Episode 16 Gigglebiz


Episode 16

Sketch show. Featuring Nana Knickerbocker, the Lost Pirate, Farmer Dung and Professor Muddles, the mad scientist who is attempting to swap brainwaves with a bunny.


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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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Farmer Dung! Captain Adorable!

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Professor Muddles!

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Dina Lady!

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And the Lost Pirate!

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JAUNTY MUSIC PLAYS

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Har-har!

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Well, Captain Squawk, I think we've finally found me treasure! Har-har!

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To the treasure!

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Look out!

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There be other pirates about.

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A beard!

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He be a pirate, all right, but which one?

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Is it Blackbeard?

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Is it Brownbeard?

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Or is it the dread pirate Whitebeard?

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Arrr-rr! It's Captain Hook, my sworn enemy.

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Retreat!

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SWING MUSIC PLAYS

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-Ahem.

-Hiya, buddy!

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What can Jake get ya?

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-I'd like a strawberry milkshake with cream.

-Sure!

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Coming right up, sir!

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Say...you sure do look swell in that uniform.

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All those medals!

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Must be real exciting being out on parade, huh?

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Young man,

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you have a fly in your diner.

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What?! A fly in the diner?

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Why, I oughta... That's a real nuisance.

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Wh-wh-wh-what are you going to do about it?

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What do you mean, wh-wh-wh-what am I going to do about it?

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I'll show ya. I got some fly spray right here.

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Now, where is he?

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Now, you gotta roll your sleeves up real good.

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Yeah. Take the spray, shake it real good

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and let him have it!

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Spray it all over the place! Sure!

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Yep! I think I got him. Ha!

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Excuse me!

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Say! What happened to you?

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Mmm-rrr-mmm...

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Left, right! Left, right! What a hero!

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Hello, Farmer Dung.

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Oh, hello.

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Welcome to Dung Farm.

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What are you going to show us today?

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Er...broom-broom!

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You're going to show us your car?

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No! Broom-broom!

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You're going to show us your tractor?

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No! Follow me.

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GOAT BLEATS

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There's a goat, there.

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A lovely goat! Eating away there.

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Oh...

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GOAT BLEATS

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< Ooh! Broom...broom!

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But I don't see a car or a tractor

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or anything that goes "broom-broom!"

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Ahh. Broom...broom.

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Oh, you mean a BROOM?

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No!

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Broom-broom.

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Two brooms?

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That's right! Broom-broom!

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Get it? Broom-broom!

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HE GUFFAWS

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Oh, my word...

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Do you get it? Broom-broom?

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He don't get it. He don't get it. He's wanting his food!

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Ohh...

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And now it's time for your giggles.

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What do you call a duck crossing the road?

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What do you call a duck crossing the road?

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A duck crosser.

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LAUGHTER

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Me sworn enemy, Captain Hook, is guarding me treasure like a hawk.

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Don't you worry, Captain Squawk.

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I've got an idea.

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I'll find my way around him, secure the booty

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and we'll be rich beyond our wildest dreams. Har-har!

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Hey? What?

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Ooh! Nowhere to hide.

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Don't worry. I've got an idea.

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Now, remember, Captain Squawk, don't give away our disguise.

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Oh! Can I help you...madam?

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Madam?! I'm no madam. I'm... Wait a second. Oh, yes.

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IN HIGH-PITCHED VOICE: Yes, I AM a madam.

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I was just having a walk over there to see that chest of treasure...

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-I mean that chest!

-Treasure?

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Yes. You know, that chest of... that chest of gold!

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There's no gold in there. It's just a box of flowers.

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Are you pirates, by any chance?

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Oh, curses! He's seen through our brilliant disguise, Captain Squawk!

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Ooh! Me treasure's getting away. I'll get you, Captain Hook,

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see if I don't! ..Hey! Wait for me, you!

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I'll split it with you. 80-20? 70-30?

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Oh, hello there. I'm Arthur Sleep and here's the news.

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Why do golfers always carry a spare sock?

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Because they might get a hole in one!

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A hole in one!

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And now this...

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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It was the start of another peaceful day

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in the sleepy little town of Wiggyville.

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All was calm,

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citizens were going about their business,

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but trouble was brewing.

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Oh! I say!

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My vase! It's on top of the car. My vase!

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What am I going to do?

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That vase must be worth thousands of pounds, QT.

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The slightest bump could smash it.

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Hm-hm. I must make an announcement.

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DRUM ROLL

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Citizens of Wiggyville,

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there is a priceless vase on the loose.

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Do not approach it.

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It will only take one fool to knock it over

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and it would break beyond repair.

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Let's go to work, QT.

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I'll take the escalator, Bottom. It's quicker.

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Ahem! The escalator is in the other room, sir.

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Thank you, Bottom.

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A-ha! There you are.

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QT, set the scanner up there on the wall.

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Let's find out where that vase is.

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I do hope you can find my vase.

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Hmm...

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Bad news, I'm afraid, madam.

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It seems your vase is miles away.

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Using all of my super powers,

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I can tell you that it's well on its way to Daisytown.

