Back in Time Justin's House


Back in Time

Justin Fletcher entertains children at his house. Justin builds a time machine and transports everyone in the house back in time.


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JAUNTY MUSIC PLAYS

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SPLODGE!

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Quack! Quack! Quack!

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BOING! BOING!

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THEY ALL CHEER

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HE SNORTS

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CHEERING

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Oh!

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# A-dustin' for Justin

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# A-dustin' for Justin

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# A-dustin' for Justin in Justin's House #

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Well, hello everybody.

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AUDIENCE: Hello!

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And welcome to...

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-AUDIENCE: Justin's House!

-Yes, indeed, Justin's House.

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Justin's House looks the tidiest it has looked in ages.

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Even Little Monster put all of her dressing-up things

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into the dressing-up box.

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I did a lot of clearing up after Little Monster.

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THE KIDS SHOUT OUT

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What? Little Monster, yes.

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She put all her things all over the floor.

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"Little Monster."

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I know - that's what I shouted

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when I saw all of her things on the floor.

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-She's throwing things, isn't she?

-AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Little Monster you are the messiest person we know.

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You're not? Well, hang on a minute.

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If Little Monster isn't the messiest, who is?

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AUDIENCE: Justin!

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Did somebody call?

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THEY ALL CHEER

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# Wriggle your bottom

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# Shake and grin

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# It's cha-cha-cha cha-cha cha-cha #

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# Cha-cha-cha-cha-cha. #

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-Hi, Robert.

-Yes, hello, sir.

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Why are you in the dressing up box?

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Well, I'm dressing up! Give me a hand out, will you?

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That's it. There we are. Thank you.

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Yes, what do you think of my clothes? Do you like them?

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-AUDIENCE: Yes.

-Do you like them, Robert?

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It's nice but you could've tidied yourself up before you said hello.

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Whenever I turn my back for one second,

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this house just gets messier and messier and messier.

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Robert, what are you doing, making so much mess everywhere?

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What? I didn't... Oooh!

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Who wants to sing a song?

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-Robert, fire up the old RMP1 player.

-Firing up, sir.

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And...

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ALL: HIT IT!

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-Hitting it.

-Come on everyone, on your feet.

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-# Justin's House!

-#

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Yeah, all right

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-Woohoo!

-Here we go!

-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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# 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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# Heeeeeee's Justin!

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# Yeah! And this is my place. #

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Come on, everyone. Sing along!

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-# Justin's House

-It's the place you want to stay in

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-# Justin's House

-You're my special guest today

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-# Justin's House

-Is the place you want to play in

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

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Take it away, Robert.

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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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-Robert, flowers for you.

-Thank you, Sir.

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-# Justin's House

-Is the place you want to play in

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-# Justin's House

-You're my special guest today

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-# Justin's House

-Is the place you want to stay in

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# Everybody's welcome here in Justin's House

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

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# Justin's House! #

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-A big cheer!

-Well done, everybody.

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May I say, you were all perfectly tidy, unlike Justin.

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I just have to turn my back for two minutes

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and there is more mess, mess, mess, mess, mess.

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-Oh, sir!

-Robert, I'm looking everywhere.

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I'm trying to find my big Justin family tree book.

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I can't find it anywhere. Let's have a look.

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Sir, look. Please just step away.

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No! Stop it. Step away from the mess, please.

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-Robert, you'll never find it.

-Allow me. It's right here.

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It's on top. You weren't looking.

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-Is this in my book everyone?

-Yes.

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Be careful, it is heavy.

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Don't worry, Robert, I'm a big, strong boy. I will just take that.

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Argh!

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Oof!

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That's really heavy. Hang on a minute.

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HE GRUNTS

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It's heavy because it is full of so many facts about my family.

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Ow!

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Ooh!

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Sir, allow me.

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Thank you, Robert. That's better.

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-Now, may I, sir?

-Of course you can. Yes!

-All right.

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Hey-ah!

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Hey-oy!

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Wha-ay!

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Oh, yes, I'll have a toy train, I'll have a ball and some more toys.

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-Will you get off?

-I thought you were Santa.

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Let's open up Justin's family tree book. Here we go.

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BOOK CREAKS

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JUSTIN CHUCKLES

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Ah, that is my great, great, great, great, great uncle,

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Sir Justin A Lot Of Mess.

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He sounds great, sir.

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Ah, he was great. He was a great, great, great knight.

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There's my great, great, great, great uncle

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and Little Monster's great, great, great auntie

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with your great, great, great uncle.

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I wonder if things were different in Justin's House way back then?

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Ah, sadly, we can only guess what it was like.

