Episode 7 Gigglebiz


Episode 7

Sketch show. Keith Fit, the unlikely fitness expert, takes to the water, while Rod struggles to get Annette to notice his latest catch. Also, Gail Force falls asleep on the job.


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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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Keith Fit,

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Dina Lady,

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Professor Muddles!

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But first it's time for Rapids Johnson!

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Hello! I'm Rapids Johnson

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and, believe it or not,

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I'm not looking for the Big Brown Bulgarian Bear.

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I'm having a day off at the funfair!

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Now, just having a look at the carousel, it's going round and round

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and up and down and I'm feeling a bit wobbly.

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Reminds me of canoeing up the Amazon River. Don't go there!

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I've decided to treat myself instead,

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with a giant scrum-diddly-umptious lollipop!

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Trouble is, I can't find anywhere to buy one from!

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Never mind. I'll find a lollipop or my name's not Rapids...

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-Johhson.

-Er, Johnson! Thank you! Keep 'em peeled!

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So I said, "I don't care how many Michelin stars you've got, Jamie,

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"I just remember bathing you and changing your nappy!"

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Ooh. Hello, my little peppercorns

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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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Now, today we're going to make a delicious mud pie,

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which will be yummy, scrummy for our tummy.

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First of all, you need a pie base, like this one here.

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And now, we need the filling. I'll go and get it. I won't be a trice.

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Mud pie isn't made with real mud.

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It's made with chocolate, which looks a bit like mud.

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That's why we call it mud pie.

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There we are. Ooh, bit heavy.

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Now, I use this mud fresh from our garden.

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Mud from the garden?!

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Don't worry, Tommy. I've taken all the worms out.

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It ruins the flavour!

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Daft boy. Nice, though.

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Right, and now simply add the mud to your pie.

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Definitely do NOT try this at home!

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There we go.

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And there you have one perfect mud pie.

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Easy as pie.

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See you next time, my little chefs.

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Ooh, I think I left a worm in there.

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Oh, dear me.

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HONK!

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SQUEAK!

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Last clip, down there. OK!

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Safe and sound.

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Oh. Keith Fit here.

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Today, I'm going to show you how to do some water-skiing.

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I've been water-skiing for over 20 years. I know what I'm talking about.

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To be a champion water-skier, you need three things.

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A firm grip,

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flexibility

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and er...er...

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water.

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We've got all three here today.

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OK. Watch and learn, watch and learn.

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The important thing is, when you stand up, bend your...knees...

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because you're... WHOA!

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Oh, me back!

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And that's how you water-ski!

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Champion.

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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What happened to the cat who ate a ball of wool?

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I don't know. What DID happen to the cat that ate a ball of wool?

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She had mittens.

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JUSTIN LAUGHS

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Very good!

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Er...sprockets, springs, gizmos...

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and contraptions, animatronics... Ooh! And I need some muesli. Lovely.

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Oh-aye! Ah! Ha-ha! Hello there! I'm professor Muddles.

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Today, we're going to do one of my favourite experiments!

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I'm so excited!

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We're going to see what objects float or stink. Ayy! I mean sink.

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What objects float or...sink.

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A-ha!

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Over here, we have a huge tank of water. Yes.

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Ah, it's wet. Good.

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I tried this experiment last week with dry water

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and it was an absolute disaster. Never mind.

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Now, we need some objects to float or sink.

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So, over here we have a magnet made of metal,

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we have some wood, made of, er...wood

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and, of course, a scientist's most important tool - a stopwatch.

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This will enable us to see which object floats or sinks

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and how long it takes.

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Shall we start? Observe.

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First, we need to throw an object into the water.

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Ah. Er...yes.

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Er, hang on a second.

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I think we, er, may have a little, er, problem here.

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Yes, just roll the old sleeves up.

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Get it out.

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Eh...ah.

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My stopwatch seems to have stopped working.

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Well, we've learned something here, haven't we?

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My name is Professor Middles. Er, Piddles. Er, I mean Muddles.

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Goodbye!

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Oh, no. Not again.

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Ohh.

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Now then, young man,

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what have you brought for me to have a look at today?

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Well, my granny said it's by Michelangelo van Picasso...

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Did she now?

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-..which should make it very valuable indeed.

-Interesting. Well, I...

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Oh, I say! Now this really IS a work of art.

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Oh, yes! Do you know what it is?

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-It's a...

-Ice cream, yes!

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It's vanilla, with strawberry sauce on the top, and sprinkles!

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Mm!

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-And it's delicious!

-Oi!

-Hey, I AM the expert, you know?!

