Comet's Coming Sarah & Duck


Comet's Coming

Animation for preschool children. Sarah and Duck are excited to visit the observatory to see a passing comet.


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# Sarah and Duck HE QUACKS

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# Sarah and Duck HE QUACKS

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# Sarah and Duck

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#SHE QUACKS

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# Sarah and Duck. #

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HE QUACKS

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This evening, Sarah and Duck are taking a long-awaited trip

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to the observatory

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to view a comet that won't be seen again for many years.

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Oooh.

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So, that's the comet, eh?

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Uh-huh.

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Think of it, chap,

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like a giant rocky snowball,

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flying through space.

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Oh! Bus, bus.

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Observatory, please.

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On you go, then.

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HE QUACKS

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Hurry, please.

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Comet's coming!

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Don't worry, Sarah. We'll get there soon.

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SHE GROANS

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Very impressive.

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Uh-huh!

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Where's the telescope?

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Oh, must still be inside.

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HE QUACKS

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CLATTERING

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Uh, Sarah...

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Oh, sorry, Duck.

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SHE GRUNTS

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Whoa!

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Big telescope.

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Indeed.

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Ooh!

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These must be pieces of actual comets.

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Whoa.

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It says sometimes bits of comets and meteors break off,

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and land here on earth.

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Duck!

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Uh, best leave that alone, chap.

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You don't know what it...

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HE QUACKS

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..does.

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Duck!

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Whoa!

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Would you look at that.

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-Come on, Duck.

-HE QUACKS

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So many stars.

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Oh!

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-Hello, Mars.

-What, oh?!

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Hello, Venus.

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Are you here for the comet too?

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Yes, comet is a dear friend of ours.

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But we haven't seen him in a very long time.

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When's he going to get here?

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Should be any minute.

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Oh! Excuse me, Duck.

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Oh! Why don't we hide and surprise comet when he arrives?

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Oh, yes.

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He loves a joke.

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SHE CHUCKLES See anything, Sarah?

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Not yet.

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-SHE GASPS

-There!

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-Now!

-BOTH:

-Surprise!

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HE SCREAMS Look out!

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-Whoa!

-HE QUACKS

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Well, that didn't go to plan, did it?

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Um, no.

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Come on, this way.

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I knew it was a bad idea.

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Hello?

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-HE GASPS

-Watch out, little, um...

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Human?

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-I'm a girl.

-HE QUACKS

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Oh, right!

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Little GIRL.

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There are some big thingies lurking around.

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Thingies?

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Do you mean Mars and Venus?

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Who?

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Your friends.

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Comet!

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So good to see you, old man.

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Sorry, do I know you? Do I?

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Comet, it's us.

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Vee-Vee and Marsy.

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Um, I don't mean to be rude,

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but it's just that...

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I don't remember ever meeting you, Vee-Vee and Marsy.

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What?!

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-SHE SIGHS

-I don't understand.

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The truth is my memory has not been the same

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since the last time I was here.

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Was I here? Yes, I was here.

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It's as if I...

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I left it behind.

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Oh!

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You're missing a bit.

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Certainly feels that way.

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I think she means you're actually missing a bit.

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Hmm. Could be.

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-IN SCOTTISH ACCENT:

-Oh, nay, lad. That's nay the piece.

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How about this bit?

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HE HOWLS

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-Oh, deary.

-Definitely not.

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Oh!

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What about this one?

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Hmm. Looks about right.

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HE GASPS

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I... I-I...

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-I remember!

-HE CHUCKLES

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The last time I was here a bit of me broke off

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and fell down here somewhere,

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but I was in such a hurry,

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I didn't stop to find it.

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So, you literally lost your memory.

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Apparently.

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Oh, thank you, little girl.

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That's OK.

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-HE GASPS

-Venus, Mars!

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There you are.

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Moon says hello. He was sorry to miss you.

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He's working late tonight.

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-How've you been?

-Oh, fine.

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Just keeping on the move.

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What's it like on the other side of the Sun?

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Oh, there's really not much out there.

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Space dust doesn't talk much, but Pluto...

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-HE LAUGHS

-Pluto, he's a real hoot!

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# Sarah and Duck

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# Sarah and Duck

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# Sarah and Duck

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# Sarah and Duck. #

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Sarah and Duck are excited to visit the observatory to see a passing comet.