Pie Cam Justin's House


Pie Cam

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Little Monster has an invention that helps everyone laugh at some of the messiest times in Justin's house.


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CHILDREN LAUGH

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CHILDREN CHEER

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ZEBRA NEIGHS AND SNORTS

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Generic drum track!

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# My name is Robert I love to dust

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# Dust, dust, dust

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# In the house of Just... # Word up.

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Oh, hello, Little Monster, what did you think of my dusting rap?

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Cheeky! I made it up for our guests

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the next time they visit. I think they're going to like it.

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Hang on, what are you up to? No, no, you don't! You know the rules.

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No messy things in my workshop. This is the one place

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that I can come to avoid the mess of Justin's house.

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Oh, Robert! Ha-ha-ha!

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-Hi, Robert, good to see you.

-Hello.

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I was wondering if I could eat my extra-small bowl

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of munchy, crunchy flakes in here.

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-So long as you don't make any mess, sir.

-Oh, no, I won't, Robert.

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Oh, hi, Little Monster. How are you?

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Oh! Too messy for my workshop.

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Oh! Sorry, Robert.

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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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-Robert, get the door.

-Can't you get it, sir? I'll be busy

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putting my workshop to the way it should be -

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a haven of peace and tidiness.

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-Yes, I suppose I did spill the odd flake or two.

-Yes, one or two, yes!

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All right, I'll go and get it. (This time.)

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Oh. Look at that.

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JUSTIN GRUNTS

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Oh, agh! Oh, hi, you two, look at all of this post.

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-Who's it all from?

-I don't know. Shall we read one of the letters?

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Oh, here's one. Right.

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It says here, "Dear Justin, Robert and Little Monster.

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"So many funny things have happened in your house,

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"I'd love to see some of them again.

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-"Lots of love from Ida Down and Neil Down."

-Oh, very good.

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Well, it looks like Little Monster thinks it's a good idea.

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How are we going to see all of those funny things again?

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Ah! Not the pie, Little Monster,

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it's too messy. What? What?

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You've invented a pie-cam

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and recorded everything in Justin's house on it?

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Well, I have to say, I'm impressed.

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I thought I was the only inventor in this house.

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I suppose, if we could connect the pie-cam to the screen,

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we could see what's been recorded. Where are my tools?

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Ah, right. Oh, I get it, Little Monster. Right.

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Ah.

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All right... Oh.

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Yes, I think inventor Little Monster is one step ahead of you, Robert.

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All right then, we just need to make the pie play back footage.

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If I turn it to 402 megahertz, it probably...

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Oh, or we could do that. Well done, Little Monster.

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-CHILDREN: Justin's house!

-Yeah.

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Justin's house!

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-Let's see you bopping up and down!

-Justin's house!

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Yeah.

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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!

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-# You're my special guests today

-Justin's house!

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# It's the place you want to stay in

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-# Everybody's welcome here in...

-Justin's house!

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DING-DONG

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# There's Robert the Robot and Little Monster too

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# And someone else We think you know who

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# He's funny and sunny Has a smile on his face

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-# He's...

-Justin!

-Yay!

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# And this is my place #

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-Sing along, 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 guests today!

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-# Justin's house!

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

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

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-Whoo!

-DING-DONG

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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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-Sing along, everyone.

-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's welcome here in

-Justin's house!

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-One more time.

-Oh, I think they want to, 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 guests today

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# Justin's house!

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# Is the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody is welcome here in Justin's house!

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# Everybody's welcome here

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# In Justin's

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# Justin's house!

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-Yay!

-Aw!

-Wasn't that lovely?

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We got to sing the Justin's House song again.

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I must say, Little Monster, it is very good.

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-A tidier use for a custard pie than usual.

-Yeah, all right, Robert.

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What is it, Little Monster? Oh, you want to read another letter?

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Let's see what's in this one. Agh!

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-Oh, nearly pulled the paint off!

-Oh, deary me.

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Ahem. Right, this one says, "Dear Dustbin..." Dustbin!

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ROBERT CHUCKLES

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-I'm sure that they mean "Justin".

-I wouldn't be too sure!

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Anyway, it says, "Please, please, please could you

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-"and...Rabbit the Robot..."

-Rabbit the Robot?

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-Ha-ha! Boing, boing, boing!

-All right. Get on with it.

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It says... "And, of course, the wonderfully funny Little Monster."

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Hmm!

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"Could you show us some more funny moments from Dustbin's House?"

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-"Best wishes, Russell Sprout."

-Russell Sprout? Ooh.

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Well, I suppose we could...

