Zooper Dooper Justin's House


Zooper Dooper

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. When the heating at the Justin Town Zoo breaks down, all the animals need somewhere to stay.


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# A dustin' for Justin

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# A dustin' for Justin

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# A dustin' for Justin in... #

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CHILDREN: ..Justin's house!

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Hello, everybody.

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-CHILDREN: Hello!

-And welcome to...

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CHILDREN: ..Justin's House!

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Yes, indeed. Justin's house. Now, just give me one second.

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Perfect. Everything is tip top and tidy, don't you think?

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-CHILDREN: Yes!

-Yes.

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Now, I need to take a photo for a competition.

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-CHILDREN: Ooh...

-Yes.

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I'm entering Justin's house into Tidy House magazine's

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tidy house competition.

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I think we stand a good chance of winning, don't you?

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-CHILDREN: Yes!

-Yes! You betcha.

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I have sent Justin out on a little walk this morning

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because I don't want him making everything messy.

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So, let's take this photo. No, that's not right.

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There? No.

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Ah! Perfect. Now, house, say "chee-eese".

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Oh!

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Hi, everyone!

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CHILDREN: Hi!

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# Wiggle your bottoms

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# Sit down and grin!

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ALL: # It's Ja-ja-ja # Ja-ja-ja-ja... #

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CHILDREN: Justin!

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Yay! Are you having a good time?

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CHILDREN: Yes!

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Oh, my goodness me. Wow. Robert! Hang on a minute.

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What's all this mess doing here? Was it you?

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Was it me?

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CHILDREN: No!

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No.

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-Did I make this mess?

-CHILDREN: Yes!

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-I'm sorry, but what were you up to?

-I was trying to take a photo

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of our tidy house for a tidy house competition.

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Sir, this flower arrangement took me four days, sir,

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and everything's ruined.

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Four days?! Oh, dear. We better cheer Robert up.

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-Shall we sing a song?

-CHILDREN: Yes!

-OK.

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Robert, would you like to sing a song with our friends?

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-All right, then, done.

-Ha-ha. Fire up the old RNP1 player, Robert.

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-Firing up, sir.

-And...hit it!

-All right, hit it, yes.

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Come on, everyone, up on your feet. Get dancing!

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CHILDREN: Justin's house!

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Justin's house!

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Justin's house!

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Let's hear you!

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-# Justin's house

-It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's house

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's house

-It's the place you want to stay in

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ALL: # Everybody's welcome here in Justin's house... #

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Yeah!

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# ..There's Robert the robot and Little Monster too

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# And someone else We think you know who!

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# He's funny and sunny Has a smile on his face

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# He's...Justin! #

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Yay!

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# ..And this is my place... #

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Come on, everyone, sing along!

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-# ..Justin's house

-It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's house

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's house

-It's the place you want to stay in

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ALL: # Everybody's welcome here in Justin's house... #

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Come on, Robert.

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# We sing here and dance here Play silly games, too

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# But it wouldn't be fun if it wasn't for you

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# You're funny and sunny Put smile on my face

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ALL: # You're brilliant, yeah

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# You really are ace... #

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Come on, everyone! Sing along!

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-# Justin's house

-It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's house

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's house

-It's the place you want to stay in

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ALL: # Everybody's welcome here in Justin's house

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# Everybody's welcome here in Justin's...

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-# Justin's House! #

-Give yourselves a big cheer.

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Well done, everybody.

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-Oh, weren't they fantastic singers?

-Yes, sir.

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Well, we're all warmed up...

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Bl-bble-bl-bble-bl-bble!

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-..and ready for the fun to begin.

-Yes, sir.

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As soon as you've been for your morning stroll. Off you go.

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-Robert, I can't. I don't want to.

-Why not?

-Ahh!

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I've got a stone in my shoe.

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Well, which shoe?

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The one with my foot in(!)

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Which foot?

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Ow!

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Just sit down, I'll have a look.

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-Agh.

-Give it here.

-Oh, thanks, Robert.

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-HE SNIFFS

-Oh!

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Bl-bble-bl-bble-bl-bble!