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-Hang on a minute, that gives me an idea.

-Does it?

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Yeah! I could build a time machine and we could go back in time.

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-What do you think?

-AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Would you like to be time travellers with us?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Right, Robert, I am going to need your workshop and all of your tools.

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No. Hang on, don't make a mess in there. I've tidied it up.

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If you're going to use my tools,

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put them back in their designated positions.

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I've done an outline that you can put them in.

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Oh, dear. Are you OK?

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Yes, coming through. Thank you.

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That's it. There we go.

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-Robert, look! This is my time machine.

-Wow.

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If my calculations are right,

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we can take Justin's House back in time.

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Perhaps you can take us back to a time when it wasn't messy.

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-Do you think it'll work, everyone?

-AUDIENCE: Yes.

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First of all, we need a picture of Sir Justin.

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-I can do that.

-Pop that on there like so.

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Excellent. I'll just check the duck capacitor.

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Everyone hold onto the rails because we are going to travel back in time.

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I will hit the button. It's working. Ready, everyone?

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-Here we go.

-Everyone count along. Here we go!

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# Back in time, back in time

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# Back in time, back in time

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# Back in time, back in time

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# Back in time, back in time

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# Back in time, back in time #

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We are going to land!

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Oh, we've landed. Oh...

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Let me just check if all of our time travellers are OK.

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-Are you OK?

-AUDIENCE: Yes.

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That's good. Hang on, are you sure you we've travelled in time?

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Everything just looks the same.

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Yes, you've got to remember the whole of Justin's House

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has travelled back in time, too.

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I'm going to check outside to see if I can find

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my great, great, uncle, Sir Justin A Lot of Mess.

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All rights sir, do be careful,

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you never know what you might find out there in the olden days

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because according to the old book here, there be dragons.

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Forward! Forward! Ha-ha!

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Easy, easy. Hello there, Robert.

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Justin, why are you talking in that ridiculous...? Wait a minute!

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That's not Justin.

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If I'm not mistaken, that's...

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It is! It's Sir Justin a Lot of Mess.

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-Say hello!

-AUDIENCE: Hello.

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Hello! Yes, hello.

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Sire, it's lovely to meet a noble member of Justin's family.

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That bucket of water, is that for your trusty steed to drink?

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No, of course it's not. You should know that.

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It's for dragons.

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Yes, yes, I put out the fire with this water.

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If you see any dragons everyone, shout out.

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AUDIENCE: Over there.

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-Oh, Little Monster.

-I'll get my water.

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Little Monster, there are dragons...

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-Oh, no. What's going on?

-I missed.

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-What are you doing?

-I'm trying to find a dragon.

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If you see the dragon again, everyone, let me know.

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THEY ALL SHOUT OUT

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Over there. Right OK, I'm on it.

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That's not a dragon! No!

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Too messy.

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Oh, too slow!

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I don't know, any more dragons anywhere?

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THE CHILDREN CALL OUT

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-There's one over there.

-That's not a dragon!

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I'm on it.

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Oh dear, too slow again, Robert. Look, I've run out of water.

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Oh, dear.

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Never mind, I'll go to Ye Olde Well and fill up again.

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-All right.

-See you later, everyone. Goodbye!

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-Forward!

-'Bye.

-To the water well.

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-Forward!

-Bye, Sir Justin A Lot.

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Well, that was interesting, meeting Sir Justin A Lot of Mess.

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But he was rather messy, wasn't he? And rather wet.

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Robert. Robert.

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Oh, no! No more water, Sir Justin A Lot of Mess.

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-Why are you calling me that?

-You missed it.

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Sir Justin A Lot of Mess was here. He made a lot of mess, didn't he?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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-I don't believe it.

-Never mind.

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There's a lot of family members in your book.

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Good idea, let's open it up

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and see who we are going to have a look at.

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Here's an interesting-looking fellow. He looks tidy.

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-Yes, he was very tidy but he was also very stinky.

-What was that?

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Nothing, that is my great, great, great, great uncle,

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Justinardo De Stinky.

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-He was a great investor like you.

-An inventor? Like me?

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Wonderful! Did he invent something wonderful, sir?

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Yes, it's really was wonderful and very useful.

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It was the first, er...

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-(custard pie.)

-Sorry, I missed that.

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-He invented the custard pie, Robert.

-Of course he did.

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-Shall we go and visit him, everyone?

-AUDIENCE: Yes!

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All right. Come on then, let's set the Justin Time, shall we?

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Bring the picture over here.

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We'll put in Justinardo De Stinky and set the co-ordinates.

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There we are.

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

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-We're off, everyone.

