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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! #
Oh, Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?
Yes, milady, I didn't get that. Do you need something?
No, I was practising my Middle English. I'm looking for Romeo.
Yo, Romeo, I haven't got all day, you know.
How long am I supposed to wait for this guy?
I washed my hair, cleaned my dress, and this is the thanks I get!
-I'm sure he'll be along any moment. STRAINING >
-Here he comes!
Hey, you're not Romeo!
You're not Rapunzel!
Must have the wrong balcony!
Where's my Prince Charming?!
Isn't it tres charmant?
-I think they wear those hats in Thunderdance.
-you can have my old beret.
Look what else I bought in Paris.
La Tour Des Vaches, the French version of Tower Of Cows.
Emily, I don't know how to stack French cows!
Pierre and I played it for hours.
-Pierre. I told you. My new French friend.
-We also played tag in the Seine - that's a river -
and hide-and-seek in the Louvre - that's a museum - and...
Tommy Tibble and I did cannonballs in the pool for four hours -
and this one time, he got water up his nose!
DW, I haven't told you the best part.
On my last night in France, Pierre kissed me.
Ugh! That's disgust...
I get it! You dared him!
No, no - we were at the Luxembourg Gardens at the marionette show.
When the baker was about to hit the thief,
Pierre grabbed my hand, and then it just happened.
Ah! It was the most magical moment in my whole life.
The most magical moment in your whole life?! Come on!
More magical than Owls On Ice?
Oh, yes! It was even more magical than Unicorns On Ice.
I'm telling you, for that moment, I was a princess in a fairytale.
I thought glass slippers turned you into a princess.
-A kiss does it much faster.
-I want a kiss, too!
Oh, DW, you don't know the first thing about amour.
Oh, yeah? You'll see! I'll find a prince - we'll have plenty ASMOURS!
You've kissed lots of people, DW - your parents, Grandma Thora, Arthur.
-How come you never turned into a princess before?
-It's not the same!
Kissing a boy your own age is an entirely different kettle of worms!
-You see, it's like this...
-You quit it!
-..Then she got her kiss in France.
-Hey, there's DW.
-She's talking to herself again.
-I should be able to kiss one of them!
Maybe she wants to kiss us!
Maybe someone dared her to!
No, she probably wants to get rid of her cooties!
SHOUTING AND GROANING
Hey, guys, whatcha doing?
Get out of here!
You could kiss one of them.
Yeah, good one(!)
No, I'll know when the right boy comes along.
Excellent job counting, class.
Now, what music shall we listen to during nap time? DW?
-Sweet Dreams Of Mary Moo Cow!
-Alouette. I brought a copy of it from France.
-Let's have a vote.
Who'd prefer DW's suggestion?
-Hmm, a tie!
Wait, here's James.
Sorry, Miss Morgan, I was in the bathroom.
You got back just in time, James.
What do you think? Should we listen to Sweet Dreams With Mary Moo Cow
-or Alouette during our nap?
-Um, I think I'd like, um...
..Sweet Dreams With Mary Moo Cow.
Then Mary Moo Cow it is!
OK, class, let's get ready for our nap. Start gathering your blankets
and spread out so we can have...
It won't be long now.
-Soon you won't be the only princess in this class.
-What do you mean?
I'm going to kiss James.
But, DW, don't you know it only works if he kisses you.
If you kiss him, something might happen.
Hey! Ribbet! What did you do that for? Ribbet!
-I... I thought...
-Young lady, did you just turn James into a frog?
I'll have to put him in with the others. We'll need a new terrarium.
Are all those frogs boys who got kissed?
Half of them are the girls who kissed the boys!
They turn into frogs, too.
Are you going to eat that fly?
Get me out of here! Ribbet!
Arthur, I need your help!
-What can you tell me about kissing?
You must know something about the birds and the trees!
How can I get a boy to kiss me?
I don't know. Ask Mom. I'm doing homework.
Oh, you're no help!
Aha! You do, too, know something about kissing!
You have a book all about it!
This is Romeo And Juliet, based on a play by William Shakespeare.
We're reading it in school.
-What's it about?
-If I tell you, do you promise to leave me alone?
OK, there's a boy named Romeo and a girl named Juliet -
their parents hate each other,
but they fall in love and plan to run away,
but there's a mix up and it all ends badly. The end.
-Where's the kissing part?
-I think they kiss at a ball in disguise.
Hello, how do you do?
I am, um, Nora, but you can call me Anne.
Is today show-and-tell? I forgot! I better call my mom!
-Arthur was no help at all. James probably thinks I'm crazy now.
-We'll have to figure out why boys kiss girls on our own.
Hey, Tommy, Timmy, can you give me a hand with this?
Stay away, stay away!
James, James, help me! This thing is out of control!
Oh! I think this is it!
Here, you dropped your hanky.
Hmm! Some hero(!)
You wouldn't believe the line at the supermarket!
And poor Kate's so tired, she's been crying for a full hour!
-You wouldn't believe the line at the sugarmarket!
And Poopsie will just not stop crying!
-What's the matter with you?
-What do you mean?
I've tried everything and you won't kiss me. What do I have to do?
All I want is to be a princess like Emily. That's not too much to ask,
but I chose the one kid who won't even notice me and now I...
-Can I go now? I left my cookies on the radiator.
Hey, I'm still me!
DW, James kissed you! He kissed you on the cheek!
Pierre only kissed me on the hand.
-You should have my new hat - you really earned it.
It's no big deal - I'd much rather do cannonballs with the Tibbles.
Hey, Tommy, Timmy, are you guys going to the pool?
Run, Timmy! Run!
Wait! Come back! What's with you two? Wait!
Subtitles by Peter Hastie BBC Broadcast 2004
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