Getting Aunt Loretta Better Grandpa In My Pocket


Getting Aunt Loretta Better

Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap. Great Aunt Loretta feels ill and it looks like she will not make it to her concert.


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Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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Grandpa!

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TYRES SCREECH

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No! Be careful!

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Grandpa, stop!

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Wo-o-o-oah!

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CRASH!

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Grandpa in my pocket.

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Wahey! Time to go!

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'Mum was taking me and Grandpa to the beach for the day.

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'But just as we were about to leave, the doorbell rang.'

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Thank goodness you're here!

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'It was Great Aunt Loretta, Grandpa's sister.'

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Ooh, I feel so sick.

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-Oh dear.

-Ooh, my tummy. Ow! Ow!

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'Great Aunt Loretta cooks very odd food.

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'She's always drinking spinach and sprout shake.

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'Grandpa calls it green gloop.'

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You've had too much green gloop.

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Green gloop, I'll have you know, does not give you tummy ache.

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It gives you muscles... Ooh! Ow!

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Loretta. Oh, you're not well.

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Don't worry, we'll look after you.

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'Grandpa was disappointed.

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'We weren't going to the beach after all.

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'Instead, we were going to spend the day...'

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And tonight, I WAS going to a concert to see my favourite singer

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in the whole wide world.

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Look, here's my ticket.

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Rick...the Rocking Raver.

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I've always loved his singing. It's music to my ears.

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# You're the sugar Su-u-ugar

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# The sugar in my tea... #

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Ooh...

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I've got his CD, too.

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Ooh, look! Ooh hoo-hoo!

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And now, because I'm so poorly, I won't be able to go...

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Oh dear. I'll get something to settle your tummy, Loretta.

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I've got to go to the...(toilet).

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'Great Aunt Loretta won't say

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'the word "toilet" out loud because she thinks it's rude.'

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There's only one thing for it, Jason.

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If we want to go to the beach and she wants to see Rick the Rocking Raver

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then we've got to take her mind off her tummy ache.

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Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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'You know when Grandpa shrinks, he gets up to lots of magical things.'

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Get down, Grandpa!

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Not the plane, Grandpa.

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'He can fly off in my plane.'

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'Or he can just run for all he's worth.'

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-HE GASPS

-Grandpa!

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Get down, Grandpa!

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Ble-luh-le-luh!

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Grandpa, come back!

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'I'm the only one who knows Grandpa shrinks.

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'When he's missing, everyone thinks he's gone for a lie-down.

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'Just then, Great Aunt Loretta came back.'

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Grandpa, hide!

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'And Grandpa hid...

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'in Great Aunt Loretta's handbag.'

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Oh, Grandpa's gone for a lie-down.

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He's no help, is he?

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Ble-luh-le-luh!

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(Get down!)

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-Ooh...

-Here we are, Loretta.

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-Drink this, it'll help your tummy ache.

-Oh!

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-I'll see if I can find some soup for lunch.

-Ohh...

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'I thought I should get her to drink her medicine. But...'

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No, take it away. I won't touch it!

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Ooh...

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Take my shoes off, Jason, please.

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'This was the last thing anyone would want to do. Pooh!

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'Grandpa found it very funny.'

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Ooh, and the socks, too.

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'It was all very well for Grandpa.

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'Now it was my turn to laugh.'

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Don't you laugh. I don't see what's funny, Jason Mason. (Ow).

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-You'll feel better if you drink this. Promise.

-Oohhh!

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Drink me.

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Did that medicine just speak, Jason Mason?

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No! Of course not.

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Drink me quick, you won't be sick, then you can go and sing with Rick.

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Ooh, I'm hearing voices.

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I'm not at all well! I'm imagining that medicine's speaking to me!

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Julie, help! Ow! Ooh!

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Ow! Ow! Ooh!

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Well, that didn't work.

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We need a different plan, Jason.

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I think we should try soothing her.

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Can you get the peas, please, Jason?

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'Great Aunt Loretta always trips over things and hurts her toe.

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'We have frozen peas in the freezer especially for these moments.'

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-You'll feel better in the fresh air. I'll get back to the soup.

-Ohh.

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'I had no idea what Grandpa's soothing plan would be.

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'He couldn't get to the garden through the kitchen. Mum was there.

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'Grandpa found another way.

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'Grandpa flew right out my bedroom window and landed in the tree.

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'I wondered how he planned to soothe Great Aunt Loretta.

