Dustomatic 3000 Justin's House


Dustomatic 3000

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Justin accidentally throws away Robert's favourite duster, so Justin tries to cheer him up.


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# A dusting for Justin

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# A dusting for Justin

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# A dusting for Justin in... #

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-AUDIENCE:

-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!

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Now, today, I am having a very big tidy-up.

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I mean, look at all the junk that is lying about.

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So, it is a good job that I've got this very big,

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green recycling box to put all of the junk into.

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-Now... Oh! Oh!

-AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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Oh, it's Little Monster, everybody.

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-Say hello to Little Monster.

-AUDIENCE:

-Hello!

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Now, Little Monster, we're recycling all of this junk.

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Do you think you could help me?

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Oh, lovely! I'll hand things to you

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and then can you put that into the recycling box, please?

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All right, lovely. Let's start with... Ooh!

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This cardboard tube, if I give you that.

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What am I going to...do? All right, let's...

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-..do this as well.

-AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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Little Monster, would you put that tinfoil in as well? Thank you.

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Right, what else? Let's see...

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Newspaper and socks with holes in.

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Right, Little Monster, here is some socks with holes in

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and the newspaper. There you go. You've got that.

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Lovely. Right, what's next? Uh!

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Little Monster! We are trying to throw those away.

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What are you doing? Come on, it's just old junk for the re...

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No, give it here! Give it here! No, no, no! Ah!

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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I've been recycled!

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Hey!

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Come on, everyone!

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# Wiggle your bottoms

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# Let's shake and grin, yeah!

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# It's ju-ju-ju ju-ju-ju-ju

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# ju-ju-ju-ju-JU... #

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-AUDIENCE:

-Justin!

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How are you doing, everyone? Are you having a good time?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

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Wow! Good to see you all. Now, has anyone seen my old pal Robert?

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-AUDIENCE SHOUTS

-Sir!

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Aargh! Robert, what are you doing down there?

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-I've been recycled!

-Come on, let's give him a tickle.

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ROBERT SQUEALS

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Stop tickling me, help me up.

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All right, all right. Come on, old pal, up you get.

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-Oh, he's got one of my stinky socks on his head.

-Oh!

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-GRUNTS:

-There you go, Robert.

-Thank you, sir.

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Well, Little Monster was meant to be helping me with the tidying up,

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but she kept taking all the things I was trying to recycle.

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-What she wants them for, I have no idea.

-That's very strange, Robert.

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Put it on hold just for a just for a moment because look!

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-All of our friends are here.

-Right indeed, sir.

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-Who wants to sing a song, everyone?

-AUDIENCE:

-Me!

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Right, then. Well, fire up the old RMP1 player.

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-Firing up, sir.

-AUDIENCE:

-Hit it!

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-Hitting it, everybody.

-Come on, let's sing and dance. Here we go!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Justin's House!

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Yeah! All right!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Justin's House!

-Yeah. Ha-ha! Here we go.

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Here we go, guys, as loud as you can. 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 I 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! #

-Yay!

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# And this is my place... #

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-Here we go!

-Everybody!

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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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# 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 are funny and sunny, put a smile on my face

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-# You'rrrrrre brilliant!

-# Yes, you are!

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-# You really are great Come on, sing along.

-Here we go.

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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 guests 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 Juuuuuustiiiiiin's...

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# Justin's House! #

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-Give yourselves a big cheer!

-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

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-Now, back to the big tidying up.

-Ooh, right.

-Come along, Meredith.

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Who is Meredith?

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Who is Meredith(?)

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-Yes.

-Who is Meredith?

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Have you never been formally introduced, sir? Well, allow me.

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-Meredith, this is Justin. Justin this is Meredith.

-Oh, I see. Ha!

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Hello, Meredith.

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Nice to meet you. Robert's told me all about you.

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Now... Wait a second!

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-I'm talking to an old duster.

-AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-ROBERT GASPS

-Don't listen to him, Meredith.

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Meredith is not just any duster.

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Meredith is my absolute favourite duster.

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-No other duster measures up to Meredith.

-Wow!

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Darling Meredith. I have had her since she was just a feather.

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Look at her, sir, perfectly balanced.

