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♪ the power we perfected is electrically connected ♪ ♪ so use it as directed and except to be respected ♪ ♪ just turn it on and you will see ♪ ♪ that you belong in the company ♪ ♪ feel the power feel the power ♪ ♪ yo, and plug it in ♪ ♪ plug it in...everybody ♪ ♪ electric company! electric company! ♪ ♪ electric company! ♪ there's one lunch that i love the most lettuce and cheese on a seven-grain toast. add a little mustard put it on a plate, and you have a lunch that's good... no, you have a lunch that's great. oh, alright! eh! that's not a valid limerick, jess. what? i don't understand why it's invalid? ok, limericks have their own rules and patterns and you have to know those first before you can make a limerick. why do you know so much about limericks? i don't want to talk about it.
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i don't want to talk about it right now. i don't want to have anything to do with this limerick slam, and i don't want to hear another limerick as long as i live! ♪ ah, alright, hector...what is the deal with you and limericks? ♪ it was seven years ago... in this very room. in the days when the limerick slam was held in the diner. ♪ it was the second annual limerick slam... he started to sneeze and lost his cream cheese... and my opponent was manny spamboni. ...and never did finish his bagel. ding! ding! that limerick is valid! alright, manny! that's my little boy. but as good as manny was i was better. i was the returning champion and about to win, again. good luck, hector. hector...this is for the championship.
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make up a limerick about the beach. i started my limerick beautifully... i once took a trip to the ocean... but then, i started hearing this awful sound, like a bug but i didn't see one anywhere. (buzzing) it completely distracted me, i couldn't pay attention to my limerick. (buzzing) the sound distracted me so much that i said the weirdest thing... i am a chicken pot pie. huh? eh-eh! that's not valid! we have a limerick slam champ, manny spamboni! woo! (applause) better luck next year, hector, you'll certainly need it. (laughing) you're a chicken pot pie.
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hey look, i was distracted. oh come on, hector, why have you not taken manny on since then? yeah, you never give up. i didn't give up, ok, you know i'm just not that into limericks, ok, they're not my thing. (phone beeping) a message...from manny. there once was a poet named jess whose limericks did not impress. she didn't have hector to come and protect her because hector was just such a mess. (cackling) ♪ ok, that's it. jess, are you ready to become the next limerick slam champion? i am! good, let's do this thing. alright! yeah! ♪
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it's time for electric sound off! i'm your host, hector ruiz. (cheers) let's spin the wheel! what sound are we playing with today? short i, the "i" sound. let's plug in "i" to see it in action. "i" as in big lid... or ill inchworm. or a pig's ship... is sit a short "i" word? all: yes! is site a short "i" word? all: no! that's has an "i," but it's a long "i" not a short "i." and now, i need two volunteers to go head to head with the "i" sound. i'll do it. i'll do it. well, come on up! (cheering) let's see some words! make a sentence using these words. the person who uses the most words with the "i" sound wins. but be careful, we've hidden some long "i" words on the wall too...ready? both: ready! work on your sentences while we hear a word from our sponsor. ♪ i, francine carruthers
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am the best zipper-zipper around. for only $300, i'll zip you into your coat, zip you into your shoes. experience what it's like to be zipped by a true zipper-zipper. ♪ time's up! let's see what sentences you made. well, my sentence is: a kitten in mittens is sitting on a twig. look at that -- kitten, in mittens, is, sitting, twig -- six "i" words. you have your work cut out for you, danny. no problem my sentence is: a twig on a mitten is behind the nice kitten. you got twig, mitten is, and kitten -- that's four points. but nice and behind have the "i" sound, not the "i" sound. that means...jessica wins! (cheering) what didin? a big blimp! wow! i'll see you next time on electric sound off! (beat boxing) ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (laughter) we kicked it. quickly. (laughter) i'm special agent jack bowser. chew on this -- i'm stuck, this thing is about to blow, but i can't crack the code to get out.
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help me read this... flick, the famous goldfish had chicken flavored gum! ♪ (explosions) ok, so the most important thing about a limerick is that it has its very own structure. structure, what do you mean? i'm talking about the way that it's built. like...ok, see that building over there? it has its own structure -- it has the foundation, the walls, the roof. a limerick has its own structure as well. so, how do you build one? ah, check it out i'll show you. ok...i'm standing here by a brick wall a great place to throw a word ball. i'm teaching you how to limerick now and i hope you remember it all. you see, this the rhyme structure,
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the first two lines end in a rhyme -- wall and ball. hmm, and the next two lines end in a rhyme -- how and now. exactly, and the last line ends in a rhyme with the first two. all rhymes with wall and ball. exactly, that's the limerick structure that's how it's built. i can do that, step aside. ok. i'm a limerick queen i'm only 13. i know how to rhyme each and every time. see what i mean -- eh-eh! that is invalid. i got the rhyme structure right. yes, you got the rhyme structure right, but the rhythm was off. oh, shock, what's up, man? a beat please. (beat boxing) ok, now listen to the rhythm without the words. ♪
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oh, i get it! i can do that. there once was a limerick queen, a girl at the age of 13. she learned how to rhyme and keep it in time, and now she knows just what you mean. ding! ding! that is a valid limerick. nice! thanks, shock. what are you doing here, man? it's beautiful out. well, well, well, looks like hector has taught his sister the art of the limerick. it would be a shame if she got...distracted. (buzzing) i have a mechanical bug that lives in a little red jug it buzzes around distracting with sound and for that i will give it a hug. (cackling) ♪
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you know what i don't like? i don't like silent letters, i find them really annoying. like when a b comes after an m it's dumb, what's the point? i mean, the b's just hanging around there for no reason. i say thumbs down to "mb!" and so, with a stomp i will flip the "mb" to an "mp." now see, that p is doing something -- thumps. i can hear that p. now i can make words like, like stamp...and trample... and bump. now, i'll take the words climb and crumb and comb and put them in the dump! oh yeah, i'm pumped! i feel so much better. ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ thumbs up to you! good job. oh, you're great. you were really good. you're fantastic. you're the best. you're awesome! thanks, i know. (beat boxing) ♪
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♪ ♪ alright, stay focused, don't get distracted and your name could be right up there. limerick slam champion. yikes, that's a lot of manny spamboni's. don't worry about it you're ready. manny, you do your best, you try hard, you play fair. you understand? of course, mommy i always play fair. and one more thing... uh-huh? win. ♪ alright, limerick lovers are you ready for three rollicking rounds of limerick lunacy? (cheering) alright, you all know the rules...or maybe you don't. you will each compose three limericks on the spot, i will give you a word and you will rhyme it in your limericks,
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and your limericks must make sense. should you fail, you will hear this, "eh-eh!" alright, let the limerick slam begin! (cheers and applause) we will start with our reigning champ, manny. make up a limerick using the word "poet." (bell ringing) poet... i'm manny, the limerick poet i'm good and boy, do i know it! some want me to make a great big mistake, but sorry, i'm not gonna blow it. ding! ding! that's a valid limerick. (cheering) and now, the challenger, jessica. your word is "dozen." dozen...
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i went to the store with my cousin to pick up 12 donuts a dozen. (buzzing) we thought we heard flies, but to our surprise, all that was there was a buzzing. ding! ding! that's valid. time out, time out! that's a new one... ok, i'll allow it. come over here what happened? i did hear a buzzing sound and it was really distracting. buzzing? yeah, like bzzzz. ok, ok, go distract everybody for a second i need to check something out. distract, right? yeah, yeah. um, hey, i want to thank everybody for coming out to the ninth annual limerick slam and i want to thank the electric diner for sponsoring us... bingo. now, how about seven years ago?
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♪ excuse me... good job, jess. excuse me, hi... do you mind if i take jessica's place in this round? another new one...let's check with your opponent. bring it, chicken pot pie! alright folks, the slam is on with a tag-team twist. hector, you're up... your word is "hair." ♪ (buzzing) hair... i just grabbed this thing from the air that was buzzing around by my hair. it might seem weird but it kind of appeared that someone was not playing fair! ding! ding! that's valid. give me my bug!
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manny, what bug? well, he's probably referring to the tiny mechanical bug that he's been flying into our ears to distract us. yeah, that one give it to me. manny! yes, mommy. what did i tell you about playing fair? um, that i should do that. we're going home! but, mommy. no more robotics for a week! mommy! i guess that means that jessica is the winner! no, no, wait, wait. i'm sorry, i know i keep doing this. but why don't we have just one more round, fair and square, no bugs, just limericks. what do you say, manny? can i, mommy? alright, but give me that bug. about we make this one a team round if that's ok? why not? i pick jess as my partner. ok, manny you choose your partner. he chooses me... let's do this. alright folks, get ready for the freaky freestyle round.
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your limericks can be about anything. we will keep going until someone makes an invalid limerick. ♪ here we go. there once was a sister and a brother. a pair that could rhyme like no other. our skills are supreme and we work as a team. now manny gets joined by his mother. i cannot believe that you cheated. it's better than being defeated. that's not how you play, that's just not the way. i promise that it won't be repeated. manny's bug caused a major distraction and his mom, well, she had a reaction. she got really mad and she yelled at the lad. now let's watch their next interaction. let's hope that you did learn your lesson. yes mommy, i have learned my lesson. eh-eh! oh! what happened? you rhymed lesson with lesson, you can't rhyme one word with the same word that's completely invalid. which means that jessica and hector win!
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(cheering) (sobbing) there, there, manny, next year. (sobbing) jessica and hector ruiz... limerick slam champions. hector, i'm glad you're back on the limerick scene. i must say, it is nice to be back. hey hector, do you think i could be in the limerick slam next year? ah keith, what an excellent question. but please, let me make this suggestion. if you're seeking success take your lessons from jess, 'cause today, she made quite the impression. good job. thank you. well, look at that the electric company might be able to rhyme, but they won't win this time. on prankster planet, no one can stop me. will you even dare to try, electric company? (laughing)
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♪ prankster planet! prankster planet! ♪ ♪ the reverse-a-ball's reversing all the words ♪ ♪ on earth, so it's jessica and marcus to the rescue ♪ ♪ francine has eight machines you must stop them all ♪ ♪ to save the world from the reverse-a-balls! ♪ ♪ prankster planet! prankster planet! ♪ meanwhile, in francine's studio... hello, loyal fans. all: francine! francine! you're too kind. let's take a look at three examples of my reverse-a-balls on earth. reverse-a-ball 1... valid -- if something is valid then it means that it counts it's right. reverse-a-ball 2... lettuce and cheese on seven-grain toast. reverse-a-ball 3... what did i tell you about playing fair? um, that i should do that. brilliant. let's check on the progress of our little heroes jessica and marcus, as they try to stop my reverse-a-balls. (laughing) how are you so good at this? my dad was any olympic log hopper, it's in my blood.
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(screaming) well, it's not looking good for the electric company... so why don't i make it worse? hey, it's survey time. the survey question is -- what should i drop on the electric company? time to vote! you can vote for chickens, pickles, or pies. i'm going to show the results of the survey using a bar graph! i love a bar graph. it's time to... all: vote! vote! vote! vote! and now, the part where we have the results of the survey... time! what did you vote for? this bar shows that ten of you voted for chickens. this bar shows that 17 voted for pickles. this bar shows that 13 voted for pies. pickles has the tallest bar. pickles win! the results of the survey show that you want me to drop pickles on jessica and marcus...time!
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it's time for a pickle pile! this really isn't funny, marcus. well, ok...that's kind of funny. i take it back not funny. pickles... reverse-a-balls. how are we going to stop the reverse-a-balls now? no idea. marcus, just how hungry are you? (chomping sounds) mmm... don't waste it. i didn't count on marty liking pickles that much. (burping) hey, there's a lever. time for my prankster planet prankster rules emergency button! good luck stopping the reverse-a-balls now! both: hey you guys! go to and stop the reverse-a-balls. the electric company and the people of earth need you!
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we interrupt our regularly scheduled programming for a special electric company shout out from prankster planet! today's honorary electric company members are gold53, josleen21, and cool-lookin' luca. congratulations! both: thank you. you can be an honorary member of the electric company too! online and stop francine's verse-a-balls! i'm only 13... i'm special agent jack bowser. i'm stuck here... what am i, a pepperoni? this whole pie is about to explode and i can't crack the code to get out! help me read this... they jumped from a bump to a lumpy stump!
