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Genie Roy

Series about a cartoon boy living in the real world. Roy, Becky and Tristan sell wares for Mrs Barker, but a mean stallholder loses them a sale.


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# Hey, everybody, Won't you come on in?

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# I'm Little Roy and this is Finn

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# We live together and we sure are glad

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# To have a big sister Becky and my mam and dad

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# I'm Little Roy

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# I'm Little Roy

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# Sometimes a cartoon kid can make mistakes

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# Like a runaway train without any brakes

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# When I'm in a pickle or a tricky situation

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# I love to use my big imagination

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# Where I can be Wonder Roy

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# With my sidekick Finn

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# Battling super villains and we always win

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-# Little Roy

-He's Little Roy

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-# I'm Little Roy

-He's Little Roy

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-# I'm Little Roy

-He's Little Roy

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-# I'm Little Roy

-He's Little Roy.

-#

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THEY LAUGH

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Guess what, Mrs Barker has asked us

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to help her run her store.

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I can't believe Mrs Barker is giving us some pocket money for

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helping her.

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Please be a genie, please be a genie...

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Oh, well, worth a try.

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Oh, no, Mrs Barker will be annoyed if she finds me messing around.

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Everything looks great.

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This is Stacey, she's running her nan's stall today.

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Stacey, this is Becky, Tristan, and... Roy is somewhere.

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He's still unpacking. Thanks for letting us help you.

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Oh, you're doing me a favour.

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I'm running the raffle,

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so I'll be right here beside you if you need me

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and Stacey helps her nan out a lot,

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so you can ask her anything, as well.

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So, what are you selling, Stacey?

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Well, my nan collects tea sets, she broke her foot so I'm trying to...

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Can I help you? This is so cute, don't you think?

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And we've the matching teapot.

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Hi, we have a very special offer, here -

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you get this tea cosy free with this teapot. Just one left.

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Ooooh! I think my nan had that teapot before.

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It spilt tea everywhere.

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Huh? No, no, no, this is fine, honest.

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Well, that was my customer.

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No, it wasn't!

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He was here first.

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I have to sell everything for my nan,

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so don't take any more of my customers, OK?

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Woo...

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-Look at this...

-This is lovely, isn't it?

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Ladies and gents, test your skill with this easy game.

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Almost everyone's a winner.

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Haven't seen one of these in ages, it's almost impossible to win.

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How about you, Sir?

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We'll let you test your skill and win one of these teddies for your

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-lovely wife.

-Ahh, go one, I'll give it a go, it's only a bit of fun.

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You never win on these stalls, it's a fix.

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The balls don't fit into the top of them, you see. It's...

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-BOTH:

-Wahey! Yeah!

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-Jimmy, you're the best.

-Oh, look at that.

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Oh, my goodness.

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-What is your name?

-Come on, mate, it's your go.

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It's actually very easy just be the ball.

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Yeah, and then we'll both have one, Maura.

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-I... no, I'm fine, I don't really like teddies anyway.

-Oh, look at it.

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-Ha-ha, nothing to it, hey?

-Yeah, yeah.

-Yeah, come on, Bill.

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Whoa, that's better!

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You look like a genie.

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If I had three wishes, I'd wish that Stacey would just leave us alone.

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I have an idea, help me squeeze inside again.

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Ready, Roy?

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GENIE MUSIC

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SHE COUGHS

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Now you look exactly like a genie.

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-Just one more touch, can you draw a moustache, please?

-OK.

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Brilliant. Now what?

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Ah, ah, ah...phew, it's gone.

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OK, Roy, get back in.

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-Where does the ball go?

-In the bowl.

-Where does the ball go?

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-In the bowl. I'm getting it this time.

-Sixth time lucky, maybe.

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You're going home, you're going home.

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Argh!

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So close. Still, though, two goes left.

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Yeah, come on, you can do it, you can do it!

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-Oh, no, it slipped.

-Perhaps sir should let his friend try.

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No, you're right, you're all right. Come on, Bill, don't miss.

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-Here we go, here we go.

-Come on, you beauty.

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-Argh!

-Never mind, love, sure I didn't want a teddy, anyway.

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Maybe the raffle will suit your skill set a bit more.

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They're getting the teddy, Maura - today!

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What are YOU going to wish for?

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I was thinking maybe magic football boots or...or to be a pop star.

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Nice, I'm going to wish for a pony. No, a unicorn.

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TAPPING

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-Where's Roy, have you seen him?

-No, he must have wondered off.

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-Oh, no, we must find him!

-But who will watch the stall and the teapot?

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I'll watch your stall if you want.

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Stacey, that's so nice of you, thanks. We'll be right back.

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GENIE MUSIC Ah-choo!

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Eww!

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I am the Genie of the teapot. Why have you called me?

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You look very small to be a Genie.

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You've got to start somewhere. I am a junior genie. OK?

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Watch this...

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POP!

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-OK, OK, I believe you, yuck!

-Really? I mean, good.

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-Can you tidy this up please?

-If you wish.

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Yeah, well, you made the mess so, yes.

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Granted.

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Wait, that's not one of my wishes. I get three wishes, right?

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-You get one wish.

-Isn't it meant to be three?

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Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha, that's only in fairy tales.

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But this once I'll give you one more wish if you prove yourself worthy.

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But, I am! I'm doing all this for my...

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You must prove you can be helpful and kind.

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Find someone to help and then you will have your wish.

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I'll be right back.

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No need to hurry!

