Robert's Memory Download Justin's House


Robert's Memory Download

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Justin, Robert and Little Robot remember funny things that have happened in Justin's house.


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There, that's everything nice and tidy.

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I'm sure I have forgotten to do something.

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I'm sure I will remember it if I have a rest and a piece of cake.

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Mm, cake.

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Oh. Little Monster. Oh, stop it. What is all this mess?

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It's a good job we haven't got our friends in to see this.

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Now, what is going on down here? Oh. Oh, is this your memory wall?

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Dot my diodes! That's what I've forgotten to do - my memory wall.

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We are meant to show them off today, aren't we?

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Oh, dear. I knew I would forget something.

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I can't seem to remember anything these days.

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I must have a problem with my memory download. Oh, dear.

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How am I going to make my memory wall?

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And how am I going to make it before Justin wakes up?

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Oh, Robert.

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Robert? Robert?

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Too late.

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Oh, Robert, I hope you remembered what day it is today.

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Oh, yes, is it Eat As Many Brussels Sprouts As You Can Day?

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Ugh! No.

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Oh, well, is it Don't Stop Dusting Day?

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No, it's not Don't Stop Dusting Day.

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-That would be too boring, wouldn't it?

-Not for me.

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No, it is Show Off Your Memory Wall Day.

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Yes. I hope you have done yours.

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I can't wait to hear about all of your wonderful robot memories.

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To the workshop.

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What is wrong with my memory today?

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Sir, wait!

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Right, then. Oh, hello, Little Monster. You're here already.

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Now then, looking forward to seeing this memory wall of Robert's

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and all of his wonderful memories.

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Where is it, then? Over there? Hang on a minute.

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Robert's memory wall is completely blank. What is going on?

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Oh, sir, I'm so sorry,

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I completely forgot it was Show Off Your Memory Wall Day.

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-Something is very wrong with my memory.

-Calm down, Robert.

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I'm sure Little Monster and I

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can help you remember your wonderful memories.

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That's very kind of you, sir.

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Why don't we look around your workshop

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and see if any of these items trigger anything in your memory.

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-I'm not sure that's a good idea, sir.

-It'll be fine.

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Let's look what we've got. They're interesting.

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Hang on a minute. What's this? Wow.

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This is the biggest duster collection I have ever seen, Robert.

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Oh, actually, some of these dusters are very tickly.

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ACHOO!

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-Oh, I'm OK.

-Phew.

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ACHOO!

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Oh, sir, all of those dusters were ordered for the perfect job.

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From tiny fluff to major fluff.

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Sorry, Robert.

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Let's look elsewhere, shall we? Let's see.

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-Oh, yeah, I remember that. Hang on a minute. What's this?

-That?

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Oh, that is just my memory machine.

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Dot my diodes! That's what the problem is.

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-I haven't done my daily memory download, sir.

-Well, why not?

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-Because I forgot.

-Oh!

-It's all right, sir. We just pop this on.

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I'll do my memory download

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and then I'll be able to do my memory wall in a flash.

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-All right. Here we go.

-OK. Right, off we go.

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-Have you finished yet?

-No.

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-What about now?

-No, sir, there seems to be some sort of problem. Oh.

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Oh, look. My memory machine is completely empty of robot memories.

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Look. The only way to fix it

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is I need to fill it with my robot memories.

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We'll have to remember all of the fun things

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we have done in Justin's House from scratch. Will you help me, sir?

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Of course. Let's think right back to the beginning.

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What's the first thing we do every time we see our wonderful friends?

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Ah, polish the tomatoes?

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No.

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Oh, dust the cornflakes?

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No.

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Iron your pants? It's a big job.

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Yeah, it is a big job, but no, it's not ironing my pants. No, no.

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-We sing the Justin's House song, don't we?

-Oh, yes, sir.

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Oh, oh, I'm remembering. I'm remembering.

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-Hitting it.

-Hit it.

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Come on, everyone, here we go. Up on your feet.

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# Justin's House! #

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Yeah, all right.

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# Justin's House! #

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Here we go.

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# Justin's House! #

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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 guests today

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody is 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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# There is someone else We think you know who

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# He is funny and sunny Has a smile on his face

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# He's Justin

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# And this is my place... #

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-Here we go.

