Episode 15 Gigglebiz


Episode 15

Sketch show. Featuring Packed Lunch Pete, Major Boogie, Anna Conda, King Flannel and introducing Farmer Dung, a jolly farmer and his jolly assistant Reggie.


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# Na-na-na-na

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# Gigglebiz

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# Na-na-na-na

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# Ho-ho-ho

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# Na-na-na-na

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# 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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Nana Knickerbocker,

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Professor Muddles,

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Farmer Dung,

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Major Boogie

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and Packed Lunch Pete.

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That's right, through you go. This is the place. Hello, everyone!

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-How can I help?

-I'd like to see the vet.

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-There's something wrong with these mice.

-What's the problem?

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I stayed up until midnight last night and they didn't turn into footmen

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-to drive Cinderella to the ball, they stayed like this!

-Like what?

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Like this! These mice couldn't pull a full-size coach,

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-they couldn't pull a pumpkin!

-You'd better see our head vet.

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-Where is he?

-He's behind you.

-Where is he-e-e-e?

-He's behind you.

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-Where is he-e-e-e?

-HE'S BEHIND YOU!

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-Come on, everyone, where is... Oh, hello!

-Can I help, Madam?

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Yes. Mice...coachmen...pumpkin...

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-Whoosh! Didn't happen!

-I see. You'll have to wait your turn.

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-I have to go and help a cat that's got stuck in a shoe.

-Ooh!

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Cat? In a shoe? That's Puss In Boots!

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We've been looking for him for ages, haven't we? Where is he? Puss?

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Puss, where are you? What a performance!

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Now it's time for your Giggles!

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What did one chick say to the other chick

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when one of the chicks are being scared?

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I don't know, why don't you tell me?

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You're just being a chicken!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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GIGGLING

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Operator? Can you hear me?

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Oh, hello, there! Sorry about that.

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I was just testing my latest invention,

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the very first mobile phone. Ha-ha!

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I'm Professor Muddles, and today we're having a look

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at the tricky scientific subject of baboons...er, I mean balloons!

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And for this we need a scientist's most important tool...balloons!

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I have them here fixed to the table, all ready.

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The big question is how much do they weigh?

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To weigh things, we need a scare of pails...er, I mean, a pair of scales,

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and I have some right here. Ha-ha. There we are.

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Ooof! Pair of scales, essential piece of equipment.

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Let's start weighing the balloons.

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Oh, no! My balloons have disappeared!

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We really have learned something here today.

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I'm Professor Poddles... I mean, Piddles...er, Muddles.

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Oh, no! My scales! Goodbye.

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And my balloons!

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DRUM ROLL

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hey!

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CIRCUS TYPE MUSIC

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Hey!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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AUDIENCE GROANS

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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-Hello, Farmer Dung.

-Hello, there.

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What do you think of this then, eh? What a beauty! Oh, yeah.

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All the mod cons on this, you know.

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What are you showing us today? Is that a new piece of machinery?

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That's right. Have a look at this.

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Look at that, then, eh? Whoa!

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See what happens when I hit the old green button, right?

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PINGING

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Whoa! There you go, look at that! Ha-ha, marvellous! Whoa!

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-So the green button starts the machine?

-That's right!

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Whoa! I love it, I do.

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But look what happens when I hit the old yellow button. Watch this.

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BAA-ING

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-Oh-ar, that's marvellous.

-And the yellow button stops the machine?

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Yeah, that's right, it does. Ha-ha!

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Now look what happens when I hit the old red button.

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Are you saying what happens when you press the red button?

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Right. 'Appen thar's ready?

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ALARM RINGS

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Ah! There he goes. Ha-ha-ha!

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Oh, Reggie, I think I hit the old red one. Ha-ha-ha!

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My word, that's funny!

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Can I have a go? No?

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

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Why can't two elephants go swimming at the same time?

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Because they only have one pair of trunks between them! Ha-ha!

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And now this.

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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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MARCHING DRUMS

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Time for Major Boogie, Sir!

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TAP DANCING

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ARMOUR CLANKS

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NEIGHING

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NEIGHING

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Back to Boogie Box, quick sharp!

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Hello, and welcome to Reptile News with me, Anna Conda.

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We have a letter here from a young viewer.

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"Dear Anna, are snakes good at learning things?

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"Lots of love, Ali Gator."

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Well, Ali, yes, they are. Snakes love the subject...hiss-tory!

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Hiss-tory? Ha-ha-ha!

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Also, some snakes have very good manners.

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We call these snake charmers. Ha-ha!

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More Reptile News soon. Love and Hisses!

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And now, more of your Giggles!

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Why did the sheep cross the road?

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I don't know, why did the sheep cross the road?

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To get to the Baa-bers!

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Ha-ha! To get to the Baa-bers!

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Putting up wallpaper is easy,

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but sometimes it can be a bit harder in those places

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that are hard to reach.

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But there's no need to worry, you just need a stepladder.

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First, go back to your table and prepare some more wallpaper.

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Easy! Then take the wallpaper and climb up your stepladder.

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Now you'll need to be careful

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as you put this long piece of wallpaper in position.

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Nice and steady, put it on the wall and smooth it out.

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And your beautiful wall is now fully covered. Job done!

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Yes, yes, yes...phwoar!

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-Hey, wait!

-Ooh!

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Ah, yoy!

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Ha-ha! Oh...

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Oh, yeah? Ha-ha-ha!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Oh!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Mmmmm!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Phew!

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-Hello, Farmer Dung.

-Hello, there!

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Are these your cows?

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Yeah, that's right, my gal, hey! What you doing? She don't like me.

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And you get milk from cows, don't you, Farmer Dung?

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From them? Nah!

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So where exactly do we get milk from?

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Ay-aye, right, wait there.

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I get milk from a bottle. Bottle! Freddie, want milk?

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He wants some, look. There you go. Cheers!

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Mmm, lovely, lovely.

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You get milk from a bottle.

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Cow's gone.

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Don't matter.

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz We've had a lot of fun

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# Gigglebiz, ho-ho-ho

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz And now it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, it's time to go

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

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# TTFN, 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, it's time to go

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz We've had a lot of fun

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, ho-ho-ho

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# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz And now it's time to go

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

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Sketch show. Featuring Packed Lunch Pete, who tries to eat his lunch on a golf course, and Major Boogie, the tired old tin soldier who enjoys a tap dance up on the shelf, while King Flannel has an aristocratic visitor who ends up tasting an unusual dish with sprouts. Also introducing Farmer Dung, a jolly farmer, and his jolly assistant Reggie.

Also with Nana Knickerbocker, the pantomime dame, who is back at the vets with a mousey problem, Anna Conda, who answers more viewers' letters, DIY Dan and Arthur Sleep, everyone's favourite punning newsreader. Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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