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two brothers... all-right! who know a lot about creatures... t-devils have the strongest jaws of any mammal. and personal hygiene. yuck! watch wild kratts! on pbs kids go! or anytime at p-b-s kids go dot org. "the electric company" is brought to you by... find your voice and share it american greetings proud sponsor of "the electric company." agreement from the u.s. department of education's ready to learn grant, and viewers like you, thank you. i cannot believe that you cheated. it's better than being defeated. that's not how you -- sorry.
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manny's mom dropped the mic on the stage. wish you had your own electric company profile? go online to and make your very own electric page and fill it with pictures, videos, and songs from the show. decorate it just the way you want to and share with your friends. i've got one too, and i can't wait to see what you came up with.
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wild kratts is made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. ♪ wild kratts ♪ hey, we're the kratt brothers! i'm martin. and i'm chris.
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and we're going out on the biggest habitat on earth. the ocean. looking for the largest creatures in the world. the whales! chris: early morning, seas are calm. martin: perfect time for looking for whales! whoa! we're going right into the fog! martin: it's a thick mist. how are we ever gonna find a whale in this? chris: because of the mist, we can't see the whale. so we're gonna stop right here and listen for the sound of their spouting. (water hissing) yeah! did you hear that? there's whales all around us in the mist! i think i saw something down there. whoa! fin whales! the second largest whale in the world. a fin whale can live to be over 100 years old. tiny little fin, but a big animal-- they're fast. come up, breathe and then dive again. some whales can hold their breath for over an hour. but when they're travelling like this they stay under for only five minutes. look at all the swirls. they've gone down. all
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right, let's keep movin'! martin: even though whales are the biggest animals on earth they can be the hardest to hang out with. they live in the water often freezing cold water. they swim fast and dive deep. some whales, like the sperm whale, dive so deep, they're impossible to follow down there where they hunt giant squid. imagine if we had whale powers and could join whales wherever they go. and do whatever they do. what if! ♪ ♪ on adventure with the coolest creatures ♪ ♪ from the oceans to the trees ♪ ♪ the brothers kratt are going places you never get to see ♪ ♪ hanging with their creature friends ♪ ♪ get ready, it's the hour ♪ ♪ we're gonna see some animals today with ♪ ♪ creature power ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild,
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wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild, wild ♪ ♪ cheetah speed and lizard glide ♪ ♪ falcon flight and lion pride ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild kratts ♪ ♪ gonna go wild, wild wild kratts ♪ ♪ go wild, wild, wild kratts ♪ ♪ (machinery humming) (beeping) (buzzing) navigation systems online. (beeping) viewing port activated. all right, let's take this new amphisub for a test drive. ♪ martin: whoo hoo! yeah! chris: yee-haw! martin: whoo hoo! chris: yee-haw! ♪ this
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is an awesome sub. martin: it's so maneuverable. and what a view! you can see everything going on all around us. and, who knows what's happening down there in the depths. chris: there's the question: can this sub go deep enough to find out? whoa, incoming! arrow squid, and they're feeding on... little amphipods tiny microscopic animals floating in the water. whoa. these squid are squishy. and slimy! oh, and their suction cups kind of tickle! (laughing) hey, aviva, i love this exploration valve feature. oh yeah, this amphisub rocks the deep sea. fantastico. got one more thing for the sub before you deep dive. just hang out there until i can finish up this robot arm. phew! where's my mango juice? oh, in the fridge.
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might as well test the robot arm. ♪ hmph! ♪ ahh. guys, this robot arm is gonna be a great add-on to the sub. perfect for deep sea discovery. i like these exploration valves better. i can pet wild squid-pets. this is squiddo. squidtacular. squidcicle. martin, are you squidding me? ha ha, squidding me! good one, chris. there's no way you could come up with names for 1,000 squids. we'll see. this little guy is-- ah! he nipped me. your fangs! whoa, check that make it beaks. a squid has a beak like a parrot. whoa. aviva, are you sure this sub has what it takes to take on the mystery of the deep sea? i mean really deep sea? well, that's what i'm designing it for. small squid attacks are
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one thing, but what about bigger ones? or the water pressure? i know, the deep sea is harder to explore than outer space. i'm working on it. we need a sub that can go as deep as a sperm whale and keep up with it. nobody has ever followed a sperm whale into the deep before i love the challenge. but it might not be something i can crack in a day. not unless i have some big inspiration. (rumbling outside) uh, how about this? sperm whale at 6:00! whoa! now that's a huge whale. uh, no. that's a huge whale. (screaming) martin: mother sperm whale. chris: and her calf. martin: whoa. heh, is that big enough inspiration for you, aviva? might be. it might be! whale powers. let's see, a sperm whale can dive deeper than any other
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whale. she has flexible ribs that can fold up under intense pressure. and she has a thick layer of fat to keep her warm in the cold, deep waters! i can learn a lot from these whales. this is gonna be the best creature power suit yet. (loud boom-click) whoa, what was that!? it's coming from the big mama sperm whale's head! (boom-click) (crackling) okay, it's true. sperm whales are the loudest animal in the world. chris: they're echolocating on us. martin: yeah, that booming sound. comes out of her big, bumpy head. chris: bounces off us. the soundwaves travel back to her lower jaw which takes the sound up to her ear. martin: then to her brain! (boom-click) that's what you call sonar. and the sperm whale gets a sound picture of us. or her lunch. (boom-click) (boom-click)
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♪ chris: whoa, she gulped down hundreds in one mouthful. that's like a bathtub full of squid in one bite. and she can eat eight bathtubs full of slimy squid a day. ♪ aww, look how closely the calf follows his mom. martin: he's cute! chris: i'd say he looks about a year old. i'd say he looks like a little rascal. oh, i'm gonna have to come up with a funny playful little name for this guy. chris: can't be too little of a name. he's already as big as a mini van. following a mom who's as big as a school bus. they're heading towards you tortuga. wow! the sperm whale is the largest toothed predator that ever lived on planet earth. thar she blows! (chuckling) do sperm whales rule
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the sea, or what? almost, but not quite. they can get ganged up on by pods of hunting killer whales, drifting fishing nets called "ghost nets" tangle them up. and then there are the stories of epic battles with giant squid. but no one's ever seen it because they meet in the deep. what's going on up there? the whales are each taking a big breath in through their blowhole. koki: a whale breath is the same amount of air that fills a car! they must be getting ready for a deep dive. yeah, going deeper looking for bigger squid. oh! hey, we're not a beach ball! or a bumper boat. bumper, that's it! you're bumper. the newest member of the wild kratts team. chris: here we go. nobody's ever followed hunting sperm whales into the depths. martin: we're with you, bumper. chris: okay, aviva. how deep can this sub go? aviva: deeper than any mobile sub ever created by humans. i hope. chris: losing
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all the sun's light at 600 feet, leaving the ocean sunlit zone. martin: entering twilight zone. chris: sub lights on. oh-ho, we're going deeper. uh, chris, do you ever get the feeling we're being watched? sure, the wild kratts crew is always keeping an eye on us. an eye the size of a basketball!? there's only one creature on the planet with an eye this big. a giant squid! chris: huh, now that's a whale of a squid! martin: behind you, bumper! oh no, squid attack! (urgent boom-clicking) ♪ she heard bumper's distress call! bumper's mom to the rescue! whoa! that's gotta be the world's most powerful head butt! chris: because the sperm whale has a giant head. only the blue whale's is bigger. martin:
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this is it, what we've dreamed of seeing, what happens every day where people can't go. the creature battle no one has seen before. chris: i'm on it. martin: keep with them, chris. i'm on it! no, we're in it! whoa! ugh, chris! i just discovered something! giant squid suction cups have serrated cutting teeth! ahh! (whimpering) that's enough squid slime for one day. ugh. battle between sperm whale and giant squid. we can't miss this! how deep can this sub go? not any deeper. sensors indicate you're nearing collapse depth. collapse depth? if you go much deeper, the sub will be crushed like a tin can. gulp. uh oh. uh, chris, we might have to head back. we can't miss this battle! yeah, but we don't wanna get crushed, either.
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the sub controls are acting funny. i have no controls! must have been lost in battle! we're sinking! ♪ koki: fifty feet until collapse depth. forty-nine, forty-eight-- why will the sub collapse if they go deeper? it's the pressure. what pressure!? the water pressure. the deeper the sub goes, the more water is on top the heavier that water gets, pushing in on the sub. that's pressure. if there's too much water weight pushing down on the sub, or pressure, the sub will be crushed! gotta pull them out of there! ♪ okay, i get it i get it! i see why it's harder to explore the deep sea than outer space! i wish we'd gone to the moon. the worst part is, we saw the start of the battle between the sperm whale
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and the giant squid-- and we'll never know how it ends. almost there! koki: ten feet to collapse depth. nine, eight, seven-- aviva: gotcha! and going up. aviva, we've got to get back down there. what!? i just pulled you up! but a never-before-seen wildlife battle is going on down there. and if the mother whale loses, so does our buddy, bumper. but my sub couldn't handle the pressure. how are you gonna get down there? creature power suits! oh yeah! bring on the creature powers. aviva: okay, i've pre-programmed the discs for sperm whale and giant squid, but i haven't run any trials. it's too soon. and i obviously haven't figured out how to deal with the pressure! we'll have to rely on the code found in the whale and squid dna. what do they always mean, dna? dna is the biological code that gives every animal their special
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features. every type of animal has their own dna code hidden in every cell of their body. but how are you gonna access the dna code when you can't even touch the animals? uh, hello? i'm touching a giant squid right now! i was slimed by the giant squid, remember? i'm covered with squid slime! ah, and i've got a whale tooth! chris and martin: activate creature power suits! ahh! gotta get to the water! i'm just a blob of jelly with eight arms. wait a second, did you say arms? don't you mean tentacles? hey, i've got those, too. squids have both arms and tentacles. the eight shorter ones are arms. you can tell, because they have suckers all the way down. oh! so the two longer ones are the tentacles. they only have suckers on the ends. whoa, that's awesome!
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uh, need water to move. oops, sorry, guys. chris and martin: oh yeah! these are the best creature power suits! chris and martin: ever! let's dive. giant squid, ruler of the deep! oh, i could eat you right now, i've got teeth. i'm a toothed whale. heads up, big head. tentacle under, over. whoo hoo! (chuckling) martin, we've gotta follow the real sperm whale and giant squid before it's too late! let's go! how deep can they go in those suits? i admit it i'm out of my depth when it comes to dealing with the pressure of the deep. i just hope the secrets of the whale and the squid are in the creature power suits. i'll be keeping one giant squid eye on the pressure gauges. we're passing the depth where the sub crumpled. feeling a little squeeze but good. how 'bout you, bro? comfy, like snoozing in a bed of jelly. how's that comfy? it's a squid thing. hey! oh, the
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squid. chris: and the whale. they're still at it! if the whale gets enough of the squid in her mouth, holy calamari, lunch over. not so fast. this mollusk monster is getting a grip. arms latched on. and remember, those suction cups have cutting edges. ouch! that's where she got those sucker scars. but with every shake the squid gets sucked deeper into the whale's mouth. the squid knows better. he's thinking "not gonna let that happen." ink blast! oh, whoa, didn't see that coming. yuck. listen, that's bumper. he sounds scared. chris and martin: a ghost net! bumper's mom! the net's dragging her down! even sperm whales can't go deeper than 4,000 feet. okay, she can hold her breath for 100 minutes, max. we have to save mom. to the creature rescue! i'm gonna monitor your depth
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and pressure. right now, you're at 1,500 feet. the sea water above you is putting 682 pounds of pressure per square inch. that's as heavy as wearing a school bus as a hat! koki: you're right. that is a lot of weight. and a lot of pressure. how are you feeling? actually, okay. so the creature power suits must be working their biological magic. chris: there she is. wait, but where's bumper? he was just with us. i'll use my sonar to look for him. (boom-click) (beeping) (sound waves rumbling) must be that he can't dive any deeper than that. yeah, he's just a kid. he can't dive as deep as the adults. so he's gotta hang out and wait when his mom dives super deep. i'll keep an eye on him with my sonar, just like a whale would. speaking of mother sperm whale she's still sinking.
