Day at the Beach Justin's House


Day at the Beach

Justin Fletcher entertains with singing, dancing and comedy. Robert cannot go to the real beach, so Justin and Mac turn Justin's house into a beach instead.


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JOLLY MUSIC PLAYS

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# I'm dustin' for Justin

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# I'm dustin' for Justin

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# I'm dustin' for Justin

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# In... #

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-ALL:

-Justin's House!

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Well, hello, everybody.

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-ALL:

-Hello.

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And welcome to...

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-ALL:

-Justin's House.

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Sizzling solenoids.

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It is so sunny in Justintown today,

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but I see you've all come prepared.

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Very snazzy indeed.

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Where? What?

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Oh, it's Little Monster.

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-Say hello, everybody.

-ALL:

-Hello.

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Hello, Little Monster.

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Oh, look at Little Monster with shades on as well.

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Do you know what? It is so hot, isn't it, Little Monster?

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It's overloading my cooling panel.

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Oh, thank you, Little Monster.

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That's nice of you.

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Oh, that's better.

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Oh, lovely and cool.

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Oh, thank you, Little Monster.

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Ah.

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Ah!

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Hi, everyone!

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-ALL:

-Hello, Justin.

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Come on, let's hit it.

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Here we go. Wahoo!

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# Wiggle your bottoms

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# Shake and grin

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# It's J-J-J, J-J-J-J

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# J-J-J-J-J... #

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-ALL:

-Justin!

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Oh, I'm so excited.

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I think I'm going to have a fantastic day out today.

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-ALL:

-Justin.

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What? What?

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Where's Robert?

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Oh, you're right.

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He's under my crocodile.

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Robert, what are you doing?

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-I'm just cuddling Crocky, sir.

-Oh, come on. Up you get.

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Oh, all right.

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Well, isn't it a lovely day, sir?

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I know, I'm planning a very special day out

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but first of all, why don't we sing a song with all of our friends?

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An excellent suggestion, sir.

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Yeah, well come on then. Fire up the old RMP-1 player.

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Firing up, sir.

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-ALL:

-Hit it.

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Hitting it, everybody.

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Come on, let's see you dancing.

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THEME SONG PLAYS

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-Here we go.

-Yeah, all right.

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-We're surfing, whoo!

-Here we go.

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-ALL:

-Justin's House!

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Come on, everyone, let's see you. 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 play in

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

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Come on, here we go.

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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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-# Heee's Justin!

-Yeah

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# And this is my place... #

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-Come on, everyone, sing up.

-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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# We sing here or 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 great... #

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-Come on, let's 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...

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-# Jus... Ah-a

-..tin's

-Ah-a

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# Justin's House. #

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Robert, you were right.

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It really is a very exciting, beautiful day today.

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I think I'm going to go outside. Come on.

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-Hold on there, Mr.

-Wargh!

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Hang on a minute. If you're going outside in the sun,

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you need some sun cream on,

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doesn't he, everybody?

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Sun cream, of course.

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-Yeah, safety first.

-Absolutely.

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My little rosy cheeks here please, Robert.

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-Let's get a bit on there.

-Lovely.

-SQUELCH

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-I'll just rub it in.

-There we go.

-SQUEAK

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-There you are.

-Shall we put some more on?

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No.

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-You've got to get that cheek as well.

-This rosy cheek here?

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Yeah. Oh, yes. That's better.

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Shall we put some more on?

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-I don't want that forehead burning.

-All right, go on, then.

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SQUELCH

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LOUD BANG

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What is that?

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Robert!

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It was me.

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Oh, look, everybody.

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It's the Explorer and neighbour from next door, Mac.

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She's back!

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# It's Mack, she's back

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# Shout it, everybody

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# Mack is back. #

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Oh, it's good to be back.

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Hello, everyone.

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-Hi, Mac.

-Hi, Justin.

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-Wahoo!

-Whoo.

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-Ooh.

-Ooh.

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Whoo!

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How are you diddling, Robert?

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I'm diddling very well, thank you, Mac.

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All right, here we go.

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Ow! Wow, I am never going to get that, am I?

