The Big Fib Me and My Monsters


The Big Fib

Children's comedy about a family with monsters in their basement. When Eddie teaches the monsters about lying, what starts out as a tiny fib soon escalates.


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# You're my mate when I'm not feeling strong

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# You put me right when I am going wrong

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# You're my hands when my arms are tied

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# You colour me in when I'm black and white

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# You pick me up when I fall down You take my frown and turn it around

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# I couldn't wish for better friends to share my life with

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# Don't be sad and lonely if you need someone to hold your hand

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# Me and my monsters care

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# Me and my monsters care. #

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OK, zip your lips and listen up.

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I'm Kate Carlson and I'm here to kick some culinary butt.

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No mercy!

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Welcome to the first online edition of Furious Food.

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We're putting the smackdown on a peppercorn steak.

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Salt, pepper - no mucking around, just rub it on.

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The meat's already dead, you can't hurt it.

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OW!

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And cut.

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So, how do you like my new celebrity chef persona?

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Will it be a real attention grabber when I post it on my website?

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-Well?

-'They say honesty is the best policy

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'but everyone knows there are times when it's better to bend the truth.

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It's, er...certainly different.

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-Yeah, but in a good way.

-Really? You liked it?

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It was really, um...What's the word I'm looking for?

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-Bad?

-'Everyone, that is, except monsters.'

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Oh, dear. You guys have so much to learn.

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But mummy human person thingy was bad. What should we have done?

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Lied! Made something up. Not told the truth.

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Why wouldn't we tell the truth? She reeked!

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But you hurt her feelings.

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You make up something harmless. It's called a white lie.

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They come in different colours?

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This is more complicated than that 'spray glue isn't deodorant' fiasco.

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Humans lie all the time.

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There are everyday fibs, which get you out of trouble.

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I'll show you.

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Oh, look - a half-eaten packet of cheese crackers.

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Pity they were contaminated by nuclear waste

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-and are completely inedible.

-MONSTERS: Oh...!

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Ha-ha! I lied and you totally bought it.

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They're fine!

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Whoa! That's impressive!

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I still would have eaten them.

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Biddy-bo-bar. Yum.

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Anyway, that's fibs and then at the top of the tree

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you've got your great big whoppers

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aka humungo lies.

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-Ooh, sounds dangerous.

-Bo-bad-oh!

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Like what?

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Take the time I blamed my cousin Horace

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for smashing up the greenhouse when it was me.

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Pfffrrrt!

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You big liar! Let me get this straight,

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I'd be lying if I said something like...

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"Oh, Haggis."

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Aaargh! My horns are on fire! My horns are on fire!

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-Aaargh! Oh-oh! Oh!

-Haggis, relax.

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Fiend was just winding you up. He's lying!

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Your horns aren't really on fire.

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No...but your bum is!

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Aaaaargh!

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Aaah!

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Oh-oh-oh!

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It's like I never truly knew what fun was until now.

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You're not on fire. Come on!

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Wait, Eddie. Before the circus leaves town,

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I'd like to ask you a question.

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Where's my MP3 player?

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It's in the sitting room!

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Quickly, tell me where it is, that music-making thing I lent you.

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Er, I gave it to Haggis.

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I gave it to Norman.

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Brrrr-buck-bah-wah.

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-Eddie, I can't find it!

->

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OK, follow my lead.

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Did you hear wh...?

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Oh. Oh, Eddie?

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Ow!

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Oh, it's on my knee.

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Haggis, that's the last time I try to give you a piggyback.

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Hmm?

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Er...look, Eddie,

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my MP3 isn't in the sitting room, so...

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Oh, that's right! It's in the basement.

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I'll get it when my knee's better.

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-I'll get it myself.

-No, you can't! Ow!

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Oh, I mean...you wouldn't want to.

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I left it between Norman's nose-hair sculpture

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and Haggis's snot mountain.

