Da Bagga Bard Rastamouse


Da Bagga Bard

Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting agent. Spike Cheez is shooting a movie based on an old play by Williamouse Da Bard, but the end of the script is missing.


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# Zooba zooba zooba dan

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# Zooba zooba zooba 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 ting good. #

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My favourite place to sit when-eth the sky's blue.

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And...cut. That's a wrap!

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Me name's Bagga T. Bag of trouble, double G.

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Can me audition fi your new film, Ye Olde Palm Tree?

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Oh, er, look, er, Bagga T.

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I don't think this film is right for you.

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Ye Olde Palm Tree is based on an old play by will.i.mouse Da Bard,

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-and it's not really suited to a freestyling rapper like you.

-But...

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-I might be looking for extras though.

-Oh.

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What! Oh, no! The script!

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The last pages are missing.

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How do I know what happens at the end of my film?

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I gotta sort this out!

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SCRATCHY AND ZOOMER: This rhythm is crucial!

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Spike's gonna love this banging tune that we writing for him new film.

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-Wicked!

-Sweet!

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RADIO BLEEPS

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

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Message from President Wensleydale. Come immediately!

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

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-Whoo! Ha-ha!

-Yeah, man!

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Coming through!

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Oh, Easy Crew! Me glad you're here.

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Me got a big problem fi true.

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Spike just call me pon the phone, and me na know what to do.

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Him lost the end fi him big new film

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that's based on the Bard's famous play,

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and if the film na finished,

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me gonna have to cancel the world premiere me planned for today.

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Man! That is dread.

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Without an end to that story, there definitely na be a film!

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-No film?

-And no premiere.

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No worries, Mr President.

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The Easy Crew is on the case.

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-So where we going first, Rastamouse?

-Hmmm.

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Me thinking to the library.

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Redman knows plenty 'bout old books and words and ting.

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Easy Crew, to the library!

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-QUIETLY:

-Greetings, Redman.

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Do you have a copy of Ye Olde Palm Tree, by will.i.mouse Da Bard?

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Huh. I have not been asked about that book for a long time.

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Let me have a look.

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It is your lucky day, Rastamouse!

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There is one copy in the library.

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Nice one!

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We need to check out them end pages.

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No way!

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The end pages are missing, too!

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That is dread.

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Maybe that's why Spike's script has no end.

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This is a disaster!

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Hmmm. Redman, you got any ideas who else might know the words

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-to the end of that play?

-I am so sorry Rastamouse,

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I have no idea.

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That play is sooooo old,

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I do not know who else may have a copy.

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Thanks, Redman.

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Easy Crew, we'd better keep investigating.

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Let's go!

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Me name's Bagga T, bag of trouble, double G.

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-Me looking...

-Bagga T, I have to take out my library van now.

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I do not want to keep my customers waiting. Can you come back later?

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-What we gonna do now, Rastamouse?

-Hmmm.

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Now... who else loves reading?

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Erm... What about Booker?

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-Him always reading to the Likkle Orphans.

-Good idea, Scratchy.

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Wa'gwan, Booker.

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-We need your help.

-Oh, hello, Easy Crew.

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What you know about Ye Olde Palm Tree, by will.i.mouse Da Bard?

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-That's him most famous play.

-True dat.

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"Soft as the sand me sit pon-eth,

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"me love the sun as it struck-eth the palm tree's luscious leaves.

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"More light, and light me enjoy these rays,

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"until the moon come-eth out and declare night."

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-LIKKLE ORPHANS CHEER

-Wow!

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-Them words sound amazing, Booker!

-It's one of me favourite stories.

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-So, you know how it ends?

-Well, now me come to think about it,

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-me can't remember. Oh, Easy Crew, me sorry.

-Na worry yourself, Booker.

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-Who else would know dem tings?

-Me na sure.

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How about Magnus?

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Him smart, and him the presenter of the big Mouseland quiz,

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so he know the answers to all kinds of questions.

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Wicked idea, Zoomer.

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Let's go find Magnus.

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-RON:

-Yo, Easy Crew! Ha! Rastamouse, what can me do fi you?

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We just here to ask Magnus if him know an ending to the Bard's play,

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Ye Olde Palm Tree.

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MAGNUS: Oh, mate! That's one wicked story.

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You know, I was just talking about the Bard. Now, er, let me think.

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Erm. "The greatest tree pon the land, feeding on water,

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"share-eth the goodness with the sand."

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Me na sure what you're saying, but that was beautiful.

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But I can't remember the rest. Sorry about that.

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You na worry yourself, Magnus.

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Leave it with us.

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Someone must know the end.

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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 a mouse

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who knows the missing words from that play!

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You sure, Sherlock?

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Quite sure, Rastamouse. I just don't remember the end.

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Whilst I love zat play,

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it is science-y equations that are filling up all my wunderbar thoughts.

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My most sincere apologies.

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Ah, na worries, Professor.

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Y-y-yeah man, but how much of him play have you actually read?

