Just in a Dream Justin's House


Just in a Dream

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Robert invents a dream machine to discover the funny thing that Justin is dreaming about.


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CHEERING

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# Dusting for Justin

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# Dusting for Justin

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# Dusting for Justin

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# In Justin's house. #

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Well, hello, everybody.

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ALL: Hello.

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-And welcome to...

-ALL: Justin's house.

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Yes, indeed.

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Now, don't you think Justin's house is looking particularly...

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SNORING

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What is that noise?

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ALL: Justin.

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No, it's all right. I think it's the drains.

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Now, Justin's house is looking absolutely...

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SNORING

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ALL: Justin.

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That sounds like a giggling gorilla.

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ALL: Justin.

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I think there is. I think there is a giggling gorilla upstairs.

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Let's take a look.

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Oh, no. Close enough. You were right. It's Justin.

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Right, this will never do. Sir, all of our friends are here.

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Oh, yes, thank you.

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I'll have a large candyfloss with some tomato sauce on it.

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This won't do. Everybody, we need to wake up Justin.

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So I want you to shout, "Wake up, Justin", after three.

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Ready? One, two, three.

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ALL: Wake up Justin!

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What's going on? Hello, everyone!

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# Wiggle your bottoms Shake and grin

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# It's J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J-J. #

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ALL: Justin!

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-Good to see you and welcome to...

-ALL: Justin's house!

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That's right.

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I was just having the funniest dream, ever.

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So if you'll excuse me a minute...

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That's a funny place to hang the duvet.

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I'm just going to finish my funny dream. Good night.

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Sir, Get up.

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-Who pushed me out of bed?

-ALL: Robert!

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Robert, what are you doing there? I was just telling my friends,

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I'm just in the middle of a really funny dream.

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-So excuse me, good night everyone.

-But all of our friends are here.

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It was a funny dream. I'm sure my friends want to know about it.

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-Would you like to know about my funny dream?

-ALL: Yes.

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-Come on, Robert, give me that duvet.

-No, but, sir... No! Sir!

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Whoa!

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Sir, why don't you tell our friends what you've dreamt of so far?

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Well, that's a very good idea, actually. Well, it started off...

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Something very funny happened.

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What was so funny?

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I don't know.

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I've forgotten.

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Oh, dear, sir.

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The last thing I can remember was someone woke me up

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with a giant candyfloss, tickling my face.

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I wonder who that was?

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ALL: Robert!

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Well, don't worry, sir.

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I'm sure you'll remember it eventually and you never know,

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your dream may even come true.

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You might get to enjoy the funniest thing ever for real.

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Oh, that would be good because I tell you what...

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It was really funny.

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What was?

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I can't remember. What am I going to do?

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Look, sir, why don't we try and jog your memory by singing a song?

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Great idea! OK, Robert, fire up the old dream RMP1 machine.

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Dreamy music coming up, sir.

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-And hit it!

-Hitting it, sir.

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Come on everyone. Up on your feet.

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Yeah! All right! Here we go!

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-Here we go.

-Sing as loud as you can.

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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 guest today

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# Justin's house It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome In Justin's house

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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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Here's Justin!

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# Yeah And this is my place

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Here we go!

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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 guest today

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# Justin's house It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome In Justin's house, 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. Sing along!

-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 guest today

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# Justin's house It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome In Justin's house... #

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-One more time?

-Well, seeing as we have guests, sir.

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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 guest today

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# Justin's house It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome 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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-Give yourselves a big cheer.

-Well done, everybody. Very good.

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Listen, getting back to your first dream,

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we all want to know what the funniest thing ever was, don't we?

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ALL: Yes!

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-Yes, we do.

-Oh, it was...

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I can't remember.

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-So singing the Justin's house song didn't jog your memory?

-No, Robert.

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-Oh, I wish you could have seen my dream.

-Well... Oh!

-What?

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I have a plan. To the workshop!

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He's gone.

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While Robert is in the workshop, I'm going to go upstairs

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and go back to sleep and see if I can remember

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that really funny part of my dream and I can tell you about it.

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Won't be a minute.

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Up I go. A quick nap and everything will be just fine. Right, here I go.

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Whoa!

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Robert! You frightened me then. What's going on? What are you doing?

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Behold, sir. One dream machine.

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-A dream machine?

-Yes, indeed.

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A dream machine, a dream machine, a dream machine!

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What's a dream machine?

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You put the helmet on your head like so and when you fall asleep,

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whatever you dream, we are able to see on this television screen.

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-Robert, you are brilliant. That's incredible.

-Over here, sir.

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-Where are you? Where are you?

-I'm here.

-Oh, yes. Of course.

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And you never know, your dream may even come true.

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Oh, well, what are we waiting for? I'm going to get to sleep.

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I can't wait. Right, here we go, everyone. Good night.

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Night night, Justin.

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HE SNORES

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-Wait a second. Robert, I can't sleep.

-I'm not surprised, sir.

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I mean, you've already had a nap and you're just so excited, aren't you?

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Never fear, sir.

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The dream machine comes with its own personal RMP1 player,

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so I can play you some calming music to drift you off.