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I'm going to the library at 5pm and either my MP3 comes with me,

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or you'll be limping on the other leg too. Understood?

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Sure, Ange. Come on, boys.

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Help me to the chair before I pass out from the agony.

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Eddie, is your knee better?

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Is he EVER going to get this?

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Once he forgot how to blink for three weeks!

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That was an emergency lie to buy some time.

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We need to split up and search this place from top to bottom.

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We've only got two hours.

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OK, monsters. You heard Eddie -

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let's make this fast, efficient and above all, stealthy.

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Crub-a-dub-bool.

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What are you doing?

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E-e-e-e-e-e-e-er....

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Well?

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A-hem! The reason that we're in here

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is quite simple.

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Eddie wanted us to get him...

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-a book!

-Which book?

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The Beginner's Guide To Ballet.

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Yeah, what you said.

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Guys, did you find that...?

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Did they find the ballet book?

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They did, but you don't need a book. And...bend, two, three.

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Turn, two, three. Straight back, Haggis!

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Did the monsters put something in your coffee again?

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No, you don't need a book because you have me.

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The monsters told me everything.

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When I was your age, my friends used to call me the prince of the plie.

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Kids can be cruel. I wouldn't worry about it.

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Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Romeo And Juliet.

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I was third reserve understudy for them all.

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Straight back, Haggis!

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Psst! Eddie!

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We only told one little fib and now he's gone all happy-faced freaky!

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You've got to help us!

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No talking during practice!

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Eddie, if you had a secret passion for ballet,

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all you had to do was tell me.

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There's nothing better for building strength and balance.

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Secret passion for ballet?

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Oh, yeah!

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Ballet, that's right!

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I'm mad for it!

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There's, er, something in my eye.

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Well, go ahead, son. Release the beauty within! Express yourself!

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CLASSICAL PIANO MUSIC PLAYS

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Well, practice makes perfect, I guess.

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I hope. I know!

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I'll get out the photographs of me

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as peasant number three from The Nutcracker to inspire you.

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What a production!

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Keep at it, Eddie!

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Fiend, leave the lying to me, OK?

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If you want to help, get looking for Angela's MP3 player now!

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Oh, Eddie?

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I do hope your knee injury doesn't interfere with your ballet.

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I'll check the basement again.

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Kate, have you seen the album with the...?

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Welcome to Passion Fruits. I'm Kate Carlson.

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Sit down. Relax. Make yourself comfortable.

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Today we're cooking up an amorous assortment

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of oysters and truffles dipped in...

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em...

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ketchup.

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Mum, Dad, have you seen...?

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Oh! Thank goodness I caught you before you actually started kissing.

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Is it safe to look yet?

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Sure. I'm just trying out my new cooking persona. Does it suit me?

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You want the truth?

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-Not really.

-Then, yes, it really suits you.

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Eddie's in the sitting room.

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Oh, gross!

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-FIEND:

-Hey, Angela!

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-What a pleasant surprise!

-Where's my MP3 player, you overgrown amphibian?

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Eddie told us to look for it in here cos he's completely lost...

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..His mind!

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OK, I'll go down to the basement and get it myself.

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-Wait!

-Why?

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Em...let me see now.

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OK, you can't go down there...

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because...Norman...

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is...hibernating. Mm, not bad.

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-Oh, he's hibernating.

-Mm.

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Yeah, in summer.

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Yes, well, it's not so much of a hibernation,

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more of a fur-shedding monster thing.

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It's not a pretty sight.

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Makes him very...bitey.

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Whatever.

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OK, so I know you liked it,

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but I just don't think the kitchen-seductress thing is me.

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For the record, I disagree.

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But what about food-fusion scientist?

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Bacon-flavoured ice cream,

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chocolate-coated squid rings...

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-Er...

-Great!

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I knew you'd like it! I'll go dig out my old lab coat.

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Kate Carlson, professor of mad flavours!

