Roly Poly Ravioli Grandpa In My Pocket


Roly Poly Ravioli

Children's comedy about a grandpa who can magically shrink. The circus has come to Sunnysands and Elsie is very excited.


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-BOTH:

-Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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CAR SCREECHES OFF

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Come down, Grandpa!

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Ha-haaa!

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-BOTH:

-Huh!

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Grandpa!

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'Today, I was playing in the meadow with...

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'guess who?'

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GRANDPA LAUGHS

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The circus is coming!

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'..Grandpa!'

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-I love the circus, Elsie.

-Look, I'm a tightrope walker.

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Steady...

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'I was SO excited!

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'The circus was coming to Sunnysands!'

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Waaaay!

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LAUGHING: That was more like a clown than a tightrope walker!

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Which reminds me, our new guest will be here any minute!

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Yes, he's a clown. Look, I can juggle, Grandpa!

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'Auntie Jules had gone to fetch a real life clown from Sunnysands.

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'He was going to stay at the Mill on the Marsh.'

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What will the new clown be like, Grandpa?

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Oh, I expect he'll be round and jolly and always falling over.

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You mean all roly-poly, like this...

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Wee-ee-ee!

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Look, Elsie, here comes Queenie!

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'Queenie is Uncle CJ's boat.

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'It's really called the Queen Of Sunnysands,

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'but it's Queenie for short.

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'And sure enough, here came Auntie Jules with a jolly, round,

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'roly-poly clown, except...

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'he wasn't jolly and round and roly-poly.

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'He was all long and thin

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'and kind of stiff.'

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Hello, Grandpa! Hello, Elsie.

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Now, I want you to meet our special guest, Mr Ravioli.

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Hello! Hello!

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-IN AN ITALIAN ACCENT:

-I am Ravioli.

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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Very good name.

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I like the name. I will use the name.

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-ITALIAN ACCENT CONTINUES:

-It's more clowny name

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with Roly Poly bit in front of Ravioli bit, yes?

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'Yes. This is the day we all met Roly Poly Ravioli!

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Roly Poly Ravioli, I hear you're in the circus.

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Not yet circus, no, but I wish for to be in circus.

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Yes, I come and I show circus my act and they will say,

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"Wonderful clown, you come and be clown here with us, si?"

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Erm, let me take this to your room, Mr Ravioli.

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Ah, so you want to audition for the circus to see

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if they will take you on?

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I've got an idea, why don't you show us your act

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-and you can practise on us?

-Yes, yes, yes!

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OK.

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Me think first, me think.

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'And while he was thinking we heard...'

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Coo-eee! >

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-Oh, no...

-It's only me!

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Come along, Grandpa!

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We're going into Sunnysands to buy you some shoes, remember?

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

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Oh, this must be our new clowny guest.

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It's Roly Poly Ravioli.

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He doesn't look very roly-poly to me. What clowny things do you do?

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I do this clowny thing.

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And this clowny thing.

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It's good for clown, yes?

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I don't think so. I do much more clowny things than that.

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Now, let me see...

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Woo-oop! Oh-oh-oh-oh!

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E-hem. Let me take you to your room, Mr Ravioli.

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'Now, Great Aunt Loretta had ordered a taxi

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'to take Grandpa to Sunnysands.

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-TAXI HOOTS HORN

-'He HAD to go.'

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I think Roly Poly's going to need your help with his clowning, Elsie.

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I've got my phone,

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ring me and let me know what's happening.

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And I think I'll take HER with me,

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just in case I have to come back in a hurry.

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-Come on, don't dilly-dally, Grandpa!

-OK.

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'So off went Grandpa with Great Aunt Loretta,

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'and Roly Poly was soon having tea on the balcony.'

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There we are, Miss Smiley's BEST chocolate cake.

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Cake help me think of clowny things, yes?

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-'But just then, they heard...'

-HORN HONKS

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Ah-ha, here comes someone who's very good at clowny things.

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You'll love meeting him.

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'It was Mr Whoops!

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'Mr Whoops is called Mr Whoops

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'cos he's always having little accidents.'

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-Oooh, whoops!

-HE LAUGHS

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-Mr Whoops!

-Elsie-eeeeee! Oh-oh-oh!

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Let me introduce you to Mr Roly Poly Ravioli!

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Oh, I can't wait to meet a real clown!

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Mr Whoops was a bit dizzy.

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Oh, let me...whoops!

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Oh, how can I be so clumsy?!

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Now, THAT is a proper clowny thing.

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I try. I try!

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One, two, three, go...

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Ahhhh....

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ALL SIGH DISAPPOINTEDLY

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It is no good. No good. I am hopeless clown.

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You, Mr Whoops, you go and join circus, you do proper clowny things.

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Me, no...hopeless.

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I go pack my things.

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'And poor Roly Poly went to his room.'

