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Justin's House Hotel

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Justin's house opens its doors as a hotel.


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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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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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Well, hello, everybody.

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CHILDREN: Hello!

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And welcome to...

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CHILDREN: Justin's House!

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Yes, now, what do you think of my jacket?

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-Do you like it?

-Yes!

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Yes. I think it's rather ritzy-glitzy.

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Perfect for a special occasion. Like dusting. Look.

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HE HUMS

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-DING!

-Ooh. Look at that!

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello?

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Oh! I thought it was my duster!

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Hello. Justin's House.

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Robert, friend and servant of Justin, speaking.

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HE SQUEAKS

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-It's Justin. Say hello to Justin!

-CHILDREN: Hello!

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What can I do for you, sir?

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HE SQUEAKS

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Whoa, slow down, sir.

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You want your Justin Times, some Crunchy Munchy Flakes for breakfast,

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you want me to bring them up to your room like room service?

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All right, I suppose so.

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Everybody, can you see the Justin Times?

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ALL SHOUT

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Where? Where is it? It's over there?

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Well done, everybody.

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I'm getting it now, sir.

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STR-E-TCH!

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BOING!

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LAUGHTER

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Right, I've got the Justin Times.

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Wrong one. What is next? Crunchy Munchy Flakes.

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Can you see the Crunchy Munchy Flakes?

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Where are they?

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Well done. I'm going to have to stretch for this one.

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STR-E-TCH!

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-RIP!

-Oh! What was that? What was that?

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-What?

-ALL SHOUT

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-I've ripped my jacket?

-Yes!

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I'll call you back!

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Oh, no, I've ripped my jacket.

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I need somebody to sew it back together. I need a tailor.

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What's the number for the tailor? A stitch in time saves...

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nine!

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There we go. Right. Nine...

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Sorry about this.

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-SQUEAKS:

-Hello!

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Hello. Is that the tailor?

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I need somebody to sew my jacket back together. Can you send someone?

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HE SQUEAKS

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Oh, brilliant. Thank you so much.

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Bye.

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-SQUEAKS:

-Love you.

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I feel very strongly about you, too.

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Now, paper. Um...

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Crunchy Munchy Flakes.

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There we are.

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And room service.

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Room service.

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Room service...

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Room service!

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Sir?

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Sir, where are you? I've brought your breakfast. It's room service.

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Oh!

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Oh, hey, hi, everyone!

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# Wiggle your bottom

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# Make that grin

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# It's J-J-J, J-J-J-J

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# J-J-J-J-J!

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-# Justin! #

-Yay!

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-You've crunched the Crunchy Munchy Flakes into the floor.

-I'm sorry.

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Wow, look at that. Ritzy-glitzy jacket. That's cool.

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-It is a little ritzy-glitzy. It's perfect for...

-Singing!

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-Come on, fire up the old RMP1 player.

-Firing up, sir.

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-And...hit it.

-Hitting it.

-Yes!

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Come on, everyone. Up on your feet.

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Let's dance! All right.

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-Sir, you're crunching the flakes!

-I am!

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Oh, now I'm doing it! Oh, dear.

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Here we go!

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# Justin's House

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-# It's a place you want to play

-It's Justin's House... #

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-# You're my special guests today

-Justin's House

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# It's the place you want to stay in

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# 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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As loud as you can! Here we go!

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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

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# It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome here in Justin's House! #

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Yeah!

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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 a smile on my face... #

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You're brilliant!

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# You really are great! #

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Come on, everyone, last time!

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay 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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# 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! #

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Hey! Give yourselves a big cheer. That was song-tastic!

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-Brilliant. Weren't they brilliant?

-They certainly were song-tastic.

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Whoo! So song-tastic I'm a little bit warm.

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Oh, why don't you take your new ritzy-glitzy jacket off?

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-Good idea. Will you help me?

-I'll get that off.

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Wait, what are you doing? Wait, whoa!

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-I'M wearing the jacket.

-Why are YOU wearing it? Take it off.

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All right, OK.

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I don't want to get more rips in it before the tailor gets here.

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Good idea. I've got a few extra jobs for you today, Robert.

