Mo Mo Goes Solo Rastamouse


Mo Mo Goes Solo

Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting agent. Mo Mo is due to be doing a big solo at the Mouseland Proms Concert, but he disappears from rehearsal.


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# Zooba dooba dooba dang

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# Zooba dooba dooba day

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# Rastamouse and Scratchy and Zoomer

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# Also known as the Easy Crew

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# Crime fighters They're very special agents

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# Playing reggae when the work is through

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# Give it up, give it up

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# Give it up for the Easy Crew

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# Solvin' mysteries in the neighbourhood

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# Always there to make a bad thing good. #

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-Look out, Zoomer!

-Whoa!

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That's the best game of volleyball me ever played!

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You know what I'm saying!

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You got some serious skills there, Mo Mo.

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Well, thanks, guys. I just love playing all kinds of sport.

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Once tomorrow's big concert is over,

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maybe you could come and have a jam with us.

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Oh, it would be a dream come true to jam with the Easy Crew.

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I've got every one of your records in my collection back home.

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We'd have to ask your Uncle Oscar first.

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-Maybe him could come along to the studio, too.

-For real!

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The Easy Crew with Oscar and Mo Mo Paws!

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Let's ask Oscar now.

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Well, I think he's with President Wensley at the moment.

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Organising your big solo at the Grovetown Proms Concert?

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Yeah. That's it. So we really shouldn't disturb him now.

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Oh, is that the time? I'd better be going.

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Hey, Mo Mo! Don't forget your case!

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-My trombone.

-Here you go. Are you off to do some practice?

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Yeah, of course. I'd better go. Bye.

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Guys, do you realise that Mo Mo gonna be the youngest mouse ever

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to play all 'pon him own at the Grovetown Prom Concert?

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Playing solo! That's so exciting!

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But Mo Mo not look so excited just now.

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WALKY TALKY BUZZES

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Rastamouse! Come in! Come in! Are you reading me?

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Message from President Wensley Dale. Come immediately.

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Easy Crew, looks like we're needed by the Prez. Let's shift.

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Oh, Easy Crew, me trying to get hold of Oscar Paws

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and Mo Mo, him lickle nephew.

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Me got plenty of questions 'bout that big prom gig

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but me just can't seem to get through.

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This nephew Mo Mo going to perform on him own

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and me confess me can't wait to see all that talent and skill

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him display upon the stage

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cos it gonna prove him one mouse prodigy.

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Prodi... Prodi-what?

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It means that Mo Mo is one amazing lickle mouse.

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Mr President, we can help you out.

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Say true! We were with Mo Mo earlier, at the beach playing volleyball.

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Volleyball! But Oscar and him nephew

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are supposed to be over at Lady Uptown's practising all day.

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You nah worry yourself, Mr President.

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We'll go over to Lady Uptown's and find out wha'gwan.

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The Easy Crew is on the case.

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Thanks, Rastamouse.

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Oh, Rastamouse! Easy Crew!

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It's so lovely to see you.

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Me was just here talking to Mr Paws 'bout that Proms concert tomorrow.

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Ah! Wha'gwan, Oscar.

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Easy Crew, skee-ba doo-bop-bop-bop-way, yeah.

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What a pleasure! Are you on a case?

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Actually, the Prez has been trying to call you.

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Him been worrying about Mo Mo's first big solo

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at the concert gig tomorrow.

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Hey, no-one needs to stress, Rastamouse.

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I finished writing the piece yesterday

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and my nephew is busy learning it this very moment.

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Oh, me just can't wait to hear it, Mr Paws.

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Maybe we could have a quick listen now.

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Yes.

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I might just go out and see how Mo's getting on.

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He been practising very hard all day.

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Oh, what a ting!

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Me own lickle preview show!

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Funny, we didn't hear Mo Mo practising when we arrived.

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And me can't hear any trombone sounds now.

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Oh, what this?

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Looks like that new music that Oscar's been writing

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for Mo Mo's big moment at the concert.

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But, Rastamouse, if that new sheet of music is in here,

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-what's Mo Mo practising?

-You tink we better give it to them?

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Definitely, Zoomer. Lady Uptown, can we get this to them

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-without disturbing their rehearsal?

-Oh, of course.

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Them's in me music room.

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-Oh!

-Eh, them not here! Wha'gwan?

-Where them gone?

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Mo Mo was talking about the skate park when they arrived

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but Oscar said there wasn't any time

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and that practising was much more important.

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OK! Easy Crew, we've got two very talented mice to find.

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-Laters, Lady Uptown.

-Good luck, Easy Crew.

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-Where to now, Rastamouse?

-To the skate park.

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Zoomer, now is not the time for skating.

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But Lady Uptown said Mo Mo was chatting 'bout the skate park!