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let's go. (boom-click) all right, bumper's safe. whoa! oh, there she is! three-thousand feet and still hanging in. oh, it's a good thing the sperm whale holds the record as the deepest diving air breathing animal. koki: but you're entering the midnight zone. it looks like even a sperm whale can't go deeper than that. i'll grab her! ahh, gotcha! with my tentacle club. whoo! a 90,000 pound sperm whale is really heavy, even under water. yes! we're reversing her fall. hey, and this is another never before seen creature moment. (straining) huh? squid and whale powers working together! ha ha-- oof! oh yeah!
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oh, better check on bumper. (boom-click) ♪ a giant squid! wait, it's a different body shape. bigger! ten feet longer! oh, it's a colossal squid! a newly discovered species. (boom-click) (beeping) it's after bumper! i've got to get there first. go, chris, go! oh, but hurry back! i'm running out of squid strength! ahh, we're sinking! (boom-click) who's gonna get there first? i can't tell. too close to call. hurry, moby chris. ♪ chris:
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bumper! not gonna get there in time! but my sonic boom can. (boom-click) a powerful whale sound that can stun the squid. arms off! uh oh. arms off bumper, but now they're on me! the colossal squid has sharp section cups, too. (straining) got an arm. oh, but you've got nine more. whoa, and colossal squid tentacles have spinning hooks. and they've got me. ah-- but listen, colossal squid, and listen close: so what if you've got spinning hooks? so what if you've got the largest eye in the world? as large as a large pizza. you don't scare me. can you take the shake? (metal rattling) okay, then. martin, help.
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uh, chris, i was just gonna ask you the same thing. why? because we're sinking right towards-- underwater volcanoes! and they're active. but the squid just chewed off one of my fins. martin: but i'm drifting straight to a pool of bubbling lava. ah, his spinning hooks are shredding my back! martin: a volcano's erupting. chewing through the glass! oh! giant gas-filled rocks hurtling towards me! oh! giant gas-filled rocks hurtling towards me! gotcha! whoa! goin' up! hang on, mama whale! whoo hoo! chris: hurry, when he's done destroying my whale suit he's gonna devour me! martin: uh, excuse me, your colossalness? uh, don't you know it's not nice to eat creature rescuers? whoa! i've got no strength to fight back.
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she's almost torn through my suit! the sperm whale has only five minutes of air! it's too deep for us to help you. can anybody say, "uh oh"? martin: oh no, stay away, bumper. save yourself! (boom-click) aww, what a buddy. he's trying to save us with a little boom-click. whoa! bumper, was that you? chris: i don't think so. only one creature could do that. the loudest animal on earth. a full-grown bull sperm whale! chris: a direct hit from his boom-click could knock down a small house. martin: it totally stunned the colossal squid. whoa, he's bigger than an 18-wheeler truck. the biggest toothed predator in the history of planet earth! the battle between a colossal squid and a bull sperm whale. a face-off between the
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largest eye and the biggest brain in the creature world. ♪ oh! whoa! chris and martin: the sperm whale wins! martin: come on, let's go. hang in there, mom we're heading to air. thar they-- blow. yes! she made it! now that was a whale of a rescue. de-activate. let's get you out of this ghost net. looks like bumper's happy to have his mom back.
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all right, here they are the sperm whales. the biggest-brained animals that ever lived. martin: who make the loudest sound of all animals. are the deepest air-breathing divers. the eaters of giant and colossal squid! swimming free and in the wild. ♪ there are two different groups of whales the toothed whales-- and the baleen whales. toothed whales, like sperm whales, beluga whales, killer whales and dolphins have teeth. and they're predators. so they hunt their prey using echolocation. baleen whales, they don't have teeth. baleen whales are whales like fin whales, humpback whales, minke whales and instead of teeth, they have... baleen in their mouths. and this is how they catch their food. the water comes in this side goes through the baleen, and then when it comes out this side, these little hairs catch all the tiny plants and animals
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floating in the water, and that's what the baleen whales eat! the baleen whales are all around us, using their baleen right now! let's move out! ♪ chris, you got that camera? we can stick this pole cam right in the water when we find them. shh, listen. (water hissing) a humpback! we heard a humpback. where is she? there's a humpback whale swimming around. humpback! chris and martin: whoa! martin: see why they call them humpback, they've got that knobby hump, and then the dorsal fin goes up-- and then down. chris: humpbacks are also baleen whales. and that's why the whale's here: to eat to filter all those plants and animals, those tiny microscopic creatures, out of the water that is the whale's food. martin: oh wow, that white
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that's her fin, the white's her fin. and white on the edge of the tail-- here she comes. oh! so close! we're just drifting and she's drifting along. we're in perfect position. that was a good spout! now that spout is a breath of air. it's kind of like when you breathe out in the winter: the hot air from inside the whale mixes with the cool air, and then you get that mist cloud. there he goes. the humpback whale. ♪ whales are great! oh yeah! we'll see you on the creature trail. keep on creature adventuring. hi, i'm martin from the kratt brothers, and this isn't chris. this is a ten-year-old alligator.
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she weighs about 80 pounds and i can only hold on to her for so long. you know, a full-grown male alligator can get ten times this size? i couldn't even pick him up. i love alligators. all right, martin, we got a mystery animal right behind you. who do you think it it? okay. shh. i hear panting. could it be a mammal? yes, it's a mammal. all right. can you give me a colour clue? red. red? a red mammal. that narrows it down-- does it have big hind legs? oh, yeah! can it jump like crazy? oh, yeah. one of the best. is it a red kangaroo? you got it! the red kangaroo of australia. oh, yeah! this is a lemon shark. they're called lemon sharks because they're kind of yellowish in colour. this one's only about two or three years old.
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but they can grow to be about 12' long. lemon sharks are fish eaters. and they live in the warm southern waters of the caribbean. there you go, buddy, back to living free and in the wild. announcer: it's wordgirl! protecting word-challenged citizens... practice does make perfect! and barbershop quartets! dr. two brains is cheating. police chief: take 'em away, boys. "wordgirl"! weekdays on pbs kids go or watch anytime you want at! wild kratts is made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. ♪
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to find out more about cool animals and collect your own wild kratts creature powers, go the wild kratts website. at both: we'll see you there!
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♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] fun for everyone makes a family strong. chuck e. cheese's proudly supports pbs kids. and by a ready to learn television
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cooperative agreement from the u.s. department of education through the public broadcasting service. and by contributions to your pbs station from: ♪ every day when you're walking down the street ♪ ♪ everybody that you meet has an original point of view. ♪ ( laughs ) ♪ and i say hey! ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪ ♪ if we could learn to work and play ♪ ♪ and get along with each other ♪ ♪ you got to listen to your heart ♪ ♪ listen to the beat ♪ ♪ listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street ♪ ♪ open up your eyes open up your ears ♪ ♪ get together and make things better by working together ♪ ♪ it's a simple message and it comes from the heart ♪ ♪ believe in yourself ♪ ♪ for that's the place to start ♪ ♪ and i say hey! ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪
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♪ if we could learn to work and play ♪ ♪ and get along with each other. ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪ ♪ hey! what a wonderful kind of day. ♪ hey! arthur: hey, d.w. hey! whoa! ( crash ) d.w. ( scolding ): uh-uh-uh! 3:30 is my tv time. your time is... i don't watch mary moo cow on a clock. it says 4:00. lucky for me i can't tell time. mom, arthur changed all the clocks again! kids ( to "frère jacques" ): ♪ mary moo cow, mary moo cow ♪ kids: ♪ we love you, mary moo ♪ ♪ when you're with a moo cow... ♪ there's no fooling d.w. when it comes to mary moo cow.
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mom, it's 3:30! oh, no! it's 3:30! oh, you're too slow! ♪ ...mary moo ♪ ♪ when you're with a moo cow... ♪ if she couldn't watch this show she'd go crazy. well crazier. thank you, boys and girls, that was fun! will you sing it again? all: yes! what are you waiting for? quick, go to the title card! ta-dah! ( d.w. shrieking ) all: d.w., what's wrong? she's coming. so remember, boys and girls i'll see you real soon when i visit... tv announcer: thursday at the mill creek mall, elwood city. friday, petie pete's pizzeria. and i can hardly wait! moo... to you!
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to you, too! mary ( to "frère jacques" ): ♪ oh, d.w., oh, d.w. ♪ ♪ i love you... ♪ ♪ really, moo? ♪ ♪ there is no one smarter ♪ ♪ yeah, tell that to arthur ♪ arthur! ( gags ) ( to barney's theme music ): ♪ i love you... ♪ mary and d.w.: toodle-oo! d.w.: i've figured it out. i can live in mary moo cow's barn in the summer then live here with you, dad and kate the rest of the year. arthur: you are insane. they won't put you on their show. not "they." "she," mary moo cow. this one. honey, there'll be lots of kids there to see her. i know, that's why you can't tell her i'm related to arthur. d.w.: do you think mary has spinach for dinner? i could eat it once or twice maybe just to be polite, but not every night.
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oh, and do you think she... well, she's gone. that means... both: dark bunny! d.w.: and i know mary loves babies so kate could come and visit when mary and me have our days off. ( bunny crying ) ( aardvark crying ) i'm sorry. mary can't take everybody. oh, my. i'm sorry, honey. what? what's it say? mom: no mary moo cow today i'm afraid. they canceled it. ( gasps ) tv announcer: in the rain-drenched streets of dark city where the sun never rises only one person stands between crime and humanity... mary moo cow! both: huh? mary couldn't come. okay, the party's over. it's my turn. mary moo cow: this is an extra-special episode and do you know why?
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kids: because it's our last episode! that's right, boys and girls: l-a-s-t, last. let's sing it! ( to "yankee doodle" ): ♪ l-a-s-t, that spells... ♪ both: all right! what? what does that mean? mary moo cow is history! mom! both: ♪ l-a-s-t, that spells last ♪ ♪ no more mary moo cow. ♪ i'm sorry, d.w. but that's what happens to all tv shows eventually. they get canceled. you mean it'll never be on again? i know it seems awful right now, honey but think of all the other fun things you can do now at 3:30. and you do have a few videotapes. mom? dad? you'll punish arthur, right? good night, d.w. dad: think of all the other fun things you can do now at 3:30.
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come on, we're supposed to have fun. ( moans ) what's fun about it? without mary moo cow... there's only dark bunny. ( everything gags ) d.w. ( scolding ): uh-uh-uh! it's still my tv time. and welcome to the first afternoon edition of stock market today. mom! it's useless, arthur. she said i could keep this time until i recover from my trauma. mom! come on, d.w., this is so boring. let's go out and play. uh-uh. it's not fair. if i can't have mary moo cow anymore he can't have dark bunny.
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there was a commotion... ( to "frère jacques" ): ♪ hey d.w., hey d.w. ♪ ♪ let's go play, right away. ♪ i said no, nadine. anchor: this historic building was saved from demolition when concerned citizens obtained 500 signatures on a petition. d.w.: it's called a petition. if enough of us sign it then they must bring mary moo cow back. why would we do that? because you can sign with finger paint! sign a petition to bring back mary moo cow. only five cents! you don't charge to sign petitions! grownups always think something's important if it costs money. huh? okay, i just need one more signature. if you sign it i'll let you watch dark bunny. i couldn't stand it if i'm a part of bringing back mary moo cow.
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fine. mom, i'm ready to mail it! arthur: mail for mary moo cow. boys and girls do you know what this is? what? ( to "alouette" ): ♪ a petition ♪ ♪ here is a petition ♪ ♪ spell "petition" ♪ ♪ p-e-t... oh! ♪ ♪ something, something, something! ♪ ♪ now we can get out of here ♪ ♪ d.w., you've brought us cheer! ♪ ♪ p-e-t... ♪ ♪ something-something- something ♪ ♪ p-e-t... ♪ ♪ something-something- something ♪ all: ♪ oh! ♪ what's it say? what's it say? that the person in the mary moo cow costume is really happy you made a petition: h-a-p-p-y. but the show is still canceled so you should let your brother watch dark bunny because it's still on the air.
