Trixie Wants to Party Lockie Leonard


Trixie Wants to Party

Live action comedy series. Lockie, Mel, Vicki and Josh form an act for the upcoming Battle of the Bands, but their biggest battle will be staying together.


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# Worlds away from anyone

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# They were burning themselves out in the sun

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# Worlds away from anyone

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# They were burning themselves out in the sun

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# There was just enough to get that far away

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# Ooh... #

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'It was the Battle of the Bands.

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'All of Angelus was preparing to go to war.'

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-# Slay the serpent

-# Deny the beast

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-# Slay the serpent

-# Deny the beast. #

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'Everybody was getting into it, forming bands.

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'Even Sarge was obsessed.'

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INSTRUMENTAL

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# I'm going to lock you up I'm going to put you in a cell

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# We're going to lock you up

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# Until you learn how to spell

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# Incarceration, incarceration

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# Inc-a-a-a-a-a-arceration. #

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-Hey! This is cruel and unusual.

-Ssh! We're rehearsing.

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-You're a band? What are you called?

-The Police.

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-The New Police.

-Oh, yeah!

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Two, three, four.

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'People of all ages were getting musical. Even my teachers.'

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# I pooch and I duddle I rhyme like a model

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# Yo-ho, you hunt like a muddle

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# I want to see you waddle Miss Phwoddle A-ha! #

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Battle of the Bands on fire!

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The bowling alley is donating first prize in the Battle of the Bands.

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100, less expenses.

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So, it's probably more like 80.

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The winning band also gets a two-week residency at the bowling alley.

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Yes. Professional acts only need apply.

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I've heard a famous local band will be reforming for the occasion.

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A-huh. The famous Hot Omelette!

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Wow!

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I've never heard of them.

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We're not interested in rubbish. I just wanted to say that.

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If you're rubbish, don't enter.

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'Hot Omelette broke up years ago. Way before Rev Egg was a Rev.'

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-What d'you mean, you don't want to reform the Omelette?

-I can't do it.

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Me, you, Ms Archer. The new Hot Omelette.

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Might be a bit of fun.

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It wouldn't be the same now. I'm not the same.

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And without the original members, it wouldn't be right.

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It was more than the sum of its parts.

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Me, Trixie, Bunny.

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We were a really... A Hot Omelette.

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'The beach was empty. Everybody was busy with band battles.

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'Well, almost everybody.

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'And now that we were all getting along,

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'Vicki, Josh, Mel and I

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'were battling to find something to do together, as friends.'

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Wow! How good is this?

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The whole beach to ourselves. We're the only ones.

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That's because it's freezing.

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-It's not that cold.

-I'm going back in.

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-We'll pass.

-Great.

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Maybe we should do something we can all do together.

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-Like what?

-Maybe we could start up a band.

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-What for?

-Everyone else is.

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Not me. I'm already in a band.

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It's a solo project, mostly.

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Maybe we could all join your band.

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-I guess. Yeah.

-What's it called?

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S-S-S-S-S-S-Sandfish...

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..Girl.

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Catchy. I like it.

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LOUD UPBEAT INSTRUMENTAL

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-Josh?

-How good is this?

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-What?

-Our first track.

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OK, OK. Um...

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-Sing something.

-What?

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-Sing something!

-We don't know how the song goes!

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Well, make it up!

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# Nah-nah-nah, nah-nah-nah

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-# Nah, nah, nah...

-Lockie! Can you stop for a minute?

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# Yeah, yeah, yeah. #

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-What?

-This isn't working out. We don't fit together.

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Yes, we do. Of course we do!

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Everybody do stuff. We'll make this work.

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-Maybe I should write some lyrics.

-Yeah! And I'll help.

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-And, Josh, you can -

-I'm working on the loops.

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I've got band paper here somewhere.

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-I'm going back to the beach.

-Now?

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-But we're a band.

-If you think it'll work out, you're kidding yourself.