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I'm so sorry.

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-Oh, Justin.

-Yes?

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What happened to you?

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Ah, yes, well...

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Robert got a little overexcited with the sun cream,

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didn't he, everyone?

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-ALL:

-Yeah.

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-Only looking after you, sir.

-Yes, I was just planning

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my great day outside today. Talking of going outside on adventures,

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-have you been anywhere exciting lately?

-I sure have.

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I have got an amazing souvenir in my backpack. You are going to love it.

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Oh, a souvenir. I can't wait.

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Let's ask Mac what's in her backpack.

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After three - one, two, three...

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-ALL:

-What's in your backpack, Mac?

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Ooh, OK.

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Well, it's not that and it's not that...

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Ah-ha.

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You see, I've been surfing

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on the seashores of the Southern Silly-Billy Sea.

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The Silly-Billy Sea,

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what's that?

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Well, it's the waves, sir, that's why it's called the Silly-Billy Sea.

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They like to splash you for fun.

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Yeah, and I brought one back to show you.

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Wow, you brought a wave back from your adventures.

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Let me have a look.

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SPLASH

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Argh!

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Ooh, sorry, Justin.

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That's a particularly silly one.

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I think I prefer normal waves, don't you, everyone?

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That gives me an idea.

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Why don't we go to the beach?

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I mean, it's such a sunny day after all.

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That's a fantastic idea.

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Who wants to take a trip to the beach?

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-All righty.

-Well, let me help you, sir.

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-You're going to need a few things.

-Yes, what will I need?

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-I'll need a towel.

-You're going to need Crocky...

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-I've got the spade.

-And you're going to need towely...

-Yes.

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-That's important.

-I haven't got any more hands to carry things.

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You need buckety... Oh.

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-I've got an idea, there we go.

-Whoa!

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Oof!

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Wha!

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-I'll see you later.

-Oh!

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Oh, hang on a minute.

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I've forgotten something.

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-More sun cream...

-No, I don't need sun cream.

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-What are you doing?

-No, you have a very delicate complexion.

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-Here we go, sir.

-LAUGHTER

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Thanks, Robert. I don't need any more sun cream.

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No, I can't go to the beach without my best friend Robert, can I?

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What, aren't you going to come with this, Robert?

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Oh, no, no, no, Mac.

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You see, robots and beaches, we don't mix.

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-Why's that?

-Where do I start?

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The sun will wilt my wiring,

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the salty sea will rust my router

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and the sand will jam up my joints for weeks,

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not to mention the worst thing of all -

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-sea monsters.

-Sea monsters?

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Oh, Robert, sea monsters don't exist, do they, everyone?

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Well, just the same, I think I'm going to stay here

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and spend a lovely afternoon tidying my lovely cool workshop.

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-Go on, go and enjoy yourselves.

-I don't know...

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Hang on a minute. I've got a brilliant idea.

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Robert, if you can't come to the beach with us,

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why don't we bring the beach here to Justin's House?

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Is that a good idea?

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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I suppose that does sound rather nice.

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How can I say no to a day at the beach with my friends?

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You'll help us, won't you, everyone?

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-ALL:

-Yeah!

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What we need for our beach?

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Oh, we need some sand.

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Sand!

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Mac, hang on.

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Sand will scrunch my circuits.

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Oh, don't worry, Robert.

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I won't use real sand. Here we go.

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I'll use this, it's my spare parachute

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and I never leave the house without it.

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-There you go.

-Oh, fantastic.

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Sir, do you want that?

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All right, I'll hold one end.

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-You take that and I'll make sure...

-That's it.

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-There we go.

-Argh! Argh!

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-Where are you? Where are you?

-Where's Robert?

-Oh, no.

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What are you doing, Robert?

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Sir, I'm buried in the sand.

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No, I'm sorry,

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-even robots and pretend sand don't mix.

-Oh, dear.

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-Well, here. Let me just add a few finishing touches.

-Oh, all right.

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I'll put the crocodile out...

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and a bucket and spade for sand castles.

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-Very good.

-We've got Colin the crab.