-Here we go. Sing along.

-Yeah.

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# Back in time, back in time, 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.

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-We've landed.

-Is everyone OK?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Sir, I am so excited to be meets Justinardo De Stinky.

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Think of all the wonderful inventing secrets he could share with us!

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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 then we can clean up before Justinardo De Stinky arrives.

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That's very kind of you but you don't want to miss your uncle.

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Sir!

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HE HUMS

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Oh, Roberto!

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Hang on, Justin, weren't you just in...?

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Wait a minute! It's Justinardo De Stinky, everybody. Say hello.

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AUDIENCE: Hello.

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Oh! Oh, dear. You really are stinky.

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-I've got a fantastic invention to show you.

-Oh, really, sir?

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Is it a machine that sucks up dust or an automatic plate stacker?

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

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It is a custard pie flying machine!

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Ta-dah!

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HE CHUCKLES

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-Of course it is.

-Yes, who wants to see my custard pie flying machine?

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-They all do.

-Are you sure about this? It sounds very messy.

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Here it is. A-ha.

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Da-da-da-dah!

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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 high into the sky.

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-Do you want to see it work?

-AUDIENCE: Yes.

-No, no!

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All right then, here we go.

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HE GRUNTS

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Hang on. It's not working properly, can you give me a hand, please?

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Anything for science.

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-I'll make adjustments.

-So if I pull down like that...

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SPLODGE!

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LAUGHTER

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Robert, yes, it seems to be working now.

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-I'm dreadfully sorry.

-Thank you very much, Robert.

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We need to get another custard pie.

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-Have we got another one?

-We seem to be out of custard pies.

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Never mind, I'll go to Ye Olde Bakery Shop...

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-HE BREAKS WIND

-Ugh!

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..and find out if I can get some more pies.

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Yes, yes. Before I go, I'd better hide my invention.

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All great inventors like to keep their invention nice and safe

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in a secret place.

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OK, Robert. High five.

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I'm off, everyone. Bye!

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AUDIENCE: Bye.

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Oh, dear, he's so stinky. Oh, Little Monster, what are you doing?

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No! No more custard pies, otherwise Justinardo De Stinky

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will just send them flying through the air

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with his custard pie flying machine and we can't have any more mess.

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There we are.

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You know, I am beginning to think messiness runs in Justin's family.

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I found a broom!

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HE COUGHS

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It's stinky in here, what is that smell?

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-It was your great, great uncle Justinardo.

-De Stinky?

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Yes, he was-y. He was your messiest relatively yet!

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Oh. I didn't miss my uncle, did I, everyone?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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I'm so sorry, sir. Never mind.

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Why don't we take another big look in your bumper family tree book

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-and see if we can find anybody else?

-Right.

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Now, this looks like a tidy fellow. Who is that?

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That's was my great, great, great uncle, Long Johns Justin,

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the not-so-famous pirate. Ha-har!

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Ah, yes!

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He looks very, very, tidy, sir. Do you know what?

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You know, I've got a good feeling about this time.

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Bring the picture, and I'll set the Justin Timer

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and we'll see if we can find Long Johns Justin.

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Pop that in there. I'll set the co-ordinates.

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-Here we go.

-There we are.

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-All I need to do now is check the duck capacitor.

-Quack!

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We're off. Hold on tight to the rails, everyone!

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-Here we go, everybody.

-Join in.

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# Back in time, 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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I think we're coming to land, everyone!

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Right, Robert, I think I'm going to stay here on this spot.

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I don't want to miss out on meeting my great uncle Long Johns Justin.

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Oh, no.

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ICE CREAM VAN JINGLE

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AUDIENCE: Ice cream! Ice cream! Ice cream!

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What was that, Robert?

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I think it was Ye Olde Ice Creame Carte, sir.

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Who wants an ice cream?

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ALL: Me!

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-I want one!

-I'll get as many ice creams as I can.

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Can I have a raspberry ripple with extra sprinkles?

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Do be quick about it because what if you miss

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your great, great, great, great, uncle Long Johns Justin?

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Yo-ho-ho! Ho-ho-ho, a-yo-ho-ho!

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He's right behind me, isn't he?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Dah! Oh, it's Long Johns Justin, everybody. Say hello.

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AUDIENCE: Hello.

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Hello. I've been looking for treasure all day - I'm exhausted!

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I'll pop this map down here.

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If you are exhausted, why don't you sit down on the sofa,

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pop your feet up and I'll make you a nice supper.

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OH!

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What are you doing?! No!

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What are you doing, Long Johns Justin?

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No! Stop digging up the floor!

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That's my parquet floor. What are you doing?

