Episode 26 Gigglebiz


Episode 26

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. In this special Best of Gigglebiz episode, location reporter Gail Force causes chaos 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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Coming up, some of my Gigglebiz favourites,

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including Will Singalot,

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Professor Muddles,

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Rapids Johnson,

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Enrico Paso Doble.

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But first, over to Arthur Sleep.

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Hello there, I'm Arthur Sleep. Here's the news.

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Four tonnes of strawberries have fallen off a lorry

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on the M1 motorway.

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Police warn drivers of a serious jam.

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HE LAUGHS

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Jam! Get it?

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Because they're strawberries.

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That's a cracker, that is.

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SONG: "Greensleeves"

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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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Not today, Minstrel. I'm preparing a meal for the lovely Maid Marian.

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I'm going to ask her to marry me.

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She's bound to say yes.

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# Good Robin's plan to wed the maid

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# With something nice to eat

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# Could all go wrong if Marian smells

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# Robin's stinky feet. #

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I do not have stinky feet.

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-ALL:

-# Stinky feet, stinky feet

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# Robin's stinky feet. #

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Right, that's enough of that.

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Go away, you lot. Look, she's coming.

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Maid Marian.

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Will you dine with me?

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No, thanks.

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I've actually gone to a lot of effort.

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Oh, go on, then.

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# Good Robin's dinner plans had worked

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# His happiness complete

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# So far, so good

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# If he just could forget his stinky feet. #

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I do not have...

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That's enough.

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I just want you to be quiet. Got that?

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# Got that. #

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So, what's on the menu?

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A vase of flowers.

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HE LAUGHS

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I'm very funny, you know?

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Really?

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Ah, this is so romantic.

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-Just you and me.

-And him.

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What?

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# To woo his date, he couldn't wait

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# Good Robin's plans were neat

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# But what if Marian noticed that

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# He had those stinky feet? #

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Sh!

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Can you smell something?

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-ALL:

-# Stinky feet, stinky feet

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# It's Robin's stinky feet. #

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Oh, it's you.

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I thought so.

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I'm off.

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No!

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# And now my song is fully sung

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# My story is complete

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# Good Robin's plans all fell apart

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# Through having stinky feet

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# Oh, stinky feet, stinky feet

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# Oh, stinky, stinky feet

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# Oh, stinky feet, stinky feet

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# Good Robin's stinky feet

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# Good Robin's stinky feet! #

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That minstrel's got to go.

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-What's a duck's favourite food?

-I don't know.

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Cheese and quackers.

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THEY LAUGH

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Ooh. Ah.

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Hello there. I'm Professor Mumbles.

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Oh, I mean Moodles. Oh, I mean Muddles.

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Now, for many years, science has been trying to answer

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one very important question -

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how do we find cuddly lost toys?

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Well, my latest invention will do just that.

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Ha-ha! Behold!

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The marty... Ooh. I mean murty. Ooh. I mean murky. Eh.

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I mean Mighty Mega Magnet.

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Yes.

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I'm just going to pop this on my head like so.

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Right, let's power it up, shall we?

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There we are. I think that's on. Now let's give it a little toddy. Ooh!

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I mean tiddly. Ooh! I mean teddy test.

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Oh, there's a teddy bear here. Right.

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If I lean towards the teddy bear you can see

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it's starting to move towards me.

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Ha-ha! Closer. Closer.

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And suddenly we should have...

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Eeh!

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HE LAUGHS

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Success.

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Hang on a minute.

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Well done. You stay there, little fellow. Now that was mag...

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MUFFLED: Hang on a minute.

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Woo. As you can see, this works very well indeed.

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Eeh! Eeh! Ah-ha!

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Yes, a bit too well, it seems.

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Oh, dearie me. Let's pop you down there, shall we?

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I think I better turn this magnet off. Let me just get the button.

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Oh, hang on a minute.

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Oh, well.

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I do seem to have found most of my lost cuddly toys.

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All except one, of course.

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Poor old Bobo. Where's Bobo?

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Ah!

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Bobo!

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Oh. I think that was successful.

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That's all from me, Professor Muddles. Goodbye!

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Oh, Bobo, give me a hug.

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Oh, no!

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Now, 50 yards up there should be a quarry, and over there...

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Ah, yes the great lake. Oh! Hello.

