The Great Big Sunnysands Cake Bake Grandpa In My Pocket


The Great Big Sunnysands Cake Bake

Children's comedy about a grandpa who can magically shrink. Mrs McWhiskit plans a cake bake. When things go wrong, Grandpa gets in the mix!


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-Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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Come down, Grandpa!

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Ha-ha!

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Grandpa!

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There are lots of fun places in Sunnysands,

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but one of the best is Miss Smiley's cafe on the pier.

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Now, today, Mrs McWhiskit had come to do some baking.

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Oh, it's so exciting having you in my cafe, Mrs McWhiskit.

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Mrs McWhiskit was a famous TV cook.

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On my television show, Mrs McWhiskit Cooks For The Country,

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I bake cakes in shapes, Miss Smiley.

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So I am going to be making Sunnysands shapes.

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Oh, lovely!

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I am going to be making a good many cakes in shapes

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because I am going to be making the whole of Sunnysands in cake.

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You mean the lighthouse? And the beach hut?

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And Mr Whoops' shop? And my cafe?

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Yes! All of that, dear. All of that.

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Oh! Everyone will be so excited to see that, Mrs McWhiskit.

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Yes, this was the day of:

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Now, I'm going to need bigger cake tins.

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And there's not nearly enough flour here, Miss Smiley,

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-for the whole of Sunnysands.

-That's no problem.

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Mr Whoops - my husband - he's going to be helping us today.

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He's on his way here right now with more flour.

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And just then, the door flew open and there he was.

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-My lovely jubbly hubby!

-Wonder wife of mine!

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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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How could I be so clumsy?!

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Would you mind passing me the bandages,

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please, Mrs McWhiskit?

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Meanwhile, back at the Mill on the Marsh,

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I was playing the Captain Dumbletwit game with Grandpa.

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Six! Extra turn! Whoopee!

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-Suddenly we heard...

-CAR HORN BEEPS

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It's Mr Whoops!

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Mr Whoops needed some big cake tins.

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Be careful, Mr Whoops.

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She's making the whole of Sunnysands out of cake, she is!

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I think she'll need more help!

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I'll come. I can help.

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Good idea, Josh. Put some of the tins in your backpack.

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I'll go and tell Grandpa.

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I can't come to the cafe today

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because I'm off to my flamenco class.

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-FLAMENCO MUSIC PLAYS

-Oh! I did wonder!

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Well, what if I come by and pick Grandpa up later?

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I'm sure he'll want to see the whole of Sunnysands in cake.

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The whole of Sunnysands in cake? Well, this I must see!

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It'll be brilliant!

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But...if Mr Whoops is involved

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in Mrs McWhiskit's Great Big Sunnysands Cake Bake,

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she's going to need all the help she can get.

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Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!

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Catch me if you can!

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When Grandpa shrinks,

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as you know, we can make all kinds of magical things happen.

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He can fly out of the window in my toy helicopter.

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He can drive around in my cousin Jason's car.

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-But today, he's going to travel in a different way.

-Josh?

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Jump, Grandpa, quick!

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Mr Whoops is waiting, Josh.

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Oh. Grandpa must have gone for a little lie-down.

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But of course, Grandpa hadn't gone for a little lie-down.

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He was in my backpack, and off we went together

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in Mr Whoops' car, to Miss Smiley's cafe.

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In the cafe, Grandpa was hiding on a shelf.

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Mrs McWhiskit had already baked quite a lot of Sunnysands in cake,

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and Mr Whoops and Miss Smiley

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were getting the table ready for the display.

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Another egg. I need another egg!

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I'm on it.

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And Mr Whoops ran to get an egg, but, yes, you've guessed...

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the egg flew towards Grandpa,

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but Grandpa pushed it away, and into the mixing bowl it went.

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Well, at least it landed in the right place.

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Grandpa quickly hid.

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Could you pass me one of those bandages, please, Mrs McWhiskit?

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How many more times, Miss Smiley?

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Mrs McWhiskit was about to see Grandpa, so he did this.

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Mrs McWhiskit picked the bandage up and threw it to Miss Smiley.

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I'll just take Mr Whoops into the kitchen to put on his bandage.

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Shall I get the eggshell out of the bowl?

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Thank you! What a smart boy.

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Grandpa was standing in a pool of eggs.

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But just then, Mrs McWhiskit put some sugar in.

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How was I going to get Grandpa out

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without Mrs McWhiskit seeing him?

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And then, in went the butter.

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I had to think of something.

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Mrs McWhiskit was about to turn on the mixer.

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Then, I had an idea.

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Oh, no!

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What? What is it now?

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I've dropped the eggshells on the floor. Don't tread on them!

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Oh, goodness, boy. There's no need to be quite so upset!

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I'm used to people having little accidents around here.

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And while Mrs McWhiskit picked up the eggshell,

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I quickly got Grandpa out of the mixer.

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He needed to hide, as Mr Whoops and Miss Smiley were coming back.

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Well, now, Mr Whoops, I think it would be better for you

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if you went and had a cup of tea with Grandpa at the Mill,

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as far away from me as possible.

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Yes, you could bring Grandpa back with you.