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Now for some serious selling.

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Come on, baby.

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Come on, come on, come on... Come on...

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-Oh!

-All right, all right, this time...

-One more, one more!

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One more...

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Argh!

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Excuse me, I think I can help.

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Really?

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Yes, my nan's played netball forever.

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-She's actually recovering from an ankle injury now.

-Oh?

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-The key is BEEF.

-Oh, yeah...

-BEEF?

-What...? BEEF?

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-Balance...

-BOTH:

-Eye, elbow, and follow-through!

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-Aah!

-Pretty cool!

-Yes!

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CLEARS THROAT Again.

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Don't miss the hole, what would her nan know?

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She's a five-time national champion.

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-CHEERING

-Wow!

-That's awesome!

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OK, Bill, come on! This is it...

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Be the ball, be the ball.

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Be the ball... Be the ball...

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CHEERING

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There you are, Roy.

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Wow, you make a fine genie.

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Where's Stacey?

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Er, she, erm, had to help somebody.

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That girl is always helping people.

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She's a credit to her nan.

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-I think we might be wrong about Stacey.

-How?

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She's trying to help her nan out somehow, I heard her say it earlier.

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That makes more sense.

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We shouldn't have tricked her.

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-But she was being mean.

-Two wrongs don't make a right, Nan says.

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Er, help me out?

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Ready?

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GRUNTS WITH EFFORT

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Whoa! Whoa!

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Er, hiya.

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You're not a real genie!

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Now I'll never sell enough in time to get my nan a new TV!

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No, I'm sorry. I didn't know.

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You were being mean and we thought...

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All I want is to make my nan happy. You tricked me,

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and now I won't have time to sell everything. It's your fault.

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What would Wonder Roy do?

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Check it out, my flippery friend,

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the villains are recruiting followers.

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-This should be fun.

-It's me, The Master!

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Tired of cleaning your rooms? I say, no more!

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Join me and together, "Mess we can"!

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CROWD CHANTS: Mess we can!

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I am Megabot. Give me a challenge, please.

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HE CACKLES

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CROWD CHANT: No, we can't!

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Discover the benefits of veggies!

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This could turn nasty...

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Litterbugs, away!

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Mess, my pretties.

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-Take that!

-Oh!

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Try some of your own medicine!

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Should we do something?

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OK, let's go!

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Enough! Stop this carry on now!

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-Yikes!

-Argh! Litterbugs, retreat!

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-Argh! Grr!

-HE WHISTLES INNOCENTLY

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You're setting a bad example.

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But whoever gets the most followers wins a donation

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to their chosen charity.

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Mine is the Retired Villains Trust.

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My charity is the Retired Villains Trust too.

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They help mum a lot.

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I'd be lost without them.

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-My auntie is Negative Nelly, see?

-No way! How is she?

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Great, thanks. Negative as ever!

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And me - my dad's Villainous Veggie.

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He taught me everything I know.

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Then why not try and work together, if it's the same cause?

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-Are you sure?

-Hmm... Yep!

-It will never work, but OK!

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HE SLURPS

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-Mmm, yum!

-I like this organised crime!

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Yuck, I am having mixed feelings!

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See, I hope you've learned that by working together,

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you can achieve far better results.

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Now don't try and use it in a villainous way!

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-Oh! How about we combine our stalls and work together?

-That could work.

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But why would you want to help me? I wasn't very nice to you.

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We weren't very nice either, but if you had told us why you

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needed to sell stuff we would have helped.

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-Really?

-Yes. That's what friends do.

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Squeeze you back inside the teapot?

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I love it. THEY CHUCKLE

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Roll up, roll up!

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Take a free photo with me, Genie Roy,

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when you purchase one of these fantastic deals.

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-This is so much fun!

-I know.

-You forgot your tickets.

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-Oh, yeah, thanks.

-Oh, it's a genie.

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-Here you go!

-Ooh!

-You did a fantastic job!

-Ah!

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Thanks, Mrs Barker. What's wrong?

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Oh, no. I don't have enough money to buy Nan a TV.

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I wanted to surprise Nan with it while she recovers.

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Will this help?

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-Oh, no. I can't take your money.

-Yes, you can.

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It's still not enough, but thanks so much.

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And now for the raffle, and first prize goes to...

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..B52.

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-B-...

-You have it, that one there.

-B52...

-We have a winner!

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B52! B52! We win! We win!

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Congratulations, Bill. First prize is a brand-new TV.

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-Oh!

-Yay! Ha-ha!

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-Bill? We have a TV already.

-Yeah, yeah...

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Yeah, yes. Stacey, I, er... I think your nan needs this more than we do.

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-Really? You're giving me the prize?

-We'd love to.

-Yes, I am.

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-Hey, Bill?

-Yeah?

-It's not just any ordinary TV.

-Oh?

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No, it's the same we have.

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The 64 inch ultra-high-definition flatscreen TV,

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the best TV in the world, ever.

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Your nan would be so, so, proud, wouldn't she?

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THEY CHEER

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-Ah!

-Come on!

-Woo!

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No looking, no looking, no looking!

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Argh!

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-Come on...

-Woo!

-Woo! Argh!

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More, more, more, more, more!

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Wahey!

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Argh!

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Roy becomes a genie in a teapot at the local fair. Roy, Becky and Tristan sell wares for Mrs Barker, but mean stallholder Stacy loses them a sale. Will their trick help them beat Stacy or will they learn that working together is the best policy?