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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! #
Look at me! I'm a kangaroo!
Come on, Buster! It's my turn now.
You had it for 48 bounces. I've only had...22.
-But you've had it for longer!
So?! I can't help it if I hop slower!
Sometimes I wonder if all best friends fight.
Did Orville and Wilbur Wright ever argue?
-Give me a push, Orville!
-You got to fly it last time!
-The wasn't a real turn!
-Oh, forget it!
If you won't take turns, people can use the train for the next century!
I'm just saying why is it Frankenstein's monster?
I do just as much work as you!
I did not spend 150,000 marks and four years in medical school
to share credit with a lab assistant!
It should be jelly and peanut butter! Alphabetical order!
Ah! Keep a lid on it!
Without me, you'd get mouldy with that jar of borscht!
But Buster and I always find a way to work things out.
ELEPHANT TRUMPET, ARTHUR LAUGHS
Snow day, everyone! No school!
-Arthur, it's Saturday.
But look at it! I'm calling Buster!
We can build snowmen, and go sledding...!
-And help Dad shovel out.
-Thanks for the help, Arthur.
-I'm gonna call Buster now.
Arthur? You wouldn't want to do my walk, too, would you?
-Alberto has the flu!
-Um... I kind of have plans.
-I'll pay you 5.
5?! For one driveway?! You should go into business.
But then I'd have to spend the whole day shovelling snow.
Let's say you did eight jobs a day. You could make...
-Arthur, you could buy a spaceship!
-It's only 40 a day.
-I can't buy a spaceship!
-What about a used one?
I can't buy ANY spaceship!
But I could buy a skateboard.
Or a catcher's mitt, or a new sled!
I can't sit and talk all day! I have work to do!
Morning! Do you need your money shovelled? I mean, your driveway?
-Wanna go sledding?
Thanks, but I still have some work to do.
Work?! But it's Saturday!
-Huh?! Is this a homework assignment?
-I'm just doing it for extra money.
Suit yourself! Remember us when you're rich.
-Buster?! What are you doing here?
-After you mentioned your spaceship,
I figured, "Why can't I be rich, too?"
-But I was gonna do this house!
-It's big! Let's do it together.
-Hey! We could be partners!
-..Shovel your walk, ma'am?
It's beautiful! You've even sprinkled sand on the steps.
-How does 15 sound?
-That's great, ma'am.
Wow! Talk about easy money!
-One for me, one for you. One for me...
-It's 7.50 each!
OK. Seven for you and seven for me.
I'll take the extra dollar since I was here first.
But I did all the work! You spent half the time dusting the steps!
But she loved the steps!
Plus I did the wet icy snow and you did the fluffy stuff.
-Well, YOU took a huge cocoa break!
-That was for customer relations!
Whenever I looked, YOU were leaning on your shovel catching your breath!
Know what? Keep your dollar! This partnership's over!
Oh, yeah? Well, so is...this one! I quit!
-More snow! Better go shovel out.
-I'll wake up Arthur.
-Let him rest.
After his hard work yesterday, he'll sleep till noon.
-I've promised the job to that nice boy on all the posters.
"Everclean Snow Shoveling.
"Elwood City's first and best snow removal business."
That should do the trick.
-Hey! You're covering my flyer!
-I am not!
You are, too! See?! Your corner's touching my corner!
-You can't do that!
-I just did.
That's a poster for a lost kitten!
Oh, forget it! You can have this stupid telephone pole!
OK, Arthur. I've decided to help you.
Help me?! DW, you can hardly lift a shovel!
Yeah, but I can find more jobs for you...for a fee, of course.
Getting your little sister to find you work?!
No fair! Who's gonna say no to a four-year-old girl?!
-# Magic snow! Magic snow... #
-# If you're all snowed in!
# If you're all snowed in it's the way to go!
-# Magic snow! Magic snow! #
# Who cleans your driveway? Arthur! Arthur! #
Buster's lowered his prices! He's only charging 4 a walk!
What?! That's a dollar less than me!
OK, we'll beat him at his own game.
3.50, and we'll de-ice the car for free.
Ha! I'm working for peanuts!
Buster would have to be crazy to compete with me now!
All for a mere three dollars.
Only two dollars and fifty cents.
At two dollars, I'm the best deal in town.
And I'll even throw in this hat.
Arthur. What a nice surprise.
Hi, Grandma. Do you need your walk shovelled again?
No, sweetheart. Your friend Buster has already started.
Back patio's finished. Let's see about those gutters.
But I'm your grandson! You have to give ME the job.
Sorry. I've already hired Buster. Besides, he only charges a dollar.
Well, then. I'll do it for free.
But, dear... You'll never make any money that way.
Arthur, you missed it!
We had the greatest snowball fight!
And we built a French chateau out of a snowdrift on my front lawn.
-Gee! Sounds like fun.
-Not as fun as it was tearing it down.
-THEY LAUGH AND SCREAM
-Long day, huh?
sound equipment, a push broom and a new shovel, I made...
-Make that nine.
-TV: Now the local weather...
After a weekend of snow, look for blue skies tomorrow.
-Hear that? Sounds like you'll have school tomorrow.
I mean, that's too bad.
-I'm getting a hot chocolate. You want one?
Phew! School tomorrow. What a relief!
Arthur! Arthur! No school, Arthur!
Early bird catches the worm.
-I'm probably going to have to cut the advertising budget.
-Are you getting puffy blisters on your toes?
-Toes, heels, thumbs -
you name it!
Well, I'd better go. I promised to do the parking lot for 75 cents.
I'm doing the community centre playground for 50.
Number 12. This house here.
OK. 22 is next. Move it out!
Buster, how would you feel about skipping the parking lot?
-Are you trying to steal my job?
-No. Let's give Muffy both our jobs.
It's a snow day, and you don't get that many chances to go sledding!
I heard the hill on the 14th hole is super fast!
-With our profits we can buy a new sled!
Wait for us!
Subtitles by Raymond Morrison and Ailsa Macaulay, BBC Broadcast 2004
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