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See you later.

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I could've... stayed and fought for a place in the band,

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but... it wasn't real.

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Snorkelling, it's real.

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'Phillip and Joe weren't into music.

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'They had a bigger battle on their hands.

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'After weeks of speculation,

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'there wasn't a monster in the swamp after all. It was Mr Streeton.'

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What was in my sack? Just a couple of frogs.

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I'm thinking of putting in an eco-friendly ornamental pond.

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'Phillip and Joe were on a mission

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'to find out what Mr Streeton was really doing with the frogs.'

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-Argh!

-BOTH: Argh!

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-What are you doing here?

-We're on patrol.

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We're looking for Mr Streeton.

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-Under whose orders?

-I don't know.

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-Isn't that why you're out here?

-That's classified information.

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Return to base.

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-Huh?

-Home time. Both of you. Now!

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Come on, let's go.

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UPBEAT RECITAL

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# Freaky lady... #

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'Egg talked his dad into forming a new Omelette,

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'but it wasn't very hot.'

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DISCORDANT DIN

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-Whoa! Whoa! Hang on.

-No good?

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-From the start again?

-It was pretty bad.

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-Remind me, why are you here?

-Quality control.

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-I have to make sure the standard of entries is high.

-Knock-knock!

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Hello!

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-Rock and roll!

-Trixie?

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-You'd better believe it, brother!

-Oh, baby!

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-Hey, guys. This is Miss Trixie Jay.

-The one and only.

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-From the original Hot Omelette. Wow!

-Wow's right, kid.

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-This is my boy.

-Hi. I'm Egg.

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This is Sasha and Ms Archer.

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-Hi.

-Heard you were reforming Hot Omelette on the radio.

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-You were listening?

-My room-mate digs it.

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Everyone's banging on about Joy. I think it was you talking to her.

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-Yeah, that was me.

-I got straight on the bus.

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-I mean, 100 is 100.

-Less expenses.

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Let's skip the talk. Let's rock!

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Plug in that axe and hit me with three chords!

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# Ah-ah... #

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Oh, yeah! Come on. You know it!

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# Ah-ah. #

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Recorder? Don't even think about it.

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The recorder's gold. Honest! True rock and roll.

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Go with it, people!

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# Ah-ah, ah-ah, yeah

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# Ye-yeah, ye-yeah... #

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'Hot Omelette was back. A lethal force.

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'But straight off, there were casualties.'

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The clash of elements. The push and pull of creative tension.

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It's the essence of rock and roll.

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It's just not really my essence.

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'Sarge always said the worst part of the job was paperwork.'

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Things get rough. I've had enough.

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From in your cuffs...

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Cuffs, cuffs, cuffs.

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Lyrics are tough.

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We saw him at the swamp again.

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Tough rhymes with cuff...

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Mr Streeton! We saw Mr Streeton!

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I will tell you straight. I don't want you going in that swamp.

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-We were just looking.

-The last thing I need out there

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is rookies caught behind enemy lines. It'll mess up my mission.

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But, Sarge, it's all we've got.

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It's hard to conduct groundbreaking experiments

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when there's a man in the swamp.

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We need to know what he's doing, for the sake of science.

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Sarge, don't make me beg. Please.

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'Meanwhile, rehearsals were improving.'

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I came to your party!

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You jumped on the table!

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Fell... on the table. It was terrifying.

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It was funny, but that doesn't rhyme.

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-How about, "You fell on a table..."

-Twisted a cable.

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-Crashed to the floor.

-Came back for more.

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It works!

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Josh? Josh?

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-It's sick!

-Can you turn that down?

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Don't worry about the words, this loop is phat!

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Can you turn it off for one minute?

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MUSIC STOPS

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-I'm going.

-Where?

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Away from you guys.

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DOOR SLAMS SHUT

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Sound. Image. Process.

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New sound. New image.

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I don't think they understood.

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'And then there were two.'

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-School camp was cool.

