Episode 24 Gigglebiz


Episode 24

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. Zany scientist Professor Muddles experiments with some vegetables, and lovable storyteller Storybook Stan attempts to read a bubbly story.


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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! Coming up on Gigglebiz,

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Rapids Johnson,

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Sue Keeper,

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Will Barrow,

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Storybook Stan

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and here's the Burrito Brothers!

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APPLAUSE AND CIRCUS MUSIC

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Whoa!

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Ahem!

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THEY GROAN

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Ah! Oh! Oh! Oh!

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Grrr!

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Ha-ha!

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Ha-ha!

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Ah! Ha-ha-ha!

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APPLAUSE

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DRUMROLL

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Oh?

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Hey! Ha!

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HE GROANS

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Oh! Ah!

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TA-DA!

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APPLAUSE

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Ah, ha-ha. Hmm?

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HE MUMBLES APPRECIATION

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BOING!

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THEY STRAIN AND GROAN

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Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

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Oh! Whoa! Oh!

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Uh?

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BUMP!

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-Oh...

-Wha..? wha..?

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Hey! APPLAUSE

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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How do you make fruit punch?

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I don't know.

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Give it boxing lessons.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Oh! Hello!

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Rapids Johnson here!

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Well, trekking again in the wilderness,

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and today we're in search of the furry-footed fishing bear.

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Now, this rare animal has never been seen before.

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In fact, it stands at the water's edge

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and it can catch fish using its bare paws.

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Amazing! A wonder of nature.

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Well, let's take a look, shall we? See if we can see it.

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Right, um...

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No, nothing there.

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Hmm, no...

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Hmm, well, I... Hmm...

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Think it's a bit disappointing.

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It looks pretty black out there.

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I think there's a storm coming. Never mind.

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I'll find that bear, or my name's not Rapids...

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-GRUFF VOICE:

-Johnson!

-..Johnson!

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Keep 'em peeled.

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Come along, wildlife lovers.

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There we are, plenty to see.

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Oh, look at these wonderful animals!

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Now, we've got two types of animals here. You may want to take notes.

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We've got some, um... Oh, I know this.

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Sheep?

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That's right, yes, sheep. Well done. Just testing.

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And, of course, the other animals are...

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Oh, it's on the tip of my tongue. Um...

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Oh, more sheep! More sheep.

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No. They're goats.

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What? Goats?

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Oh, yeah, actually... Yeah, there is a goat over there.

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OK, goats and sheep, I don't know.

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Now, the only way to tell a goat from a sheep

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is the horns.

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You see, goats have horns like that, and sheep have no horns, see?

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Horns for a goat, sheep, no horns.

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Come on, let me see you do all the actions.

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Goats, horns. Sheep, no horns.

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Goats have horns. Sheep, no horns.

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Oh, wonderful! See, it's very easy.

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Excuse me.

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Yes, wildlife animal lover, have you got a question?

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Sheep have horns too.

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Sheep have horns too?! What, these?

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Look.

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That one does, over there.

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-What, that goat over there?

-It's a ram.

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A ram?! Don't write this down. Let me explain.

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A ram is neither a sheep, nor is it a goat.

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It's a kind of duck, everyone knows that, honestly.

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I don't know. Come on, everyone,

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let's go see some more animals.

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Remember, goats have horns and sheep have no horns. Off we go!

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Goats have horns and sheep have no horns. That's it.

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Off we go, everyone. Oh, I love my job!

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It's silly time!

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SILLY MUSIC

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Put your feet up, have a nice cup of tea,

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it's time for this!

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WHEE!

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BOING!

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MOLE GIGGLES

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-MOLE:

-Oh! Oh! Oh! O-ho-ho!

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WHEE!

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-Oh!

-Oh?

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-O-ho-ho!

-Hmm, oh.

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ANIMALS CHATTER AND SQUEAK

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ANIMALS SQUEAK AND MUMBLE

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YOINK!

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THEY SQUEAK AND HOLLER

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I'm Professor Cuddles... Wah!

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I mean Puddles... Wah! I mean Muddles.

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Now, people often ask me,

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"Why do vegetables grow in the ground?"

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Well, I say, "Why don't you ask one?"

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Hello, Mr Carrot. Why do you grow under the ground?

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Absolutely nothing.

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Yes, as you can see, they're not very chatty,

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and besides, not many people speak Carrot.

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So, if we can't ask vegetables why they grow under the ground,

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we need to examine them to find out.

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Now, next we need a potatapo... Whee! I mean a tolapato...

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Oi! I mean a potato. There we are.

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Perfect! Right, we simply place the potato on the board like so,

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get the magnifying gla... Hey!

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Oh, I say, that one must have made a run for it.

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Never mind, I have another one here.

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We'll pop the potato on the board.

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Get the magnifying glass and... Eh!

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That one too. They are tricky, aren't they?

