The Tale of the Wriggly Worms Peter Rabbit


The Tale of the Wriggly Worms

Animated series. When Peter makes a rash promise to appease an angry Tommy Brock, he and his friends find themselves worming for their lives!


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# Let's go

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# Go on a run

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# Run for our lives

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# We'll tear a hole in every fence, in every wall

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# Run through the fields

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# Run wild and free

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# And grab a piece of every radish that we see

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# Go day and night

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# Go for it all

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# It's time to fly, come on, the winds begun to blow

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# Let's go

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# Cos you and I, we weren't made for going slow

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# Let's go

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# Adventure calls, the game is on, come on

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# Let's go

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# Let's go

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# Let's go

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# Let's go

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Give that back, you horrible rabbits!

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Peter, you said he wouldn't see us.

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-That's what I always say, Lily. The tunnel!

-Got it.

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Argh, lost them...

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and I was going to have that squash for my lunch.

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Here we are, the perfect spot for a nice wormy lunch.

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Mmmm, lovely, fresh worms.

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-Oh, my lunch!

-Morning.

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You clumsy bunny brats, stopped my lunch.

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Pesky little bunny rabbits.

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Thought you could mess up my worm catching

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and get away with it, did you?

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-Er, yes...

-Wait, if it was worms you wanted,

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why didn't you just say so?

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Because, you just happen to be looking at the wood's number one

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worm catchers.

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-Eh, where?

-You silly...

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I mean big, not at all ugly badger.

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Sometimes, we can catch worms in our sleep.

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Sometimes, we catch so many worms,

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we don't even know what to do with them.

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Yeah right, worms, they're so... wriggly.

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So, you let Benjamin go and we'll fill this bucket with worms. Deal?

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I'll tell you what, fill that bucket with worms

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and then I'll let your friend go.

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And be back by lunchtime, when the sun's at its highest. Or else!

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Look out worms, here we come!

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Look out worms here we come?

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-Peter, we've never caught a worm in our lives!

-True, true...

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-but, well, there's a first time for everything.

-But a whole bucketload?

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By lunchtime? Benjamin's really in trouble.

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He's not in trouble, because we can do this. Watch!

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See... oh.

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-Slippery little things, aren't they?

-You're grabbing at them too fast.

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Here, let me try...

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Maybe we need a deeper hole?

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Ouch!

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Not a single worm! Benjamin's in so much trouble!

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Here, while we're waiting, make yourself useful

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and give these a polish.

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Urgh, bleurgh, bleurgh...

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Hurry, Peter!

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I'm telling you, Peter, there's no such thing as a flying worm.

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But I just saw one, shhh!

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Sorry, Mr Fisher.

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That's all right, young, Peter Rabbit.

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Just relieved you weren't a giant fish!

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I feared I was a goner, for a moment.

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-Mr Fisher, we need some worms for Tommy Brock, fast!

-Oh, let's see...

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Well, this worm is my last piece of bait.

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But, you're most welcome to it.

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It's a start.

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Oh!

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Hmmm, I know! Your father always said

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there's only one place to go if you want to find worms!

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He did, where?

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Let's hope your dad was right about worms being in Mr McGregor's garden.

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I know, but look, the sun's nearly at its highest.

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Benjamin's depending on us. Come on!

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What else can you do

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while we're waiting for your friends to come back?

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That is, IF they come back.

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-Ta-da!

-Oh, boring!

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-Can't you liven it up a bit?

-Er, OK.

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Oh, ouch, ouchy, awww!

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Ha ha ha ha! Now that's what I call a show!

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STOMACH RUMBLES

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It's almost my lunch time.

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I hope your friends are better at catching worms

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than you are at juggling.

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Peter and Lily are the best worm-catchers in the whole woods!

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You'll see. They'll do it...

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We're never going to do it.

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A good rabbit never gives up... Lily, look at this, it's a whopper!

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Er, Peter...

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-Hmmmm...

-Bah, who am I fooling?

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-I can't catch worms, I'm a rabbit, not a bird.

-Stomp again.

-Huh!?

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Maybe we should be birds. The stomping brings the worms out.

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I know that for a fact.

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Great idea!

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# Off you go

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# No time to lose

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# You'd best be on your way!

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# Off you go

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# Cos you can't afford to fail today

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# Proceed with care, think fast and stay aware

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# And you'll succeed at what you're trying to do

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# So, off you go

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# And you should know

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# The gold's in reach, it's waiting there for you #

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-The sun's nearly at its highest.

-Tommy Brook's lunch time.

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Time to save Benjamin. Let's go!

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You know it's almost a shame we were born rabbits.

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Yeah, we would've made some pretty great birds!

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-A-ha!

-Mr Tod!

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Fresh, young rabbits for lunch. What a splendid notion.

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Get back!

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Urgh, worms.

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What's the matter, radish stealing not going so well today?

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They're for someone else, actually.

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What a shame you'll never get to deliver them.

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We've no choice, use the worms.

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No! Oh, get them off,

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they're down my neck...

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That tickles. Urgh, urgh!

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THEY LAUGH

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-That got rid of him.

-But it got rid of all the worms too.

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Poor Benjamin, we've got to do something.

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Maybe there's something in my just-in-case pocket. Just in case...

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acorn, envelope, spoon, mitten,

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ball of string...

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I don't see how this is going to... Wait a second, Lily, that's it!

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-String.

-It looks just like a worm.

-Exactly!

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We'll still deliver the worms,

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just not the way Tommy Brock expected, let's hop to it.

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-Pick a pine cone, any pine cone!

-Oh, why should I?

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Er, not a magic fan?

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No problem. How about singing? I'm pretty good at that.

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-La la la la la...

-Enough! Your friends aren't coming back.

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And if I'm not going to have my worms, well at least I can have...

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I can have... I know, some nice, new fluffy slippers.

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Of course, why didn't you say? I'll just run to the shop and...

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-I'm the slippers, aren't I?

-Anyone for worms?

-I don't believe it!

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-Please believe it.

-Give 'em here.

-No way, you let Benjamin go first.

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-That was the deal.

-All right, all right.

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He'd hardly make one decent slipper anyway.

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Now, put the bucket down and get out of here. I like to eat alone.

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Lunch for one, coming right up. See you around Tommy Brock.

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Where are you, you fluffy... little...

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Tommy Brock, where did you get that bucket?

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Made the rabbits collect worms for me. And you think you're clever!

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-Oh, you nincompoop, those aren't worms. It's string.

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-You've been tricked.

-String, 'ey!? Nice try, but you can't fool me.

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-Those are worms. Now give 'em back.

-Aha, rabbits.

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Argh, think you can spill my lunch and get away with it?

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-Come back here, Mr Tod!

-No!

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So, you tricked a brainless badger out of his lunch,

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-well, nothing gets in the way of my lunch.

-You spilt my lunch...

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Time to get them paws dirty, Mr Tod, and dig me up some worms to eat.

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Confounded worms... This is impossible.

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Oi, less chat and more worm catching, thank you!

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Hey, Mr Tod, try acting like a bird, it really helps.

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ALL THREE LAUGH

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit, Peter Rabbit! #

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When Peter makes a rash promise to appease an angry Tommy Brock, he and his friends find themselves worming for their lives!


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