Comedy series. Neville panics when his first tooth looks like a scary fang. Aunt Barbara dresses Nev up like a prize pooch for a trip to the dog dentist.
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Doo doo-dee-doo. Soapy soapy.
Do-doo-de-doo, doo-dee-doo. Soapy soapy.
-Hello, Snuggly Ducky Duck Duck.
-QUACK QUACK QUACK!
There you go, mate.
How are you doing?
-Yeah, I know it's a bit of a shock, but it's not that bad.
-Listen, I've got to go to work, will you be OK?
You'll get used to it. I already have.
-In a funny blue bear kinda way, it suits you.
Hi, Aunt Barbara, it's Barney.
The thing is I need you to look in on Nev for me later on.
It's just he's had a bit of a shock.
No, he doesn't need to go to hospital. No...no...
Aunt Barbara... Aunt Barbara...
-You'll see for yourself when you get here.
OK, then. Bye! Bye!
It's OK, Nev, Aunt Barbara will check in on you later on.
-I'll see you in a bit.
Ah, that's it, you take it easy.
Hello, Mr Prank.
Oh! Hello, Mr Barney, sir.
I thought you were, you know, her. The aardvark from upstairs.
I'm having to load the ice-cream van one tub at a time today
-in case she notices.
-Yeah. I've got to go to work.
Me too. Lots of ice-cream to sell or I'll be seriously out of pocket.
You haven't seen the old battleaxe have you?
Um...if you mean Aunt Barbara, she's on her way down
to check in on Nev, he's had a bit of a nasty surprise.
-He's feeling a bit down.
Oh dear. What a shame, poor little fella.
Is he, er... Is he really, really down?
Is he having a bad bear day?
Bad bear day! Do you get it? See what I did there?
-I took the word bear...
-Hilarious. I'm late for work. See ya.
Right, get that van loaded.
Money, money, money. Lots of ice-cream money to earn today.
Nevvy! Oh, Nevvy!
Wake up, pal.
You've had a bit of a shock.
What's up, buddy?
Ahem, ahem, ahem!
AHEM! AHEM! AHEM!
-Hello, Crazy Keith.
Argh! Argh! Argh!
Wah! Argh! Oh! Argh!
Crazy Keith! Wait!
Whoa. Honestly, Doris, poor little Nevvy, how bad must he be feeling.
Oh! Here, let me move those for you, sugar.
Now, now, honestly, it's no trouble.
No bother. Really, honestly.
Now, where was I?
Oh, yeah, instead of the cute little Nevvy we all know and love
there was this terrible, grotesque, ferocious thing like a vampire
-or a monster - woooo!
You heard that, didn't you, Nevvy?
-New tooth. Feel sad.
Oh-oh, come on, Nevvy.
Let your buddy Keith give it a great big once over. Open wide, say, "Ah."
Ah! It's not that bad.
Look on the bright side, you won't need to dress up for Halloween.
Oh, strewth! I'm making this worse, aren't I?
-Oh, and here's you traumatised
-by the shock of being turned into a little fang-face.
Oh, come on, mate.
Look. It's still you.
Oh! Here comes more letters. Postie must be starting her round.
Let's have a look.
Yup! There she is. Poor Beatrice. All her post seems to be slipping
through the floorboards these days, down here.
Wackadoo! Ha ha ha!
All the more gossip for me to read, eh, Doris?!
But you know, I need to think of a way to store all this mail.
Ha ha ha ha!
Nevvy, wake up. I know what to do about your tooth.
I'm just gonna yank it out and use it to keep my letters tidy.
Ouch! Can't make me!
Ha ha ha ha ha!
Where do you think you're going with that ice-cream, Plank?
-Good gravy! Barney's flat is that way.
Don't you know where that poor little dog, Neville lives?
But good thinking, ice-cream is just the thing for a shock.
I'll take it to Nevvy. You get on with your caretaking.
Yes, Miss Barbara, sir. Er...ma'am.
Caretaker, caretaker! Couldn't care-less-taker.
Oh, Nevvy! Nevvy-wevvy!
