Episode 25 Gigglebiz


Episode 25

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. Newsreader Arthur Sleep and sports reporter Keith Fitt both have fun spinning on their chairs.


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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,

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Professor Muddles,

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DIY Dan,

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Ann Teak,

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and now it's time for Storybook Stan!

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# Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do... #

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Oh, ha-ha! Hello, bookworms! Good to see you!

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I'm Storybook Stan and welcome to the Story Corner.

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Now, today, we've got a very... DOORBELL RINGS

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Excuse me, that's my front door. Sorry about that.

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Hello?

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Hello? Anyone there?

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DOOR SHUTS

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STAN CHUCKLES

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Sorry about that, bookworms, nobody there.

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Just expecting a delivery, that's all.

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Today's story is called Noises. You're going to like this.

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PHONE RINGS Now, once upon a time...

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Excuse me, there goes the phone. Hello?

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Hello there, Paige! How are you? It's Paige from the library.

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Yeah... What?

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15 books overdue? What? Are you sure?

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All right, then. Well, now's not the time.

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All right, I'll drop by later. All right, Paige, take care.

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Yeah, all right, I love you too. All right, bye... Bye.

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No, you put the phone down first.

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Sorry, all right, bye.

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Ahem, sorry about that.

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Now, where were we? Noses... I mean, Noises.

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Now, once upon a time...

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ALARM BELL RINGS What was that?

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Ho, sorry about that! I may have to speak up a bit.

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LOUDER: Once upon a time, there was a...

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DIFFERENT ALARM WHOOPS

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Oh, the noise is so loud!

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CLOCK CHIMES LOUDLY Once upon a time...

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SHOUTING: Can you believe it, bookworms?! Once upon a time...

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I can't believe the noise!

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I'll have to just...

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Once... I'm going to have to finish this, bookworms!

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I'll see you next time! Bye!

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I don't know if that's egg or some soup.

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I had the carrot soup for lunch, Doreen.

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It should come out with a bit of...

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Oh, hello, there!

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I'm Arthur Sleep, and now it's time to go over to someone

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who is simply going to blow us all away with her latest report.

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It's Gail Force.

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Hello, Arthur!

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Gail Force here, in the countryside, just about to embark

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on a wonderful countryside walk

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with professional rambler Miles, Miles Walker.

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-Hello, Miles.

-Hello, Gail.

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Well, Miles, I've got my special walking boots on.

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-Are we ready to go?

-Ho-ho, I am, but you're not, Gail.

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Really? What else do I need?

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You can't just go walking off into the countryside like that!

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-Can't I?

-No, you'll need a map.

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Right, well, I was just about to follow you.

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-You take that and, look, here's a compass.

-A compass?!

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-Don't forget your rucksack.

-What?!

-There we go.

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I thought I was the guest.

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-You didn't say I was carrying things.

-Up there.

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There you go. In there you've got your tent and your sleeping bag.

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-I thought there was a hotel.

-A stove.

-A stove?!

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Am I cooking as well?

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-Your water bottle.

-Wah! What's that?

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-Pots and pans.

-Pots and pans?!

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-Don't forget the cooking pots.

-What?!

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-Oh, dear.

-A kettle.

-Kettle, all right.

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-Just in case, there's a spare kettle.

-Thank you.

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-And I think that's about it.

-Oh, good.

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-Are we ready to go?

-Oh, no.

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-One important thing, Gail.

-Oh, right.

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-Just in case you need a cup of tea.

-Right, thanks, Miles.

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Well, it's Gail Force here, just about to...

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Wah!

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This is Gail Force. Back to the studio.

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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-What do sheep do in the hot weather?

-I don't know.

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Have a baa-baa-cue.

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THEY GIGGLE

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Cup of tea? Oh, lovely!

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Ooh, yum-yum-yum!

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SHE SLURPS

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-HE TITTERS

-Yum-yum!

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PLOP!

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-Oh!

-HE CACKLES

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Hey!

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Can I have a biscuit?

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These biscuits?

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-Yeah!

-No, not for you.

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-What? Aww!

-For you!

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Hmm...

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BOINK!

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Ha-ha, ahem...

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Sorry, I... I want a biscuit.

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Yep, yep, all right. Goodbye-ee!

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Wrong number. Oh!

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Hello, there. I am Professor Mobile Phone.

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Aiee! I mean, Millipede.

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Aiee! I mean, Muddles,

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and welcome to my laboratory.

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Now, today, we're going to answer a very interesting scientific question.

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Which is "why is water wet?"

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Hmm, good question.

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Well, to find out, I have here a large tank of water.

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KAPLOOSH!

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Oh, dear. Yes, well, I didn't mean to do that.

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You see, which was dry, now feels rather wet

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and quite soggy. Eww!

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But the big question is, why-is-water-wet?

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Excuse me.

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PHONE RINGS Oh, hang on.

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That'll be my fobile moan.

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Aiee! I mean my mobile phone ringing again.

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Oh, dear. Yes. Hello? Professor...

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Oh, sorry about that.

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Where is it? Ah, yes.

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Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Hey!

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Ah, well, that's not good, is it?

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Ahem! Let me just get the old phone.

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Hello, Professor Muddles. Mother?

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You sound like you're under water.

