Miss Spider’s – Sing It Sister / Ant-tuition – Ep. 10


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS!
♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪KIDS:
(GIGGLES)
OKAY, PANSY, YOUR TURN
TO BE LEAP BUG! PANSY:
(GRUNTS) WHAT’RE YOU WAITING FOR,
SNOWDROP? SNOWDROP:
JUST GETTING READY. HERE GOES… MADE IT! BOUNCE:
MY TURN! MY TURN! MY TURN! BOUNCE AWAY! SQUIRT:
BOUNCE! BOUNCE:
YAHOOO!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY DELL
SING- ♪
KATIE:
EASY DOES IT, LITTLE GUY.
KIDS:
BOUNCE! OH NO! BOUNCE:
SORRY. BOUNCE?
ARE YOU OKAY? UH-HUH. THEY’RE SINGING
PRETTY MUSIC INSIDE!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪WOW! KATY KATYDID AND
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS ARE MY FAVOURITES! SQUIRT:
SO LET’S CHECK ‘EM OUT! PRETTY… HEY, WAIT FOR ME. KATIE:
THAT WAS SWEET AS HONEY,
YOU ALL. BUT I HAVE TO SAY
WE’RE NOT THE SAME SINCE KELLY CRICKET HOPPED OFF
AND GOT HERSELF HITCHED. KATIE?KATIE:
YES, MR. MANTIS?
MAYBE IT’S TIME
TO LOOK FOR A NEW SINGER TO JOIN OUR CHORUS? WHY, THAT’S A HUM-DINGER
OF AN IDEA, MR. MANTIS! ANY CRITTER
WHO CAN CARRY A TUNEIS WELCOME TO TRY OUT!SQUIRT:
DID YOU HEAR THAT, PANSY? DID I EVER! I’VE ALWAYS WANTED TO BE
IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! THEN THIS IS
YOUR BIG CHANCE! YOU KNOW,
MAYBE I COULD!DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MI-MI-MI-MI-MI-MILLIPEDES! ♪
PANSY: (SINGING)
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ I DON’T THINK SHE’S SINGING
THE RIGHT NOTES, MOM. SHHH. PANSY’S TRYING
HER BEST, SQUIRT. ♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ (APPLAUSE) MISS SPIDER:
VERY NICE JOB, PANSY!SQUIRT:
YEAH.
UM, SOUNDED JUST LIKE
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS… ONLY, YOU KNOW, DIFFERENT. YEAH,
I NOTICED THAT, TOO. DAD, I THINK YOUR
GUITAR’S OUT OF TUNE. (GIGGLE) AHHH.
THAT MUST HAVE BEEN IT. WHY DON’T WE TRY IT AGAIN
FROM THE TOP, SWEETIE? HUH?
UM, I JUST REMEMBERED. I NEED TO GO OUTSIDE
AND PLAY. BYE. WHY DO I HAVE TO SING IT AGAIN? I ALREADY KNOW THE SONG. MISS SPIDER:
I THINK WHAT YOUR DAD’S
TRYING TO SAY IS… UM, IF TRYOUTS
ARE TOMORROW AND- YOU’RE RIGHT. I’VE GOTTA GO FIGURE OUT
WHAT COLOUR BOW I’M GONNA PUT IN MY HAIR. WON’T IT BE GREAT? ME IN THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS! ♪ ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-ME! ♪ (SIGHS) I’M NOT SURE PANSY’S QUITE
READY TO TRY OUT, DEAR. MAYBE NOT. BUT DON’T YOU THINK
SHE SHOULD HAVE THE CHANCE TO FOLLOW HER DREAM,
HONEY? I GUESS
YOU’RE RIGHT. MAYBE SHE’LL SING BETTER
AT THE AUDITION TOMORROW.SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪
GOLLY! SHE SOUNDS BETTER ALREADY! THAT’S NOT PANSY SINGING,
HOLLEY. THAT’S…IN UNISON:
SNOWDROP?!
SNOWDROP:
♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ I AM A- ♪MISS SPIDER:
OH, HOLLEY LOOK.
DON’T STOP SINGING,
HONEY. OH. I DIDN’T KNOW ANYBUGGY
WAS LISTENING. I HAD NO IDEA
YOU HAD SUCH A PRETTY VOICE! I’LL SAY! MAYBE YOU SHOULD TRY OUT FOR
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS, TOO. OH, I COULD NEVER SING
IN FRONT OF OTHER BUGS. I’D BE TOO EMBARRASSED. MISS SPIDER:
BUT YOU JUST SANG
IN FRONT OF US. HOLLEY:
WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED IF SOME OF THE NEIGHBOURS
HEARD YOU, TOO. SNOWDROP:
EVERYBUGGY HEARD ME?! OH NO! (SIGHS) OH DEAR. PANSY:
♪ I AM A DRIBBLY DELL SINGER! ♪ THAT WAS A REAL GOOD TRY,
DARLING. BUT SOME OF THOSE NOTES
YOU WERE SINGING CAME OUT JUST A WEE
BIT SCREECH OWL-Y. THEY DID? NOW DON’T FEEL BAD,
SWEET PEA. YOU JUST NEED TO PRACTICE
A LITTLE MORE AND COME BACK ANOTHER TIME,
YOU HEAR? PANSY:
(SIGH) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO
WASP A DOO… ♪ HELLO THERE,
PANSY! HOW’RE YOU DOING? IF YOU MUST KNOW… I WASN’T GOOD ENOUGH!
(SNIFFLE) ♪ DOO-WASP A-DOO-WASP
A-DOO-WASP A DOO… ♪ ♪ WASP A DOO… ♪PANSY:
(CRYING)
MISS SPIDER:
NOW, NOW.
I’M SURE IT WASN’T THAT BAD. YES IT WAS. MY VOICE WAS ALL SQUEAKY
AND I FORGOT THE WORDS AND THE ONLY THING THEY LIKED
WAS MY BOW. I SHOULD NEVER
HAVE TRIED OUT! PANSY, IT’S NEVER
WRONG TO TRY. BUT MAYBE NEXT TIME YOU SHOULD
JUST PRACTICE A LITTLE MORE. PANSY:
(CRYING) AWW. (KISS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ (GASPS) SNOWDROP SINGER:
♪ FA-FA-FA-FA-FA-FIREFLIES! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUMBLEBEES! ♪PANSY:
WOW, SNOWDROP!
YOU SING REALLY WELL! OH NO! PANSY:
SNOWDROP, COME BACK! SNOWDROP:
I’M TOO EMBARRASSED. BUT YOU SING BEAUTIFULLY. GEE, PANSY, THAT’S REALLY
NICE OF YOU TO SAY. I MEAN IT. IN FACT, DO YOU THINK
YOU COULD TEACH ME TO SING LIKE THAT? SURE!
I’M YOUR TWIN SISTER. I’LL HELP YOU. GREAT! SO WHAT DO WE DO FIRST? (RHYMING) SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU
KEEP YOUR RHYTHM.GIVE IT A TRY!(RHYMING)
SWINGIN’ WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM. ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ HEY, I SOUND A LOT BETTER
WHEN I SING WITH YOU! ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ ♪ SWINGIN’
WHILE YOU’RE SINGIN’ ♪ ♪ HELPS YOU KEEP YOUR RHYTHM! ♪ (GIGGLES)KATIE:
OKEY-DOKEY, BEETRICE!
LET’S HEAR YOU SING
YOUR HEART OUT, HON!
ACTUALLY, KATIE,
IT’S NOT EXACTLY SINGING. IT’S BUZZING. WHEN WE BEES FLAP OUR WINGS, THAT’S WHAT MAKES US BUZZ.
SEE? (BUZZES) KATIE:
THANK YOU! NEXT!KATIE: (PLUGGED NOSE)
YOU’RE UP, STINKY.
LET’S HEAR WHAT YOU GOT
DEEP DOWN INSIDE. RIGHT. (HICCUP) OOPS.
‘SCUSE ME. (CHUCKLE)
CAN I TRY THAT AGAIN? THAT’S OKAY,
DARLING. I GET THE IDEA.
THANKS. WELL, THAT’S IT. I’VE HEARD EVERY SINGIN’
CRITTER IN SUNNY PATCH!MISS SPIDER:
UM, KATIE?
PANSY WOULD LIKE
TO TRY AGAIN. PANSY:
AND I’VE BEEN PRACTICING! WELL, BLESS YOUR HEART. SURE, BABY GIRL.
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT. THANKS. (SIGH) I GUESS
I’M A LITTLE NERVOUS. I KIND OF FORGOT THE WORDS. MISS SPIDER:
MAYBE YOU SHOULD HELP
YOUR SISTER OUT, SNOWDROP. OKAY, MOM. ♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪OKAY,
I’VE GOT IT NOW. THANKS, SNOWDROP. AS I LIVE AND BREATHE! SNOWDROP,
YOUR VOICE IS PURTY-ER THAN THE BREEZE
IN THE PINE TREES. ME? I WAS JUST TRYING TO HELP- KATIE:
MR. MANTIS, I DO BELIEVE WE’VE FOUND OUR NEWEST
SUNNY PATCH SINGERAND HER NAME IS SNOWDROP!(GASPS, WHIMPERS
AND STARTS CRYING) OH NO. PANSY:
(SNIFFLES) OH, PANSY,
I’M SO SORRY. IT’S NOT FAIR! I WANTED TO BE IN
THE DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS. HONEY, SHE DIDN’T MEAN
TO HURT YOU. SINGING JUST HAPPENS TO BE
SNOWDROP’S SPECIAL TALENT. SO, WE SHOULD TRY
TO BE HAPPY FOR HER. (SNIFFLE)
OKAY. I’LL TRY.
(SOBS) AWW, SWEETIE, IT’S OKAY. HURRY UP, EVERYBUGGY! WE WANT TO GET GOOD SEATS FOR YOUR SISTER’S
FIRST CONCERT! SQUIRT:
BOY, SNOWDROP’S SO SHY. I NEVER THOUGHT SHE’D
TURN OUT TO BE A SINGER! (MISS SPIDER CLEARS THROAT) OOPS! I’M SORRY, PANSY.
I JUST MEANT-PANSY:
IT’S OKAY, SQUIRT.
I WAS A LITTLE SAD AT FIRST, BUT NOW I CAN’T WAIT
FOR THE CONCERT TO START. SQUIRT:
OKAY. LET’S GO! WELL,
THAT’S EVERYBUGGY. EVERYBUGGY
EXCEPT SNOWDROP. MISS SPIDER:
SNOWDROP, THE CONCERT’S
ABOUT TO START, HONEY. EVERYTHING OKAY? I’M NOT GOING. BUT IT’S YOUR SPECIAL NIGHT,
SNOWDROP. EVERYBUGGY’S GONNA BE THERE. THAT’S WHY I’M NOT GOING. BUT YOU HAVE SUCH
A BEAUTIFUL VOICE AND WE’LL ALL BE THERE
ROOTING FOR YOU. ESPECIALLY ME! (GASP)PANSY:
IF YOU GET A LITTLE NERVOUS,
JUST LOOK OUT AT ME AND PRETEND WE’RE SWINGING
AND SINGING TOGETHER! PANSY:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ (GIGGLES) AW. YOU GIRLS SING
SO BEAUTIFULLY TOGETHER. HEY! SQUIRT:
WHEN’S THE CONCERT GONNA START,
DAD? ANY MINUTE NOW,
SQUIRT. SURE HOPE MOM AND PANSY
GET HERE IN TIME TO HEAR SNOWDROP’S BIG SOLO. SORRY FOR THE DELAY, FOLKS. WE JUST GOT A LITTLE
LAST SECOND SURPRISE THAT’S GUARANTEED TO DOUBLE
YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE! (APPLAUSE) DRIBBLY DELL SINGERS:
♪ MMMMMMM… ♪ SNOWDROP:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ SNOWDROP
SOUNDS GREAT! TOGETHER:
♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ WOW! PANSY SINGS
A LOT BETTER THAN THE LAST TIME
I HEARD HER! SHE DID A LOT
OF PRACTICING. AND SHE HAD A SISTER
WHO WAS THERE TO HELP HER. ALL:
♪ LA-LA-LA-LA-LA-LADYBUGS! ♪ ♪ BU-BU-BU-BU-BU-BUTTERFLIES! ♪ ♪ DO-DO-DO-DO-DO-DOODLEBUGS! ♪ ♪ WE ARE THE DRIBBLY
DELL SINGERS! ♪ BEETRICE:
BRRRR. MISS SPIDER:
HI BEETRICE! HI MISS SPIDER!
HI SQUIRT! HI. WHAT A SPIDER-IFIC KID. HELPING YOUR MOM GET FOOD
STORED UP FOR THE WINTER. WE’VE BEEN WORKING
ALL MORNING. MISS SPIDER:
WE HAVE BEEN WORKING HARD. THERE’S SO MUCH TO DO BEFORE THE FIRST FROST
HITS SUNNY PATCH. OH, IT FEELS LIKE IT’S GOING TO
FREEZE OVER SOONER THAN LATER. BRRR. I’M GOING INSIDE. NOW CAN I GO PLAY, MOM? I’VE BEEN HELPING ALL MORNING. THERE’S PLENTY MORE TO DO,
SQUIRT. SQUIRT:
BUT THE COZY HOLE IS ALREADY
STOCKED FULL OF STUFF. AND I REALLY,
REALLY WANT TO GO SURF MY WEB. WE STILL HAVE TO FILL UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. I’M AFRAID IT’S GOING
TO HAVE TO BE “WORK NOW AND PLAY LATER.” (SIGH) BUT MOM… IT’S STILL SO NICE OUT. MISS SPIDER:
I KNOW YOU WANT TO GO PLAY,
SWEETIE. BUT WE HAVE TO FINISH OUR
WORK BEFORE THE COLD COMES. BUGS FROM ALL OVER SUNNY PATCHARE IN THE MEADOW
FILLING OUR STUMP.
LOOK OUT BELOW! BOUNCE:
I GOT IT! (GIGGLES)DRAGON:
LOOK OUT BELOW!
(GIGGLES) ♪ AT THIS RATE SUNNY PATCH
WILL BE MORE THAN READY FOR THE FIRST FROST
OF THE YEAR! I CAN THINK
OF A TON OF STUFF THAT WOULD BE MORE FUN
TO DO THAN THIS. ONE AT A TIME SQUIRT,
OR YOU MIGHT… SQUIRT:
WHOA! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOA! OOOF! HUH? UH-OH. WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH! WHOOOAH!
DON’T!TED:
HEY!
NED:
WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA
WAKING US UP SO EARLY? HEY, TED, DID YOU ORDER
A SEED DELIVERY? TED:
NOT ME, NED. UH, THAT’S MINE.
SORRY. WE’RE JUST FILLING UP
THE HOLLOW STUMP. A COUPLE OF MY SEEDS
GOT AWAY. TED:
YOU’RE HARVESTING! WE WERE GOING TO HARVEST
THOSE SEEDS. EVENTUALLY. NOW WE’RE GOING TO HAVE
TO GO TO THE NEXT MEADOW TO TOP UP THE
COLONY’S STORES. YEAH, WHAT’S
THE BIG HURRY, KID? THE FIRST FROST IS COMING. WE HAVE TO BE READY
BEFORE IT GETS HERE. FROST? DID YOU SAY FROST?! (LAUGHING) FROST WON’T BE COMING
ANYTIME SOON. IT WON’T? HOW DO YOU KNOW? OH, WE KNOW. HOW? WE HAVE A HUNCH. IT’S OUR INTUITION. CALL IT OUR
ANT-TUITION! HA! GOOD ONE, NED. BUT THAT’S JUST A HUNCH! YOU KNOW,
I’VE GOT A HUNCH. FIRST, LET’S DO LUNCH. I’VE GOT THIS FEELING
IN MY GUTS. NED AND TED:
HEY, WHERE’D WE HIDE
THOSE NUTS? IT’S A LITTLE BIT
FUZZY. MY ANTENNAE’S
KINDA BUZZY. IT’S A VIBE
IN THE HILL, CALL IT WHAT YOU WILL… TED AND NED:
CALL IT ANT-TUITION!TED:
IT’S A FEELING IN YOUR BELLY,
MAKES IT JIGGLE
LIKE GRAPE JELLY. TED:
NOW DON’T YOU FORGET IT, NED:
YOU’LL KNOW WHEN YOU GET IT. TED:
IT WILL COME TO FRUITION NED:
‘CAUSE IT’S ANT-TUITION. TED AND NED:
ANT-TUITION. 100% GUARANTEED. ANT’S HONOR
OR YOUR CRUMBS BACK. OFFER NOT AVAILABLE
IN ALL ANTHILLS. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. IN UNISON:
ANT-TUITION!
OH YEAH! ANT-TUITION, HUH? TED:
THAT’S RIGHT,
MY LITTLE EIGHT-LEGGED FRIEND. ANT-TUITION! NED:
YOU CAN NEVER GO WRONG
WHEN YOU TRUST YOUR ANT-TUITION. SO THERE IS NO FROST COMING? NED:
OH, TRUST ME. OUR TUNNELS GO FOR MILES
AND MILES UNDER THE GROUND. WORD ON THE HILL IS THAT IT’S GOING TO BE
TOASTY AND WARM FOR A GOOD LONG TIME
TO COME. I WAS JUST TELLING
MY MOM THIS MORNING THAT IT WAS STILL WARM. TED:
YOU TELL YOUR MOM THAT TED AND NED
ARE SO POSITIVELY… NED:
ABSOLUTELY SURE IT’S GOING TO STAY WARM, THAT WE’RE THROWING A “THIS SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY. TED:
WE ARE? IT WON’T?
OH, GOODY! A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY? COOL! IT’S B-Y-O-S,
OF COURSE. B-Y-O-S? BRING YOUR OWN SEEDS,
LITTLE BUG! SQUIRT:
NEAT! SEE YOU LATER. NED:
THE WHOLE NEIGHBOURHOOD’S
INVITED! OH, YEAH, BABY! SQUIRT:
TED AND NED ARE HAVING A “THIS-SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END”
PARTY TONIGHT. EVERYONE IS INVITED. A PARTY! OH BOY! A PARTY! LOOK OUT! AHHHHH! OOOF! OH, THAT STINGS! WHAT’S THE BUZZ? BOUNCE:
WHERE’S EVERYBUGGY GOING?SQUIRT:
HEY GUYS!
NED AND TED ARE HAVING A “THIS
SUMMER-WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY! (CHEERING) SUMMER’S NOT ENDING?
EVER? WHAT MAKES NED AND TED THINK
THAT SUMMER IS NEVER ENDING? SQUIRT:
THEY HAVE ANT-TUITION. ANT-TUITION, HUH?
HMMM. MY SPIDER COMMON SENSE
TELLS ME THEY’RE WRONG TO RELY
ON A HUNCH. BOUNCE:
COME ON, LETS GO! WIGGLE:
I BET THIS PARTY’S GONNA HOP. HOORAY! PANSY:
THANKS FOR LETTING US GO,
MOM. SPINNER:
I’M GOING TO DANCE
UNTIL I WILT! AREN’T YOU COMING,
MOM AND DAD? HOLLEY:
YOUR MOM AND I HAVE TO FINISH
WEAVING WINTER BLANKETS AND THEN WE’RE GOING TO UNLOAD
THE LAST OF THE SEEDS INTO THE HOLLOW STUMP. SQUIRT:
CAN’T YOU DO IT LATER? MISS SPIDER:
YOU KNOW, SQUIRT,
GRANDMA BETTY ALWAYS SAYS, “A BUG WHO DOES HIS CHORES, IS NICE AND WARM
WHEN WINTER’S AT HIS DOOR.” HOLLEY:
GOING ON A HUNCH IS RECKLESS,
SQUIRT. WE BUGS HAVE TO FACE
THE FACTS. MISS SPIDER:
WINTER IS ON OUR DOORSTEP. WE’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. WHAT SIGNS? MISS SPIDER:
WHY DON’T WE ALL WALK
TO THE PARTY, AND WE’LL SEE IF YOU CAN
SPOT THE SIGNS ALONG THE WAY. (LOUD DANCE MUSIC) NED AND TED:
OOH, THANK YOU,
THANK YOU, THANK YOU. (LAUGHTER) ARE WE GOING TO GET
TO THE PARTY SOON? HOLLEY:
SOON. SQUIRT:
I DON’T WANT TO MISS
ALL THE FUN. MISS SPIDER:
FIRST LET’S WATCH
AND LISTEN. WHAT ARE WE LISTENING FOR? WHAT DO YOU HEAR? NOTHING. EXACTLY! THAT’S STRANGE. IT’S SO QUIET. THERE ARE NO FROGS CROAKING! WHERE DID ALL THE FROGS GO? MISS SPIDER:
THE FROGS HAVE ALREADY DUG THEIR LITTLE BURROWS
IN THE MUD TO HIDE FOR THE WINTER. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH IS GETTING READY
FOR COLD WEATHER. BUT TED AND NED SAID IT’S NOT GOING TO GET COLD
FOR A LONG TIME. ALL:
(GASP) LOOK! GEESE! AND WHERE DO YOU THINK
THOSE GEESE ARE FLYING? TO NED AND TED’S “THIS-SUMMER
WILL-NEVER-END” PARTY? UM… NO. THEY’RE HEADING SOUTH. BECAUSE IT’S NICE AND WARM
IN THE SOUTH. AND THE COLD IS COMING HERE. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S RIGHT. (GUST OF WIND) SQUIRT:
HEY, LOOK. HOLLEY:
THESE BERRIES
ARE ANOTHER SIGN OF WINTER. THE BIGGER THE CROP,
THE COLDER IT WILL BE. AND THERE ARE TONS
OF THEM! WAY MORE
THEN LAST YEAR. MAYBE TED AND NED’S HUNCH
WASN’T SUCH A GOOD ONE. (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SHIVERS) IT IS GETTING A LITTLE COLD. MAYBE WE SHOULD
GET BACK TO WORK AND FILL
THE HOLLOW STUMP, JUST IN CASE. MISS SPIDER:
“JUST IN CASE” IS A GOOD REASON
TO GET WORK DONE, SQUIRT. EVERYBODY LIMBO, MAN! (LAUGHTER) TED:
OH NEDY, GET DOWN TO THE FLOOR,
OLD BROTHER OF MINE!SQUIRT:
HEY, EVERYBUGGY!
WE SHOULD GET BACK
TO COLLECTING OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WE DON’T NEED TO. REMEMBER, ANT-TUITION! I’VE SEEN THE SIGNS. EVERYTHING IN SUNNY PATCH
IS GETTING READY FOR THE COLD. EVERYTHING EXCEPT US. HEY, HEY!
CHILL OUT, SQUIRT. YEAH.
BUZZ OFF. WE’RE HAVING A PARTY BECAUSE “THIS SUMMER
WILL NEVER END!” WOO HOO! PARTY! (SIGH) NO ONE’S LISTENING TO ME,
MOM. THEY ALL JUST WANT
TO HAVE A GOOD TIME. MISS SPIDER:
THAT’S OKAY, HONEY. WE’LL GET THE WORK DONE. ♪ ♪ HOLLEY:
PHEW! I THINK THAT WRAPS IT UP. WE’RE READY FOR WHATEVER
WEATHER HITS SUNNY PATCH. NOW THAT OUR WORK IS ALL DONE,
LET’S HAVE SOME FUN! (CHEERING) ♪ (WIND WHISTLES BY) (SNEEZE) (SHIVERS) HOLLEY:
THE FIRST FROST IS ON US,
GANG. EUNICE:
OH NO, FROST! WE DIDN’T STORE UP
OUR SEEDS. PILLBUG:
WHAT ABOUT ALL THE SEEDS
WE BROUGHT TO THE PARTY? EUNICE:
GOOD IDEA! (GASP) THEY’RE GONE! WHERE ARE THEY? TED:
(BELCHES) ‘SCUSE ME. SORRY. THEY WERE
IRRESISTIBLE. EUNICE:
THE FIRST FROST IS HERE AND YOU’VE EATEN
ALL OF OUR SEEDS! FROST?! NED:
LET’S GET OUT OF HERE. TED:
SEE YOU! I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY!
I DON’T WANNA BE HUNGRY! WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? MISS SPIDER:
THERE’S NO NEED TO FRET,
EUNICE. THE HOLLOW STUMP IS FULL. WHILE EVERYONE ELSE
PARTIED THE DAY AWAY, WE FILLED IT UP! THERE’S TONS OF FOOD
FOR EVERYONE. (SHIVERS) I’M COLD, NED. OH, I’M HUNGRY,
TED.NED:
WE’RE GOING TO BE ANT POPSICLES
BY MORNING.
SQUIRT:
IT’S PRETTY,
BUT IT SURE IS
COLD OUT HERE. WE’RE THE COSIEST BUGS
IN ALL OF SUNNY PATCH.NED:
YOU KNOW WHAT TED?
TED:
WHAT NED? NED:
I’VE GOT A HUNCH THAT THIS
IS GONNA BE A GREAT WINTER. THAT’S YOUR
ANT-TUITION, NED. RIGHT YOU ARE,
TED. IN UNISON:
OH YEAH!