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Let's see what we've got here.

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DANCE MUSIC

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Yeah! Oh, yeah! One time!

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No, that's not going to drift you off, is it?

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-No, I like that music.

-No, no, no.

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RELAXING MUSIC

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Robert, this isn't going to...

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..send me to sleep.

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-I... I..

-HE SNORES

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Wonderful. Justin's asleep.

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Right, let's see what he's dreaming about, shall we?

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Oh, so scruffy and so messy! Is he sure this is a dream?

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It's more like a nightmare.

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Ha, ha, ha! Now, that is funny.

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Wait a minute. Justin. What? What are you doing with that pie? Justin!

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Oh, no! Oh! Oh, I'm going to get messy!

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Oh, quickly, everybody. We have to wake up Justin.

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ALL: Wake up, Justin!

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Wake up!

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I'll have bacon and eggs, please, and six sausages. Thank you.

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-I just... What's going on?

-No, it's not breakfast time, sir.

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-You were using the dream machine.

-Was I? Did it work, Robert?

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Well, yes, I suppose it did.

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You're as messy in the dream world as you are in real life.

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I wish you hadn't woken me up.

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Something really funny was just about to happen.

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-I'm sure of it.

-Are you sure, sir? It wasn't that funny.

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Well, why is Little Monster laughing her head off?

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I think I'll ask my friends.

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-Was there something funny just about to happen?

-ALL: Yes!

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-Oh, dear. The machine is faulty.

-What's going on?

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-I think I'll take it to my workshop.

-Wait! You can't!

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I'm sure it's working properly, Robert.

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I mean, you are a fantastic, brilliant inventor, after all.

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Thank you, sir. Compliments are always welcome.

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Why don't you have a go with the dream machine?

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No, no, no, sir. It's a very complicated piece of technology.

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-Come on, Robert.

-Robots don't sleep. Remember the sleepover?

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-Do you think Robert should have a dream?

-ALL: Yes!

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-There you are.

-But robots don't sleep.

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I know that but some relaxing music, I'm sure, will put you to sleep.

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-What can I think of, sir?

-I don't know.

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-What does Robert like everyone?

-ALL: Cake!

-There you go, cake.

-Oh, yes.

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-That's it. I'll take that.

-Cake. Chocolate cake.

-Yes.

-Cake.

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He's falling asleep. He's falling asleep.

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Fruit cake.

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Fluffy.

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Butterfly.

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-Cake.

-I think Robert's asleep.

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I'm awake, sir!

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Look, I'm sorry, I'm going to take this to the workshop to fix it

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and I'm going to get a Victoria sponge from the kitchen on the way.

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Wait, I'm going to power you down.

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That's better. I've just powered down Robert.

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It's a bit like us sleeping anyway, when robots power down.

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OK, I think now we can find out what Robert dreams about. Here we go.

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MUSIC

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Little Monster, I mean, look. I'm really tidy in Robert's dream.

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I don't believe it. Wait a second, what's going on now?

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More dusting and I'm still tidying for him.

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Power up.

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Oh, sir, I had the most amazing dream. Did you see? Did you see?

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Yes, we all saw your dream, didn't we, everyone?

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ALL: Yes!

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We might of all known that you'd have dreamt about dusting.

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Everyone was dusting. The dancers. Even you and Little Monster.

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-Oh, and sir?

-Yes?

-I had a golden duster.

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-I've always wanted a golden tester.

-Robert, it's not fair.

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It's not fair I don't have a golden duster in real life.

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-No, no, no, not the golden duster.

-What?

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I still don't know the funny thing that I dreamt about.

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I tell you what, I know now that this dream machine is working

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so I want another go. Can I have another go?

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No, sir, I think I should dream and go back and do some more dusting.

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Hang on a minute, Little Monster.

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-Do you think Little Monster should have a dream?

-ALL: Yes!

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There we are then. Pop it on Little Monster's head nice and gently.

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There you go.

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Now, if we speak very quietly, Little Monster might fall asleep.

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SHE SNORES

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Little Monster, are you asleep?

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What do you need to go to sleep, Little Monster? What can we do?

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Ah, I see.

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She would love it if all of you could whisper very quietly,

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"Night night, Little Monster." After three. One, two, three.

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ALL: Night night, Little Monster.

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SHE SNORES

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-That's it, sir.

-I think she's asleep.

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Right, let's see what Little Monster dreams about.

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I've got a feeling this is going to get messy.

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MUSIC

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Wow!

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I had no idea that Little Monster wanted to be a captain of a ship.

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Yes, I have to say, I am rather surprised.

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I thought it was going to be messier with custard pies and things.

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I mean, a ship, all that does is float on lots and lots of...

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BOTH: Water!

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Oh, grease my gears! We need to wake up Little Monster

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before Justin gets another drenching.

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After three, we need to shout, "Wake up Little Monster".

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-One, two, three.

-ALL: Wake up Little Monster!

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Oh, Little Monster! Wow! What a dream!

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I didn't know you wanted to be a captain of your own ship.

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And you never know, Little Monster, your dream may come true.