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Perfect for a big cleaning up job.

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-Oh!

-Like you.

-JUSTIN GIGGLES

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Can I help you in any way, old pal?

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Well, do you know what, sir? Yes, you can.

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Why don't you grab the empty box just over there.

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-This one?

-No, right a bit...

-Which one? This one...

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-Aargh!

-AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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Yes, the one you're standing in, sir. Bring that over.

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We'll put all of the recycling in it,

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then you can put it in the recycling.

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-That's a good idea!

-Tinfoil...

-Milk cartons.

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It's getting quite full. My old flip-flops. Yuuuuck!

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I think that's enough for now, sir. Pop it in the recycling box.

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-I'll put that in... Whoa!!

-AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-Blistering batteries! You've made even more mess.

-Ohh!

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-Is that my smelly sock?

-AUDIENCE:

-Yes!

-Oh, sorry Little Monster.

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I'll pop back into the recycling box. Aargh! Hey!

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Of course, she loves smelly things for her smelly collection.

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All right, you can have it, Little Monster.

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I think we'd better continue to clear up, sir.

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You know what, Robert? I have had a fantastic idea.

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You know, you're always cleaning and tidying and dusting.

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I've decided you're going to have a lovely rest in your workshop.

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You know, maybe have a sleep, take a bath in some essential oils. Ha-ha!

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And Little Monster and I... Oh, with the help of all of our friends,

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-will tidy up Justin's House, won't we, everyone?

-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

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Yes, we will have it spick-and-span in no time.

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Well, when you put it like that, I suppose my gears could use

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-a relaxing spray of oil, but all right, then.

-That's it.

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-We will look after Meredith for you.

-All right, good luck, sir.

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And good luck Little Monster. Meredith...

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-HE MOUTHS

-I love you.

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-All right, Robert.

-See you in a little bit.

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-Say goodbye to Robert, everyone.

-AUDIENCE:

-Bye!

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See you in a bit. Right. Let's start with the...coffee table.

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-Do you think we should recycle this?

-AUDIENCE:

-No!

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-Are you sure?

-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

-All right. We will pop that down there.

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We'll keep the coffee table. Let's see what else we've got.

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Ah! What about this old cereal box?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

-Yeah?

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OK, Little Monster, could you pop that... Aargh!

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What are you doing? Give me that! Whoa-oh-oh!

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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HE SIGHS

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All right, Little Monster, you can keep the cereal box,

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but come on, we've got to recycle some things, haven't we?

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-What about the hat stand?

-AUDIENCE:

-No!

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All right, we will pop that over there.

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-Ah! How about Justin's Fridge?

-AUDIENCE:

-No.

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All right, we won't do that one either.

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We are never going to get anything recycled at this rate.

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I'll tell you what, let's go a bit faster, shall we?

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Old cans, yes. Foil trays, yes.

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Old cardboard tubes, yes.

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-Oh, old dusters, yes.

-AUDIENCE:

-No!

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-Oh, foil, yes. Pop that into there.

-AUDIENCE SCREAMS

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Pop that there.

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Right, what else have we got?

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Pizza boxes.

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We will pop those in there. Right.

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-I'll put that out.

-AUDIENCE SCREAMS

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There you go. Right.

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I'll put that out there.

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Oh!

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Oh, that oil bath was so relaxing.

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-Thank you, sir.

-No problem. # Da-da-da-da-daaaa! #

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-What do you think?

-Well, do you know what, sir?

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I am impressed. I am. It's definitely tidier than when I left.

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-Well done. Good job.

-Well, it wasn't just me and Little Monster,

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all of our friends helped, didn't you, everyone?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

-Oh, well, thank you, everybody.

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I don't mean to be picky, but there are one or two things I still need

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to tidy up. I'll just get my duster and get on dusting...

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-All right. Ha-ha!

-Where is Meredith?

-Well, I don't know. I mean...

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AUDIENCE SCREAMS

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Meredith, Meredith, sir, my absolute favourite duster.

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My faithful duster Meredith, been in the Robot

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-family for generations, that duster.

-AUDIENCE SHOUTS MORE LOUDLY

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I think I've just realised...