Bee waves at toddler that saved its life

Bee waves at toddler that saved its life


this is unbelievable
Abby has been filmed apparently waving at a toddler that saved its life nursery
school people Olivia hi I’m waved hello to the insect which she had just rescued
with sugar and water and was delighted when the insect appeared to return the
way it was the second time in three days the bee had been rescued by the
three-year-old and dad Sam – who were from Oswald whistle Lancashire young
Olivia was delighted and broke out in a massive smile when the bee lifted its
middle leg to wave right back at hear Sam 28 said it’s like she’s made a great
new friend and a couple of people have said it’s like a real-life b-movie it’s
really sweet on Thursday I went to pick Olivia up from nursery and we found this
B on the side of the road we picked it up and brought it home and fed it sugar
and water once it was up and running again we let it out in our back garden
Olivia loved it she was really invested in the bee and interested in helping it
I told her where are we giving it sugar and water to help it in she kept
repeating what I was saying then on Saturday morning she was outside
and she started shouting bee bee it was the exact same on we saw on Thursday and
he was not doing too well we brought it inside and gave it sugar and water again
and Olivia just started waving at it I was amazed when it started waving back I
thought I was seeing things Olivia was so excited and really loved
it when she saw the be waving back and carried on doing it it was a lovely
moment she looks at 4 bees a lot more now Darrell Cox senior science and
policy officer at the bumble bee Conservation Trust said it’s really
great to hear our future generation are so keen to help bumble bees there are so
many things you can do with children safely to further their understanding of
bumble bees and support this species

Bee Finger Family | Nursery Rhymes | Kids Songs | Baby Rhymes | Kids Tv Cartoon Videos

Bee Finger Family | Nursery Rhymes | Kids Songs | Baby Rhymes | Kids Tv Cartoon Videos


We are the finger family Daddy finger, daddy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Mommy finger, Mommy finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Brother finger, Brother finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Sister finger, Sister finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do? Baby finger, Baby finger, where are you? Here I am, here I am. How do you do?

Superhero Learning Song | Itsy Bitsy Spider | Mother Goose Club Playhouse Kids Video


[music] Mother Goose Club Playhouse Itsy Bitsy Spider Hi Mother Goose Club! My name is Natalie. and I’m Victoria. We’re trying to figure out where this
mysterious surprise egg came from. What do you think is inside? I don’t know. [shakes] Maybe candy? [shakes] Maybe there’s a toy inside? Let’s open it up and see. [music] [gasp] You were right! It is a toy. Yeah, it’s a Spiderman doll. Aww, it’s really cute. It’s so tiny. I love it’s head. I love the color. [magical noises] -Hi!
[gasps] It’s Spiderman! -We must have opened a magic surprise egg! Hey, do you two want to sing the itsy bitsy spider song with me? -Sure!
-Sure! Great! The itsy bitsy spider went up the waterspout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. -Great job guys! Now, do you two want to sing the song while I act it out? -Okay!
-Okay! Great! [thwip thwip] The itsy bitsy spider went up the waterspout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. [thwip thwip] [thwip thwip thwip] [thwip] [thwip thwip thwip] [thwip] [music] The itsy bitsy spider went up the waterspout. Down came the rain and washed the spider out. Out came the sun and dried up all the rain, and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again. -Woohoo!
-Yeah! Great job guys! Thanks for singing with us Spiderman. Do you want to stay and sing another song with us? I’d love to, unfortunately, I have to get going. My spidey-senses are tingling. Someone needs my help! Oh no! You better get going. Bye Spiderman! Well thanks for joining us. I think Natalie and I are going to look for more surprise eggs. Yeah! Maybe we can find a Superman surprise egg? That would be awesome! Bye Mother Goose Club! [music] Mother Goose Club Playhouse

