Finlay: Kippers and Cavemen Our Family


Finlay: Kippers and Cavemen

Preschool observational documentary series. Today, Finlay and Dad prepare barbecued kippers for breakfast, then play at being cavemen.


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# Come and see

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# All of our families

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# They are different

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# Just like you and me

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# See how we

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# Live together happily

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# It's fun to be

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# Part of our family

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# Our Family

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# Our Family. #

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Whose family are we going to meet today?

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Finlay's!

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Finlay is five years old.

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He lives in Scotland in the countryside with his mum,

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dad and little brother, Ellis.

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I wonder what they're up to today.

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It's breakfast, and Finlay fancies some kippers.

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-Oh, yummy, kippers.

-Ohhh!

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Kippers are a type of smoked fish.

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I love fish.

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Oh, I think Ellis is coming for a look at the kippers.

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Look at the kippers.

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Ellis isn't so sure.

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They're being cooked outside on the barbecue

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and just need a dash of pepper and a splodge of butter.

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Perfect.

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Once they're wrapped in foil, they're ready to be cooked.

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Right? Let's go and put them on the barbecue.

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Watch your step.

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Are you going to cook them with that on?

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The barbecue is hot, so Dad puts the kippers on.

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Right, and turn the heat down a wee bit.

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Right, and we'll close the lid.

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And we'll see them in ten minutes.

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Right, you tip this in.

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Whilst Finlay waits for the kippers to cook,

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Mum and Ellis make porridge.

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You hold it. There we go.

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We just need to keep stirring it, don't we?

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-Mummy, I want to help.

-You want to help?

-Do it.

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You can give it a little stir, then. That's it.

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Are the kippers ready?

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Let's find out, Finlay.

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Be careful, it's hot, OK?

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Take care when opening the barbecue.

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Wow. Can you hear them? Can you hear them?

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And I can smell them.

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You can smell them. Yummy.

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See how the butter has all melted?

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-Oh! Perfect.

-Oh, my gosh.

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Kippers cooked, time for breakfast!

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-Here comes the kippers.

-Kippers!

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Porridge first, while the kippers cool.

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-Honey?

-Jam.

-Jam today.

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-No, honey.

-Honey.

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Ellis can't make up his mind.

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Dad, I think we should always have kippers in our house

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so we can smell the fish.

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Do you like the smell of kippers? They're yummy, aren't they?

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Porridge finished, it's finally time to eat the barbecued kippers.

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-Mm-mm-mm!

-Tasty?

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-ELLIS:

-I'll have some.

-Do you want to try them?

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-FINLAY:

-Mum says they come from the ocean.

-Mm.

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-They do come from the ocean.

-Yummy?

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Do you like kippers? Thumbs up to kippers?

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Thumbs up to kippers.

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After breakfast,

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Finlay is making an obstacle course for a big family race.

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Course ready, who's first?

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Dad, you are going to be the time, and, Mum, you're going first.

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Right, I'm going to do my warm-up first. OK. Right.

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-Ready?

-Ready.

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-Set...

-Set.

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-Go!

-Go!

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First, it's down the slide.

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Through the tunnel.

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-Argh!

-But Mum gets stuck.

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THEY LAUGH

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-Yay!

-Right, dribble the ball.

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Oh, no! Oh!

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Kick the ball over the ramp.

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Right, score a goal!

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And score a goal with a shinty stick!

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-Great goal!

-Finished!

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How quick was Mum, Dad?

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One minute 21.

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Whose turn is it now?

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-Mine.

-Finlay's turn.

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Ready, steady, go!

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Where next?

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Through the tunnel, come on, through the tunnel!

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Finlay is off to a quick start.

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Carefully over it. Carefully.

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Great ball control over the ramp.

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Oh! It's gone wide! Try again, Finlay.

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Yay! Well done!

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One minute 13, so you beat Mum.

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HE SCREAMS

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Well done. What a celebration!

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Can Ellis beat his big brother?

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Go on, Ellis!

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-Cheer him on, Finlay.

-Come on, Ellis.

-Cheer him on.

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Come on.

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That's it.

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Whee!

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Cheer him on.

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-Come on, no, this way.

-It's this way!

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Ellis, through the tunnel! Go, go, go!

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Come on. Through the tunnel.

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-All the way through. Fast, fast, fast.

-Yeah!