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-Erm, did I maybe recycle Meredith the duster?

-AUDIENCE:

-Yes!

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You...you...haven't thrown Meredith out, have you?

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-LAUGHING:

-No...

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah.

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Maybe. Erm...yes.

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Oh, oh, I feel dizzy. I feel dizzy. Oh, oh!

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Calm down, calm down.

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We've only just put the recycling in the box, haven't we, everyone?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah.

-I'm sure it's still outside the front door.

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Well, we must get to it before the recycling van arrives

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-and takes Meredith away!

-VAN REVS ENGINE AND BEEPS

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-What's that?

-Oh!

-It's the recycling van!

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THEY SCREAM

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Whoa!

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Why am I at the back door?

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-BOTH: Argh!

-Get out of the way.

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-And why am I not going anywhere?

-I'll get it!

-No, not you.

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Meredith, I'm coming! Let go! Aah!

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Oh, no! What's happened to the box?

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I think it's been...

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It's been emptied. Oh, dear. Erm...

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-KID:

-It's been emptied!

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I think you might be right. Erm, Robert.

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Sir, did you...did you...did you...did you get Meredith?

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Well, erm... I'm afraid, no, I don't think I did.

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You mean...you mean my duster's disappeared forever?

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Meredith?

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-IN HIGH-PITCHED VOICE:

-Panic!

-SIREN WAILS

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ROBERT SCREAMS

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-Yes, Robert, would you ever forgive me?

-Well, let me think about that...

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No! No. No.

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Let me think about it one more time... No!

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AUDIENCE LAUGHS

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-Ah!

-Oh, sir, Meredith, my beloved duster, she is gone, sir.

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She is gone! She had so much to dust for.

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Oh, dear, I'm really sorry.

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I didn't mean to throw Meredith out, did I, everyone?

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-AUDIENCE:

-No.

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Maybe I can cheer you up and think of something to...

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-make you happy again. May I?

-ROBERT GRUNTS

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-Ahh...Whoa!

-THEY GRUNT IN TURN

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Ooh!

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I've had an idea, Robert.

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Maybe, we can get you a duster that's even better than Meredith.

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Aargh! What was that?

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-That was the Justin Times, I think, sir.

-Of course.

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Maybe there's something in the Justin Times that could help us.

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-Should we have a look, everyone?

-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

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Robert, let's see. Now...I can't see anything in the front.

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-AUDIENCE:

-At the back!

-What?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Back!

-Aargh!

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Ooh, yes! Look. Wow, this could be just the thing!

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It says here, "The Dustomatic 3000,

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"it's the duster of the future...

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"future, future, future." Ooh! That sounds exciting.

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Robert, should we buy one of these?

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It could never replace Meredith, sir.

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Come on, let's give it a go. Right, hand me the phone.

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-Right, sir, there you are.

-Ha-ha! Yuucckk!

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-Right, what's the number for the duster shop?

-Oh, two.

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-Tell them it's me calling.

-Right.

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-HE DIALS NUMBER

-Ahem!

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-HE MAKES RINGING SOUND

-Ooh, it's ringing!

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AS A GIRL: Hello, the duster shop.

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Hello there. This is Justin from Justin's House.

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-Hiya, Justin.

-I was wondering, do you have a...

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What's it called? ..a Dustomatic 3000 in stock?

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Wow, the duster of the future, future, future...

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-Yeah, that's the one!

-Right, I'll send one round straightaway.

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-OK, thank you very much.

-Say hello to Robert.

-Will do. Bye.

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-I love you.

-Oh! Ha-ha!

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She says hello and she is sending round a Dustomatic 3000

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-straightaway!

-DOORBELL RINGS

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# Who's at the door

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# Who's at the door

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-# Someone better answer it. #

-Everyone!

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AUDIENCE SHOUTS NAMES

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I would love to, sir, but I think you should answer it.

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I'm too busy missing Meredith.

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Oh, dear.

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All right, Robert, I'll get the door.

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Wait a second, did Robert just trick me?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yes!

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All right, I guess he is feeling a little unhappy. I'll get the door.

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Ooh! Wow! Oh, Robert, time to put your happy face on.

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Look what's arrived. What is it, everyone?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Dustomatic 3000.

