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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. #
OK, Menaces, time for a day off school.
-Got the stink stench, Curly?
A sense of cabbage, cauliflower, bees' nappies,
rotten fish and bin juice.
A squirt of this on ourselves
and nobody will want us in their classroom.
Three, two, one...
Finished cleaning Mr Detester's car.
I even cleaned the inside.
-What's going on, Curly?
-It's Take A Kid To Work Day.
I'm going to a games factory! Avatar analyst.
And I'm going to the Mayor's Office for the day.
-The Mayor's Office? You want to be Mayor?
-Not me! Paul.
He wants to go into politics.
He'll be President one day
and I'll be his official pie-taster.
-Head master's assistant!
A whole extra day in school.
Beano Town Police Department?!
-KIDS: Eugh! Eugh!
I wanted to be a jet pilot.
Sorry, Angel Face, but...
Eugh! ..under the circumstances,
we thought you might suit something a little more...outdoors.
-How about postal officer?
Good morning, Mr Postman Girl. Lovely day, isn't it?
What is that smell?!
Cough! Wheez! Wheezy cough!
-What's wrong with you?!
-Oh, just a deadly Amazonian virus.
I couldn't possibly go to work... Cough...
Ahh, eugh! Disgusting!
All better. Enjoy your day.
Ah-ha! They've nabbed the little blighter at last!
Men, this calls for a celebration.
I'll get the gingernut biscuits.
Sergeant Tinkle, you get the fizzy pop.
Urgh, there's never any trouble in Beano Town.
A trouble-free day is a good day for a police officer, Dennis.
This is so boring.
Oh, Dennis, no! There's no dogs allowed here.
-But Gnasher's my police dog, Sergeant.
RADIO: 'Calling Sergeant Slipper,
'we have a situation in Beano Town Park.'
Roger. On my way.
'My name's not Roger. Out.'
OK, Not Rodger Out, we're on our way.
Start the siren! Woohoo!
Lesson one, we don't use the noise light unless it's an emergency.
GNASHER WAILS LIKE SIREN
Hold on, wait for me!
Where's my badge?
Constable Menace and Police Dog Gnasher. What's the situation?
Sorry... Take A Kid To Work Day, I got Dennis.
All right, you, strange hooded figure, put your hands up.
It's just a garden gnome.
It's not even stuck on properly.
This is Mum's gnome. How did it get here?
-Cos you put it here, most likely.
Right, let me just get my pencil out...
and my pad.
OK, where were you in the early hours of the morning, Dennis?
What?! Hang on, no, this wasn't me.
I would have used my own special-formula Menace glue.
Hmm, it's clear we're dealing with a master prankster.
Urgent call from the Mayor's Office.
Report of a gnome theft.
-On our way!
-Hey! I was going to say that.
Yes, Mr Mayor, sir, Mayor.
That gnome is a Scrimp family heirloom.
I must get him back.
Hey, Pie-Face, how's your job going?
Oh, it's a lot of work, but I'm getting through it.
Here he is!
Oh, that's just Paul.
Hey, that's enough of your naughty tricks, mister.
No way for a president to behave.
Why haven't you arrested anyone yet?
I have a suspect under surveillance right now.
That's not good enough, Slipper!
What you need is someone who can get into the mind of a master prankster,
who can anticipate their every move and keep us one step ahead
so that we can catch him.
Yes, but who? Who, I say?
-I'll need my crack team.
But, Mayor Scrimp, Dennis can't be trusted.
-He and his friends are probably responsible.
And if he didn't do it, he better find out who did.
And if he doesn't find out who did it,
then he'll get the blame for doing it.
RADIO: Calling all units, calling all units!
Come in. Reports of gnomes all over Beano Town.
-Let's g... Oh.
Dennis, stop stealing my lines!
Hey, are you crossing or not?
Come in, number 54, your time is up!
Ah, Walter, why don't I show you how to use the PA system.
Ah! Gnomes! We're being attacked!
OK, Sergeant, let's take a look at the evidence.
Right, we've sent soil samples to the lab
to trace where the gnomes have come from.
-It'll take up to three weeks.
-Nah, we've got our own lab!
The Abyssinian Tripe-Hound lab.
Do these gnomes match all the missing gnome reports, Curly?
It appears so.
Dennis's house, Mayor Scrimp...
Mrs Miggins, Mrs Creecher, Auntie Birral.
Can you verify that, Police Dog Gnasher?
The whole town's been gnomed.
Everyone except the Colonel.
-But he's got the largest collection of garden gnomes in town.
Time to pay him a little visit.
Yes, I heard the reports on my electric radio,
so I ordered my men into the bunker until reinforcements arrived.
Seen anyone suspicious looking around, Colonel?
Only that hoodlum next door.
Wait, that's you!
Sergeant, arrest this blatherskite.
Sorry, Colonel, the blatherskite's with me.
So, Colonel, we're going to need two of your most able gnomes.
Official police business.
Oh, right, yes, of course.
Corporal Tinkle and Lieutenant Sprout
reporting for duty. Do me proud, men.
We've got a tracking device on this gnome.
-And Gnasher will be able to follow this one.
Time for Operation Oh-Gnome-You-Don't!
Right, everyone, the bait is planted.
Stay quiet and still
and the gnome-napper will walk straight into our trap.
-Who's for bangers and peas?!
-What are you doing, Colonel?
We're on surveillance.
A medal for supplying rations to a covert operation.
-The gnomes are on the move!
To the wheels!
-Where to, Curly?
-They're turning left near Mrs Miggins's house.
We're about to go fast. Buckle up.
And now we soar the road like ground eagles.
Follow those gnomes!
Yeah, we're cooking!
Oh, is there a cereal bar in the back?
It's stopped right here.
Where are the gnomes?
Well, there's Sprout.
What's that smell?
It's like cabbage, cauliflower...
Bees' nappies, rotten fish...
And bin juice!
Well, if it isn't Constable Menace.
It was you!
Pretty impressive prank, Angel Face.
But you're no match for a genius in a striped jumper.
You're right, Dennis. You are the master prankster, not me.
Angel Face? You? It can't be.
That's right, Sergeant. I did it.
-Yes, right then.
-But it wasn't my fault. It was Dennis.
He made me do it.
Dennis! Right, come with me.
I knew it was you all along.
I've got a nose for these things, you know.
Well, you and your nose are going to have to catch me first!
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