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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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