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That looks good, doesn't it?

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Robert, you, my friend, can just relax.

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Right, relax.

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I don't often do that. How do I...?

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No, don't sit there!

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Ow! Oh, the crab.

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That was not wise, was it?

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Now, when we go to the seaside, everyone,

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what kind of chair do we sit in? Do you know?

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That's right, we need a deckchair.

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-Very good.

-I'll be the deckchair attendant.

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All right there, Robert. I'll just go and get you a deckchair.

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-Right.

-There we go.

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Lovely, one stripy deckchair.

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Right, all we need to do now is put it up. Here we go.

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SEASIDE MUSIC

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Right. Ah.

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Ooh...

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Ow!

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Robert...

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Hey, what's going on?

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Hey, ooh, it's harder than it looks, Robert.

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Argh, whoa...

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Ooh!

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Look, I'm trying my best, Robert.

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What's going on now?

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Where are we going, Robert?

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Sir...

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Ooh, deary me.

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Whoa...

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Argh!

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Robert?

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Oh.

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Oh, I think I've got it.

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Yeah, that's it. Turn it around.

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Ah, there we go, everyone.

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There we are, Robert. All ready for you.

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-Right, that's it, is it?

-That's right.

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-That's how you put a deckchair up.

-Oh, right, let me...

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There we go, that's it.

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Lovely. There we are.

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How are you feeling, Robert, nice and comfy?

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Yes, I've been comfier, sir.

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Oh, never mind, Robert.

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I know what will be really lovely -

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a nice ice cream.

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-ALL:

-Yes!

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-Oh, yes.

-An ice cream -

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now you're talking, that does sound nice.

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Of course. I think it's time to open

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Little Monster's ice cream shop.

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-Oh, look at that.

-There we go.

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What would you like?

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An extra-large super-scrummy scoopy-scoop surprise, please,

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-with extra sprinkles.

-Oh, yes, make that two.

-No, make it three.

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-I might want seconds.

-I'll put this one on...

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Argh!

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Right, Little Monster, there's one for you.

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Wargh!

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Would you like some lemon? I'll put some lemon on.

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Oh, Little Monster, I am sorry.

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Right, let's try some mint, would you like that?

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I'll put that on there, shall I?

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Argh!

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Eurgh.

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Oh, dear, we're not doing very well.

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Right, there you go... No, don't eat it, Little Monster.

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I think we need some sprinkles.

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Have you got some sprinkles?

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Lovely. I'll hold the ice creams.

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Right, she's good at this.

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Lovely, more sprinkles...

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Argh!

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Little Monster!

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Honestly...

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There we go. I'll get the sauce.

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Do you want some sauce?

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I'll put them on the...

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Wargh!

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-Eurgh.

-Oh.

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Right, I just need a couple more sprinkles on there.

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Ow!

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Not in my face, Little Monster.

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Here we are, everyone. I've got your lovely ice creams...

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Oh, the sprinkles are making me sneeze.

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Ah-ah-ah...

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-Ah-budge-uh.

-You all right, sir?

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Oh, that was close.

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-Phew.

-Right, here we are.

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Here are your ice creams...

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ACHOO!

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Oh!

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Argh!

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Dithering diodes, I had no idea a trip to the beach could be so messy.

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-There you go.

-Oh.

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Sir, honestly, I think you should go to the beach without me

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and I'll spend the rest of the day clearing this mess up.

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But, Robert, you've got to come to the beach with us.

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You're my best friend.

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Oh, hey, Robert. I know something we haven't tried yet.

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How about a nice splash in the sea?

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No, Mac, I can't go swimming.

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I'll get salt in my circuits.

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Of course you can, Robert.

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Here, robo-arms up.

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-There you go, put that on.

-Right.

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That's it, because our friends are going to help us.

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Will you be the sea, everyone?

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Fantastic. Right, hold your arms up like that

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and then waved them up and down like the ocean waves.

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-I say, lovely.

-Wowzer.

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I think it's time to jump in the water, isn't it?

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-Wow. Oh, yes!

-Yes.

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Come on in, Robert.