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( giggles ) you're funny. "dear d.w. mary moo cow is very happy "that you cared enough "to circulate a petition on her behalf. can you spell 'happy'?" oh, no! he's not right is he, mom? no matter what the letter says you should be proud of taking the action... just read it, mom, please. ( clears throat ) "while mary cannot make more shows at this time..." aha! no! "...she would like "to personally thank you by inviting you to the studios of channel 12 home of the mary moo cow show." hooray! it worked! it didn't work. the show is still canceled. you just wait until i have a little talk with mary. d.w.: dad, i think you made a wrong turn somewhere. this isn't mary's barn. no, it's the studio where the show is filmed. the barn is inside. ( chuckling ): oh... that mary. textile up 1 7/8
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while pork products continue to fall... and this is where mary moo cow always had her moo cow sock puppet shows. have we given you a moo cow sock puppet yet? this is all very nice, ma'am but i do have a lot to discuss with mary so if you could take me to her... i'm afraid mary is very, uh... busy right now, d.w. busy? but that's the whole reason i came out here! d.w.! i already have all this stuff. arthur was right. he said you were just inviting me here to tell me it was still canceled! mary! mary! come back here! mary, where are you?! are you here? m-o-o spells... moo! mary?
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( gasps ) mary? i'm sorry. isn't this... ? oh. you're not mary. you're the boring woman. well, i... oh, you're the little petition girl. mary likes you very much. uh-huh. why have you taken mary's place? where did you put her? i didn't put her anywhere. mary just wanted a change. everybody needs a change don't you think? no. maybe. no. don't worry. she might very well turn up again someday and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing your petition had a lot to do with it. well, good-bye little girl. there you are! d.w., you don't just burst in on people's dressing rooms. that's all right. i was pleased to meet her. ( in mary's voice ): good-bye. ( gasps ) ( in normal voice ): i mean, good-bye. come on, d.w., it's time to go.
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mary moo cow: ♪ oh, d.w., i love you ♪ ♪ yes, i do... ♪ mary. news anchor ( on tv ): bulk foods down 3/8... don't worry, i'm not even going to ask. huh? that's okay. you can watch your show. i'll see mary... some other time. dark bunny here i come! announcer: ...of dark bunny have been canceled so that we can bring you the original classic episodes of every boy and girl's favorite series the mary moo cow show! ( screams ) both: and now... here we go. let's do this. five... four... three... two... i'm caroline. and i'm kenny. we're going to take you behind the scenes of another great kids' show. it's zoom-- come on.
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this is the studio where we film all the segments you see on zoom. you're mixing into this? caroline's about to do a zoom-do. it's like an arts and crafts project. this is homemade chalk. the idea to make it was sent in from rock hill... is that right? well, she has to memorize all her lines. quickly stir in two spoonfuls of liquid tempera paint. they'll come out really neat. i just made chalk, and it was just a lot of fun and i got paint all over my hands. this is our zoom zone and we hang out in here when we aren't filming zoom. this is our little miniature model of like a world and this is an art project we do when we're not shooting zoom. kenny: another project we're working on here in the zoom zone is the rube goldberg invention. whoops! here we go. ( zoomers cheering ) it worked. man: five... four... three... two...
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most pizza you eat has cheese, vegetables and pepperoni on it, but have you... kenny is rehearsing for a "znack," z-n-a-c-k. he's making fruit pizza. now all that's left is digging in. wow! he did it in one take. ( applause ) only one take, and you were right. did it in one take. and now back to zoom. arthur. arthur. ( school bell rings ) yeah, let's go. ( kids exclaiming ) buster: hey, mom. up high. down low. in the middle. and away we go. ( both giggle ) buster and his mom are really good friends. they do everything together. they go to movies.
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the animation is terrible, the plot is dumb and the songs give you a headache. that's what we said after the first time we saw it. i know, once more and i'm sure we'll be cured. they do chores together. detergent, sponge, soap, paper towels... hmm... ( carriage screeches to halt ) 17 minutes and 54 seconds! a new record! sometimes they just go out for lunch together. but all that might change when buster meets... my boyfriend. girl ( on tv ): help! help! bionic bunny, where are you?
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someone's in trouble! never fear! bionic bunny is here! oh, thank goodness! i have the most terrible splinter. ( weeping ): could you please take it out? don't do it! it's a trap! ( alienators beeping ) arthur: i'm in the red zone! me, too! she is such an alien! you're no little girl! you're... ( laughs demonically ) kodo, from the crab nebula! prepare to be neutralized! ( both gasp ) ( telephone beeps ) oh, hold on, that's call-waiting. ( touch tone beeps ) hello? just a minute. mom! it's for you! bitzi: thank you, dear. yes? well, hello! ( giggling ) why, thank you!
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( bitzi continues giggling ) you never came back from call-waiting. i was on the phone for 20 minutes! sorry-- my mom took the phone and went into her room. she's been acting really weird lately. how so? well, she smiles all the time. and sometimes when she's on the phone, she gets all giggly. boyfriend. what? my mom does not have a boyfriend! any unexpected deliveriess of flowers lately? huh... now that you mention it... when she's doing something does she stop suddenly stare into space and sigh like this? ( makes lovelorn sigh ) well, just once or twice. i rest my case. boyfriend. maybe she does have a boyfriend. but who? your book reports were all satisfactory with a few exceptions. great... another f.
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what? this can't be mine! ( gasps ): it is! that's my pizza stain! i'm telling you, arthur, it's him. mr. ratburn's my mother's boyfriend. that's ridiculous! oh, yeah? well, look at this. when was the last time i got an a in his class? well... he probably gave it to me so i'd like him better. oh! this is the end! i'm doomed! first, he'll come over to dinner. ( giggling ) delightful dinner, my dear. well, buster, only one slice left. guess the number i'm thinking of between one and ten, and it's yours. seven? no, it was 3.141592675 also known as "pi". get it-- pi... pie?
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( laughs hysterically ) ( slurps ) buster: and then they'll get married! do you nigel charles ratburn take bitzi lynne baxter to have and to hold for better or for worse, through sickness and in health from this day forward ( sings as elvis ): ♪ till death do you part? ♪ i do. but i must tell you, sir that's a run-on sentence. try breaking it up with a few periods. then they'll have... ( gulps ) children. read to me. read me a big book... in french! let's play algebra! whoa! ( smashes ) daddy! buster broke my chemistry set! ( screams ) keep it down! he's coming this way. arthur, you've got to do something.
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tell him my mother's ugly and crazy. no! ratburn: buster... arthur. um... mr. ratburn did you know that buster's mother... has giant lizards that she feeds rats to? really? i love lizards. i had a gila monster named morty but i never fed him rats. fascinating. oh, great! now the house is going to be full of lizards, too. thanks a lot. i couldn't think of anything. dinner on friday sounds great. just let me run it by buster. bye. ( giggles ) ( hangs up telephone ) ( grunts ) ( begging ): please don't marry mr. ratburn, mom! he'll give you homework. he'll make you redo your pies. marry mr. ratburn? buster, what are you talking about? well, all those flowers and phone calls. that's him, right? that's not nigel ratburn buster.
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that's harry mills. it isn't mr. ratburn? whoopee! ( laughs happily ) would it be all right with you if he had dinner with us on friday? sure. wait a minute. who's harry mills? all i know is that he writes about sports for the newspaper tells jokes and loves kids. he sounds great. yeah, too great. arthur, what if he's... one of them! what do you mean? you know. ( whispers ): an alien. ( robotic whirring ) you'll just love what's for dessert. you! ( low grunt followed by whooshing ) ( all scream ) kodo, my lord, i bring you two fresh earthlings!
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good work, horseshoe! ( both scream ) buster, he's not an alien! do you have proof? i don't need proof! well, you're probably right. but it doesn't hurt to be sure. ( static ) is that your final answer? ( alienator beeping ) it works. ( doorbell rings ) bitzi: buster, could you get it? i'm not ready yet. ( gasps ) knock, knock. who's there? venice. venice who? venice you going to invite me in? hi, buster.
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i'm harry. ( crunches ) whoops. sorry. hmm. and by the time the batter slid into home all he had on was his boxer shorts! ( spits, then laughs ) buster baxter! where are your manners? ( laughter turns to coughing ) it wasn't my fault. he's making me laugh. he's right. i'm sorry. i tell funny stories when i'm nervous and... harry, your tie. actually, it looks better with crab chowder on it. ( all laugh ) that was delicious! now, how about a little dessert? ( laughs evilly ) ( all scream ) i'll get some plates.
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let me help you. ( gasps ) whew! you do like boston cream pie don't you? yep. actually, it's my favorite. mine, too. thanks for having me over, buster. i had a great time. me, too. i'll tuck you in in just a minute. buster ( thinking ): well, even if he is an alien he sure is a nice one! ( both giggling ) so, what did you think of harry? he's okay. you didn't like him, did you? ( sighing ): well, we don't have to see him again if you don't want to. no, i did like him really. it's just that you and i won't hang out as much because you'll be spending all your time with harry.
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that's not going to happen buster. you're always going to be the most important person in my life. promise? i promise. up high. down low. ( crowd cheering ) yes! did you see that? what a shot! ratburn: ahem! i just wanted to let you know i've done some research and you shouldn't feed big lizards rats. it makes them sluggish. what on earth is he talking about? who knows? maybe he's... one of them! one of them! ( alienators beeping ) yep, definitely an alien. kids: and now... brown: the idea for pal came when we wanted to get a pet at our house
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and i invented a pet that arthur could have. i start with this oval shape and then i give him eyes and a little triangle for his nose. and pal's a pretty happy dog so we'll make him smiling. and we'll add his ears. now we'll give him his collar, and he's off for an adventure. ( kids laughing ) visit us on-line at you can find arthur books and lots of other books, too at your local library. [captioned by the caption center wgbh educational foundation] ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪ ♪ if we could learn to work and play ♪ ♪ and get along with each other ♪ ♪ you got to listen to your heart ♪ ♪ listen to the beat ♪ ♪ listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street ♪ ♪ it's a simple message and it comes from the heart ♪
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♪ believe in yourself ♪ ♪ for that's the place to start ♪ ♪ and i say hey! ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪ ♪ if we could learn to work and play ♪ ♪ and get along with each other. ♪ hey! hey! ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] fun for everyone makes a family strong. chuck e. cheese's proudly supports pbs kids. and by a ready to learn television cooperative agreement from the u.s. department of education through the public broadcasting service. and by contributions to your pbs station from: every week... that's me! martha speaks is proof positive... do we love llamas, people?
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there's nothing like a talking dog. hello! (voices fluttering) you guys are really irritating. does irritating mean fun? on your mark... go! martha speaks, on pbs kids. wow! (barking) (horns toot)
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martha speaks is funded in part by...
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kiddie academy child care learning centers... proud supporter of pbs kids. providing educationally focused child care preparing children for school and for life. kiddie academy... the corporation for public broadcasting, by a cooperative agreement from the u.s. department of education's ready-to-learn grant by: and by: was an average dog ♪ ♪ she went... and... and... ♪ (barking, growls) ♪ when she ate some alphabet soup ♪ ♪ then what happened was bizarre. ♪ on the way to martha's stomach the letters lost their way. they traveled to her brain, and now... ♪ she's got a lot to say ♪ ♪ now she speaks... ♪ how now, brown cow? ♪ martha speaks ♪ ♪ yeah, she speaks and speaks and speaks ♪ ♪ and speaks and speaks. ♪ what's a caboose? when are we eating again? ♪ martha speaks... ♪ hey, joe, what do you know? my name's not joe. ♪ she's not always right but still that martha speaks. ♪
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hi, there. ♪ she's got a voice, she's ready to shout ♪ ♪ martha will tell you what it's all about ♪ ♪ sometimes wrong but seldom in doubt ♪ ♪ martha will tell you what it's all about ♪ ♪ that dog's unique... ♪ testing, one, two. ♪ hear her speak ♪ ♪ martha speaks and speaks and speaks and speaks and... ♪ ♪ communicates, enumerates ♪ ♪ elucidates, exaggerates ♪ ♪ indicates and explicates ♪ ♪ bloviates and overstates ♪ and... (panting) ♪ hyperventilates! ♪ ♪ martha-- to reiterate-- martha speaks. ♪ (hammer and chisel tapping clinking on rock) when you're done, move that over there. oh, hi! i'm carolina. welcome to my island. today's show is all about things like government. a government is a group of people who make rules called laws. but who needs a group when you've got me as a ruler? watch for all the words having to do with cooperation and voting. i'll see you at the end of the show! whoa! oops! sorry. it's okay.