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Oh, well, I guess that answers it.

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I've got one! Oh!

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LAUGHTER

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Hang on a minute, I'll try to... Eh!

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-Try it the other way round, sir.

-OK.

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Ah, this way, that's better, I'll just go.. Whoa!

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Hang on a minutes, I'll just climb under here.

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-Wait a second, there you go.

-No, let me help you, sir. Coming through.

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Wey-hey! What are you doing? Get out of it.

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Oh, I can't believe it. Where's he gone now? Oh!

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Right, OK, let's give it a good pull after three. No, no, Robert,

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-we're all right. Will you help us count to three?

-ALL: Yes!

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Sir, all I have to do...

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OK. I'll just do some warming up.

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-Here we go, ready, everyone?

-No, but, sir...

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ALL: One, two, three.

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Here we go.

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Hey, hey, hey! Ow! Agh!

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Robert! Look, could you take this ladder?

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-Right, can you help me up?

-Of course.

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Look, hold onto this.

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-I'm sorry, sir.

-Really. Now, you go and get the paint.

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-All right.

-Er! Oh!

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Oh. Really.

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-Now...

-What do I need?

-"Remember to stir carefully."

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I need to get some brushes. Let's see.

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Oh! It's all right, it's all right.

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Robert, what are you doing?

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There's no time to mess around, is there, everyone?

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ALL: No!

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We have got some painting...

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Whoa! Ooh!

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Are you sure that ladder's safe, sir,

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it does look little, well, rickety.

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-Yes. This ladder's safe, isn't it, everyone?

-No!

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Yes, I made it this morning in your workshop.

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Now, I'm going to climb up the top,

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then we can get on with the paint... Oh!

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, I have to hand it to Mr Joe King.

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-That was funny, sir.

-It was.

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Especially when you broke the ladder. Whoo! Oh!

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All right. OK, Robert, I remember.

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What? Another letter, Little Monster?

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We've got time for another. Oh, Robert, look at this one!

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Ugh. Hang on a minute, this one's for you, Little Monster.

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What does it say?

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-It says, "Dear the great and famous Little Monster..." Hmm.

-What?

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Um, "You are so brilliant,

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"they really should call it Little Monster's House.

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-That does have a ring to it. What?!

-Wait a second.

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It says, "The most brilliant thing you do is get Justin

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"really, really, really, really, really, really messy.

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"I would love to see Justin getting messy again,

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"yours truly, Cliff Face."

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-Cliff Face?

-Yes!

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Well, sir, I'm not sure seeing you getting messy is...

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-Oh, no.

-Oh, too late.

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-TV:

-Robert, look what's at the door.

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It is a scrum-diddly-umptious birthday cake.

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Be careful with it, sir. We have to decorate it.

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-We need to write "Happy birthday" on it.

-Of course.

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-How do we write that, everyone? What do we use?

-Icing!

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Of course. We need some whirly, swirly, curly icing.

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Are you sure about this, sir?

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-Yes, I can do it, can't I, everyone?

-Yes!

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Remember, on your birthday, you spelt your own name wrong.

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-For a day we thought we lived in "Dustbin's house".

-Er...

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-I'm not called Dustbin, am I?

-No!

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I'll get it right this time. Icing bag, please.

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-Here you are, sir, icing bag.

-Yes, there it is.

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It's a bit heavy, isn't it? Right, OK, stand back, everyone.

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I am a professional, Robert. Right. I'm now going to ice the cake.

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Here we go.

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LAUGHTER

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Um, it's all right, sir, it's all right, I have another one.

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-Here we are.

-Sorry about that, everyone. It must have been faulty.

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-I don't know how it happened, sir.

-Right. Here we go.

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I'm going to draw "Happy birthday".

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-I'll be here, sir.

-All right. Here we go.

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A one, two, three. I'll just...

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SQUEALING AND LAUGHTER

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-Have you got any more icing?

-I have a third one, sir.

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I promise this is guaranteed.

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Right, I'm going to put... Ah.

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Hang on a minute, I'm not going to make the same mistake.

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-I'll turn it around this way.

-But, sir...

-Here we go.

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One, two, three.

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LAUGHTER

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-I didn't see that coming, really I didn't.

-What are we going to do?

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I have one other, sir.

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But, look, it's green, that's perfect, isn't it?

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-Just like Little Monster, isn't it, everyone?

-Yes!

-All right.

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-Let's give this a go. Ready.

-Be careful, sir.

-Yes, yes, yes.

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There we go, everyone. How about that?

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Yes!

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That is perfect for Little Monster's birthday party.

