There is an outbreak of Beanotown cold and Dennis is the sole escapee, leaving him the centre of attention for all the teachers in the whole school.
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Ready, Gnasher? Let's go!
# Playing by the rules
# Is highly overrated
# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!
# They can't hold us back
# We'll make the most of every second
# Unstoppable, unstoppable, yeah!
# After all is said and done
# Shout, "One for all and all for fun!"
# Nothing's going to bring us down today
# Open up your eyes the world outside is waiting. #
Ha-ha! Gnash, Gnash!
Curly, Pie-Face! Another day of menacing ahead!
Meant to do that.
-You both all right?
-No, Dennis, we've both got... Atchoo!
We've both got... Atchoo! I mean, we've both got... Atchoo!
It's all right, Pie-Face,
what he's trying to say is that we've both got...
-Atchoo! We've both got... Atchoo!
-Both got what?
Oh, Curly, Pie-Face, didn't you get the letter?
The Beanotown cold is so contagious that you must stay home!
And you, dog.
Yes, you, dog, you aren't allowed here.
Pie-Face, Curly, dog,
you must all leave the school grounds this instant!
-Yeah, I think I might be coming down with something.
Quiet! Quiet, class, quiet, no more chattering, everyone, quiet!
Oh, looks like quite a few pupils have the cold.
Not I, Mrs Creecher!
-I'm perfectly well.
-Walter, didn't you get the letter?
I don't have a cold, Mrs Creecher. I am 100% healthy.
Now then, class, if James has 37 counters in his left hand
and 92 counters in his right, how many hands does he have?
jumping shape...see a rainbow.
A good try, Walter. Next question.
Dennis - what is the square root of a million
times the square root of a billion?
Uh, hopeless, Dennis, hopeless!
Walter, call me crazy, but I think you may be ill.
I'm having your parents pick you up.
No Walter? This could be the best school day ever!
Just a dessert for my lunch, Bren, how much?
-Not many children in so they're free today.
Well, in that case I'll only have 50 of them.
Oh, no, headmaster's orders, one dessert per child.
-But I'm the only...
-Strict instructions! Want your dessert then?
Eh...sure. Could I have a spoon?
Actually, forget the spoon.
-Oh, bonjour, I am le French exchange student
Pierre Le...Bon Bon.
La dessert. pleeease?
All right, but you only get one.
I am German exchange student Fritz Van...Munich.
-Dessert, please and ze thank you.
Are there many kids in that lunch line?
Oh, ja, ja, why don't you take a look?
Ah, I knew it! You're not getting one over on me.
-Oh, may have overdone it on dessert.
-Come on, bowler.
-Batsman, hit it.
-Ha-ha, atta boy! Fielder, catch it!
Well done for getting him out, Dennis, marvellous play!
Dennis, how come you're out already? Awful!
Two laps round the field for you.
-Well, Dennis, poor Walter had to go home.
-Which means for the rest of the day it's just you and me.
Since all the other children have the cold, you're going to spend
the rest of the day being taught by all the teachers in the school -
-What's nine times 99?
-What's long and sticky?
What's the meaning of life?
-Who invented the banana?
-Is this a square or a circle?
Oh, the worst day ever, Gnasher.
Teachers, teachers everywhere - it's not fair,
why can't I catch a cold like everyone else?
Actually, I think I can.
The light, it grows faint. Is that you, Mother?
This awful cold...is so horrible. So...painful.
And so very, very real.
Goodbye, old friend.
GNASHER HOWLS SADLY
Dennis, could you move away from the door? I have to pick up Bea.
Mum, I have a cold!
No, you want out of school, like when you said you had chickenpox.
Or when you said you were pregnant.
Or when you said your arm fell off.
Unless you really have a cold like your dad, don't waste my time.
Dad has a cold?
Yes, and apparently it's very infectious,
so keep far, far away from him.
-Calm down, Dad, I'm here to look after you.
Oh, lovely, Dennis, how nice of you.
-What's in this sandwich?
-Bacon, bread...tomato sauce.
Normal?! Right, need a plan B. What is it Gran says?
Eh, Dennis, do you want to see me get a whole coconut into me mouth?
No, not that.
Keep out of the cold and wet or you will catch a cold I bet.
Now, watch me get this coconut into me mouth.
MUFFLED: How about that?
Gnash, Gnash, Gnash!
MAN AND BOY SCREAM
Gnash, Gnash, Gnash.
Right, Gnasher, I must have caught a cold by now. Come on, Gnasher.
Gnash, Gnash, Gnash.
What?! I'm still fine? Oh, come on!
-So, how will he be?
-Ah, he's fine, nothing broken.
-Oh, you sure?
I definitely felt something snap.
Maybe I should stay at home? Rest the foot, get my strength back.
-No, you won't need to miss a day of school!
What kind of a doctor are you?
-Hi, Dennis, you OK?
-No, I'm not. Well, yes, I am.
-Back to school.
-Great, cos we're all going to the beach.
Yeah, as everyone has just gotten over their colds,
the teachers thought we should have a day out.
Brilliant! I love school! This is going to be the best day ever!
Oh, dear, the Beanotown cold. Best get you home.
No, no, that sneeze was a fluke. So was that one!
And that one! Mum, I'm well, I feel great!
Honestly, Mum, I'm fine, I'm completely...
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Dennis and his faithful hound Gnasher are out to make every day as much fun as possible, but their adventures often lead them into trouble. There's been an outbreak of the super-infectious Beanotown cold and Dennis seems to be the sole escapee, leaving him the centre of attention for all the teachers in the whole school - nightmare! Dennis is run ragged and decides he needs a day off - if only he could find a way to catch the cold too...