Comedy series. When Nev and Keith borrow Aunt Barbara's old television to help Barney, they do not bargain on its remote control having special powers.
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Come on. I can't understand it, Nev. It was working yesterday.
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
Beatrice is coming round later.
-We're going to watch a romantic French movie together.
-Ooh, la, la!
-Do you know why the TV's not working, Nev?
Are you ready, Nevvy?
-Across the ramp and over the telly.
Aye, aye, Captain.
Commencing countdown. Engines on!
Three, two, one...
Vroom, vroom, vroom, vroom!
Strewth! Are you OK, Nevvy?
Mate? Speak to me! Speak to me!
Vroom, vroom! Ha, ha, ha!
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
-So you DO know something about the telly.
Whatever you've been up to,
-you've left us with no telly and me with no movie to watch.
-All right. It's your fault if you're bored while I work.
Yeah, miss you too. See you later.
Come along, Plank. I want this old junk off mine stacked up neatly.
-And then I want it put in the skip outside.
If we're throwing it all away,
why are we stacking it here, Ms Barbara, sir, er, ma'am?
-So no-one trips up over it!
-Who's gonna be stupid enough to... Oh!
Morning, Aunt Barbara. Mr Prank.
Good morning, Mr Barney, sir.
Good morning, Barney. Although it scarcely still is morning.
Just off to your TV presenting job?
Uh, yeah, I am. And your watch is on that wrist.
I agree with you, Ms Barbara, sir, uh, ma'am.
Yes, appearing on television must be very easy.
-It can be quite hard. It's like any other job, really.
not really like caretaking though, is it?
A caretaker's job is never done.
Well, yours certainly never seems to be.
Oh, yes. Always fancied meself on television, Mr Barney, sir.
All this talent, natural good looks. I thought I could go far.
-I've really gotta go.
Bored, bored, bored, bored, bored.
I know, I know! Crazy Keith.
Crazy Keith! Crazy Keith!
Come on, Doris. How long's this silent treatment gonna go on for?
-G'day, Nevvy! How's it hangin', buddy?
Hello, Crazy Keith. I'm Bored. Telly broken.
That's a right dingo's breakfast of a to-do, and no mistake.
We'll have to... LOUD CRASH
Strewth! What was that?
Ow! Oh! Yeow!
Mr Prank, you all right?
-Yes, just moving a bit of junk.
-The door to my flat seems to be blocked.
Could you move this as well?
-Oh, yes. Of course.
-I wanna get changed
cos I'm going to Barney's later to watch this French film.
-Oh. La, La.
-Too right, buddy.
They're gonna be looking at a blank screen all night.
Pan...zoom... Focus. Bonza!
Unless I'm very much mistaken, there's a telly in that junk.
-There you are, Beatrice.
-Thank you, Mr Prank.
-Oh, strewth, Nevvy. That thing's as old as Aunt Barbara!
-Never mind. Telly!
-Yeah, and I've got a plan.
-You distract Angry Pants, I'll get the telly.
And I'm telling you this as a friend, but that colour does nothing for you.
Hmm, I don't know.
-Right, what have we here?
-Hello, Mr Angry Pants.
Psst, now, now!
Oh... Ow... Gnmph! Bear!
Where are you, bear?
-Here I am.
Nice one, Nevvy.
Erm, Mr Prank?
-I'm gonna need to get out of the flat sometime,
you know, later on? To see the French film?
Oh yes, of course. I'll tell you what...
I'll move some of this junk, shall I?
Can't catch me!
Ha, ha! High five!
Ooh, that fat bear! Oh!
And push! Nearly there... And stop.
Yeah. THEY PANT
Ha, ha! Telly!
Yeah, ha, ha!
Give it here. You're obviously not doing it right.
There you go.
Bear! Have you moved that television?
Angry Pants! Time for a sharp exit!
-Hello, Mr Angry Pants.
-I might have known it was you, bear,
making trouble for me by moving this old thing.
You know it's broken, don't you?
Um, yeah, yeah. Broken.
Well, I've got a good mind to give you...
..some scattered showers. With sunny intervals.
And the weather system will be moving further up north,
where we'll see highs of 26, 27.
But on the other hand, blue bears are in for a...stormy time.
Ha, ha, ha, ha!
I'm gonna round me up some critters, then I'm gonna round you up, bear!
Come here, bear!
-Can't catch me.
Ha-ha, ha, ha!
I'm gonna get you, bear!
-What is your specialist subject?
-Hmm... Angry Pants.
You have two minutes on Angry Pants, starting...now.
What N is a blue bear that's about to get caught?
-No way, Jose.
-What am I gonna do to you when I catch you?
-Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.
"Oh dear" indeed.
-Is that your final answer?
-Um, no-no, no, no!
I'm going to have to hurry you.
Can't catch me!
Where is the bear?
-Try the on/off switch. That might get rid of him.
Ah. So, bear, who do you think is...
the weakest link?
That's the sound off, at least. Try again, Nevvy.
...with a donkey. Oh, that's better.
I've started, so I'll finish...you off.
That's just black and white.
We are now going...to sudden death.
No way, Jose!
You are the weakest link, bear...
-Woo-hoo! Wackadoo, you did it, Nevvy, ha, ha, ha!
Ah. I wonder where he went.
KNOCKING ON GLASS
'Where am I?
'What have you done?
'Bear, get me out of here.'
'Shh. The largest land mammal alive, capable of squashing a human.
'But at this safe distance, if I stay very, very quiet...'
-'There's absolutely no chance
'of him attacking me WHATSOVEVER!'
'Oh. Thank you, Sue. And welcome to the finals
'of the World's Smelliest Feet Competition,
'which I have the pleasure to be judging today.'
-Ha, ha, ha!