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-Oh!

-Oh, the cake is ruined.

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Now, don't worry, Little Monster.

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How many balloons have you blown up? Have you blown them all up?

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No? Why don't you go and do that and we'll take care of this.

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I promise, it'll be fine, Little Monster, it'll be fine.

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-Oh, dear, sir, what are we going to do? The cakes are...

-Ta-da!

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Amazing! Everybody, with the green fur and the bow

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and the eyes and the smile, who does it look like?

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-Little Monster!

-That's right.

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You have single-handedly saved Little Monster's birthday party.

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PARTY BLOWER SOUNDS

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Oh, Robert!

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THEY LAUGH

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Oh, Clifford, good choice, good choice.

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-Do you know what, sir, it is very funny when you get messy.

-Yes.

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But how come it's always me that gets messy, you two, eh?

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Oh, um, I...

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Oh, look at that, sir, another letter. Let's have a look here.

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-Um...

-What does it say?

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It's says, "Dear everyone at Justin's house."

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-Ooh, that's us.

-Yes.

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"I enjoy watching you all so much that I wish

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"I could go back in time and watch you all over again.

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"Your good friend, Dinah Saur."

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Dinah Saur? Go back in time?

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Do you know what, it does remind me of the time

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-when we all went...

-BOTH: Back in time.

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-TV:

-Set the co-ordinates. There we are.

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Right, and I'll check the duck capacitor. Here we go.

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-We're off, everyone.

-Here we go. Sing along.

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(TO "DOCTOR WHO" THEME) # Back in time, back in time

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# Back in time, back in time Back in time, back in time... #

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Robert, I think we're coming into land. Everyone!

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BOTH: Oh!

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-We've landed.

-Is everyone OK?

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ALL SHOUT

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Sir, I am so excited to meet Justinardo de Stinky.

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Think of the wonderful, ye olde inventing secrets he could share.

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I know, but it's a bit messy in Justin's house.

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I'll go and see if I can find a broom

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and we will clean up before Justinardo de Stinky arrives.

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Hang on, sir, that's very kind of you,

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but you don't want to miss your Uncle Justinardo.

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But, sir!

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HE HUMS A TUNE

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-Oh, Roberto!

-Hang on, Justin. Weren't you just in...

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Wait a minute!

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It's Justinardo de Stinky, everybody. Say hello.

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-Hello!

-Hello!

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Oh, dear, you really are stinky.

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I've got a fantastic invention to show you.

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Really, sir, is it a machine that sucks up dust,

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or an automatic plate stacker?

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No, it's a lot more fun than that.

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It's a custard-pie flying machine.

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-Ta-da!

-HE CHUCKLES

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-Of course it is.

-Yes, yes.

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-Who wants to see my custard-pie flying machine?

-Me!

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-See, they all do.

-Are you sure about this?

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-It sounds very messy.

-Right, here it is, a-ha. Da-da-da-daa!

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-Oh!

-What happens is, you pull the lever down here like so

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and the custard pie flies into the sky. Do you want to see it?

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-Yes!

-No, no!

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Here we go.

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HE GRUNTS

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Hang on, Robert, it's not working properly.

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-Can you give me a hand, please?

-All right, sir. Anything to aid science.

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It's stuck here? So if I just pull down like that...

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LAUGHTER

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Oh, look at that.

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A letter has fallen out of the post bag.

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-Perhaps we should read this next, sir.

-All right. Off you go, Robert.

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Let's have a look.

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Um... Oh, that's very neat and educated handwriting, sir.

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"Dear Robert the robot, you are so talented

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"and clever and a brilliant inventor.

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"They should call it Robert's House.

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-I mean, it does have a ring to it.

-Give me that letter.

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Oh, what does it say? Blahdy, blahdy, blah.

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"Robert should be king."

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Blahdy blah. "Robert the movie."

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"Should make a statue in the town hall."

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Blah... "Justin needs a bath." Hang on a minute.

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It says here, "Why, oh, why, oh, why are things always

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"so messy when Justin is around?

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"Even when he's trying to be tidy?

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-"Your humble servant, Jobert."

-Yes, good question, Jobert.

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Right, Little Monster, now, this can only go one way and that's my way.

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OK? So I'm going to give you a bath. Stay still. I'll just... Oh!

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-She's gone, where is she? Has anyone seen her?

-There!

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Little Monster. Quick. Come here!

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Oh, no! I don't believe it. Have you seen her? Where?

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Ooh, she's over there. Right, I'll get her. Little Monster, come here!

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Oh!

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Ooh! Where is she?