🐍BIT BY SNAKE STUNG BY WASP🐝! DANGEROUS ENCOUNTERS | DYCHES FAM

🐍BIT BY SNAKE STUNG BY WASP🐝! DANGEROUS ENCOUNTERS | DYCHES FAM


– [ Josh ] Look what I just grinded up, dude. – Oh man. But it’s not as disgusting as the other one. The other one, it’s guts were like hanging out. – Do you want to wear it as a necklace? – No that’s disgusting! – [ Josh ] Tayden you’re holding your first snake of the summer, bro. – Look . – [ Tayden ] Oh! (laughing) It’s literally trying to bite my dad. – Guys I just got stung by a wasp. It was up here, where it got me. – [ Christina ] Holy cow its like barely hanging on. – [ Josh ] 2, 1 kick that ball! Bit by a snake stung by a wasp! Dangerous encounters. Dyches Fam – K guys here we are. Day 2 service project. We’re gonna get if finished this morning aren’t we bud? – Yeah. – Yeah we only got a little bit more of the lawn to do. And then uh, we gotta trim the edges. So here we go buddy. Let’s see if you can pull start this beast today. – [ Josh ] That a kid! Here we go. – [ Josh ] K, Tayden’s already finding creepy crawly things this morning. What did you find? – Snail. – You don’t want him sucking your blood, huh? – They can’t suck your blood. – That’s pretty cool. – [ Josh ] Okay thats kinda weird. – [ Tayden ] Okay there’s another snail by the dead snake. – It’s on top of the dead snake. – Okay that’s a little weird. – That is weird because.. do snails like blood? – Ummm. No. Dad there’s a whole bunch of ants. On the snake too. – [ Josh ] K now what are you playing with? – A giant roley poley. Well its a huge one. And I found it because I spotted a snail and then it was right by the snail. – K are you just gonna play or are you going to work? – I’m gonna work. ( Laughing ) – [ Josh ] Dude. High fives, bro. For the best summer ever isn’t it? – Yeah. – What did we just get done doing? – Um mowing somebody’s lawn. – Mowing a little tiny tiny yard. – No mowing, um, a really huge lawn. – Really huge. So we did that yesterday. We did some of this yesterday. – Yeah so we did all of that yesterday then half of this. And then we finished it. – How does it feel, dude? Pretty good? – Yeah. – Yeah like you accomplished something? – Yeah it was actually pretty fun. Like I enjoyed it and yeah. – Did we have a good time together? – Yeah it was really fun. – ( Laughing ) Best summer ever, dude. – Woo hoo. – Learning new things, having fun, huh? – Yep. – And puttin them guns to work. ( Laughing ) – I’m really hot and tired. – Okay. -It’s like 9 in the morning right now. – Yeah but we still need to trim so we’ll do that super quickly and get outta here. And hopefully we’ll find another snake. Yeah. Can you push the lawn mower over here? – Yeah or maybe we killed the only snake. – Yeah we might have killed the only snake. It wasn’t intentional. Sorry for all you snake lovers out there. We love snakes. We wanted to catch it and pet it and set it free. – It’s time to eat some weeds. – See this grass right here? See how its long? – [ Tayden ] Yeah. – We don’t want it to be long. We want it to be short. Now its your turn, Tayden. – [ Josh ] You gotta lift it up. K here we go. 3 – I went a little early. – No don’t.. Pull it back just a tiny bit. Is that heavy? Okay stop. Stop. Stop! We had a few casualties but um hopefully those flowers will grow back. Whoops! Hey, A for effort buddy. – [ Josh ] Tayden wait. What did you say that this sounds like, kind of? – Farting. – It sounds like farting? No wonder why you like it so much. K show me how to trim that fence line. – He’s got that thing revved up! ( Laughing ) Doing good, bud. Keep it up. – So many. – [ Josh ] This is how fast we’re moving, Tayden. – Yep. – As fast as a snail. – [ Josh ] Look what I just grinded up, dude. – What? Another snake? How did you not see that? – Dude. – Another snake! Wow. You’re good at killing em. – I did not.. dude it seriously made me scream. I yelled. – When you saw it? – Guys, ugh! Seriously. – Oh its still bleeding like crazy. – Yeah. – Thats disgusting. – Ugh! Watch out dude. – Oh that sucks. Its bloody. Oh crud. – I was just weeding eating right along here. And I just, its just popped, its head popped up and I had no time to stop. Chopped that thing up. – Oh that sucks. I hope we can find another one before we kill it. Holy. Gross. Thats disgusting. Oh man but its not as disgusting as the other one. Its guts were like hanging out. – Do you want to wear it as a necklace? – No thats disgusting! – Dangit! – Yeah yesterday the head was gone, some of the tail was gone and then like you, like.. And then like its skin was um cut open and you could literally see all the stuff in its body. – Careful. It might bite you! Casualties of mowing a lawn I guess. – The second time! – [ Tayden ] We just caught a snake! – Are you recording it? – Yeah, literally. That is crazy! So we killed two snakes and then we finally caught one. Its crazy looking. Holy. Hey dad! It almost.. it could have bit me! Its a little whopper snapper. – Hi little snake guy. – Oh its crazy! – Should I kiss it? – No don’t you dare! – Give it a little kissy snake! – Thats crazy! – Do you want to hold it? – Sure. Oh this is awesome! – Tayden you’re holding your first snake of the summer, bro! – Woo! – [ Josh ] Fast little guy, huh? Go home snake. Do you want to bite me? Oh look at that. That things a jumper! Pew pew pew. – [ Tayden ] So this is the second snake we’ve seen today. So we’ve seen three out of.. we’ve seen 3 snakes. One yesterday and 2 today. This is our second today. Um and we’ve even killed 2. And yeah. – This sucker wants to bite me though. – Yeah but dad’s holding its head. Awesome! Its crazy. Its like opening its mouth trying to, oh creepy! Awesome! Woo hoo! Oh its like opening its, it was like opening its mouth. – It wants to bite. Look. – Oh! ( Laughing ) Its literally trying to bite my dad. – Do you want to try to hold it? – Sure. – It’s opening its mouth! – [ Josh ] Okay. Caught another snake, guys. Tayden’s holding it. And it wants to bite you guys. – This is our second snake of the day. Buddy its, they’re YouTube friends. They’re YouTube friends they don’ wanna.. You don’t need to bite them. – Yeah don’t open your mouth. – Is that pretty cool? – Yeah its amazing. – Okay. When you set it down just hurry and set it down quick and.. – Drop it? – No don’t drop it. Set it down and then move away. – Whoah he tried to bite you! – He jumped. – Look how wired these little guys are. See ya, buddy! – Bye. – Guys I just got stung by a wasp. – In the ear. – In the ear. These little, I didn’t see this little nest. Ow! There’s this nest right here. – [ Tayden ] Oh I see it. – My ear is stinging! It flew right into the top part of my ear. It was up here where it got me. Can it see it? – Um I don’t really see anything. – Can you see the top part of my ear? – But its red and swollen. Are you okay? – Yeah I’m alright. That hurt though. – [ Josh ] K Tayden what are you doing? – Um we’re doing a snake check. – A snake check. Tayden’s on snake patrol. I bout chopped another one up. It was probably the biggest one that we’ve seen so far. And uh.. I just about chopped its head off. So he’s going along kicking the fence to make sure we don’t kill anymore snakes. ( Yay! ) – [ Josh ] Good morning mom. – Good morning. – Boys. – What? – Say good morning to the Dyches Fam. – Hey. – Tayden don’t chop up any more snakes today, okay? – That was you. You killed two of them. I didn’t kill one. – On accident! – I didn’t kill one. Not even one. – I did it on accident. – Hey. – [ Josh ] Nikoi. – What? – Say hello to the Dyches Fam. – Hello. – Ask them how they’re doing today. – How you doing? – Look in the camera and ask them how they’re doing today. – How you doin? – Do you really want to know how they’re doing? – Yeah. – Look how pretty you are. You’re so pretty are you guys going to go have some fun today? – Em hmm. – What are you doing? – Going to the reptile show. – The reptile.. wait a second I see something wrong with your mouth. Show them your mouth, open it up. Oh my heck your tooth is gonna come out! Tayden her tooth is gonna fall out, bro. Work, camera. K. How we gonna get that tooth out, Nikoi? – Soccer. – Soccer! We’re going to be doing something fun with it, huh? Okay. Stay tuned. Say stay tuned. Stay tuned! (2 hours later ) – [ Josh ] Whoah, whoah, whoah why are you so excited? Why you so excited? – My tooth is so wiggly. – Your tooth is so wiggly? – Can I show them? – Yeah you can show them! – Your tooth is just hanging by a thread. – Yeah like the last root um, just barely popped. Like downstairs. – The last root just barely popped downstairs? – [ On the phone: Grandpa Dyches ] Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh. – Its gonna be out by the time we see you again! – [ Grandpa Dyches ] Well guess what? Grandpa will owe you five bucks if thats happened. – Yeah! – [ Josh ] Tell him its your first tooth! – Its my first tooth! – [ Grandpa Dyches ] Oh my heaven sakes. Good to hear they’re loose. – [ Josh ] Nikoi’s a little excited about it. – [ Grandpa Dyches ] I’ll bet. ( Laughing ) – [ Josh ] Hi. – Hi. – What are we doing right now, Nikoi? – Going to pull out my tooth. – We’re gonna pull your tooth out? How are we going to do it? – With a soccer ball. – With a soccer ball? You’re gonna kick it with your feet? – We’re using the church’s parking lot because its a nice big parking lot. And when she kicks that ball.. Its gonna go on this pavement right here. On this blacktop. And we’re hoping that we’ll be able to find tooth once its flung from her mouth. So we got the crew here. We got the crew, we got the crew. – [ Christina ] We’re the tooth finding crew. – We’re the tooth finding crew back here. We got Bubba. Bubba, say hello. You excited, you gonna find the tooth? – No we’re not doing that just yet. Anyways so we’re just getting this all set up. And this little girl is sick of her dangly gangly tooth in her mouth, huh? K, Nikoi. – [ Christina ] Get a close up of her tooth. – [ Josh ] Oh we already did. Nikoi, say lets do this! – Let’s do this! K. Yeah that thing is… K we’re gonna get it out. ( Laughing ) – [ Christina ] You guys! Its like out already, Nikoi. You’re not even going to feel it. Holy cow its like.. Barely hanging on. What Tay? – I’m not gonna look. That is so disgusting. I think that its safe to say that tooth’s ready to come out. – [ Josh ] In 3, 2, 1 kick that ball. ( A few moments later ) – We’re very proud of you Nikoi. Way to be brave. At first she did not want to do anything she just wanted the tooth to just naturally fall out and be all lame and boring. But Nikoi is not lame and boring. And she decided, hey, if my brother can do something cool, I can do something cool. Good job Nikoi. We love you. Tooth Fairy you better show up tonight! – We had to kind of bribe her with corn on the cob. Cause she knew she couldn’t eat corn on the cob unless she got that gangly tooth out and it totally worked. – Yeah I can’t imaging eating corn on the cob with a loose gangly.. ( Laughing ) I think I tried it once when I was a kid and it wasn’t.. – It definitely would have came out in the corn though. – Actually you know what? I swallowed one of my teeth as a kid because of corn on the cob. I just remembered that. – Ew. – Look at all that blood. – Oh gross, dude. – Well guys we successfully pulled out Nikoi’s tooth. And now we’re home. Cooking some dinner on the barbecuer. -Some chicken. – [ Josh ] Here she come.. uh oh crash and burn! Hey! Come here. ( Laughing ) – I just wanted to drop the bike and jump off and land on my feet but I didn’t. – Hey. Let’s see your smile. There’s a hole in your smile, little lady. Hey listen. Tell the Dyches Fam thanks for watching today. – Thanks for watching and guys! There’s a hole right here and there’s a hole down here in my gums! – Should they go watch your tooth pull video? – Yeah! – Do you think that would be pretty cool? – Yeah. – Why don’t you tell these guys goodnight and say see you tomorrow! See you tomorrow. – Peace out! – Peace. – Yeah hit it. Tap it like you mean it. ( Music playing ) – Okay so now we’re having the victory tooth loss dinner. Nikoi how did your corn on the cob go? No tell them the truth. If you can tell I still had to cut it off because it started bleeding , darn it! When she tried to eat it. So I cut it off and now she’s sucking all the yummy tender parts off. Huh? William do you like corn on the cob? – Em hmm. – Show me how you eat it. Wow I think you got some on your face. – [ Tayden ] A lot on your face. – Show me your cute mouth. – [ Nikoi ] Oh there’s a hair. – [ Christina ] You’ve got corn from ear to ear. – [ Nikoi ] Done! ( Laughing ) – [ Christina ] Tayden. Are you the corn on the cob boss? – Yeah! – Yeah! Nikoi I know how to vlog! Quit bossing me! – I’m telling you. You don’t have a tooth. You don’t know anything. – Yes I do! ( Laughing ) I’ve recorded before! – So yeah we’re just enjoying our delicious barbecue dinner tonight.

Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Puppet Show / Sugar Plum Max / Max’s Ant Farm – Ep.37

Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Puppet Show / Sugar Plum Max / Max’s Ant Farm – Ep.37


