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Justin Times

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Justin and Robert do their best to print the Justin Times.


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THEY CHUCKLE

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THEY CHEER

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HE NEIGHS AND SNORTS

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CHEERING

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# Recycling for Justin Recycling for Justin

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# Recycling for Justin

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-# In...

-ALL: Justin's house!

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Well, hello, everybody.

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ALL: Hello.

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And welcome to...

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ALL: Justin's house!

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I've just been doing a spot of recycling,

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because Justin's got so many old copies of the Justin Times,

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I decided to get the really old ones and put them in the recycling bin.

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Now, can you help me?

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Can you see any other copies of the Justin Times anywhere?

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-CHILDREN: There!

-Where?

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Oh, Little Monster. Oh, hello, hello there.

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You're recycling them already. You're doing some potato printing.

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Can I show everybody?

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Look at that, everybody. That's wonderful, isn't it?

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-ALL: Yes.

-Yes, it is.

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Do you know, if you keep on going like this, Little Monster,

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you could print the Justin Times yourself. Ha-ha!

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Wait! But you mustn't print on this one and I mustn't recycle it.

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It's got a picture of Justin on it, everybody. Look at that.

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Yes, look, it's got a picture of Justin

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going to the Justin Times factory. That's where he is now.

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He's finding out how they print the Justin Times.

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I'm going to leave that there.

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I'm going to take these, I'm going to pop outside

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and put them in the recycling bin.

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That way, Justin's house will be nice and tidy for...

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-Agh!

-LAUGHTER

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Hey! Hiya, Robert. Hello, everyone!

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Come on.

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# Wiggle your bottom

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# Shake and a grin

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# It's Ju-Ju-Ju-Ju Ju Ju Ju-Ju

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# Ju Ju Ju-Ju Ju

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-ALL: Justin!

-Excellent stuff.

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-Hi, Robert.

-Hello, sir. Would you mind just giving me a hand

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-picking up these old Justin Times?

-There you go, there you go.

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Thank you.

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There's a little bit of paper there. I'll help.

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-Thank you, sir.

-No problem.

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Now, tell me, how was your visit to the Justin Times?

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Oh, it was so exciting, everyone. They really looked after me well.

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I was allowed to press the big button

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and then this big machine went...

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HE IMITATES MACHINE

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LAUGHTER

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Da-na-na-na-na-na-na-na.

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HE BLOWS RASPBERRIES

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Wah-boop, wah-boop wah-boop, wah-boop!

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Ee-ee oop!

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Whoooo! Oof! Doop!

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You know, it was the big, um, you know, the printing thingy.

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-Press, sir.

-OK, I will.

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-HOOTING SOUND

-Stop it!

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I mean, the printing thingy, as you call it, is called a printing press.

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-Of course. The printing press. That's what I meant.

-Yes, yes.

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Yes. Then I got very hungry. I had a big rumbly in my tumbly.

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Oh, sir, you and your belly. But then what happened, sir?

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-Well, then, I, um...

-HE CLEARS HIS THROAT

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Does everyone want to sing a song?

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ALL: Yes!

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OK, then. Come on, Robert, fire up the old RMP1 player.

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All right, sir. Firing up.

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-HE CHUCKLES

-And?

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-ALL: Hit it!

-Hit it! All right!

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-Here we go. Up on your feet.

-Justin's house!

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Yeah, all right.

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-Justin's house!

-Whoo-hoo, yeah!

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Justin's house!

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-Are you ready?

-Here we go.

-Here we go!

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ALL: # Justin's house

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-# It's the place you want to play in

-Justin's house!

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# You're my special guest 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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# 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

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# Has a smile on his face

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# He's Justin

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Hey!

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# And this is my place

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Come on, everyone, let's hear you!

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Justin's house!

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# 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!

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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 sit 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!

-Yes.

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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

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# It's the place you want to play in

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Justin's house!

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You're my special guest today.

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-Justin's house!

-# Is the place you want to stay in

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-# Everybody's welcome here at

-Justin's house!

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# Everybody's welcome here in

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# Justin's... #

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Justin's house!

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-A big cheer!

-Well done, everybody.

