Episode 19 Gigglebiz


Episode 19

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. Lovable old storyteller Storybook Stan has problems getting comfortable and Will Singalot infuriates poor Robin Hood with his singing.


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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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Gail Force...

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Ann Teak...

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Storybook Stan...

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Will Singalot...

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But now it's time for DIY Dan!

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Need a spice rack?

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Well, to make your own spice rack, you'll need wood, glue,

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a hammer and nails.

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And, of course, have your spice jars handy,

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so you know how big your spice rack needs to be.

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Be careful with the pepper jar - pepper makes you sneeze.

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Aa... Aa...

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Aa...!

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Achoo!

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Gather up your materials.

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First thing you need to do

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is to glue all the edges of your spice rack.

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Mind that pepper.

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Aa...

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Aa...

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Aa...!

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Ohh...

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Achoo!

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If you spill a little glue, just remove objects that might get stuck.

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This may take some time.

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BOING!

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Achoo!

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Achoo!

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Aa... Aa... Achoo!

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Aa.. Achoo!

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And there we have it. Your finished spice rack.

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All you need to do now is put your spices on the spice rack.

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Job done.

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BOING!

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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Why didn't the shark eat the clown?

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I don't know.

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Because he tasted funny.

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Ahem. Hello there, I'm Arthur Sleep.

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And now it's time for a special report

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from a lady some might call "a force to be reckoned with".

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It's Gail. Did you see what I did there?

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"Gail", cos it's "gale force". Get it?

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Doreen, did... No, you didn't get it, did you?

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I've had enough today.

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I think I'm going to have a half day, Doreen. Hold all my calls.

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Hello there, I'm Gail Force, and I'm very excited,

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because tonight Rocking Eddie himself will be performing live

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here at the concert hall. Hooray! Eddie, Eddie, Eddie!

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Ooh... And I'm just hearing I'm going to be interviewing

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two of Eddie's biggest fans!

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Oh, er, two fans for Rocking Eddie.

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Oh, well, er, you ARE big fans.

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Um, are you looking forward to the show?

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Um, heh, they're just being cool... Cool fans.

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Back to the studio.

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PHONE RINGS

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HARPSICHORD MUSIC PLAYS

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Come along, my group, that's it. Hurry up.

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Don't dawdle there, sir. Right, plenty to see.

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Hurry up at the back! There.

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Gather round, won't you? There we are.

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All right, not too close!

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Now, have a look at this splendid piece.

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This is, of course, an antique table.

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Now, this particular table quite often had a secret compartment to it.

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Now, "Where is it?" I hear you cry.

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Well, being an antiques expert, I know exactly where to look.

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If you just gently tap...

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BANG! BANG!

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Hmm, yes, I think we'll find the secret compartment...

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BOING!

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Ah. Would have been there. But this table doesn't seem to have one.

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Which obviously makes it even more valuable.

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I'll just pop that in there.

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There. Now, back to the table.

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Now, can anyone tell me what these are, lying on top of the table?

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No, I thought not. Well, these are, of course, antique plates.

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And here's a little tip for you.

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You can tell how valuable a plate is by simply tapping it

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gently on the side of a hard surface, like so...

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Yes, well, ha ha...

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As you can hear, that tinkly sound on the floor,

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that does mean that this plate is very valuable.

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Now, sadly, this place sitting is now, of course, incomplete,

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so I shall pop it very safely into the drawer, like so.

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There.

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Now, "How do we date the table?" I hear you cry.

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Well, don't worry, I can date it, because I am an expert.

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Let's have a look at the leg, or the "leggage," as I like to say.

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If we have a look at this particular leg over here,

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I'll just give it a gentle pull, like so...

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BOING! And we can...

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..clearly see it says 17... I say, over here.

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Yes, 1796.

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It's a very valuable table.

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Well, moving on - come on! Hurry up. Choccy biccies at the end.

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-Hi, there!

-Hi, Justin!

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-Knock knock.

-Who's there?

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-Olive.

-Olive who?

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Olive next door. Nice to meet you.

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-Bye-bye!

-Bye, Justin!

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Er...where's my key? Oh, no!

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News just in. Police are on the lookout for criminals

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who are stealing newsreaders' chairs.

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Doreen, we'll have to keep a sharp lookout for that.

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Oh, yes! Hang on a minute. Why's my desk moved over there?

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Doreen, can we fix that, please?

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And now this.

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Oh, hello, bookworms!

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Storybook Stan here,

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and today I'm going to read you a real classic fairy tale.

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Little Red Riding Hood.

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Now, are you sitting comfortably? Good.

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Actually, I'm not, because - I tell you what,

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I haven't got my slippers on - my feet have been barking all day.

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Hang on a minute, I'll just get 'em for you. There you go.

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Got some slippers, lovely.

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Right, I'll be with you in a minute, bookworms.

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Oh, wonderful. There you go. Ha ha! There.

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Now, once upon a... Oh, tell you what, this is a bit slippy, this.

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I need a cushion. I'll just get a small cushion.

