Episode 18 Gigglebiz


Episode 18

Sketch show. Has Nana Knickerbocker, everyone's favourite pantomime dame, finally found her Prince Charming? Also with the Berito Brothers, Dina Lady and Arthur Sleep.


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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, the Burrito Brothers,

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Captain Adorable,

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Farmer Dung,

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Dina Lady

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and here's Professor Muddles.

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Yes, got you, and again...

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Oh no, don't switch off! Aw!

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I don't believe it! That was my highest score too. Ah!

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Hello there, I'm Professor Muddles.

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Today we'll look at one of the greatest unanswered questions

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in science - can custard survive in space?

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Today, that answer will be questioned. Eh...

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I mean, that question will be answered using one of these...

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Ta-da! Yes...

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the well-known seesaw and hammer method.

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We shall blast this custard pie into deepest space,

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using a scientist's most important tool - a custard-hurling hammer.

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Observe...

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Ah, yes, I think we should have done that experiment outside! Ahem...

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-SPLAT!

-Oh!

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Ah, well, I think we have...

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I'm Professor Puddles,

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I mean Piddles, oo-er,

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I mean Muddles. Goodbye! Oh dear...

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Some redecorating to do...

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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ALL: Hey!

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AUDIENCE WHOOPS Hey!

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Aaaa-tishoo!

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-Hey!

-Hey!

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CHEERING

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All correct, checked all of my pie charts. Good, lovely...

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Ooh! Hello there.

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I'm Professor Muddles. It's time to try our experiment again.

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Can custard survive in space? Let's find out.

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this time I've opened up the roof, we're ready to go. Let's have a go.

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BOING!

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Woooo! There is goes, ha ha! We've done it!

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We've successfully sent a custard pie into space.

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But can it survive there? That's the question.

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We now need to send up our very own custard pie expert.

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Here he is, Colonel Bobo. Say hello.

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Say hello!

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Funny man. Right...this is no good.

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I think we need...

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this! Ready?

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Ah! There he goes. Wonderful!

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We've successfully sent the very first clown astronaut into spice...

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I mean space. I'm Professor Custard...

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I mean Professor Muddles. Bye!

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And now it's time for your giggles.

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What happens if a vampire crosses a snowman?

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I don't know.

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Frostbites.

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Ha, ha, frostbite! I get it.

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

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How do monkeys make toast?

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They put some bread under the gorilla!

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And now this...

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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 when down on the beach...

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There, all done, all it needs is a little flag on top.

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Edna, have you seen my flag?

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It's gone!

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Oh!

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His little flag - gone!

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What will he do? That sandcastle can never be finished.

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It's a disaster!

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-Problem, sir?

-Yes. We need to find that missing flag

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and get to the bottom of this mystery, Bottom.

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-It's Botham, sir.

-Exactly - get to the Botham of this mystery, Bottom.

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-To the Adormobile!

-Very good, sir.

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I think we've arrived. Let the search for the flag begin.

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To save time, I will leap 300 metres onto the beach.

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The sand is said to be extremely soft in places, sir.

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You're right, it's very sandy, Bottom. So...

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you two walk carefully!

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Stand back.

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Away!

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Don't panic! I have found the soft spot, Bottom. Hm...

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Ahem, pass me that spade, will you, QT?

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Now, team, we have to keep an eye out for a flag.

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The trouble is they're very tricky to spot.

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Hm...

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We only have to hope that my X-ray vision will find one.

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-Sir, we might very well...

-Bottom, there's no time.

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We have to find a flag!

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Away!

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Aha!

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I'm sorry, Edna, it's not the same without the flag.

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Your flag!

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Is that your flagpole?

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Aha! By all that is good and true, yes it is.

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It's just destroyed my sandcastle.

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-Sandcastle? What sandcastle?

-You can't see it cos you've destroyed it.

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Thank you very much(!)

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Please, don't thank me, it's what I do.

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I don't think he wanted to thank you, sir. I think he's rather angry.

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-Angry?! At me, Captain Adorable?!

-HE LAUGHS

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Come now, sir, let us bury our differences.

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Good idea...

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There!

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Well, another mission successfully accomplished, QT, Bottom, ha...

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QT, Bottom? Never mind,

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I'll use my jet thrusters to launch myself out of here.

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HE GRUNTS

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Stand back, everyone.

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We'll dig Sir out of that later.

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Ah, good citizen, with the dog, dig me, please.

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GRUNTING

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Is that a red nose I see?

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Oh, ha ha! Hello again.

