Just the Part Justin's House


Just the Part

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Chris and Pui want to put on a play in Justin Town and Justin's house is the perfect place to do it.


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Quack! Quack!

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Neigh!

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Neigh!

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Justin!

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Justin!

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Justin, look what I've... Oh!

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Oh, hello, everybody!

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KIDS: Hello!

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-And welcome to...

-KIDS: Justin's house!

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Yes, that's right. Now, talking of Justin, have you seen him?

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KIDS: No!

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Oh, dear. I wanted to show him this. It's my original robot music player.

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It's very old. I built it

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before I invented my robot music player one.

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Shall we see if it still works?

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KIDS: Yes!

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Little Monster, perfect timing. Would you turn that handle, please?

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This is Dustin' For Justin. Remember to sing along.

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Oh, there we go.

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# Dustin' for Justin

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# Dustin' for Justin

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# Dustin' for Justin

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# In Justin's House! #

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Very good. Play it again, Little Monster!

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# Dustin' for Justin

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-# Dustin' for Justin... #

-RECORD SLOWS

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Keep going, Little Monster!

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What's the matter? Why won't you turn it?

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We were having fun.

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# Da-da-da. #

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Ha-ha ha!

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Hi, everyone!

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KIDS: Hello!

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Now, have you seen Robert and Little Monster?

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KIDS: Yes!

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Where are they? There they are.

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Hang on a minute. Why are they arguing?

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Little Monster, Robert, what's up?

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Sir! Little Monster won't help me sing my song!

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Why don't we sing a song together? What do you think, everyone?

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-KIDS: Yeah!

-Fire up the old RMP1 player.

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-All right, sir. Firing up.

-And, hit it!

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Hitting it, sir.

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Come on, everyone! Up on your feet. Here we go!

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KIDS: Justin's house! Justin's house!

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Here we go. Sing along with us! 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! #

-Yep!

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# And this is my place... # Sing along, come on! 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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-Yeah, take it away, Robert!

-# We sit here and dance here

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# 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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Come on, everyone. As loud as you can!

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

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# Justin's house! #

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Have a big huge cheer!

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Well done. Very good, very good.

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Ah, Robert. Weren't they all in fine voice today?

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Oh, they certainly were, sir, so why don't we see another song?

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-Would you like to sing another song?

-KIDS: Yeah!

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All right, then. Well, fire up the old...

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Ah-ah! Robot music player winding up, sir.

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-What?

-This is my original robot music player.

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I was trying to tell you about it. I've your song on it.

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Oh, OK! Play it.

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Here we go.

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# Wiggle your bottom

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# Da-da, da-da-da Da-da di da-da. #

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Justin!

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Hello, I'm Justin!

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Wait a second!

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That sounded a bit funny, didn't it? Could I have it a bit faster?

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Yes. I just have to crank more quickly, sir. Here we go.

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Right, here we go.

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# Wiggle your bottom

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# Da-diggle da-diggle da-diggle! #

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That was too fast, Robert!

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Sorry, sir.

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Now, let's calm down a bit and take it easy.

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I know, why don't we get the remote control and watch a bit of telly?

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-Very good.

-Where's the remote control?

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-What remote control?

-For the television set, of course.

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But we don't have a TV.

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Oh.

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We make our own entertainment, sir, like in the good old days.

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For example...

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-The Justin Times!

-Ah, yes.

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Excellent. Coming over to you, sir.

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-Over here.

-Alley-oop!

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Ah!

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I'm sorry, sir. That was all my fault. Here we are.

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Oh, good. I love the Justin Times.

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Right, let's see what's going on, shall we? Aaaah!

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Hang on. Robert!

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Yes?

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It's happened again. We've got a faulty Justin Times.

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Look, it's upside down.

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# Try it the other way up, sir. #

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The other way up? All right, I'll give it a go!

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Robert, it's still upside down.

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Not you, sir. The paper.

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Oh, erm...

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Come here, sir.

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Thanks, Robert. Aaah!

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There we are.

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Thanks, Robert. Look! Special news today.

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It says here that Dame Pui is in Justin Town!

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Oh, Dame Pui, Dame Pui!

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Who's Dame Pui?

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Dame Pui is a very famous actress, isn't she, everyone?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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Oh, really?

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Yes, yes. She's performing her new play in the Justin Town Theatre.

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Oh! Can we get tickets and go and see it?

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I love the theatre!

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Yes. One problem, Robert. We don't have a Justin Town Theatre.

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It says here that the director of the play,

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Chris Jarvay, is very upset.

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He has nowhere to perform his play.

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Oh, dear.