♪♪♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪ ♪ Max and Ruby ♪ ♪ Ruby and Max ♪Man:
Max and Ruby.
Woman:
Ruby and her
little brother Max!
Kids:
Max and Ruby!
(Giggling)“RUBY’S PUPPET SHOW”(BOING, BOING)RUBY:
READY LOUISE?
READY RUBY! OKAY. ONE, TWO, THREE,PUSH!HOW DOES IT LOOK
ON YOUR SIDE, LOUISE? I THINK
IT’S STRAIGHT. LET’S STEP BACK
AND LOOK. BOTH:
HM… PERFECT! OUR PUPPET STAGE
IS READY.NOW ALL WE NEED
IS THE PUPPETS.
CAREFUL, MAX! LOUISE AND I ARE ABOUT
TO PUT ON A PUPPET SHOW! IT’S GOING TO BE
VERY DRAMATIC! WE HAVE ALL KINDS
OF PUPPETS. SEE? WE HAVE HAND PUPPETS
LIKE THIS PUPPY DOG. (AS PUPPET)
WOOF! WOOF! I’D LIKE TO FETCH A BALL! (PANTING) LOUISE:
AND WE HAVE FINGER PUPPETS. SEE? THEY JUST GO RIGHT
ON YOUR FINGERS. AND…CHEEP! TWEET! CHIRP!AND THERE ARE
STRING PUPPETS, LIKE THIS CLOWN. SEE? I CAN MAKE HIM WALK.BUT IT’S VERY HARD TO DO.YES, STRING PUPPETS
ARE THE HARDEST. PUPPET! THAT’S RIGHT MAX! LOUISE AND I WILL PUT ON
A PUPPET SHOW FOR YOU, OKAY? LET’S SEE
IF THE CURTAINS WORK. ONE, TWO, THREE… PULL! MAX:
PUPPET! BOTH:
(LAUGH) MAX! YOU’RE NOT
A FINGER PUPPET OR A HAND PUPPET.LOUISE:
AND YOU’RE DEFINITELY
NOT A STRING PUPPET!
WE’RE GOING TO PUT ON
A PUPPET SHOW FOR YOU, MAX. AND YOU CAN HELP!WOULD YOU LIKE THAT?WE NEED YOU TO PLAY
A VERY IMPORTANT PART. DO YOU THINK
YOU CAN DO IT? YOU CAN BE OUR
AUDIENCE! THE AUDIENCE IS THE MOST
IMPORTANT PART OF THE SHOW. NEXT TO THE PUPPETS. IN FACT, YOU CAN BE IN CHARGE
OF OUR AUDIENCE. WHY DON’T YOU PUT OUT
ALL THE CHAIRS IN A NICE NEAT ROW. AND HELP THE AUDIENCE
GET SEATED! WE’LL GO BACK STAGE AND GET READY
FOR THE PUPPET SHOW.BOTH:
THANKS MAX!
RUBY:
WHICH PUPPET DO YOU
WANT TO USE, LOUISE?
I DON’T KNOW,
RUBY. A LITTLE DUCK? QUACK, QUACK! (GIGGLES) A SCARY DRAGON? (ROARS) (GASPS) (GIGGLES) AWWWW, LOOK! A CUTE LITTLE LAMB PUPPET.BAAA! (BLEATS)LOOK LOUISE! HERE’S A PUPPET
OF A LITTLE GIRL. YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS? WE COULD DO
A PUPPET SHOW OF MARY HAD
LITTLE LAMB! EXACTLY!ROBOT:
TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER!
TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER! MAX:
PUPPET! MAX! THAT IS A ROBOT! IT’S NOT A HAND PUPPET OR A FINGER PUPPET. AND IT’S DEFINITELY
NOT A STRING PUPPET! RIGHT. LOOK,
THESE ARE THE PUPPETS WHO WILL BE PERFORMING
IN OUR PUPPET SHOW. MARY… HELLO!LOUISE:
AND HER LITTLE LAMB.
BAAAA. WE’RE JUST ABOUT READY
TO PUT ON OUR SHOW, MAX. CAN YOU PLEASE MAKE SURE
THE AUDIENCE IS READY? (SIGHS)RUBY:
OKAY, IF YOU’RE
THE LITTLE LAMB,
AND I’M MARY,I SHOULD WALK THIS WAY.LOUISE:
AND I SHOULD FOLLOW
YOU WHEREVER YOU GO! AND THEN WHAT HAPPENS
IN THE STORY? I DON’T REMEMBER. HM… RUBY AND LOUISE:
(GASP)MAX:
PUPPET!
WE REALLY NEED YOU
TO BE IN THE AUDIENCE, MAX. IN FACT, THE MOST IMPORTANT
PART OF YOUR JOB IS ABOUT TO BEGIN!RUBY:
HERE’S WHAT WE NEED YOU
TO DO.
CAN YOU PLEASE MAKE SURE
THE REST OF THE AUDIENCE GETS SEATED? MR. AND MRS. QUACK,WOULDN’T WANT TO MISS
OUR PUPPET SHOW.
NEITHER WOULD
SALLY SWIMS-A-LOT.SHE SWAM ALL THE WAY HERE
TO SEE IT.
IN A COUPLE OF MINUTES,THE CURTAINS ON OUR STAGE
ARE GOING TO OPEN, AND DO YOU KNOW WHAT WE NEED
YOU TO DO THEN? WE NEED YOU TO APPLAUD.YOU KNOW,
CLAP YOUR HANDS.
PUPPETS LOVE
APPLAUSE. DO YOU THINK
YOU CAN DO THAT, MAX? LET’S HAVE A PRACTICE RUN. SO…
THE CURTAINS OPEN AND WHAT DO YOU DO? (TOYS LAND WITH A THUD) (CLAPS) BOTH:
(GIGGLE) THAT’S PERFECT! WE KNEW YOU’D BE
A GREAT AUDIENCE! OKAY, MAX, WE’LL GO BACKSTAGEAND AS SOON AS YOU SEE
THE CURTAINS OPEN,
YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO!♪♪♪RUBY:
BECAUSE I’M PLAYING
THE PART OF MARY,
MY PUPPET HAS TO GO
ON FIRST, LOUISE.
OKAY,
I’LL OPEN THE CURTAINS, AND THEN MY LITTLE
LAMB PUPPET WILL COME OUT. WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO
ABOUT THE ENDING OF THE STORY? LET’S JUST MAKE IT UP
AS WE GO ALONG. ALL RIGHT! IT’S ALWAYS MORE FUN
WHEN YOU DO IT THAT WAY! (GIGGLING) GET READY TO APPLAUD,
MAX!THE PUPPET SHOW
IS ABOUT TO BEGIN!
(CRICKETS CHIRP) HM… NO APPLAUSE? (CRICKETS CHIRP) WHERE DID HE GO? PUPPET!RUBY:
AAAAAAH!
HOW DID THAT SPIDER
GET HERE?!
LOUISE:
BAA! BAA!
RUBY:
GET IT OUT OF HERE!
WE DON’T NEED
ANY SPIDERS HERE!
LOUISE:
BAA! BAA!
(APPLAUSE)RUBY:
(WHISPERING)
WHO’S THAT?
LOUISE:
(WHISPERING)
I DON’T KNOW!
WHAT A WONDERFUL SHOW! GRANDMA! I JUST LOVE MARY
AND HER LITTLE LAMB. AND HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH THAT TERRIFIC NEW ENDING WITH THE SPIDER? IT WAS MAX,
AND HIS STRING- PUPPET! (BOING, BOING)RUBY:
“SUGAR PLUM MAX”
(WHIRRING)ROBOT VOICE:
ALERT! ALERT!
UNIDENTIFIED INTRUDERS!RUBY:
IT WAS A GREAT IDEA
TO GET INTO OUR TUTUS,
LOUISE. I JUST KNOW I’M A BETTER
BALLERINA WHEN I’M WEARING MY TUTU, DON’T YOU THINK,
RUBY? YES LOUISE. NOW, WHAT BALLET DANCE
SHOULD WE DO FOR GRANDMA WHEN SHE COMES OVER? SWAN LAKE?RUBY:
THAT’S PRETTY HARD
FOR BEGINNER BALLERINAS.
HMM. (GASP)
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BOX! THERE MUST BE SOMETHING
VERY SPECIAL INSIDE! YOU’RE RIGHT!GRANDMA AND I
MADE A DELICIOUS TREAT
FOR AFTER BALLET PRACTICE.THEY’RE SUGAR PLUMS.THAT GIVES ME
A GREAT IDEA, RUBY! I KNOW WHAT BALLET
DANCE WE CAN DO! BOTH:
THE DANCE OF THE SUGAR PLUM
FAIRY!RUBY:
GRANDMA WOULD LOVE THAT!
SUGAR PLUMS! (GASPS) THOSE ARE FOR AFTER OUR
BALLERINA PRACTICE, MAX! LOUISE:
DANCING LIKE A SUGAR PLUM
IS EASIER THAN DANCING LIKE A SWAN,
RUBY. BUT SUGAR PLUM FAIRIES
NEED TO DO A FULL PIROUETTE. YOU MEAN WHERE YOU TURN
ALL THE WAY AROUND, ON ONE TOE? HM-HM. NEITHER OF US HAS
EVER DONE ONE! THEN THIS IS THE DAY
TO TRY! WHOA! THAT’S WHAT PRACTICING
IS FOR! (TRAIN CHUGS AND WHISTLES) SUGAR PLUMS! YOU CAN HAVE A SUGAR PLUM
AFTER THE PERFORMANCE, MAX. WHY DON’T YOU PLAY
WITH YOUR OTHER TOYSWHILE WE PRACTICE?MAYBE IT WOULD HELP IF WE WARM UP WITH THE FIVE
BALLET POSITIONS. GOOD IDEA, RUBY! FIRST POSITION. SECOND POSITION. THIRD POSITION. FOURTH POSITION. AND FIFTH. AND HOLD… AND REPEAT.RUBY:
FIRST POSITION!
SECOND POSITION. (WHIRRING) THIRD POSITION! (WHIRRING) FOURTH POSITION! FIFTH POSITION.AND…. RELAX!(WHIRRING)RUBY:
MAX!
YOU HAVE TO WAIT TILL
WE’RE FINISHED OUR DANCE. WHY DON’T YOU PLAY
WITH ONE OF YOUR OTHER TOYS TO KEEP YOUR MIND OFF
THE SUGAR PLUMS. NOW THAT WE’RE WARMED UP, LET’S TRY TO DO
A PIROUETTE. YOU GO FIRST,
LOUISE. OKAY! (EFFORT NOISES)
AHHH! WOW! YOU ALMOST WENT
ALL THE WAY AROUND. LET ME TRY. (EFFORT NOISES)
OOOH!LOUISE:
MAYBE A SWAN IS EASIER
THAN A SUGAR PLUM
AFTER ALL! BALLERINAS NEED
TO BE STRONG, AND THEY NEED
TO PRACTICE. LET’S TRY AGAIN. OOPS! OOOH! (EFFORT GRUNTS) (WHIRRING)ROBOT VOICE:
ALERT! ALERT!
INCOMING!(GASPS) MAX, THESE SUGAR PLUMS ARE FOR AFTER
THE BALLET PERFORMANCE!LOUIS:
RUBY,
MAYBE IT WOULD BE EASIER
TO PRACTICE PIROUETTES IF WE DID THEM
TO MUSIC. THAT’S A GREAT IDEA,
LOUISE. DANCING IS ALWAYS
EASIER TO MUSIC. (BALLET MUSIC PLAYS) ♪♪♪ HERE COMES THE PART WHERE
WE DO THE PIROUETTE! BOTH:
OOOH! OOPS! WE ALMOST DID IT,
LOUISE! LET’S TRY AGAIN! (TAPE REWINDS) (GASPS) MAX! I TOLD YOU, MAX. GRANDMA’S COMING TO SEE
THE DANCE OF THE SUGAR PLUM FAIRY AND THEN WE CAN
ALL ENJOY THESE TREATS. BUT NOW, WE NEED TO PRACTICE! (DOORBEL RINGS) (GASPS) I THINK PRACTICE TIME
IS OVER, RUBY! GRANDMA! I HOPE I’M NOT TOO EARLY
FOR THE BIG PERFORMANCE, BUT I COULDN’T WAIT
ANY LONGER. I LOVE THE BALLET. YOU’RE JUST IN TIME
FOR THE DANCE OF THE SUGAR PLUM FAIRY. PLEASE WALK THIS WAY. IF I COULD WALK THAT WAY, I’D BE WEARING A TUTU TOO! (CHUCKLES)HELLO, MAX.ARE YOU HERE TO WATCH
THE DANCING SUGAR PLUMS? SUGAR PLUMS! ♪♪♪ (WHIRRING) (BALLET MUSIC PLAYS) (PLANE WHIRS) (GASPS) MAX! BRAVA! BRAVA!
(APPLAUDS) (GIGGLES) RUBY,
THAT WAS AMAZING! I HAVEN’T SEEN SUCH WONDERFUL
SUGAR PLUM PIROUETTES SINCE I SAW PAVLOVA DANCE IT. YOU MEAN…
I DID A PIROUETTE? NOT JUST ONE!
LOTS! I THINK THE PERFECT REWARD
FOR BOTH YOU BALLERINAS…AS WELL AS THE BUNNYWHO HELPED RUBY
DO HER PIROUETTES, IS TO HAVE ONE
OF THOSE DELICIOUS… SUGAR PLUMS!RUBY:
“MAX’S ANT FARM”
♪♪♪ MAX! MY FIRST DRESS-UP PARTY
IS ABOUT TO BEGIN AND YOU AREN’T EVEN READY!YOU WANT TO LOOK NICE
FOR MY PARTY,
DON’T YOU, MAX?ANTS!RUBY:
YOU CAN PLAY
WITH YOUR ANTS LATER.
DRESS-UP PARTIES
AND ANTS DO NOT GO TOGETHER! PERFECT! YOU LOOK GREAT, MAX. (DOORBELL RINGS) (GASP)
MY GUESTS ARE HERE! ♪♪♪ VALERIE:
THANK YOU FOR INVITING US
TO YOUR DRESS-UP PARTY. (DOOR SLAMS SHUT) ANTS! (MARCHING MUSIC) CAN YOU PLEASE HANG UP VALERIE, MARTHA
AND LOUISE’S COATS WHILE I SHOW OUR GUESTS
INTO THE LIVING ROOM, MAX? THANK YOU, MAX. THANK YOU, MAX. THANK YOU, MAX. ANTS?RUBY:
THANK YOU FOR COMING
TO MY PARTY.
I’VE PLANNED LOTS OF GAMES
AND ACTIVITIES AND REFRESHMENTS
FOR LATER ON. (CHEERING) THE SECRET TO
A SUCCESSFUL PARTY IS TO PLAN EVERYTHING SO THERE ARE
NO SURPRISES! YOU’RE RIGHT, RUBY. WILL YOU HELP ME
SERVE DRINKS, PLEASE! HHM. YOU HAVE TO ROUND UP
ALL YOUR ANTS BEFORE ANYONE
SEES THEM, OR MY PARTY
WILL BE RUINED! ANTS! (SIGHS) I’LL KEEP
OUR GUESTS BUSY. OH, WHO WANTS FRUIT PUNCH? ALL:
WE LOVE FRUIT PUNCH! (CHUCKLES) (SLURPS) MMM. FRUITY. (MARCHING MUSIC) (GASPS) SILLY ME!
(CHUCKLES) WE WERE SUPPOSED TO DANCE
BEFORE REFRESHMENTS. FOLLOW ME! EVERYBUNNY TAKE
YOUR PARTNER! VALERIE:
MAY I HAVE THIS DANCE,
MARTHA? MARTHA:
SURE VALERIE! SHALL WE? OH, YES. LETS! (GIGGLING) ANTS! OOH! RUBY:
OOOPS! EXCUSE ME! I WAS TRYING
A NEW STEP. (GASPS) EXCUSE ME AGAIN! I JUST HAVEN’T QUITE
GOT IT YET. IT’S PRETTY HARD
TO FOLLOW! MAYBE WE SHOULD
ALL TRY IT, RUBY! (GASPS) WOW! I DON’T THINK
I’M A GOOD ENOUGH DANCER TO DO THAT!RUBY:
UM, I’M SURE YOU CAN DO IT,
VALERIE.
(GIGGLE)
THAT TICKLES!
WHAT DOES, RUBY?RUBY:
IT UM…
TICKLES ME THAT WE’RE
ALL HAVING SO MUCH FUN! (LAUGHS) ANTS! NOW IT’S TIME TO MAKE
SHADOW ANIMALS. OOOOOH! SHADOW ANIMALS! I’VE GOT MY STAR LIGHT
STAR BRIGHT FLASHLIGHT, AND IF YOU’LL DIM
THE LIGHTS, PLEASE MAX?LOUISE, VALERIE, MARTHA:
OOOOH! GOOD ONE RUBY!
IT’S SO REAL!HAH! HERE LITTLE PUPPY!ANY REQUESTS? HOW ABOUT A DUCK? I LIKE BUTTERFLIES. OKAY. ANTS! THAT’S A FUNNY REQUEST,
MAX! (GASPS) I CAN’T DO ANTS! WHY DON’T WE ALL GO
TO THE DINING ROOMFOR SOME LADY FINGERS
AND MORE FRUIT PUNCH!
LOUISE:
LADYFINGERS! YUM! REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED
IN THE DINING ROOM. HERE, MAX! FOLLOW ME! ANTS!RUBY:
EVERY PARTY NEEDS
A CHANGE OF SCENERY.
I DECORATED THE DINING ROOM
MYSELF. (GASPS)NO!NO WHAT, RUBY? NO… NO PARTY IS COMPLETE
WITHOUT PLAYING A GAME! OKAY!
WHAT KIND OF GAME?RUBY:
UM…
LET’S PLAY WHO AM I. LET’S GO BACK INTO
THE LIVING ROOM. MAX, THEY’RE
IN THE DINING ROOM! (FRUSTRATED)
ANTS! (MARCHING MUSIC) ♪♪♪ ANTS! OH, I KNOW! I KNOW! YOU’RE RAPUNZEL! YOU’RE RIGHT, MARTHA! NOW IT’S YOUR TURN! WE’VE BEEN PLAYING
WHO AM I FOR A LONG TIME,
RUBY. OH, WELL… (MUNCHING) YOU’RE RIGHT AGAIN,
MARTHA! HOW ABOUT THOSE
REFRESHMENTS? VALERIE:
GOOD IDEA! MARTHA:
ALL THESE GAMES
HAVE MADE ME HUNGRY! MAX, ARE THOSE ANTS?! ALL:
(SQUEAL) OH NO! ALL:
WE LOVE ANTS! YOU DO? CAN WE SEE?VALERIE:
MARCHING ALL IN A ROW!
(GIGGLES) AH… (GIGGLE)
YOU SHOULD FEEL ONE! THEY TICKLE!
(GIGGLES)LOUISE:
YOU’RE A GREAT HOSTESS,
RUBY.
JUST WHEN WE THOUGHT YOUR PARTY
COULDN’T GET ANY BETTER, YOU TOP IT OFF
BY SHOWING US… ANTS!

