Scoop Slips Up Bob the Builder: Project Build It


Scoop Slips Up

Animated adventures with Bob the Builder and his friends. Bob is building some salt pans by the beach and accidentally breaks the sluice gates.


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Scoop Slips Up. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

0:00:020:00:05

# Bob the builder - yes, we can!

0:00:050:00:08

# Scoop, Muck and Dizzy and Roley too

0:00:080:00:12

# Lofty and Wendy join the crew

0:00:120:00:16

# Bob and the gang have so much fun

0:00:160:00:19

# Working together They get the job done

0:00:190:00:23

# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

0:00:230:00:26

# Bob the builder - yes, we can!

0:00:260:00:30

# Pilchard and Bird, Travis and Spud

0:00:300:00:33

# Playing together Like good friends should

0:00:330:00:37

# Bob the builder - can we fix it?

0:00:370:00:40

# Bob the builder - yes, we can! #

0:00:400:00:44

GULL SQUAWKS

0:00:460:00:48

Are we building the salt pans here?

0:00:530:00:56

Salt pans? What are they, Bob?

0:00:560:00:58

Big holes in the ground which are filled with seawater.

0:00:580:01:03

Seawater is made up of salt and water.

0:01:030:01:06

And when the sun gets really hot,

0:01:060:01:08

the water dries up, leaving the salt behind.

0:01:080:01:11

Why does Annie want to make salt?

0:01:110:01:15

Bob, we forgot to collect the sluice gates!

0:01:150:01:18

Oh, no, we can't make the salt pans without them!

0:01:180:01:22

I'll get them while you get started on the job.

0:01:220:01:25

-That'd be a great help, Scoop.

-I love being helpful.

0:01:250:01:29

-You're mega-helpful, Scoop.

-ALL: Yeah! Mega-Help Scoop!

0:01:290:01:34

Right, crew, we need to dig a big trench for the pipes.

0:01:340:01:38

Can we dig it?

0:01:380:01:40

ALL: Yes, we can!

0:01:400:01:42

Yeah, I think so.

0:01:420:01:44

Hello, I've got your sluice gates.

0:01:510:01:54

-Thanks, Scoop.

-No prob, Bob.

0:01:540:01:56

And I've got a special surprise!

0:01:560:01:59

Hello, everybody.

0:02:000:02:01

This pipe will take the seawater to that field

0:02:040:02:07

where we'll dig out the salt pans.

0:02:070:02:10

Why are you making salt, Annie?

0:02:100:02:12

Well, everybody in Sunflower Valley uses it.

0:02:120:02:16

Salt is used to make glass, cement, to dye material,

0:02:160:02:20

Farmer Pickles uses it in animal feed, the Sabatinis bake with it.

0:02:200:02:24

I can't wait to see it!

0:02:240:02:26

-It takes a long time to make.

-Better get building then!

0:02:260:02:30

Can we build it?

0:02:300:02:32

ALL: Yes, we can!

0:02:320:02:34

Yeah, I think so.

0:02:340:02:35

HORN HONKS

0:02:350:02:37

-Packer, what are you doing here?

-Collecting some seaweed.

0:02:370:02:41

Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

0:02:410:02:43

Bob! Are you all right?

0:02:440:02:47

Yes! This seaweed is slippery stuff.

0:02:470:02:50

Look! The sluice gate!

0:02:500:02:53

Oh, dear, I've split the wood.

0:02:530:02:55

It was an accident and we can fix it.

0:02:550:02:59

I'll go to the yard and get materials.

0:02:590:03:01

I'll take you, Wendy.

0:03:010:03:03

-We've finished the trench, Bob.

-Let's lay the pipes.

0:03:060:03:10

I'll get them. Mega-Help Scoop is on his way!

0:03:100:03:13

Oh, careful, Scoop! It's very slippery!

0:03:130:03:16

Woa-oa-oah!

0:03:160:03:19

That was a bit close!

0:03:190:03:21

Oh, no, I've broken the sluice gate!

0:03:210:03:25

I hope it's not too important.

0:03:250:03:27

Um, Bob, how important are these sluice gates?

0:03:350:03:40

They're REALLY important, Scoop.

0:03:400:03:42

They control the flow of seawater between each salt pan.

0:03:420:03:46

Oh, dear!

0:03:460:03:48

Now, where is that wrench?

0:03:480:03:50

Scoop, can you take over while I look for it?

0:03:500:03:53

No prob, Bob.