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Well, Chris Jarvay could put on his performance here,

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in Justin's house!

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Robert!

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Silly you.

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Honestly, to put on a play you need a big audience, don't you, everyone?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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I mean, we need a big stage, as well, don't we, everyone?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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And I don't think... Ay-ay-ay!

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Hang on a minute! You are the audience, aren't you?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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And look, we've got a lovely big stage area. Oh, Robert!

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-I've just had the best idea ever!

-Yes?

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We could put the play on here!

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Yes. Genius is too small a word for you, sir.

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Right, I'll phone Chris. Now, where's the phone?

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Right, erm, now, I wonder.

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Chris might be able to give me a very tiny little part in his play.

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Do you think I'd make a good actor, everyone?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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Oh, I can picture it now. Oh, the lights!

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Oh, the roar of the audience! Give us a big cheer, everyone!

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Oh, wonderful! What about the awards?

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I'd like to thank my mother, Sheila, my father, Guy, yes,

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and I'd like to thank my goldfish, Kevin.

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Hello, Chris. Justin wants to talk to you.

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Yes, just one moment.

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Justin!

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Yes, all right, I'd like to thank Robert

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for clearing up after me.

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Yes, you're welcome, sir,

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but I have Chris on the phone, sir.

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-Chris Jarvay?

-Yes.

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Oh, right, yes. Put him through on three, please.

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All right, sir. Transferring you, Chris. Good luck.

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Right, I'll just...

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There we are. Hello, is that Chris?

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Oh, hi! Mwah, mwah!

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Yes, Chris. I've a really good idea.

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Would you like to put your play on here in Justin's house?

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Oh, you would?

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Lovely!

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You'd like some backstage help?

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Yes, I think I know just the Little Monster, yeah.

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She could help, couldn't she?

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Chris, on another note, would there be a tiny little part for me

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in your play? Oh, there would?

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Thanks, Chris! I won't let you down! See you later.

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'Bye-bye. I love you!'

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Oh, ha-ha!

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-Did you hear that, Robert?

-No.

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I'm going to be a big star!

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Oooh!

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DING-DONG! # Who's at the door?

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# Who's at the door?

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# Someone better answer it. #

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Robert, get the door.

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Can't you get it, sir?

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Oh, all right, I'll get it. I'll get the door.

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Wait, that's your job!

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Well, I'm busy listening in on your conversation, sir.

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Sssh! Better not disturb you. You're on a phone call.

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Wait a second, I was on the phone, wasn't I?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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Has Robert tricked me again?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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All right, I'll get the door.

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Oh, look, everyone!

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It's Chris Jarvay!

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Hello, hello, hello!

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Hi, Chris.

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Hi, Justin.

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-Good to see you. What have you got?

-Well, this is very important!

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Oh, sorry. This is important directing equipment,

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and what we have here is important acting equipment for you, Justin.

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What is it?

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It's a costume.

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-For me?

-Yes.

-Oh, am I in the play?

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You're going to a big star!

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Oh! I'd like to thank Chris for giving me this opportunity.

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When I first read the script...

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Put the costume on!

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Oh, all right. I'll use Robert's dressing room.

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-What?

-Thank you, Robert.

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You're loving this, aren't you? Now, Chris, where is Dame Pui?

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-She likes to make a big entrance.

-Oh.

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Oh, yeah. This way!

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Boys and girls, Dame Pui!

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Oh! Oh, yes!

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Hurray!

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Yes, very good.

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Big cheers, big cheers!

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What an entrance! Bravo!

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She is a very big star.

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Oh, no I'm not. I'm a very, very, very big star!

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Oh.

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And she's just starred in Incey-Wincey Spider, The Musical!

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OPERATIC: # Out came the sunshine And dried up all the rain

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# Incey-Wincey Spider Climbed up the spout again. #

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Oh, the great reviews are all over the web!

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-Oh, really?

-Yes.

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Well, I mean, she is a very, very, very big star, isn't she?

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Oh, I've never met a very, very, very big star before.

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I don't know what to do! Oh, dear! Erm, now, are you all right?

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I see! May I take your coat, Dame Pui? Thank you. Excellent.

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Now, where do I put it?

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Neigh!

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Oh, yes. Thanks, Dave. Right. Would you like a cup of tea, Dame Pui?

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-This way.

-Oh! Ah! Oh!

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What's the matter? Is it the tea?

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Ah, now, Dame Pui is used to walking on red carpet.

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Red carpet?

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Yes. Big stars walk on red carpet.

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-Have you got some?

-Right.

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I may have some left over from when we did the stairs.

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Oh, here we are. Coming, Dame Pui!