-Come on, everyone.

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's House

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody is 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 ace... #

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-Yeah.

-Here we go. Let's hear it.

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# Justin's House It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's House

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay in

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

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-One more time.

-I think we've got a two-for-one answer.

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's House

-You're my special guests today

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody is welcome here in Justin's House

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# Everybody is welcome here in Ju-u-u-stin's

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# Justin's House. #

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Give yourself a big cheer.

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Oh. Oh, look at that, sir. It is my first picture for my memory wall.

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And what a lovely memory it is, sir.

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-Look, singing and dancing with all of our friends.

-Fantastic.

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Does that mean that your memory is all fixed now?

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I'm afraid not. No, we have still got a ways to go yet.

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-Will you help me a bit more?

-Oh, yes, of course we can, Robert.

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We'll act out something we've done in Justin's House

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-before you can guess what it is.

-Brilliant.

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-That is bound to help me remember.

-Right, OK, here we go. Ready?

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Right.

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It's the time you ate all of that jelly and you grew really big...

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-and you popped all over the house!

-No. Oh, Robert, hang on a minute.

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I'm not remembering.

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-HE WHISTLES

-Ah, Little Monster.

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Oh, oh, Little Monster's birthday.

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-Yes, we were getting ready for a party.

-Yes, yes, yes.

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-No, I'm not remembering.

-Look, we were doing this.

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-A chicken who can't whistle.

-What? No. Oh, Little Monster.

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-Look, look, look.

-Oh, we were blowing up balloons.

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I'm remembering. I'm remembering.

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Blow up the balloons, eh?

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Easy-peasy.

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Let's get going. Come on.

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Yeah.

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Ow! Oh!

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LAUGHTER

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Where's my blower-upper? Oh, yeah.

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Oh!

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PFFFFRT!

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LAUGHTER

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PRRRRRP!

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, look, look.

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Hey, what's going on?

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Oh!

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PRRRRRP!

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LAUGHTER

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LAUGHTER

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PFFFFRRRT!

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Oh, sir! Help! Help!

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PRRRRP!

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LAUGHTER

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Ah-ha!

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BOING! BOING! BOING!

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LAUGHTER

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LAUGHTER

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-What's this?

-Oh, look at that, sir. It's a picture for my memory wall.

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-Oh, look at that.

-Fantastic. There we are. Oh, hi, Little Monster.

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Robert, look. Little Monster has got another memory for you.

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PRRRRP!

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Oh, Little Monster, have you got another one of these?

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-Cor, I don't know. There we are, Robert.

-Thank you, sir.

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-Thank you, Little Monster. Oh, look at that.

-Brilliant.

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-Oh, my memory wall is looking fuller already.

-Ah-ha.

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Now, Robert, does this bring back any fond memories?

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-Nothing is coming to mind, sir, no.

-All right.

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Little Monster, hold that a minute. Right, oh, how about these?

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My bucket and sponge. I'm never far from my cleaning products.

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They could have been used for mess any time in Justin's House.

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Don't you remember? The lifetime supply of car polish and oils?

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It's a complete robot pampering kit. Oh, wait, I do. I remember.

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Little Monster won them at the Justin Town vehicle show.

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Yes, but don't you remember we entered you as a vehicle?

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A Robert Reliant.

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With your favourite scientist there, you know, Nina?

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Oh, no. Oh, dear. Oh, I'm remembering. I'm remembering!

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-Oh, we can't see that again. No!

-I think it is a bit too late, Robert.

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I think you are remembering it already.

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-ACHOO!

-Sorry.

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Oh, yes, I'm ready.

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Ooh!

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Ah!

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Sir. A word.

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-What is it? I'm busy.

-You didn't tell me Nina was the judge.

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I didn't know she was the judge either.

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She just turned up and told me.

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But she is a serious scientist. I look ridiculously...

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Fantastic.

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-What?

-Yes.

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-Ridiculously fantastic.

-Oh, let's have a look at your lights.

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Very good, Very good. Tick.

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-Do you have a bumper?

-Oh, yes. Bump.

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Oh, a bumper on your botty.

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-And read the sticker.

-Oh, "Beep if you love science."

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BEEP!