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-Have you seen her?

-There!

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All right, here we are. It's bath time. Come here.

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Oh. Hey!

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-Where?

-There!

-Right, that's it, Little Monster.

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Quiet, everyone. I've only got one chance at this.

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Here we go. After three. One, two...

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How's it going in here, sir?

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Oh, well. Very good, very good. Yes.

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-Um, Robert.

-Yes, sir.

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-There seems to be another letter from the mail bag.

-Really?

-Yes.

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-Shall we read it?

-All right.

-All right. Oh, it's for me. Justin.

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It's got scruffy handwriting, sir.

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You'll find that people with handwriting like this

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are usually very creative and talented.

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-Hmm.

-Shall we read on?

-You can try, sir.

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Right, it says, "Dear Justin the great,

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"you are the funniest, most handsome, tidiest person

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"in Justin Town."

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Well, really, you shouldn't.

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No, they really shouldn't. Give me that here.

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Yada, yada, yada. "Voice of an angel."

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Yada, yada. "Brighter than the sun." Yada, yada.

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"Quite clearly in possession of super powers."

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Um, yes, now, "I couldn't help

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"but notice that it always seems to be you that gets messy, Justin.

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"How come, with all the custard pies flying all over the place,

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"Robert never seems to get pied?

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"Your good friend," there's a "J" crossed out here, "Rustin."

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Well, I do think that what was his name,

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Rustin has got a good point.

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In fact, I can only remember one time when you got pied.

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Well... Ah, Little Monster, don't you dare.

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I don't think anybody needs to see the time I got...

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Splatted! Ha-ha.

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All right, everybody, we're going to snooze now.

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# When you're dozy

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# And oh so cosy

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# You start to snore

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# Snore, snore, 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

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# Nothing seems quite the same when you snooze

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# What you see and what you do

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-# You choose!

-Yeah.

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# Little Monster steered a boat

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-# And Justin nearly got soaked. #

-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 dreamland.

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# When you're dozy

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# And oh so cosy

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# You start to snore

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# Snore, snore, 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

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# A tidy Justin, if you please... #

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Tidy?!

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# In your dreams what you see

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# Is really up to you

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# I caught a star Make a wish

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# My dream just came true. #

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Here we go, back to dreams.

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# When you're dozy

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# And oh so cosy

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# You start to snore

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# Snore, snore, snore

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-# There's a land to explore.

-Come on, everyone!

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# In the land of dreams nothing seems

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-# Quite the same when you snooze

-Yeah!

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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!

-Oh!

-Yeah!

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# In your dreams nothing seems

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# Quite same when you snooze

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# Catch a star, make a wish

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# Your dreams can come true #

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A-ha!

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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,

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-wasn't it, everyone?

-Yes!

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Are you sure, sir? 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?

-Yes!

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-Are you sure?

-Yes!

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Ha-ha! Robert, we've got a custard pie for you.

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Oh, sir.

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-You'd like to make my dream come true?

-Well, yes.

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All right.

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Oh, thank you, Robert.

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-Hand it over, sir.

-You know what? No.

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You're our best friend, Robert. We've got a bigger pie for you.

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-What?

-A-ha!

-Oh! Oh!

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-Here it is.

-Oh!

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-Right, let's ask our friends. Shall I?

-Yes!

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-I can't hear them, Robert. Shall I?

-Yes!

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-Let's count to three.

-ALL: One, two, three.

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Robert!

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LAUGHTER

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There!

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A big cheer for Robert.

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HE LAUGHS

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Robert!

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Oh, that was funny. What would you say?

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"Oh, dot my diodes!"

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-I'll dot your diodes!

-It was funny, though.

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All right, it was funny.

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Actually, do you know what the really funny thing is?

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Apart from the letters that were clearly written by you and me...

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-All right.

-All of the other letters had the same handwriting.

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-Yes, that is strange.

-If I'm not mistaken,

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I would say the other letters were written by...

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BOTH: Little Monster.

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Oh!

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All right, your letters were very funny, Little Monster.

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But even more impressive was your pie-cam.

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-Wow! I mean, really good invention.

-It was.

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Isn't it funny, sir, it looks like a genuine custard...

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Pie! Ah!

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I think it's time to go, don't you, Robert?

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-I think we should, yes.

-All right.

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Thanks for joining us, everyone, and we'll definitely see you

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next time in Justin's house! Bye-bye.

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd.

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Justin Fletcher entertains a live audience of children with singing, dancing and comedy chaos. Little Monster has a brilliant new invention that helps everyone laugh all over again at some of the messiest times in Justin's house.


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