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You'll be OK, Dame Pui!

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How kind!

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This'll floor you!

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Oh!

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There we are.

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Try walking on the red carpet. And, action!

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Nice pile, easy underfoot.

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Oh! Oh!

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-There's not enough carpet!

-I want to go over there!

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I have offcuts! Wait!

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-You'll be fine, Dame Pui. Stay where you are.

-Here we are.

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Hold on. There.

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Try walking again. And, action!

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-Ah! Ah!

-Wait a minute!

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Oh, no! Oh, no! Oh, dear!

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I've got a better idea! Wait!

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Oh, don't leave me here! I'm marooned!

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Marooned? I'd say it's more of a bright red.

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-Aaah!

-Quickly!

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Here I am! It's all right!

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Now, Dame Pui, try these for size. They're Robert originals.

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Oooh! How marvellous!

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There we are.

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Ah! Oooh!

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Let's get on with the play. Justin, are you ready?

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Ha-ha-ha!

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I'm ready!

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Hello, everyone!

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What do you think of my costume? Do you like it, everyone?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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Thank you. Now, who am I playing in your play?

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Well, you are playing Great Uncle Justington,

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because the play is called Justington Abbey.

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It's set way back in the olden days. Now, here is your script.

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Thank you. Ah!

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Oh, it's very heavy. I must be the lead.

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-Oh, yes. You've got lots of lines. You've got lots of acting to do.

-Oh!

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And my part?

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Here's your script.

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Now, Robert, you play Robert the butler.

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-But...

-Ler.

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-But...

-Ler.

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Butler. Butler.

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Yes, you play the Butler.

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You look after the house of Great Uncle Justington.

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Yeah, you clear up his mess.

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Yes, I'm familiar with the process.

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A-hem!

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What is my starring role?

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Oh, Dame Pui. You play Ye Olde Little Monster.

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Monster?

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Yes, like our Little Monster, but Ye Olde.

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-Show me the monster costume.

-Oh. Oh, right! I have an idea.

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-Thanks, Dave.

-Neigh!

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Coming. Coming, Dame Pui. Here we are.

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-Oh!

-Oh, yes!

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-How do I look?

-Yes.

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Very good. There's something missing.

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Oh, thank you, Little Monster.

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There we are. Here we go.

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Thank you, darling.

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Perfect.

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-Are you ready, Dame Pui?

-Yes.

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I'm ready!

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-Great, well, go and hide.

-Huh?

-That's what Little Monster does!

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Oh, I'll never get seen or heard!

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Oooh!

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Nearly there. Little Monster!

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Yes, darling. Is it me?

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Oh, no, no. Sorry, Dame Pui. I mean the real Little Monster.

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You hide, Dame Pui.

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Little Monster!

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-Yes?

-No!

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Don't worry, I'll sort this out. I'm used to calling for Little Monster.

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Excuse me.

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WHISTLE

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Ah, Little Monster! I've got a very important job for you.

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I want you to do all the special effects in the play, like the wind.

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Little Monster, the wind, action!

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Ah!

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Oh! It's very windy.

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And the rain. Action!

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Aaah!

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-Stop squirting me! Stop it, stop it!

-Thunder! Action!

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CRASH!

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Is everybody ready?

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Yes, I think so.

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KIDS: Yes!

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Yes, feeling confident.

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Positions!

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Right, positions, everyone!

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Don't panic, don't panic!

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Right, I'm on it, I'm on it.

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No, no, Justin. You're over here.

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-Eh?

-Yes.

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Oh, of course. This is my starting position.

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Thank you, Justin. I knew you'd remember. Cue music!

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MUSIC PLAYS

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MUSIC SPEEDS UP

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Yeah, yeah, I think that's enough.

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I think that's enough! Little Monster! That's enough! Thank you.

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Boys and girls, we present Justington Abbey!

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Hurray!

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I can't wait!

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Justin!

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-What?

-You're on! Go!

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Oh, right, I'm in it, of course!

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Right, sorry.

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A-hem!

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Robert, Robert, wherefore art thou, Robert?

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What is it, sir? I'm waiting for my cue.

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-You haven't got your line, yet!

-Is it me, darling?

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Concentrate!

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Oh, start again. Positions, everyone.

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Sorry, sorry.

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OK.

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We present Justington Abbey!

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Robert, Robert, wherefore art thou, Robert?

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A-hem. The wind is howling!

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Little Monster, the wind!

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And the leaves are blowing!

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Aaah!

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And the thunder is crashing!

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CRASH!

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And night is about to fall.

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Little Monster, the lights. Action!

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Oh! I can't see a thing!

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The lights!