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-Oh, yes?

-Yes. First of all, would you go and make my bed, please?

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-Of course, sir.

-Good man, good man.

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Hang on a minute. Robert!

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-Yes, sir?

-Also, could you make sure

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that there are some fluffy-wuffy towels on my bed?

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Fluffy-wuffy towels.

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Oh, and, Robert, could I have

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some of those yummy little chocolates on my pillow?

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Fluffy-wuffy towels, chocolates on the pillow.

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-Since when did Justin's House become a hotel?

-Oh, sorry.

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I...forgot to tell you. Since today.

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Wait a minute. What?!

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Yes. I decided to open Justin's House as a hotel.

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-Do you think that's a good idea?

-CHILDREN: Yes!

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But, sir, opening a hotel is hard work.

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All of the guests that stay have to be looked after.

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Making beds, serving breakfast, dinners, entertaining guests...

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And with extra people staying in Justin's House,

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there's so much extra tidying to do!

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-I'm in!

-Ah, I knew it!

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I officially declare Justin's House Hotel...

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open!

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-Robert?

-Yes?

-You'll find a copy of the Justin Times in my room.

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Here we are.

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Would you read the advert that I took out to tell our friends

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-of all the facilities available?

-Look at that.

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It's Justin's House. Or, rather, Justin's House Hotel.

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Look, a delicious dining experience.

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A swimming pool. And a sea view.

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Do you know, I don't believe I've seen the sea from Justin's House.

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Ah, yes. Good point. Yes, I see where you're coming from.

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-Yes, we don't live near the sea, do we, sir?

-Um, not officially, no.

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If we don't have what the advert says,

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our guests will be disappointed.

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We'll think of something. What do you think about our reception desk?

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-Ooh!

-ALL SHOUT

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It's a nice reception desk. Very sturdy, very tidy, very proper.

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It's the best reception desk I've seen. What's a reception desk?

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A reception desk is somewhere where we welcome our hotel guests. Yes.

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Welcome guests to the hotel? But we're not ready.

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I haven't made the beds.

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Goodness knows how we're going to see the sea!

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As for the swimming pool...

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Calm down. We've got plenty of time to sort everything out.

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We haven't got any guests. Nobody's booked.

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-Oh, good.

-There we are.

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-PHONE RINGS

-Oh, bad.

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Hello, Justin's House...Hotel.

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How can I help you?

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HE SQUEAKS

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Oh, you'd like a room?

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HE SQUEAKS

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With a sea view?

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Oh, when would you like to arrive, please?

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-HE SQUEAKS

-Oh, today?

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OK... Um, I'll see what I can do! Bye!

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-SQUEAKS:

-I love you.

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I love you, too! Bye!

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-Sir?

-Yes!

-A word?

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-SQUEAKS:

-OK.

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-BOTH SQUEAK

-What did you do that for?

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-I don't know!

-The hotel's not ready.

-I know!

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-And if that doorbell goes now...

-Don't worry, it won't go.

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DOORBELL

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# Who's at the door?

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# Who's at the door? Someone better answer it! #

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-BOTH SQUEAK

-Get the door.

-We can't...

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-HE COUGHS

-Can't you get it, sir?

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HE COUGHS

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All right, I'll get it. Wait a second!

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-That's YOUR job!

-I'm still worrying that the hotel's not ready.

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-All right! I'll get it.

-DOORBELL

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I suppose I am the manager. Coming! Hang on.

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Ah! Welcome to the Justin's House Hotel.

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Thank you, my good man.

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Now, where's the r...

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Reception, yes. It's over there. May I take your bag?

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-This thing?

-Yes.

-That's kind, but there's no need.

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-So, yes, I insist.

-Tremendous!

-There we are.

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-Argh! Oh!

-Are you all right, dear chap?

-It's very heavy.

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Eeh-aah! Yugh!

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Waa! Argh-h-h-h!

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I need Robert the porter to help me.

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DING! DING! DING!

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Where's Robert?! Have you seen Robert?

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CHILDREN: There!

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Where is he? I tell you what, we'll check our guest in while we wait

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for Robert.

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DOING!

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Name, please?

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-Mr Tailor.