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I'm lucky I don't have embarrassing parents like some people(!)

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Aargh! How do you do that?!

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-It's the ballet.

-Doodle-oodle-oom.

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Keeps us light on our feet.

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I searched all the boxes on this side of the room,

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-so you search over there...

-Eddie...

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-Look under stuff as well as on top of it...

-Eddie...

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We've only got an hour left...

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Thank, Norm.

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Angela's coming!

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-DOOR OPENS

-That'll be her now! Hide!

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Hello?

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Norman?

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I'm... I'm just looking for my MP3 player

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and I will be out of your way as soon as possible.

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-I know you're hibernating.

-(Hibernating?!)

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(Pretty good, huh?)

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PFFFRRRRT!

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Norman?! Well, it's better out than in, I suppose.

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THUNDEROUS PFFFFRRRRT!

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Oh, forget it!

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That was too close!

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Yeah, she nearly caught us!

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No, I mean THAT was too close.

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What are we going to do about Angela's MP3 player?

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That's the problem with lying -

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once you start, it's harder than you think to stop.

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Like licking your armpits.

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I said, "Don't worry, Eddie! We will not rest until we've found it!"

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Burble-broo.

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Mmmm. Num-num.

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-THEY GASP

-Booga-booda!

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Care to tell me what you're doing in here, chaps?

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Er, nothing. Looking for something.

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-What?

-Er...

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Monster fleas!

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Where did that come from?

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-Fleas?!

-Yeah, Haggis has monster fleas.

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-I don't have fleas!

-There's one!

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Ow!

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They're biters, too.

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Oh, great(!) Do me a favour, don't tell Nick -

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he'll want to fumigate the whole house.

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So...who else might have come in contact with these monster fleas?

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Em...

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EDDIE: Oh, wait. Don't tell me.

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I'm thinking monster fleas?

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That's right. Apparently they're so big you can hear them breathing.

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-Fiend's been telling me all about it.

-Yeah!

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He's helpful like that(!)

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Oh, no! I'd better was the bed sheets as well!

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So, Eddie, am I a master liar or what?!

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This is getting way out of hand!

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-Just tell me you found it.

-No,

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but we have a brilliant plan to help Norm remember where he left it.

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Bim-bo-ah!

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You are feeling very sleepy.

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Oh-munna-bowie-oh-wee!

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Come on, we're running out of time!

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-Never rush a hypnotism.

-I'll give you a cheese cracker.

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And...he's under.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Norman, we need you to remember where you were last using the MP3 player.

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Ah-boo-bah-boo-heeda. Pffrrt! Uh-bee-boo.

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He put it in your jeans.

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Good! Good! Which jeans?

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Ba-biddy-ba-boo-bah-ba-bee-bay. Maaaah!

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The jeans Mum is about to put in the washing machine.

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Yes!

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Haboo-ba-bee-boo.

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Hello.

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Oh, maybe I should throw the cushion covers in while I'm at it.

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Eddie? It's 4.55.

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No sweat!

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What?!

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Gobbedy-goo. Gobbedy-gah.

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Not practising?

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Oh! Ballet, two, three, four.

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That's better, that's better.

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Hey, check this out!

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I found them - my old ballet pumps.

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HE SNIFFS

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Mmmm! Pretty cool, huh?

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-Er, that's...nice, Dad. Thanks.

-Hey and guess what else?

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I just booked you into your first proper...

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-ballet lesson!

-You've what?!

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In half an hour. I practically had to bribe the teacher to get you in,

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but when she heard it was your passion... Well... Come on!

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You can change in the car!

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Er, the thing is, Dad...

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-ANGELA:

-Time's up, Eddie!

->

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..you've made my dreams come true. See you in the car.

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OK, guys, it's up to you now.

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You HAVE to get that MP3 player before I get back

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or I'm dead meat.

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You can count on us, Eddie. We're all over it!

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Snack first?

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Nom-nom.

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-Anything?

