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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 Open your eyes! Open your ears!
# 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! #
If we were on a lower shelf,
maybe someone would dust us once in a while.
-But there's such a lovely view from up here.
-Enjoy it while it lasts.
I give us two more months. Then, it's the trash can!
Trash can? Don't be absurd! Arthur would never throw US away!
Oh, yeah? Have you seen yourself lately?
-You're falling apart!
-Really? Oh, dear!
-Face it, Stanley...
you're a has-been - yesterday's toy!
-A mouldy mass of mohair that's...
That wicked woogle is being mean to Stanley again!
-Why couldn't I have been put next to something rubber?
Hang on, old man!
-That's a laugh! Arthur couldn't GIVE you away!
-Are you all right?
Sure. Never better. Although I seem to be losing my leg.
Don't listen to anything he says!
Oh, I don't. Arthur and I have been through so much together.
I'm not going anywhere. Oh...
If I have to sew this bear one more time!
Well, at least the mutt still likes you.
Maybe he'll use you as his chew toy!
What can we use for our report that looks like a cumulus cloud?
It should be puffy, like a piece of cauliflower.
-How about this?
Tightly-spooled cotton, firm, but pliant.
It's perfect! Where did it come from?
I think it came from Stanley.
I never noticed this rip before.
This one looks just like a cirrus cloud.
-And this one could be a cirrostratus!
-I don't wanna use this stuff.
-You're still attached to Stanley.
I'm not! I just think new cotton balls would make better clouds.
We have a ton of them in the bathroom!
This is the best I can do. I'm patching patches now.
-He's getting old and needs special care.
-I know. Thanks, Mom.
-Hey! How much is a singing fish worth?
-You're selling Thelma?
-You loved that thing!
-She forgot the words to the only song she knew.
# Row, row, row your boat Row, row, row your boat... #
She is driving me crazy! SINGING STOPS
I'm getting rich at our garage sale tomorrow. See what else I'm selling!
I'm also getting rid of Bobo, Nancy the troll,
and Larry the lemon. So long, guys!
-How much will you ask for the mangy old bear?
-I'm not selling Stanley!
-Cos I don't want to sell him.
It's because you LOVE him!
I bet you still sleep with him! Wait till I tell the Tibbles.
DW, I gave up sleeping with my stuffed animals when I was three!
Unlike some people!
I don't wanna sell him because he's...an antique!
Whatever you say!
Anything for the garage sale, Arthur?
What did I tell you, cotton-brain?! We're garbage now!
This isn't a garbage can. It's a nice and cosy box!
We're probably going for a walk.
-See? I told you I wasn't attached.
he looked like he was worth more yesterday. I think a penny is fair.
Papa! I want this fish!
Please can I have it? Please, please, please?
I'm afraid we don't have enough, Vikita.
-It seems to cost 1,000.
-Oh, but it's worth every penny!
It's a singing fish, Mr Molina.
Thank you, DW, but I think we'll pass.
Look, Vicky! A shiny garlic press!
I want the fishy!
If you're looking for something cheaper, try Arthur's stuff.
-He has a bear he's practically giving away!
Yeah, he's a real bargain!
He's cute and furry and comes with free dust!
I LOVE him!
I love you, bear! You're so cute!
-I love you!
-What's going on?
I think my daughter wants to buy your bear! How much is it?
I'm not sure...
Yey! Come with me, Chico!
I can't wait to introduce you to all your new friends!
His name is Stanley!
Not any more!
Now, it's Chico!
Wow...some people have all the luck!
Come on, Stanley! I want you to meet my new little sister.
Say hi to Stanley!
-Will you be OK without your night light?
-Mum, I'm six! I'll be fine!
OK. Sleep tight.
I'm not afraid of the dark! I'm not afraid of the dark!
He's better off with the little kid anyway.
-It's over here, boy!
-You want some cereal too, don't you?
Eat up, Chico!
You shouldn't do that!
Why not? He's hungry!
Look how thin he is!
But if his fur gets wet, it gets all crusty and starts to fall out!
I know what's best for Chico.
And for your information, I was going to dry him off...
-in the clothes dryer.
-You can't put him in there!
Help me, Arthur! Help me!
Arthur, ready to finish our cloud project?
This diorama will demonstrate the effects of wind on a cumulus cloud.
It's great. I'm sure we'll get an A. Hey, Brain...
-have you ever given something away and wanted it back?
-What? Of course not.
-It's OK, Arthur. I understand.
-I had a hard time giving up my stuffed pig.
-You had a stuffed pig?
Yes. Plato. I never went anywhere without him.
But I found someone who appreciated him even more than I did.
But I don't think the person I sold him to is taking good care of him.
So why don't you just buy him back?
It's 7. Two more dollars than you paid. Can I have Stanley back now?
You know, my bear - the one I sold you.
Oh, him? Uh...
But why not? I'll throw in this eraser!
I can't give him back because I don't have him.
-Where is he?
-I traded him for this.
You traded my bear for a sticker?
It's not just any sticker. It glows in the dark!
I sure got Timmy Tibble this time!
D-d-did you say...
Don't worry, Stanley. I'll save you!
Just one more snip...
Stuffectomy is complete, Dr Tommy!
I'm coming, Stanley!
Open up! Open up! Where is he? What have you done with him?
COCK CROWS CAT MIAOWS
He didn't even ask if he could come in!
-Can I call the police, Grandma?
-Not today, Timmy.
-Arthur, what a pleasant surprise. What brings you here?
I think Tommy and Timmy may have this old teddy bear that was mine.
Oh, yes, I know exactly who you mean. Come with me.
I keep this door locked. The boys are such angels,
but why tempt them?
Whoa! This place is amazing!
Oh, careful with Zebby, dear. He's a bit long in the tooth to be handled.
1915, I'd say.
Here we are. Sorry for the mix-up, Arthur.
You must've been worried sick.
Wow! He looks almost new!
He was in bad shape when Timmy gave him to me, but I fixed him up.
Oh, I almost forgot. I made him this raincoat.
You don't have to put him in it,
but it does go with his fur.
Maybe he's better off here.
Oh, I was hoping you'd say that.
He's going to have such fun here!
And you can visit him any time you like.
-Just come on over whenever you feel like it.
Actually, I think I'll just keep him for this weekend.
Subtitles by Carla Rossi BBC Broadcast - 2004
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