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Postman Pat and the Spotty Situation

Children's animation. Chickenpox is sweeping across Greendale, and Pat is busy delivering gifts sent by villagers to cheer up the sick.


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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat Postman Pat

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# And his black-and-white cat

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# Early in the morning

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# Just as day is dawning

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# He picks up all the postbags in his van

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat And his black-and-white cat

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Everybody knows His bright red van

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# All his friends will smile As he waves to greet them

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# Maybe - you can never be sure -

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# There'll be knock...ring

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# Letters through your door

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat And his black-and-white cat

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# All the birds are singing And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels He's a really happy man. #

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Oh! That's the lot, Pat.

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Thanks, Mrs Goggins.

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Wake up, Jess! Time for work.

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Meow!

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-Oh! He's a sleepy boy this morning.

-Meow!

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-Off we go, Jess.

-Meow!

-See you later, Mrs Goggins.

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Bye, Pat.

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CHILDREN SING

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-It's the school choir, Jess.

-Morning, Pat!

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Morning, Dr Gilbertson. The children are in good voice today.

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Pity the Pottage twins can't join.

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Are Katie and Tom poorly, then?

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They've both got a nasty bout of chicken pox.

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Poor things!

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Let's hope nobody else gets it.

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# Greendale! That's the place that we live in

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# The sun is shining in the sky

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# Birds are singing up on high

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# In Greendale, everybody's smiling

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# There's always someone there for you

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# Cos all our friends live here too

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# Greendale! Greendale! What a place to be! #

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Meow!

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-Hi, Jess. ..Hi, Dad.

-Morning, everybody.

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I could hear your choir in the village, Mr Pringle.

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Thanks, Pat. They've all been working very hard learning a song.

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Ah! Mr Pringle! Mr Pringle!

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Lucy's covered in spots!

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Ah! Spots!

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Oh! Mr Pringle! Mr Pringle! So is Bill Thompson.

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Oh!

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It looks like a case of black river fever to me.

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Ah! Oh!

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-It's not black river fever, Sarah.

-It's probably chicken pox.

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Dr Gilbertson told me Tom and Katie Pottage have got it.

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Chicken pox is highly contagious.

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-I think I should send the children home immediately.

-HURRAH!

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I'll phone your parents right away.

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HURRAH!

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-Morning, Mrs Goggins.

-Morning, Pat.

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Oh, you haven't caught chicken pox.

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-It's all over the village.

-Really?

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Oh, aye. The poor vicar's got it and Jeff and Charlie Pringle.

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And so has little Lucy Selby.

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Yes. Julian's come down with it.

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He was miserable when I left today.

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He said his spots were itchy.

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Oh! That reminds me.

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Ajay's just phoned to say calamine lotion has arrived from Pencaster.

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Could you pick it up and drop it off at Dr Gilbertson's please?

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Certainly, Mrs Goggins, it's very good for itchy spots.

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Everybody in Greendale will be wanting a bottle.

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Come on, Jess. Looks like we've got lots to do today.

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Meow!

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Oh! There you go, Pat.

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-That'll be the last of the calamine lotion.

-Thanks, Ajay.

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Could you let Dr Gilbertson know Meera's got chicken pox?

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Are her spots itchy too?

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Yes. And she's got a bad cold.

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-Tell her we said, "Get well soon!"

-Meow!

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-I will. Bye, Pat.

-Meow!

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-Bye, Jess!

-Bye, Ajay.

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Meow!

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DOORBELL RINGS

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Oh, dear, Sarah. You've got it as well.

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Morning, Pat. Yes, she woke up this morning covered in spots.

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-Poor you.

-Meow!

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-The calamine lotion you ordered, Dr Gilbertson.

-Oh, thanks. Pat.

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I should deliver them right away but I need to keep an eye on Sarah.

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-Do you mind dropping them off?

-No problem, doctor.

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Ah, the vicar will need a bottle, and Jeff Pringle and Charlie.

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-Oh, and Bill Thompson too.

-And Meera. Ajay says she's very itchy.

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Oh, dear. She'd better have one.

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Could you also take a packet of salt to the vicar for me?

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No problem. He's my next call.

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-Why does the vicar want salt?

-To gargle with.

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Gargle? With salt?

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-Mix it with water. It's for sore throats.

-Can you gargle, Sarah?

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I'm a brilliant gargler.

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SHE SLURPS AND GARGLES

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Goodness me!

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But you have to be careful not to swallow it or you'll be sick.

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That's enough, Sarah. ..Thanks, Pat.

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Tell everybody to rub calamine onto their spots

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and gargle with salt water if they've got a sore throat.

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I'll be sure to pass on your good advice, Dr Sarah.

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There's the vicar's letter and the parcel

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and a bottle of calamine lotion from the doctor.

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-Meow!

-What is it, Jess?

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-Meow!