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I won't be a minute, bookworms. SLIPPERS SQUEAK

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Ah, got one! Don't worry. There we are.

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Right! I'll just sit onto this...

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There we are. There we go.

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Now, once upon a...

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Hang on a minute, I can't even see you, bookworms!

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Are you down there? Whoa!

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Hang on a minute, whoa! Oh, that does it!

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Right, I just need the book, of course.

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There we are, I've got the book, don't worry.

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Right. Oh, dear.

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Now - ooh, hang on a minute, no, it's not time to go, is it?!

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Well, there was a Red Riding Hood...

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There was a coat and there's a wolf, and some fruit...

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It's silly time!

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HONK!

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# I am good Robin's minstrel

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# And I always sing a song

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# I try to put good Robin right

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# But he always gets it wrong. #

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Quiet! The guard will hear you!

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Good friend, Little John!

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The wicked Sheriff of Nottingham has locked you in this gaol,

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but I, brave Robin Hood, will free you.

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# He'll free you! He'll free you!

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-# Robin Hood will free you! #

-Shh! No singing!

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Little John - see, the guard is asleep.

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I will creep up and steal the key from his side.

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And you - no singing, got that?

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# Go-o-t that. # Sorry.

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# Robin Hood was very brave

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# As he tried his friend to save... #

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-Shh!

-# He crept up to the guard till he

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# Was just about to grab the key. #

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Would you stop that?

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You wait there.

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I don't know why I chose you for this mission.

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# The guard who looked a fearsome bloke

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# Was snoring loud, but never woke. #

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No thanks to you.

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# Then Robin, he just took that key

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# Soon the prisoner would be free. #

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Success!

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# He's free, he's free he's got the key!

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# Now sing this jolly song with ME! #

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-No, no jolly songs!

-# Fiddly-dee, oh, fiddly-dee

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-# Everybody dance with me! #

-What?

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-ALL:

-# Fiddly-dee, oh, fiddly-dee

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# Dance around the gaol with me

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-# Fiddly-dee oh, fiddly-dee... #

-Get out!

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# Dance around the gaol with me... #

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CREAK!

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Oh, no!

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# Brave Robin left the key in the door

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# And so his plans they were no more. #

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This is all your fault.

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# Oh, fiddly-dee, oh, fiddly-dee

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# Come on, everyone, dance with me

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-ALL:

-# Oh, fiddly-dee, oh, fiddly-dee Dance around the gaol with me

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# Fiddly-dee, oh, fiddly-dee Dance around the gaol with...

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# Me-e-e-e... #

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COUGH!

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That minstrel's got to go.

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

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Why did the banana go to the doctor's?

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I don't know.

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Because it wasn't peeling well.

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Hello, there! I'm Professor Boggles. Er, I mean Moggles.

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Agh, I mean Muddles! And welcome to my laboratory.

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Hang on a minute, I'll just switch this off.

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Yes, ha-ha.

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Now, today I'm demonstrating my new cleaning machine. Ta-da!

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Ha ha ha, yes.

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Now, we need something to clean.

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Ah, yes, of course. What about my spare lab coat?

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Now, as you can see,

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my lab coat hasn't been cleaned for over 25 years.

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It's filthy. So, into the machine it goes.

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Right, lift the lid up, pop it in, like so...

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And, of course, we switch the machine on.

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There we are. And wait.

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WHIRRING

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DING! Ooh! Ha ha, I think that's worked.

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Right, let's have a look.

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Switch the machine off. That's it. Ah!

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Yes... Not quite.

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This is quite interesting, isn't it?

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Well, even though that's not what the machine was meant to do,

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this actually has turned out quite stylish, as you can see.

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I may just hang at the lab, and put out the vibe.

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Ahem, all right.

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Next, we're going to clean... Ah, my socks!

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HE WHEEZES

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And they're extremely pongy. Right, into the machine they go...

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Eurgh, my goodness, I can - oh! - only just bear the smell.

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Oh! There we are.

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And, of course, we switch the machine on, like so.

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WHIRRING

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Oh, dear!

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I think the cleaning machine's overheating! Oh!

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Well, er... Agh!

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COUGH! COUGH!

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Well, I think we've learned something here today.

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Be careful putting too shirty - I mean thirty -

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I mean DIRTY socks in your cleaning machine.

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COUGH! COUGH!

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I'm Professor Muddles, goodbyeee! Oh!

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Aiieee!

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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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# 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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Accident-prone DIY enthusiast DIY Dan tries to build a spice rack, newsreader Arthur Sleep gets his chair stolen and goes home early, location reporter Gail Force interviews some big fans, so-called antiques 'expert' Ann Teak destroys a valuable dinner table and plates, lovable old storyteller Storybook Stan has problems getting comfortable, Will Singalot infuriates poor Robin Hood with his singing as he tries to free Little John from jail, and zany scientist Professor Muddles demonstrates his new cleaning machine.

The show also features the Gigglekids - children from all around the country telling their favourite jokes; and Justin joins children onscreen for the best knock knock jokes. Finally there's some silly dancing fun in silly time!


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