Episode 6 Gigglebiz


Episode 6

Comedy sketch show for younger viewers. DIY Dan demonstrates how to liven up a boring front door, and gardener Will Barrow has trouble with a worm while trying to eat his lunch.


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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, Gail Force,

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Ann Teak,

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the Berito Brothers,

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Captain Adorable,

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and now, here's Arthur Sleep.

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Ahem, hello, there, I'm Arthur Sleep,

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and here's the news.

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PANTING Now, Doreen's dog, Ralph,

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is loose in the studio.

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GROWLING Hey, hey!

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Doreen! You're dog's got me trousers!

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Let go, Ralph! Good boy, let go.

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Nice doggie! That's it!

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It's all right, Doreen, he's just playing. Come on, Ralph.

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That's it, good boy. There we are, now, calm down.

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It's all right, Doreen, panic over.

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I've just tied his lead to my chair,

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so you're not going anywhere, young man.

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Where was I? BARKING

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Ralph, what you doing? Doreen?

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Doreen, get over here and control your dog.

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PHONE RINGS What you doing?!

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Oh, no. Bit busy at the moment.

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I'll call you back.

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And now this!

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Doreen!

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Hello, there, I'm Gail Force,

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reporting live from a very exciting rugby match - hooray!

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Now, I'm going to interview the legendary linesman

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and very keen stamp collector, Fred Flag.

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Fred? Hello? Oh, he's gone.

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He's very fast.

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Fred! Oh, hello, it's Gail Force from the television.

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Fred, thank you for giving up your time.

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I'm a bit busy at the moment.

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Fred, I was just wondering... Oh, he-he.

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-What's your favourite stamp in your stamp collection?

-What?!

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Look, I don't bring my stamps to work.

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Don't worry, we did for you.

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There we are, Fred, it's over here.

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There we are. Here it is.

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Which one's your favourite?

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It's a little hard to say, really.

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-They're all so precious,

-Yes, I'm sure.

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Can we put them away? I'd hate them to get ruined.

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Don't worry, they're in safe hands.

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Whoa! That was close, wasn't it?

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Don't worry, I caught it.

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Here we are, Duncan. Urgh!

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There we are. Now, what was I saying?

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Yes, which one's your favourite?

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-Hang on.

-Fred, wait!

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I was just wondering what's your favourite...

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Wah! Don't worry!

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-My stamps!

-I'm sure they're OK.

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Oh, don't stamp on them!

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Is this your favourite one?

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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CRASH!

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Have you ever thought your front door was looking rather plain,

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even a little boring?

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Never fear, the DIY expert can always liven up a front door.

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First, how about putting the number of your house on your front door?

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As you can see, this is house number nine.

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Just attach your number firmly.

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RATTLING

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WHOOP!

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BOING!

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BOING!

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Er, perhaps it would be better as house number six.

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One of the best ways to cheer up a plain front door

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is by hanging a basket of flowers next to it.

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First, carefully fill your hanging basket with some colourful flowers.

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WHEE!

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Other way up.

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DOING!

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Now your beautiful flower is ready and your front door looks great!

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Job done!

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CRASH! DOINK!

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CRUNCH

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Whoa!

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WORM CHIRRUPS

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Oh, hello, there! Ahem, knock-knock.

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-Who's there?

-Isabelle.

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Isabelle who?

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"Isabelle" not working?

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-Bye!

-Bye, Justin!

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Ho-ho! What a great read.

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Oh, hello, bookworms! Hello!

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Storybook Stan, here.

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I've got a real treat for you today, because today's story is all about...

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Well, this isn't the right book! Silly me!

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I'll just get it, OK.

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Now, today, it's a real belter, this story...

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Hang on a minute, that's the wrong one, as well!

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Where is my head today? I don't know!

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Let's have a look, shall we? It's not that one, or that one...

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Excuse me, I've got so many books around here!

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Well, it's none of those! Oh, dear!

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I'll be right with you.

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It's none of those, either!

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What's going on today?

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Let me have a look. A-ha!

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Oh, no, it's none of those.

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Ah, look at that! Here it is.

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I just... Oh, I think we're out of time.

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Oh, dear!

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Well, I'll see you next time, bookworms.

