Sketch show. Featuring Rod and Annette - where, as usual, Annette is blissfully unaware of Rod's latest prize catch, and Rapids Johnson is in search of a rare, musical animal.
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ALL: It's Gigglebiz!
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Coming up on Gigglebiz: Rapids Johnson
Dina Lady, Major Boogie
Rod and Annette.
But first, here's the Doctor.
Doctor Doctor will see you now!
Now, what seems to be the problem?
-Doctor Doctor, I keep thinking I'm a bell.
Take some tablets.
If they don't work, give me a ring! Ha-ha! Next!
Rapids Johnson here, in search of the Venezuelan musical bear.
"How musical is this bear, Rapids?" I hear you say.
Well it's a very musical animal indeed.
In fact, it's the most musical animal in the world.
Oh...! Hang on a minute. What's that noise?
I'm trying to talk about the Venezuelan musical bear. It's rare.
-Thank you! Sorry.
Don't you worry, I'll find the bear or my name
-is not Rapids...
-Thank you. Keep them peeled.
And to make the perfect lemon drizzle cake,
you need to use 87 lemons and a keg of drizzle.
Hello there, my little anchovies.
Welcome to Dinner Time, with me Dina Lady.
This is my assistant Tommy Tummy.
Say hello, Tommy.
Today we are going to make a delicious pie
using tinned sardines and tinned tomatoes.
I've prepared the pie dish, and around the edge
I've got some fluffy pastry.
Oh, yummy, scrummy for our tummies.
All we need now are the fillings.
I won't be a tiny tip.
Don't forget, you need to get a grown-up to take the ingredients
out of the tins first, by opening them with one of these.
This is a tin opener.
And that's exactly what it does.
There we are. I've been looking forward to this.
-The tin opener is here.
-Thanks, Tommy. You are a good boy.
That can go in too.
Don't you worry. I know, I know.
-He's a nice boy.
Daft as a pastry brush, though!
Here's a finished one I made earlier on.
There you go...
This was made with tinned peas and ham.
Don't try this at home.
There you have it - one beautiful pie.
Easy as... Well, pie.
Until next time, my little sugar cubes.
Where did you get that tin opener from?
I thought we ate that last week.
And now it's time for your giggles!
Why did the... Why did the flamingo lift up one leg?
I don't know. Why did the flamingo lift up one leg?
Because if he lifted up both, he would fall flat on his bottom!
Thank you for bringing in this marvellous painting, Mr...?
-Yes. Well let me tell you a bit about it, Mr Sprinkle.
It's over 150 years old.
And it was painted by Leonardo de Cappuccino.
Now sadly it's been sat in direct sunlight
so it's faded.
All over here...
and down here...
But don't worry.
I am the expert and I can fix it.
I'll just get some of my antique paint. ..Thank you, Henry.
Now, if we just put the smallest amount at the top here...
Oh, yes. Lovely!
Then the eyes need a little bit of touching up...
Wonderful. And the other one.
Oh, and the mouth, of course.
Oh, and finally, the nose down here.
There we are, it's as good as new!
You've ruined it!
No, it's pronounced, RESTORED.
Thank you for bringing it in, Mr Sprocket.
MUM: Come on, you two. Your tea's ready!
Up on a toy shelf, in a bedroom just like yours and mine,
tired old Tin Soldier marches to his tinny tune.
His name, Major Boogie.
But when no one's around...
Time for Major Boogie, sir!
SPANISH FLAMENCO-TYPE MUSIC PLAY
Back to the Boogie box, quick march!
MARCHING MELODY PLAYS
-Hello, Rapids Johnson here!
Still in search of the Venezuelan musical bear.
Now I've just had a tip-off that the bear is here in the shopping centre.
Yah! Which does surprise me.
Because these noble creatures don't like a lot of noise
and they're very scared of people.
Hang on a minute. There's some kind of concert going on behind me.
I don't know what it is. Yah, very good.
Just... Hang on, there!
But don't you worry. I'll find the Venezuelan musical bear
or my name's not Rapids...
