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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, 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! #
-Oh, my throat!
-Mom! Where's my stripy shirt?
-My shirt with the green and white stripes.
-The one I always play softball in.
-Check the dryer.
-It's not in the dryer!
-Check the washer.
-It's all wet!
What will I wear to the softball game?
PHONE RINGS I forgot to put it in the dryer.
Hi, Mrs Tibble! ..What? Oh! I completely forgot.
Can I wear one of Dad's shirts? The one he got for Parents' Day.
I'll be there in five minutes. Bye! COUGHS
I hit the ball over the fence - this shirt is lucky.
My Parents' Day shirt?!
-Why were you wearing it?
-I hope you'll wash it!
-Your shirt is way lucky.
It's a nice shirt, Arthur.
Paper bag puppet friends are only 19.95!
You can colour them - they're educational! Can I have one?
Can I? Ple-e-e-ase?
Please? Please? Please?
Can't we just have a little peace and quiet for once?
I'm sorry. I don't know what's wrong.
I haven't been feeling myself all day.
Yep! You've got a fever.
Congratulations! You've earned a couple of days of bed rest.
I'll be fine by the morning. I know you're catering that tea tomorrow.
You concentrate on getting better.
Yeah, Mom, don't worry. We'll take care of everything.
I call this one Baganini. He sings. # La-lo lee-la-la lee-lo-la... #
Look who's up! Are you feeling better?
-Mom! Want a doughnut?
-Look what I made!
As soon as I get back from the tea, I'll clean up.
-Come on, Kate - time for your nap.
-Arthur, I'm worried about Dad.
-He's not sick.
-But he can't clean the house by himself.
It takes Mom all day to clean, and look - it's already that time.
What if Mom is sick for days? The house will get dirtier!
There'll be no clean dishes. Dust bunnies will be hopping around!
We'll be living in a pig stew!
It's pig-STY, DW.
-But yes - he could use some help.
I'll be back in a few hours. Stay out of trouble.
Wait! Mom always folds the laundry first.
I have something to confess to you. I'm not Sheldon.
-You're not? Then who are you?
-I'm Shelby -
Sheldon's twin. I should have told you sooner, Karen.
I'm not Karen. Karen's my undercover name.
-Yes, I'm in the police.
I'm supposed to arrest you, but I can't. I love you, Sheldon!
Vacuuming done! How's the laundry going?
-What's wrong with Kate?
-I don't know!
I was making Dad's pyjamas stay on the hook when she started crying.
Uh-oh. That's YOUR job.
Why? You've seen Mom change her as often as I have.
-You're closer to her age. You remember how it's done.
OK, we'll shoot for it.
BOTH: Rock, paper, scissors, shoot!
-Rock, paper, scissors, shoot!
-Rock, paper, scissors, shoot!
-Paper beats rock. I win again!
-Come on! Best of 35.
Hey, DW, look!
We can't change her now. It'll wake her up.
Doing the chores wasn't so bad.
Yeah, why do Mom and Dad complain they're so busy?
It only took us a few hours.
I can't wait to see Daddy's face when he sees all the work we did.
Why is my shirt buried in the yard?
-THAT'S where it was!
I couldn't find it when I put your clothes away.
-YOU put my clothes away?
-Uh-huh! We did all the housework!
DW did the laundry, I did the dishes, and...
Is something burning?
Oh, that's just the vacuum cleaner. Something happened to it.
You pick up the big pieces by hand before you vacuum.
-Oh, I'll fix it in the morning.
Ugh! Did you scrape the dishes and close the little detergent door?
-Um...I'm not sure.
We were going to change her, but she fell asleep.
That's OK. It was nice of you two to try to help.
I don't feel great. I think I'll hit the hay.
What about dinner?
There are leftover finger sandwiches in the fridge. Achoo!
-We didn't do that good a job.
Daddy didn't say anything about the laundry.
Who cut a hole in my pyjamas?!
I'm scared. Can I get in with you? I don't want to wake Mom and Dad.
-OK. But not with the cow.
-Mary's scared, too.
Arthur? What if Mom and Dad aren't better by tomorrow?
You heard what Mom said. Grandma's coming. She'll help with the house.
What if they're ill for ages? Grandma can't always come.
-She's got bingo on Fridays and her slim-aerobics class...
Hi, DW, I'm home!
-I'm at the computer! How was the wedding?
-I was fired again.
Catering is tough when you only know how to make jelly sandwiches.
Think it's easy being an accountant when you can't count past ten?
Are Mom and Dad feeling any better today?
Does that answer your question?
Oh, by the way, I sent Kate to the orphanage.
-I couldn't take care of her!
She deserves to be where they can change her diapers.
True. And it's one less mouth to feed.
But I sure will miss her.
If only we had paid attention to the work Mom and Dad do!
Maybe we could have run the house better!
I know! We're terrible parents!
-I had a weird nightmare!
Should we get Mom and Dad?
-If they don't sleep, they might not get well.
-I'll get clothes pins.
This isn't so bad.
I'm just going to clean the dishes before breakfast.
I'll get the sponge mop.
I'll bring Mom and Dad breakfast.
-It's too heavy for you.
-No, it isn't! I can do it!
-Let go, DW!
-You'll spill it!
-Why don't we ALL take it up?
Let's see the state of affairs.
Your dad said this was full of dirty dishes.
Yeah, because I forgot to scrape the plates.
-Where are they?
-We washed them by hand this morning.
Really? OK, well, let's just give Kate a fresh diaper...
They've folded the laundry, emptied the trash and the house is spotless.
I don't see why you called in the reserves.
Arthur and DW run a VERY tight ship.
-I guess we've trained them well.
-Yeah! We should be sick more often.
Wow! It's not even noon, and I'm already wiped out.
Me, too! Running this house is hard work!
-At least we only have to deal with TWO sick people...
Subtitles by Emma Biggins BBC Broadcast 2003
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