Episode 6 Gigglebiz


Episode 6

Sketch show featuring naughty old monarch King Flannel, who tries to smuggle crisps past his butler; and Wiggyville's favourite and most useless superhero, Captain Adorable.


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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, here we go! #

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Ho-ho!

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Coming up on Gigglebiz...

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Chip Munk...Captain Adorable...

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DIY Dan...

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Milkshake Jake

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and that naughty old monarch, King Flannel.

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MUTTERING TO HIMSELF

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Oh, ha-ha!

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-Oh!

-BLOWS RASPBERRY

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Ohh!

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Whoah!

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Ohh!

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Ohh!

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Ohh!

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Oh, no.

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Yes, Kitty Kitty, you're definitely my favourite animal in the world.

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Oh, my furry friend... Oh, I've got a customer.

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Don't worry, I will not sell you. No way.

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-Hang on a minute, I'll sort this out.

-CAT MIAOWS

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-Yes?

-Hello, I wanted to get a cat. Do you have any in stock?

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We don't sell cats, sir. This is a cat-free zone.

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In fact, I don't think I've ever even seen one.

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-CAT MIAOWS

-Ssh, Kitty!

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-What was that noise?

-What noise?

-MIAOW!

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Atchoo!

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Yeah, that was me sneezing.

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-Some animals make me sneeze.

-What sort of animals?

-Um...

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-cats mainly.

-MIAOW!

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-Atchoo!

-I thought you said you don't have any cats.

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Oh, yes, good one.

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Oh, yeah, all animals make me sneeze, actually.

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And you work in a pet shop?

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Er...yeah, this isn't a pet shop.

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Well, it looks like one. MIAOW!

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Atchoo! No, it's a book shop. We sell books.

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Like this one - How To Look After Cats.

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-MIAOW!

-Ssh! Miaow!

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-Do you have any other ones?

-No, just that book.

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What? MIAOW!

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-Atchoo!

-Well, I'll take this one, cos I do want a cat.

-Oh.

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Well, it's £5.

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-Here we are.

-Thank you.

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Oh, I've sold all my books! I'd better close the shop. Bye!

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Phew! He's gone. Have you got another book?

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-MIAOW!

-Ssh! Atchoo!

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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What did the traffic lights say to the car?

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What DID the traffic lights say to the car?

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Don't look now, I'm changing.

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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

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What do you call a bee that's always complaining?

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A grumble bee.

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That's a good one, that.

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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 suddenly...

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Well, my new wardrobe has arrived.

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But getting it up these stairs is going to be a big problem.

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What on earth can I do?

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This is a disaster!

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This is a job for Captain Adorable.

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Will Sir require breakfast?

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There's no time, Botham.

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I'm gonna call that poor woman.

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Hello, madam? I'll be right there.

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To the Adoremobile!

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Never fear, Captain Adorable is here!

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Well, the steps are rather steep, I wonder perhaps...

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Ssssh!

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Please, say no more, madam.

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I understand. It's what I do.

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Oh.

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You want me to attach two turbocharged rocket thrusters

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to the side of your wardrobe

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and blast it up to your house.

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No problem.

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Captain Adorable is going to get my wardrobe up these steps.

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Isn't he wonderful!

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Er, is this wise, sir?

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Trust me, Botham, I know what I'm doing.

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My hero!

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Stand back, everyone.

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Soon the wardrobe will be up in the air like a bird.

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Oh, dear.

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-Well, never mind, perhaps we could carry it up...

-Please!

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No matter, madam. I will use my standard-issue superhero string,

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fire it up to the metal gates

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and tie the other end to the handles of this wardrobe

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and haul it up that way.

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Stand back.

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Funny.

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I seem to be out of superhero string.

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Would Sir like a hand?

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Botham, I need a hand. This calls for raw power!

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Easy, steady.

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It's a bit wobbly, Botham.

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Would Sir care to help?

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Ah, "Help" is my middle name, Botham.

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With this mighty super-balloon,

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it will lift the wardrobe clear of those pesky steps.

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Now, stand back!

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Ohh!

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Ah, bother!

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The only bad balloon in the packet.

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Hmm...

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Easy, steady...

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It's big, Botham.

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Now, you can stand aside, everyone.

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Are you sure, sir?

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Yes, don't worry, Botham, you can let go now.

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I'll take it from here.

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All right. Now, using my superhero strength,

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I should be able to lift this wardrobe the last few steps.

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I just have to get it upright. Ah, that's... No!

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< CRASHING

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Oh.

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-Yes?

-Wardrobe delivery, ma'am.

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I discovered that this comes in easy-to-put-together pieces.

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-Draw.

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Draw.

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Ah, that's a nice piece.

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Ah, yes, handle.

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Oh, you might need that as well.

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I'll go and get the door.

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QT and I will put together the wardrobe for you later, madam.

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Thank you. You're very kind.

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I just hope they don't have the same problem when they deliver the piano.

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Piano?!

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This sounds like a job for Captain Adorable!

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BOTH: No-o-o-o-o-o-o!

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Today, we'll be learning how easy it is to put up wallpaper.

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All you need is three things -

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some glue, or paste...

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..wallpaper...

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and a brush.

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First, take the roll of wallpaper

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and spread it flat on your work table.

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Now that you've done that, apply the wallpaper paste with the brush.

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It can be tricky with the curly paper,

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but you'll work something out.

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Most people weigh the paper down with something heavy.

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And now we've finished applying the glue to the paper,

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it's ready to hang. Take your piece of paper to the wall

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and apply it carefully.

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This really is a very simple job.

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Just place the paper on the wall and it should stick very nicely.

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Now that you've hung the wallpaper,

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you just need to smooth out any bumps.

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And you should have a beautiful, wallpaper-covered wall.

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There, job done.

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

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What is the chilliest ground in the Premiership?

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What IS the chilliest ground in the Premiership?

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Cold Trafford.

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Oh, no!

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Hey! Hiya, Missy!

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What can Jake get for ya?

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I would like a banana and strawberry milkshake

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with cream and chocolate, please.

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Whoo-hoo! Sounds like a real boozy!

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Comin' right up!

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We got banana...

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strawberry...

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chocolate...

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and cream on the top.

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Say, ain't you one of those ballet dancers?

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I have the honour of performing for the ballet, yes.

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Whooh! Whoo-hooh!

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Hot diggedy-dawg!

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I'm just lovin' the ballet.

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Yeah, I love it when you do all those whirls and twizzles!

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Ah, twirl-twirl-twirl-twirl...

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Hey!

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-Twizzle-twizzle-twizzle-twizzle...

-Ahhh!

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Yeah. Oh, I'm feeling a little giddy now.

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I gotta just settle down a second and try and do this cream here.

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Phew! That was close.

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That could've gone all over the place.

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It did!

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There you go... Say, what happened to you?

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Doesn't your ballet company have a clean costume for you?

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Huh, I dunno! Good luck for the show tonight, Toots!

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What a gal!

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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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# 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, 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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This episode naughty old monarch King Flannel, who tries to get a packet of crisps past his beady-eyed butler, Chip Monk, who is still using all his wiles to avoid selling his beloved pets; and DIY Dan, who makes his customary meal of putting up wallpaper. Also featuring Wiggyville's favourite and most useless superhero, Captain Adorable, on the case of a piece of heavy furniture that needs delivering safely; and Milkshake Jake, the soda-pop bartender who doesn't pay much attention to his customers as he mixes their milkshake.

Also featuring Arthur Sleep, everyone's favourite punning newsreader; and the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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