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Are you sure, sir?

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Yes. Robert should come in, shouldn't he?

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-ALL:

-Yes.

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I might give it a try. Here we go.

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Oh, oh! Ah!

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SPLASH

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Oh, I've wet my wiring.

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A big cheer for Robert.

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I'm swimming, everybody.

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Let's all swim together.

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Ah.

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PEACEFUL MUSIC

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-Oh.

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# Who's at the door? Who's at the door?

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# Someone better answer it... #

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Everyone!

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-ALL:

-Robert!

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Sir, I'd love to but I'll let all the seawater out.

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-You should get it.

-All right, I'll go poolside.

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Have you prepared me a towel, Robert?

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-Yes, man-sized and extra absorbent.

-Man-sized?

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Look at the size of this, it's like a flannel.

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That was a lovely dip.

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Let's see who's at the door. There we go.

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Oh, look, everyone!

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CHEERING

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Argh, what are you doing?

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Argh!

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It's Ernie from Old Jack's boat.

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Give him a big cheer

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-Hi, Ernie.

-Hello, everyone.

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I was just passing by and I heard the sound of the waves.

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Do you mind if I stopped off for a spot of fishing?

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-Of course not, Ernie. What are you going to use as bait?

-Cake.

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Cake, good.

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Fishes much prefer cake than worms.

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So do I, as a matter of fact.

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Oh...

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-Cake...

-Here we go.

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-Cake...

-Whoa!

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-Argh!

-I've got a bite...

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It's a big 'un!

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Come on, here...

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-Whoa!

-Oh!

-I got the cake.

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It got away and it was huge -

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a real monster!

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Oh.

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Wait a minute, did you say, "monster"?

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-A sea monster?

-No, no.

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There aren't any sea monsters.

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-No, no.

-Are you sure?

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Argh, Robert -

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behind you, sea monster!

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Where?

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Where is it?

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Argh!

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Quick, swim!

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I'll rescue you, explorer!

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Robots first.

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Oh.

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Sorry I doubted you, Robert.

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Wow, sea monsters really do exist.

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Don't worry, you're safe now.

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-Thank goodness for that.

-Oh, that's good.

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What? What is it?

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-Argh!

-Argh!

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A sea monster.

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Whoa, whoa, hang about.

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There's something fishy about this sea monster.

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Oop!

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It is a monster...

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-Oh!

-Diddly diodes, we're doomed!

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..but it's not a sea monster,

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it's Little Monster!

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-Oh!

-Ah!

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Good trick, Little Monster.

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I'm sorry, I know you've gone to a lot of trouble

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to convince me that the beach is fun.

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That sea monster was the last straw.

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Robots and beaches just don't go together.

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You should go to the real beach without me.

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Robert, we don't want to go to the beach without you,

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do we, everyone?

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-ALL:

-No.

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You're my best friend.

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Well, this is a problem.

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YOU won't go to the beach

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and YOU won't go without him.

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Now, Old Jack told me a story once

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-that I think might help you two decide.

-Oh, right.

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Would you like to hear it?

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Would you like to hear Ernie's story?

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-ALL:

-Yeah.

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-Right.

-Here we go.

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-Let's all get comfortable.

-Just need somewhere to sit.

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Now, this is the story of a crab and a fish.

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Once upon a twinkly time,

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there was a lovely beach where the sun shone all day.

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In the shallow water down by the shore,

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there lived a crab and his best friend, a fish.

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They loved spending time together

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and had great fun playing in the shallow sea next to the beach.

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The crab click-clacking...

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CLICK CLACK CLICK CLACK

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..and the fish swish-swishing...

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SWISH SWISH SWISH

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Every day, the tide went out

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and the fish had to go with it...

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Wahoo!

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..leaving the crab all alone,

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amongst the rocks and the rock pools on the shore.

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The crab and the fish weren't sad, no.

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The crab ran around the beach all day

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and explored the mysterious rock pools,

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while the fish swam in the deep sea

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and swished through the waves.

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Then, when the tide came back in,

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the fish came back too.

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Right, off we go.