-We hung out at the pool.

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And we studied molecules.

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And we said...

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-And we said there were no...

-No rules.

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And we said there were no rules. Yeah. That's awesome.

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'Vicki and me were working perfectly as a team again.

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'Just like the old days.'

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-It's brilliant.

-Gold.

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UPBEAT MUSIC BLASTS

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Well, maybe it's... only bronze. Silver, at best.

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-I should find Josh.

-Yeah, you should.

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I left my computer behind.

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Stay. You should be in the band.

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-Huh?

-Don't give up on it.

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Not yet.

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This is my band. Don't accuse me of giving up on it.

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-You walked out!

-I named this band!

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-Sandpig World?

-Sandfish Girl. Get it right.

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How can you be in a band if you don't know its name?

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-We're changing the name, anyway.

-To what?

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-Prawn Tornado.

-Prawn Tornado? Huh!

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Number one - I started this band.

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Number two - I decide who's in it. Maybe it should be a duo.

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Two people, as in me and Vicki.

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You left! It's Prawn Tornado.

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Maybe it is meant to be a duo.

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I don't care what the band's called, or who's in it.

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I quit.

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BOTH: Vicki?

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-Well, that was all your fault.

-You're the common denomin-in-in...

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..De-denominoid. You're the common threat!

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Do you want to take this outside?

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I thought there was chemistry. With some of us, there was.

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I get along with Josh, I get along with Lockie,

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but the three of us together,

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it's like... together we fail chemistry.

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'I can't imagine life as a soldier.

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'You go to work, people want to hurt you. What sort of job is that?

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'Yet, here I was, ready to do battle with Josh.'

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-Why do we have to come outside?

-You have to in a fight!

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-Are you planning on hitting me?

-Yep!

-Go on then!

-Why do I go first?

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-You wanted to fight. Just don't hit me in the ear.

-What?!

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-I don't want to be hit in the ear!

-OK! Not in the face!

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-We just say we had a fight.

-I hit you hard.

-And I hit you back harder!

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-I got you right in the shoulder!

-And I hit you in the ear! Give in?

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-I won't give in!

-I got you again on the ear!

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OK! OK!

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I give in.

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You fight dirty.

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You have to sometimes. I'm just going to get cleaned up.

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'Phillip and Joe were back on the case.'

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Target alighting his car, over.

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Roger that, copy that, over.

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Target last observed heading south south-east towards the swamp, over.

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Roger that, copy that, over.

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-Little Poppa, are you still there?

-Still with you, over.

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Are you sure he went in to the swamp? Over.

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Affirmative, over.

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No. Can't see him anywhere.

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Little Poppa, return to base.

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-Wait up. Listen.

-KNOCKING

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-Gotcha!

-Aw!

-Red-handed!

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What are you doing here?

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We'd like to ask you the same question?

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It's obvious, isn't it?

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This land is now for sale.

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Now that the native frog population has moved on,

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the council is fully entitled to put this land on the market.

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Native from population.

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Yes. Vanished. Who knows where!

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But I've checked. There's not a single frog left here any more.

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You moved them yourself. That's what you've doing.

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That's a serious accusation, young man. I hope you can prove it.

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Look, this is a great spot for a retirement village,

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conference centre, cinema complex,

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retail precinct.

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Ta-ta, lads!

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Can't we arrest him for something?

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Sorry, boys. Mr Streeton's won this battle.

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But he won't win the war.

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(The horror).

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That's it - the battle. We need to enter the Battle of the Bands.

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I thought we agreed to boycott on moral grounds.

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That was before we needed the cash.

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We need it if we're going to buy the swamp back.

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One small problem. I can't play a musical instrument. Can you?

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No. Not really.

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Music can't be that different to science, can it?

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There must be a formula to it.

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Joe, there's a logic for everything.

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BEATS AND SCRATCHING

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Yes. Sounding good!

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'Over at Egg's house, the walls were shaking.'

