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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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