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-That's right, Zoomer.

-Oh, of course!

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-Yo, Easy Crew.

-Easy Crew.

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-We're looking for Oscar Paws.

-Oscar Paws?

-Paws the Pianist?

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-Yeah. And Mo Mo, him nephew.

-Him nephew?

-Nephew?

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A lickle mouse carrying a trombone case. Have you seen him?

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-Well... A trombone?

-A mouse and a case?

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-Did we see one of them?

-One of them? We did.

-We did.

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-We saw him.

-And him trombone.

-That's right.

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-And which way did them go?

-Them went...

-Them went...

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-That way.

-This way.

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Easy Crew, me tink we need to split up.

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If we each check out a different part of town,

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me sure we can find Oscar and Mo Mo.

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Sweet!

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Yo, Stylus! You seen Oscar Paws and him nephew Mo Mo today?

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Me no see Oscar but the little yout' has been in and out of my shop

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all day. Him seriously interested in record and ting.

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Ah, yes! He is!

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When me told him 'bout Lil' Patch doing a DJ set at Stylus,

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him was proper excited.

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Maybe we should head over to Stylus' beach cafe.

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Cool idea, Scratchy.

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Let's go. Thanks, Stylus.

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-Look!

-It's Mo Mo!

-Ah!

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Listen up, you grooving jammers,

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we have a very special mouse here with us today,

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so let's hear it for Mo Mo Paws!

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Me not hear anything that cool before.

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That is scratch-tastic.

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MO MO SCRATCHES

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Moses Paws!

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Oh, Uncle Oscar.

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I have been running all over Mouseland trying to find you.

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-What's going on?

-Well, I...

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You should be back at the house practising

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for the big concert tomorrow, cos practice makes perfect.

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But, Uncle Oscar...

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No buts, Mo Mo. I need you back at Lady Uptown's right now.

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Hold on, now, Oscar.

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Me tink maybe you should take time

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-and listen to what Mo Mo has got to say.

-OK.

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Uncle Oscar, me owe you so, so much for helping me to play my trombone

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but all that extra-hard practice I do

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means spending lots of time on my own,

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so I went to the skate park, museum and shops,

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then I learned how to do DJ scratching

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but the best part was hanging out with the Easy Crew

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out on the beach in the sun, just relaxing.

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You see? It like this, Mo Mo.

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Every mouse deserves to have fun

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and it sound like you had one great day,

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but when you went off, you should have told someone

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'bout your plans to go out and play.

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That solo concert you're doing's real soon

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and you shouldn't ignore your trombone,

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cos practising really does make tings run smooth,

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improving them talents you already shown.

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I'm sorry, Rastamouse.

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And, Oscar, did you hear what Mo Mo had to say?

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Now that I heard it, I understand.

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I've been too hard on my little nephew.

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Moses, you're a talented, hard-working mouse

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-and you deserve your free time, too.

-Thanks, Uncle.

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Rastamouse, you tink the concert gonna be all right tomorrow?

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Scratchy, me sure that Mo Mo's gonna be fine.

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And, now, me better call the Prez.

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PHONE RINGS

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Greetings. Ah, Rastamouse.

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Oh, thank goodness.

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Mm. Go on.

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They will?

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Oh, that plan there sound proper, Rastamouse.

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APPLAUSE

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Mo Mo, your show today was awesome and we're all so proud of you.

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As a lickle reward for all of that hard work,

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we want to make sure your dream come true,

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so we'd like you to join us and jam right now.

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And, when you finish, let's all go and chill on the beach.

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Ah, thanks, Easy Crew.

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OSCAR SCATS

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Oh! Come on!

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WALKY TALKY BUZZES

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Easy Crew, come in. Come in.

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Are you reading me?

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Message from President Wensley Dale - listen up, you three.

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Rastamouse, come in. Come in.

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Congratulations to your brilliant fan.

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That Mo Mo's one talented lickle mouse.

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Thanks. Me love that.

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Irie, man.

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# Give it up Give it up

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# Give it up for the Easy Crew

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# Solving mysteries in the neighbourhood

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# Always there to make a bad thing good. #

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'Mi tryin to get hold of Oscar Paws an' Mo Mo him likkle nephew. Me got plenty of questions 'bout dat big promenade gig but mi jus' can't seem to get through!'

Oscar Paws's nephew Mo Mo is due to be doing a big solo at the Mouseland Proms Concert. The youngest mouse ever to play a concert all on his own, Mo Mo seems more interested in spending time on the beach playing volleyball. When Mo Mo disappears from rehearsal, the Easy Crew must work out whaa gwaan and Rastamouse must come up with a plan to make sure a hard working young mouse still has plenty of fun.


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