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# Lift me up into the sky
# See the world through my eyes
# Mimiloo is where we'll fly
# And the chances are
# You're all I'll ever need
# Funny bunny friend of mine
# We will always be
# You and me
# Kate and Mim-Mim. #
There, all tucked in and ready for bed.
So, what story would you like to hear tonight?
Hmm... Oh, I know! How about Little Red Riding Hood?
Oh, one of my favourites.
You and Mim-Mim get comfy while I find the book.
Oh, what was it called again?
Little Fred Pyjama Pants?
Mummy's so silly, just like you, Mim-Mim.
I wonder what it would be like if you told the story
of Little Red Riding Hood?
Mim-Mim, funny bunny friend, it's time
to come to life again.
Kate and Mim-Mim, me and you, let's twirl away
Oh, thanks, Boomer.
Mim-Mim's in the story chair.
What do you know? I am in the story chair.
What's a story chair?
Whoever sits in the story chair gets to tell a story, Mim-Mim.
They do? I mean, I do?
Oh, boy, oh, boy, I know lots of stories.
Funny stories, silly stories.
What kind of story do you want me to tell?
How about Little Red Riding Hood?
Kate, there are some teeny, tiny things I forget about that story,
like, basically all of it.
You'll be fine, Mim-Mim.
Just tell the story in your own way.
It starts with, "Once upon a time..."
Yeah, OK, Kate, I'll try my bunny best.
Once upon a time, there was a girl named
er...Little Kate Riding Hood.
-Said Little Kate Riding Hood.
Hello, Little Kate Riding Hood, you are just in time.
I need you to take this cake to Grand-Mim's house.
Boomer love cake.
What kind of cake is it, Mim-Mim?
Ah, well, carrot cake.
Be safe and don't get lost in the woods.
And off she went, skipping and hopping to Grand-Mim's house,
until Little Kate Riding Hood stopped to say hello to...
Or, how about Tack, the woodsman and Gobble, the gardener?
That's what I meant.
Hello, Gardener Gobble and Woodsman Tack.
I'm on my way to Grand-Mim's house to bring her this cake.
Oh, this is where the story gets exciting.
Yeah, they warn Little Kate to watch out for the big bad wolf.
There is a wolf in this story?!
But, I'm, I mean, Little Kate Riding Hood is kind of scared of wolves.
He doesn't have to be a wolf.
It's your story, funny bunny.
You can make him anything you want.
You can make him a slinky swan.
Or a robot monkey.
Oh, OK, Boomer.
You can be a lion.
The woodsman tells Little Kate Riding Hood to watch out
for the little, sneaky lion.
Oh, hello. Who are you?
I know you, you're that sneaky little lion.
Oh, no, no.
Boomer Lion not sneaky.
Boomer Lion nice.
Right, well, it was nice to meet you, Boomer Lion,
but I have to bring this cake to Grand-Mim.
Little Kate knew that the lion was lying and skipped off to Grand-Mim's
house with her basket of cake.
Oh, Boomer Lion want cake.
Boomer Lion faster than little Kate.
Boomer Lion get there first!
When the sneaky lion got to Grand-Mim's house,
he knocked on the door.
And then, and then...
I've got nothing. Now what happens, Kate?
This is the part where the lion tries to get inside
by tricking Grand-Mim with what she loves the most.
-What did he do?
-He used carrots against me.
-Hey, Grand-Mim like carrots?
Carrots! Oh, boy, oh, boy.
Oh, that is one sneaky little lion.
Oh, I know what happens next.
Oh, what, what happens next?
The sneaky lion dresses up like Grand-Mim
and jumps into bed.
Now Boomer Lion wait for cake and take cake.
KNOCKING AT DOOR
Hello, Grand-Mim, it's Little Kate Riding Hood.
-May I come in?
Oh, I mean...
And this is the most super spectacular part
where Little Kate Riding Hood says...
My, what big blue eyes you have, Grand-Mim.
And the sneaky lion says...
Better to see you with.
Then Little Kate Riding Hood says...
And what big teeth you have.
Big teeth, yeah, better to eat cake with.
Wait. No-one tricks my Kate.
And then, Little Kate, who knew it was really the sneaky lion, said...
Aha, you're that sneaky lion.
No, no, I'm not.
Yes, he is. Don't let him fool you, Little Kate.
Oh, this is getting good.
Oh, yeah, yeah.
What happens next?
Help! Somebody help!
That's Little Kate Riding Hood.
I have to help her.
But the door was locked.
Luckily, Grand-Mim knew how to make a key.
Oh, I do? Right.
A carrot key.
Good idea, if I do say so myself.
Oh, well, that was easy.
Grand-Mim, after that lion!
-He's getting away.
-With the carrot cake!
-Hah. Look, it's that sneaky little lion.
And they chased him and he chased them.
That way and this way and way over that way.
They chased him and they chased him and they ran and ran and then...
And then they...
Kate, a little help, here. How does it end?
How do you want it to the end, funny bunny?
Remember, it's your story.
Your imagination is in charge.
Yeah, go for it, Mim-Mim.
Little Kate Riding Hood is counting on you.
Tell us how it ends.
And then, like magic,
a brave bunny in shining armour
appeared to save Little Kate Riding Hood and stop sneaky lion.
All right, fun time is over.
Hand over the cake, you sneaky lion.
Oh, he was just hungry.
Silly lion, if you want a piece of cake, all you have to do is ask.
Boomer Lion have cake?
Of course you can have a piece of cake,
but no swimming for 60 minutes.
I would enjoyeth a piece as well.
Chocolate carrot cake for everyone.
That's the good stuff.
I found it, Little Red Riding Hood.
I have an idea, Mum.
Why don't I tell you the story,
just they way Mim-Mim told it to us in Mimiloo?
I'd love that, Kate.
This is the story of Little Kate Riding Hood And Grand-Mim.
Once upon a time...