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Mother! I can't... Oh, dear. She's hung up.

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Well, as you can see,

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it is very important not to get certain things wet,

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or you might damage them,

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including your expensive mobile phone.

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So, once again, why-is-water-wet?

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Well, quite simply, it's to test how waterproof your mobile phone is.

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In my case, not at all.

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I'm Professor Miggles... Bleh! I mean Moggles...

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Bleh! I mean Muddles,

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and I'm now off to the mobile phone shop.

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Goodbye-ee!

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There you go, drinky.

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-Biccies.

-Ah, yes.

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-Ooh!

-Ah!

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KING FLANNEL MUMBLES

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It's silly time!

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SILLY MUSIC PLAYS

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JUNGLE DRUMS BEAT

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Oh, hello!

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Sh! QUIETER: Hello.

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Rapids Johnson here,

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in the wilderness once again and this time,

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I'm looking for the big brown hairy bear.

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Ha-ha!

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Hmm, no sign yet.

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It's quite surprising that this bear hasn't been seen more often,

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because, I tell you what, it's huge and very, very hairy,

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and it has a very distinct sound.

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Now, it sounds a bit like a...

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PRRRP!

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No, that's not quite right. It's more of a...

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PRRRP! That doesn't sound right at all.

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It's more of a growl, but anyway, let's keep our eyes peeled

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and maybe we'll see one. Ha-ha!

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Hmm, no sign yet. Don't you worry!

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I'll find this huge brown hairy bear, or my name's not Rapids, uh...

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PRRRP!

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..Johnson. Keep 'em peeled!

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PRRRP! Who said that?

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Next it's time for the sport.

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What have you got for us today, Keith?

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Haway, man! Woo-hoo!

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Keith, come on, this is a professional TV studio!

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-What are you doing, lad?

-Haway, Arthur!

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What does it look like, man? I'm spinning aroond on me chair!

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That does look interesting. I might give it a go. Here we go.

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Wahay! Whoa! Ha-ha! Tell you what...

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Woo-hoo! This is great fun, Keith!

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I'm in a right spin. Hey-hey!

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Be careful when you stand up, man.

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-You may feel a bit dizzy.

-Don't worry, Keith. I know what I'm doing.

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Actually, you're right. Oh, I don't feel too well.

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Don't try this at home, viewers. Doreen, a little help, please.

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Whoa, man, what are you doing?

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BOING! CRASH!

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CRASH!

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BOING! THUMP!

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One of the most common problems a DIY expert has to face

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is repairing a small hole in a wall.

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You need to fill such a hole with a special filler paste.

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Be careful not to get this on your fingers, as it dries very quickly.

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SQUELCH!

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Take a spatula and your filler paste.

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Using the spatula, fill the hole in the wall with your paste.

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You'll only need a tiny amount of paste to fill the hole.

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Be careful not to use too much.

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SQUELCH!

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This may take some time.

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Once the paste is dry,

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you may find you have a little sticking out from the wall.

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You want your wall to be flat, so you'll need to remove

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this extra paste carefully with the correct tools.

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Be very careful here, so as not to damage the wall further.

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CRASH! BOING!

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If you make a mistake and accidentally make your hole bigger,

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don't worry, all you need to do is use some filler to repair it.

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SQUELCH!

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And remember, filler dries very quickly.

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Be careful not to get stuck.

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It may be hard work, but you'll be proud of your efforts in the end.

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BUMP!

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Finally, the hole is filled and your wall is looking as good as new.

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Job done!

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-Hello!

-Hi, Justin!

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Hi! Knock-knock.

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Who's there?

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-Doughnut.

-Doughnut who?

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"Doughnut" ask - it's a secret! Sh!

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-Bye-bye!

-Bye, Justin!

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POSH MUSIC

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RIP!

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That's it, come along, my group.

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Now, as you can see up on the top of the hill there,

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we have what us experts call a "cy-astle."

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Now, in the olden days,

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the cy-astle would have been attacked by the soldiers using one of these.

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Now, this, of course, is a cy-annon, pronounced "cy-annon".

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The soldiers would have picked up a cy-annon ball. There's one here.

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I can handle this, I am an expert.

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SHE STRAINS

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There we are. Ooh, it's rather heavy.

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And then they would have popped the cy-annon ball

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down the by-arrel of the cy-annon, like so. Of course, I won't do that.

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I'll just pop that here. CLANG!

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Of course, this cy-annon is no longer working,

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but the soldiers, once the cy-annon was loaded,

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would have pulled this cord like this...

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BOOM!

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..and, of course, the cy-annon would have shot at the castle,

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making the walls tumble down.

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Any questions? No, I thought not.

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All right, moving on... Hurry up!

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We've got plenty to see!

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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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Storybook Stan tries and fails to read a noisy story, location reporter Gail Force gets ready for a ramble, King Flannel battles Lady Chatalot for control of the lawn, zany scientist Professor Muddles tries to find out why water is wet, newsreader Arthur Sleep and sports reporter Keith Fitt both have fun spinning on their chairs, explorer Rapids Johnson searches for the big brown hairy bear, incompetent DIY enthusiast DIY Dan tries to fix a hole in his wall and so-called antiques expert Ann Teak shows off an antique cannon, with disastrous results.

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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