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Right, what's next, Robert?

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-You were telling me about the Justin Times...

-DING DONG!

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Oh, saved by the bell. Yes, yes.

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I'll get that, Robert. No problem.

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Oh, hang on a minute. I think it's the...

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-Oh! What is that?

-Oh, it's the Justin Times.

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-Oh, yes, there it is.

-Very good.

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-Shall we have a read, Robert?

-Oh, I think we should.

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-Oh, er, may I?

-Of course.

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All right.

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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LAUGHTER

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-BOING! BOING!

-Ooh!

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Oh, sir, look at that.

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There's a picture of you on the front of the Justin Times.

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Oh, yes, I'm on the Justin Times, I'm on the Justin Times.

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Whoo-hoo!

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But, sir, why do you appear to be dropping your packed lunch?

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Er, no, I didn't drop my packed lunch, did I, everyone?

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ALL: No!

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-Really?

-No, no, no.

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So, sir, where exactly did you drop your packed lunch?

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Justin did it!

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Yes, you're right, I did drop my packed lunch.

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In fact, I dropped it just about... Ahem...

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-Here.

-But, what?!

-Oh.

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You dropped your packed lunch into the printing press?

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-ROBERT SCOFFS

-I'm surprised you didn't break it, sir.

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Of course I didn't, it's a very strong printing press.

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If you have a look in the other pages, you can see...

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Er, oh. Er... Oh. Er, eh, oh!

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Oh, no! They're blank, everyone.

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What have I done? I've ruined the Justin Times.

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-What are we going to do?

-Well, I've got absolutely no...

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-I do know what to do.

-Really?

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Sir, we could print the Justin Times ourselves.

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I mean, I've got a brand-new printing press in my workshop.

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-Robert, you are brilliant.

-Thank you.

-That's fantastic.

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Don't worry, everyone, we're going to save the Justin Times.

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Where, where, where, where do you think you're going, mister?

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You've been near enough printing presses for one day, I think.

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I'll do the printing, you can find stories for the paper.

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Stories?! Oh, I love stories.

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I'm a very good storyteller, you know. Ahem.

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Oi, ah! Right.

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Once upon a time, there was a young girl

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who skipped to her grandma's house. Ha-ha!

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The sun was shining

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and she had a blue bird singing on her shoulder, a bit like this...

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HE WHISTLES

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Not that type of story! That's made up.

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We need a news story, something that is actually happened, like this.

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Ooh, the news!

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TV NEWS THEME PLAYS

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CLOCK STRIKES ONCE

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Justin Town. A large hole has appeared mysteriously overnight

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outside the town hall.

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The mayor is looking into it.

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NEWS THEME PLAYS

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Well done, Robert.

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-Your news skills are fantastic.

-Thank you, sir.

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I think you should go and find lots of stories

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for the Justin Times.

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No, sir, I've got enough to be going on with.

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Oh, but, please, Robert.

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Well, all right, I'll help you.

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If you go into Justin Town and find some interesting stories,

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all you need to do is send the people involved back here

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and Little Monster and myself

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-will interview them for the Justin Times.

-Wow!

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Thanks, you two. I won't let you down.

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I'll go and find some really interesting stories

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and send the people back to be interviewed, OK?

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All right, sir, all right.

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Go and sniff out that news story, you newshound.

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HE BARKS

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DING DONG!

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

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# Someone better answer it! #

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CHILDREN: Someone's at the door!

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Right, you're all at it now, are you?

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I see Justin's been teaching you that one.

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All right, I'll go and get it.

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Ooh! Hee-hee!

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-SCOTTISH ACCENT:

-Oh, hello, everyone.

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Hee-hee. I'm Ethel Mac...um..bethel.

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Oh, say hello to Ethel Macbethel, everybody.

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Hello, hello. Oh!

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Oh!

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Well, er, take a seat, Ethel.

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-Thank you, thank you.

-Now, how may we help you?

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-Ooh, I got some very interesting news.

-Oh really, what?

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Yes, I've seen the Duck Pond Monster of Justin Town.

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-The Duck Pond Monster?

-Yes.

-This sounds like a scoop!

