Episode 2 Gigglebiz


Episode 2

Sketch show. Featuring Opera Oliver, the restaurant owner who just loves to sing about his food, and Doctor Doctor, who prescribes fun and giggles.


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Gigglebiz!

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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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Ann Teak.

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Farmer Dung.

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Introducing Opera Oliver.

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Rapids Johnson.

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But first, over to Arthur Sleep.

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And the prince and princess lived happily ever after.

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And the day was saved by King Arthur of Sleep.

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All right you two, off to bed now.

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Yeah. Uncle Arthur will be over soon, yes.

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All right. I love you. All right, then. Bye bye.

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Oh, eh..!

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Wrong number there.

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Ahem! I'm Arthur Sleep and here's the news.

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15 toilets have been stolen in Huddersfield.

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Police have announced they've nothing to go on.

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Heh-heh! Nothing to go on!

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Here's Gail with the latest news. You're looking glamorous today.

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What have you got?

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Arthur, really, stop it.

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Hello, there.

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Well, today could be the hottest day of the year.

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That's good news, Gail.

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That's right but we have to be very careful, Arthur.

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I'm wearing sunglasses today, not for fun,

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but to protect my eyes from the hot sun.

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That's very sensible of you, Gail.

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I suppose you've put lots of sun cream on, too?

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Oh, yes, I have, Arthur but I will top it up in a minute.

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Well, I'm Gail Force and that's your weather.

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Now then, a little bit more of this.

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Oooh!

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Now, let's see. A-ha!

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Carrots for seeing in the dark.

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Aah! Spinach for strong muscles.

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And of course, bananas for er... making some superhero calls!

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Ah!

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What? That shop assistant looks like he's in trouble.

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Captain Adorable away!

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A-ha-ha-ha! Need a little help, sir?

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Er...no, not really. Just spent hours putting this display together.

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Captain Adorable's here. I notice you were trying to remove that can.

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-No, really...

-Please, I know what I'm doing.

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Ahem! Using my superhero steady hand I shall remove the tin.

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-No...

-I need complete silence.

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-You've got it wrong...

-Easy, slowly does it.

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-Oh, no.

-Just a little bit further.

-Oh, no!

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Almost there.

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A-ha! Your tin, sir.

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-No, but you...

-Sh-sh-sh-sh!

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

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Captain Adorable away!

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Doctor Doctor will see you now.

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Next!

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Ah! Now, what seems to be the matter?

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Doctor Doctor, I've got a bone stuck in my throat.

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-Are you choking?

-No, I really have got a bone stuck in my throat.

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Next!

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To make the perfect omelette you need 93 eggs, some cheese,

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a pepper and a peanut.

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Oh! hello there, my little sugar snaps.

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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 make a very special dish.

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-Beef Wellington.

-Yay!

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All right, Tommy, contain yourself.

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First of all you need some pastry.

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I've rolled out some lovely fresh pastry right here.

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Isn't that lovely?

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Oh, no, I've forgotten the filling.

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Silly me.

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Tommy, my little sugar lump, would you look after my pastry?

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I'll be back in a mo.

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Beef Wellington is named after a famous soldier,

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the Duke of Wellington, who liked his beef wrapped in pastry.

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It's got nothing to do

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with the Wellington boots you wear in the mud.

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That would be silly.

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There we are.

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Simply place it on top like so and wrap the pastry around.

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There we go.

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Almost finished.

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Tommy, what have you got there?

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Beef for the Beef Wellington.

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Beef? What are you talking about?

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Everyone knows you need a Wellington boot.

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Daft boy. Nice though.

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To finish it off, simply take some gravy and pour it in your boot.

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There. Isn't that lovely?

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And to finish it, you can put a bit of garnish on if you like.

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There, one Beef Wellington.

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Easy as pie.

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'Til next time my little toasted soldiers.

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Would you like some boot?

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And now it's time for your giggles.

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What's a pirate's favourite instrument?

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I don't know. What is a pirate's favourite instrument?

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Ar-monica!

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Ah-har-har!

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Ar-monica!

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High five!

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CHEERS AND APPLAUSE

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# I'm Opera Oliver

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# Opera Oliver! #

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# Fish night, fish night

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-# In my restaurant tonight

-I love fish!

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# But the problem is that I have got no fish

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-# Got no fish?

