Muck's Drying Tunnel Bob the Builder: Project Build It


Muck's Drying Tunnel

Animated adventures with Bob the Builder and all his friends as they construct a new, ecologically-friendly town from scratch. Muck tries to help Mr Beasley.


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# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

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# Bob the builder - yes, we can!

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# Scoop, Muck and Dizzy and Roley too

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# Lofty and Wendy join the crew

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# Bob and the gang have so much fun

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# Working together They get the job done

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# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

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# Bob the builder - yes, we can!

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# Pilchard and Bird, Travis and Spud

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# Playing together like good friends should

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# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

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# Bob the builder - yes, we can! #

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Hi!

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Welcome back to the seaweed farm. Look, my first crop!

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-They're lovely and wet and slimy.

-Not for long, Muck.

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-We're going to dry it.

-ALL: Dry it?!

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Yes. If you leave seaweed sitting around wet,

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it goes all rotten and smelly. Poo-wee!

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But if you dry it out, it keeps for ages.

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I've discovered a really good way to dry seaweed.

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A seaweed-drying tunnel.

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ALL: Wow-ee!

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That's a brilliant idea, Bob. How does it work?

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Well, it's a tunnel, you put seaweed in it and it dries.

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Fantastic!

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-I'll mark where it goes. Scoop, you dig it out.

-No prob, Bob.

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-Dizzy, I'll need concrete.

-Coming up.

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-Muck, go back to the yard and fetch some materials.

-Muck's on the job!

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Can we build it?

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ALL: Yes, we can!

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Hello, Mr Beasley. What are you doing?

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Oh, hello, Muck. Er, I'm... I'm trying to...

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THUD! ..dry me washing, but, er,

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I've got myself in a right tangle!

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-Do you know other ways of drying laundry?

-Maybe that's like...

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drying seaweed!

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Wait there, Mr Beasley.

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You know Bob's brilliant seaweed-drying tunnel idea?

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I've had an idea too -

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to help Mr Beasley build a special LAUNDRY-drying tunnel.

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A LAUNDRY-drying tunnel?

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Yes. It will be just like Bob's seaweed-drying tunnel, except...

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-it'll dry laundry instead.

-That's a brilliant idea!

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-Don't tell anyone. I want it to be a surprise.

-Ha-ha! OK.

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Er, Bob, what's the first thing you build for the tunnel?

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-Well, Muck, you put down a concrete foundation.

-Concrete foundation.

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-Then you build six pillars.

-Six pillars.

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Right, er, I'm off to help... Mr Beasley with his washing.

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-Concrete foundation? But...I haven't got a concrete mixer.

-Oh, well, er...

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six pillars then.

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Muck, is this tunnel going to be big enough?

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-I've got a lot of clothes.

-Six pillars - that's what Bob said.

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I'll be back soon.

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I'm back, Bob!

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-What's this bit?

-The wooden frame, Muck.

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-It supports the tunnel.

-Brilliant!

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Psst! Muck...

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Bob didn't use all the wood.

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You can have these extra bits.

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Thanks, Dizzy. Reduce, reuse, recycle!

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Ooh, me thumb!

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-Ooh! Do we have to build it out of wood?

-Yes.

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-Bob's tunnel's made of wood.

-I keep getting splinters!

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-Why don't you wear gloves?

-Brilliant idea, Muck!

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-Here I am!

-We've nearly finished, Muck. The seaweed goes on this mesh

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-of freshly cut bamboo.

-Freshly cut bamboo.

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The tunnel is made out of recycled plastic.

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-Recycled plastic.

-The sun shines through the plastic

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-and the seaweed gets really hot.

-Really hot.

-Finally,

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we turn on this solar-powered fan.

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It blows air on the tunnel,

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and the seaweed dries.

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The laundry dr...

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And the SEAWEED dries.

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Thanks, Bob.

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Right, there's some bamboo left, but no more plastic. And don't forget,

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-you need a solar-powered fan.

-Where do I get a solar-powered fan?

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I wonder!

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Oh, phew!

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It was very nice of you to offer to dry our laundry, young Muck.

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-In you go!

-Oh, careful, Mr Beasley.

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My favourite shirt's in there.

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I do hope it won't be overly creased.

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I've got so much lovely wet slimy seaweed to dry,

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-it won't all fit.

-Don't worry.

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The tunnel will dry it so fast, we'll have time to do lots of loads.

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'Muck to Bob! Muck to Bob!'

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-Hello, Muck.

-Can you come to Mr Beasley's yard?

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-I've got something to show you.

-On my way!

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-Oh, dearie me! Me fan's not strong enough.

-It's blocked,

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-take some laundry out!

-But I need to dry all me clothes right away!

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Perhaps it's just drying slowly. Shall we check?

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RIPPING

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-Oh, Bernard, that's your favourite shirt!

-Gracious me!

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-I told you we shouldn't have used splintery wood, Muck!

-Splintery?!

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-Dearie me!

-I thought this laundry device was safe, young Muck.

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-Oh, it's all green!

-The bamboo - it's staining everything!

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-Oh, no!

-It's a catastrophe!

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-Oh, Muck, that looks great!

-That's fantastic!

-That looks brilliant!

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It isn't. It's meant to be a laundry-drying tunnel,

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but it's not drying laundry, it's ruining it!

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Oh!

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I don't understand, Bob. I made it exactly the same as your tunnel.

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-Why didn't it work?

-Because a tunnel that works for drying seaweed,

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doesn't work for drying laundry.

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-Quite so, Bob.

-If Mr Beasley wanted to dry this much laundry,

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-the tunnel would need to be a lot longer.

-Like

-I

-said!

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Splintery wood is OK for seaweed, but clothes should be treated

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-a bit more gently.

-Oh, Bob, I thought I'd had a brilliant idea.

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Oh, Muck, you just needed to think a bit more

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-about what laundry needs to get dry.

-Think a bit more.

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Hmm...

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Muck, you've turned Mr Beasley's long line...

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Into lots of little lines!

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-I'll be able to hang everything on that!

-Hmm. Let's...

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stick it on a pole.

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If it's high up, the wind can get to it easily.

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Oh, brilliant! Any more ideas, Muck?

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Muck's special laundry-drying machine looks beautiful!

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The dryer turns in the wind, so the wind gets to every bit of laundry,

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and it all dries quickly. It's the best laundry-drying machine ever!

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-Wow, dry seaweed, loads of it!

-It'll keep for ages.

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-Now you can use the dry seaweed whenever you want.

-Yes.

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For cooking, turning into glue, for medicine, or soap.

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Seaweed's got lots of uses.

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It's not just seaweed that keeps for ages if you dry it out,

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you can dry out all sorts of things.

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-Herbs, flowers, different kinds of fruit.

-Pineapple?

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Yes, you get slices of dried pineapple in tropical fruit mix.

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I could make a PINEAPPLE-drying machine. Or even...

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-a tomato-drying machine.

-Those are brilliant ideas!

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-A mango-drying machine.

-A rhubarb dryer.

-A parsnip dryer.

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I can't wait to get started!

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Wow! Ha-ha!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd, 2006

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Bob is building a drying tunnel to dry seaweed. Muck does his best to replicate the seaweed tunnel to dry Mr Beasley's washing, with disastrous results. Muck confesses what he's done and Bob points out that while tunnels are good for drying seaweed, they're not good for drying clothes. Muck has another idea - a rotary washing line. It's the perfect solution!


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