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Rapids Johnson here, out in the wilderness having a trek.

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Now, I'm using one of these - a map. Wouldn't be without one.

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This map tells me exactly where I am and where I'm going to.

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Now, today we're looking for a very rare animal indeed -

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the elusive twinkle-toed ballerina bear.

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It's around here somewhere.

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Let's have a look.

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Now I haven't seen one all day, but according to this map,

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I believe its home must be that way.

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Ah, no, hang on a minute.

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No, maybe it's over that way.

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No, no, something's not right. Yeah, yeah, got it now.

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I think the little dancer lives over that way.

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Ah. No.

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Something's not right. Let's see.

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-Oh, oh. Thanks. DEEP VOICE:

-You're welcome.

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Oh, silly Rapids. I had the map the wrong way round.

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Right, got it now. This bear lives over that way.

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HE LAUGHS Let's go.

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

-Johnson.

-Oh, yes.

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Thank you. Nice fellow.

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HE WHISTLES

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Ah. That way.

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-Hiya.

-Hi, Justin.

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-Knock, knock.

-Who's there?

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-Watson.

-Watson who?

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-What's on TV tonight?

-Gigglebiz.

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-Oh, great! Bye.

-Bye, Justin.

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Yes, I'll have the Chicken Caesar Salad, please,

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with no anchovies.

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They repeat on me.

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Oh, excuse me. Got to go.

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

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BUZZING Not again. Doreen!

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That fly's back. Honestly, I keep telling you stop opening...

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Right, well, I think that's got it. Where was I? Oh, yes.

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Let's just fly over to Gail Force.

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LAUGHING: Fly over.

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Comedy gold.

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Yes, hello, Arthur.

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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 that have been

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buried thousands of years ago. It's amazing.

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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. Shona? Where's Shona?

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-Down here.

-Oh!

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Hello, Shona. What are you doing down there?

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Well, Gail, the first thing that we do is to dig a hole like this

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-to see what's down here.

-Oh, I see. How exciting.

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You just need the one hole, do you?

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-Oh, no. They're all over the place.

-Oh, right.

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Well, Arthur, you'll be back with me later on when we...

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GAIL SCREAMS

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Oh.

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Back to the studio. Oh, I found something. Is this treasure?

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LAUGHING

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MUTTERING

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It's silly time!

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MUSIC PLAYS

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Now is this the one I was...? Oh, yes, there it is. Oh, lovely.

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Oh, hello, bookworms. Good to see you.

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Just in time again for a wonderful story with me, Storybook Stan.

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Now, I'll be reading a very special book today.

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It's called the Russian Doll. You're going to love it.

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Sitting comfortably? Course you are.

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All right. Let's start. Now, once upon a time, there...

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Hang on a minute, what's this?

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Look, bookworms, there's another book inside.

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I don't believe it. Let's start again.

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Once upon a... No, not again.

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Yes, again. There's another book.

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This is funny, isn't it? No, it's happened again.

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I don't believe this.

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Oh, we're never going to get this one going. Once upon a...

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Look, bookworms, it's tiny. I can't read this.

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I need my magnifying glass. Won't be a minute, OK?

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Now... Where's it gone?

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I dropped it. No, don't go, wait.

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The Russian Doll's, well, they... Hang on a minute. Bookworms, bye!

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Eh, Doreen, my m...phone's...n...working..p...ly.

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Te...ing...one...four.

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..oreen...man.

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..ike...orner.

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..orking properly.

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Can't...ort..with...king!

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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MOBILE PHONE RINGS

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TELEPHONE RINGS

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HE MOUTHS

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TELEPHONE RINGS

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LAUGHTER

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HE MOUTHS

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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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In this special Best of Gigglebiz episode, newsreader Arthur Sleep tells more groan-inducing jokes, Will Singalot infuriates Robin Hood by singing about his stinky feet in front of Maid Marion, zany scientist Professor Muddles causes chaos with a super-strength magnet, explorer Rapids Johnson tries to spot the elusive ballerina bear, location reporter Gail Force causes chaos at an archaeological dig, gardener Will Barrow finds some cheeky animals hiding in his wheelbarrow, lovable old storyteller Storybook Stan tries to read a story about a Russian doll and flamboyant ballroom dancer Enrico Paso Doble gets distracted by various phone calls.

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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