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It's Silly Time!

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SILLY MUSIC PLAYS

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HONK!

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CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYS

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SHE MAKES BIRD NOISES

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La-ooo!

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Oh, it seems to be asleep.

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Hmm. Oh, I say!

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What a stunning piece!

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-Excuse me?

-Oh, your necklace!

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It's simply st-yunning!

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Oh, thank you. It's actually a family heirloom.

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Really? Make I take a cl-yoser look?

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Well, of course, but please be careful.

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Of course I will. I am an expert, you know.

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Now, let's see, shall we?

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Ah, yes. Oh, it's quite tough, isn't it?

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-I'll just give that a pull.

-BOING!

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There we go! Wonderful!

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What a lovely piece of antique jewellery.

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The important thing is when you're looking after jewellery like this,

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-is to look after the py-earls.

-BOING!

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My pearls!

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Look, they're bouncing around like shiny little marbles.

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I think you better pick them up before you fall over. Moving on...

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And now it's time for your giggles!

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-Why do cows wear bells?

-I don't know!

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Because their horns don't work.

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LAUGHTER

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SQUEAKING

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MUNCHING

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Whoa!

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CLAPPING

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CIRCUS MUSIC

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HE GRUNTS

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Wha... I...

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GRUMBLING

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Ha-ha!

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Uh?

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GRUNTING

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Uh! Oh-oh-oh-oh! Oh...

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-Hey!

-Oh, yeah.

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DRUMROLL

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Ha-hey! Ha-ha!

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Whoa! Whoa-oa-oa-oa!

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Oh, ha! Ya!

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Hey!

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FANFARE

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Ho-ho! A-ha!

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Uh? Go... Oh!

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Huh?

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-WHEE!

-Whoa!

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WAH-WAH-WAH!

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Huh?!

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Uh! Oh!

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Oh! Huh!

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Ahem.

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Whoa!

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-Mmmm!

-BOING! BOING! BOING!

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Eee! Yum-yum!

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Grapefruit, please, QT.

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ZAP!

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It works! We've fixed it!

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Step on the pad, please, QT.

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ZAP!

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And it works for humans, too!

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ZAP!

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Brushy, brushy, brushy! Rinse, rinse, rinse!

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Hang on a minute, wasn't I in the bathroom?

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Not any more, Captain.

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-We fixed the C3 transporter.

-Ah-ha!

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Yes, I can see. The old C3 transporter, eh?

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ZAP!

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Now, what does this do?

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ZAP!

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Whoa! Bottom, have you lost weight?

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That's a hat stand, Captain.

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I'm over here, you've been transported.

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Ah, yes, of course.

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Probably best not to tinker with that, Captain.

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It's only just been fixed.

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In fact, what about a nice cup of tea instead?

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Ah, that's a good idea, Bottom.

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ZAP!

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ZAP!

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Uh, over here, Bottom!

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ZAP!

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Over here, Bottom!

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Perhaps if the captain didn't keep fiddling with the controller...

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ZAP! Well, I hardly think it's me.

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There must be something wrong with it.

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Luckily, superheroes are trained in these kind of things.

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Let's see, now... ZAP!

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Hmm... Odd.

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Ah, let's try this.

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ZAP! BOING!

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Wh..!

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Well, it's not working at all now.

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Ah, perhaps I need to switch to this.

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It's no good!

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May I make a suggestion, Captain?

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No time, Bottom.

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ZAP!

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Oh, we're going to have to put this on the "jobs to do" list.

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ZAP!

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This is the captain. All is well.

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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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Incompetent DIY enthusiast DIY Dan demonstrates how to liven up a boring front door, gardener Will Barrow has trouble with a worm while trying to eat his lunch, bossy antiques expert Ann Teak examines a rare pearl necklace, there are more terrible jokes from newsreader Arthur Sleep, location reporter Gail Force interviews a stamp-collecting linesman during a rugby match, the Berrito Brothers - a troupe of acrobats who have fallen on hard times - show off their daredevil bicycling skills, lovable old storyteller Storybook Stan can't seem to find the right book to read, and Captain Adorable causes all sorts of trouble with a teleporting transporter device on his spacecraft.

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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