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(thunder crashing) there it is! flea island! (thunder crashing) (grunts) i see it! oh, no! (all screaming) (thunder booming) (coughing) i'm drowning! i'm drowning! (coughs) i'm drowning! td: carolina? stand up. oh. (sheepish laugh) carolina: we're shipwrecked! what do you mean? i mean our ship wrecked. oh. uh... right. we're stuck! we'll never get off this wretched island! truman, calm down. i'm sure we'll get out of here. i don't know how we'll do that with a wrecked canoe. oh! mi celular! my cell is full of water. it's useless!
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stay calm, everyone. someone's bound to come looking for us. how could they? no one knows we're here. hey, truman's right. don't look at me. it's not my fault. what do you mean, it's not your fault? you were the one who said... you're coming with me on a trip. and you were the one who said... i need your cooperation to keep it top secret. you can't tell anyone. and weren't you the one who said... let's leave from the far side of the lake so no one sees us. and you definitely were the one who said: (wind whistles, thunder rumbles) those aren't rain clouds they're sprinkle clouds! truman: and now look-- we're stranded! and we still don't know why we're here. td's right, carolina. what's the big secret? why did you bring us all here? all right, i'll tell you. but you have to promise to keep it secret. (sighs) if anyone found out where we were going or what we were doing the whole mission would be ruined.
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what mission? it all started last friday at school. it was a perfect day. ♪ friday! ♪ ♪ the end of the week! ♪ ♪ things are goin' just fine! ♪ truman: what? you sang a song? shh! this is my story. i'll tell it the way i want. (humming happily) ♪ no more school! ♪ ♪ no more rules! ♪ ♪ don't even need a perfect rhyme! ♪ (humming) i'm totally going to ace this thing. what thing? science project. what science project? we're just supposed to bring in three kinds of plants. i was just going to pull some weeds out of my backyard.
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at least until... ¿francia? you're going to france? my dad is. he's on a business trip. he's bringing some plants back. what are you planning to do, pull some weeds out of your backyard? uh, no! duh. (thunder crashing) i must outdo tiffany blatsky! (thunder booming) why do you have to outdo tiffany? because she's so competitive. she has to win at everything. but... shh! i'm coming to the good part. oh, it's hopeless. (thunder rumbling) wait! that's it! i have a plan! (thunder booming) i decided i would lead a scientific expedition to the most exotic, uh, yet nearby place i could find-- flea island! (sinister laughter, dramatic music plays) so you're saying we're stranded out here, freezing...
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hungry. wet. alone. hungry. for a science project?! hungry! mm-hmm. isn't it brilliant? aah! oh! man! i knew i couldn't do it on my own. i had to assemble the greatest scientific team i could find. uh... us? sure. martha could use her great sense of smell to lead us to interesting plants. truman could tell which plants were sciencey enough to get an a, and i could supervise. well, what about me? what could i do? you could paddle the canoe. hmm. well, what do we do now? it'll be getting dark soon! i'm in charge. i'll decide. why are you in charge? 'cause i'm the leader. it was my idea to come out here. exactly. exactly! you're the one who got us stuck here! we should've never listened to you. hey, i didn't make the weather! then we'd still be... you can't blame me... martha: quiet! look, if we're going to get out of here we need to cooperate.
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yeah carolina. cooperate. it means we work together as a team. let's just start walking and see if we find someone. i agree. i'll lead the way. no, i will. no, i will! hmph! hmph! i'm going to spend my entire life stuck here listening to these two argue. i'm going this way. carolililina: i'm coming! td: wait up! carolina: don't leave me! (water bubbling) whew! hey! (giggles) yuck! wait for me! (bird hooting) (insects chirping)
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(bird hooting) (gasps) martha: run! (all screaming) that's it. i'm exhausted. i can't go anymore. how can you be tired? we only came, like, ten feet. i had to supervise you three all day. that's exhausting. supervise?! all you do is boss us around. that's what "supervise" means. i had to watch and make sure you got everything done the right way. you had to supervise us? okay, everyone. it wouldn't hurt to rest for a minute. if we don't find someone soon we could be stuck here a long time. hey, wait a minute. that might not be so bad. think about it. we could make our own civilization! all new from the ground up. we make the rules.
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like what? we could make up our own language. like cavemen. ooh, and we can call hot dogs "pork bananas." we could call water "wet stuff." we'd have our own hideout... can't you just see it? i can! (td gasps) pirates! they're in range-- ready? fire! (screaming) say, it's nice up here. yar! no, i'm the captain, which means i supervise you. (td screaming) hi. we've never met any pirates before. you guys want to come visit? we're having pork bananas. well, if we're going to get out of here we'd better come to a consensus. oh brother. where are we going to find a consensus? we're on an island.
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a consensus isn't a thing. a consensus means everyone, or almost everyone agrees to something. like we might have a consensus to find something to eat? anybody? no? so let me get this straight. we need to cooperate to get off the island. right-- no fighting. we work together as a team. and if most people agree on something, we have a... a consensus. and when we have a consensus on what to do, then we'll take action. that's right. carolina: we'll be here forever! we're never getting off this island. well, whose fault is that? (td, truman and carolina arguing) look! hey, look, everyone! td: one of the rental boats. it must have come loose in the storm. hang on, everyone. got it! good work, martha! we did it! we're saved! i knew if we cooperated and worked as a team
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we'd have this problem licked. okay, carolina. get in, let's go. hmm, there's something strange. the sun shouldn't be over there. td: okay, but hurry up and get in before it starts raining again. i'm telling you, the sun is setting in the wrong direction. the sun can't set in the wrong direction. tell her, truman. can't we just go? i don't want to be sick on anyone. again. sorry about that. it's okay-- the rain washed it off. come on, carolina. hmm... then we're turned the wrong way or something. i'm getting sick again! will you listen to me! quiet! everybody, shh! what now? i thought i heard... (phone ringing) a phone? on flea island? it's over that way! what the heck? how did that get there? you know, it was pretty hard to see where we were going in that storm.
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you don't think...? is it possible? it couldn't be. we're not on flea island? we were home the whole time? i had a feeling something was wrong. we're still on the far side of the lake. how are we all going to get home? i have an idea. i'd like to put in an order please... for delivery. well, at least we all stuck together as a team. that's what saved us. i'm sorry i got us all into trouble. but you kept us from paddling out to flea island. you knew we were headed in the wrong direction. and the pizza guy is going to deliver us home... with pizza! so all is well-- mission accomplished! oh. (gasps) oh, no, i forgot! what's the matter? oh my science project! i totally forgot about it! i still need to find three kinds of plant life. hey, wait! i know! can you make one with pineapple, spinach and broccoli? ew! ew!
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i'll eat it. td: it may not taste great but you'll have a good story for your science class. martha: i'll eat it. truman: we heard you. martha: i'll eat it! i'll eat it! how can i put out a paper with a big blank space in the front? that's not a newspaper. that's stationery. we just need one more story. i've got it! oh, not another scary cat story. scary cat? where?! (giggling) oh, i see. you were just... okay, no, actually i was going to say i know someone who can help us. both: who? do you have a story to tell? if so, go to the "martha's stories" page at and check out the "town crier" game. write up your story. make a puzzle that includes any words you like. include the weather. and then print it up. and hurry! i have a deadline. meet up at
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(skits barking) helen? aren't you done yet? not yet-- i want to finish this chapter. you finished now? nope. how about now? no. now? (groans) no, and i never will be if you keep interrupting. what's so great about reading up there? why can't you read inside? i like it up here. it's nice and quiet. usually. carolina: yoo-hoo! anybody home? where are you going? i thought you hated that tree house. desperate times call for desperate measures. i need helen to come to the park with me. i don't suppose you'd want to use your influence to convince her, would you? influence? that's when you try to get someone to say or do what you want. maybe... if i can influence you
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to take me to the park, too. (sighs) if i have to. hey, cuz. want to come to the park with me and tiffany? i really want to read my book. but you have to! if you don't, i'll be stuck with her. hi! alone. what's wrong with that? i mean i thought you guys were friends. we are but if it's just us, things kind of become a competition, and tiffany's got to win, win, win! what's this? my cousin's silly old tree house. it's so cool. (gasps) i love, love, love it. it's just darling. really? i mean, yeah, really. i agree. it really is. but you don't like this place. shh! (nervous laugh) (muffled mumbling) (skits barking) you guys, you know what we should do? we should make the tree house our clubhouse! it kind of already is. that's what i've always said.
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haven't i always said that? you said i should tear it down. (anxious laughing) oh it'll be so much fun! i think so, too. don't you think so, helen? i guess. hmm... of course, a club isn't really a club unless it has a president. (gasps) correcto! i'll do it! i'll do it! you? you? uh, we can have two presidents. no! no! i know-- we'll have an election! what? an election. it's when people vote on something. like, we'll vote on who should be in charge. do we have to? both: yes! tiffany: or at least you will. that's right! we'll campaign and you'll vote. you'll decide who's the winner and who's the loser. what? what'd i miss? (nervous groan) (skits barking) whoa! (barking, panting) helen: but i don't want to choose!
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that's what voting is helen. you choose who will hold office. of course, there's usually more than one voter. exactly. look at it this way. at least you know your vote will count. (sighs) great-- i decide who wins and the loser decides to get mad at me. martha: maybe you won't have to decide. maybe they'll have forgotten all about the election thing. buenos días, clubbie! or maybe not. how are you today? fine. why are you here? i want to spend time with my little voter. find out what you think the issues are. issues? issues-- things you're worried about and want to discuss. like "can we paint the clubhouse pink?" that's an issue. or "can boys join?" that's an issue. can dogs join? that is not an issue. there's no way a dog can join this club. hmph. (horn honks)
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good morning, voter! would you like a ride to school? don't fall for it helen! she's just trying to influence your vote. i am not! public transportation is one of my election issues. if you choose me i promise you a ride to school every day. oh, yeah? well, exercise is one of my election issues. choose me, and i'll walk you to school everyday. you'll have good leadership and good health. um... i think i'll ride my bike. (school bell rings) good morning, class. please open your books to page 57. "vote for tiffany"? "vote for carolina"? (sighs)
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ew... "vote for tiffany"? (slurping) "vote for carolina"? ugh! "vote for carolina"? yaah! how was school today, clubbie? you know, if you ever need help with your homework i'm here for you. it's on me, voter. there you go, trying to influence my cousin's vote again. am not! good nutrition is one of my election issues. you're the one trying to influence votes. "i'll help with your homework." getting good grades is one of my election issues. uh-oh! i think we're losing our voter. (bell rings) (kids cheering)
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boy: i'll see you later! "vote for tiffany"?! (groans) (dramatic music plays on tv) (bear growls carlo the dog barks) watch out for that grizzly, carlo! you could lose a paw! (carlo barks) it could be worse. he could be surrounded by people trying to win his vote. (phone ringing) hello? hi. i'm with the committee to elect carolina and i'd like to talk to you about mi candidata, my candidate. carolina?! i'm watching my favorite tv show. elections before entertainment! mm... sorry, i got to go. (groans) i'm sick of this campaign. (sniffing) where does it hurt? is a "cam pain," like a tummy pain? no, a campaign is when people do all kinds of things, trying to get you to vote for them. they hand out buttons, they put up posters, they make phone calls. do they stand in your yard with a cheerleading outfit?
