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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! #
-What do you mean, "That again"?! Somebody stole my snowball!
-I'm trying to read...
-So no-one cares that my snowball was stolen?!
People won't know the story if you won't let me say it!
-I WOULD, if you would tell the story right!
-Fine - do it yourself!
-Thank you! That was a wonderful dinner.
-Happy birthday, old-timer!
MOM! DAD! Look!
-My snowball's back!
Right on the six-month, two-week, four-day anniversary
-from when it got stolen!
-I'm glad you're happy, honey.
It makes my birthday extra special.
OK, DW, you'll have to put that away for now. It's past your bedtime.
Be careful! It's very fragile!
Wait! You forgot the peas!
I'm so glad you're back!
MUSIC: Blue Danube Waltz
I'm glad to be back, too, DW. I've missed you.
It's been a long six months, two weeks and four days. By the way,
-how DID I get back?
-I don't know! Don't YOU?
-How would I?
I don't have eyes or a brain! I'm a snowball.
But I'll tell you one thing... if somebody took me once,
-what's to stop them taking me again?
-Oh! What do you MEAN?
Well... LAUGHTER DW...!
ALARM CLOCK BEEPS
Well, if it got stolen once, what's to stop it being stolen again?
-It WASN'T stolen, or you wouldn't have found it!
-What does THAT mean?
I think he's saying it got lost behind that stuff in the freezer.
-Then, when everything got moved around yesterday...
-What are you doing?
-Clearing my dishes!
-A likely story(!)
Stay right there!
I can't tell if it's still in here.
CHAINS RATTLE >
-DW, what are you doing in there?
-DW! What are you doing?!
-You could hurt yourself!
-I have to find out if Arthur took it!
Oh! It's smaller!
Here's where your snowball's gonna live from now on, and that's final.
We can't have you wrecking the kitchen or, worse, hurting yourself.
Aren't you gonna punish Arthur? He took the outer part of my snowball!
Arthur didn't take anything. It's just melted from being fussed with,
AND sitting in an open freezer all night.
DW, maybe it's time to take a little...break.
-Putting you in the cooler wasn't MY idea.
-Maybe if you found out
who put me in the freezer, you'd know who stole me to begin with!
Just the name gives me shivers! But, if you can prove he did it,
-your mom and dad might keep him from doing any more damage.
-Watch it! You're melting me!
-OK, I just have a few questions.
Where were you between six months ago and Mom's party?
Listening to you whine about your snowball all day.
Mm-hm...and where did you keep the snowball?
This isn't gonna be as easy as I thought.
-PHONE RINGS Hello?
-'Hi, it's Arthur.'
-You have to come to my house right away.
-What's wrong with your voice?
-I have a cold!
Arthur went to buy medicine. He said to keep you company.
OK, I need you to use science to figure out who stole this.
It's even smaller!
I'm sorry, is Arthur coming back?
What's the problem? Do some experiments! Time is money!
OK, um...but how can it be stolen if YOU have it?
Could a snowball get lost here for six months, without being smooshed?
Hmm, an interesting conundrum. Do you have a measuring tape?
-DW, what are you doing?
-Just straightening up, Mom!
So, if you multiply X by the width of the freezer squared,
factoring in the algorithm of the average weight of meats, ice cream
-and TV dinners...
-Would it get smooshed?
-Just as I suspected! This snowball has been somewhere else!
All right, Brain, science experiment number two!
OK, here's a list of all possible freezers within a ten-block radius
where a thief could have stored the snowball for six months,
-before returning it to your freezer.
-For 1.65, you're a good detective!
-For 40c more, I'll do a flow chart!
Let's see the list.
Oh! What about just the freezers that ARTHUR could have gotten to?
Wait a minute!
-Yes, yes, that's it!
-Ice cream from my mom and dad's ice-cream parlour.
-I assume this was bought for your mom's birthday party?
-Don't you see? The snowball showed up on the same day! So...
What are YOU doing here... in our freezer?
-Oh, I, uh...
-Is this about that stupid snowball?
Yes. I mean, no! ..You're not sick at all, are you?
Sick? You realise you've just been fooled by a four-year-old girl?
Wait! Tell me what the ice cream meant! ..I want my money back!
-Arthur, you did this ON PURPOSE!
-DW, what are you screaming about?
I'm sorry, Snowball. I really tried,
but Arthur's just too smart for me!
HIGH VOICE: It's OK. It wouldn't have made any difference.
-Don't say that!
-SHE SOBS Goodbye, DW!
-OK, DW, it was me!
-I did it!
-You did? WHY?!
-Well...you've just never stopped talking about it
since it disappeared, and so when Dad sent me to get ice cream,
I saw they had a snow-cone machine!
So I ordered one with no syrup, paid for it with my money,
and put it in the freezer. I thought you'd be happy!
Oh. So this wasn't the REAL snowball?
But...but why did you take it in the first place?
I TOLD you - I never took it!
You didn't? Well...then, who did?
I don't know! Nobody knows! Maybe somebody threw it away by accident.
Maybe it melted! Can't you forget it? You're making us all crazy!
How can I just forget it? It was a crime!
Oh, forget it! I tried.
I'm sorry. I guess... I mean, I KNOW you didn't take it.
But thanks for the fake one.
-It was ALMOST as good.
Emily, are you going to the pool?
Wait for me! I wanna come!
I hope the two of you have learned what happens
when you beam down into people's kitchens and take things!
-I know, Dad. "Don't steal. Blah, blah, blah."
-I didn't get my share!
-Blimpy here had three-quarters of it!
If you kids don't stop arguing, you can forget about the Asteroid Fair!
Subtitles by Annelie Beaton BBC Broadcast 2003
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