Night Night, Waffle Waffle the Wonder Dog


Night Night, Waffle

Preschool comedy drama series. The family spend their first night together, but they and their neighbours are kept awake by Waffle's constant barking.


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# Oh Waffle Oh Waffle

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# Leaping around like...a frog

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# I just want to say one thing You're such a clever dog

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# So many nights we're awake when you're woofing

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# We still love you

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-# Everybody!

-Waffle doggie

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# Waffle doggie Waffle doggie

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# You're such a clever dog You're such a clever dog you are

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# Whoa oh oh oh Oh oh oh oh oh. #

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EVIE: When the wedding party was over,

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Doug said goodbye to his mum.

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-Oh, I'm so glad you came.

-Oh, me too!

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-I'm so happy for you guys.

-Cheers, Zoe.

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-Brilliant.

-Be safe.

-Bye!

-Bye!

-OK, I'm going to see you when I get back

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-from Alaska. Oh, I love you.

-I love you too.

-OK, be good.

-I will.

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-Bye.

-Bye! See you when you get back from Alaska. Bye.

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-There's cake.

-Oh, my word!

-Cake, cake, cake.

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Oh! Are you going to share that?

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Listen, I think I'm going to head off.

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It's been a beautiful wedding day, Jessica.

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-And I know you're all going to be so happy together.

-Thanks, Dad.

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Very happy to be part of the family, Derek. Aren't we, Doug?

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-Mhm! Hey!

-Come here, you.

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-DEREK LAUGHS

-Good boy.

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-Dougie, go and get Evie so she can say goodbye to Gramps, OK?

-Mhm.

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Evie...

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-Shhh. Waffle's trying to sleep.

-Your Gramps is leaving now.

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Please come and say a proper goodbye to me, Evie.

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JESS LAUGHS

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Waffle, stay sleepy.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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-Bye, Gramps!

-Eh? Oh, hello.

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What are you going to tell me, then?

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-Thanks for looking after Waffle with me.

-Oh, that's my pleasure, Evie.

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Hey, I know you're going to feel a bit sad tomorrow, saying goodbye to

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Waffle, but I'm sure his owners are going to feel just as sad,

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and they're missing him right now.

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-Brave girl.

-I love Waffle.

-Oh, that's nice to know.

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-Before you go, Derek, we need a family photo.

-Oh, all right.

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-Ready?

-Everyone say dog biscuit.

-Ha-ha, OK.

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ALL: Dog biscuit!

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-That's the one.

-Oh, that reminds me.

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I've left you a sack of dry dog biscuits for Waffle's breakfast.

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-Oh, thank you so much.

-All right, tally ho, Brooklyn-Bells!

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ALL: Bye!

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Come on, you two.

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Jess?

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Is it all over? Are the guests all gone?

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Yes, they have indeed, Mrs Hobbs. You missed a really fun party.

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-Is it still here?

-You mean the puppy? Oh, he's safe

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and sleepy inside, Mrs Hobbs.

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And he's had some food and a garden wee.

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And we named him Waffle.

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Waffle? So the dog has a name now? Waffle?

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Well, it's just what Evie's calling him. But I'm sure his microchip will

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tell us who he is and who he belongs to when we check it tomorrow,

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-isn't that right, Evie and Doug?

-Yeah.

-So it's definitely not

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staying? Absolutely not, Mrs Hobbs.

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Right, come on, you two, bedtime. Up you go. I'll race you up.

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-Go, go, go, go.

-Jess?

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That's such a relief for George and me.

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GEORGE MEOWS

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Thanks, Jess. Goodnight.

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Night, Mrs Hobbs.

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Doggie is going tomorrow, Georgie Porgie.

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-SIMON:

-Waffle!

-WAFFLE BARKS

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-Jess!

-No!

-Oh, no!

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-That dog is a ball of mischief.

-Oh, dear.

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-Are you OK, Dad?

-Aren't you?

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Right, it's definitely time for a bath and bed, you two,

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and you as well.

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JESS AND SIMON LAUGH

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Come on, I'll run the bath. Stay away from those biscuits.

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Ugh, I need to keep an eye on you, yes.

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Mum, can Waffle stay in my bedroom tonight?

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You mean yours and Doug's bedroom. No, Evie.

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Waffle will sleep downstairs tonight. That way we all get

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-a good night's sleep.

-In fact, if I make him a bed, can he sleep

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-in our room right beside us?

-No, thanks, Doug.

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Waffle's a fidgety little puppy, he'll keep you all awake.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-Waffle, no!

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Simon?

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Would somebody please get that dog out of my bath?

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Oh, puppy. Towel please, Evie.

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-And careful with my phone. It's got all the wedding photos on it.

-OK.

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Oh. Phone!