The Ants Go Marching | Animated Nursery Rhymes and Songs For Children | Kids Song by TInyDreams

The Ants Go Marching | Animated Nursery Rhymes and Songs For Children | Kids Song by TInyDreams


The ants go marching one by one hurrah,hurrah hurrah The ants go marching one by one hurrah hurrah The ants go marching one by one The little one stops to suck his thumb And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching two by two hurrah hurrah hurrah The ants go marching two by two hurrah hurrah The ants go marching two by two The little one stops to tie his shoe And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching three by three hurrah hurrah The ants go marching three by three hurrah hurrah The ants go marching three by three The little one stops to climb a tree And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching four by four hurrah hurrah The ants go marching four by four hurrah hurrah The ants go marching four by four The little one stops to shut the door And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching five by five hurrah hurrah The ants go marching five by five hurrah hurrah The ants go marching five by five The little one stops to take a dive And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching six by six hurrah hurrah The ants go marching six by six hurrah hurrah The ants go marching six by six, The little one stops to pick up sticks And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching seven by seven hurrah hurrah The ants go marching seven by seven hurrah hurrah he ants go marching seven by seven The little one stops to go to heaven And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching eight by eight hurrah hurrah The ants go marching eight by eight hurrah hurrah The ants go marching eight by eight The little one stops to shut the gate And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching nine by nine hurrah hurrah The ants go marching nine by nine hurrah hurrah The ants go marching nine by nine The little one stops to scratch his spine And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! The ants go marching ten by ten hurrah hurrah The ants go marching ten by ten hurrah hurrah The ants go marching ten by ten The little one stops to say “THE END” And they all go marching down to the ground BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

Measles Explained β€” Vaccinate or Not?

Measles Explained β€” Vaccinate or Not?


Recently there has been
a lot of talk about measles. What does measles actually do,
and should you vaccinate against it? Or is this just hysteria? Measles is a virus: a hull of proteins, RNA, plus some more proteins for reproduction. It cannot reproduce by itself;
it needs a host cell to do so. To understand measles, we have to
understand the immune system. You might already have seen the visual system we developed
to help here. Now, let’s focus on the parts of
the immune system relevant to measles. The measles virus enters humans
through the nose, mouth, or eyes. The measles infection starts in the lungs. Measles is especially good at infecting
the body’s first line of defence: macrophages, powerful guard cells
that protect the lungs from intruders. They enter a cell and take it over. The virus reprograms the cell and transforms it into a dangerous
virus production center. Once a cell is filled with viruses, they leave the crippled cell
and begin the cycle over again. But the immune system has
powerful weapons against virus infections: natural killer cells. These cells basically patrol the body
and check other cells for infections. If they find an infected cell,
they order it to commit suicide. This is so effective that for
the first 10 days or so, you will not even notice that
you’re infected with measles. And now, the reason why measles
is so powerful. After a period of fighting and dying, macrophages alert the brain of the
immune system: the dendritic cells. The job of the dendritic cells is
to collect samples of intruders, travel to the lymph nodes, and then activate the heavy weapons that eradicate the infection very fast
in a team effort. But the measles virus uses
a dreadful tactic. It infects the dendritic cells and uses them as a Trojan horse
to enter deeper into the body. The infected cells travel to the next
lymph node to alert other immune cells. Once it arrives, the measles virus spreads around the
virgin T and B cells and infects them. It attacks the very system that
evolved to fight it. Now, things happen very fast. The lymph system spreads the virus
everywhere and it enters the bloodstream, infecting cells while traveling. Measles infects organs like the spleen, the liver, the intestines,
and, most importantly, the lungs. The symptoms range from a very high fever, headache, sickness,
bronchitis, and, of course, a rash. In the lungs, the immune system was
doing pretty okay. But now, millions of viruses
attack a second time and kill countless cells, wiping out
the defense systems. In this phase, you start coughing out
millions of measles viruses. Measles is so contagious at this stage, that if you meet someone
who isn’t vaccinated, there’s about a 90% chance
you’ll infect them. Without the protective army in the lungs,
other bacteria or viruses that would usually not stand a chance can
now enter the lungs and develop into harmful parallel infections that
can cause pneumonia, the most common way to
die from measles. Your body’s immune system is now
seriously wounded. Various protective systems are hurt
and disrupted. The virus spreads everywhere, infecting
the skin all over the body. The typical measles rash now
becomes visible. And in some cases, the measles virus reaches the brain and causes
a brain infection. If it does so, the chances of dying
are between 20 to 40 percent, and there may be long-term damage. But your body is far from giving
up at this stage, and it fights back agressively. Some dendritic cells survive
long enough to activate the anti-virus forces of the body. Plasma cells in the lymph nodes
start producing billions of antibodies, tiny proteins that mark infected cells
for destruction or clump the virus together. Killer T cells flood the body
and kill infected cells left and right. After 2 to 3 weeks, the body usually gets the upper hand and overwhelms
the infection. But the immune system is now
seriously weakened, and may take weeks or months to recover, leaving the body vulnerable
to other diseases. But, if you make it, you are now immune: the immune system remembers
the virus forever. Measles is no joke. Although 84% of all humans are
vaccinated against measles, 122,000 people died because
of the infection in 2014. Some people cannot get vaccinations, either because they’re too young,
because of chemotherapy or HIV, or because they’re allergic
to the vaccine. They need the rest of us to
stop the disease for them. The measles vaccination is
safe, cheap, and available. There are no benifits from having
measles at all. You don’t strengthen your immune
system and it’s not more natural. Most people who don’t vaccinate
only want the best for their children, which is honorable. But if you ask yourself, “Am I putting the life of my child
and other children at risk by not vaccinating against measles?” The sad answer is yes. Yes, you are. Let’s not play the blame game, though. Let’s work together and
eradicate this virus. Together, we can get rid of these
dreadful monsters and consign them to their rightful place:
the history books. Subtitles by the Amara.org community