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'I soon found out...'

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Tweet tweet tweet.

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'He was being a tweeting bird.'

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-Tweet tweet...

-Oh, shush!

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-That's all I need - a tweeting bird.

-Tweet tweet...

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-Tweet tweet tweet...

-Oh, hush, you!

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I want some peace and quiet.

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Your plane's up in the tree, Jason.

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I suppose that tweeting bird flew it up there.

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'Little did she know she was absolutely right.'

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Tweet tweet tweet.

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'But the tweeting bird was about to go too far.'

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You are giving me a headache!

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No, please!

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Come out of there and stop tweeting!

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'As Great Aunt Loretta tried to get Grandpa out of the back of the box,

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'I pulled him out of the front.'

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(Run!)

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There's no tweeting bird in there!

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Ooh, I'm so poorly.

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First I think the medicine's speaking to me,

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then I imagine there's a tweeting bird in the box. Julie, help!

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Oh, Jason, we're not doing very well, are we?

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-No, Grandpa.

-We need another plan.

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-I know, I'll pretend to be Rick the Rocking Raver.

-How?

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You take me in and put me behind the radio,

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then stand by with Rick the Rocking Raver's CD.

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Ohh-h-h...

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Ohh-h-h.

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'So I put Grandpa behind the radio. Now we had to try our next plan.'

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I so wanted to go to Rick's concert.

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I know, why don't I turn the radio on? That'll cheer you up.

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'I pretended to turn the radio on,

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'and now it was Grandpa's turn to pretend.'

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GRANDPA IN IRISH ACCENT: My special guest today

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is the very one, the very only, Rick the Rocking Raver.

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GRANDPA IN DEEP HUSKY VOICE: Hi. I'm Rick, I'm rocking and I'm raving.

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It's him! It's Rick!

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So it is! That should cheer you up, Loretta.

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I'll do the soup.

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Is there a Great Aunt Loretta listening?

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Because if there is, I got a message for you.

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There is! There is! It's me!

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My message is that I hope you're feeling tons better

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and that you'll make my concert tonight.

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Honey pie.

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Ooh! I am. I'm feeling much better!

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Hoo-hoo! He called me honey pie!

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And here's a little song just for you.

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'That was the moment to put the CD on without her seeing me.'

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-# You're the sugar

-Su-u-ugar

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# The sugar in my tea

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-# You're the icing

-Icing

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# The icing on my cake

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-# You're the sunli-i-ight

-Sunlight

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-# The shimmers on the sea

-Ooo-ooh

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# You're the strawberry The strawberry in my shake

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# Shake shakedy-shake!

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# Whenever we're together

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-# Whatever the weather

-Ahh-ahh-ahh

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# Every day's a fun day

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# You're the cherry on top Of my ice-cream sundae

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# Yoo-oo-oo-ou

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# Yes yoo-oo-oo-ou... #

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He's singing it for me! Ooh hoo!

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Ooh, Jason Mason.

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You must've phoned the radio station, told them I was poorly.

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You're such a lovely boy!

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Ooh-h-h!

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I've got to get to that concert. Come on, gimme me socks!

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-# You're the honey

-Honey

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# The honey on my toast

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# On my toast!

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-# You're the apple

-Apple

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# The apple in my pie

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# You're the gravy-y-y

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# Gravy!

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# The gravy on my roast

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# You're the stars that twinkle In the sky-y-y

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# Ya-ya-ya-ya-yah

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LORETTA SINGS ALONG OUT OF TUNE: # The stars that twinkle in the sky

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# Yeah. #

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Thank goodness that's over.

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'Our plan had worked.

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'Grandpa jumped off the shelf,

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'took his shrinking cap off and was soon back to normal size.'

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We did it, Jason. We took her mind off her tummy ache.

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-Yes, Grandpa.

-Teamwork, eh?

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Teamwork!

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Your soup, Loretta. Oh. Where's she gone?

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We got her better.

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'So Great Aunt Loretta went to her concert and we went to the beach.'

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-IN DEEP VOICE: Hi, I'm Rick, and I'm rocking and I'm raving.

-Goodness.

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That's exactly what he said on the radio. It could've been you.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Comedy drama featuring a grandpa with a magical shrinking cap that only his grandson Jason knows about. Great Aunt Loretta feels ill and it looks like she will not make it to Rick the Rocking Raver's concert. Determined to get her out of the house, Grandpa shrinks and embarks on a series of surprising cures.


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