-I gotta no fish

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# But outside is a stream, I'll use this rod

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# Hook some halibut or maybe catch a cod

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-# It's tugging

-It's tugging

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-# It's pulling

-It's pulling

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# But don't worry, I know just what to do

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Oh!

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-# Just catch one

-I'm starving

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# I hope it's not another shoe!

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Pooh!

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-# I've got one.

-He's got one

-# It's a big un.

-It's a big un!

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# I'll get some fish for you!

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Eurgh!

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# Fish night, fish night

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-# Really wasn't the best

-We know

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# Now I haven't got a single guest

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# Single guest, single guest

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# Oh! #

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CHEERS AND APPLAUSE

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Doctor Doctor will see you now.

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Next!

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Now, what seems to be the problem?

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Doctor Doctor, it hurts when I do that.

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Don't do it then!

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Next!

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HARPSICHORD MUSIC

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There's no need to be like that, Mrs Drizzle.

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I am the expert you know. It was probably worthless.

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Really.

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Ooh, my my, it's such a hot day today.

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Oh, dear.

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Oh!

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Just the thing.

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Lovely.

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SLURPS

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Ah!

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SLURPS

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Ah! Lovely!

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-Now then Mr..?

-Pickett.

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What have you brought in for me to have a look at?

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-The world's oldest can of fizzy drink.

-Oldest can of fizzy drink?

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-Interesting.

-It was the first ever can made in a factory.

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-I think it could be worth a lot of money.

-Really?

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Well, I'll be the judge of that. I am the expert, you know.

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-Where is it?

-Well...

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Well, it was here.

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On the table...

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-Ah. Really?

-HICCUPS

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I am the expert and it's time to move on.

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HICCUPS

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Now for more of your giggles!

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-Hey, Justin!

-Hey, Dia. Have you got a joke?

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-Yes.

-What is it?

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Why was the broom late for school?

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I don't know. Why was the broom late for school?

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It over-swept!

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Ah! (LAUGHS)

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I love that one!

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-Hello Farmer Dung.

-Oh-ar, oh-ar.

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Lovely day, innit? Right.

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Do you have something to show us today?

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Yeah. It's adorable. Heh-heh.

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Adorable? You mean something that's cute and fluffy?

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Is it a bunny rabbit?

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No, no! It's adorable.

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Is it a little lamb? They're adorable.

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No. Come 'ere, look.

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Right, a door...

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..and a bull. Get it?

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A door. A bull. Adorable!

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Ha-ha! Reggie, come and have a listen to this.

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A door. A bull.

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Adorable!

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Ha! Look at him! He's laughing, he gets it!

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He don't like me. Go on.

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Thank you, Farmer Dung.

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And now we go over to Gail Force with some unusual news. Gail.

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Yes. Hello, Arthur.

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I'm here in Little Bottom where today it's poetry day.

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Hurray!

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Once a year, everyone talks in rhyme.

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-Oh. Hello, sir.

-Hello, hello.

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-You're on the television.

-Yes, I know.

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-Do you rhyme all day?

-We do, we rhyme in every way.

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-And everyone joins in?

-That's right.

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-Does it carry on through the night?

-In every house, street and shop.

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-Once you've started...

-We can't stop!

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So there you are, that's it from me.

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-It's very catching.

-I agree!

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It's catching like a dose of flu.

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It seems to me you've got it too.

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-I'll say goodbye.

-Yes, cheerio.

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Erm... And it's back to you in the studio!

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That was Gail, our roving Miss.

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She's caught the rhyming bug, and now this.

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Heh-heh. I'm quite good at that, aren't I.

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I'm a poet and I didn't know it. Get it?!

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Hello, Rapids Johnson here in search of the East African lion.

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Rahr!

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Now, these fearsome animals love to hide in the undergrowth

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and they can pounce at a drop of a hat.

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Oops, dropped my hat. Won't be doing that again.

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Phew! Now, I've come down to this watering hole

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because the lions love to drink from it on a hot day.

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Let's have a look and see if we can see them.

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Oh, no.

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I'm afraid there's no sign at all.

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Never mind. I'll find the great East African lion

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-or my name's not Rapids...

-..Johnson!

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Thank you. Keep 'em peeled!

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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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Sketch show. Featuring Opera Oliver, the restaurant owner who just loves to sing about his food; Doctor Doctor, who prescribes fun and giggles; reluctant superhero Captain Adorable, who lends a helping hand at the supermarket; and Farmer Dung, who has something amazing to see down on the farm. Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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