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I did it by accident.

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I know you did, Mr Whoops.

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I've put him off being a clown for life!

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-I'm sure you haven't.

-I think I'll just go back to my toy shop.

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-Careful!

-Whoop! Ohhh!

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'It was definitely time for me to phone Grandpa.

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'He'd just arrived in Miss Smiley's cafe.'

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Now, you sit there, Grandpa, and don't you go wandering off.

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Goodness knows what you've got in all those bags.

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-I won't be a moment. I'm just going to the...

-MOUTHS:

-Toilet.

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-PHONE RINGS

-'Great Aunt Loretta

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never says the word toilet

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'out loud cos she thinks it's rude.'

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Hello, Elsie? What news?

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He's leaving! He says he'll never be a proper clown.

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-He's so sad, Grandpa!

-Well, we can't have that.

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I better come back straight away and you know what that means.

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Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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'And up he got and without anyone seeing him,

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'he put on his shrinking cap.

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'You know what happens when Grandpa shrinks,

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'he can run about all over the place.

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'And his magic can make things go like Josh's helicopter.

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'But today he was going to get on my Mrs Ostrich to fly back home.'

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Now for some of Miss Smiley's chocolate cake... Grandpa?

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Oh, he is impossible. Did you see him go?

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I expect he's gone to Mr Whoops' shop. He loves it there.

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Would you look after my stuff while I just run and look for him.

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Grandpa!

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'Back at the Mill on the Marsh, THIS was happening...

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Don't leave us, Roly Poly.

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I must go, I am hopeless clown. Never join circus, never.

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Not funny, not roly-poly...

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too scared.

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Me go work in...

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-insurance company.

-Huh!

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'I was watching for Grandpa to arrive and luckily,

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'just as Roly Poly was about to leave, this happened...'

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Whoa! What is funny bird? Whoa! Who-oa!

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-'And Roly Poly did a roly-poly!'

-GRANDPA LAUGHS

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Well done, Roly Poly!

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I did clowny thing! I did roly-poly!

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-Do it again!

-Whoa! Whoa...!

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'And with Grandpa's help, he did it again.'

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Brilliant!

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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You're SO clowny!

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Whoa!

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You've done it, Grandpa. Keep going, I'm coming down!

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Ha-ha, ho-ho!

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Whoa! Whoa...!

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Haa-haa!

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R-roly Poly Ravioli, ha-ha!

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Roly Poly!

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Roly Poly Rr-ravioli!

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GRANDPA CHUCKLES

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You're doing brilliant clowny things Roly Poly.

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'At last, Grandpa's work was done.'

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Ho-ho-ho-ho...

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'Grandpa flew into the cafe, took off his shrinking cap,

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'and came back to his normal size.'

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Oh, I've been looking everywhere for you, Grandpa!

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I can't leave you for a second but you go wandering off.

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Just stretching my legs.

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Come along, we're late.

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SHE TUTS

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'Later, when Great Aunt Loretta and Grandpa got home,

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'Roly Poly could not STOP roly-polying.'

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-Roly Poly Ravioli!

-ALL LAUGH

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-Marvellous! Do some more.

-More?

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Well done, Grandpa.

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-I couldn't have done it without you.

-I know.

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-It was teamwork.

-Teamwork.

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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-Wonderful!

-He's a real clown!

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Yes! Me, real clown now. Funny bird taught me roly-poly ting.

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Funny bird? What does he mean?

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Maybe he means you, Loretta?

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You did a tumble this morning that was very funny, remember?

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Come to think of it, I expect you're right, Grandpa.

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I probably did teach him all he knows.

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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I got you some little things in Sunnysands...

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For me? Oh, very kind!

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Shoes...a wig!

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-And...

-A red nose.

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Well, now you can act like a clown, you have to dress like one too.

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Yes...I might be able to do clowny things,

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but I don't dress like a clown.

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What?!

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Let me help you inside with your things.

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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-He-hey!

-Roly Poly Ravioli!

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Roly Poly Ravioli!

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Roly Poly...

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Teamwork.

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The circus has come to Sunnysands and Elsie is very excited. Her enthusiasm grows when a would-be clown called Ravioli arrives at the Mill, hoping to audition for the circus. The problem is, he doesn't know how to be funny. The family try to help, especially Great Aunt Loretta, but nothing works.

Then Mr Whoops turns up and soon has everyone laughing as he falls over. Ravioli tries to copy Mr Whoops but fails miserably and goes to his room to pack. Elsie calls Grandpa, who is out shopping with Loretta, and he promises to help.

On goes the shrinking cap! Grandpa flies home on Mrs Ostrich and swoops over Ravioli's head. Ravioli ducks and dives about so much he ends up doing roly poly somersaults. At last! He can do clowny things. Roly Poly Ravioli rushes off to join the circus.


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