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-Oh, dear.

-Hmm.

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Now, I have to think for a moment.

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-Ahem!

-Hmm... A-ha!

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Don't worry! I have the situation completely under control.

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Captain Adorable, away!

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-What seems to be the problem, QT?

-My vase! How did it get up there?

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Please do not question my superpowers, ma'am.

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I will now climb this mighty cliff and rescue the vase.

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But how? It seems an awful long way up.

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Not if you have an ejector belt,

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which will thrust me up to the cliff and I will grab the vase.

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Now stand back.

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These jet-thrusters can get VERY hot.

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Any minute now...

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Any minute NOW...

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-Is there time to make a cup of tea?

-No, I have to concentrate.

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HE GRUNTS

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-Oh, madam...

-Well done! My vase!

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Please!

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I move so fast, you probably didn't see me

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fly up to the cliff, grab the vase, then throw it back down to Bottom.

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Good catch, Bottom.

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THEY GASP

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-Now, how about that cup of tea?

-But...but...

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-No, please, don't thank me.

-But...

-You'll embarrass me.

-My vase!

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And I would rescue it again tomorrow.

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Well, I hope you'll take more care when you come into the living room.

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-I've 20 more vases in there.

-20 more?

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Captain Adorable, away!

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ALL: No-o-o-o-o-!

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I'm sorry, madam, but I'm afraid I'm going to have to give you a ticket.

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Ooh, no, you don't!

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Oh, yes, I do. You can't park 'ere.

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Oh, yes, I can.

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I've already written a ticket. If you want to complain...

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Come on, everyone! He's the baddie! Boo! Hiss! Boo!

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Ssh! Ssh.

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Ooh! Well, I never. I've never been spoken to like that

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since Aladdin didn't do his homework.

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Oh, what a performance!

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

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How do elephants talk to each other?

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I don't know. How do elephants talk to each other?

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By ele-phone!

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Ah! By ele-phone!

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I love that one!

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# Da-de-dum-dum-dum. # Ha-ha! Ooh!

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Hello, there! I'm Professor Muddles.

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Now, for many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many years,

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something has saffled bience. I mean, baffled science!

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What if an animal can think like a person?

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Well, with my new thought-swapping headphones,

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I shall swap my thoughts

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into the mind of this cutsie-wutsie funny burry.

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I mean, bunny rabbit. Ha-ha.

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Hello. Right, are you ready?

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Switch her on... Ah... There we are.

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Any second now, the bunny rabbit will start to behave just like me.

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Ooh! Yep. Any second now. Keep an eye on the bunny...

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Boing, boing, boing!

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..and it will start to behave just like me.

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Ooh! Lovely!

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Just any moment now, folks.

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If you just... Boing, boing! ..watch the rabbit.

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I need to switch this off.

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Boing, boing! Oh, what have we learned?

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I don't know. I'm Professor Funny Bunny...

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Oh, no! I'm Professor... Boing, boing!

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-Oh, no! I'm Professor...

-Muddles!

-What he said!

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Yes! Boing, boing. Make it stop. Boing, boing.

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ROMANTIC MUSIC PLAYS

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Are you sure you didn't drop all the eggs

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when you tripped on the step? I think you did.

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If I find out you did...

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Oh, hello, there, my little spice-racks.

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Welcome to Dinner Time, with me, Dina Lady.

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This is my assistant, Tommy Tummy.

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Say hello, Tommy.

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Hello, Tommy!

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Today, we're going to have a look at making a jam-and-cream sponge.

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Yay!

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All right, you.

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Now, first of all, we need some sponges.

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I'm gonna use a car-cleaning sponge for cleaning the car.

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-What?!

-But you can use other sponges, too.

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You can use a washing-up sponge,

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a bathroom sponge

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or some make-up sponges.

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You're not supposed to use real sponges.

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Oh, Tommy, my little demerara.

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Now, first of all,

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spread some delicious home-made jam on your sponge...

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like so,

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and then lashings of cream.

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Ooh! Look at that!

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DON'T try this at home.

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There you go.

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Spread it evenly...like so,

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and then take another sponge -

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I'm gonna use a bathroom sponge -

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to finish it off. Oh!

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And there you have it.

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One delicious jam-and-cream sponge.

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Easy as sponge!

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I mean, pie.

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See you next time, my little egg-timers.

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Ooh! Hmm.

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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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# Cheerio, ta-ta, bye-bye!

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# Farewell, TTFN

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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 na-na Ho-ho-ho

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# Na-na na-na na-na Gigglebiz

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# Na-na na-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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Sketch show. Featuring Nana Knickerbocker, the outrageous pantomime dame, who has a run-in with a traffic warden, the Lost Pirate, who is still on the trail of his treasure in a garden centre, Milkshake Jake, the messy milkshake maker, and Farmer Dung, the cheery farmer.

Also with Captain Adorable on the trail of a runaway vase, Professor Muddles, the mad scientist who is attempting to swap brainwaves with a bunny, Dina Lady, everyone's favourite cookery expert, and Arthur Sleep, the newsreader with the worst jokes in the world. Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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