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Not the Shrinking Cap, Grandpa!
Catch me if you can!
No! Be careful!
'The thing about Grandpa is that he's always fun.
'We play lots of games.'
-Aww, you won again!
-Ha, ha, ha! I certainly did!
'We read Captain Dumbletwit stories.'
...Sprung out of the side of the spaceship!
'We share our ice cream.'
'We suck up our spaghetti.
'And Grandpa is always like this...
'Well, not quite always.
'Because today, he was like this...'
'Mum, Dad and my sister Jemima were away at a bike fair.
'And we were being looked after...
'by...Great Aunt Loretta,
'which meant we had to eat her weird meals...
-'..and drink her green gloop.'
Pardon me to be so rude, it was not me, it was my food!
Oh, I see! So you're gonna waste my sausage with sardine sauce
-and marmalade mash, are you?
Beowulf will eat it. BEOWULF BARKS
I didn't cook it for Beowulf! Smelly, scraggy little mutt.
He's nothing but bother, that dog. Beowulf the Bothersome.
'Little did we know that today
'Beowulf the Bothersome was going to turn into...'
Come on, let's get out of here.
If I could get about more easily,
I'd go and hide in the bike shop to get away from her.
'Mum and Dad run the bike shop in our town.
'It's called the Sunnysands Lend It, Mend It And Vend It shop,
'because they lend, mend and sell bikes.'
Mr Liker Biker was looking after the shop while they were away.
Now, Mr Liker Biker is called Mr Liker Biker because he says...
Ooh! I like a bike with silver trim!
Ooh! I like a bell with a tuneful tinkle!
I like a helmet with sparkly stars on it!
Mr Liker Biker likes the gear more than he likes cycling.
So there's nothing that he enjoys more
than looking after the bike shop.
Least I can have some fun with Mr Liker Biker.
You can have some fun with ME. Come on, out of that chair.
We are going to do some exercises.
-You are so lazy.
-Look at this dreadful old thing.
-You never wear it. I'm taking it to the charity shop.
-No, you're not!
-Oh, yes, I am.
-You give that to me!
Thank you, Wulfie.
Ooh! I've had enough. He could've had my hand off.
That's it. He stays in the kitchen!
Any more bother from you and I'm taking you to the dogs' home.
-The dogs' home?!
-Don't you worry, Jason. I've had enough of this.
I'll tell you what - I'm going to make her love Wulfie...by using this.
Not the Shrinking Cap, Grandpa!
Catch me if you can!
Grandpa, get down!
Argh! Stop this little car, Jason!
-I'm really sorry.
'Great Aunt Loretta thinks my car runs on batteries
'and I'M the one who sets it off,
'when, actually, it's Grandpa's magic that makes it go.'
'The car was empty. I had no idea where Grandpa was,
'or what he was planning.'
Oh, Grandpa's gone for a bit of a lie-down, has he?
Anything to get out of doing his exercises!
Oh! It's that dog again! He's up to something.
'I thought it was likely to be GRANDPA who was up to something.'
Why did you spill the green gloop?
So Wulfie would lick it up and Loretta would love him.
-'But she was absolutely NOT going to love Wulfie.'
That dog's been on the table, after my gloop! Shoo!
'Grandpa's first plan hadn't worked. Beowulf was in big trouble.'
ARGH!!! Ooh, ooh!
-Don't worry, Great Aunt Loretta, I'm here.
-Ooh! Ooh, me toe.
I better sit down.
'In fact, we were ALL in big trouble.'
Ooh, oww! Me toe, me toe!
Fetch the frozen peas, Jason.
'Great Aunt Loretta is always hurting her toe.
'And we have a pack of peas in the freezer that we always put on it.'
Let Wulfie take them into her, then she'll love him.
Go, Wulfie, go.
-'The bag had split and there were peas all over the floor.'
Oh! This is the limit!
'Grandpa needed another plan, and fast. He ran in and hid
'behind the sofa, just as Loretta switched on the vacuum cleaner.'
You're a very bad dog, d'you hear?
When I've dealt with these peas, I'll deal with you!
'Now I was really worried. There was no escape for Grandpa.'
Oh, now something's got stuck in it.
'Yes, something was definitely stuck in it...
'and that something was Grandpa.'
Right, the vacuum cleaner is broken and it's all Beowulf's fault.
-I am taking him to the dogs' home.
-But, Great Aunt Loretta...
I am taking him to the dogs' home just as soon as I've been to the...
'Loretta won't say "toilet" out loud - she thinks it's rude.'
Your plan hasn't worked, Grandpa.
Oh, we'll think of something.
I'm stuck. The door's stuck!
Help! Help! It's jammed.
Don't panic, Great Aunt Loretta.
I am panicking! I'm going to climb out the window.
I'll be out in a minute!
Up she goes. And out I go.
I'm stuck. I'm stuck in the window and it's all that dog's fault!
'OK, so the bad news was that Great Aunt Loretta
'was stuck in the toilet window.
'The worse news was that Grandpa was stuck in the vacuum cleaner.
'But I had an idea for getting him out.'
'If your mum and dad own a bike shop,
'there's always a bicycle pump around.
'So I pumped away down the tube and suddenly...'
'Grandpa was free!'
'But what to do about Great Aunt Loretta?
-'Sure enough, Grandpa had an idea.'
Go and get help. Go and fetch Mr Liker Biker.
So Beowulf ran all the way to the bike shop.
And he barked and barked at Mr Liker Biker
until, at last, Mr Liker Biker said...
Oh, you want me to come.
-Oh, right. Hang on.
So Mr Liker Biker set off at breakneck speed
with Beowulf on the bike.
BICYCLE BELL RINGS
Oh, ho-ho, ho. Woo! Never fear,
Liker Biker's here!
Ooh, I do like a damsel in distress.
'Mr Liker Biker got the window up and rescued Great Aunt Loretta.'
Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. Ooh, thank you.
Oh, thank you so much.
It's not ME you have to thank - it's Beowulf.
-He's the one who came to find me. He's a brilliant dog.
-Oh, he is,
he is. He is Beowulf the Brilliant.
Take your cap off. Quick, Grandpa!
'Grandpa whipped off his Shrinking Cap
'and came back to normal size.'
Did we do it, Jason? Did we get Great Aunt Loretta to love Wulfie?
-Ha, ha, ha! Teamwork, eh?
Ooh, he's such a lovely boy. Hoo, hoo, hoo!
I unblocked the cleaner, but sorry about all the mess.
Oh, what's a bit of mess between friends, eh? Ha, ha, ha!
Ooh, such a lovely boy!
What's that on your shoulder, Grandpa?
It's only a bit of fluff.
Bit of fluff, eh? Oh, ho! Where've you been? In the vacuum cleaner?
That's a good one.
Subtitles by Sean Welsh Red Bee Media Ltd
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