Episode 2 Gigglebiz


Episode 2

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. Intrepid but accident-prone location reporter Gail Force gets into all sorts of trouble at an archaeological dig.


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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 - King Flannel, Storybook Stan,

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Sue Keeper, Humphrey,

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but first, over to Arthur Sleep.

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Oh, goodbye.

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

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Oh, thanks, Doreen. What's this? Oh, news just in.

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A herd of cows has escaped from a field

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and is blocking the A635 near Barnsley.

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Police advise drivers to avoid the area

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until the cows can get moo-ved on.

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MOO-ved on! Because they're cows!

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Pull the udder one. UDDER one! That's another!

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And now let's go over to Keith Fit with the sport.

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I tell you what, Doreen, I'm on fire today, it's pure gold. Keith!

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-Oh.

-HE CHUCKLES

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-GEORDIE ACCENT:

-Haway, bairns.

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Now, Keith Fit here. Today, I'm going to play a spot of badminton.

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OK, now, I've got my badminton bat here

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and this is what's known as a...

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um...is it? Well, it's...

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And I've got this here, OK?

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Now, don't go playing badminton indoors.

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OK, watch and learn, bairns. Watch and learn.

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I've been playing badminton for 20 years,

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so I know what I'm talking about. Here we go.

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Haway! Hup!

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Whoa-ho!

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Champion, man! 30 points.

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That's what you call a TEE shot.

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PHONE RINGS

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HE LAUGHS

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HE MUMBLES

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, over here, please. Yes.

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-Is that for me?

-Wha...?

-Thank you so much.

-Eh?!

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Hello?

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SHE LAUGHS

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Oh! Did you?

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Oh, no, terribly silly. No.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Oh, no!

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-You see what happened was we went to the other place...

-Oh!

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A-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya.

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-I'm so sorry.

-Oh!

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Silly old fool.

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Argh!

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You see, what happened was...

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Oh, no. Oh, no.

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-She had far too much...

-Argh!

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A-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya.

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Ah.

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Ooh, I say!

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HE CHUCKLES

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Eh...? Oh!

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Oh. Tch!

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SHE LAUGHS

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HE CHUCKLES

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Eh...? Wha? Ohh!

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Ah-ha! Ah-ha!

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HE CHUCKLES

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Er... Oi! Oi!

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Tall!

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Ooh! Aah!

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Here? Ah-ha-ha!

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Yeah, round here.

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You put so much work into it.

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And there it is! Right! Heh-heh!

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POP!

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Hello? Hello?

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HE LAUGHS

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-Oh.

-Oh.

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Ahhhh.

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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Eh?

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A phone?

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Hello?

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Oh, yes, I know, I lost you.

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A mobile! Argh!

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Oh!

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HE SIGHS

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-Hi, Justin.

-Hiya. Er, knock, knock.

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-Who's there?

-Figs.

-Figs who?

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FIGS the doorbell, it's not working.

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-Bye.

-Bye, Justin.

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And now, over to Gail Force. Gail, where are you?

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Yes, hello, Arthur. Ooh, steady.

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Gail Force here at the start of this very exciting archaeological dig.

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Now, these clever people are finding treasures

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that have been buried thousands of years ago.

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It's amazing, they've been lost for centuries.

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I wonder what we're going to find today.

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Well, stood next to me is Sho... Oh.

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Shona? Where's Shona?

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-Down here.

-Oh! Hello, Shona.

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What are you doing down there?

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Well, the first thing we do

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is dig a hole like this to see what's down here.

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Oh, I see, how exciting.

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-And you just need the one hole, do you?

-Oh, no.

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They're all over the place.

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Oh, right.

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You'll be back with me later on when we...

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Wah!

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Oh! Ahem.

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Back to the studio.

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Ooh! I found something. Is this treasure?

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Ah, yes. Absolute classic.

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Oh, hello, bookworms.

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Storybook Stan here and welcome to Story Corner.

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Now, today's story is called Annabel and the Wishing Well.

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You're going to love this one, it's a good, classic story.