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# Nasty, freak person, oh yeah! #

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-That was pretty cool.

-We can do better. What about Freaky Mushroom!

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-I forgot that one.

-Come on. Fire it up! Smash it out!

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-I think I have to stop now.

-Stop?! I'm only just getting warmed up!

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I've made a quiche and some salad. There's enough for everyone.

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-Fantastic.

-We don't need to eat. We're on a rock n roll diet!

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Not me. I'm having dinner.

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Put on the telly and I'll go get the stable tables.

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You have dinner in front of the TV?

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The gardening show. We never miss it.

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Look, we're going to part hard!

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Egg, throw your hands in the air like you just don't care!

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Rock and roll! Get wild! Let's trash the place!

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Grab the TV and throw it out the window!

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I have a church service in the morning.

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'Miss Trixie was fighting a losing battle.

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'She left, so she could party hard.

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'How you do that in Angelus, I don't know.'

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RECORDER PLAYS

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-Don't let me stop you playing.

-I was just messing around.

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It sounded beautiful.

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-You and Miss Trixie work well together.

-She loves her music.

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-It's lucky she found you again.

-Yeah. Amazing, eh?

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Mrs Leonard's Radio making quite an impact out there.

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You don't mind I'm playing with Trixie tomorrow instead of you?

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Of course not.

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-Why would I?

-It's changed things a bit.

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I play because it makes me happy.

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You have to do what makes you happy.

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'Ms Archer had decided to step aside.

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'She wasn't going to fight this battle.'

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-Want to go to the Battle of the Bands?

-Nope.

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-But everyone else is going?

-Just like everyone else is in a band?

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But you know what? Maybe not everyone needs to be in a band.

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-You don't have to fight this one.

-Fight? What?!

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You're fighting to prove stuff to Josh. Prove you can be friends.

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We are friends.

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-Sort of.

-You don't have to be his friend or his enemy.

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Or Vicki's either.

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Meanwhile, we could just go to the beach.

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'It was at this point I realised Josh was right.

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'Vicki and Josh were a duo and I was now a solo artist.

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'Well, maybe not an artist, but really solo.

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'And I never belonged in Sandfish Girl.'

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# Na-na na na-na na

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# Na-na na-na na-na na

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# Na na-na na na-na na

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# Na na-na, na na-na-na na-na

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# Na na-na na-na na... #

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'Just like Ms Archer with Hot Omelette.'

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-Hot Omelette won't be performing today.

-CROWD: Aww!

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But instead, we have a new band.

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Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome...

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-Over Easy.

-APPLAUSE AND CHEERS

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'Everyone said Over Easy were good. Really good.

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'Same for the New Police.'

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# Roxette

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# You will have to stop at the red light

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# Slow down

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# Stop at the red light

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# The New Police. #

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THEY APPLAUD

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'Mel and I didn't make the competition.

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'I was tired of battling.

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'Thanks to Mel, I figured out all I needed to battle were waves.'

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Hi. We're Phillip and Joe.

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This is some of the progressive electro stuff we've been working on.

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THEY APPLAUD

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# We have created this song

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# We're gonna break up space and time

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# We are the sons of... #

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'I'm not sure how it works with Phillip and Joe, but it works.

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'Even Sasha was impressed.

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'She gave second prize to Over Easy.

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'Said she couldn't give first to Egg. That might look unprofessional.

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'Phillip and Joe were pretty good though. They deserved to win.'

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We spent so much time in the studio. It was great to play live.

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-Great to win the cash!

-Now we can focus on buying the swamp.

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-With 85 bucks?!

-We'll invest it, make it work for us.

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Cool place for a recording studio.

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Lockie, Mel, Vicki and Josh form an act for the upcoming Battle of the Bands, but their biggest battle will be staying together. When Egg re-forms Hot Omelette, Rev must decide between recapturing the past and his future. Phillip and Joe finally discover what is really going on in the swamp.


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