head.
You're going to be in third grade for a long time, Alan.
I brought the... What's the matter?
-You look tired.
-Working late. Come on. I've something to show you.
-It looks great. But... I thought
-was making the head.
The head's the most important part.
I'm sorry you went to all that trouble for nothing.
-We can't use this.
-It's all wrong.
The proportions of the nasal cavities are way off.
Mr Ratburn would never accept this.
-They look the same.
-To the untrained eye.
It's supposed to be OUR project, Brain!
I don't have time to argue.
I have to finish this. You want a good grade, don't you?
"The proportions of the nasal cavities are all wrong"(!)
Are you having a bad dream?
No. A bad reality!
We have to talk about our report.
-I have everything under control.
-That's the problem!
You're gonna drop it. Let me help.
No. I can do it. Don't touch it.
That's ridiculous. You're being a report-hog!
-Please! It's very delicate.
-Fine. Take it!
Look what you've done!
And she let you fall in the mud?
That sounds hilarious!
It was far from amusing.
You were lucky you fell in the mud. If it were me, I'd have PUSHED you.
What?! You have to admit, Brain...
you ARE a report-hog. On our French history report,
you were Napoleon and I was France!
You wouldn't give me any lines.
Even when we were little, you always had to do EVERYTHING.
How would YOU like it if Sue Ellen treated YOU that way?
You're fiddling with my A-plus.
You don't know what you're doing. Go home!
I would feel bad if somebody didn't trust me to work on a report.
I'm sorry I called you a report-hog.
Now we don't have a report to hog! Our model is wrecked.
Maybe. But our report will be even better!
..The largest mammal on Earth.
Very good. Alan and Sue Ellen will report next.
Can we all go outside?
Brain and I set up a demonstration.
All right! Field trip!
We have recreated what palaeontologists might find
wheh they discover dinosaur bones.
Wow, Brain! This is cool.
-It was really Sue Ellen.
-Now you can all dig them up.
There is a proper way to do it. Brain will show you.
Sue Ellen's right. You must be very careful.
This is gonna take all day.
We'll have time to finish our report after school.
I'll meet you at your house. Oh, no!
We're sticking together until it's done.
Subtitles by Janice Hamilton BBC Scotland, 2001
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