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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! #
I see a long hallway.
You are walking down it. You are afraid of something.
Suddenly you come to a door.
You open it. It's filled with children taking a test!
They look unhappy.
Oh, it's the Math test!
-There's a big Math test on Friday!
-Yes, Math. I see numbers.
Lots of numbers, big numbers...
small numbers, strange Greek squiggles.
The numbers twist and turn, they seem to leap off the page.
What do you see? Do I fail?
The future is unclear. Madame Prunella is weary.
Madame Prunella needs candy to revive her psychic power.
Madame Prunella's gonna need a little more than that.
It was a long walk over.
I think there's some leftover brownies in the kitchen.
Did you see them in the ball? Is there milk too?
Are there any leftover brownies in OUR kitchen?
Prunella, you're driving me crazy!
And I predict that you will shortly see...Prunella Sees The Light.
There it is. The Brick Of Wonders.
Just a little bit further.
Not so fast, Henry Skreever!
-That voice! It's...
-Yes. Lord Moldywort.
Afraid, little wizard? You should be!
You should be! Ha-ha-ha-ha!
'Henry Skreever And The Brick Of Wonders opens this Friday.'
-We have to do something special.
-Let's read all five books again!
-Marina, it opens in four days.
-Even I can't read that fast.
-I'd get blisters.
-Oh! I've got it!
We'll... No, it's a surprise!
-The Tickling Claw commands thee to tell me!
By the Wheel Of Edam, I shall never confess. I'm using my Hex Of Protection.
-Hey, you uncrossed your arms. The Hex doesn't work.
-Yes, it does.
Prunella, please, I have to know if I failed that Math test.
-Here's a box of Buster Clusters. I made them myself.
They turn your tongue black and give you a rash.
-Have you seen any pink striped bed sheets?
-I'm turning my bedroom into the Castle Of Yutz.
From Henry Skreever, Book 3.
-Remember how the Castle Of Yutz has pink and white walls?
Marina will. She doesn't know yet, but she's coming for a sleepover.
-I want everything to be perfect.
-She's your friend who's blind?
-Why do the sheets have to be pink and white? She can't see them.
Because they just have to be.
A few more touches and it'll be perfect!
I can't wait to see Marina's expression
when she sees what I've done.
What's so special?
It's a replica of Persephone's room in the Castle Of Yutz.
No, her walls are made of velvet.
Velvet bed sheets would have been too expensive.
-But they DO have the pink stripes.
-I bet they're a lovely shade(!)
-Too bad I can't enjoy them.
-Oh, I'm sorry, Marina. I wasn't thinking.
-Want to play cards with my Henry Skreever deck?
How can I play cards? I can't see them. Am I here just to be insulted?
That's it. I'm going home. I hate this place.
-Be quiet before you say something else mean and offensive!
Wicked witch of the horrible gaff Presto, change-o, you are a giraffe!
So, what do I do? I've been looking forward to this sleepover for days.
But maybe it's not a good idea.
Just get your room redone, so it's safe for Marina.
-Put in a ramp, that sort of thing.
-She's blind, not in a wheelchair!
-I can't afford to redo my room.
There are things a girl can do on a modest budget.
You'll wanna take notes.
What's this string doing here? I tripped over it.
-It's so Marina can find the bathroom.
-She won't need string to find the bathroom.
Why not just ask if there's anything special she needs?
I want the sleepover to be a surprise.
-I swore on the Wheel Of Edam not to tell.
-What's more important?
Having a good time with your friend or a swear on a piece of cheese?
Marina, I was wondering...because you're visually challenged...
Oh! It sounds terrible!
-Prunella? Is that you?
-Wow! I didn't know you could play soccer.
Yeah, the ball beeps, so I can hear where it is. What're you doing here?
Um...I have to talk to you about something.
Me, too. Do you want to sleep over at my house on Thursday?
-We could play games all night and go to the movie really early.
Great. Just come over after school.
-Oh, what did you want to tell me?
I don't eat eggplants. Bye.
See you tomorrow.
-What's the password?
Actually, I was thinking of Tzatziki from Book 4,
Henry Skreever And The Menacing Moussaka, but you can come in.
Why aren't you using your cane?
It's my house. I kind of know where things are. Dinner's almost ready.
Hot dogs at six o'clock, beans at nine
and sauerkraut at three. Enjoy!
-What's that all about?
-So I know where my food is, I imagine a clock.
The milk's at two o'clock, two twelve, really.
-The mustard's a little after ten. The salt...
-Thanks. I can manage.
So, what shall we play first?
Do you like cards? I'm a gin rummy freak.
-Marina! WATCH OUT!
A corner of the rug was turned back. You could have tripped.
I thought the house was on fire or something!
Braille cards! I never knew they had these. They're so cool.
I guess. Your turn.
-I put down a three.
-You don't have to tell me.
I thought I'd save you the trouble. Do they have Braille chequers?
Does your jack ball have a beeper like your soccer ball?
Are there Braille dice? Do you feel the dents? Backgammon must be hard.
Those pieces are so smooth!
You'll have no problem with chess.
Prunella, Wizard Of Lakewood,
I command thee to stop asking so many questions.
-Oh, I moved out of the way!
I should have said something. I'm SO sorry.
It's OK. I'm fine.
-Should I get your mom?
-Why? Haven't you ever fallen?
-Well, yes, but...
-Marina, I was only trying to help.
You've been trying to help all evening and you're driving me crazy!
Well, if that's the way you feel, maybe...I should just go home.
Fine. If that's what you want. No-one's forcing you to stay.
Please, Prunella, the test is tomorrow. I have to know my fate.
-What's the matter?
-I had a big fight with Marina.
I was just trying to be extra considerate because she can't see.
-She got angry.
-She probably doesn't want you to be extra considerate.
I hate being treated differently because I have asthma.
-I can't ignore the fact that she's blind.
-You don't have to make a big deal out of it.
-Would you like it if someone was always fussing over you?
-What about my fortune?
-I see you studying.
Studying all day, studying all night!
You'll do fine. Excuse me. I have a phone call to make.
Goodbye, Haggis. I'll never forget you!
You're the best bearded, sloppy, giant friend a wizard could have.
That was terrible! The special effects were so goofy-looking!
-Moldywort didn't look like what I imagined!
-How do you know?
-From the description on my headset. Where's the ticket guy?
-To the left.
I thought the kid playing Harry was all wrong.
Me, too. I guess they don't see him the way we do.
CROSSING BEEPS Arm, please.
Subtitles by Dorothy Moore BBC Broadcast 2003
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