-Nothing and we've looked everywhere!

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-Burdle-bah-by-beebo?

-Tidy up?

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Yeah, I suppose.

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Dessert first?

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MUM: What is going on here?

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-Did you do this?

-Er...

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I cannot tell a lie, it was...

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..n't us!

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It was...

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er...cousin!

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Yes, that's right. Cousin...Herman.

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-Ba-doo-ba-duh.

-Who is Cousin Herman?

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He's our cousin. Clue's in the name!

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And we thought you were the smart one?!

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Yes, but... I mean, come on. How did he get here?

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Are you kidding?! Cousin Herman can go anywhere he wants to!

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Well, how come you've never mentioned him before?

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Erm...

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-Em...

-Erm...

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That's right, Norm!

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We were scared you might like him more than you like us.

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So where is this Cousin Herman then?

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-Er...

-Haggis?

-Huh?

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Herman? Herman...is...is...

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is in the...

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-In the basement?

-Hmm.

-Yeah!

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Well, that explains the funny noises down there.

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I knew Norman wasn't hibernating.

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And the giant fleas came from Herman too, I suppose?

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That works. I mean, yeah, exactly!

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I know! I know we should have told you about him earlier,

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but it's just that,

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while Cousin Herman is the brilliantest monster ever,

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he's very shy, you see.

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He gets a little jittery around humans and he's been known to...

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Well, you know.

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Uh... Ha-ha, er...

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Booble-doo grob-golly blurg.

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NORMAN GROWLS AND ROARS

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Hazzy-collaty!

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NORMAN ROARS FEROCIOUSLY

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Blabbity-blah-buloo!

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TOGETHER: Eat them?!

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Truthfully?

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Yes.

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At least we know what to expect now.

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Thank you for telling us the truth, Fiend.

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Any time, Kate.

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Any time.

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Why didn't you warn me, Dad?

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Ballet's brutal!

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Like my dance teacher always said,

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"If you can't stand the chafing, stay out of the dance studio."

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I'll run you a bath.

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Oh, hey, Eddie!

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Wow, your fake limping is getting really realistic!

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Please just tell me you found the MP3.

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Even better!

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Fiend!

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What have you done?!

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Ha-ha-haaa!

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Yes, we know you've been lying, Eddie.

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All right, all right, I admit it.

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I completely lost...

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A fight with Cousin Herman and he ate my MP3 player.

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Huh?

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Don't worry, Eddie.

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The monsters have been telling us all about their troublesome guest.

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It completely explains all the weird stuff that's happened today.

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Well, I guess it does.

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(Cousin Herman. Nice one, fiend.)

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Oh! Oh! I know! Why don't we invite Cousin Herman up for tea?

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What?! No!

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Why not? He loves meeting new people.

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No, he doesn't.

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Yes, he... Whose cousin is he anyway?!

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Well, I suppose we should see who we're dealing with.

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OK, Fiend,

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Cousin Herman is coming to tea.

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You know, Fiend, that was going really, really well

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right up to the part

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-where you invited your make-believe cousin to tea!

-Yeah,

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I thought that was a boo-boo too for a second,

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but check this out!

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Oh, Cousin Herman!

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NORMAN SINGS A FANFARE

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Grrrr!

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Raaargh!

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Grrrr!

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Oh, wait!

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-You're right, that's totally convincing(!)

-Really?

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No, I'm lying!

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That's the final one. No more! I'm finished with the fibs.

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Is that another lie?

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No! Sorry, guys, but this fib is all yours.

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Good luck.

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So, to recap, rule number one...?

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No direct eye contact with Cousin Herman.

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Rule number two?

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Keep your bubble wrap X-ray vision blocker

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and your anti-mind-control hat on at all times.

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Rule number three!

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# We must sing our questions in a show-tunes style. #

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Why is that again?

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What can I say? The guy loves musicals!

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OK, ready?

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Norman, lights.