-Where are you?
Your favourite Aunty Barbie's here and I've got a little treat for you.
That's right. You eat up that ice-cream
and then I can find out all about this shock you've had.
Why didn't that useless nephew of mine just say?
And I've got just the thing.
Hush, Chops, there's a good dog. Sh!
Now, where did I put that box?
Move over, Chops, so that I can see.
Oh, I wondered where I'd put that.
Oh, really must water that.
Oh, here we are.
Auntie Barbara's famous rock biscuits.
-Perfect for teething.
BANG BANG BANG!
Lovely biscuit for a lovely little doggy.
Open wide, Neville.
-What did you say?
Oh, I say. You want some more ice-cream?
-Oh, who's a clever little dog?
I'll see what I can do.
Heh heh heh!
Excellent, Plank! Just what I was looking for.
Where do you actually get your ice-cream from?
Oh, it's just...er...
Let go, you silly little man.
This is mine!
Oh! Good gravy!
Grrr! It's my ice-cream!
You've taken my ice-cream!
Oh, Mr Prank, oh, I do love a good boogie!
-Ha ha ha ha!
Oh, wackadoo! I need that tooth, Nevvy.
It's perfect to spike these letters on.
Love you, Postie.
-Ha ha ha!
Bonza! It works! The tooth works!
Open wide, Nevvy!
Coo! It sure is a biggy, Nev. Can I have it?
Laters, mate. I can't have Aunt Barbara finding out about me!
-Oh, is the poor little doggy tired?
-We need to build you up with lots more ice-cream.
-Yum yum! Woof!
Ha ha ha ha!
Excellent. How thoughtful of you.
Seems you're not as silly as usual, Plank.
-Come with me, I've got a special treat for you.
Oh, yes indeed. You've earned it. Come on.
And now for your treat, Plank.
-"A bonus," I think we could call it.
I know we've never seen eye-to-eye,
but I have been touched by your generosity to little Nev.
I think our relationship may have turned a corner.
Oh, isn't he adorable.
Such a clever little dog to eat from the spoon.
-Love you, Mr Angry Pants.
And I know you won't make Nev feel uncomfortable about his tooth.
-He's very sensitive you know.
-Oh, is he?
Now for your reward.
Won't you help yourself, Plank?
I made them myself.
Oh! Don't mind if I do, Miss Barbara, Sir.
They're my own special recipe.
-Oh, you need more ice-cream, you poor little dog.
Grrrr. You won't get away with this, Bear!
My ice-cream is wasted on you. Just because you've grown a tooth!
Can't scare me!
My ice-cream should be earning me money,
but you and your unsightly tusk are scoffing the lot.
There you are, Neville!
Now look what you've done, Plank!
I shall have to give Neville a bath
-and clear up this mess immediately.
-Yes, Miss Barbara, ma'am.
Of course, Miss Barbara, Sir. Er! Ma'am.
You've eaten too much of my ice-cream today, toothy!
Now you're for it!
-Someone can't wait for his bath!
Ah-choo! NEV BLOWS A RASPBERRY
I'll get you, bear. Mark my words.
Or my name isn't Angry Pants... Er...Andrew Plank.
Andy Prank! Grrr.
La la-la la!
Sponge, please, Neville.
Good gravy! That tooth's getting longer by the minute!
Best get that seen to today.
I'll call the dog dentist as soon as you're nice and clean.
Ah! Ah! Ah!
Now, now, Neville. A little bath never hurt anyone.
Ah! Crazy Keith!
Still hate that tooth, Nevvy? Want me to wiggle it out?
Ow! No way, Jose!
-Yes, yes, I'm coming! Out you come.
And last of all, this goes round your little neck.
-Oh, who's got a cute little doggy face!
Pardon you, Neville.
I see that Plank has been his usual lazy self.
He still hasn't cleaned up in here at all!
But he will!
Lovely tooth! Oh!
Come to Crazy Keith, you little spiking beauty!
Can't scare me!
Ha ha ha ha ha!
I can finally get on with my ice-cream round.
