Episode 25 Gigglebiz


Episode 25

Sketch show. Rapids Johnson forgets all about giant pandas by taking Rapids Junior to the panto, while Dina Lady celebrates summer with a delicious fruit smoothie.


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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, Farmer Dung,

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Major Boogie,

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Nana Knickerbocker,

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The Lost Pirate

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and Rapids Johnson!

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Oh, hullo! I'm Rapids Johnson.

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You've caught me on a very rare day off.

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I've come along here with, uh, um...

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Junior.

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..Johnson Junior to the local pantomime.

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We love it! Hurrah!

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Ooh, and the good thing is,

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I don't have to think about giant pandas at all,

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because there's absolutely no chance of seeing one here!

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Ooh! The show is about to begin - brilliant!

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Oh, and no need to keep 'em peeled!

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Come on, JJ.

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Hello, I'm Gail Force and this is your weather.

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It's a bright but breezy day here in Sunnydale...

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A... Oh... Thank you, Gregor.

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Oh, it seems as if the weather is going to take a turn for the worse.

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We're to expect hailstones the size of ping-pong balls!

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I just...!

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That's your weather.

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Ha-har! Don't you worry, Captain Squawk,

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our treasure must be buried around here somewhere.

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Let's take a look at the map.

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Hang on a minute, wh...?

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Some land-lubber has swiped me map!

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Oh no! the treasure! It be lost forever!

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Excuse me! Can you help me? I'm looking for Golden Street.

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Do you know it?

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Golden Street? You mean the street paved entirely in gold?!

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I've been looking for that all me life!

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I don't think it's far from here. I've got the map.

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Look! You've got a map that leads to Golden Street!

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My friend marked it with an X to help me find it.

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Look at that!

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Look, Captain Squawk! X marks the spot!

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Brilliant! Do you know where it is, then?

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Uh... Yes! Um...why don't you walk up that way for 100 miles?

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And don't look back! That's right.

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OOH!!! Captain Squawk!!!

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Arr! Look, Captain Squawk! We're here! Golden Street!

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A street made of gold!

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Oh, no! Stale biscuits!

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We've been beaten to it again.

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Oh, come on, Captain Squawk,

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back to the ship.

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I told you we shouldn't have taken that shortcut through Towner Street.

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Ah! Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Oh! He's behind you!

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He's behind you!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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This is so crazy.

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They never, ever look behind them!

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Ah, ha-ha-ha. It's really funny.

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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How do you keep a skunk from smelling?

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I don't know, how do you keep a skunk from smelling?

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Hold its nose.

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Ah! Ha-ha-ha!

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Hello, boys and girls!

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Whoo!

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Ugh! Nana!

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What?! I can't see a thing, it's so dark in here!

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I know, I'll try the magic lamp. Oh, yes.

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Oh dear, it doesn't seem to be working.

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Nana, you're meant to plug it into the wall.

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No, you're not.

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You're supposed to rub it and a genie pops out and bathes us all in light.

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Let's give it another go, shall we?

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Oh, deary, deary me. I know,

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I'll ring the elocution. He'll know what to do.

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Hello?

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Electrician's, how can I help?

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Nana can't hear you. I said, "HELL-O-OOO!"

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Who is this?

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It's Nana Knickerbocker here. Now, can you fix my magic lamp?

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I don't think so, no.

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Oh, yes, you can!

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Oh, no, I can't.

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-Oh, yes, you can!

-Oh, no, I can't.

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Ooh! Well, that's not very helpful, is it?!

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-There's somebody at the door.

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There's somebody at the door. There's somebody at the door. Goodbye.

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Right. Whoo-hoo-hoo!

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Hello, I've just moved in next door. My name's Jeanie.

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Oh, the genie. There you are. There's something wrong with this lamp.

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-Um, have you tried plugging it in?

-That's what I said.

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Ooh! Cheeky.

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Come on, you, in you come.

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Watch the dress. And me hair.

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That's right. Come through here, genie, there we are.

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So, I've got three wishes, right?

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Oh, it's a hard one, this. OK.

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Right, me first wish. I wish that my lamp was plugged in, right?

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Oh! Look at that! Splendid!

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Bless my knickerbockers!

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Well, it was nice to meet you. Bye.