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-There's nothing. It's not in here, sir.

-Oh, no.

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It's, um, my other foot.

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But you were limping with this foot...

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-It doesn't matter. Give me your foot.

-I can't.

-Why not?

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-I'm using it.

-Don't be silly.

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-All right, there you go.

-Give it here.

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HE SNIFFS

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Bl-bble-bl-bble-bl-bble!

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Nothing.

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You haven't had a stone in your shoe at all, have you, sir?

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Well, there is one, isn't there, everyone?

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CHILDREN: No!

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-All right, there isn't a stone.

-But I don't understand, sir.

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-Why don't you go for a walk?

-I can't.

-Why not?

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-I haven't got my shoes on.

-Galloping grommets.

-Dearie me.

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The real reason is, Robert,

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every time I go for a walk, I have to go on my own

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and I get lonely, everyone.

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Look, Robert's always tidying the house,

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and Little Monster's so fast,

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I can't keep up with her in the park, can I?

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There she is, over there.

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I don't know. Hang on a minute.

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I've just had a brilliant idea! Ah-ha!

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What Justin's house needs is a pet!

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Yes, that's perfect, sir, because it would really fit in with...

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What?! Did you just say a p...? A p...? A p-p-pet, sir?

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-Yes.

-Looking after an animal is a big responsibility.

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-Are you sure you could cope, sir?

-Of course I can. How hard can it be?

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Well, sir, may I suggest borrowing a pet and see how you get on?

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That's a good idea but where are we going to get a pet from?

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DOORBELL

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ALL: # Who's at the door? Who's at the door?

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# Someone better answer it! #

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-Robert, get the door.

-Could you get it, please, sir?

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Of course. I'm Robert the robot and my rivets are all in a twist...

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Wait a second! That's your job.

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I know, sir. But I've got a stone in my shoe.

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-Oh, dear. Don't put any weight on it, Robert.

-No.

-Don't worry,

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I'll go and get the door. You take it easy, and... Wait a second!

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Has Robert just tricked me?

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CHILDREN: Yes!

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Ohh! All right, I'll get the door.

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-Look, everyone, it's Chip the dog!

-CHILDREN: Aww.

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-Good boy.

-Say hello to Chip, everybody.

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CHILDREN: Hello!

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Can you do a big bark, everyone, and go "woof-woof"?

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-CHILDREN: Woof-woof!

-Excellent. Would you like to see Chip dance?

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-CHILDREN: Yes!

-Come on, Chip, up you come.

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-MUSIC PLAYS

-There you go. Oh, look.

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Very good, Chip. Excellent.

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Oh, yes. Well done, Chip.

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Round you go. Oh, good boy.

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A round of applause for Chip!

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Very good!

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Robert, maybe I could have a pet like Chip?

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What do you think, everyone?

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-CHILDREN: Yes!

-Yes.

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We could go for little walks and look, Chip,

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we could go sit on the sofa together. That's it, lie down.

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There we are.

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We can read the paper together, can't we, Chip?

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There's a story here.

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It says here that the dog show in Justin Town has been cancelled!

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-Really, sir?

-Yes. The head judge is feeling ROUGH!

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-Hang on a minute, he's off.

-Say goodbye to Chip, everybody!

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ALL: Bye, Chip!

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I don't know.

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I wish I could have a dog like Chip, Robert.

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I know, sir, but why don't you read the Justin Times?

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-That always cheers you up.

-Good idea.

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-May I?

-Yes, of course you can.

-Great.

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Wey-ey!

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BOING!

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BOING!

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Let's see what's in the news, shall we?

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-Oh, yes.

-Whoo-hoo!

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I told you the Justin Times would cheer you up. What's the news?

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Well, I think I know where I can borrow a pet from.

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-Oh, yes?

-Yes, you see, it says here,

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that the Justin Town zoo has closed down for a week

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-because the heating's broken.

-Oh.

-Yes!

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So maybe I could borrow a tiny little pet to look after for a bit.

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-Zoo, what?

-Yes!

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I'll go down to the zoo straightaway and get a tiny little pet.

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But, sir, we can't have zoo animals in Justin's house.