-Ah! The salt!

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Clever lad.

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-Thank you very much.

-Meow.

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Morning, Reverend. How are you feeling?

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VICAR COUGHS Terrible, Pat.

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Well, these should help. Calamine lotion and salt from the doctor.

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God bless her.

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-How kind.

-Can't stop, Reverend!

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I've got to call in and see Jeff and Charlie Pringle.

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-They're poorly too.

-Oh, Pat...

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-would you give them something from me?

-Certainly, Reverend.

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A gardening magazine for Jeff and a comic to cheer up little Charlie.

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Oh, and I've a message from Sarah Gilbertson -

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-"Don't forget to gargle."

-I won't, Pat.

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That's from the doctor. The reverend sent this.

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-Oh!

-How to grow sweet peas? Ooh.

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-Meow!

-Whoops!

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I've got it wrong.

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There you go.

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Yeah! Zap Zero, my hero! That's more like it.

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Jess has a better memory than me.

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JESS MEOWS IN AGREEMENT

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Bye, you two!

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Drink water. And Sarah Gilbertson says, "Don't forget to gargle."

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-How are you feeling, Bill?

-Bored. I want to play football.

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Oh, you won't be doing that for a few more days, love.

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Thanks for the calamine lotion, Pat. We really need it.

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I've got one more bottle for Meera.

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-Oh! Could you give Misha something, please?

-Of course, Dorothy.

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It's a hot-water bottle to keep Meera warm while she's got a cold.

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JESS MEWS AND WHIMPERS

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Don't worry, Jess. It's not real!

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Oh, by the way. Sarah Gilbertson says, "Don't forget to gargle."

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BILL SIGHS

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Thanks, Pat. That's just what...

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MEOW!

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Jess!

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Oh, thanks for reminding me, Jess.

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I nearly forgot. Dorothy Thompson sent this to keep you warm, Meera.

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Thank you, Pat.

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You're very welcome.

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Oh!

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-You look worn out.

-It's been a very busy day.

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-PAT COUGHS

-And I've got a sore throat.

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You should go home and gargle, Pat.

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That's what Sarah Gilbertson says. "Don't forget to gargle."

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THEY LAUGH

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-Soon be home now, Jess.

-PAT COUGHS

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JESS WHIMPERS

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JESS SNEEZES

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THEY GARGLE

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SHE GARGLES

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HE GARGLES

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SHE GARGLES

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GARGLING ECHOES ALONG THE STREET

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Sounds like they've all taken Sarah Gilbertson's good advice.

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JULIAN COUGHS

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-Hi, Dad!

-Hi, Julian.

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-How are you feeling?

-Much better.

-I'm glad to hear it.

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PAT SIGHS

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Oh, my goodness, Pat. You've got chicken pox!

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JULIAN COUGHS

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Here you are, Dad. Mrs Goggins said to drink blackcurrant cordial

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and rub calamine onto your spots.

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Thank you. You're a very good doctor.

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Come on, you mustn't be late for school.

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-You looking forward to seeing all your friends again?

-Oh, yeah!

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-Bye, Dad.

-See you later, love.

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-Bye!

-Meow!

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DOOR CLOSES

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-Hello, Julian.

-ALL: Hi!

-Are you all better?

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I'm fine, but now my dad's got chicken pox. He's REALLY fed up.

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Poor Pat. He worked so hard taking care of us all while we were ill.

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-He brought me a comic.

-And me a hot-water bottle.

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And he brought me a bottle of cam...comma...cal...lotion.

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-He made us ALL feel better.

-Mr Pringle! Mr Pringle! I know!

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Why don't we do something for Pat?

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YEAH!

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Oh, dear, Jess. It's a bit lonely here on our own.

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JESS MEOWS PITIFULLY

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< # ..Greendale! Greendale! What a place to be

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What on Earth?

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# In Greendale If you're under the weather

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# There's someone you're glad to see

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# He brings out to you and me

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# Everybody three cheers for our postman

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# Let's say, "Hip, hip, hip, hurrah!

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# We're glad you were here today

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# Greendale! Greendale! What a place to be. #

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-CHILDREN CHEER AND LAUGH

-That's champion.

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Meow!

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# Postman, Postman Pat

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# Can you guess what's in his bag?

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-# Is there a letter?

-Meow!

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-# Is there a parcel?

-Meow!

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-# Is there a postcard?

-Meow!

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# What's left? Jess the cat. #

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Subtitles by Laura Jones BBC Broadcast 2004

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E-mail us at [email protected]

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Chickenpox is sweeping across Greendale, and Pat is kept busy delivering gifts as the villagers send presents to cheer up the sick. He tells everyone to use calamine lotion on their spots and to gargle.

By the end of the day, Pat is exhausted and itchy! He has caught chickenpox too. The children are better the next day and decide to do something nice for Pat as he has been so kind to them.


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