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Oh, and you have a horn too. Tick.

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-What about windscreen wipers?

-Oh, yes. One, two.

-Tick. Oh. Oh.

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-There seems to be something missing from this vehicle.

-Ah, yes, Nina.

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Don't worry. It needs a touch of class, Robert.

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I'll just get these fluffy-wuffy dice.

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No dice.

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Oh, come on, Robert. There you go. Let's pop those on there, like so.

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I'm afraid there is something else missing from this vehicle.

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Wheels!

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-ALL:

-Wheels!

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-Wheels.

-Wheels? Nina, you are a joker. Of course we have got...

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-Where are the wheels?

-I'm so sorry, sir.

-Oh, I don't know.

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All right. I'll ring Wheels On Wheels, I suppose.

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-What's the number?

-Oh, two.

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RINGING

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It's ringing, everyone. Hello, is that Wheels On Wheels?

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-HIGH-PITCHED:

-'Wheels On Wheels, whee!'

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Can I order two wheels for a Robert Reliant?

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'I'll send them round right away!' OK. Bye! 'Bye, I love you!'

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-There you go.

-DOORBELL RINGS

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That was wheel-ly fast, wasn't it, everyone?

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I wonder who is going to deliver them. Oh, look, everyone. It's Will.

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A big hello to Will.

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-ALL:

-Hello.

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Thanks, Will. Great.

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Now, warning -

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don't try this on your bikes. Leave it to the experts.

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Take it away, Will.

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Yeah! All right!

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CHEERING

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Oh!

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Did you see that?

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-Here it goes.

-Steady, steady. Oh!

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More ticks.

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Oh, yes!

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Whoa! Will! That was fantastic. A big cheer for Will.

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Oh, look at that. My memory is getting fuller. Oh, good.

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-Here's another picture. Oh, bad, it is me dressed as a car.

-With Nina.

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-That's perfect.

-No, no, sir.

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-I really think we should reconsider about this. But...

-Perfect.

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Another great memory, Robert.

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I'm sure we have a better picture than that.

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Oh, dear. Oh, yes, like that one, Little Monster.

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Oh, yes, look, a picture of a fancy shirt.

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I see what Little Monster is doing.

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-She's drawn a picture to try and jog your memory.

-Oh, yes.

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This reminds me of when

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we opened the House Of Justin department store. Remember?

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-And you wore this fancy shirt when you were the shop model.

-Did I?

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Yes. Look, we sold lots of items to Andy, remember? Like... Hang on.

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I'll draw them. What are these? Remember these?

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-Green fluffy wig.

-No.

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-A duster.

-No.

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-A big green ball of wool.

-No.

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-Cabbages.

-Oh.

-Yes.

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-And then we sold some buckets.

-No.

-Paint?

-It's not coming back to me.

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I think you will remember this. Cake.

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-Cake. I mean, we do love them, sir.

-Easy, easy.

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So, you remember the House Of Justin and all the items we sold?

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I remember opening the House Of Justin

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and trying to sell them, sir.

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But if I recall, a certain someone kept buying everything

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-we were trying to sell.

-Odd. I don't remember.

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Ground floor food hall. Cabbages and cake.

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Hey-up!

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Ground floor food hall. Cabbages and cake.

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LAUGHTER

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Whoa! What's going...?

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Next department, hardware. Buckets, dusters, paint.

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Next floor, hardware. Buckets... Hey!

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, deary me, Robert.

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First floor, clothing. Hats and fancy shirts.

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Oh, deary me.

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First floor, clothing. Fancy hats and shirts.

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Oh, this is a nice one, isn't it? Yes.

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House Of Justin, ready to go.

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House Of Justin, ready to...

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No!

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-What?

-What happened? I mean, look at the mess.

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-Oh, look at that, my memory machine is getting fuller.

-Great days.

-Yes.

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RUMBLE!

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-Was that me?

-No, I think it was me, Robert. Sorry.

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All these memories are making me feel quite hungry, actually.

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Everything makes you hungry, sir. But you are in my workshop.

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You're my guest and I am your host. Now, would you like a slice of...

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A slice of...cake?

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Yes, please, Robert. But just the tiniest of slices.

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Oh, all right, then, sir. There we go.