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Bobble-bob-dob.

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Cousin Herman!

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Herman? Come in, Herman.

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Grrrrraaaaaarrrrrgh!

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Grrrrooooaaaarrrr!

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Rrrrrraaaaaarrrrgh!

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SMASH!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Oh, good old clumsy Cousin Herman.

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Did I mention he was clumsy as well as shy?

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# Hello, Herman Welcome to our home. #

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Grrrrraaaaaoooorrrrgh!

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Herman says, "Thanks, I really like it

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"and sorry for the damp rug in the study.

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"It was a long journey and I was busting to make the pee-pee."

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-He what?!

-Eyes on the floor!

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# I'm sorry, very sorry Please don't eat me. #

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And one final question.

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# Do you need any powder for your monster fleas? #

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Fleas?! Have I got fleas?!

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I... I think I have!

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-No! No, wait, Haggis! I mean Herman!

-I'm confused! Who am I again?

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I don't know what's true any more!

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SMASH!

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CRASH!

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SMASHING AND SCREAMING

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-Aaargh!

-THUMP!

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ALL: Haggis?!

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Oh, Haggis?! Whoa, that's very surprising!

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But you made me wear the costume, Fiend.

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Stop the lies, Haggis. You're only making it worse for yourself.

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What's going on, Eddie?

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It's all been one big fib.

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My knee, the ballet, the fleas...

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I just didn't want Angela to find out I lost her MP3 player, all right?!

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I'm in trouble, I'm grounded, I'm exhausted. Fine!

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You're telling us you made all this up

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just because you lost Angela's MP3 player?

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Pull the other one!

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Normally I'd believe you, Eddie, but I saw your face at ballet today.

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No-one can fake that kind of raw passion.

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That was a sprained ankle.

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Nice try, Eddie, but you're not that good at lying.

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But I'm telling the truth! Ask Haggis.

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He doesn't even know what lying is. Tell them, Haggis.

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Cousin Herman...

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is real!

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He ate Angela's MP3 player,

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hurt Eddie's knee, messed up the house,

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spread fleas everywhere then left without even saying goodbye.

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We didn't want you to miss meeting him,

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so I dressed up as Herman instead.

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I'm sorry we LIED.

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He did it. He actually did a big humungo one!

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I'm so proud!

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Eddie, why didn't you just

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tell us the truth in the first place, like Haggis?

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Honesty really is the best policy. Eddie, if you really...

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All right! OK, I admit it.

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I really do love ballet.

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Hi there and welcome to Kate In The Kitchen,

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the online cookery course that tells you the truth about cooking at home.

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Let's eat!

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And cut. That was great!

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Yeah, Mum. You're really good when you're natural.

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Thank you, sweetie. What do you think, guys?

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Honestly? It was...

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Brilliant!

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Here he is - the pirouette protege. How did it go, champ?

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Did you know you can strain toe muscles?

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Oh, yeah.

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-Er...

-Norman, you had it all the time?!

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You big liar!

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Er, is that my MP3 player?

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I thought Cousin Herman ate it.

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Eddie?

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Here's what happened.

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Yes, erm, Cousin Herman accidentally dropped the MP3 player...

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EDDIE: 'Yeah, honesty might be the best policy,

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'but sometimes it's just not as much fun

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'as a really juicy monster-sized fib...'

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..and that's why Auntie Hermania redelivered

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the MP3 player down the chimney

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and now you've got it back, you see?

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See, I told you, a perfectly simple explanation.

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-FIEND PANTS

-Urgh!

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THUMP!

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'..even if you don't always get away with it.'

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# Don't be sad and lonely

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# If you need someone to hold your hand

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# Me and my monsters care. #

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E-mail [email protected]

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When Eddie teaches the monsters about lying, little does he realise what he has unleashed. What starts out as a tiny fib soon escalates into a series of huge whoppers, and Eddie has to play along with all of them for fear of being found out.


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