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DOORBELL RINGS

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

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# Someone better answer it Who should answer it? #

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ALL: There's someone at the door!

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-Can't you get it, sir?

-Yes, of course I can.

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I found the dream machine most... Wait a second!

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I'm asleep, dreaming that you're getting the door.

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All right, all right, I'll get the door. Hang on a minute. Look!

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I think Little Monster may have her dream come true.

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-Look, Robert, it's the ship from her dream.

-My goodness!

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-I wonder who it belongs to.

-I don't know. Look, everyone!

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This is Aunty Monsterella. Say hello to Aunty Monsterella.

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ALL: Hello!

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Hi, Aunty. Aunty Monsterella is a famous explorer.

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Where have you been on your travels?

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To the land of the golden duster tree.

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Wait a minute. The land of the golden duster.

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That is where golden dusters grow on trees. It's the land of dreams.

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Aunty Monsterella,

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you didn't happen to see a golden duster on your travels, did you?

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Oh, my word! It's a golden duster.

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What? It's for me?

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My dream has come true. Thank you, Aunty Monsterella.

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-Stay and dust while, won't you.

-It looks like Aunty Monsterella

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is getting ready for her next expedition.

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What are you looking for, Aunty Monsterella?

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-You are looking for somebody to steer your ship.

-What you need...

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AUDIENCE MEMBER: Little Monster!

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-That's a great idea.

-That's a wonderful idea.

-Little monster.

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And there she is.

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Little Monster can be the captain of the ship, can't she, everyone?

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ALL: Yes!

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Little Monster, the captain of a ship.

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Your dream has come true, Little Monster.

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Oh, sir, what's the matter?

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Well, Little Monster's dream has come true and so has Robert's,

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but mine hasn't come true.

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-I still don't know what was so funny about my dream.

-Oh, dear.

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Well, sir, shall we sing you a song to cheer you up?

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-Well, maybe.

-What do you think everybody?

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-Shall we sing Justin a song to cheer him up?

-ALL: Yes!

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-What do you say, sir?

-Well, maybe.

-We can do better than that.

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-Shall we sing just in a song to cheer him up?

-ALL: Yes!

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-All right then, Robert. Hit it.

-Hitting it, sir.

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All right, everybody, we are going to snooze now.

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# When you're dozy and oh so cosy

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# You start to snore, snore, snore

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# Snore

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# There's a land to explore... #

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Come on, everyone! Here we go!

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# In the land of dreams Nothing seems

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# Quite the same when you snooze

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# What you see and what you do You choose

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# Little Monster steered a boat And Justin nearly got soaked... #

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I did!

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# In your dreams What you see is really up to you

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# Catch a star, make a wish Your dreams can come true... #

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Here we go, back to dream land.

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# When you're dozy and oh so cosy

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# You start to snore, snore, snore

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# Snore

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# There's a land to explore

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-Come on, everyone! Dance!

-Here we go!

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# In the land of dreams Nothing seems

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# Quite the same when you snooze

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# What you see and what you do You choose

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# Golden dusters plucked from trees A tidy Justin if you please... #

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Tidy!

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# In your dreams What you see is really up to you

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# I caught a star, made a wish My dream just came true... #

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Here we go. Back to dreams.

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# When you're dozy and oh so cosy

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# You start to snore, snore, snore

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# Snore

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# There's a land to explore

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Come on, everyone!

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# In the land of dreams Nothing seems

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# Quite the same when you snooze

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# What you see and what you do You choose... #

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Hey, I know.

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# Custard pies all over the place

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# Robert getting splattered In the face

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# In your dreams nothing seems Quite the same when you snooze

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# Catch a star, make a wish Your dreams could come true. #

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Hang on a minute. I've remembered the funny part of my dream.

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Oh, for once, it was Robert that got messy and not me, wasn't it?

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ALL: Yes!

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Are you sure? It doesn't really sound that funny.

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I'll ask my friends.

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Do you think it would be really funny if Robert got messy?

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-ALL: Yes!

-Are you sure?

-ALL: Yes!

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Oh, Robert, we've got a custard pie for you.

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-Oh, sir...

-You'd like to make my dream come true, wouldn't you?

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-Well... I... All right.

-Thank you, Robert.

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-Hand it over, sir.

-Do you know what, no, no, no. You're our best friend.

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-We've got a bigger pie for you.

-What? Oh! Oh!

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-Here it is.

-Oh! Oh! Oh!

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Let's ask our friends. Shall I?

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ALL: Yes!

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I can't hear them. Shall I?

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ALL: Yes!

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Let's count to three. One, two, three.

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Robert!

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LAUGHTER

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A big cheer for Robert!

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CHEERING

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Wow! You know what, you're right. Dreams really do come true.

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Let's hear a big round of applause for Little Monster.

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APPLAUSE

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Our fantastic sport, Robert.

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APPLAUSE

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Let's hear it for the wonderful Justin Town cheer leaders.

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APPLAUSE

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And of course, you!

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CHEERING

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And we'll see you next time in...

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ALL: Justin's house!

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Bye bye!

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

Robert invents a dream machine to discover the funny thing that Justin is dreaming about.


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