0:03:530:03:55

-You ready, Scoop?

-Yes, Lofty, straight on.

0:03:550:03:59

SCOOP GASPS

0:03:590:04:00

Bob's heading to the broken sluice gate. He can't see what I've done!

0:04:000:04:05

Shall I keep going, Scoop?

0:04:050:04:07

Hello, Scoop. Come to help? Cos Bob can't find his wrench.

0:04:090:04:13

Er, it's not here.

0:04:130:04:15

A-ha, here it is.

0:04:150:04:17

-LOFTY:

-Help!

-ALL: Oh, no, Lofty!

0:04:170:04:20

I'm really sorry, Lofty. I guess I'm not so helpful after all.

0:04:240:04:29

-Everybody makes mistakes, Scoop.

-It's not like you broke anything.

0:04:290:04:34

Oh!

0:04:340:04:36

I wonder if Bob's got an extra sluice gate back at the yard.

0:04:550:04:59

So we need to build the pans on a slope.

0:05:000:05:02

The first pan at the highest level, the last at the lowest.

0:05:020:05:07

So water can slide from one pan, through the sluice gate

0:05:070:05:10

-and down into the next.

-And, um, have we got spare sluice gates

0:05:100:05:15

for when these ones get all worn down?

0:05:150:05:18

These are the only ones we have.

0:05:180:05:20

Once fitted, they'll last for years.

0:05:200:05:23

Oh, dear!

0:05:230:05:24

Right, crew, let's build these pans!

0:05:240:05:27

How deep do you want this pan?

0:05:450:05:47

Scoop has seen the plans, he'll tell you when to stop.

0:05:470:05:51

-Where are they going?

-To get more clay.

0:05:510:05:54

Oh, no! The clay is next to the broken sluice gate.

0:05:540:05:58

Bob's bound to see it.

0:06:030:06:05

Hello, Scoop! Look, Bob, it's Scoop.

0:06:050:06:08

He can help us find the clay.

0:06:080:06:10

-Scoop? I thought you were helping Muck.

-Oh, no! Muck!

0:06:100:06:15

I don't understand. This pan is much too deep.

0:06:160:06:20

I thought Scoop was going to shout out when to stop.

0:06:200:06:24

But he didn't, so I just kept digging and digging.

0:06:240:06:27

I'm really sorry, Muck. I can't believe I messed up again.

0:06:270:06:31

Don't worry, Scoop. We can fix this pan.

0:06:310:06:34

-It won't take long to put this soil back in.

-I'll fix the mess.

0:06:340:06:39

We'll do it together, Scoop.

0:06:390:06:41

We're friends and we help each other.

0:06:410:06:44

-What's next, Bob?

-The sluice gates!

0:07:110:07:14

SCOOP GULPS Really?

0:07:140:07:16

It's all my fault.

0:07:230:07:25

Look, I broke this sluice gate.

0:07:250:07:29

I should have told you ages ago.

0:07:290:07:31

-Have you been worrying about this all day?

-Yes.

0:07:310:07:35

-I didn't know what to do.

-Oh, Scoop!

0:07:350:07:37

YOU didn't break this panel, I did!

0:07:370:07:40

-I slipped on some seaweed this morning.

-You did, Bob?

0:07:400:07:44

Yes! And I've been back at the yard

0:07:440:07:47

searching for some tools and materials so we can fix it.

0:07:470:07:51

It's hard to say when you've broken something.

0:07:520:07:55

But you should say so straightaway.

0:07:550:07:58

Oh, I've been a big silly Billy.

0:07:580:08:01

Come on, let's get this sluice gate mended!

0:08:010:08:04

Don't worry, Lofty, I'll direct you.

0:08:280:08:31

-Really carefully, I promise.

-Thanks, Scoop.

0:08:310:08:34

THEY ALL CHEER

0:08:460:08:48

Wow! Look at all that salt!

0:09:030:09:06

This is my very first crop. I couldn't have made it without you.

0:09:060:09:11

Got it! THEY ALL CHEER

0:09:140:09:17

Oh, thanks, Scoop, you've saved my salt again.

0:09:170:09:21

No problem, Annie, I love being helpful.

0:09:210:09:24

ALL: Yeah, you're Mega-Helpful Scoop!

0:09:240:09:28

Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

0:09:330:09:37

Bob is building some salt pans by the beach and accidentally breaks the sluice gates. When Scoop slips on some seaweed, he thinks he's actually broken the gates, and goes out of his way to stop Bob finding out.