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Ahem, and welcome back to the big custard experiment with me,

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Professor Muddles.

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According to my calculations, our custard pie astronaut should

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re-enter the earth's atmosphere about...

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now!

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-SPLAT!

-Ha, ha! Excellent.

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And now the answer all the scientists have been waiting for.

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Can a custard pie survive its journey through the depths of space?

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Ha ha. Colonel Bobo, would you begin the test, please.

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SPLAT!

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Yes, well, excellent work, a perfect custard pie. Ha ha!

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We really have learned something here today, haven't we?

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I'm Professor Puddles, I mean Custard, I mean Muddles...

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Eh... Goodbye!

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Well done.

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Now it's time for more of your giggles.

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Why can't cars play football?

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I don't know, why can't cars play football?

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Because they only have...

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one boot.

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Ha, ha, that was really funny.

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Well, Goldilocks opened the door and there were four bears. I tell you.

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DING DONG

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-Oh.

-I think that's the postman delivering my new shoes.

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Oh no, I think it's Prince Charming. He's come to take me to his castle!

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I think it's the postman delivering my new shoes.

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Nonsense! Coming...

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Oh, Prince Charming!

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Welcome to our humble abode.

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-Yeah, I've got a special delivery.

-Oooh!

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Come on, you! Ha, ha!

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That's right, come on through, Princey.

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I'm so excited! Right, I'll take these...

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I've been waiting for this all my life.

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Oh, look, everyone, they're glass...

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Oh, erm, they're pink slippers.

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Whoever's foot fits these slippers will be able to marry you.

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Not really, I'm already married.

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Oh, right, just slip these on...

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Look, like a glove.

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Oh, yes. Look, Princey, they fit.

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Yes, I will marry you.

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Come here for a cuddle. Ooooh!

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Princey, wait!

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Wait for me, I'm ready!

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Oh, dear.

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Don't you worry, he'll be back.

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SOBBING

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-What a performance!

-SOBS

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When you're making choux pastry, use six pairs of shoes.

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Preferably ballet shoes though.

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I always find it you... Oh!

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Hello, my little spice racks, and welcome to dinner time with me,

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Dina Lady. And this is my assistant Tommy Tummy.

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Say hello, Tommy.

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Hello, Tommy.

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Now, today we're gonna make some delicious chocolate mousse.

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-Mmm!

-All right, Tommy.

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Now, first of all,

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I've got some lovely melted chocolate.

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Ooh, Look at that!

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Now, next we need a mousse.

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Wait a mo.

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You shouldn't mix up the word "mousse",

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a word for a light and fluffy pudding,

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with this, which is an animal called a moose.

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Coming through!

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There we are! Har-har!

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One moose.

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Now, simply poor the chocolate over the moose.

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There you go, my little self-raising flower.

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OK! Silly boy!

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Nice, though. I'll do it.

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There we are.

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Just pour it all over evenly.

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There. Isn't that lovely?

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And there you have it - one... Oh, hang on a minute!

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I forgot something. Silly me!

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There.

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One chocolate moose - easy as pie.

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See you next time, my little apple strudels.

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'Hello, Farmer Dung.'

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IN A STRONG ACCENT: Hello! What do you think of my vegetables?

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-'You're going to tell us about harvesting your vegetables.

-Right.

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-Nice and simple.

-'What vegetables are these?'

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These are beautiful orange carrots.

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'Sorry, did you say carrots?'

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That's right, beautiful orange carrots.

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Reggie's got one!

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Well done, Reggie! Whay! In it goes.

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'I see. So, how do you harvest them?'

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It's simple, you know.

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All you do is grab 'em like that and then pull. Right...

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Carrot there. And away...

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Ooh!

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There we are.

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Oh! Hey? Right, I'll give it some elbow.

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Woah!

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Ah-ha-ha-ha!

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What happened there, eh, Reg?!

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We pulled the carrots, we fell over!

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Look at me leeks! Look at me leeks! FARMER DUNG LAUGHS

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Oh, my word!

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What are we doing, eh? I dunno!

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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 Farewell, TTFN

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# Arrivederci 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 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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Ho-ho!

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Sketch show. Featuring Nana Knickerbocker, everyone's favourite pantomime dame - has she finally found her Prince Charming? Farmer Dung and his assistant Reggie get down to the serious task of pulling up carrots, Wiggyville's resident superhero, Captain Adorable, helps put the finishing touches to a holidaymaker's sandcastle, and Professor Muddles investigates whether custard can survive in space.

Also with the Berito Brothers, Dina Lady 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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