-Thank you. Keep 'em peeled.
Doctor Doctor, we'll see you now.
Now, then, what seems to be the problem?
Doctor Doctor, I feel like a chicken.
I'm glad you've plucked up the courage to come in!
Dear, oh, dear. I think
I'm going to need some help.
-Did someone say they need some help?
-Oh, young man, thank you.
-Can you please help me?
-Of course I can, madam.
Is it a crime you need me to solve?
No, I just need some help reading this train timetable.
I've left my glasses at home. HE LAUGHS
You don't need this timetable, madam. You have Captain Adorable!
I will use my super senses to work out which platform you need.
-which town are you travelling to?
-Wiggyville, you say.
A-ha! I'm sensing something now.
'The next train to Wiggyville will depart from platform 15.'
The next train to Wiggyville will depart from platform 15.
Oh, wait! Madam, please,
don't thank me, it's what I do. Go on, you'll miss your train.
-'Mind the doors.'
-Wait a second.
The train to Wiggyville - that's my train!
Captain Adorable, away! Wait!
Oh, hello. Nice to meet you. Oh, sit yourself down.
Take the weight off your lovely legs.
I mean, I've got to sit here anyway
while he fishes.
I don't know why he bothers. I mean, he never catches anything.
Nothing at all.
But he likes it. He says it makes him happy,
and at the end of the day, that's what it's all about, isn't it?
Out in the open, out in the fresh air,
not getting into trouble or mischief.
I mean, he says he nearly caught one the other day.
So he tells me. I didn't see it myself.
He says it got away.
But he thought he caught one and that made him happy.
So, that's nice for him, isn't it?
But like I say, he never catches anything.
Do you, love? Bless.
Now, for more of your giggles.
-Hey, Jimmy! Sounds like you might have a joke.
-Go on, then.
What do you call when someone crosses a traffic warden with a dog?
I don't know. What do you get if you cross a traffic warden and a dog?
A barking ticket! HE LAUGHS
Hello, Farmer Dunn!
Oh, hello! All right?
Have you got something to show us today?
Yeah. Reggie's lion.
Did you say Reggie's lion?
Yeah, Reggie's lion. In the barn.
Hadn't you better be careful? Lions are fierce and dangerous animals.
No. Come and have a look.
See? Reggie's lyin'.
Lyin' in the barn.
Reggie's lyin' in the barn.
-My word. That's funny.
Here's Lee, look. Hey, Reg!
There he is.
He's lyin'. Look.
Thank you, Farmer Dunn.
Hello. Rapids Johnson here in search of the Venezuelan musical bear.
Now, we've just heard from the local people -
very friendly, by the way - that the bear will be here tonight.
Hoorah! So, if all else fails, we'll see him then.
Now... Oh, no, look. It's sold out!
Ah, drat! But don't you worry,
I'll find the Venezuelan musical bear or my name's not Rapids...
-Thank you, keep 'em peeled.
# Gigglebits, Gigglebits, we've had a lot of fun
# Gigglebits, Gigglebits, ho ho ho
# Gigglebits, Gigglebits, and now it's time to go
# Gigglebits, Gigglebits, it's time to go!
# Cheerio, ta-ta, bye-bye
# Farewell, arrivederci!
# We all hate to say goodbye but we'll be back again
# Na na na na na na, Gigglebits
# Na na na na ho ho ho
# Na na na na na na, Gigglebits
# Na na na na, it's time to go
# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, we've had a lot of fun
# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz, ho ho ho
# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz and now it's time to go
# Gigglebiz, Gigglebiz it's time to go!
# Ho ho! #
Featuring Rod and Annette - where, as usual, Annette is blissfully unaware of Rod's latest prize catch; Rapids Johnson, in search of a rare, musical animal; Captain Adorable - Wiggyville's famous superhero helps out a train station; and the return of Major Boogie, stepping onto the toy shelf for a quick boogie with his flamenco-dancing friend. There are also quick-fire giggles from Doctor Doctor. Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.