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Er... only a little bit.

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I once painted the Bard, but I don't know the end of the play.

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HE LAUGHS

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Me name's Bagga T, bag of trouble, double...

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Sorry, Bagga, me got to keep looking to see if any mouse know how

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-Spike's film's supposed to end.

-But...

-Laters!

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Sorry, Rastamouse, me na know.

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Yo, Zoomer. Me name Bagga T, bag of trouble...

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ZOOMER: Bag of trouble, double G. Yeah, yeah, me know.

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Look, me looking for the end to Ye Olde Palm Tree story,

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so Spike can finish him film. We looked everywhere!

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But no-one knows! BAGGA T SIGHS

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I got to go, catch you later!

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-Spike, me can na find any mouse who knows the ending.

-Me neither.

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-Nor me.

-We're so sorry.

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SPIKE: Gee, I can't believe it!

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I'm just gonna have to give up on this film.

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-And leave it unfinished?

-ZOOMER: That is dread.

-Fi true.

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Ah, Spike! Phew, you're still here.

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Me got your posters for that film of yours.

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Sorry me late, but Bagga T wanted to stop and chat about

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me typing up some words that were missing. Something by "the Bard."

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Oh! Him mention will.i.mouse Da Bard?

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Yeah, but me not sure what Bagga wanted. That play's old, you know.

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-Has anyone else spoken to Bagga T today?

-Hmmm.

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Me saw him earlier, but me had to dash.

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Me saw Bagga, too, but me na speak with him.

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-REDMAN:

-Bagga came earlier, but I had to attend to the library van.

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-Now, did anyone ask him about them missing pages?

-Na! Him a rapper.

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Him would na like old school stories and plays and ting.

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That's what me was tinking, too!

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-SPIKE: He wanted to audition for my film! But I was packing up.

-Hmmm.

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Guys, we need to find Bagga T.

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Me name's Bagga T, bag of trouble, double G.

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-"One shall take-th up one's spade..."

-Is that Bagga T?!

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Man, them lyric him rapping sound so banging!

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Shh! Let's listen.

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Me think them is the words of will.i.mouse Da Bard.

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"It make one love life, one wear-eth the sun as me bling."

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Wa'gwan, Bagga T! Me never knew you could use words like that!

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It seem you are the missing piece of this puzzle, Bagga.

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Listen up. Me name's Bagga T, bag of trouble, double G.

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Me been trying to speak up, but no-one listening to me!

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-Oh, me so sorry, Bagga!

-Me, too!

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Me love words, just like the Bard.

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And me become him biggest fan, since me read all them plays him wrote,

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from when him first began.

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So you know what on them missing pages?

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-And you know the end to the whole story?

-For real.

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Bagga, we was wrong to think that you na know the Bard,

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we should have thought of coming to you.

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That really was one big mistake that we make,

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when you the Bard's biggest fan, fi true.

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Easy Crew, me know exactly how we can make a bad thing good.

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But, first, me need to call the Prez!

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PHONE RINGS

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Greetings! Oh, thank goodness.

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Mm-hm.

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Go on. You got the end?!

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Bagga T?

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Me can't believe it.

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Oh, that's right, we should.

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That plan there sound proper, Rastamouse.

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BAGGA T: "..this morning, pon-eth Mouseland, with it brings the sun,

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"for the new palm trees to grow.

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"Scattered all over the land, go hence, and share the shade,

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"and plant them in the soft yellow sand."

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LIKKLE ORPHANS CHEER

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-APPLAUSE

-Oh, well done, Bagga!

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-You really saved the film.

-Cool.

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ZOOMER: Oh, woe is me.

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Me forget-eth to water me boom palm tree!

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That film left me speechless, Scratchy.

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Bagga T, him was proper criss!

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Bagga was bombastic,

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and him prove that every mouse deserve a chance,

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no matter what you think them is really good at.

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True dat!

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PHONE BLEEPS

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Easy Crew! Come in, come in! Are you reading me?

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Message from President Wensleydale. Listen up, you three.

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Rastamouse, come-th in, come-th in!

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-ZOOMER GIGGLES

-Me loved Ye Olde Palm Tree plan,

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and Bagga T, him was amazing!

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Thanks. Me love that.

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Irie, man.

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# Give it up

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# Give it up, 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 ting good. #

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'Mi name's Bagga-T, Bagga Trouble double G! Can... err... mi audition fi ya new film, Ye Olde Palm Tree?'

Spike Cheez is shooting his latest epic movie based on an old play by the most famous Williamouse Da Bard, but when Spike discovers the final pages of the play are missing, Wensley calls on Da Easy Crew. Rastamouse, Scratchy and Zoomer chase around the island to find a mouse who might remember how the old play ends but no one can remember and the only remaining copy in the library is damaged. Spike is ready to give up on his movie when Rastamouse realises that there is one mouse who has been ignored, a mouse who has an undisclosed passion for words and the works of Da Bard!


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