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Excuse me!

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-What about MY painting?

-Your..

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Oh. Exactly. What ABOUT your painting?

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I mean, really, look at it!

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It's worthless!

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And somebody has spilt a lot of gloop all over it.

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Thank you very much for bringing that in.

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Moving on.

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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, I keep thinking there are two of me.

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One at a time, please!

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Next!

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Keith Fit here, back at the water-ski centre.

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Just going to put my skis on, then give Peter the signal

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and he'll take me onto the water.

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But safety first - just going to zip me lifejacket up.

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It's a bit small. I'm usually a size small. This must be an extra small.

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Hang on, Peter. Won't be a minute.

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OK. There. All zipped up.

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And that's how you water-ski. Champion!

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

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Henry the celebrity horse is in town.

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We asked him for an interview, but he said "Neigh". NEIGH!

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I thought of that one on the hoof. ON THE HOOF!

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They keep coming, don't they?

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Now we go over to Gail Force, our roving reporter,

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who's in the town of Nappington,

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where people are mysteriously falling asleep. Gail?

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SHE SNORES

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Er, Gail, can you hear me? It's over to you.

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Gail?

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-Can somebody pass my teddy, please?

-Gail!

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Oh! Oh, er, yes. Sorry, Arthur.

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Right, well, hello there. I'm Gail Force

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and I'm here in Nappington,

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where everyone is mysteriously falling asleep.

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Back to you, Arthur.

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Sounds serious! Careful - we don't want you falling asleep on the job!

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-SHE SNORES Gail!

-Oh, yes. Sorry.

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As I was saying, everyone in Nappington is falling asleep.

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They do say that it is catching, Arthur.

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SNORING

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Arthur?

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HE SNORES

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Er, Arthur? Arthur!

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HE SNORES

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Now for more of your giggles!

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-Hey, Justin!

-Hey! Have you got a joke?

-Yeah.

-Come on, then.

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What's grey and zooms in the jungle at 70mph?

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I don't know. What IS grey and zooms through the jungle at 70mph?

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It's an elephant on a motorbike!

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THEY LAUGH

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Oh, hello! Nice to see you. Sit yourself down.

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Take the weight off, as they say.

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I have to sit here, you know, while he...fishes.

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Hello! You all right?

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Heh-heh. Sweet.

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I don't know why he bothers, really. He never catches anything.

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Nothing at all and did you see that sign?

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It says, "Beware of the octopus".

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Like he's EVER going to catch anything like an octopus!

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Oh, I don't know. He couldn't catch a bus!

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SHE LAUGHS

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I shouldn't laugh. It makes him happy and, at the end of the day,

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that's what it's all about. And he's out in the fresh air,

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out of harm, not getting into trouble or mischief.

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I get a bit of peace and quiet. Bit of time to myself.

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Oh. Did you feel that? I knew it. That'll be the rain, then. Oh.

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SHE TUTS We'll have to go in,

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even though he won't have caught a thing. Never catches anything!

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Do you, love? Bless!

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SHE LAUGHS Come on, girl.

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Here you are. You hold that.

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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, I feel like a duck.

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You must be quackers! Ha-ha!

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Next!

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Hello! Rapids Johnson here, in search of the Big Brown Bulgarian Bear.

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But today, I've got some help - hurrah! -

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from a fellow explorer, Amazon Grizzly.

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What you don't know is, old Grizzo and I were at prep school together!

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Weren't we, Griz?

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We used to sit next to each other and have lots of laughs,

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always losing things like pencils and plimsolls.

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We even lost his bike once. Didn't we?

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But don't worry. With my keen nose and his beady eyes -

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I mean, look at him! He's keeping 'em peeled already! -

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-we're bound to find this bear, or his name's not Amazon...

-Grizzly!

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Thank you!

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Any sign yet?

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HE LAUGHS Always going on.

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Talking away.

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HE SNORES

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It's the end of the day here at the water-ski centre.

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Just packing up.

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A bit disappointing - we didn't get to water-ski.

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But don't worry, we will be back.

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Thanks, Peter!

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That's me driver, Peter.

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He's been my driver for over 20 year and... OH!

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And that's how you water-ski. Champion.

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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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Keith Fit, the unlikely fitness expert, takes to the water, Rod struggles to get Annette to notice his latest catch, Gail Force, glamorous roving reporter, falls asleep on the job and Ann Teak is shown a priceless old painting - but it seems she is more interested in a priceless ice cream. There are also quick-fire giggles from Doctor Doctor. Including the Gigglekids, children from all round the country who tell Justin their favourite jokes.


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