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-Why not?

-There's the smell, for starters.

-That's true, isn't it?

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My whiffy socks do smell.

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Bl-bble-bl-bble-bl-bble!

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But don't worry, the animals will get used to the smell, yes.

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Listen, I'll be back in a minute with my new pet.

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No, sir. That's not what I was meaning!

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I mean the animals will smell, not you.

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Well, you do a bit... A lot, actually. Oh, dear.

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Why do I think this is going to get messy?

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-Robert!

-Yes, sir?

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-I'm home!

-Oh, good(!)

-With my new pet.

-Oh, bad.

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Robert, could you give me a hand?

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Take this for a minute while I get my breath back.

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Hang on, what's on the end of...?! Oh!

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CRASH!

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Oh, ooh, ow!

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-Robert!

-Sir!

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Correct me if I am wrong,

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but you appear to have been followed home by a giraffe.

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A very big giraffe...

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who likes eating flowers.

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-Yes, he does.

-Oh!

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-And trees, apparently.

-Yes.

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Oh, look, everyone!

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This is Gerald the giraffe.

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-Yes, say hello, everyone!

-CHILDREN: Hello!

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-Isn't he lovely?

-Yes, well, I suppose so.

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At least you put him in the front garden and not out back,

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-where he can munch my prize lettuces.

-Of course I didn't.

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-That's where I put the elephant.

-That's all right

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because we've got a lot of room... What?!

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You put an elephant there? Oh!

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Don't go too near him, he's ticklish.

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-He's called Mr Ticklephant.

-Right. Excuse me, Mr...

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-What's his name, again?

-Mr Ticklephant.

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Mr Ticklephant, will you stop eating my prize lettuces?

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-ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

-Yes, you!

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The one with the long grey nose! Stop eating my prize...

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CHILDREN GIGGLE

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..lettuces.

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(GASPS)

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Sir, a word? Please tell me that's not a penguin by the pond.

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-That's not a penguin by the pond.

-Oh, good.

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Yes, it's a penguin in the pond...

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CRASH!

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Oh, Little Monster, there's a penguin in the pond!

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Sit, sit! Sit!

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Now, sit don't eat the lamp posts. Stay, Gerald.

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Good, good boy. Oh! I've trained him, everyone.

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The giraffe, Gerald, is settling in nicely to Justin's house.

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Grease my grommets, sir, what have you done?

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There's a giraffe eating my flowers,

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an elephant munching me prize lettuces,

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and a penguin in the pond! This is going to get messy

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messy, messy, messy, messy, messy, messy, messy, messy...

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-Oh, thank you.

-Ohh!

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Listen, I didn't know which animal to choose from the zoo.

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They were all lovely. There were the cute... What are these, everyone?

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-Ooh-ooh-ooh.

-CHILDREN: Monkey!

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Can you be monkeys? Let's have a look?

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CHILDREN: Ooh-ooh-ooh!

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I see what you mean, they are very cute, yes.

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What waddles and eats fish, like this? Quack-quack.

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CHILDREN: Penguins!

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That's right, the cute penguins.

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Yes! And then there was a tiny little furry...

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-R-R-R-argh!

-Oh!

-Yes!

-Oh...

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There were so many animals I couldn't choose,

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so I brought them all home.

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Dot my diodes! Tell me this isn't true, sir.

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Well...

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SPLASHING

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What was that noise? Oh!

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Oh! Little Monster, what happened to you?

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You fell in the pond near the flamingos and you came out pink?

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-Sir, flamingos?!

-Yes! Isn't this exciting?

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-Justin's house should be called Justin's zoo!

-What's that, monkeys?

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-And a lion in my workshop!

-Ah, yes.

-Oh!

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LOUD ROAR

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He's got me tools as well. Sir, they have to go.

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I can't send them back, because the zoo's closed.

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-Well, all right, they can stay for tonight.

-Yay!

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But they have to go home in the morning.

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Oh, all right, Robert.

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Wait a minute, whoa, whoa, whoa. What are you doing?

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I'm having a lie down and relaxing.

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I don't think so, mister.

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We must look after these animals properly.