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Genie, where you going? I've got two more wishes.

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I wish for a prince in shining armour,

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I want a big palace in the countryside...

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

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Where do astronauts keep their sandwiches?

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In a launch box. 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,

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in a bedroom just like yours and mine,

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a tired old tinny soldier

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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 Major Boogie, sir!

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MUSIC

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MUSIC SLOWS DOWN

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MUSIC PLAYS VERY FAST

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CHILDREN'S LAUGHTER

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Back to the boogie box, quick sharp!

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

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Why did the turkey cross the road?

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

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To prove he was not a chicken.

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Ah! Ha-ha!

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So Mr Chapman won second for the best onion,

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and I got first place for the best bunion.

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I was so... Oh! Hello there, my little spice racks!

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And 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 make one of our favourite drinks.

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A summer fruit smoothie.

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Which will be yummy scrummy for our tummies.

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Now, I've prepared some summer fruits down here already.

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All I've got to do is pour some milk... Oh! whoopsy!

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I've forgotten the milk.

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I'll just go and get that, you show them what to do.

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Right. It's very simple.

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You take the lid off... You pour the fruit in...

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There we go. But the most important thing is...

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Now, I've got the milk, so I'm just going to pour that in, like so...

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-The most important thing is...

-Give it a good mix. Right, off we go.

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-No, careful...

-Whoo!

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There.

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The most important thing is...

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make sure you put the lid back on before you start the blender.

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Oh!

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There we are.

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Easy as that.

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One summer fruit smoothie.

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See you next time, my little pineapple chunks.

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Hello, Farmer Dung.

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Eh-er.

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Lovely day, innit? Arr.

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Right chilly, though.

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So, Farmer Dung.

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Today you're going to tell us exactly where wool comes from.

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Am I? Oh! Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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Wool. Yeah, very important, wool.

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Wool.

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Keep you warm.

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So you get wool from these sheep?

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Could do, I suppose. We don't.

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I always send Reggie down the old shops.

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-You always send Reggie down the shops?

-That's right.

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There he comes now, look. All right, Reggie.

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Easy! What you got there?

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Look at that! He got a woolly jumper!

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For me? Aw, lovely, bless you, Reggie.

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Look at that. Oh, look! He got two!

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He got two! Aw, look!

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Oh, we will be warm in these, won't we?

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Lovely.

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You didn't get these from those, did you? No.

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Them lot are all muddy!

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Hey, Reg, put these on later? Yeah, we're gonna put these on later.

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Thank you, Farmer Dung.

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And they all lived happily ever after.

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-And Nana Knickerbocker...

-..married the prince.

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That's right.

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Oh, lovely.

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Oh! Goodness me! Have you seen the time, kids?!

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Come on, you two, off to bed with you.

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BOTH: Oh, do we have to?!

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Yes, you do!

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Anyway, Nana Knickerbocker needs her beauty sleep.

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Oh, no, she doesn't!

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Join in!

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Please yourselves.

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Come on, let's draw the curtains.

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Right, how big do you want them? Ha-ha!

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Draw the curtains!

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Come on, that's a funny joke.

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I used it three years in a row at the Theatre Royal in Plymouth!

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Never mind. Come on, let's close the curtains.

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Grab the cord and get pulling.

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That's right, give 'em a good pull.

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Oh, thank you so much, everybody!

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Oh, you've been such a wonderful audience.

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Oh! Flowers! Oh, for me!

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Oh, thank you!

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Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls.

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And don't forget, we're here till Boxing Day,

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so tell all of your friends.

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Oh! The cheek of it!

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What a performance.

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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 Arrivederci!

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# We all hate to say goodbye 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. Rapids Johnson forgets all about giant pandas by taking Rapids Junior to the panto, while Dina Lady celebrates summer with a delicious fruit smoothie, the Lost Pirate meets a lady with a map, which may be just what he needs to finally find his beloved treasure, and Gail Force reports on a nasty bug doing the rounds. Also, the tin soldier on the toy shelf, Major Boogie, has a dance with his friend the robot, Nana Knickerbocker has a spot of bother with her magic lamp, while Farmer Dung gives a serious talk on where wool comes from - well, almost serious. Arthur Sleep is the newsreader with the worst jokes in the world, and the Gigglekids are children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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