-That's right, it's the Dustomatic 3000.

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How exciting.

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Hey... Aarrgh! Oh, Little Monster, where have you been? I don't know.

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Well, look, you are here just in time because Robert's present

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has just arrived.

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Robert, I bet you can't wait to open it.

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Well, seeing as it's a gift from you, sir, it would be rude

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-if I didn't, so of course.

-Oh...

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Whoa... How does it feel?

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HE HONKS HORN

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It seems to be made of very high quality material, yes.

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-Well, get it out. Let's have a look.

-All right.

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-What do you think, everyone?

-AUDIENCE:

-Ooh!

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This seems, all in all a very professional item, sir.

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Well, yes, it looks very futuristic, doesn't it?

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Why don't you switch it on and have a go?

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I think we will start simple. Why don't we just start with...

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Oh, yes, basic dusting. Let's give that a go. Here we go.

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Oh!

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Oh, it's...p-p-pretty powerful, sir.

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I think I'll just start with some l-l-light dusting.

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-What are you doing?

-Yes, let me...see what I can do...with...

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THEY SCREAM

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ROBERT SCREAMS

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Sorry, Dave.

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ROBERT CONTINUES SCREAMING

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-It's speeding up. It's speeding up.

-All right, Robert.

-Stop it.

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Stop it.

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-Stop it.

-I'll stop it.

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THEY SIGH

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Oh, Robert, this Dustomatic 3000 is really powerful.

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Yes, it's safe to say, the dusting setting is somewhat lively, sir.

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Quite. Maybe we should try one of its other functions.

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-It does lots of other things.

-No, sir, I think we should wait...

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-Let's see what this one does.

-No, no, no don't go pressing...

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-Oh, that's the vacuum setting! Oh, sir.

-What are you doing? Oh!

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Oh, sir.

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It's got the cushion! Let go. Let go. Let...go!

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-Aargh! Oh, sir...sir...

-Oh!

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It's got my bottom I need that for wiggling.

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-All right, sir, I'll get it off.

-What are you doing? Get it off.

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-All right.

-What have you done to my trousers?

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-Robert, honestly!

-Well, this Dustomatic 3000 it...

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It certainly gives one's pistons a good workout, but I'm sorry, sir.

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It's just no replacement for Meredith.

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You've got to give it a chance.

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You've got to get used to its functions and modes.

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If you have a look at these buttons...

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-DUSTOMATIC 3000 BEEPS

-Whoa, what's going on now?

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No, stop it, you're going to break it!

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-THEY SCREAM

-No, it's all right. It's all...

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No, it's... Ah. It's...

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Ahem, looks like it might be broken.

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Oh, great! Now Meredith has gone missing

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and the Dustomatic 3000 is broken too.

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It's just another piece of junk.

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Oh, all right, Little Monster.

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I suppose you can have it for your collection. There you go. Oh, dear!

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-Oh, Robert. I'm so sorry. I tried my best, didn't I?

-Oh, I know, sir.

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It was very kind of you to get me the Dustomatic 3000,

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but I'm sorry, there is just nothing that will replace Meredith.

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-I know. Meredith!

-BELL PINGS

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Of course! Where did we send all the recycling, everyone?

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-AUDIENCE:

-To the recycling!

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That's right, to the recycling yard.

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Well, if we give them a call, they may still have our recycling there.

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-HE GASPS

-That is a brilliant idea, sir!

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Hand me the phone!

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-What's the number of the recycling yard?

-Zero.

-Right.

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HE MAKES RINGING SOUND

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-AS MAN 1: Hello, how can I help you?

-Is that the recycling yard?

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-Right. How's it going?

-Very well, thank you.

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I'm wondering do you still have my recycling with you?

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-I'll ask Eddie. Eddie... AS EDDIE:

-What is it?

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Do you have Justin's recycling.

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-I'll have a look. Yeah, it's over here.

-We've got it.

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-I'll be around straightaway.

-Thank you very much.

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-See you later, bye-bye.

-Bye. Say hello to Robert.

-Will do. Bye.

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Says hello and he's coming round straightaway.