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-Mr Ticklephant needs a bath.

-ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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I can't bath an elephant, can I, everyone?

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CHILDREN: No!

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Robert, could you bath the elephant, please?

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If you're going to ask nicely... No! I can't bath the elephant.

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You can do it, sir. You can start on Little Monster

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-and get out all of the pink.

-All right. How hard can it be?

-Exactly.

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I'll go outside to see if there's other animals that need bathing.

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OK, leave it with me. Oh, Little Monster!

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Bath time! Let's get some water. Ha-ha-ha.

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There we are.

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Has anyone seen Little Monster? No? Let's call for her.

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After three, one, two, three.

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CHILDREN: Little Monster!

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Ah, there you are. Come on, Little Monster, let's get...

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Hang on a minute... This isn't working. Hang on, everyone,

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I'll just have a look. Won't be a minute.

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Urgh!

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Oh, Little Monster. Oh! Why don't I give it another go?

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Hang on a minute.

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This isn't working. Shall I see if it's broken?

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Urgh!

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Hang on a minute, I've got an idea. Little Monster?

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Look at that scrumdiddly-umptious cake over there.

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There you go.

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There we are, wash your hair.

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That's it. And towel you off, Little Monster.

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Come on, you! Good girl.

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Bl-bble-bl-bble-bl-bble!

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Yay!

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Well done.

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Oh! Oh, sir.

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Mr Ticklephant's doing a can-can in the vegetable patch.

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The courgettes never stood a chance.

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He's getting muddier and muddier.

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-He needs a bath now!

-ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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Little Monster's in the bath-time mood. Can you do us a favour?

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Can you go and give Mr Ticklephant a bath for us?

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Well done, Little Monster. That's my girl.

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But do remember, Little Monster,

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Mr Ticklephant is rather ticklish!

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I do hope she heard me.

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-ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

-Maybe not.

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Sir, what have I told you?

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You said something about Mr Ticklephant being,

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you know, ticklish.

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Yes, that's correct, sir, but no, this is no time for relaxing.

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Robert, it's so hard looking after all of these zoo animals.

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You were the one who decided to bring home a whole zoo to entertain.

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That's it! That's given me a really good idea.

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We can entertain the animals, can't we, everyone?

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CHILDREN: Yes!

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How about some juggling? Yes, ready? I'll do some. Here we go.

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Hup-he-hup-hup-hey-up!

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Oh-he-hup-hup...da-na!

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SPLAT!

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Hang on a minute.

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Anybody entertained? No.

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-I suggest we feed them, sir.

-Feed them?

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-But we haven't got any zoo keeper hats. We need proper hats.

-Oh, yes.

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-Dave!

-Oh, Dave. He's got some hats.

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-We can always rely on you, Dave.

-Right, Robert, what's first?

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I thought we could feed them bananas and custard, sir.

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Bananas and custard, that's fine... Wait a second!

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-Animals don't eat custard, do they, everyone?

-CHILDREN: No!

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-I'm sure those cheeky monkeys will love it, sir.

-Let's hear.

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-Do you like it, monkeys?

-MONKEYS CHATTER

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-I think that's a yes.

-All right, listen,

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I'll get the bananas, and you get the custard.

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-All right, sir.

-MONKEYS SHRIEK

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-First snag, sir - we're out of custard.

-Oh, no! What shall we do?

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Listen to the monkeys - they're getting hungrier.

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Little Monster, you saved the day.

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Can we please have that custard pie?

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-I'll take that.

-What do you mean, no? You cheeky thing. Where is she?

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She's there, sir. I'm on it.

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Come back here! Oh, too slow!

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CHILDREN SHOUT OUT

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I've got it. I've got it... No, no! Too slow.

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-Oh! Oh, over there, sir. Quickly.

-Whoa-oa...

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SPLAT!

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CHILDREN GIGGLE

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Robert, I've got her.

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I think she got you, more like, sir.

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LOUD RUMBLING

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MONKEY CHATTERS, ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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-BOTH: Food...now!

-Quick!

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I'll get some pizza. Cheese. Pineapple.

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Dear me. It's hard work, this.