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I think that's a good idea!

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I don't think I've ever had so many little accidents. Whoops!

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Oh, Mr Whoops!

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This was a disaster.

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I couldn't let Mr Whoops go to the Mill to get Grandpa,

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cos Grandpa wasn't at the Mill. He was here.

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I needed an idea, and fast.

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Hey! Wait! Why don't we make some little people out of icing?

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People that live in Sunnysands.

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You're so good at making things, Mr Whoops.

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Mr Whoops really is ever so good at making things.

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Well, as long as he makes things as far away from me as possible.

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So I took Mr Whoops into the storeroom with the icing,

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and Miss Smiley came too with the bandage.

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With Mr Whoops out of the way,

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Mrs McWhiskit was able to get to work on the icing,

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and soon, the Great Big Sunnysands Cake Bake was on display.

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There. At last. A triumph!

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The whole of Sunnysands in cake.

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Oh, Mrs McWhiskit. It is wonderful.

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Now, all we need are the people.

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Just then we came out of the storeroom.

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We've got the people. Here they are!

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Goodness me. It's an Egyptian mummy.

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I went to find Grandpa as quickly as I could.

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Whoops! Oh! Oh.

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Mr Whoops arranged all the people.

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Mr Mentor...

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Aunt Loretta.

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Ooh, look. It's Grandpa!

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Miss Smiley.

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There you are.

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Oh, Mr Whoops!

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-And me!

-THEY LAUGH

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Get Miss Smiley and Mr Whoops into the kitchen.

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I want to be alone with Mrs McWhiskit.

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We can't have her being horrid to poor Mr Whoops!

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(OK.)

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Well, what do you think?

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Hmmm. They're different.

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But the cake is what's really important.

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Oh, now, I have a few finishing touches to make.

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Why don't we leave you alone to do that?

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That's a very good idea. Come along, Mr Whoops.

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And off we went to the kitchen,

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leaving Grandpa to put his plan into action.

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He jumped off the shelf...

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..then climbed up the table leg.

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Where's my piping bag?

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While Mrs McWhiskit went to get her piping bag,

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Grandpa had the model of himself and stood in its place.

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Anyone can make little people out of icing,

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even someone who keeps having little accidents.

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Oh, no, they can't!

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Who said that?

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I did.

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Mr Whoops is brilliant at making things.

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-Who else could have made such lifelike figures, eh?

-Yes!

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Certainly lifelike!

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Mr Whoops is a genius,

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and if I were you,

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I'd say sorry to him for being

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so horrid and so bossy.

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Oh...

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-Right.

-And let him know

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how grateful you are for all his help.

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Well, I am...I am!

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And I suggest you hurry before all the others come to life!

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You don't want Loretta after you, do you?

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Oh, no, I don't!

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Mr Whoops! Mr Whoops?

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Aargh!

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Oh, Mrs McWhiskit!

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Oh, dear!

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Let me help you up, Mrs McWhiskit.

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There we are. That's it.

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Thank you. Thank you.

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Now, I want to say sorry for being bossy, you know.

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And to thank you both for helping, especially you, Mr Whoops.

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Your little figures give the Sunnysands world of cake such life!

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You are very talented.

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No, you're the talented one!

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Oh, no, it's you!

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-No, you!

-No, really!

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-It's you.

-HE LAUGHS

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Wonderful. Now I'll go and get Grandpa. Come on, Josh!

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As soon as we got to the mill, I ran upstairs.

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I took Grandpa out of the backpack.

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Cap off, Grandpa! As quick as you can!

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We did it, Josh!

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We proved to Mrs McWhiskit that Mr Whoops is brilliant.

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-She won't be bossy around him any more!

-No, she won't.

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And it's all because of teamwork!

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BOTH: Teamwork!

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THEY LAUGH DOG BARKS

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Oh, you're up, Grandpa. Just as well!

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Mr Whoops is waiting to take you to see the great Sunnysands Cake Bake.

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Oh, I think I'll just stay at home, if he doesn't mind.

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I do feel rather tired.

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Oh, you miss out on all the fun!

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What's that all over your cardigan?

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Sugar? Anyone would think you'd been baking, Grandpa!

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THEY LAUGH

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BOTH: Teamwork!

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Celebrity chef Mrs McWhiskit returns to Sunnysands with plans to make the town out of cake. The great Cake Bake is happening at Miss Smiley's cafe, and it's not long before Mrs McWhiskit is bossing everyone about. Miss Smiley asks her accident-prone husband Mr Whoops to help Mrs McWhiskit. When Grandpa learns of this, he puts his Shrinking Cap on so that he can go to the cafe and help out.

As expected, Mr Whoops starts having little accidents. Grandpa tries to stop things going wrong but ends up in the cake mix by mistake. Luckily, Josh is there to create a diversion so that Grandpa can escape. Then he has a brilliant idea for keeping Mr Whoops occupied so that Mrs McWhiskit can get on with her job - by making Sunnysands figures out of icing.

At last the cake is done, but Grandpa has one more job to do. He pretends to be a model of himself and tells Mrs McWhiskit to stop being so horrid and bossy.


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