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DOORBELL RINGS # Who's at the door

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# Who's at the door

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-# Someone better answer it. #

-Everyone!

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AUDIENCE SHOUTS NAMES

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I would love to get it everybody, but I'm too busy

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practising my happily-reunited-with-Meredith face.

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Ha-ha! Yes, that's very subtle, Robert. Very good.

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All right, I'll get the door... Wait a second!

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-Did he just tricked me again?

-AUDIENCE SHOUTS

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I'll get the door. All right.

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Oh, look, everyone, it's the Junkman.

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A big cheer.

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-Hello, everybody.

-Come on in.

-Hello, Justin.

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-It's the Junkman. Good to see you.

-Hello.

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There you go. Now, Mr Junkman, thank you so much for coming round.

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Robert's lost his duster. Do you mind if we have a look through...

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-Oh, no, please go ahead.

-I don't know if you've seen her.

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I do have a photo if that helps.

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Yeah, she's about that big. Very attached to Robert.

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Yes, and absolutely adorable.

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I'll have a look through our recycling that you brought.

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-Old yogurt pot, no. Foil. That's not it, is it, everyone?

-No.

-Old cans.

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-Robert, there really isn't anything in there.

-Then...

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Meredith is gone for good. Right.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Aww!

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Yes, sorry about that, Robert.

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Mr Junkman, you don't have any ideas, do you,

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about cheering Robert up?

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-How about a song?

-A song, but how are we going to do that?

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I make musical instruments out of the rubbish that you all throw away.

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-Wow!

-Ooh! Thank you.

-Oh, that's brilliant. Thank you.

-Are you ready?

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-Yeah, take it away, Mr Junkman.

-One, two, three, four.

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Come on, everyone, clap your hands! Whoo! Clap your hands. Yeah!

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I recognise this. It's Head, Shoulders, Knees And Toes.

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# Heads, shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

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# Heads, shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

0:21:550:21:58

# Eyes and ears and mouth and nose

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# Heads, shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes. #

0:22:010:22:04

-Whoo!

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Robert, what did you think of that?

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Well, that did actually cheer me up quite a bit, sir. I'm just...

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I'm so confused as to where Meredith has got to, sir.

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LITTLE MONSTER PLAYS DRUMS

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Hang on a minute. What is it, Little Monster?

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Have you got an idea?

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Oh, wow!

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Look, Robert, Little Monster has made a picture out of all

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-the recycling, everyone.

-Look, sir, it's a picture of us.

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There is one of your old socks and there is some of the tinfoil

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from earlier and there is the cardboard tube I threw out and...

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-HE GASPS

-What is it? What is it?

0:22:430:22:47

HE GASPS

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Hang on a minute. What's that over there?

0:22:480:22:51

AUDIENCE SHOUTS

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Oh! Oh, Little Monster, if it won't spoil your picture too much could...

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could I please have Meredith back?

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-Yay!

-Oh, thank you, Little Monster!

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Oh, Meredith! Oh, let's get dusting!

0:23:050:23:08

Oh, that's fantastic. Little Monster must have taken Meredith out of

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the recycling box and now, Robert is happy again.

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-Oh, Meredith!

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Come on, everyone. Here we go! Here we go.

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

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# And eyes and ears and mouth and nose

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes... #

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All right, Mr Junkman, we're going to sing it twice as fast!

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-Here we go!

-Here we go.

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

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# Eyes and ears and mouth and nose

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# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes

0:23:550:23:59

# Head and shoulders, knees and toes Knees and toes! #

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Yeah, a big cheer for Mr Junkman!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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-Let's hear it for Little Monster.

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

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-Robert!

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

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-And of course, Meredith!

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

0:24:170:24:21

-And a big cheer for you!

-AUDIENCE CHEERS

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And we will see you next time in...

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-AUDIENCE:

-Justin's house.

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Hi, Justin. I like the junking tunes.

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I like the Dustomatic 3000.

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-BOTH:

-We like the recycling!

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You can carry on the fun on the CBeebies website in...

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-ALL:

-Justin's House.

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Justin accidentally throws away Robert's favourite duster, so Justin tries to cheer him up by getting him a brand new futuristic dusting machine: the Dustomatic 3000.


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