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I am looking for my treasure. I think it might be here.

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It's not around here!

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This is the messiest time in Justin's House ever.

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Right, that does it. Stop it! No, stop it! That's my wooden floor!

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Argh! No!

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Long Johns Justin!

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Might I suggest you go digging for treasure outside, please!

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All right, all right. Arrr!

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-Robert!

-Oh, no, no more digging inside the house, Long Johns Justin!

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-Robert!

-No, no, Long Johns Justin!

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What? Why are you calling me Long Johns Justin?

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I'm calling you that

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because I've just swept him out of the front door.

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What?! Did I just miss Long Johns Justin?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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He was your messiest relative yet.

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You have made a mess but at least you never dug up the house!

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-No, I don't think we'll ever find a tidy time, do you?

-No.

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I got you an ice cream.

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Robert, shall we go back to the future where we belong?

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-I think we should.

-Come on, let's go back to the Time Machine.

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We need the picture from the front of the album.

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Right, everyone, I'm going to set the coordinates. Here we go.

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Look, everybody - happy times.

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Yes, there we go.

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Hold onto the rails, everyone.

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Here we go. We're going FORWARD in time, everybody.

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Just press the button, there we are, we're off, everyone.

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Forward in time, everybody. Here we go.

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# Forward in time, forward in time, forward in time, forward in time

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# Forward in time, forward in time forward in time

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# Forward in time. #

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We're coming into land, Robert. Here we go.

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Oh, we've landed.

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Hang on a minute, I think we're back in Justin's House!

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THEY ALL CHEER

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And, sir, listen.

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Oh, it's all quiet.

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Oh, brilliant.

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-Robert, I'll help you tidy up the house.

-Well, thank you, sir.

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And Little Monster is dusting. Thank you.

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Hang on a minute, who does this map belong to?

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-Oh. That's Long Johns Justin's treasure map.

-Treasure map?!

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It says here that X marks the spot.

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There's an X in the house with a treasure. Can anyone see an X?

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-AUDIENCE: Yes.

-Where is it?

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Little Monster, have you got a shovel I could borrow?

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-A-ha.

-No, sir, no more digging, please!

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Oh, no, sir, don't.

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That's where Justin A Lot soaked Little Monster!

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It's also where Justinardo De Stinky

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buried his famous custard pie flying machine.

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Ugh! It's covered me in custard pies!

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Robert, I don't think we're ever going to find a tidy time, are we?

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No, I don't think we are, sir. It's perfect! I will start tidying.

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-Excellent, ready for me to make a big mess again.

-Yes.

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Before we clean up, would you like to sing a song?

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Would you like to sing a song?

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AUDIENCE: Yes.

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Excellent stuff. Fire up the old RMP1 player.

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-Firing up sir.

-And...

-Hit it.

-Come on everyone, here we go.

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# Way down in Justin Town many years ago

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# A dinosaur was rocking and the good times rolled

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# He rocked and he bopped and he never stopped

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# The dinosaur was rocking all around the clock

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# Go, go, go dino, go, go go stomping and a-bopping

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# Bobbing and a-stomping Go, go dino, go, go, go

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# Dinosaurs are rocking and the good times roll.#

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Robert!

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# Way down in Justin Town many years ago

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# A dragon was rocking and the good times roll

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# He rolled and he bopped and he never stopped

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# The dragon was rocking around the clock

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# Go, go, dragon, go, go, go

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# Roaring and a-bopping, bopping and a-roaring

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# Go, go, dragon, go, go, go

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# Dragon was rocking and the good times roll. #

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Come on, let's hear you.

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# Way down in Justin Town just about right now,

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# Justin's House was rocking and the good time roll

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# We wiggled and we bopped and we never stopped

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# Justin's House was rocking all around the clock

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# Go, go, go, everybody go, wiggling and a-bopping

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# Bopping and a-wiggling Go, go, go, everybody go

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# Everybody's rocking and the good times roll

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# Go, go, go, everybody go Wiggling and a-bopping,

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# Bopping and a-wiggling Go, go, go, everybody go

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# Everybody's rocking, let the good times roll

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# Yeah. #

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-Well done, everybody.

-Wow, you have been fantastic time travellers.

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-Have you had a good time?

-AUDIENCE:Yes.

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And we'll see you next time in Justin's House.

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-Bye-bye.

-Bye.

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Justin Fletcher entertains a live audience of children with singing, dancing and comedy chaos. He is helped by Robert the robot butler, Little Monster and unicycling delivery lady Dee Livery. Justin builds a time machine and transports everyone in the house back in time, meeting a few familiar-looking ancestors along the way!


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