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It's all about a little girl who discovers a magical wishing well.

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Are you sitting comfortably? Well, then we'll begin. Now,

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once upon a time, Ann...

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Annabel, I can barely read that, I mean...my glasses.

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Hang on a minute, I think I'm going to use my magnifying glass instead.

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Right, where were we? Ah, that's better.

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Annabel's well was so de... Ooh!

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Oh, dear. Oh, dear, my magnifying glass has fallen down the book.

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Whoa, still going.

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That is one deep well. WATER SPLASHES

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Oh, dear me. I am... HE COUGHS

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I think I need to dry out a bit. See you next time, bookworms.

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It's silly time!

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That's it, wildlife lovers, come along now,

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plenty more to see on my tour. Oh, I say, what a treat we have here.

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Right, everyone. These wonderful animals are called lemurs.

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-Llamas.

-Oh, yeah, what am I like? Llamas.

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Anyway, these llamas are one of the biggest birds

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we have in this country.

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-No, they're not.

-Yes, they are.

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-They're not a bird.

-Oh, she's a one, isn't she?

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Er, don't birds have wings?

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Oh, yes, they do have wings, write that down, yes. These lemurs...

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Llamas.

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Sorry, llamas have one of the most magnificent wingspans

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in the bird kingdom.

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In fact, they have huge wings but they just choose to hide them

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under all the fluff and hooves. Write that down.

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-So, can they fly?

-Yes, yes, they can fly. Good question, write that down.

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They...can...fly.

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Yes, they choose not to and that's why we mustn't stand too close

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just in case they take fright, you know, and fly away.

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-They can't fly!

-Yes, they can. Look, you've got too close.

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I think they're going to take flight.

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Quick, everyone down, that's it.

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Put your hands over your head, that's it. Any minute now.

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They'll take flight.

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-Any minute now.

-If anyone needs me, I'm going to get an ice cream.

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Any minute now.

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Don't look at them in the eye.

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Ahhh, I love my job.

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Get my lolly?

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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-What's a cat's favourite colour?

-I don't know.

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Purrrr-ple.

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THEY LAUGH

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Well, I'm here back at the archaeological dig.

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It's very important to use the right tools for the dig.

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These three things here are vital.

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We have a trowel for digging up the treasures,

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we have a brush for cleaning them down

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and then we have some string for...

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Well, I'm not sure what the string... Wah!

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-Ooh, sorry. The string is for showing us where we need to dig.

-Oh.

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Um, I found something.

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BOAT HORN BLARES

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HORN BLARES

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Oh, yes. Ohh, ahem. Are we on?

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Well, Arthur, we're here at the very end

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of this very exciting archaeological dig.

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It's very exciting, isn't it?

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H-he's excited. Now, what happens over here, Shona?

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What happens when you find a treasure?

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Well, when one of our diggers finds something valuable,

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-it's washed in this bucket.

-Like this one here, right.

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Then what happens?

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Then it gets marked on this chart.

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I say, how exciting. Can I take a closer look?

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-Yeah, be careful, though.

-Oh, wow...

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Oh, no!

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-Leave it...

-Sorry. I can do this. Whoopsie. I'll dry that.

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-No, it's fine.

-No, please...

-Let me have my chart...

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This is Gail Force and back to the studio. Arthur.

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Ooh, er...

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Is this treasure?

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Oh, dear, looks like you're in a bit of a hole there, Gail. Get it?

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A bit of a hole! I'm cooking on gas.

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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

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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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In the studio with groan-inducing newsreader Arthur Sleep is sports reporter Keith Fitt, who tries (and fails) to demonstrate how to play badminton, naughty King Flannel has trouble with Lady Chatalot's constant chatting on the phone, intrepid but accident-prone location reporter Gail Force gets into all sorts of trouble at an archaeological dig, lovable storyteller Storybook Stan has problems finishing a story about a deep well, enthusiastic wildlife park tour guide Sue Keeper gets all her facts wrong when she talks about llamas, and ever-helpful Humphrey causes trouble for his neighbour while fishing. 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 is some silly dancing fun in silly time!


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