-Oh, Mr Tailor. Say hello to Mr Tailor, everyone!

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CHILDREN: Hello!

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A simply delightful welcome. And I've only come here to...

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Let me take you to your room, Mr Tailor.

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I'll just get your ba... Eugh! Eugh!

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I need that porter, Robert.

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-DING! DING! DING!

-Robert!

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-Where is he? Have you seen him?

-CHILDREN: There!

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Oh, is he behind the sofa? Hang on a minute.

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-Robert, we have a guest.

-Is this the chap you're looking for?

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No, that's Little Monster, our little bell hop.

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Wait a second. Give me that... Oh! I need the bag,

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I need to take it up to your room. Where is she?

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CHILDREN: There!

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Ah, there she is! Quick, get her!

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Oh, where's she gone?

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# Little Monster... #

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Where is she?

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# Little Monster. #

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-We're meant to be running this hotel properly.

-Yes, yes.

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-We're so sorry, Mr Tailor. There we are.

-Don't worry, dear chap.

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This really is the most comfy bed I've ever sat on.

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Why don't you lie back and relax and imagine it's like

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a big, fluffy white cloud?

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I suppose a doze would be rather dandy.

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I'm a bit tired. Sorry...

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Oh.

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SNORING

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So...what are we going to do? Our first guest is here

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and nothing's ready. There's only one thing for it!

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Don't touch the panic button! You'll wake him up.

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Listen, if we go downstairs and sort everything out quietly,

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while Mr Tailor's asleep, we'll have it all ready when he wakes up.

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-For once...BRILLIANT!

-Ah-ah-ah!

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Aah!

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Right, everyone, quiet as you can. Down the stairs very quietly.

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-Quietly.

-CREAK!

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Ya! Ah!

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-I had a heavy breakfast, I'm sorry.

-Dearie me. Now, listen,

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we're going to have to ask all of our friends for some help.

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Everyone, if you see Mr Tailor wake up, will you all shout,

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-"Mr Tailor"?

-CHILDREN: Yes!

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Robert, look at the advert and tell me what we have to do first.

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Oh, well, let's have a look, shall we? Erm...oh, yes,

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the swimming pool.

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Right, we need a swimming pool for the hotel. Don't worry, Robert,

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I've already thought about that. Daa-daa! There you go, everyone!

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One swimming pool! Ah!

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Here we go.

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Are you sure that is really big enough, sir?

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Yes. Look, just lower me in slowly.

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Not into the deep end.

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Oh! Ha-ha! There we are.

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Do the backstroke...

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Or you can just, of course,

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just chill out by the pool.

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He-he-he! Ahem.

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It's a bit small, isn't it, Robert?

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-Yes.

-All right.

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Lift me out, will you?

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Eugh! Whoa!

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Oh! Listen, I've got a better idea.

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You'll have to dig a swimming pool.

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-What?!

-Off you go.

-All right.

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-Well done.

-This might take a while, sir.

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-Dig up the rose garden. We don't need that any more.

-All right.

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-That's it.

-DIGGING

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Hey, what are you doing? Stop it! Robert, stop it!

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Why don't you turn your speed dial up to "fast"?

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-All right, I'll try, sir.

-WHIRRING

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-Argh!

-All right, that's enough!

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-Right, done. That's done.

-Now, we just need to fill the swimming pool

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up with...

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water!

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Argh, get out of it!

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Argh! Argh!

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CHILDREN: Mr Tailor!

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YAWNING

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That was close. Thanks, everyone.

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Little Monster, can you fill the pool up with water?

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-Thank you. OK, what's next on the advert?

-Let's have a look.

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Oh, yes, the sea view. Sir, I don't wish to go over old ground,

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but to see the sea, we need to be by the sea. Last time I checked,

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-Justin's House is nowhere near the sea.

-OK, well, I've never

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actually looked out of the window or a door, I'll have a look and see

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if I can see the sea. No. Can anyone see the sea?

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CHILDREN: No!

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I'll try the other door, everyone. I just... Where are you going?

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-To me workshop.

-No, Robert, you can't hide away again.

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-SAWING AND HAMMERING

-I need to find a sea view.

