Episode 10 Gigglebiz


Episode 10

Sketch show. Featuring Packed Lunch Pete, who is determined to eat his lunch despite some wayward pine cones, and Rapids Johnson, the intrepid explorer sharing his survival tips.


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# Na-na, na-na, na-na, Gigglebiz

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# Na-na, na-na, ho-ho-ho

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# Na-na, na-na, na-na, Gigglebiz

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# Na-na, na-na, here we go

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# Ho ho! #

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Coming up on Gigglebiz...

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King Flannel,

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Rapids Johnson,

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Major Boogie,

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DIY Dan,

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and here's Milkshake Jake!

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Whoo-hoo. Hey-hey! Hiya, buddy. What can Jake get you?

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Something with a bit of a kick in it.

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I'm auditioning for a part in the new Disco Fever musical.

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Yeah? Whoo! How exciting! I got just the thing.

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You need a banana and chilli milkshake.

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Bananas are good for those energy levels.

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Sounds swell.

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Sure. Coming right up. So, you're a dancer, huh?

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Is it disco or strictly ballroom?

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Both. You dance too?

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Do I dance?! Like a cat on a hot tin roof! Whoo-hoo!

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I can do, er, ballroom.

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Dah, da-da-da, dah, yeah!

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Oh, I can do salsa.

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Ba-ba-bah, ba-ba-ba-dah. Ba-ba-bah, ba-ba-ba-dah.

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Ba-ba ba-da-bah. Yeah! Ha-ha!

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Hey! And I can do disco, too!

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JAKE BEATBOXES

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Ha-ha!

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There you go, buddy. One chilli and banana milkshake.

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Say, what happened to you?

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Here's a tip. You ain't going to get the part looking like that!

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JAKE LAUGHS

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Take care, now.

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Good luck!

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Dancers. Ha-ha! What a guy!

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-Oh! Anyway, I said...

-Ugh.

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...awful!

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Ohh!

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Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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So...

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Oh! I said absolutely...

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I thought, never again! No!

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I said...

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...and then left, and right and then oh, whoo-hoo on top of the tower.

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Ah! Ha-ha!

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Mm!

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-Ah, ha-ha!

-That was for me!

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Mm.

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Anyway, he said to me...

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-What is that, there?

-Huh?

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Ooh. Oh, ho-ho!

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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-Knock knock.

-Who's there?

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-Frank.

-Frank who?

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Frank you for being my friend.

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Oh! Ha-ha-ha!

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Frank you very much for that one!

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Oh!

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Oh, what are you doing?

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I... I... No, er...

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It was him!

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-What?!

-Yes, yes.

-Oh, naughty, naughty!

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HE LAUGHS

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Hello! I'm Rapids Johnson.

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Now, if you're miles from anywhere and in the wild,

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you're feeling hungry, remember, nature will always provide for you.

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You just need to know where to look.

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Now take this log, for example.

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"There's no food there!" I hear you say.

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"It's just a log!"

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But take a closer look, and let's see what we find.

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Well! A plate of jammy biscuits!

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Surprising, isn't it?

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If you want to find food, you just gotta keep 'em peeled.

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Mm, jammy!

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Hello, I'm Arthur Sleep and here's the news.

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How do you make a sausage roll?

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Push it down a hill! Ha-ha!

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And that's the news. Goodnight.

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Come on, you two, your tea's ready.

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Up, on a toy shelf, in a bedroom just like yours and mine,

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a tired old tin soldier marches to his tinny tune.

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His name - Major Boogie.

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But when no-one's around...

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Time for me to boogie, sir!

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WALTZ PLAYS

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GIRLS GIGGLE

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Back to my boogie box, quick sharp!

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Hello! I'm Rapids Johnson.

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Now, as I tramp through the forest, I sometimes think to myself,

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Rapids, where's your next meal coming from?

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Ha-ha! But I don't worry

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because I know that, quite often, the treasures are to be found -

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not on top of the ground, but underneath.

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Now, if I scrape away this moss,

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like so, ah-ha! I thought as much.

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Take a look at these!

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Mm-mm!

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Jelly beans!

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Fantastic! Ha-ha!

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You just need to know where to look.

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Oh, and remember, keep 'em peeled!

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And now it's time for more of your giggles!

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What kind of dogs can sit by the fire?

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I don't know, what kind of dogs can sit by the fire?

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Hot dogs!

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Oh, no! Hot dogs! Good one!

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Oh, hi there. I'm Rapids Johnson.

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Now, as an explorer, I can get mighty thirsty out here in the wilds.

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But that's no problem if you know where to look. Whoa! Like this tree!

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Let's have a look, shall we?

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Wait a second, I think I've got something.

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Look at that - a hot mug of tea. Yummy!

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Eurgh! No sugar!

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No problem!

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Wait a second.

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Three, please. Mm.

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Perfect. Rapids Johnson says, "Keep 'em peeled."

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Hello. Today we're going to look at how to fix a clock.

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Let's imagine the door has come off a lovely cuckoo clock.

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First, brush some glue very carefully...

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..onto the door of the clock.

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Always be careful with glue near your fingers.

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Things can get stuck to them.

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After all, you wouldn't want to get all sticky, would you?

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Now, very carefully place the door on.

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Then hang your clock back on the wall.

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And prepare for the relaxing sound of your clock striking the hour.

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CUCKOO CHIMES

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And that's it. Job done.

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Well, Cap'n Squark, if this map be true,

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we're close to finding my buried treasure. Ha-har!

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Right. A large tree.

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Hm. Let me see. Oh...

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Whoa! As the map says, Cap'n Squark -

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a large tree!

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Ha-har!

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What's this? A big hairy beast that guards the pathway to the treasure.

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Let's see.

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Oh! What's this? As the map says!

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A big hairy beast, I can see it! Ha-har, we must be close!

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Hm...

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X marks the spot.

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Oh, right then.

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Oh!

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What's this? It's another pirate, Cap'n Squark!

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And he's trying to get my treasure! Looks like Blue Beard.

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Blue Beard, you swab! I won't give my treasure up without a fight!

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Watch out - there's water pipes under there!

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I won't be fooled that easily. You can't get me!

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Come on, Cap'n Squark, let's get that treasure. We'll split it 70-30.

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Ha-har! Oh that's...

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HE SPLUTTERS

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Blue...

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Let's go. Retreat, Cap'n Squark!

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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We've had a lot of fun.

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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Ho, ho, ho

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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And now it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, giggle, it's time to go!

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# Cheerio, ta-ta, bye-bye, farewell, TTFN

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# Arrivederci

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# We all hate to say goodbye

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# But we'll be back again

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# Na-na, na-na, na-na, Gigglebiz

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# Na-na, na-na, ho-ho-ho

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# Na-na, na-na, na-na, Gigglebiz

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# Na-na, na-na, it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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We've had a lot of fun.

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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Ho, ho, ho

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz

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And now it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, giggle, it's time to go! #

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# Ho-ho! #

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Sketch show. Featuring Packed Lunch Pete, who is determined to eat his lunch but is challenged by some wayward pine cones, Milkshake Jake, the cheery but clumsy milkshake maker who manages only to make a meal of it, and Rapids Johnson, the intrepid explorer sharing his tips for surviving in the wild.

Also, tired old tin soldier Major Boogie enjoys a break from routine with the teddy bear up on the toy shelf. DIY Dan makes a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to simple clock mending, royal rascal King Flannel has an aristocratic visitor who is a bit too close to some cake that the King's got his eye on, and could the Lost Pirate be close to digging up his treasure after seeing off his arch-rival, Bluebeard?

Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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