You there, Plank. Come here!
After all those biscuits you still haven't done a scrap of work.
You useless, ungrateful, ne'er-do-well.
I want my nephew's sofa and entire flat spotless.
-Do you hear me?
Now, all right.
Not now, Doris. Almost there, babe.
Just a few little adjustments and I'll be with you in a minute.
Hang on! What am I doing?
What have I turned into?
Here I am with the most beautiful bunny in the world
and all I'm thinking about is a plan to get Nev's tooth.
Ha! Doris, it's time to chill.
-Hello, Mr Angry Pants.
-Well, well, well,
if it isn't the blue, ice-cream scoffing, Dracula-fanged menace!
-Miss Barbara can't help you now, bear!
Oh, this is more like it. Ah!
Remember the time we went to the beach, Doris?
Oh, what a day that was, eh?
Oh! Ooo! Oh!
Oh! Don't move, Doris, I'm going in.
-Old Angry Pants is on the rampage.
Still, it's nice, isn't it? Just the two of us, down here,
reminiscing about the old days.
Oh, it's no good. I'm going in, Doris. I can't help myself.
The tooth might get knocked out, and I need it!
I won't be long, Doris, we'll chill out again later.
Come here, bear!
-Come here, bear!
Where are you, bear? I can smell you!
Ah! Ha ha!
SPLAT! Oh! Urgh!
Ha ha ha!
Who's throwing my own ice-cream at me?
Hello, Mr Angry Pants.
Bear, you little...
-Where are you, bear? I can smell you, you little...
Come out, come out, wherever you are!
No, no, no, no!
Bear! Where are you?
NEV'S KNEES KNOCK
Ha ha ha ha ha!
There's no escape now, bear!
Wait. Let me just savour the moment.
-This way, Nevvy!
Come here, bear.
-Trust me, Nevvy, I've got an idea. Let's go!
That was close, but at least you're safe from Angry Pants now.
And I designed a gadget to solve your tooth problem good and all.
No way, Jose! Aaaah!
Oh. Oh. Oh.
-It's for your own good, Nevvy!
You know you hate that tooth.
-Only trying to help you, mate.
Hello again, bear.
Bra-bra! Woof woof!
What are you talking about? Oh!
What is the meaning of this, Plank?
Just horseplay, Aunt Barbara, sir. Er...ma'am.
We were just joshing between two good friends.
How I love my best blue buddy, Neville!
Woof woof woof!
I can see that, Plank.
I want to know why this place has still not been cleaned up.
-Oh, stop waffling!
Jump into my handbag, we've got to go to the dog dentist.
WOOF WOOF WOOF!
Oh, never mind, Chops! Hop in, Neville.
No way, Jose!
What did you say?
No, nothing, no.
Woof! Three, two, one. Nee-owww!
-WEEE! DOINK! BOTH:
Oh! I give up.
-Hang on, is this your tooth, Nev?
Bonza, Keithy boy!
Barney! Barney! Frightened.
Ah, it's only me, Crazy...
-IN A HIGH VOICE:
-I mean, it's the crazy tooth fairy.
I've taken the little fella's tooth and left him something
-in exchange. I have, darling, I have.
-No, possums, it's not.
-Hello, Crazy Keith.
Strewth! I don't get it. This is one of my best disguises.
Look, I'm sorry about before. I just really needed that tooth.
Er, love you, Crazy Keith.
Yeah, definitely crazy. Hey! Shall we find out
-what the crazy tooth fairy left under your pillow?
-A pound coin!
More? A pound's a result. You didn't even want it.
Did you find out what Keith was going to do with it?
Oh, never mind.
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Bonza! It works!
Neville grows his first tooth and panics when it looks like a scary fang. When Barney notices that Nev is not coping with his new tooth, he gets Aunt Barbara to look after his bear friend while he is at work.
Before long, Aunt Barbara has Nev dressed up like a prize pooch for a visit to the dog dentist and Crazy Keith is making his own plans to yank the tooth out. Perhaps Nev's fanglike tooth could be useful after all?