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One more coming right up.

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Perfect potato, onto the board, get the magnifying gla... Wey!

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Ooh! CRASH!

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I think I've got it!

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Of course, here is the answer.

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My potatapoes... Aii!

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I mean, potatoes, made a run for it

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because they wanted to live under the ground.

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Yes, that's why they grow under the ground.

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It's where they're happiest. Brilliant! Ha-ha!

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I'm Professor Bubbles... Oi!

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I mean Fuddles... Oi! I mean Muddles.

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Oh, and this is my lunch.

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Mmm, delicious... Whoa!

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HONK!

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Well, that's not too bad, is it, for a first attempt?

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Oh, hello, bookworms!

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Storybook Stan here. Good to see you.

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And you're just in time for another wonderful story.

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Are you sitting comfortably? Oh, wonderful.

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Well, today's story is called Bubbly Bop and the Great Big Pop.

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You're going to love this one.

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Right, let's get started, shall we?

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Bubbly Bop was very good at blowing bubbles.

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Hang on a minute! Where did they come from?

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That wasn't supposed to happen! Oh, dear.

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Now, he blew bubbles all day long, and...

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Hang on, there's more bubbles! Ho-ho!

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I can't read the book for all the bubbles. They're everywhere!

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Oh!

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HE CHUCKLES

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Oh, well...

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I don't know what's happening. See you next time, bookworms.

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Ah-ha! Ahem...

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-Knock, knock!

-Who's there?

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RADIO CRACKLES

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Police.

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Police who?

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"Police" hurry up! It's cold out here!

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Brr!

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Hello, there! I'm Arthur Sleep with the latest news.

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There's been a bank robbery in the town centre.

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Police are looking for a man with one eye called Dennis.

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I wonder what the other eye's called.

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Get it? The other eye!

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Ahem...

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I'm firing on all comedy cylinders today.

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Now, here's Keith Fitt with the sport.

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Skills, skills, more and more skills.

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Ah! Haway, bairns!

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Keith Fitt here,

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and today I'm going to show you how to play football in the back garden

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without losing your ball. Crucial stuff.

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I've been playing football for over 20 years, as you know,

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so watch and learn, bairns, watch and learn. OK, here we go.

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Super skills, super skills, skills!

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-Oh, man.

-DOG BARKS

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Oh, I've lost it, man.

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There it is. The ball must have been deid flat.

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There's many ways you can get your ball back

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from your neighbour's garden.

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The easiest way is to go to the front of the hoose

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and ask for it back, OK.

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OK, bairns. Now, don't worry about asking for your ball back.

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I've been asking for my ball back for over 20 years,

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and I'm not afraid to ask, OK?

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Here goes...

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Oh, there's nobody in. Reet, I'm off.

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-Hello, Keith.

-Oh, erm...

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Hello, Mrs Pebbrill, can I have my...

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-Well, erm... This morning...

-Do you want your ball back?

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-Oh, yes, please!

-Of course, come on through.

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Champion!

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And that's how you get your ball back!

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Oh, ahem, shall I take my shoes off, Mrs Pebbrill?

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-If you wouldn't mind, dear.

-OK!

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Hello down there, Farmer Dung.

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Oh, hello there.

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Why are you digging holes, Farmer Dung?

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Well, we're planting a tree today, aren't we, Reg?

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I got one, he got one.

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-You look very hot.

-Well, I am!

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I've been digging more than two hours!

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It's not getting any deeper, is it, Reg?

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-The holes aren't getting any deeper? I wonder why!

-I dunno!

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Right, let's see, now.

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FARMER DUNG MUMBLES TO HIMSELF

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There we are, that's it.

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Eh, what..?!

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Hang on! Reg! What are you doing?

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I think I can see the problem, Farmer Dung.

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You're throwing soil into each other's holes.

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Reg, wait, wait, wait!

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You know what's been happening?

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I've been throwing soil in yours,

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and you've been throwing soil in my hole!

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HE LAUGHS

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BOINK!

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HONK!

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We fell in our holes! We fell in our holes! Look at him!

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-Ah!

-Oh, Farmer Dung.

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Shall we call it a day? Right, let's go.

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Eh, eh, hang on a minute.

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Reg, give us a hand.

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Er, hello!

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We're stuck.

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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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Acrobatic troupe the Berrito Brothers show off their weightlifting skills, intrepid explorer Rapids Johnson goes in search of the furry-footed fishing bear, wildlife park tour guide Sue Keeper gets sheep and goats mixed up, gardener Will Barrow finds all sorts of animals hiding in his wheelbarrow, zany scientist Professor Muddles experiments with some vegetables, lovable old storyteller Storybook Stan attempts to read a bubbly story, Keith Fitt tries to get his football back from the next-door neighbour, and the enthusiastic but incomprehensible Farmer Dung digs some holes with Reggie.

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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