Miss Spider’s – A Scarey Scaly Tale / A Bug-A-Boo Day Play – Ep. 13


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ GOOD MORNING. (HISSING) (GASP)
(WHISPERS) SNAKE. OH! AGH! BUGS:
(PANICKED CRIES) WE’VE GOT TO WARN
ALL OF SUNNY PATCH! (PLAYING GUITAR) SQUIRT:
ARRRR! HOLLEY:
WHOA! OOF. SQUIRT:
I’M CAPTAIN SEA
SERPENT SQUIRT! THE BRAVEST PIRATE IN THE PUDDLESCUM
PIRATE GANG! ALL:
ARRRRGH! HOLLEY:
(CHUCKLES) YOU’RE A PRETTY SCARY BUNCH,
ALL RIGHT. YOU NEARLY SCARED
THE WEBBING OUT OF ME! WE’RE GOING DOWN
TO THE TADDY PUDDLE TO DIG FOR BURIED TREASURE. AND MAKE PRISONERS
WALK THE PLANK! ARRRR! DOUBLE ARRR! MISS SPIDER:
NOT TODAY, I’M AFRAID. I WANT YOU KIDS
TO STICK CLOSE TO HOME. AW, MOM! HOW COME? I JUST SPOKE TO BEETRICE. SHE WAS GATHERING NECTAR AND SAW A SNAKE
IN SUNNY PATCH. A SNAKE! BOUNCE:
SCARY! WHERE? WHERE? WHERE? EASY DOES IT, BOUNCE. NOT ALL SNAKES
ARE SCARY, YOU KNOW. MISS SPIDER:
A SMART BUG JUST STEERS CLEAR AND LETS THEM GO
ABOUT THEIR BUSINESS. CAPTAIN SEA
SERPENT SQUIRT ISN’T AFRAID
OF ANY OLD SNAKE! HAH!
I’D JUST DO THIS… HAH! AND THEN THAT…
HAH-HAH! AND THEN I’D FINISH UP
WITH A BIG WHOPPING… HAH-AH-AHH! OOF! MISS SPIDER:
(GIGGLES) EVEN BRAVE
LITTLE SPIDERS HAVE TO STAY NEAR
THE HOLLOW TREE TODAY, SQUIRT. OKAY, MOM. ARRR! BOUNCE:
LET’S PLAY BUGGY IN THE MIDDLE! BUGGY IN THE MIDDLE! SQUIRT:
HAVING A BALL! DRAGON:
MY TURN. A SNAKE IN SUNNY PATCH, HUH? YEAH.
SUPER SCARY, HUH? DAD SAYS
NOT TO BE AFRAID. WELL, I’M NOT AFRAID
OF ANYTHING. UGH! (CRASH) OOPS. ALL:
(GASP) UH-OH. WAY TO GO. HOW ARE WE GOING
TO GET OUR BALL BACK? SQUIRT’S GOING
TO GET IT. YOU’RE NOT AFRAID
OF ANYTHING, REMEMBER? (GULP) UH-OH. (SIGHS) RIGHT… MAYBE SPIDERUS
DIDN’T HEAR THE BALL. (GASP) WHOSE BALL IS THIS? UM, MINE. YOU ADMIT YOU THREW IT
INTO MY LAIR? I, I DIDN’T MEAN TO. I’M SORRY
IF ANYTHING’S BROKEN. MAYBE I CAN FIX IT. WELL, MOST OTHERS RUN AWAY
INSTEAD OF OWNING UP. YOU’VE GOT MOXIE,
MY LAD. MOXIE? PRECISELY. YOU DON’T SCARE EASILY. I ADMIRE MOXIE. (GULP) DOES THAT MEAN
I CAN HAVE THE BALL BACK? WELL,
I SUPPOSE SO. IF YOU PLAY WITH IT
OVER THERE. (CACKLE) HMM. DO YOU SEE IT?
DO YOU SEE IT? SHIMMER:
I THOUGHT HE THREW IT
OVER HERE. AW. WE’RE NEVER
GOING TO FIND IT! HEY, THERE’S A BUSH DOWN
IN THE DRIBBLY DELL THAT’S FULL
OF HOLLY BERRIES. WE CAN GO THERE
AND GET A NEW BALL. GOOD IDEA! BUT MOM SAID
TO STAY NEAR HOME.SHIMMER:
THERE’S A SNAKE OUT THERE,
REMEMBER?
SQUIRT:
WELL, I’M NOT AFRAID TO GO. I HAVE MOXIE. SHIMMER:
CAREFUL SQUIRT. SEE? I TOLD YOU
IT WOULD BE ALL RIGHT.(GASP)SNAKE!SHIMMER:
SQUIRT! EW.
HEY!
IT’S NOT MOVING. DRAGON:
WHAT? THE SNAKE! IT’S NOT MOVING. HA!
I’VE GOT MOXIE. ME, TOO. YOU GUYS BETTER
STAY HERE. OOH. DRAGON:
MAYBE IT’S SLEEPING. NOBODY’S HOME. IT’S AN EMPTY SNAKE. SHIMMER:
I KNOW WHAT IT IS! A SNAKE SKIN! REMEMBER WHAT MR. MANTIS
TAUGHT US IN CLASS? WHEN A SNAKE GROWS,
IT SHEDS ITS SKIN. SPINNER:
JUST LIKE US. WE SHED OUR OUTSIDE
EXOSKELETONS WHEN WE GROW, TOO. YEAH. THAT MUST BE
WHAT THIS IS. WHOA! BOUNCE:
CAN THE SNAKE SKIN EAT US? NO, BOUNCE.
IT’S SAFE.(RATTLE NOISE)(FRIGHTENED GASPS) HA! HA!
SCARED YOU!SHIMMER:
SQUIRT!
ANYBODY WOULD’VE
BEEN SCARED! A SNAKE IS A BIG AND SCARY
THING FOR A LITTLE BUG. BOUNCE:
ESPECIALLY A SNAKE
THAT RATTLES. HEY! I HAVE
A SUPER-SPIDERIFIC IDEA! ALL:
WE’RE DOIN’ OUR FAKEY
SNAKEY DANCE! SCARING OUR FRIENDS
RIGHT OUTTA THEIR PANTS! GRUBS AND BEETLES
AND BEES AND ANTS ARE SCARED OF OUR FAKEY
SNAKEY DANCE! SLITHER, SLITHER,
HISS AND RATTLE WHEN BUGS SEE US
THEY ALL SKEDADDLE SNEAKING UP THROUGH
THE LEAVES N’ PLANTS DOING THE FAKEY,
SNAKEY DANCE! (GIGGLES) SHHH. (SNORING)(FAKE SNAKE RATTLE)(SCREAMS) DRAGON:
(LAUGHS)GRUB SURE LOOKS FUNNY
WHEN HE’S SCARED.
SQUIRT:
COME ON, LET’S GO SCARE
SOMEBUGGY ELSE!
(SLURP) (SIGH) THIS IS THE LIFE,
EH, MATE? (CHUCKLE) YOU CAN SAY THAT AGAIN,
BROTHER O’ MINE. NO HURRY. NO WORRY. NO FLURRY
OR SCURRY. BOTH:
(SIGH)(FAKE SNAKE RATTLE)(PANICKED CRIES) DID YOU SEE THAT? ALL:
(LAUGH) SCARY IS FUNNY! ALL:
(LAUGHS) (FAKE SNAKE RATTLE) AHHH! ALL:
(LAUGH) (HOLLEY PLAYING GUITAR) MISS SPIDER!
HOLLEY! IS SOMETHING WRONG,
BEETRICE? THERE’S BEEN ANOTHER
SNAKE SIGHTING. OH DEAR. OH MY. BEETRICE:
IT SCARED POOR GRUB
AND THE ANT BROTHERS. I’VE SENT THE SWARM OUT
TO WARN THE OTHER NEIGHBOURS. MUST FLY NOW. MISS SPIDER:
WE BETTER GET THE KIDS INSIDE. HOLLEY:
I’LL CALL THEM. (GASP) UH-OH.SPIDERUS:
(HUMMING AND SINGING)
SHHH.KIDS:
(GIGGLING)
YES, ANOTHER PERFECT WEB. OH, SPIDERUS, THERE IS NO MORE FEARSOME HUNTER
IN ALL OF SUNNY PATCH THAN YOU. NOW, LET’S DO LUNCH.
(EVIL LAUGH)(FAKE SNAKE RATTLE)HUH? (GASP) SNAKE! AHHHHH! WHOA! HELP! HELP ME! HELP! (SOBS) KIDS:
(LAUGH) LOOK AT HIS FACE! HE’S NOT SO BIG
AND SCARY NOW. KIDS:
(LAUGH)MISS SPIDER:
HM…
UH OH.BOUNCE:
HI MOM, HI DAD.
HOLLEY:
(GRUNTS WITH EFFORT) MISS SPIDER:
SCARING BUGS ISN’T FUN, IT’S MEAN. AND IT CAN BE DANGEROUS. SHIMMER:
WE’RE SORRY, MOM. YOU HAVE ALL OF SUNNY PATCH
IN AN UPROAR. I THINK YOU SHOWED
VERY POOR JUDGMENT PRETENDING YOU WERE A-HOLLEY AND SPIDERUS:
SNAKE!
SNAKE:
HISSSSSS!
(SCARED MOANING) MISS SPIDER:
CHILDREN, FOLLOW ME. QUICK AND QUIET NOW. (WHIMPERING)
OOH. SALUTATIONS,
SISTER. SALUTATIONS,
YOURSELF. WHAT DOES
SALUTATIONS MEAN? SHHH… WOULD YOU CARE
TO TRAVEL TOGETHER ON THE SLITHER HOME? PERHAPS
WE CAN MEET LATER. THEN I WILL SEE YOU
IN THE SNAKEY WOODS. HAVE A
PLEASANT DAY. ALL:
(SIGH OF RELIEF) YOU KNOW,
SHE WAS REALLY NICE. I THINK IT’S TIME
YOU LITTLE BUGS DID YOUR FAKEY-SNAKY-DANCE RIGHT BACK
TO THE COZY HOLE. KIDS:
AW… AHEM. KIDS:
OKAY. OKAY MOM. (PLAYING GUITAR) PRETTY QUIET
THIS EVENING. MM-HM. (SIGH) GETTING SCARED
BY A REAL SNAKE KINDA TOOK
THE MOXIE OUT OF ME. YEAH. BEING SCARED
IS NO FUN. WELL, I’M GLAD YOU
UNDERSTAND THAT NOW. I GUESS IT WAS
PRETTY MEAN TO GO AROUND
SPOOKING OTHER BUGS. AHEM. KIDS:
(GASP) COME IN,
SPIDERUS. I JUST THOUGHT… WELL, NONE OF THIS
WOULD’VE HAPPENED IF I HADN’T SCARED
THE CHILDREN TODAY… AND THEN THEY TRIED
TO SCARE ME BACK. NOT THAT THEY DID,
OF COURSE. IT WASN’T YOUR FAULT,
SPIDERUS. WE SHOULDN’T HAVE
PRETENDED TO BE A SNAKE. SCARING OTHERS
DOESN’T MAKE YOU BRAVE. AHEM.
WELL, YES, YES. I’LL KEEP THAT
IN MIND. IN THE MEANTIME
HERE! A NEW HOLLYBALL?! OTHER KIDS:
YAY! WHOA! OOH. THANKS. LET’S PLAY
BUGGIE-IN-THE-MIDDLE! BUGGIE-IN-THE-MIDDLE! OKAY, YOU’RE IT,
SPIDERUS! I’VE GOT IT! WHOO HOO! OOH. KIDS:
(GIGGLE) ALMOST, SPIDERUS!
TRY AGAIN! KIDS:
(GIGGLE, SHOUT) OH, THIS GAME IS BORING. I’M NOT PLAYING ANYMORE. COME ON, SPIDERUS! DON’T GIVE UP YET. YOU’VE GOT MOXIE! YOU’RE RIGHT. I DO, DON’T I? ONE MORE TIME. I’VE GOT IT. OH DRAT. ALL RIGHT,
THIS TIME FOR SURE… OR NOT. (SIGH)BOUNCE:
BOO! GUESS WHO?
DRAGON:
I ALREADY KNOW
IT’S YOU, BOUNCE.
BOUNCE:
OH. NO FAIR!
ALMOST DONE, HONEY.
HOLD STILL. TA DA! HEY, EVERYBUGGY,
LOOK AT ME! BUK BUK BUK BOO! (GIGGLES) WHO LET IN THE CHICKEN? IT’S JUST ME IN MY BUG-A-BOO DAY
COSTUME, BOUNCE. OOH… SCARY. OUR COSTUMES
ALL LOOK GREAT. THANKS, MOM. YEAH. JUST WISH WE HAD SOMEBUGGY
TO TEST ‘EM OUT ON BEFORE BUG-A-BOO DAY. HOLLEY:
♪ BUG-A-BOO DAY… ♪ ♪ BOO BA DEE BOO! ♪ ♪ TREATS FOR ME
TREATS FOR YOU! ♪ WHOA-HO-HO! WHY, HEY, IN THERE! SOMEBUGGY WANNA GIVE THEIR
OLD DAD A HAND OR SEVEN? HEY, HON. KINDA QUIET IN THE OLD
COZY HOLE TONIGHT. WHERE ARE THE KIDS? GOLLY, THEY WERE HERE
A MINUTE AGO…KIDS:
