It is school photo day and Dad demands that Dennis stays squeaky clean for the perfect portrait - or he is grounded for a month.
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# 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 fun for all and all for fun
# Nothing's gonna bring us down today
# Open up your eyes, the world outside is waiting. #
Morning, Dad! I made goo.
So me and Gnasher can have a goo filled balloon fight later.
Oh, Dennis! It's school photo day.
-You have to stay clean.
-Stay clean? Me?
I want Mum to have a photo of you looking absolutely sparkling.
Urgh! Get off!
Ow, not so hard.
-Good morning! Oh, it's you.
-Morning, Mr, um...Walter's Dad.
Listen, a little favour - you know it's school photo day.
Yes, of course. Walter's just had his 13th bath in preparation.
He should be clean enough now.
Well, after his shower, of course.
Hmmm, hmmm, hmmm...
I want Dennis to stay clean too.
Thing is, I've got to be rushing off to work now.
If Dennis goes to school on his skateboard he'll get mucky,
so could you take him to school along with Walter?
Ha! What, and have Dennis make a mess in my lovely car?
Oh, no, no, no...he won't do that.
You're not going to get yourself messy, are you, Dennis?
-Me, get messy? No, of course not, Dad.
-I'm warning you, Dennis.
You'd better stay clean.
If Mum doesn't like the photo, you're grounded for a month.
A month?! Just if I get dirty?
Hmmm, well, that threat seems to have worked. Very well,
-have him wait outside. We'll set off soon.
-Oh, thank you ever so much.
You know, you really are too...
Ah, Dennis! I see you've prepared for the school photo.
Rather than smelling of an entire rubbish dump this morning,
you only smell of a cow pat.
Oh, Dennis, you appear to have some paint on you.
Oh, no, you can't out-menace a menace, Walter.
I'm squeaky clean right now, I know it.
No, no, no, really, you have some paint on you, right there.
-Huh? Walter, I could get grounded for a month.
-Oh, sorry, Dennis.
I had no idea. You'd better wash that off then.
Don't worry, Dad won't leave until you're in the car with me.
-You're quite safe.
Ah, right boys, shall we... Wait, where's Dennis?
-Oh, he's in the car already, Father.
-Oh, jolly good!
Quieter than usual, isn't he?
CAR ENGINE STARTS
Eurgh...huh! Hey, Walter, wait...
Oh, now, how am I going to get to school?
If I'm outside any longer, I'm bound to get dirt on me. I can't help it.
The only way I'm going to make it to school without getting mucky is
if I take the bus.
-You know what to do, Gnasher!
Oh, oh, whoa...!
Oh, yes, the regimental command will love these two ludicrously large and
unfeasibly unstable cream gateaux that I can barely keep a hold of.
Ooops, nearly tripped. Luckily I didn't.
Oh...uh-oh! Golden menace opportunity ahead.
Can't resist...must menace!
Phew! Thanks, Gnasher.
If I would have tripped the Colonel, I'd be caked in cake! Haha!
Argh, the bus!
Oh, next bus isn't here for another hour.
OK, Gnasher, we're going to have to make it there on skateboard.
Oh, brilliant, it's snowing!
Oh, hang on, that's not snow, that's...uh-oh...argh!
My beautiful gelatos.
-Oh, nice work, Gnasher. Ha-ha.
Oh, looks like we're on foot from here and there's not much time left.
The only way to get to school on time is
if we go through...Beanotown Park!
Maybe I was wrong, as long as I stay on the path
nothing can make me dirty.
Ladies and gentlemen, I am happy to present
the re-enactment of the battle of Beanotown!
From the north came the invading Fullchester army,
who were armed with mud pies.
And to the south, the brave Beanotown defenders,
who were armed with custard pies.
What are the chances?
Now, watch the carefully choreographed re-enactment
of Beanotown's finest hour!
Well, that's it, I'm grounded for a month.
Oh, nice try, Gnasher
but we'll never get to school fast enough like this.
-Ah! Gnasher, you're a genius!
-OK, school photo, here we come!
Thank you, Angel Face. Next to have their photo taken, Dennis.
Perhaps I should go next, Mrs Creecher.
Something tells me Dennis won't be attending.
Whoah! What was that, Walter?
Ah, Dennis, I didn't expect to see you.
-Gosh, look at how clean you are.
-Yeah, no thanks to you.
I'm sure this is all just a simple misunderstanding.
-Let's just shake on it?
-Gnasher, Walter thinks we should shake.
You know what, I agree. Would you do the honour?
-Ready, Mrs Creecher!
-All right, Dennis.
Smile and arms by your side, please.
Camera's on a timer,
your picture will be taken in just ten seconds' time.
Oh, deary me, I dropped my pen.
Oh, Dennis, this photo is the most beautiful photo of you
-I have ever seen.
-But, darling, he's a mess.
Exactly, that's who he is. Oh, it's captured him perfectly.
-This is Dennis being Dennis.
-Well, it's a...yeah, it is, I suppose.
So, no month of being grounded?
Yes! Outside, Gnasher! Time for a goo filled balloon fight!
Our lovely, little boy.
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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.
It's school photo day and Dad has demanded that Dennis stays squeaky clean for the perfect portrait - or he's grounded for a month! How hard can it be? Unfortunately, Walter overhears the deal and scuppers his lift to school, so Dennis has to negotiate a maze of mess and get seriously inventive in terms of transport to make it there on time. Will he dodge the dirt and make his parents proud?