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huh? gimme a t... t! gimme an i... i! gimme an f and an f and an a-n-y! what does that spell? tiffany! who should be president? tiffany! who's going to win? tiffany! yay! tiffany blatsky. the only candidate who will jump through hoops for you. so, how's the election going? awful! carolina and tiffany are so competitive. they're constantly campaigning. (phone rings) hello? hi. i'm with the committee to elect carolina, and... um, it's kind of a bad time carolina-- we're eating. democracy before dinner. i thought nutrition was one of your issues. no. that's tiffany's. oh. well... my beans are getting cold. i got to go. (humming a tune)
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(phone rings) hello? hi! i'm with the committee to elect car... (helen hangs up) (sighing): those campaigners always call at the worst times. i'll be in my tree house where it's nice and quiet. (sighs): ah... (gasps) this campaigning has got to stop! it's getting crazy! they're messing up everything. my tree house isn't any fun at all anymore. maybe things will be better after the election. it'll be worse. the loser will be mad at me. i wish i could just elect someone else. hey! maybe you can. (whispering): here's what we're going to do... (continues indistinctly) mm-hmm! a debate?! yeah. you know, where people talk about something, and... and one person says what's good about it
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and another says what's bad. we know what "debate" means. why do we have to do it? it'll help me to choose who to vote for. martha will supervise. she'll ask the questions. your dog is going to lead the debate? sure. dogs don't take sides. unless there's food involved. ahem. okay, you'll have only five minutes to present your positions on each of the following debate issues. starting... now! (both chuckle nervously, gulp) would you feed a dog from the table? uh... uh... hmm. where do you stand on the "dog sleeping on your bed" issue? well, uh... mm... (ticking) cats-- for them or against them? walking in the park-- would you choose this as a club activity? (gasps) (quietly): ooh.
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(ticking) what's your feeling about baths? (both chuckle nervously) (ticking) and finally would you let a dog be a member of the club? no! hmm. any chance i can influence you to change your mind? do you think it would influence helen to vote for me? (loud whisper): it might! then yes, dogs can be in the club. i have no debate with that. i agree with carolina. dogs should be allowed in the club! okay, then, helen and i are ready to cast our votes. "our"? you're voting? you said i could be in the club. okay, we have a consensus. (both gasp) and the winner is... me! martha! yay! whoo-hoo! helen: yay! what?! you're kidding! whoo-hoo! all right!
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yeah! way to go, martha! this country's going to the dogs! (laughing) yeah! and i'm all for it! helen! it's 3:00! time for my presidential biscuit. at 3:15, i want my presidential belly rub. at 3:25, my presidential walk followed by another presidential biscuit. can you hear me up there? yes. and we've got to get a presidential elevator for this tree house. are these issues open for debate? i mean can we vote on it? uh... no. when's the next election? i've got to vote you out of office. oh. really? y-you'd do that? nah. (laughs) (martha barking) that's our show. did you catch all that's our show. did you catch all the words (loud clinking) about
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government and... what is that noise? here are the words again. no. a campaign is when people do all kinds of things trying to get you to vote for them. they hand out buttons, they put up posters... issues-- things you're worried about and want to discuss. like, can we paint e clubhouse pink? (both laughing) carolina: td! see you next time. bye! come back here! ♪ who's that dog? ♪ ♪ who's that dog? ♪ ♪ dog, d-d-dog, d-dog. ♪ that dog is casey. casey works for my dad. my dad's a farmer. she's a farmer's helper that's a dog. she catches mice... and rabbits. she scares away birds. (casey barks) casey learned to not walk in the beds. sometimes she'll work and sometimes she'll play. ♪ she's that dog... ♪ ♪ dog, d-d-dog, d-dog. ♪ announcer: look who's coming your way every weekday. hot diggity! wonderific! isn't that amazing?
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hi. it's me--coach hooper-- and i've got my special whistle, which means it's time to get up and exercise! [gong] wow! it's also time to get a new whistle. ok, now, let's get moving because today, we're going to exercise like monkeys. ♪ climb
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up the tree ♪ ♪ with your monkey hands just climb ♪ ♪ you're a monkey, you're moving ♪ ♪ you're climbing, you go! ♪ ♪ now swing through the trees ♪ ♪ use your arms and swing ♪ ♪ from branch to branch just do your thing ♪ ♪ now grab that banana ♪ ♪ jump up high and grab ♪ ♪ you're jumpin' you're grabbin' ♪ ♪ woo hoo! hey, you've got one ♪ ♪ all right! ♪ awesome job! and if you want to try out more exercises with me just visit anytime you want. see you soon! (george chattering excitedly) this program was made possible by: [ female announcer ] we believe a little bit of curiosity can fuel a lifetime of learning. early learning academy, proud sponsor of pbs kids and curious george.
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she doesn't know that her new shoes are designed for kids to be as active as their imaginations. all she knows is that, today purple is her favorite color and that's good enough for us. stride rite is a proud sponsor of "curious george." funding for curious george is provided by contributions to your pbs station... ooh. ...and from: ( lively drum intro ) ♪ you never do know what's around the bend ♪ ♪ big adventure or a brand-new friend ♪ ♪ when you're curious like curious george ♪ ♪ swing! ♪ ♪ well, every day ♪ ♪ every day ♪ ♪ is so glorious ♪ ♪ glorious ♪ george! ♪ and everything ♪ ♪ everything ♪ ♪ is so wondrous ♪ ♪ wondrous ♪ ♪ there's more to explore when you open the door ♪ ♪ and meet friends like this, you just can't miss ♪ ♪ i know you're curious ♪ ♪ curious ♪ ♪ and that's marvelous ♪ ♪ marvelous
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♪ ♪ and that's your reward ♪ ♪ you'll never be bored ♪ ♪ if you ask yourself "what is this?" ♪ ♪ like curious... ♪ ♪ like curious... curious george. ♪ oh... captioning sponsored by universal animation narrator: it was one of those country mornings when george would have slept late if a strange sound didn't wake him up. ( rustling ) ( chatters ) ( rustling ) ( wind whistling ) on a windy day the country house windows were almost musical. as good as the wind sounded, it felt even better. ( loud sniff ) ah. smelled good, too.
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( birds chirping ) ( laughing ) there had to be lots of things a clever monkey could fly out his window like heavy winter socks... ( chirping ) ...birds he drew.... ...his lucky brick. and there was even better stuff downstairs. what's the excitement, george? yeah, it's a great day to play in the wind. i'll get the door for you. ( excited chattering ) uh, george, if you're wondering how a big, yellow hat would fly... you know the rule, buddy-- no one is allowed to play with the yellow hat. ( chatters ) have fun. clean up after yourself, and don't blow away. george couldn't decide what he'd fly first...
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( excited chattering ) ...and then he didn't have to. ( sighs ) ( squeaking ) jumpy squirrel tries hard to spend all his time in trees leaping about. but when it's time to eat, he has to go where the nuts are buried. ( geese honking ) ( groans )
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hey, george! perfect kite flying' weather, huh? ( chatters ) careful. i'll lose control. flying' a kite's all about control. oh. this is a lazy susan. he didn't know what a kite was when he woke up that morning but there was nothing in the world george wanted more than to fly a kite. ( excited chattering ) sorry, i can't turn over control to an inexperienced city kid. this isn't as easy as i make it look. i studied the beaufort wind scale for three years. i never make mistakes. aw! ( yawns )
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rats. that's never coming' down. for a city kid, you sure can climb a tree. ( screeching ) ( chuckles ) not a scratch! thanks, george! as a reward, i'll let you fly her. ( excited chattering ) woman: bill! billy! coming! i promised i'd help mom gut a pumpkin. i won't be long. ( groans ) you watch the kite till i get back. ( chatters )
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george figured he could watch the kite even better while it flew. uh-oh. ( excited chattering ) ( chattering ) hey, george, lose your kite? ( grunts ) i don't think i can reach it. ( horse neighing ) oh, careful there, fella. don't fall. gotcha. ( relieved sigh )
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now, if you don't want to lose hold of that tie it around something. george was really flying that kite now. or maybe it was flying him. ( gasps ) uh-oh. ( excited chattering ) you get it okay? left without saying good-bye. city folk...
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( birds crying ) ( george yelling ) ( squealing ) ( loud thud ) ( chittering ) ( chattering ) ( laughing ) ( yelling ) hmm. over the years, i seen everything in the waters round here. i seen trout salmon, haddock... did you see that flying monkey? i seen flying monkeys, striped bass, blowfish...
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( screeches ) ( squeaks ) ( geese honking ) ( george laughing ) george was flying with birds. it was a monkey's best dream come true. now that he'd lived his dream, his arm was getting sore and he wanted to go home. but he had no idea how to do that. george? i could've swore this was where i left that kid with my kite. george...! where are ya? hmm, he couldn't wait. boy... for a city kid who never flew a kite before got her up higher than i ever did. ( gasps ): whoa! ( doorbell rings )
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well, hi, bill. you own binoculars? sure do. what's trailing behind that kite? ah, it's george. it's george?! and he's got a squirrel on his head! bill, you call the fire department. okay. why? i don't know. they seem to know how to do everything. what are you gonna do? i'm going up there after him! the world below looked beautiful and unfamiliar. george wasn't even sure which way home was anymore. ( jumpy chittering ) oh, and the squirrel on his head was hungry. ( george sighs ) flying was the best and the worst thing that had happened to him all day. man ( distant ): george! george! it was his friend, the man with the yellow... hang glider.
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( excited chatter ) ( jumpy chittering ) george, i need you to reach out and take my hand with a hand, a foot, whatever. oh... ( jumpy screeching ) ( jumpy screeching george yelling ) ( george yelling ) all right, guys, hang on tight. we're going home. george would never forget the day he was almost a bird. ( jumpy shudders ) and he added "almost being a bird" to the list of things squirrels don't like. you're a natural kite flyer, kid.
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good work. lunch is ready. here's some lunch for you, too, jumpy. it's time to bring her in, george. girl: well, he's a monkey. sometimes he does thing that you can't do. kid 2: he went flying over everything with his kite. my name's paulie. i'm a kite-flyer and i came here today to help you build kites. the sail of the kite is just made out of trash bags. and we have the spine and we have a cross spar. i think it will fly. do you see any kites here? (kids shouting excitedly) whoa! i did it! yes! wind is pushing against the trash bag.
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the wind pushes it. and the wind is so strong. the wind's pushing it up right now. so that's why it's flying. do you think i'm gonna fly away like curious george because it's so windy? they're wiggling like this 'cause of the wind. it was a special day for george-- a visit to the museum. but first, a stop at pisghetti's for a sweet sunday treat. ( excited chatter ) george, they're not going anywhere. cannoli. a brown crunchy shell with a delicious filling. see? two, just for us.
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hey, gnocchi. you have your own house now? ( meows ) ( chatters ) ( sighs miserably ) someone's looking for cannoli. the last two got taken. i'm sorry. i don't make any new cannoli today. i'm too upset. what's going on?
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mio caro gnocchi. she has been sneaking into the main room and scratching up the seats. it's a disastro. you see?! look what she has done. can you believe a little gatto-- a sweet, little kitty-- could do such damage? ( muttering ) ( chatters ) ( sighs heavily ) i must ban gnocchi from the ristorante. well, we saw the house you built her. it's very nice. gratsi. i plan to add a second story. ( cat meows ) oh, that is gnocchi. she wants to come in. i feel terrible. she only wants to come in because you say she cannot.
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oh... typical cat. this kitchen is in torment. i suspect there will be no cannoli until this problem is solved. hey-hey! back outside. ( meows loudly ) ( meows ) don't worry, george. i'm sure they'll solve the problem. ( chatters ) ( meows sadly ) at the museum, george was too distracted to concentrate. ah, professor wiseman. hey, guys. welcome to my new exhibit. it's called "how great scientists got their great ideas." these are portraits of some great scientists. isaac newton benjamin franklin,
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marie curie... and albert einstein. once you think like a scientist, george you can solve almost any problem. george had a problem. he wanted cannoli. ( excited chattering ) you know, scientists think about problems and get ideas to solve them. they observe, then collect information. and, if that information doesn't help solve their problem, they observe more, and get a different idea. oh, dear. excuse me. young man, get down from there! george wondered what great scientists would do if they were monkeys who had no cannoli because gnocchi had scratched the booths. i say, do we know for certain that she did it, like the chef believes? you must think about what you observed. george did see gnocchi scratch the door but could she have scratched the booth, too?