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This is exciting news! Little Monster.

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Take this down. Now, where did you see the Duck Pond Monster?

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Well, I was just walking down the road with my friend Mabel.

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Then the monster came out of the pond and went, "Ooooh!"

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-It's you.

-"Eeee!"

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-It's you. No, stop it. It's you, isn't it?

-"Whee!"

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-Who is it, everybody?

-ALL: Justin!

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-No, no, that's my wig! I'm Ethel Macbethel.

-Get out.

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You can't make up the news. I need a real news story.

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-You can't make it up. Get out.

-I saw the Duck Pond Monster.

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You didn't see anything. The wig was in the way.

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Now just go on there.

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I'm so sorry, we don't make up the news here.

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DING DONG!

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What is it, sir?

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Oh, oh. Your Majesty!

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Oh, everybody, bow and curtsy to the Queen of Justin Town.

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Oh! Your Majesty, please, please come in.

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Oh! Hello, everyone.

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-Oh, please, sit down.

-Oh, thank you.

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-May I place myself next to your royal personage?

-Yes, if one must.

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-All right.

-There we are.

-How may one help you?

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Oh, well, I have a wonderful story for you for the Justin Times.

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-Oh, a royal exclusive. What is it?

-Well, I saw a large dinosaur.

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-It appeared in my palace.

-A large dinosaur?!

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This sounds like a scoop. This is exciting news. Little Monster!

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Take this down. So where and when did you see this enormous dinosaur?

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Yes, well, I was walking in the grounds of my palace

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and I saw this big dinosaur come out and go, "Grr, rrr, rrr!"

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-It's you, isn't it?

-"Grr, rrr, rrr!"

-It's you.

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-No!

-It is you, I know it's you.

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-Who is it, everybody?

-ALL: Justin!

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-Justin, get out. Out!

-No. Take your duck and leave.

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Go on, get out. We can't make up the news.

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Go on! I'm so sorry about that, everybody.

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-This isn't how we run things.

-DING DONG!

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

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-Hello, everyone.

-Oh, oh, it's Andrew, everybody.

-Hello, Robert.

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-Oh.

-Er, where's Justin?

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Oh! Oh, "Where's Justin?" Good one. Yes, the games continue.

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I mean, are you wearing stilts? What's going on here?

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I'm sorry, that hair is ridiculous. That's clearly a wig.

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Come on, it's coming off. There we go.

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Robert, Robert, Robert!

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-Come on, this is quite clearly a mask.

-Robert, what are you doing?

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Yes, sir? Well, I'm just trying to show that you're pretending

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-to be Andy... Oh, it's Andy, isn't it?

-Yes, it is.

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-I'm so sorry, Andrew.

-That's OK, Robert, it's OK.

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Look, the reason I popped round is to find out to what is happening

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-to today's Justin Times. Look, it's all blank.

-Ah.

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Yeah, yeah, good question, Andy.

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-It's a very long story. You don't want to be bored.

-No, it isn't.

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-You dropped your lunch in it.

-Oh, great(!)

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And now you've just dropped me in it.

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Andy, the long and short of it is

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that we are trying to save the Justin Times.

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Yes, but Justin can't get a single true story for the paper.

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Well, it sounds like you two need some help.

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Now, is there anybody else who can find some stories for you?

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-I don't know, I mean...

-CHILDREN SHOUT OUT

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Ah! Yes, Little Monster. Perfect.

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Little Monster, you can come with me and Kip in the Kip Mobile.

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We can race around. We'll find lots of stories.

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-Andy, that's very kind, are you sure?

-Not a problem, Justin.

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-I've always wanted to be a roving reporter.

-Very good.

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Come on, Little Monster, we have some stories to sniff out.

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-Thanks, Little Monster, thanks, Andy.

-Well done, Andrew. Very good.

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Well, I mean, that's it, isn't it, Robert? Panic over.

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We'll just sit back here and wait for the stories to roll in. Tea?

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-Tea?!

-Yes, please, three sugars. And some biscuits, please.

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I don't think so. We've still got a lot to do.

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-We haven't even started warming up the printing press.

-Oh.