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-I'm sorry, Chris.

-Come over here.

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There you are. I thought you were the gramophone.

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-It's going very well.

-A-hem!

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And we are waiting for Robert to return with our custard pies!

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Where is he?

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Robert, you're on!

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Oh, right!

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Oh.

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Enter stage left.

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Sire, I have returned from Justin Village with Ye Olde Custarde Piee.

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You forgot to close the door!

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Well, it is so windy, sir.

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-Yes, I know. It's very windy.

-Oh, yes.

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Stop blowing the wind!

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It's so windy!

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Keep going! You're doing brilliantly.

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How can I keep going? I don't know what my line is!

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Look, there's a crash of thunder.

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CRASH!

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And a sudden gust of wind.

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-And in flies...

-A dragon!

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-Ah!

-Oooh!

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It's making me very dizzy.

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Keep going! It's brilliant!

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There is a dragon loose. Shall I press Ye Olde Panice Buttone?

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Open panic button door. Oh!

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No need, no need, Robert. Ha-ha.

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You see, legend has it you can put out the fire from the dragon

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using a custard pie.

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Custard pies? Not on my face!

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Aaaah!

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She is hiding, sire.

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Quick, after her! Hurry up, hurry up. Come on!

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The key is to go softly.

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Softly, softly.

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Where's the dragon?

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-Aaah!

-Oh!

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Oh, dear.

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I'm not having custard pie in MY face! I'm a very big star!

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-Well, we will get you with water, then.

-Oh, no you won't!

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Dame Pui, it's fine.

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Soon, they realise you're not a scary dragon,

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but the friendly Ye Olde Little Monster!

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-Oh!

-You all become friends,

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and you celebrate with a nice slice of custard...

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Oh!

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How very dare you!

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-Oh!

-All of you!

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I have never worked with such silly, messy people in all my days!

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And I've never had so much fun!

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And everybody lived messily ever after!

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Did you say everybody?

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Everybody!

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Well, in that case, Chris...

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Marvellous, darling!

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Oh!

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Hold on! It's not over yet!

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Oh, not more pies!

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No, the play ends with a song!

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Oh, thank goodness.

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Oh, wonderful! OK, Robert. Fire up Ye Olde RMP1 player.

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Firing up, sir.

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-And, hit it!

-Hitting it.

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Come on, everyone! Up on your feet, dancing!

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Yeah, all right!

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Here we go, here we go! Here we go!

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# Play along with Our instrument song

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# You could be a big star

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# On the rock guitar. #

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Here we go!

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GUITAR PLAYS

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# Play along with our instrument song

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# You can play rum-tee-tum

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# On your rock 'n' roll drums! #

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DRUMS PLAY

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# You can be a big star

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# On the rock guitar. #

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Here we go!

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GUITAR PLAYS

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# Play along with our instrument song

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# You can be a big smash

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# With the cymbal crash! #

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Little Monster!

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CYMBALS CRASH

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# You can play rum-tee-tum

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# On your rock 'n' roll drums! #

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DRUMS PLAY

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# You can be a big star

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# On the rock guitar. #

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Here we go!

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GUITAR PLAYS

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# Come along

0:21:560:21:58

# Play along

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# Play along with our instrument song

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# You can play high and low

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# On the piano. #

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PIANO PLAYS

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# You can be a big smash

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# With the cymbal crash! #

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Little Monster!

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CYMBALS CRASH

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# You can play rum-tee-tum

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# On your rock 'n' roll drums! # Here we go!

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DRUMS PLAY

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# You can be a big star

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# On the rock guitar. #

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GUITAR PLAYS

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# Play along with our instrument song

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# You can play a cool tune

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# On a slide trombone. #

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TROMBONE PLAYS

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# You can play high and low

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# On the piano. #

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PIANO PLAYS

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# You can be a big smash

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# With the cymbal crash! #

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Take it, LM!

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CYMBALS CRASH

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# You can play rum-tee-tum

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# On your rock 'n' roll drums! #

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DRUMS PLAY

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# You can be a big star

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# On the rock guitar! #

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-Come on!

-Solo!

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GUITAR PLAYS

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# Play along with our instrument song

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# Come along

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# Play along

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# We play along With our instrument song. #

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Yeah!

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Well done, everybody!

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Well done. You were fantastic. Did you enjoy the play?

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KIDS: Yeah!

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We should take a bow. Let's take a bow, everyone. Thank you!

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

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ALL: ..Justin's House!

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Goodbye!

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Chris and Pui want to put on a play in Justin Town and Justin's house is the perfect place to do it. Director Chris may have just the part for Justin, who is keen to show off his acting skills.


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