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Oh, no, no, that's far too big, Robert.

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-Just a bit across that way.

-How about there?

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-No, just a little bit back. Yes, that's perfect.

-Well done, sir.

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Very good. All right. There we go.

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Smashing. Thank you, Robert.

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I'll just take this bit.

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Robert, do you remember the time

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that we invited Roberta the robot over for supper?

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-Yes, I was the host, remember?

-No.

-No?

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Don't you remember? I fell off a chair

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and Little Monster was our splendid chef.

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-Oh, I'm remembering. I'm remembering!

-Oh, good.

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Where was I, sir?

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-Talking about Posh Nosh and generally panicking.

-Oh, my diodes.

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# Doo, doo, doo, doo, doo... #

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Oh, Nanny.

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-Oh, thank you, sir.

-Deary me. Now, calm down, Robert.

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You see, in the Justin Times today there are some top tips

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for Posh Nosh diners.

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We will help Robert, won't we, everyone?

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-ALL:

-Yeah!

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-You will?

-Yeah. I'll read them out.

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In fact, on second thoughts, why don't you read out the top tips

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and I'll be your Posh Nosh diner.

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'At Posh Nosh, we all make sure our dinner guests have a nice chair.'

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Oh, a chair. Thank you, Little Monster. There we are.

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-Very lovely chair.

-Very nice.

-Let's put that down there.

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'Your guest may wish to sit at the window.'

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Let's sit you at the window. There you are.

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Actually, yes, the window would be preferable.

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Or perhaps you would prefer our lovely garden.

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LAUGHTER

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'Whatever you do, always make sure your guest is comfortable.'

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-Are you comfortable, sir?

-Yes.

-What are you doing on the floor?

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What happened?

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You took the chair away and I fell on my bottom.

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Oh, sir, I can't go to Posh Nosh with Roberta.

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-What if she falls on the floor like you?

-Calm down.

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It is going to be fine. Now, carry on. What is the next top tip?

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All right. 'At Posh Nosh, we always give our guests a glass...'

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A glass. Oh, very good.

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-Thank you, Little Monster. A glass.

-Thank you.

-'..of water.' Of course.

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-I will have still, please.

-Very good.

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'At Posh Nosh, our water is only from the freshest mountain streams.'

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LAUGHTER

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'And a slice of lemon.

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'And ice cubes to make sure that it is always cold.'

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LAUGHTER

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It's cold!

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Oh, sir. Oh, this is harder than I thought.

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I can't take you to Posh Nosh. What if I soak Roberta?

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What do you mean? You have just soaked me. Oh, never mind.

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Calm down. It's going to be fine. What's the next top tip?

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All right.

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'At Posh Nosh we only give our guests the silkiest of napkins...'

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-ACHOO!

-Oh, well, thank you.

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-Here is your napkin.

-Ew!

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'..to make sure that if you drop any of our delicious food...'

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-Delicious food. Thank you.

-Yes?

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'..the napkin will stop your posh clothes getting...'

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-Yes?

-Oh, over the page.

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'..dirty.' Right. Very good.

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, oh, look. It has worked. My memory machine is full again.

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Oh, look at that.

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Oh, lots of lovely memories of balloons and friends

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and dusting and cars and cake.

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Oh, sir, would you like another cake as reward for helping me

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-bring back my memory?

-Oh, Robert, that's very kind but I'm very full.

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Well, actually, I'll just have a wafer-thin slice.

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-A tiny, tiny slice.

-Very good, sir. Very good. All right. Here we go.

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That looks a good one.

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Oh, bad. Oh. Oh.

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Thank you, Robert. Look, it doesn't matter.

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-The main thing is, you have got your memory back.

-Yes, sir.

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Oh, and there is one more thing to do. Fire up the old RMP1 player.

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I remember this bit, sir. And hit it.

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Come on.

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Well, Robert, we've had a great time today, haven't we?

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-Oh, we certainly have, sir.

-And we hope you have too.

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And there is only one thing left to say,

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and that is - see you next time in...

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BOTH: Justin's House!

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Justin Fletcher entertains a live audience of children with singing, dancing and comedy chaos. In this special episode, Justin, Robert and Little Robot remember some of the funniest things that have happened in Justin's house.


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