(SCARY MOANS AND GROANS)
BOO! BOO! BOO! BOO! BOO! WHOA! OOF. DON’T WORRY, DAD. IT’S JUST ME,
BOUNCE! (CHUCKLES) HAD ME GOING THERE. WITH THOSE COSTUMES ON I THOUGHT WE HAD OURSELVES
A HAUNTED COZY HOLE. THESE COSTUMES
ARE SPIDERIFIC. WONDER WHAT ELSE
WE COULD USE THEM FOR? HEY EVERYBUGGY, WHY DON’T WE USE
OUR COSTUMES TO PUT ON A BUG-A-BOO DAY
PLAY! WIGGLE:
THAT SOUNDS LIKE FUN! SQUIRT:
YEAH! WE COULD PLAY
ALL THE PARTS! AND INVITE
ALL THE NEIGHBOURS! MISS SPIDER:
WHAT A GREAT IDEA! BUT PUTTING ON A PLAY’S
A LOT OF WORK, SHIMMER. I KNOW. BUT IF ALL MY BUGGY BROTHERS
AND SISTERS PITCH IN,IT’LL BE FUN, TOO!RIGHT? KIDS:
YEAH FUN! THIS’LL BE GREAT!
ALL RIGHT! COOL! (SNORES) WAKE UP, SLEEPYBUGS! I’VE ALREADY STARTED
WRITING OUR PLAY! HMM? OH, THAT’S,
THAT’S NICE. (YAWNS) SEE WHAT I’VE GOT SO FAR? THERE’S AN ENCHANTED FOREST FULL O’ FUNNY BUG GHOSTIES
AND SPIDER SPIRITS THAT COME TO LIFE
AND SING SONGS! WHO WANTS TO HELP ME
WRITE IT? (YAWN)
I WILL, SHIMMER. YEAH.
ME, TOO.MISS SPIDER:
BREAKFAST TIME,
LITTLE BUGS!
FRESH BERRIES AND NUTCAKES!WIGGLE:
RIGHT AFTER WE EAT!
BERRY TIME!
YUM! YUM! YUM! SO THE ENCHANTED FOREST
WORKS FOR EVERYBUGGY, THEN? I THINK WE’RE GONNA NEED
MORE TWIGS FOR THE STAGE! COMING RIGHT UP,
SHIMMER! (GRUNTS) HOW MANY MORE SEATS
ARE WE GONNA NEED? SHIMMER:
LOTS AND LOTS! EVERYBUGGY IN SUNNY PATCH
IS GONNA WANT TO SEE “THE BUG-A-BOO
HULLABALOO!”BOUNCE:
OW.
WHAT’S A “HULLABALOO?” YOU KNOW, LOTS OF FUN
AND LOTS OF NOISE! OOH. NOISE. I LIKE NOISE. (HUMMING)SPIDERUS:
(CLEARS THROAT)
OH, SPIDERUS. HOPE THE CHILDREN
DIDN’T DISTURB YOU. THEY’RE PUTTING ON A
LITTLE BUG-A-BOO DAY PLAY. SPIDERUS:
YES, I HEARD. THAT SHIMMER OF YOURS
REMINDS ME OF MYSELF WHEN I WAS A YOUNG
THESPIAN. YOU WERE AN ACTOR? OH AND SINGER
AND DANCER. ♪ DO-DO-DO… ♪ TA-DA! MISS SPIDER:
(APPLAUDS) BRAVO! OF COURSE,
I DON’T PERFORM ANYMORE THAT IS, UNLESS SOMEONE
ASKS ME TO. MISS SPIDER:
SORRY, SPIDERUS, BUT THE CHILDREN ARE PLAYING
ALL THE PARTS THEMSELVES. AHEM.
OH WELL, YES, YES. PITY. HEY, SHIMMER, WHERE DO YOU WANT
THESE CURTAINS? A LITTLE HIGHER.
THANKS, DRAGON. (GRUNTS WITH EFFORT) HEY! I’M NOT FINISHED
WITH THEM YET! SNACK:
GOLLY, ARE YOU BUSY BUGS
GONNA HAVE TIME TO COME TO MY BUG-A-BOO
PARTY TONIGHT? DON’T WORRY, SNACK. WE’LL PUT ON OUR PLAY
AND HAVE PLENTY OF TIME LEFT FOR CHEWING FACES
ON PUMPKINS! OH YEAH,
THE PUMPKINS. HEY, ONE OF US SHOULD PROBABLY
GO TO THE PUMPKIN PATCH AND PICK OUT A GOOD ONE. I VOLUNTEER!
SEE YOU!SPINNER:
OW! HEY!
YOU KNOW,
PUMPKIN PICKING ISN’T AS EASY
AS IT LOOKS. YEAH. MAYBE WE SHOULD GIVE
DRAGON SOME HELP. SEE YOU.PANSY:
BYE!
OKAY, BUT, BUT HURRY BACK! WE’VE STILL GOT
A LOT OF WORK TO DO BEFORE THE SHOW TONIGHT. DON’T WORRY, SHIMMER. BUILDING THINGS
IS MY SPECIALTY! ALMOST DONE
WITH THE CURTAINS. HOW’S THE STAGE COMING,
SPINNER? (GRUNTS WITH EFFORT) I THINK I NEED
TO TAKE A BREAK! THAT’S OKAY, SPINNER. WE’LL MANAGE. GUESS WE’LL JUST
HAVE TO WORK A LITTLE BIT HARDER. RIGHT, SHOW BUGS? SQUIRT AND SNOWDROP:
(EXHALE) WE’LL TRY OUR BEST,
SHIMMER. YEAH. BUT WE’LL HAVE
TO HURRY. YEAH, HURRY. THAT’S THE SPIRIT! BEETRICE:
HI, KIDS! HI BEETRICE. I JUST WHIPPED UP SOME
SPECIAL BUG-A-BOO TREATS AND I COULD SURE USE
A TASTE TESTER. ANYBUGGY INTERESTED? ME! ME! ME! SEE YOU!SORRY, SHIMMER!BUT BEETRICE NEEDS MY TUMMY!(SIGHS) (EXCITED GASPS) OH BOY,
OH BOY! BE CAREFUL!BOUNCE:
BOUNCE AWAY!
OH NO! OKAY, BUG ACTORS,
TIME TO REHEARSE “BUG-A-BOO HULLABALOO.” SHIMMER, HOW ARE WE GONNA
PUT ON YOUR PLAY? IT’S GOT EIGHT PARTS. YEAH. AND THERE’S ONLY
THREE OF US LEFT. HMM. GUESS WE’LL EACH HAVE TO PLAY
MORE THAN ONE PART. BUT WE CAN DO IT. IT’LL JUST TAKE
A LITTLE EXTRA REHEARSAL. WOW, THIS FOREST
IS FULL OF MAGIC! LOOK! HERE COMES
A TALKING FLOWER!PSST! SQUIRT!HUH? OH. OH. OH, DEAR ME.
I AM SO LONELY. IF ONLY SOMEONE
WOULD PICK ME, I COULD BE PART OF
A BEAUTIFUL BOUQUET. BOUQUET! OH, OH RIGHT.
BOUQUET. STOP. SQUIRT! IT DOESN’T MAKE SENSE WHEN YOU’RE DRESSED
LIKE A CHICKEN. I KNOW, BUT I DIDN’T
HAVE TIME TO CHANGE. SNOWDROP:
GREETINGS,
MAGIC FLOWER. WANT TO SING A SPOOKY SONG
WITH AN ENCHANTED BERRY? ENCHANTED BERRY? SNOWDROP,
YOU’RE DRESSED AS A BEE! BUT I DON’T HAVE
A BERRY COSTUME. OKAY,
WE’LL MAKE YOU ONE. (LONG SIGH) LET’S TRY IT AGAIN. YOU KNOW, SHIMMER, WE DON’T REALLY HAVE
MUCH TIME LEFT.SHIMMER:
WHAT?!
SNOWDROP:
YEAH. THE PUMPKIN CHEWING PARTY’S
GONNA START PRETTY SOON. IN FACT I THINK
IT ALREADY HAS. SOUNDS LIKE FUN. WHY DON’T YOU GUYS
HEAD ON OVER. OKAY. UM, WHY DON’T YOU
COME WITH US, SHIMMER? YEAH. NOTHING LIKE CHEWING
A FACE IN A PUMPKIN TO CHEER A BUG UP! MAYBE LATER. (SIGHS) GUESS I DIDN’T REALIZE HOW MUCH WORK THIS PLAY
WAS GONNA BE. BETTER SHAKE A LEG,
SUGAR! SHIMMER’S PLAY IS DUE
TO START ANY MINUTE!BOUNCE:
(MOAN)
HUH? UH-OH. GOODNESS,
WHAT WAS THAT? SOUNDS LIKE SOMEBUGGY’S UP
TO MORE DAD-SCARING HIJINKS. SOUNDS MORE LIKE
A LITTLE BUG SINGING THE BELLY-ACHE
BLUES TO ME. (MOAN) MISS SPIDER:
OH… ARE YOU ALL RIGHT? BEETRICE:
OH, I’M AFRAID BOUNCE
DID HIS TASTE TASTING JOB A TAD TOO WELL. MISS SPIDER:
OH YOU’LL FEEL BETTER WHEN
WE GET BACK HOME, HONEY. DON’T SAY HONEY. (GROAN) MISS SPIDER:
GOSH, I HOPE POOR SHIMMER CAN PUT ON HER PLAY
WITH ONE LESS ACTOR. I’D LIKE TO THANK
ALL OF YOU FOR COMING OUT
TO SEE OUR PLAY. UNFORTUNATELY, “BUG-A-BOO HULLABALOO”
HAS BEEN CANCELLED. ANTS:
(GASP) OH NO,
SAY IT AIN’T SO, LUV. WE CAME TO SEE
A SHOW! YEAH. WE’RE LIKE,
WHAT DO YOU CALL… THE FANS OF
THE DRAMATIC ARTS! SORRY, BUT I JUST DIDN’T HAVE TIME
TO PUT IT ALL TOGETHER BEFORE THE PUMPKIN PARTY. PARTY?! YAY! OUT OF ME WAY,
MATE! TED AND NED:
(LAUGH) PARTY! WOO-HOO! (SIGH) WELL,
THAT’S SORTA LIKE APPLAUSE.MISS SPIDER:
SHIMMER?
WHAT HAPPENED TO YOUR
BUG-A-BOO PLAY? GUESS IT TURNED OUT
TO BE A BUG-A-BOO-BOO. I ALREADY CANCELLED
THE SHOW. THAT’S SUCH
A SHAME. YOU’VE GOT THE STAGE,
THE SETS, THE SCRIPT AND EVEN THE COSTUMES. BUT WITHOUT ACTORS
TO WEAR THEM, HOW CAN I PUT ON A PLAY? HMM. MAYBE YOU’VE JUST GOT TO
USE A LITTLE IMAGINATION! HMM. DRAGON:
YIPPEE! (GIGGLES) YA-HOO! THIS PUMPKIN IS AWESOME! BEETRICE:
HEY KIDS, I JUST SAW
SOME SPOOKY GOBLINS AND MAGICAL CREATURES DANCING UP A STORM
BACK THERE! BACK WHERE? OVER AT
THE HOLLOW TREE! HEY, THAT’S WHERE SHIMMER
WAS GONNA PUT ON HER SHOW. WHAT’RE WE
WAITING FOR?! LET’S GO!KIDS:
YEAH! YEAH!
LET’S GO. WAIT FOR ME.
♪ SPIDERUS:
♪ WELCOME TO OUR HULLABALOO, ♪ ♪ WITH DANCING GHOSTS ♪ ♪ AND GOBLINS
WHO FLY AND FLOAT ♪ ♪ AND PLAY TRICKS ON YOU ♪ ♪ IT’S ALL IN FUN
SO DON’T BOO-HOO ♪ ♪ JUST HAVE A HAPPY
BUG-A-BOO! ♪ KIDS:
(GASPS, THEN GIGGLES) ♪ OH-HO!
WHAT A FRIGHTENING SIGHT! ♪ ♪ WE’RE DANCING
IN THE PALE MOONLIGHT ♪ ♪ HIGH ABOVE LIKE
SHIMMERING KITES ♪ ♪ COME JOIN US
ON THIS SCARY NIGHT. ♪ AUDIENCE:
(GIGGLES)(GASPS)SPIDERUS:
(HUMMING) (GIGGLES) ALL:
♪ JUST HAVE A HAPPY
BUG-A-BOO! ♪ WOW! SHIMMER PUT ON
A GREAT SHOW, HUH? YEAH! I WONDER HOW SHE GOT
ALL THAT STUFF TO FLOAT? SQUIRT:
LOOKS LIKE SHE HAD MOM
PULL A FEW STRINGS. BOTH:
(GIGGLE) THANKS, EVERYBUGGY. BUT I COULDN’T HAVE DONE IT
WITHOUT MY MOM AND DAD! YOU’RE WELCOME,
SWEETIE. SHIMMER:
AND SPIDERUS AND BOUNCE! (APPLAUSE AND CHEERING) LOOKS LIKE YOUR SHOW’S
A BIG HIT, SHIMMER! YEAH! JUST SHOWS YOU
WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH A LOT
OF HARD WORK, HUH? SHIMMER:
AND A WHOLE LOT
OF IMAGINATION. AUDIENCE:
(CHEERS)