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-MONOTONOUS SPEECH:

-Starting a printing press

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is actually a very difficult thing.

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Hm. A printing press. I'm on it.

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You see, you've got to oil the rollers,

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you've also got to typeset the letters and then you must place them

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in a very logical order

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and then you need to marginalise the horizontaler.

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Justin's just gone in the workshop, hasn't he? Yes, I knew it.

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Argh! Robert!

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Ouch! Ow! Agh! Robert!

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-CRASH!

-Oh!

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HE GROANS

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Please tell me you haven't just broken the printing press?

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Oh, it wasn't my fault, Robert.

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I only pressed the button

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and then it went...

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HE JUDDERS

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Splat!

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What are we going to do?

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We're never going to print the Justin times.

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Right. I've got it.

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Using mainly spoons, we'll tunnel out of here and then... Oh, no.

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What about if we go shopping? Yes, we'll go shopping and buy lots

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and lots of footballs...

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-I'm waiting.

-Um, I know what we should do.

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-What?

-Panic.

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Actually, that's a very good suggestion. I can do that.

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KLAXON BLARES

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PANICKED SHOUTING

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GENTLE WALTZ PLAYS

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LAUGHTER

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-Hey!

-Ooh!

-LAUGHTER

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A-hup! A-hup!

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Got it! Potatoes!

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What? Potatoes?

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What are you talking about? Robert, I think you're overheating.

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You'd better have a lie down and a satsuma.

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No, no, sir. Potato printing.

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We can print the Justin Times with potatoes.

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Oh, Robert, the Justin Times, it's full of words,

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there's hundreds of them.

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We'd need lots of potatoes. You can't dig them all up.

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-Or one giant potato.

-Argh!

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Oof!

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Sir, this is no time for lying around,

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we've got to put... Ooh!

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Actually, that is rather heavy. Oh.

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Oh, oh, oh.

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-Oh, Robert, what are we going to do?

-DING DONG!

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I'm back! What are you to doing down there? Come on.

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-We can explain.

-We've got the Justin Times to print.

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THEY GROAN

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Little Monster and I have found lots of news stories.

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Oh, look at that!

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So you have. Sir, look, it's full with real news stories.

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-Big cheer for Little Monster, everybody.

-CHEERING

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All we have to do is to print all of the words on this giant potato.

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Potato?

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Yes, Andrew, potato printing with my prize-winning potato, Meredith.

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-Brilliant.

-Robert's been growing this for over ten years now.

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-Argh!

-Oh, no!

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My prize potato! Oh, oh, great(!) Thanks, you've split it in two.

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Oh, and now Little Monster's eating it. Well, that's just perf...

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Hang on. She's eating the words into the potato.

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Little Monster, that is genius. All we have to do is show you the news.

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That's a great idea. Right, I'll hold the news up and turn the pages.

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Ready, Little Monster? Off you go.

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-FANFARE AND MUSIC

-Here we go.

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-Oh. Well done.

-Brilliant!

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Right, we're ready to print the news. Come on.

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-Not quite yet. We need one or two more supplies.

-Oh!

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-ALL: To the workshop!

-A-ha!

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-Right. Come on Robert.

-I'll help you.

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-Here we go.

-Right. Here we are.

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-One over here, please, one over here.

-There you go.

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All right. Here we go.

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-So I'll take that.

-Right.

-And let's do this.

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All right. Painting. There we are.

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-Well done, Robert.

-Oh, thank you, sir.

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Print it on there, yes.

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-Not on my hand. Out of the way.

-All right.

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-Well done.

-There we go. Look at that!

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-Looking good.

-Little Monster, your go. Right then, that's it.

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Paint the potato. Not my hand, get out of it!

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What are you doing? Oh!

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Oh. Thank you.

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There we go. Right. We just need to feed it through the mangle.

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-Right, let's give it a go. Ready?

-Yes.

-Here we go. Coming through.

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-Oh!

-Oh, look at that!

-We've done it.

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-We've printed the Justin Times.

-Well done.

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We've done it, everyone.

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But we'll have to go quicker than this.

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There's a lot of people wanting their Justin Times, everybody.