'So let's move straight on, shall we? Contestant Number One.
-'Contestant Number Two.
'Contestant Number Three.
-I'm glad this isn't smell-o-vision!
-Ha, ha, ha!
-A WOMAN SCREAMS >
-> It's time for me to scarper!
-Move this junk now!
Plank! Where are you, Plank?
Oh, Nevvy doggy!
What's my old television doing in here?
Oh, would Nevvy like a little treat?
NEV WHINES LIKE A DOG
Wait for it, wait for it.
Oh, good doggy.
'And the winner is... Big Jock McSmelly.'
Whack it off.
Excuse me, Nevvy dear. Now, which button is it?
Blessed thing never did work properly.
Oh, there you are, Plank.
What are you doing sneaking up on me like that?
I'm sorry about that, Ms Barbara, sir. Uh, ma'am!
You've hardly moved one box in the hall and I find you lounging about
watching a load of old rubbish on television.
Oh, yes. I'll get rid of that junk, shall I, sir?
Yes...but not before I get rid of you, bear.
I know this all your fault. Yeah.
I'm gonna zap you into the TV
then get rid of this remote control, for good.
Which button is it?
Can't zap me!
Bear! Where are you, bear?
"Beatrice, about that film." That's not right.
Um, "I'm sorry, Beatrice, but..."
"Now, listen up, doll. About that movie..."
-Hey, Barney. I thought I heard you out here.
-Love the hat.
Oh. Well, actually...
-Well, I'm ready. Shall we watch this film?
My mate at college says it's meant to be great.
There's a slushy scene by the Eiffel Tower
that'd make someone with a heart of stone cry
but she says it's so romantic.
Heh, heh, heh!
Got you now, bear!
Red button, I think, heh, heh, heh!
-Here I am.
-Oh, there you are, bear.
Prepare to be zapped!
'My darling. I've dreamt of this moment for so long.
'It's perfect. And in Paris, the city of love.
'At last, we can be together...forever.
'I'm sorry...but I have to go.'
'But...what about us?' SHE SOBS
'I have to get on that train. It leaves in an hour.
'But... But what about me?
'Well, at least we'll always have Paris.'
I'm sorry, I just always wanted those two to get together.
Love you, Barney. Love you, Beetroot.
LOUD CRASH OHH! Plank! Plank, move this junk! >
-I'll be right back, bear.
And I'm taking this with me.
And don't spoil the ending for me, bear!
Hmm. Crazy Keith!
-Barney! Beetroot! Frightened.
-Ah, me too, Nevvy.
Are those two crazy kids gonna make it?
Or is it the end of a beautiful friendship?
-N-n-n-no. Trapped! Mundo problemo.
-Yeah, no, you're right, Nevvy.
-We need to get Barney and Beatrice out of the telly.
Come on, Nevvy. I've got a plan.
-Um... Night, night.
-Night, night, Mummykins.
Have you got a kiss for your special Andy Pandy?
Bear! I just had a lovely dream
about capturing you. And now I wake up and find it's come true.
Come here, bear!
Oh, I bet that hurt!
ENGINE BREAKS DOWN
-It's the batteries.
We're out of juice!
-Oh, dear! Oh, dear(!)
Sounds like somebody's run out of power.
ENGINE TURNS AND FAILS
Licence and registration, bear.
Oh, yes! Oh, joy! Oh, happy days! Ha, ha, ha!
'Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear'
'Ooh, la, la. Trapped!
Oh, yes, mundo problemo indeed. Ha, ha! Now then, what shall we watch?
Oh, I know. How about a nice programme on bear hunting?
Ha, ha! Then I can throw this thing away.
What are you doing still in here? I've told you a hundred times today
that that junk in the hall is a safety hazard!
-And here you are watching some... dog show, on television!
Ms Barbara, sir. Ah, I mean, ma'am! I can explain...
Can you, Plank? Can you?
No. No, I can't actually.
-Right. Give me that.
Here I am.
NEV BLOWS A RASPBERRY
Before I go, there's something I have to tell you.
If I don't, I'll regret it for the rest of my life.
Tell me what?
Erm, that the shop down the road
has got a special offer on scouring pads.
-Yeah. Three for two.
Um. Great I'd better get down there then.
Right, Plank. Chop, chop. Out with the television, on to the skip.
Oh, Mr Prank, that reminds me.
The TV show that I'm working on needs some extras,
so I put your name down cos you were so keen this morning.
No, no. Thank you, Mr Barney, sir. I don't think TV's my thing, really.
Come along, Plank. Get it on the skip. All this cleared by tonight!
-Ha, ha, funny.
-Come along, Plank!
Wanna hear something funny? My TV wasn't broken at all.
-Yeah, someone unplugged it so they could charge that jeep.
CHEERING ON TELEVISION
One thing still puzzles me, though. Why is the TV on now?
Ah, sorry, Barney, buddy.
It's just Doris. She loves the darts. Can't bear to miss a single match.
She's like a different rabbit now.
Can't stand the darts myself. Make room for a koala.
Go on then.
So, what do you think of Algernon?
He adds a touch of class. Couldn't bear to throw him away.
So I got Mr Prank to put him up for us. That was nice of him, wasn't it?
-Anyway, night, fellas.
And Doris? Don't forget to turn the telly off!
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd.
Barney's TV breaks on the day he has invited Beatrice over to watch a romantic movie, so Nev and Keith decide to help out by borrowing the old telly Aunt Barbara is throwing out, but they do not bargain for its remote control having special powers.
Nev and Keith are amazed when they accidentally zap old Angry Pants into a weatherman, a game show host and a cowboy, but when he is finally zapped inside the TV itself, the grumpy caretaker is even more 'angry pants' than usual and seeks his revenge.