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There you go.

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This cake will do.

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-Not the cake!

-What are you doing?

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-No, it's my cake.

-Robert, no!

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Agh! The lion! Oh, no, please!

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LION ROARS

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Get off! Ohh! Ohh!

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ROBERT GASPS

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-Are you all right?

-Your lion, sir,

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had your piece of cake.

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Robert, don't worry, I'll deal with the lion.

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He's only a little lion cub.

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Here kitty, kitty, kitty. I just want to... Argh!

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LION ROARS

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-Go on, sir!

-I'm all right.

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JUSTIN GASPS

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Thank you, sir. Well done.

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Robert, I didn't think it would be this hard

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looking after all these zoo animals.

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Sir, why don't we take a break? I'll put the kettle on

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-and we can have the lion's share of cake.

-Ooh, that's a good idea.

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I'll go and see if Little Monster has finished bathing Mr Ticklephant.

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-All right, sir.

-Right, erm... Little Monster?

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Have you finished bathing the elephant?

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ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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I'll take that as a no.

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I thought looking after these animals would be...

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-A piece of cake, sir?

-Thank you, Robert.

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But when can we send all of these animals back to the zoo?

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ELEPHANT TRUMPETS, LION ROARS

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It sounds like they're having too much fun, sir.

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Yes, everyone has fun in...

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ALL: ..Justin's house!

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Here's my suggestion, sir. Why don't we all sing a song

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and then ask the animals to politely leave?

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Good thinking, Robert. Right, who wants to sing a song?

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CHILDREN: Yes!

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-Robert, fire up the old RNP1 player.

-Firing up, sir.

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-And...hit it!

-Hitting it.

-Come on, everyone, let's get dancing.

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All right. Yeah! Here we go, here we go.

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# Here's a game that we can all play

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# When I sing, you sing the same way

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# Copy me and you will see

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# If you really are better than me. # OK.

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-What are we going to do first?

-Parrots.

-Parrot!

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We go caw-caw-caw. Let's hear you everyone! Caw-caw-caw

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Crocodile.

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Snap-snap-snap! Yeah!

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Snap-snap-snap.

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-Yeah!

-Very good.

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# ..Hey, talk to the animals

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# Here's a game that we can all play

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# When I sing, you sing the same way

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# Copy me and you will see

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# If you really are better than me... #

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-Are you ready?

-Yes, sir. Lions, everybody.

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ALL: R-R-Rargh!

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Elephants!

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-ALL: P-P-P-pphhh!

-And Mouse!

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-ALL: Squeak-squeak-squeak.

-Yeah!

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-Monkeys!

-ALL: Ooh-aah-ooh-aah!

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-One more time, sir.

-Lions.

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ALL: R-R-Rargh!

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Elephants!

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-ALL: P-P-P-phhhh!

-Yeah.

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-Mice!

-ALL: Squeak-squeak-squeak.

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-Monkeys!

-ALL: Ooh-ahh-ooh-ahh!

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ALL: Ahh-ooh-ooh-ahh!

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-Well done, everybody.

-Give yourselves a big cheer.

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Hurray!

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Robert, excuse me a minute, I just have to talk to the animals.

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HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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HE MAKES TARZAN CALL

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HE IMITATES A SHEEP

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HE IMITATES AN ELEPHANT

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HE IMITATES A MONKEY

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HE IMITATES A LION

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Y-Y-Y-agh...

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What did you say to them, sir?

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I asked them if they could leave Justin's house quietly

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and politely.

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STAMPEDE OF FOOTSTEPS

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ELEPHANT TRUMPETS

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Sir, it's worked. All the animals are leaving.

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I don't believe it. Oh, Robert. Peace at last. Ah!

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-What's happening?

-Gerald's taking you for a walk, sir.

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Oh, dear. We'll see you next time, everyone in...

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ALL: ..Justin's house!

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Bye, Justin.

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Justin Fletcher entertains a live audience of children with singing, dancing and comedy chaos.

When the heating at the Justin Town Zoo breaks down, all the animals need somewhere to stay for a day or two. Eager to help, Justin brings home some animals.


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