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Wow, look at that, everyone! Robert's going to love this!

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-Robert, where are you?

-Right here, sir.

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-Did you have something to do with this?

-I might have.

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Robert, you are a genius. Well done. A big cheer for Robert, everyone!

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CHEERING

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Argh! Argh!

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CHILDREN: Mr Tailor!

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Look, the sea! Lovely!

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YAWNING

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-We fooled him, sir, we fooled him.

-I think he fell for it.

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-He did.

-Excellent. What's next?

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-A delicious dinner, sir.

-Oh, no problem.

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I happen to be a master chef, Robert. Yes, yes.

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I just need to get a few pans and then... Whoa!

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CRASH!

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CHILDREN: Mr Tailor!

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Oh, oh!

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-He moved!

-Uh-h-h.

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(Well done. Thank you, everybody.)

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-Sir, might I suggest

-I

-do the cooking

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and you pick lettuces outside, where you won't disturb Mr Tailor?

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-Right, I'll go and do that.

-Use the door, the front door!

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-Mind the sea view.

-I'll take the coastal path.

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All right, all right. I'll go this way.

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Now...cooking.

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It's very important, when you're cooking, to find the real key to it.

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For me, the key is seasoning.

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-Autumn is an excellent season to cook.

-Robert!

-What?!

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-I found some lettuce leaves!

-All right, thank you, sir.

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-Will you bring them round to me, sir?

-Right, be back in a minute.

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But use the front door, please.

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Don't come by the...

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Oh, honestly.

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Who would run a hotel? I mean, we'll never get all of these things done

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by the time Mr Tailor wakes up. What are going to do, Robert?

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Panic button, sir?

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Hit it.

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ALARM BLARES

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WALTZ MUSIC PLAYS

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Ah, Robert, is there evening entertainment tonight?

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Bavarian dancing, sir. I have an empty dance card.

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He's going! Stop him, sir!

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Mr Tailor, wait, wait, wait!

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Would you care to stay for supper, as our special guest?

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-But I was just going to go...

-Yes, come this way, come this way.

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-Now, Robert, our master chef, is preparing you a feast.

-Not quite.

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Sit down there and you can dine with all of our other hotel guests.

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-What?

-OK, panic over, I've covered it. It's OK.

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Yes, aside from the fact that we only have lettuce for dinner

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and you told Mr Tailor there were other guests in the hotel!

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Whoa, whoa, Justin Marylou Billybob Jeffrey Fletcher,

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-where do you think you're going?

-Back in a tic.

-Oh!

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Why do I think things couldn't possibly get any worse?

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DOOR CREAKS OPEN

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He-he-he-he! Eh!

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Oh, Robiet! Ho-ho!

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Yes, may I help you, man-dam?

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-Oh, yes, I'm, erm, Mrs Ramsbottom, remember?

-Mrs Ramsbottom?!

-Yes!

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-It's me, Justin.

-I know it's you!

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Oh, Robiet, would you show me to my usual chair, please?

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(Is that it, just an arm?)

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Oh, I'll go there myself. Ha-ha!

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Whoa!

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Oh, thank you!

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-Hello, there. I'm Mrs Ramsbottom. And you are?

-Mr Tailor.

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Ooh, Mr Tailor, how charming!

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I've been coming here for over 62 years.

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-Well, I...I...

-Yes, excuse me a second.

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Ahem, ROB...! Oh.

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Robiet, would you call the darling little waitress, you know,

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Little Monster, to come over here to take our order?

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-Yes, Mrs Ratsbottom.

-Ratsbottom?! It's Ramsbottom.

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Sorry, Ramsbottom. Ramsbottom. Right.

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Little Monster! Little Monster!

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Have you finished filling the pool with water?

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Justin needs her to be a waitress. Doesn't matter, I'll do it.

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Right, erm, all right. Yes, there's a slight delay in the kitchen.

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-Oh, how unusual.

-May I get you some drinks?

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Yes, please. I'll have a super banooza special,

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with a little glitzy-witzy little silver umbrella on the top.

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Mr Tailor, what would you like?

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A glass of your finest mineral water would be magnificent, my dear chap.