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( meowing ) what you observed does not support the chef's idea about gnocchi making the scratches. if george could prove gnocchi was innocent chef pisghetti would be happy, and george would have cannoli! ooh! i love cannoli. george had to observe more. ( chattering ) ( meows ) gnocchi was thrilled to be back in the restaurant. now she could go back to her old routine. ( purring ) george needed something to draw on. waiter, could we get some garlic bread?
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huh? george needed to measure both sets of marks. i guess he doesn't want us filling up before the meal. to measure the marks on the door, george needed something longer. ( slurping ) i think he's a restaurant critic.
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he's taking samples of the pasta. the scratches had depth, too. how could george measure that? hmm... ( sighs ) where's that side of ravioli? but i just cooked it! waiter, could we get some water?
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now he's reviewing the ravioli. he seems to like it better than the spaghetti. that he just dragged along the floor. the scratches on the booth were shorter than those on the door. and they were a lot deeper, too. george proved the scratches were different. gnocchi was innocent. but then who was making the scratches? george couldn't leave this problem unsolved. he had to find out what was making those scratches. there was no evidence of a bear or a dinosaur break-in. where is our garlic bread?
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we ordered it quite some time ago. i think your waiter is quite lazy. oh! i am so sorry. mi 'scuzi. i will get it now. oh, he's not the waiter. he's reviewing the restaurant for the newspaper. don't be silly. it's true. he really likes the ravioli. this scratch hadn't been there earlier. it was brand-new. this is the most thorough reviewer i have ever seen. well, that's not a restaurant critic or a waiter. it's a monkey. a great scientist wouldn't let a problem get the best of him. george had to calm down and use his head. hmm.
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ah! ( screams ) ( chittering ) giorgio! what are you doing in here? they know him. he's not a monkey. that guy was so wrong. ( chattering ) george showed them what he had discovered. ( meowing ) ( gasping ) ooh, giorgio! ohh! i love this kid! you have proven gnocchi is innocent! i am so happy, i'm gonna make two trays of cannoli!
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( chattering happily ) exactly! cannoli for everyone, on the house! ( cheering ) ( all snoring ) making enough cannoli for everyone was exhausting. because, though george thought like a scientist he ate like a monkey. girl: girl: george is a monkey, so he can things that we can't do. boy: george pulled out the spaghetti so he could measure the scratches to solve the mystery. we're at the science discovery museum. girl: this is tinker tracks. do you think that you can arrange some of these pieces so that the ball goes down but then it jumps up a little bit? all: yeah! all right. should we give it a try? girl: it bounced off the red thing and missed the tube, so we tried raising the tube.
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no. girl: it still didn't work. i think we should move the red thing and take it out. we solved the problem. yeah! yeah! yeah! announcer: pbs kids presents the all-new "peg + cat," where sometimes the fun starts with a problem... peg: these crazy chickens think the farm is a chicken playground. announcer: sometimes with a song... ♪ cheese and pickles ♪ ♪ pickles and cheese ♪ ♪ gimme, gimme, gimme that sandwich, please ♪ announcer: and sometimes it's just fun. ow. wahoo! [belches] oh, jeez. announcer: "peg + cat," an all-new show starting monday, october 7 on pbs kids. announcer: pbs kids has feet that grab noses that blow, and even hairy toes. so when you want fins, wings and a couple of things you want "the cat in the hat knows a lot about that,"
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weekdays on pbs kids or anytime at (george chattering excitedly) this program was made possible by: he doesn't know that his new shoes have over 90 years of first steps behind them. what he does know is that, today, he's started walking, and life got a whole lot more exciting. stride rite is a proud sponsor of "curious george." [ female announcer ] at we believe that learning and curiosity go hand in hand. early learning academy, proud sponsor of pbs kids and curious george. funding for curious george is provided by contributions to your pbs station... ooh. ...and from: curious george loves to figure things out, so let's figure out how this clock works. if the big hand is here and the little hand moves here
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then that means it's... 3:00! right. 3:00. now if the little hand moves over here, then it's... 6:00! 6 or 6 o'clock. you can get your very own curious george clock at and now it's time for "the cat in the hat knows a lot about that."
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stocks fell on worries that china might... announcer: the new pbs for ipad app. you'll never know what you'll find. [dog barks] announcer: available now in the app store. announcer: something new is coming in october to pbs kids. arr! arr! arr! arr! oh, that's some weird tummy-grumbling going on down there. arr! arr! arr! arr! yo, you're pirates! pirates: we are! peg: and you're their parrot. and you're wearing a wool hat even though it's hot out. what's that about? bawk!
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i'm peg, and this is cat. [pirates sniffing] we smells us some pickle juice. scrumptious. yummy. pickle juice! arr! arr! arr! arr! sorry, pirates but we've totally finished our sandwiches, so we can't offer you a speck of cheese, a crumb of bread or a drop of pickle juice. but you made us hungry. and when pirates get hungry we get cranky. and when we get cranky you know what we do? no. no. we sing really bad. ♪ arr ♪ ♪ arr ♪ ♪ arr ♪ ♪ arr ♪ but we don't have any food to give you. announcer: "peg + cat," an all-new show coming monday, october 7th on pbs kids. funding for this adventure is brought to you in part by: viewers like you, and you, and you, and you... ha, ha! thanks so much you're very kind. ♪ ♪ hey! ♪
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♪ what? ♪ ♪ come over here, ♪ ♪ the cat in the hat is about to appear. ♪ ♪ he's whizzing over to whisk you away ♪ ♪ on a fabulous journey today. ♪ ♪ he's coming! ♪ ♪ and now he's arrived in the thingamajigger ♪ ♪ the thing that he drives ♪ ♪ he's a cat and he's oodles of fun ♪ ♪ with his hairy helpers thing two and thing one ♪ ♪ instrumental ♪ ♪ instrumental ♪ ♪ it's the cat in the hat! ♪ ♪ all of our adventures start like that. ♪ ♪ wherever you're going where ever you're at ♪ ♪ the cat in the hat knows a lot about ... ♪ ♪ he knows a lot about he knows a lot about, ♪ ♪ he knows a lot about ....that! ♪ (laughter) ♪ oh oh!
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wrong place! your turn nick! nick...?! (laughs) look at my tail sally! i can even wag it! see? ♪ it sure would be cool to have a real tail! what kind of tail would you want? hm... i don't know. but maybe, if we try real hard, we can grow one. huh. look, nick! i've grown a tail! (laughs) weeeeee! hey, it's the cat in the hat! whoa, it's the cat in the hat! well it just so happens i know a lot about tails! my tail is tailtastic. it can beat the heat... ...scratch my feet... ...and make a seat! cool! wowwww!
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i want an amazing tail just like yours, cat! oh me too! well, i'd gladly give you mine but... ...i'm sort of attached to it. aha! oh, i know a place where there are all sorts of tails that do all sorts of things! you could choose one there! really? where? the jungle of wagga-tag-tail! ♪ wagga-tag-tail! ♪ (giggles) shall we go? your mother will not mind at all if you do! hurray! hurray! mom! can sally and i go to get tails with the cat in the hat? (chuckles) gettin' tails? okay, but make sure you get one the right size. we can go! we can go! we can go! we can go! i know! i know! to the thingamajigger! hang onto your bubbles, fish! we're going to the jungle of wagga-tag-tail to choose a tail. "wagga-tag-tail"? oooh what fun! ♪ are you ready? - yes we are! ♪
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♪ are you steady? - yes we are! ♪ ♪ are you sure you're ready to explore....? ♪ ♪ yes we are! ♪ then buckle up! ♪ flick the jiggermawhizzer! (laughs) (boing) (honk) (pop) ♪ (laughs) isn't this fun? ya-hooooooo! ♪ here we go, go, go, go! on an adventure. ♪ ♪ the thingamajigger is up and away! ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go! on an adventure. ♪ ♪ we're flying with the cat in the hat today! ♪ ♪ we're going to a place where we can pick, ♪ ♪ a tail for sally and one for nick! ♪ ♪ here we go, go, go, go! on an adventure. ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go, go! ♪ ♪ (honk, honk) i spy with my feline eye,
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something that begins with ... 'the jungle of wagga-tag-tail!' hurray! hurray! we're here! hang on 'cause ...down we goooooo! now where to start looking for the most amazing tail of all? this way. a-hu, a-hu. if you want amazing just look what this tail can do! wow! that is amazing fish. it can splish! it can splash! ahh, but can it flump a snork or fizz a flap? fizz a snork a what? exactly my point! there are even more amazing tails to choose from somewhere around here. we've just gotta look. so let's find you a tail that's fluffy and strong. or do you like curly, or wavy and long? you kids spotted a tail yet? wha! oh! tag! heh, you're it! heh, no, i'm not!
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you're it... hey. huh..? (monkey sounds laughing) hey! look, ma! no hands! nah, nah, nah, nah, nah! that's not fair! we can't chase you up there! we could! if we had monkey tails! then try on a tail. or maybe a few? thing one and thing two! we've work to do! (whistles) ♪ ♪ and there you have it! the amazing, amusing "tail-a-ma-fixer" machine! (sally and nick) the "tail-a-ma-what? tail-a-ma-fixer machine! jump in and you'll come out with a real tail, that you can try for free!
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a real tail? me first! one monkey tail please! oh yeah. (effort and whirling sounds) whoa! yeah! (laughs) whoa! is this monkey tail cool or what? very cool! now my turn! monkey tail for me too, please! (effort sounds) whoa! i love it! (laughing together) it's tail testing time. let's see what else our monkey tails can do! (gasp) hey! remember me? come and get me! (laughs) ready or not... we come! (laughing) yeah! wahoo! yeah! wee!
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wah! woo! a monkey tail makes climbing easy! and fun! wheeeeeeee! yeah! tag! now you're it! ...uh oh! (gasp!) oh nooo! whooaaa... why, nice of you to drop in! (laughs) (laughs) thanks cat! okay cat! this is the one i want! when it comes to climbing, nothing beats a monkey tail. right, sally? right. it's like having an extra arm to hold on with. (gasp) but wait! when it comes to the most beautiful tail ever... i'd choose that one.... ah... my beautiful tail.... huh? look how long it is! and the colours are! it is rather nice isn't it?
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hrumph! quetzal birds are always trying to get people to notice their tails! that's the tail i want! c'mon, nick! two quetzal tails if you please! (effort and happy sounds) don't you just love it? it brings tears to my eye it's soooooo beautiful! and sooooooo long! tooooooooo long! errrrrghhhh... (pop) wheeee! whoooaaaa! i can't climb trees with this tail... looks like you could use a tail trailer! (rattling) (gasp) what's that sound? hey! it's a snake! but i thought i heard a rattle! you did! (rattling) it was my tail.