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-OK, faster, faster.

-Speed it up.

-OK, here we go.

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-Ha-ha.

-There we are. Just around here.

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-Out of the way!

-There we go.

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-Go, go, go, mister.

-Off to Little Monster.

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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There we are Little Monster. Paint onto the... That's it.

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Not on my... Get out of it! Oh, really, I don't know.

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-There we go, put that over there.

-Right. Quickly, sir, quickly!

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Time is of the essence. All right, here we go. Ready?

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-Hang on!

-What's the matter?

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-I'm caught in the mangle!

-Oh, no!

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-It's all right.

-Robert, wait. Wait. I'm caught in the mangle.

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THEY SHOUT

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Oh, sorry, are you all right? No quick, feed him back.

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Put him back! Oh. He's coming back.

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-OK, Justin.

-Oh!

-Oh!

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-It's all right, everybody.

-I'm OK.

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-Right.

-We've done it, haven't we?

-Not quite.

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We've still got a lot more to do. Let's go!

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Over to Little Monster. Right.

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There we are, Little Monster.

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Oh, we've done it, everyone!

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APPLAUSE

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Well, very nearly, sir.

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-We've still got to deliver them.

-Eh? Deliver them?

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Don't worry, I'll go on a paper round.

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You two have worked hard enough today, and Little Monster.

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-Load me up, Andy. I'll just...

-HE GROANS

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Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh!

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Are you all right?

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I can't lift them, nobody can lift... Wa-ay!

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Don't worry, Justin,

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me, Kip and the Kip Mobile will sort this out in no time at all.

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Oh, Andy, thank you so much. You're so strong.

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Before you go on your paper round with Kip,

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would you like to stay for a song?

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I would love to stay for a song. Hit it, Robert.

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Hitting it, sir.

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-Come on, everyone, drive your car!

-Here we go.

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Yeah. Are you ready? Here we go.

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# In my car I love to drive

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# I drive through Justin Town Yeah!

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# I pass the fields of playful sheep

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-# Here we go now

-Beep beep baa!

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# Beep beep baa! Beep beep baa!

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# Start the engine Vroom, vroom, vroom

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# Here we go now Vroom, vroom, vroom

0:21:130:21:18

# Wheels turning round and round

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# Driving through Justin Town. #

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It's a beautiful day, isn't it, Robert?

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It certainly is and I know just where

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I'd like to drive to. Come along with me, everybody.

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Here we go.

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# In my car I love to drive

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# Drive through Justin Town Oops!

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# Round the duck pond There and back

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-# Sound the horn now

-Beep beep quack

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# Beep beep quack Beep beep quack

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# Start the engine Vroom, vroom, vroom

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# Here we go now Zoom, zoom, zoom

0:21:510:21:54

# Wheels turning round and round

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# Driving through Justin Town

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Andy, how about you?

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OK, the next junction we turn left to the dinosaurs.

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BOTH: The dinosaurs?! Oh!

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# In my car I love to drive

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# Drive through Justin Town

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# Past the giant dinosaur

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# Beep the horn now

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# Beep beep raaah! Beep beep raaah!

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# Beep beep raaah!

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# Start the engine Vroom, vroom, vroom.

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# Here we go now Zoom, zoom, zoom

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# Wheels turning round and round

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# Driving through Justin Town

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Here we go, everybody!

0:22:370:22:38

# Start the engine Vroom, vroom, vroom

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# Here we go now Zoom, zoom, zoom

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# Wheels turning round and round

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# Driving through Justin Town

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# Driving through Justin Town #

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ALL: Oh!

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-Well done.

-Well done, everybody.

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And let's hear it for our special guest today, Andy.

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-APPLAUSE

-Yeah.

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Let's hear it for Robert.

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-It's a scoop!

-APPLAUSE

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What about our roving reporter, Little Monster?

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APPLAUSE

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And, of course, the biggest cheer of all for you.

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CHEERING

0:23:160:23:19

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

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ALL: Justin's house!

0:23:220:23:24

Goodbye, everybody.

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

Helped by a giant potato and CBeebies' Andy Day, Justin and Robert do their best to print the Justin Times.


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