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Little Monster! Little Monster! Mr Tailor needs some water.

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Tap, not mineral.

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Mr Tailor, how are you finding your stay here at the hotel?

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-Well, it's frightful.

-Frightful?!

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Eh, I mean, erm, pardon?

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What I was going to say was, it's frightfully funny.

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I only came round to mend Robert's ritzy-glitzy jacket. I'm a tailor.

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-I mend jackets.

-Hang on a minute. So, are you saying you're not

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a hotel guest?

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-No.

-Little Monster, Mr Tailor's water!

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Little Monster, what are you doing? No, no! Come here!

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-You'll get water everywhere!

-Argh!

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Oh, Mr Tailor thinks Justin's House is the worst hotel EVER!

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-I've got news for you, Robert. Mr Tailor isn't a hotel guest.

-What?!

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-No, he's a...

-Tailor!

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Well, I'd wondered where you'd got to.

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I popped back to the shop to get you this jacket.

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I sewed it this morning. I think it will be perfect.

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Have it by way of a thank you

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for my fantastic stay here at Justin's House Hotel.

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Oh, grease me gears! I've got to go and try it on!

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Mr Tailor, you don't think that Justin's House Hotel is awful?

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Not in the slightest, my dear man.

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Justin's House Hotel is the best hotel I've ever stayed in.

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In fact, I'd like to book another stay, please.

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Why, of course. I'll check you in in a second.

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Oh, no, Mr Tailor, the Justin's House Hotel is closed for business!

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It's far too hard running a hotel. But you're welcome to come round

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-any time you like.

-Oh, thank you. I will.

-Oh, good!

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MUSIC PLAYS

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I'm ready!

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Ho-ho, here he comes!

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Wow, what do you think of Robert's new jacket?!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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I think we should celebrate that jacket with a song.

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-I think so, sir.

-Mr Tailor, would you do the honours?

-Too kind.

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-Hit it!

-Hitting it, sir.

-Here we go, come on, everybody.

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Heads, Shoulders, Knees And Toes! I'm coming down, here we go!

0:21:500:21:55

# Heads and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

0:21:550:21:58

# Heads and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

0:21:580:22:02

# And eyes and ears and mouth and nose

0:22:020:22:05

# Heads and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes... #

0:22:050:22:08

We're going to miss out some words, so nobody say the word "heads".

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Are you ready? Here we go!

0:22:130:22:16

# ..And shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes

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# ..And shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes

0:22:200:22:23

# And eyes and ears and mouth and nose

0:22:230:22:26

# ..And shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes... #

0:22:260:22:30

What's next, Robert?

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We should leave out the shoulders, so no heads or shoulders.

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So, just the knees and the toes. Here we go!

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# ..Knees and toes, knees and toes

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# ..Knees and toes, knees and toes

0:22:400:22:43

# And eyes and ears and mouth and nose

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# ..Knees and toes Knees and toes... #

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Now, we're going to sing it twice as fast! Are you ready?!

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Here we go!

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# Heads and shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes

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# Heads and shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes

0:22:590:23:03

# And eyes and ears and mouth and nose

0:23:030:23:05

# Heads and shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes

0:23:050:23:09

# Heads and shoulders Knees and toes, knees and toes! #

0:23:090:23:13

Thank you, everybody!

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Weren't they fantastic, Robert?

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Who has enjoyed their stay at the Justin's House Hotel?

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CHEERING

0:23:220:23:24

Thank you so much for coming, everyone. Let's hear it for our

0:23:240:23:27

-very special guest, Mr Tailor!

-Thank you! Thank you!

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Our wonderful waiter, Robert!

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CHEERING

0:23:340:23:36

And what about our receptionist, Little Monster?

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CHEERING

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And, of course, our very special guests here at the hotel - you!

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We'll see next time, everyone in...

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CHILDREN: Justin's House!

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-Bye-bye!

-Bye, everybody!

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Justin Fletcher entertains a live audience of children with singing, dancing and comedy chaos. Justin's house opens its doors as a hotel. Justin and Robert do their best to make the house look like a proper hotel while the first guest dozes upstairs.


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