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your tail makes a sound? wow! yes, people hear my rattle and think twice about stepping on me! (rattling) (laughs) two rattlesnake tails, please! comin' right up! wahoo! (laughing) cha cha cha. coooooooool! cha cha cha. shake, shake, shake shake shake sha-shake. (laughs) (laughs) ♪ shake and shook, shook and shake ♪ ♪ here are the sounds our tails can make! ♪ ♪ ♪ bop to the beat! ♪ ♪ beep to the bop! ♪ ♪ once you start to shake your tail, ♪ ♪ you'll find it hard to stop! ♪ ♪ bop to the beat. ♪ ♪ beep to the bop! ♪ ♪ once you start to shake your tail, ♪ ♪ you'll find it hard to stop! ♪ (laughing) ♪ shaka-shaka! ♪
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♪ ♪ bubble song ♪ ♪ shaka-shaka now! ♪ ♪ bubble song ♪ ♪ bop to the beat. ♪ ♪ beep to the bop! ♪ ♪ once you start to shake your tail, ♪ ♪ you'll find it hard to stop! ♪ ♪ bop to the beat. ♪ ♪ beep to the bop! ♪ ♪ once you start to shake your tail, ♪ ♪ you'll find it hard to stop! ♪ all tails back in the 'tail-a-ma-fixer' machine woooo! it's time to choose a favourite. i loved that tail shaking. but how are we going to decide which tail to choose? well what did you discover when you put them to the test? some tails let you hold things.. (laughing) others make you look your best, (squawk) some warn that you are near, (rattle) now, which tail do you suggest? what i'd really like to have is a tail that can do all kinds of things! maybe we don't have to choose just
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one tail. why not have a different tail every day? that's the best idea, sally! cat can you take us home? in the blink of an eye and the shake of a tail! to the thingamajigger! good-bye everyone! good-bye! ♪ and today's special tails are... (laughing) so what are these tails for, nick? huh, for fun sally! just for fun! (laughing) ooh! i must try on one of these wonderful tails. now now, don't be jealous, tail. i just want to try one. ♪ ah you're right. why would i want a new tail when i already have the most amazing tail ever? ♪ i love you too! (laughing) (purring) ♪ the humpback whale's eyes are on ♪
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♪ both sides of his face ♪ ♪ he can see things all around him ♪ ♪ while he keeps his head in place ♪ ♪ there's a cool chameleon ♪ ♪ changing colors on the ground ♪ ♪ his eyes, well they can see in two directions ♪ ♪ one looks up while one looks down ♪ ♪ eyes in different places ♪ ♪ not like you and me ♪ ♪ animals eyes all shapes and sizes ♪ ♪ change the way they see ♪ ♪ there's a buzzing blackfly ♪ ♪ flying overhead ♪ ♪ it's eyes are like kaleidoscopes ♪ ♪ seeing many pictures instead ♪ ♪ eyes in different places ♪ ♪ not like you and me ♪ ♪ animals eyes all shapes and sizes ♪ ♪ change the way they see. ♪ ahh! toucans! ...oh! i have a brilliant question about toucans!
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ready? hey! where did that berry come from? so, do you know what toucans do when they like each other? ♪ yes! they play catch with berries and other fruit. you are too smart! well... you got it this time, but next time i'll stump you for sure! mmmm! tasty! ♪ (drumming) oh yeah! yeah! uh oh! you need a new drumstick, nick! oh, you're right sally! ♪ (laughing) the cat! the cat in the hat! that's me! the cat! the cat in the hat! what was that crazy sound? we were drumming cat, only...
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i broke my drum stick! oh dear! don't worry.... i know a lot about sticks..... i have sticks galore! hockey stick, lollipop stick, candle stick joystick walking stick, stick--stickity- pick-up sticks! whoa! that's a lot of sticks. but none of them work as a drum stick. hmmm, well let's not get stick-stuck, nick-nuck! let's go see my friend betty the beaver at paddle-puddle-pond. she knows a lot about sticks too! maybe she can help. yeah! yeah! your mother will not mind at all if you do! mom! can sally and i go and get a stick from the cat's friend betty the beaver! betty the beaver? (chuckles) okay.... as long as you stick around here when it's time for dinner! (laughing) we will! we can go! we can go! we can go! we can go! i know! i know!
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to the thingamajigger! ♪ ♪ are you ready? - yes we are! ♪ ♪ are you steady? - yes we are! ♪ ♪ are you sure you're ready to explore....? ♪ ♪ yes we are! ♪ then buckle up! ♪ flick the jiggermawhizzer. (boing) (honk) (pop) ♪ (laughs) isn't this fun? yahoo! ♪ here we go, go, go go! on an adventure. ♪ ♪ the thingamajigger is up and away! ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go! on an adventure.♪ ♪ we're flying with the cat in the hat today!♪ ♪ we're off to see betty to find a new stick, ♪ ♪ a drum stick for nick ♪ ♪ not too long or too thick! ♪ ♪ here we go, go, go, go! on an adventure. ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go go! ♪
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♪ there it is! paddle-puddle-pond! where does betty live? her front door's underwater. pull the subber-e-blubbler! (bell ringing) (everyone together) dive! dive! dive! betty's beaver lodge straight ahead. cooool! - cooool! let's see if she's home! (knocking) betty! hmmm...doesn't look like anyone's in. she's always busy. of course she is. she's probably out looking for sticks right now. ♪ whoa! (chuckles) betty! oh betty... tiiiiiiimmmmbbbbber!
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ohhh! betty! betty, these are my friends, nick sally and you remember fish. hello! hello! hi! nice to meet you all. (whacking sounds) did you really cut that tree down all by yourself, betty? sure did! you must have a sharp axe to do this! pffft! no axe! a saw? hah! no saw! i chewed it down. you chewed through a tree! ah it was nothin'. i have these special teeth see.... (chewing sounds) (gasp) they're huge! and orange! yep! and they never stop growing, so i don't have to worry about wearing 'em down. we came here because i need some help. i'm looking for a stick. stick? (gasp) did you say stick? oh, i do love sticks, i do i do i dooooo!
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i need to find one just like this. hmmmm. yep, yep yep, yep, yep. nice stick! do you think you can find me another one like it? maybe we could look in that ginormous pile of sticks over there! wow! that's a biiiig pile of sticks! wait, wait, wait (nervous laugh) just a second! that's not just a pile of sticks! it's not? no! this is a dam! a dam! a dam! yup! lots of water on one side... ...and not so much on the other. ohhh! a dam is like a wall to stop the water! like the plug in my bath. it won't let the water out! yep, yep, yep, we beavers aren't too fast on land... oh, but we love to swim -- because we're so good at it. ♪ la la la... ♪ we dam up rivers to make a nice safe pond.
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with lots of room for swimming! (chuckles) so i guess you need all these sticks for your dam? yep....they're all specially stacked together. oh, but don't worry, nick, i'll find you a stick. i know just where to look. no need for a search. the perfect drumsticks's right here! you're right. oh, we can take just one stick. uhh, maybe we should wait for betty. of course we should wait for betty. ♪ oh dear! it's too short. what about that one? (effort) whoooa! too long! ♪ too twisty (aghhh).! are you sure that's a good idea? it's a great idea. (gasp) look! there it is... the perfect stick! (stretching) almost... almoooooost.
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ugh, that stick's hard to reach. what should we do? (gasps) i know! it's a job for things one and two. (whistles) ♪ hello! ♪ yes! got it! your drumstick! thanks cat. and another one! and this one... (laugh) what's happening? oh no! (effort sounds) stop! huh? uh-oh! uh-oh indeed! ugh! ooh! er! agh! ♪ help! hello! ♪
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we'll find betty. come on nick! betty! betty! what, what what's going on? it's the dam! it's uh... oh don't tell me -- someone took a stick out then another then -- pop, pop, pop, pop, pop! leaks galore. yup that's about it... okay! pick up all the sticks you can carry and meet me back at the dam! where are you going? if the dam's bust we'll need all the help we can get to fix it! ♪ what's she doing? (splashing) oh, she's calling to the other beavers! look! ♪ she needs us to help too! lets get some sticks! ♪ (laughs) isn't it amazing what you can do with a stick?
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or two or ten thousand! sticks! we brought sticks! now, anywhere you see a hole, plug it with a stick. (efforts) ♪ big stick coming through! (throwing effort noise) we need more sticks! we're on it! let's go! ♪ (chewing sounds) ♪ these sticks aren't sticking! you need a little mud in the cracks. i can do that! (effort sounds) you've got it! yes! yes! let's pack this whole dam with mud. mud! you need more mud? ♪ ♪ with sticks and mud we'll fix the dam.... ♪ ♪ fix the dam fix the dam. ♪
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♪ with sticks and mud we'll fix the dam ♪ ♪ fix the dam today. ♪ ♪ ♪ with sticks and mud we'll fix the dam.... ♪ ♪ fix the dam, fix the dam. ♪ ♪ with sticks and mud we'll fix the dam ♪ ♪ fix the dam today. ♪ ♪ hmmm..... nice work, everyone! the dam is fixed! (everyone together) horray! (pop) uh-oh! we need one more stick, and fast. uh... we've used them all... i've still got one. but that's your drum stick. i know. but betty needs it. ♪ yipee! wahoo! (cheering) what busy beavers we all are.... with sticks and mud we helped to make a dam that's strong and hard to break. we turned a stream in to a lake.... and now we'll take a well earned break! bye betty! bye betty! oh wait... what about your stick? i need to find you a stick-
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no two sticks. you have given me a much better idea. ♪ drum beat ♪ ♪ i'm drumming beaver-style! yeah! go cat go! woohoo! ♪ (cheering) ♪ welcome to hat chat. today we are interviewing our friend the kangaroo!
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tell us about yourself! i..... i'll tell you about me! i'm a joey. hi joey. ha, oh. my name's not joey... it's jonathan but a joey is what you call all baby kangaroos. so i'm... jonathan the joey. okay, jonathan... is that your mom? sure is! she carries me around in her in her pouch until i'm big enough to be on my own. hey mom, show them how you hop! wow! look at you two go! my mom can hop really far! and really fast! kangaroos are the biggest animals that get around by hopping. well, that's a wrap with our friend joey. jonathan. jonathan the joey. see you next time! announcer: pbs kids presents the all-new... you amazing cat. yes? announcer: "peg + cat." all: pirates love peaches. but they can't decide how to divide
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them up. announcer: wherever there's a problem... peg: there's enough peaches for all of you. announcer: it's no problem when friends are around. hey, ramone, what are you doing here? ♪ problem solved ♪ ♪ num num, solved ♪ ♪ we solved the problem ♪ ♪ problem solved ♪ announcer: "peg + cat," an all-new show starting monday, october 7 on pbs kids. girl: got a problem to solve? ask yourself "what would george do?" man: you are some smart monkey. girl: figuring things out is fun. "curious george." announcer: watch "curious george" weekdays on pbs kids or anytime on funding for this adventure is brought to you in part by: viewers like you, and you, and you, and you... ha, ha! thanks so much you're very kind. ♪
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♪ whoo hoo ♪ ♪ so many shapes i use ♪ ♪ to make art with ♪ ♪ when i want to draw ♪ ♪ i usually start with a line, line ♪ ♪ circle, circle ♪
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♪ square, square, square, square ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle ♪ ♪ i'm sure that even monet and da vinci ♪ ♪ had to start very simply ♪ ♪ when they learned how to draw ♪ ♪ michelangelo, picasso and van gogh ♪ ♪ all had to know how to draw ♪ ♪ line, line ♪ ♪ circle, circle ♪ ♪ circle, circle ♪ ♪ square, square, square, square ♪ ♪ square, square, square, square ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle ♪ ♪ line, line ♪ ♪ line, line ♪ ♪ circle, circle ♪ ♪ circle, circle ♪ ♪ square, square, square, square ♪ ♪ square, square, square, square ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle, line ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle, line ♪ ♪ triangle, triangle, line ♪ yeah! ♪ whoo hoo ♪ "super why" is funded by: a co-operative agreement of the u.s. department of education and the corporation for public broadcasting's "ready to learn" grant and by pbs viewers like you. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] fun for
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everyone makes a family strong. chuck e. cheese's proudly supports pbs kids. sometimes the greatest adventure can start with one click. early learning academy proud supporter of pbs kids and super why! ♪ who answers the call for friends in need? ♪ ♪ super why ♪ ♪ super why ♪ ♪ he's the guy he's super why ♪ ♪ who's got the power the power to read? ♪ ♪ who looks into books for the answers we need? ♪ ♪ super why ♪ ♪ super why ♪ ♪ and the super readers we're gonna fly ♪ ♪ come along ♪ ♪ with the super readers ♪ ♪ adventure waits when you're with super why ♪ ♪ super why
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and the super readers ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ super why and the super readers ♪ ♪ adventure waits when you're with super why ♪ ♪ yeah! super why ♪ [ ♪ ] [ ♪ ] hi! so glad you're here. it's me, whyatt! [ ♪ ] welcome to storybrook village where all our fairy-tale friends live! [ cellphone ♪ ] uh-oh. our friend red looks upset.
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let's go! [ ♪ ] come on! [ ♪ ] hi, wolfy! [ heavy sigh ] red, what's wrong? i want a piece of grandma's extra special red velvet cake. mmm, that looks delicious. but grandma won't let me into the kitchen to get a piece. watch! don't you step one foot inside! whoa! you cannot cross the kitchen floor, little red. i wonder why she won't let me cross. hmmm. i'm going to try again. nuh-uh. oh-h-h!


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