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Goal!

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-Finished!

-Yay!

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Two minutes 55. Well done.

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Pretty quick, Ellis.

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-Who won?

-Me!

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-I am the winner!

-Finlay is the champion.

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Back inside, the brothers are painting their piggy banks.

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-What is it you are going to paint?

-A piggy.

-A pig.

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Finlay's is definitely a piggy.

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Ellis has a dino bank.

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I'm going to paint the dinosaur. Wah!

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Once painted, they'll be able to keep their pocket money in them.

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-Can I mix it?

-You can mix it.

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What do you think yellow and blue will make if you mix them up?

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-Green.

-Green.

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Look, I'm making green. Blue and yellow makes green.

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Blue and yellow. That's clever, isn't it?

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-How much money have you got to put in your piggy bank?

-£100.

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-£100?! Where have you got £100 from?

-In my piggy bank.

-Do you?

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What job could you possibly do to make £100, Finlay?

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-Being a wrestler.

-Being a wrestler?

-A wrestler?

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What would your wrestler name be?

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-The Sun Wrestler.

-The Sun Wrestler?

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-Good.

-What would your name be?

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-Brilliant Brucie.

-Oh, yeah, yeah!

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-We're talking now, boy.

-Big Brave Brucie.

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Finlay decides someone else needs painting.

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Ha-ha-ha. You're going to be a colourful wrestler, Dad.

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Ha-ha-ha! Ha-ha-ha!

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-I'm going to put something... What's that?

-Ha-ha!

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Uh-oh. This could get messy.

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-Uh-oh.

-And Ellis wants to join in.

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-What have you done?

-Painted my nose.

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You did paint your nose, yes.

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Are you finished your pig?

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-I'm all finished, Daddy.

-It's very good.

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We need to go and wash our hands now, OK?

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-You need to walk around the house like this.

-Yeah.

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Cos you're not allowed to touch anything.

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Get those hands washed, Finlay.

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Mum won't want handprints all around the house.

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There we are.

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But don't forget your nose.

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And Mum gets the last bit.

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Argh!

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Dad's got some fun planned for the family.

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Building a cave inside.

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That is good. That's good, but, Dad...

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Just don't touch the pole.

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Oh, wow!

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-It's all very dark.

-Is it very dark?

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-Yes.

-So it'll keep us nice and dry in here.

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-I'm like a caveman.

-You're a caveman.

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I'm the cave brother. And you're the cave lady,

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and, Ellis, you're the little cave boy.

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So is Daddy the cave daddy?

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-Yes.

-Uh-oh!

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The pretend-cave roof has fallen down.

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-Who touched the post?

-Not me.

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Put them back up.

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-ELLIS:

-It was Mummy.

-It was Mummy?

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Have you caught any food for our supper?

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I haven't got any money.

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No, you need to go and catch the food.

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If you're a caveman, there's no shops.

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-Who wants to have fish?

-Yeah, fish is OK, yeah.

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Yeah, fish.

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The cavemen brothers gather their fishing rods

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for a pretend fishing trip.

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Ellis, so you do this.

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And then the rods are going to go flying.

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I'm going to go and get out some meat, OK?

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Finlay decides they need some meat, too.

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And Ellis keeps fishing.

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What kind of fish did you catch today?

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-Sausage.

-Sausage fish.

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And I got some crisps.

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Are they fish-flavoured crisps, Ellis?

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-Let's have our tea, then.

-Yeah, let's have our tea, Dad.

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Nice and cosy, eh?

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-Yeah?

-Yeah, come on.

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Finlay has found lots of pretend food.

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-Guys, come on, it's time for bed.

-Is that bedtime now?

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-You need to sing a song to put us to sleep.

-Oh, perfect.

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# Twinkle, twinkle, little star

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# How I wonder what you are... #

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THEY SNORE

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Thanks, Finlay. It's sent all the family to sleep.

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I wonder who we are going to meet next time on Our Family.

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Today, Finlay and Dad prepare a breakfast of barbecued kippers as a special treat. Finlay thinks they smell amazing, but little brother Ellis isn't so sure.

Later, in the garden, Finlay sets out a tricky obstacle course. He races against Mum and Ellis to see who is the quickest - who will be the champion?

Back inside, Finlay pretends the whole family are cavemen and Dad helps build a pretend cave for them to live in.