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SQUEAK! WAFFLE BARKS

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-Got it.

-Did you see that?

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-Well done, Waffle.

-Waffle, you saved Dad's phone.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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-You are such a wonder dog.

-WAFFLE BARKS

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Well, thank you, Waffle.

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And the wedding photos are safe. Good dog.

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Aw!

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# Such a clever dog Such a clever dog you are. #

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Right, Waffle's had his last garden wee. It's time...

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-Look, Mum, Doug's made Waffle a bed.

-Oh!

-Huh.

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-Please, can he sleep here? In here?

-I told you, Doug. I'm sorry. No.

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He can't sleep with you two tonight. But I do love his box bed.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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-Night-night, Waffle.

-Aw, night-night.

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I'll take this dog in a box downstairs.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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Can we come downstairs and say goodnight to Waffle?

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Come on, then.

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Mum, Waffle feels like he's left out.

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You'll be all right down here, Waffle.

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Once we turn off the light, you can snuggle down in your cosy new bed

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and go straight off to sleep.

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But fact, dogs like to be with their owners. I learned that from the book

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-you gave me, Jess.

-We're not his owners, Doug.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-No we're not, Waffle.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-Yeah, enough.

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-Night-night.

-Night, puppy.

-Sleep tight.

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Don't let the dinosaurs bite.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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-Come on then, you two.

-Let's go to bed.

-Quick, quick.

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Chase you up, chase you up!

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WAFFLE BARKS

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Waffle.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-Waffle.

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-Waffle...

-Waffle, you want to sleep upstairs, don't you?

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Yeah. I'm sure he does, Evie, but he's better off down here.

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You just got to get used to it, haven't you, Waffle? That's all.

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-Here you go. You sleep there.

-WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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Stay. Good boy.

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WAFFLE BARKS Goodnight, Waffle.

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He won't stay. He's back.

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-He's very fast, isn't he?

-What are we going to do?

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Any more Waffle woofing and Mrs Hobbs will be round from next door.

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OK, well, let's just try again. Excuse me. Thank you.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-Come here, Waffle.

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CHEW TOY SQUEAKS

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You just need to understand that you're sleeping down here tonight.

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OK? Look, your new bed is so lovely and cosy.

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Night-night, little dog.

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WAFFLE BARKS

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No, don't turn on the light.

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-He'll stop in a minute.

-Please...

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-DOORBELL RINGS

-Oh, no. It's Mrs Hobbs.

-You go.

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Oh! Right. Come here, Waffle.

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Evie, you take Waffle and keep him quiet for me, OK?

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-WAFFLE BARKS

-Thank you very much.

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JESS SIGHS

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Hello, Jess.

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Sorry to bother you so late but George and I heard woofing.

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That noisy dog is keeping us awake.

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-GEORGE MEOWS

-Sorry, Mrs Hobbs.

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-We were just putting the puppy to bed.

-It's all quiet now.

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WAFFLE BARKS

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Well, nearly all quiet.

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Well, I hope it stays that way, Jess.

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It really is a worry for me and for George that next door,

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here in your house, is a dog. A dog!

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EVIE: As Mrs Hobbs went on,

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Waffle was about to cause more trouble.

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We don't like dogs.

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GEORGE MEOWS

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George needs a quiet life, not a life...

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WAFFLE SNIFFS

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Waffle, please don't chase George the cat.

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Well, stop woofing and settle to sleep.

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-GEORGE MEOWS

-The dog next door making all that

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-noise is...

-WAFFLE BARKS

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Waffle, no!

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Mrs Hobbs, George, meet Waffle.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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GEORGE MEOWS

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Oh, dear, Jess, no, no, no, no dogs.

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I will never have dogs in my life again.

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Waffle, Waffle.

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WAFFLE WHIMPERS

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-Waffle...Oh, can we all get to bed now, please?

-Yes.

-Yeah.

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WAFFLE BARKS

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He's nearly asleep.

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Isn't this a funny way to spend our first night as a family?

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-Sleeping in the kitchen?

-Night, Mum.

-Night-night, Evie.

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Night-night, Simon.

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Night-night, Dougie. Night-night, Waffle.

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-WAFFLE:

-Night.

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Did Waffle just...?

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Speak. Yes, he can speak.

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No, he didn't. I must've just...

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..just dozed off for a second and dreamt it.

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Night-night, Evie.

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CLICK!

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-# Everybody!

-Waffle doggie

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# Waffle doggie Waffle doggie

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# You're such a clever dog You're such a clever dog you are

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-DOG BARKS

-# Oh oh oh oh oh. #

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The Brooklyn-Bells spend their first night together as a new family, only to be kept awake by Waffle, whose constant barking upsets Mrs Hobbs, their cat-obsessed neighbour.


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