Episode 24 Gigglebiz


Episode 24

Sketch show. Nana Knickerbocker puts in a milk order for her hard working cow, while Humphrey goes to the local supermarket to stock up for himself and his canine cohort Woody.


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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 - DIY Dan,

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Gail Force,

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Humphrey,

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Packed Lunch Pete

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and Nana Knickerbocker!

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# Oh! Nana Knickerbocker had a farm Ee-eye-ee-eye-ooh. #

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Time for milking!

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Ha! Hello, Daisy, some milk, if you please.

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OO-OOH!

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What do you mean, "ooh"?!

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It's not "ooh!", it's "moo!" SHE CHUCKLES

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-OOOH!

-Oh, no, you silly cow!

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You're a cow, you say "moo", not "ooh".

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-Oh!

-Do you mind?

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-I'm terribly sorry. I only wanted some milk.

-You could've asked.

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Oh! Thank you.

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Come on, Dave.

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'A DIY expert is always on the lookout for things to mend.

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'Sometimes teapots can break and lose their spouts.

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'This can be fixed very easily...

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'Take your teapot and check it over.

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'Make sure there's no tea left in the teapot before you try and mend it.'

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'Then, take the spout and put the glue on it.'

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'Then, spread some glue on the teapot itself.'

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'Taking care not to spill any.'

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'Attach the spout to the teapot.'

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'It really couldn't be easier.

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'Once the glue is dry, you'll enjoy a nice cup of tea -

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'knowing that you fixed it!'

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CLATTER!

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'Job done!'

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# La-la-la-la, la-la-la-la

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# La-la-eeee! #

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Time for milking. Some milk, please.

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MOO!

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Oh! It's nice to hear you've got the hang of mooing after all that.

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Anyway, some milk, please. MOOING

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Ahem, some milk, please.

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Oh, could I have some milk, like last time?

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-Nana.

-What did you say? Oooh!

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Oh, it's you. Hello, dear.

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-What are you doing?

-I'm just asking for some milk.

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Aren't you supposed to, erm...

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-milk it?

-Milk it?!

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No, you silly, you're supposed to ask nicely, and it'll give you

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a bottle of milk. Everyone knows that.

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Whatever you say, Nana.

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Tell you what, I think this one's run out. What a performance!

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MOOING

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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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-Ken.

-Ken who?

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Can you get me a new car, please?

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Ha, ha! Vroom-vroom!

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

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What do you call a dinosaur with no eyes?

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A Do-you-think-he-saw-us!

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Heh, heh, I love that! And now this.

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CRASH!

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HE SNIFFS Hah!

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HE SNIFFS AND SIGHS

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HE SNIFFS AND SIGHS

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CLATTER!

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CLATTER!

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DING!

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HE GASPS

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CRASH!

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

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What do cats like in their drinks?

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I don't know. What DO cats like in their drinks?

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Mice cubes!

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Ha-ha!

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So anyway, he rolled his eyes at me.

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So I picked 'em up and rolled 'em back!

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He was a l... ..Oh! Hello, my little spice racks!

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And welcome to Dinner Time with me, Dina Lady.

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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 going to make a delicious jam roly-poly.

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Yay!

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All right, calm down.

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Now, first of all,

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we've got to spread some homemade jam on our sponge.

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Oh, look at that! Lovely!

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There we go.

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Spread it evenly.

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There.

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And now for the roly-poly part.

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The trick is to roll the sponge nice and neatly.

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What, my little elderflower?!

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I don't know!

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Roll the sponge?!

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Well, it's called roly-poly because you have to roll the sponge.

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Oh, silly boy!

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Nice, though.

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Now, stand back, Tommy.

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I need some space for this.

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And now for the roly-poly part.

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There we go. Make sure you go all the way over the sponge.

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That's it.

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And there we have it.

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One perfect roly-poly ready to eat.

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Oh. Simple as pie.

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See you next time, my little cookie cutters.

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'Today we're looking at one of the simplest DIY tasks of all -

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'painting a wall.

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'First, make sure that you have put on your undercoat.'

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'Make sure you don't confuse an undercoat with an overcoat.'

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'Before you start, it's a good idea to check your rollers

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'to see if they're clean.'

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'Then gently put a small amount of paint onto an area to test it.'

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'A good test area would be a small patch on the wall

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'you are going to paint.'

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'Before you start painting,

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'make sure you'll have enough time to finish.'

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'And now, with broad, even brush strokes,

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'calmly apply the paint to the wall.'

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'There. Your wall is painted

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'with a minimum of fuss and mess.

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'Job done.'

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And now we go over to Gail Force in Little Bottom,

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reporting on a curious case of hiccups.

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Over to you, Gail.

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Thank you, Arthur, yes. I'm here in the village of Little Bottom,

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where there's been a recent bout of hiccups, would you believe?

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Here are two of the villagers affected by the hiccups,

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Mary and John. And that's Mary and of course that's John.

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John, when did you first get the hiccups?

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HE HICCUPS Oh, dear.

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Can you answer? HE HICCUPS

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Oh, he tried, but he's just hiccupping.

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Oh, no, there's another one.

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Well, of course it's not just affecting the men of the village.

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The ladies of the village have got it too. Isn't that right, Mary?

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SHE HICCUPS Oh, no!

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John AND Mary, they're both... Oh, dear.

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All the hiccups coming out, they can't talk.

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The doctors just can't get to the bottom of it here in Little Bottom,

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but they do say it's catching. Well, I'm fine at the moment.

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Phew! GAIL HICCUPS

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Oh. Well... GAIL HICCUPS

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Oh, no! ..Oh! ..Arthur...

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back...to...the...studio. GAIL HICCUPS

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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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# Farwell, 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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Ho-ho!

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Sketch show. Featuring Nana Knickerbocker, who puts in a milk order for her hard-working cow, while Humphrey is at the local supermarket to stock up for himself and his canine cohort Woody. Gail Force reports on an alarming outbreak of hiccups in Little Bottom.

Also, Packed Lunch Pete gets in a tangle with an angler and once again loses his lunch, Dina Lady shows once again why she's queen of the kitchen with her unique jam roly poly. Plus Arthur Sleep - the newsreader with the worst jokes in the world, and the Gigglekids - children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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