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And then, they would tell each other all about the brilliant adventures

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they'd have that day and so,

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no matter where they went

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or what they were doing,

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they always had great stories to tell

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and they stayed the best of friends for ever.

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That's the story of the crab and the fish.

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Oh, what a lovely story. A big cheer for Ernie.

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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Robert, we're a bit like the crab and the fish in Ernie's story.

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-Yes, we're best friends like them.

-We go away and do our own thing,

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but we always come back and talk about it, don't we?

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And we're still friends.

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Is that the time?

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I've got to get myself back to the beach.

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Would anybody like to come to the real beach with me?

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Yeah, we love to.

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If it's all right with you,

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I think I'm going to stay here and clean up a bit.

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I'll go to the beach with Ernie

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and then come and tell you about our adventures.

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Lovely, sir.

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Right, better get Crocky.

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There we are.

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Now, is everything...

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Oh, hang on. I've forgotten my sun cream.

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Got it here.

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Oh!

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Eurgh.

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Thanks, Ernie.

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See you later, Robert.

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Well, actually, sir, there is one thing I'd like to do before you go.

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Oh, what's that?

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-Sing a song, of course.

-Of course.

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Who wants to sing a song, everyone?

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# When you're down and feeling glum

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# You need a buddy or a chum

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# They'll make you laugh, make you smile

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# Keep you giggling for a while... # Whoo!

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Yeah!

0:22:290:22:31

GUITAR PLAYS

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# On a wet and windy day

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# Friends invite you round to play

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# Hide and seek, maybe bake

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# Share a piece of chocolate cake

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# Good friends are the best things They're the ones who help you out

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# Good friends are the best things We can sing and shout about... #

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-Go, drums!

-Yeah!

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DRUMS PLAY

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# On a hot and sunny day

0:23:040:23:06

# Friends invite you out to play

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# Kick a ball, fly a kite

0:23:080:23:09

# Hug your friends with all your might... #

0:23:090:23:12

-Piano!

-Whoo!

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PIANO MUSIC

0:23:130:23:16

Whoo, come on!

0:23:160:23:17

Yeah.

0:23:180:23:20

It's time!

0:23:200:23:21

# Good friends are the best things They're the ones who help you out

0:23:210:23:26

# Good friends are the best things We can sing and shout about... #

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-Go, guitar!

-GUITAR PLAYS

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-Yeah! Whoo, come on!

-And drums.

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DRUM PLAYS

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-Piano.

-Whoo, come on!

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PIANO PLAYS

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# Good friends are the best things They're the ones who help you out

0:23:420:23:46

# Good friends are the best things

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# We can sing and shout about Good friends are the best things

0:23:480:23:52

# They're the ones who help you out Good friends are the best things

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# We can sing and shout about. # Whoo!

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Yeah!

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Let's have a huge cheer for our wonderful special guest Ernie.

0:24:020:24:06

-ALL:

-Hooray!

0:24:060:24:09

Let's have a big cheer for Mac.

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-ALL:

-Hooray!

0:24:110:24:13

For Robert.

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-ALL:

-Hooray!

0:24:140:24:16

And of course, our Little Monster.

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-ALL:

-Hooray!

0:24:180:24:20

And the biggest cheer of all -

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for you!

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-ALL:

-Hooray!

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Fantastic.

0:24:240:24:25

-Are we ready to go to the beach now?

-Come on then.

-Let's go.

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-See you later, everyone.

-Off you go.

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Right, here we go.

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-All right, see you soon.

-Bye!

0:24:340:24:37

Ah.

0:24:370:24:40

-Robert?

-What?

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Come here, my best friend.

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Oh, I'll miss you too, sir.

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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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It was funny when

0:24:560:24:57

Justin got splashed in the water.

0:24:570:24:59

It's funny when Justin got messy.

0:24:590:25:04

I liked it when Justin

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got ice cream all over his face.

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You can carry on the fun

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on the CBeebies website in...

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Justin's House!

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Robert can't go to the real beach, so Justin and Mac turn Justin's house into a beach instead. Guest starring Paul Hawkyard from Old Jack's Boat.


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