Miss Spider’s – Country Bug-Kin / A Star Fell On Sunny Patch – Ep. 4

Miss Spider’s – Country Bug-Kin / A Star Fell On Sunny Patch – Ep. 4


♪ Spiders are spinning away
in the trees, ♪ ♪ Buggies are bouncing
and riding the breeze; ♪ ♪ Gliding through the sky, ♪ ♪ We’re flying high,
the fun we hatch ♪ ♪ In Sunny Patch. ♪ ♪ Coming home for hugs, ♪ ♪ Be good to bugs. ♪ SQUIRT:
WOO-HOO! BUGS AWAY! DRAGON:
(CHUCKLES) BEING A KITE SURE HAS
ITS UPS AND DOWNS! SHIMMER:
AND YOU THOUGHT
IT WAS GONNA BE A BREEZE! (CHUCKLES) BOUNCE:
(GIGGLES)HEY, WHY’S EVERYBODY SPINNING
AROUND?
MISS SPIDER:
COME ON IN,
YOU BLUSTERY BUGGIES!
TIME FOR DINNER! SQUIRT:
AW, MOM! JUST A LITTLE LONGER,
PLEASE? MISS SPIDER:
WELL, JUST ONE MORE MINUTE. BOUNCE:
UH-OH!SOMETHING’S COMING!BUG OUT! BOTH:
WHOA! OOF! DRAGON:
HEY! HOLLEY:
WHERE IN THE WINDY WORLD
ARE THOSE LITTLE BUGS OF OURS? DRAGON:
WHOA! WHOA! OOOF! UM… WHAT’S FOR DINNER? (EXASPERATED SIGHS) WIGGLE:
WHAT DO YOU THINK IT IS? I DON’T KNOW,
BUT IT’S PRETTY. WOW! THIS IS DEFINITELY
ONE WEIRD LOOKING LEAF. WHOA! BOUNCE:
IT’S ALIVE! IT’S ALIVE! (CHUCKLES) WHAT? YOUR MOM NEVER TOLD YOU
IT’S NOT POLITE TO STARE? SQUIRT:
SORRY. I’VE NEVER SEEN A BUG
THAT LOOKS LIKE YOU BEFORE. IT’S COOL. I’VE NEVER SEEN COCKROACHES
WHO LOOK LIKE YOU GUYS EITHER. SHIMMER:
WE’RE NOT COCKROACHES. I’M A JEWEL BEETLE. MY NAME IS SHIMMER. WIGGLE:
I’M WIGGLE. SQUIRT:
AND I’M SQUIRT. WE’RE SPIDERS. COOL. THEY CALL ME SWEETIE. (GROAN) I’M STARVED. WHERE’S THE NEAREST
TRASH CAN? SQUIRT:
TRASH CAN? SWEETIE:
NO TRASH CANS? NO COCKROACHES? GEE, THIS IS NOTHING
LIKE THE CITY. SQUIRT:
WOW! YOU CAME ALL THE WAY
FROM THE CITY? HOW’D YOU GET HERE? SWEETIE:
BEATS ME. ONE MINUTE I’M CRAWLING
INTO THIS CANDY WRAPPER FOR A LITTLE CHOCOLATE. NEXT THING I KNOW
THE WIND BLOWS ME AWAY. WIGGLE:
WHAT’S CHOCOLATE? BOUNCE:
CHOCOLATE! YUM! SQUIRT:
…AND SHE LIVES IN THE CITY, AND SHE GETS HER FOOD
FROM A GARBAGE CAN! CHOCOLATE
AND PIZZA CRUSTS AND HAMBURGER SCRAPS
AND… WHAT DO YOU CALL
THAT STUFF? KETCHUP. WHAT’S KETCHUP? IT’S SWEET AND RED
AND COMES FROM A TOMATO. BOUNCE:
YUM! SQUIRT:
WHEN CAN WE EAT GARBAGE, MOM?! MISS SPIDER:
MAYBE SOME OTHER TIME,
SQUIRT. HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR BERRIES,
SWEETIE? SWEETIE:
NOT BAD. SORT OF TASTES LIKE
A JELLY DOUGHNUT. I CAN’T WAIT
TO TELL MY MOM… (SIGH) WHAT’S THE MATTER, SWEETIE? I’M STARTING TO MISS
MY FAMILY. MISS SPIDER:
OH, HONEY. HOLLEY:
DON’T WORRY. WE’LL FIND A WAY
TO GET YOU BACK HOME. MISS SPIDER:
FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. BUT RIGHT NOW,
IT’S BEDTIME FOR LITTLE BUGS. MISS SPIDER READING:
“AND THE THREE LITTLE EARWIGS
LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER.” SWEETIE:
CUTE STORY. THANKS, SQUIRT’S MOM.SQUIRT:
GOODNIGHT, MOM.
(WHISPERS) NIGHTY-NIGHT.
SWEET DREAMS. (BOUNCE SNORES)
CHOCOLATE… YUM. SWEETIE:
(GROAN) SQUIRT:
WHAT’S THE MATTER? SWEETIE:
BACK IN THE CITY,
I’D JUST BE WAKING UP NOW. REALLY? YEAH. SEE, COCKROACHES
ARE NOCTURNAL BUGS. SLEEP ALL DAY,
PLAY ALL NIGHT. SQUIRT:
WOW! LIVING IN THE CITY SOUNDS
LIKE ONE BIG OL’ BUG PARTY! SWEETIE:
(GIGGLE) I GUESS. WHATEVER. (OWL HOOTS
AND CRICKETS CHIRP) SQUIRT:
YOU KNOW, OUT HERE
IN THE COUNTRY WE HAVE CRITTERS
WHO STAY UP AT NIGHT, TOO. YOU DO? IN FACT, SUNNY PATCH AFTER DARK
IS A PRETTY SWINGING PLACE! C’MON, I’LL SHOW YOU AROUND. YOUR MOM AND DAD
LET YOU GO OUT AT NIGHT? SURE. WHATEVER. SWEETIE:
THEN LET’S SHAKE IT,
SQUIRT-STER! SQUIRT:
COME ON. WAIT ‘TIL YOU SEE
THIS NEW MORNING GLORY! SWEETIE:
SO WHERE’S THE FLOWER? UM, GUESS THAT’S WHY THEY’RE
CALLED MORNING GLORIES. BUT WE’VE GOT
LOTS OF OTHER STUFF THAT’LL MAKE YOUR EYES
BUG OUT! OOH! ANY CHOCOLATE? WELL… NO. BUT WE’VE GOT HONEY,
FRESH FROM THE HIVE!SWEETIE:
I THOUGHT HONEY ONLY CAME
FROM THOSE PLASTIC BEAR
SQUEEZE BOTTLES. SQUIRT:
HUH? BEETRICE:
(BUZZ SNORES) SWEETIE:
IS THIS A HONEY-MAKING MACHINE? SQUIRT:
KIND OF. BEETRICE:
SQUIRT? IS SOMETHING WRONG? NO, MA’AM. I WAS JUST WONDERING
IF MY FRIEND AND I CAN HAVE SOME FRESH HONEY?
PLEASE? WHAT?!
LOOK AT THE MOON! IT’S HALF PAST TREETOP! LITTLE BUGS LIKE YOU
SHOULD BE ASLEEP! SQUIRT:
SORRY TO BUG YOU.
‘NIGHT. SWEETIE:
OOH! I THINK WE WOKE HER UP. SQUIRT:
MISS BEE’S JUST BEEN
A LITTLE TESTY EVER SINCE THAT BEAR STUCK
ITS NOSE IN HER FRONT DOOR. (YAWN) SWEETIE:
AM I KEEPING YOU UP,
SQUIRT? SQUIRT:
NO, I STAY UP LATE
ALL THE TIME. I THINK I’M MORE
OF A DARK TIME BUG LIKE YOU. I KNOW! I’LL TAKE YOU TO WHERE
THE REAL NIGHT LIFE IS! THIS IS WHERE IT ALL HAPPENS
IN SUNNY PATCH, THE VILLAGE SQUARE! WHERE ALL
WHAT HAPPENS? WONDER WHERE
EVERY-BUGGY IS? LAST TIME I WAS HERE
AT NIGHT THEY HAD
A FIREFLY BALLET. HMM…LOOKS LIKE EVERYBODY’S ASLEEP.SQUIRT:
I GUESS, BUT WAIT TILL WE GET
TO THE CRICKET CAVE! THERE’S ALWAYS MUSIC
AND FOOD AND DANCING THERE. COOL. KATIE:
SORRY, DARLING. BOYS JUST PLAYED
THEIR LAST SET.SHOULDN’T YOU BE SNUG AS A BUG
IN YOUR BED?
UM… WE’RE HEADING HOME NOW.
GOODNIGHT. SWEETIEEEEE:
BOY, SUNNY PATCH SURE IS
DIFFERENT FROM THE CITY. SQUIRT:
(SIGHS) YEAH. PRETTY DULL, HUH? HEY, I KNOW! I’LL SHOW YOU
HOW TO WEB-SURF! YOU’RE GONNA LOVE IT! ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT ‘CUZ NOBODY ELSE
IS USING THE WIND! SQUIRT:
WOO-HOO! THIS IS MORE LIKE IT! BUGS AWAY! UM, SQUIRT?
HOW DO YOU LAND THIS THING? SQUIRT:
I’LL TEACH YOU. SWEETIE:
BETTER MAKE IT QUICK! WHOA! OOF! YO, SQUIRT! (GIGGLES) SPIDERUS:
(SINISTER GROAN) SQUIRT:
OOPS! SPIDERUS:
YOUNG BUGS GALLIVANTING AROUND
IN THE WEE HOURS! I EXPECT THIS SORT OF BOORISH
BEHAVIOUR FROM BULLFROGS, BUT- WE’RE SORRY THE CHILDREN
DISTURBED YOUR SLEEP, SPIDERUS. MISS SPIDER:
AND I THINK SQUIRT
HAS SOMETHING TO SAY TO YOU. I APOLOGIZE,
SPIDERUS. SPIDERUS:
YES, I SHOULD JOLLY WELL
THINK SO. (MUMBLING)
DISGRACEFUL BEHAVIOUR.NO RESPECT FOR PEOPLE
THESE DAYS.
MISS SPIDER:
SQUIRT, WHAT GOT INTO YOU? WELL, SWEETIE’S
A NOCTURNAL BUG, AND MAYBE I’M
A NOCTURNAL BUG, TOO. HONEY, YOU KNOW THE RULES. ALWAYS ASK PERMISSION
BEFORE YOU GO OUT. WE WANT TO KNOW
THAT YOU’RE SAFE. YES, MOM. I’M AFRAID THERE’S NO MORE
WEB SURFING FOR YOU THIS WEEK. (HEAVY SIGH) MISS SPIDER:
HOW ARE WE GOING TO FIGURE OUT
WHERE THIS CAME FROM, HOLLEY? HOLLEY:
I DON’T KNOW. BUT WE’VE GOT TO FIND A WAY
TO GET SWEETIE BACK HOME. NED AND TED:
CHOCOLATE ALERT!
CHOCOLATE ALERT! SORRY, I DON’T THINK
THERE’S ANY LEFT, NED. TED:
I’M TED, HE’S NED. MISS SPIDER:
HEY, YOU ANTS HAVE A GREAT
SENSE OF SMELL, DON’T YOU? NED:
RIGHT YOU ARE, LUV. THAT’S WHAT THESE LITTLE
WIGGLERS ARE FOR. MISS SPIDER:
SO, DO YOU THINK YOU BOYS COULD TRACK DOWN WHERE THIS
CANDY WRAPPER CAME FROM? TED:
PIECE OF CAKE. NED:
CAKE? THOUGHT IT WAS CHOCOLATE,
MATE. TED:
NAH! I MEANT IT’S BEEN NEXT
TO A PIECE OF CAKE AND A BANANA.
CAPEESH? (UNDERSTAND) ANYWAY… WE HAVE A LITTLE LOST COCKROACH WHO NEEDS TO GET HOME
TO HER TRASH CAN. TRASH CAN?! WE ARE SO THERE! (SIGH) BOUNCE:
ARE YOU SAD, SQUIRT? SHIMMER:
ANYTHING WE CAN DO
TO CHEER YOU UP? SQUIRT:
NOT UNLESS YOU CAN MOVE
THE COZY HOLE TO THE CITY. WHY? CITY BUGS GET TO STAY UP
ALL NIGHT AND THERE’S THINGS TO DO AND COOL FOOD TO EAT AND FUN AND EXCITEMENT! BOUNCE:
YEAH! COOL FOOD!SWEETIE:
YO, SQUIRT!
WHERE ARE YOU?(GIGGLES) SQUIRT:
HEY! WHAT’S THAT FOR? YOUR MOM PACKED ME SOME SNACKS
TO TAKE ON MY TRIP. I’M HEADIN’ BACK TO THE CITY! SQUIRT:
(SIGH) I WISH I LIVED
IN THE CITY. I WISH I LIVED OUT HERE. YOU LIKE SUNNY PATCH? SWEETIE:
WHAT’S NOT TO LIKE? YOU’VE GOT FRESH BERRIES
AND SEEDS AND HONEY! OH, AND THOSE TWINKLY THINGS
WAY UP IN THE SKY AT NIGHT. YOU KNOW, THE THINGS THAT LOOK
LIKE SUGAR SPRINKLES? THEY’RE JUST STARS
IN THE UNIVERSE AND STUFF. SWEETIE:
WHATEVER THEY ARE, WE CAN HARDLY SEE THEM
IN THE CITY. TOO MUCH LIGHT. YOU ARE ONE LUCKY BUG,
SQUIRT. SO THAT’S WHAT A MORNING GLORY
LOOKS LIKE? EXCELLENT! MISS SPIDER:
HAVE A GOOD TRIP, SWEETIE! HOLLEY:
COME VISIT US NEXT TIME
YOU BLOW INTO SUNNY PATCH! SWEETIE:
YOU CAN COUNT ON THAT,
COUNTRY COUSINS!SQUIRT:
WAIT, SWEETIE!
HERE’S A LITTLE SOMETHING TO
HELP YOU REMEMBER SUNNY PATCH. COOL!
WHAT IS IT? A BABY
MORNING GLORY. (GASP)
IT’S BEAUTIFUL. I’LL NEVER FORGET
SUNNY PATCH. OR YOU, SQUIRT.
(SMOOCH) SEE YOU,
SQUIRT-STER. (GIGGLES) BYE, SWEETIE. TED:
TRASH CANS, HERE WE COME! SWEETIE:
WHATEVER. NED: (CORRECTING)
CHOCOLATE, HERE WE COME! TED: (CHUCKLES)
YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL, NED. NED:
MMM… A MOUTHFUL.
I CAN TASTE IT MELTING ALREADY!UNCLE GUS:
NOW RIGHT OVERHEAD,
THAT’S THE BUG DIPPER.
KIDS:
(OOH’S AND AH’S) UNCLE GUS:
THEN OVER TO YOUR LEFT,
EARWIG MINOR. KIDS:
(OOH’S AND AH’S) UNCLE GUS:
AND THERE,
THAT’S YOUR BIG BUTTERFLY! SQUIRT:
I DON’T SEE A BUTTERFLY,
UNCLE GUS. WELL, IT’S NOT A REAL
BUTTERFLY. IT’S A CONSTELLATION. A CONSTA WHAT? A CONSTELLATION
IS A GROUP OF STARS.WE MAKE PICTURES OUT OF THEMSO WE CAN REMEMBER
WHERE THEY ARE. HOLLEY:
SORT OF LIKE UH…
CONNECTING THE DOTS. MISS SPIDER:
I THINK I KNOW HOW TO HELP YOU
SEE THE BIG BUTTERFLY, SQUIRT. DRAGON:
WHAT’S MOM DOING? SQUIRT:
I DON’T KNOW. KIDS:
AAHHHH! SQUIRT:
NOW I SEE A BUTTERFLY! BUT WHAT’S THAT SUPER SHINY ONE
OVER THERE? UNCLE GUS:
(GASP) LOOKS LIKE YOU’VE FOUND
A WISHING STAR, SQUIRT. REALLY? UNCLE GUS:
SOME BUGS THINK
THERE ARE SPECIAL STARS THAT’LL MAKE YOUR WISHES
COME TRUE. SQUIRT:
SPIDER-IFIC! I WISH FOR A NEW HOLLY BALL,
SOME MARBLES, A BUG-OPOLY GAME,
LOTS OF LICE CREAM- BOUNCE:
LICE CREAM! LICE CREAM!
LICE CREAM! SQUIRT:
AND AN ACORN DRUM SET, A BUNCH OF HONEYSUCKLE
JUICE BARS, A MUSHROOM BOUNCE
AND… OH, YEAH! WHILE YOU’RE AT IT,
WISHING STAR, A DAISY FOR MY MOM! (CHUCKLES)
THANK YOU, HONEY. I THINK YOU’RE THE WISHING-EST
LITTLE SPIDER IN SUNNY PATCH! SHIMMER:
HEY EVERYBODY, LOOK! EVERYBODY:
OOOOHHH! DRAGON:
WHAT WAS THAT?! HOLLEY:
THAT’S WHAT WE CALL
A FALLING STAR. MISS SPIDER:
SOME STARS SHOOT ACROSS
THE SKY LIKE THEY’RE FLYING. SORT OF LIKE BUGS! SHIMMER:
WONDER WHAT WOULD MAKE
A STAR FALL? UNCLE GUS:
MAYBE SQUIRT WISHED ON IT
SO DARN MUCH, IT FELL RIGHT OUT OF THE SKY! ALL:
(LAUGH) GOSH, I WAS GONNA WISH
FOR A SLED, TOO! SHIMMER HAS THE BALL. SHE FAKES LEFT,
GOES RIGHT AND SHOOTS!IT BOUNCES OFF BOUNCE!TIME’S RUNNING OUT. IT’S ALL UP TO THAT SPIDER
SUPERSTAR, SQUIRT… DRAGON:
JUST KICK THE BALL, WILL YOU? UH-OH! OOPS! NO PROBLEM.
I’LL GET IT! HEY! THERE’S SOMETHING SHINY
DOWN THERE! BOUNCE:
OH, SPARKLY! DRAGON:
SHOULD WE TOUCH IT? SHIMMER:
BETTER NOT. WE DON’T KNOW WHAT IT IS! SQUIRT:
WELL, IT’S GOTTA BE SOMETHING. IT’S TWINKLY, AND IT HAS LOTS
OF POINTY EDGES. (GASP) IT’S A STAR! DRAGON:
MAYBE UNCLE GUS WASN’T JOKING
ABOUT THE FALLING STAR. SHIMMER:
UH-OH! WHAT IF YOU REALLY DID WISH
THE WISHING STAR OUT OF THE SKY? SQUIRT:
WELL, I DIDN’T MEAN TO. GOSH. (STRAINING GRUNTS AND GROANS) DON’T WORRY, WISHING STAR. WE’LL GET YOU BACK UP
IN THE SKY WHERE YOU BELONG. SHIMMER:
I SURE HOPE THIS WORKS. DRAGON:
YEAH. OTHERWISE THERE’LL BE
A BIG HOLE IN THE SKY TONIGHT. IT’S GOTTA WORK! ON THREE!
ONE… TWO… THREE! BOUNCE:
ADIOS, SPARKLY! SQUIRT:
UH-OH! ALL:
AHHHH! (STRAINING GRUNTS AND GROANS) SQUIRT:
JUST A LITTLE FARTHER… NOW! ALL:
AHHHHH! (SIGHS AND GROANS) (STRAINING GRUNTS) SHIMMER:
DRAGON, THE SKY IS AWFULLY
HIGH. ARE YOU SURE YOU DON’T NEED ME TO HELP YOU CARRY
THE STAR UP THERE? DRAGON:
NO THANKS. DRAGONFLIES ARE THE BEST FLYERS
IN THE WHOLE BUGGY WORLD! SQUIRT:
YOU CAN DO IT, DRAGON. I KNOW YOU CAN! DRAGON:
ROGER. OVER AND OUT! BOUNCE:
LIFT OFF! LIFT OFF! LIFT OFF! (STRAINING) H-HOW’S THIS LOOK? SQUIRT:
UM, MAYBE A LITTLE HIGHER? DRAGON:
ROGER…BOUNCE:
HIGHER!
A LITTLE MORE TO THE LEFT!BOUNCE:
HIGHER! HIGHER!
DRAGON:
MAYFLY DAY! MAYFLY DAY!LOOK OUT BELOW!ALL:
RUN! SHIMMER:
PHEW! THAT WAS CLOSE! BOUNCE:
WHERE’S DRAGON? (PAINED GROAN)BOUNCE:
DRAGON, YOU OKAY?
DRAGON:
UM… I MEANT TO DO THAT. SQUIRT:
RIGHT THERE, GUYS!
PERFECT SPOT! DRAGON:
IT BETTER BE. PUTTING A STAR BACK UP
IN THE SKY IS A LOT HARDER
THAN YOU THINK. SQUIRT:
I’M SORRY, EVERYBODY. BUT ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS TIE THIS WEB SILK
TO THE STAR AND HOIST IT UP TO THE SKY. NOTHIN’ TO IT! BOUNCE:
HOIST? WHAT’S HOIST? BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! I LOVE TO HOIST! DRAGON:
YOU SURE IT’LL HOLD? SQUIRT:
SUPER SURE. ‘CUZ SPIDER SILK
IS SUPER STRONG! BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! ALL:
(STRAINING) DRAGON:
THINK IT’S (GROAN) THERE YET?SQUIRT:
JUST A COUPLE MORE TUGS, GUYS.
BOUNCE:
HOIST! HOIST! HOIST- HOI-HOI-HOI…CHOOOOO! ALL:
WHOA! HI, SPARKLY. I THINK HE LIKES IT DOWN HERE,
SQUIRT! SURE SEEMS THAT WAY. DRAGON, SHIMMER:
(GROANS) SQUIRT:
SORRY GUYS. MISS SPIDER:
WHAT’S THE BIG BUG-A-BOO
OUT HERE, KIDS? SQUIRT:
UH, SHIMMER AND DRAGON WERE
SORTA GIVING ME FLYING LESSONS. (GIGGLE) WELL, MAYBE TONIGHT
YOU SHOULD ASK A WISHING STAR FOR A LITTLE HELP, SWEETIE. DRAGON:
DON’T EVEN THINK ABOUT MAKING
ANY MORE WISHES, SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
YEAH. YOU ALREADY WISHED
ONE POOR STAR OUT OF THE SKY. DRAGON:
AND NOW THERE’S NOTHING
WE CAN DO TO PUT IT BACK AGAIN! BOUNCE:
YEAH, SQUIRT! NOTHING! SHIMMER:
THIS IS USELESS, SQUIRT. DRAGON:
YEAH. BOUNCE:
ADIOS. SQUIRT:
I SAID I WAS SORRY. (SIGH)DRAGON:
I DON’T GET IT.
LOOKS LIKE THE BUG DIPPER’S
ALL THERE. SHIMMER:
AND THE BIG BUTTERFLY’S
NOT MISSING A TWINKLE EITHER. BOUNCE:
YEP! WELL, THERE’S GOT TO BE A HOLE
IN THE SKY SOMEWHERE. THERE? NO. MAYBE THERE? NO. OVER THERE? UNCLE GUS:
WHAT’RE YOU LITTLE STARGAZERS
LOOKING FOR TONIGHT? BOUNCE:
SQUIRT MADE A STAR
FALL OUT OF THE SKY. WE’RE LOOKING FOR THE HOLE! SHIMMER:
BOUNCE, SHHHH! BOUNCE, HONEY, NOBODY CAN MAKE
A STAR FALL OUT OF THE SKY. BOUNCE:
SQUIRT DID. HE MADE TOO MANY WISHES! DRAGON:
IT’S TRUE. WE SAW IT AND EVERYTHING! MISS SPIDER:
KIDS, YOUR UNCLE GUS WAS JUST
PULLIN’ YOUR BUGGY LEGS. UNCLE GUS:
YUP. I WAS JUST TEASIN’. TRUTH IS, THERE IS NO LIMIT
TO HOW MANY WISHES A BUG CAN MAKE ON A STAR. SHIMMER:
GOLLY, THEN I WONDER
WHAT THAT SHINY THING IS? WISHING STAR, I KNOW YOU PROBABLY DON’T HAVE
ANY MORE WISHES IN YOU. BUT IF YOU DO, I SURE WISH MY BROTHERS
AND SISTERS WOULD BE MY FRIENDS AGAIN. (SIGH) (SOUND OF GUITAR) HI, SON. ♪ QUITE A STARRY SHOW TONIGHT ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ EXCEPT FOR ONE LITTLE
TWINKLY LIGHT. ♪ HOLLEY:
♪ HOW COULD YOU TELL
WHEN THE MOON’S SO BRIGHT? ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ I JUST KNOW. ♪ ♪ ONE LITTLE STAR’S GOT A LONG,
LONG WAY TO GO. ♪ ♪ HOW DO YOU PUT
A STAR BACK IN THE SKY? ♪ ♪ IS THERE A WAY
THAT A SPIDER CAN FLY? ♪ ♪ AND WHY DO GRAY CLOUDS
SOMETIMES CRY? ♪ HOLLEY:
♪ SOME THINGS YOU NEVER
WILL KNOW HOW OR WHY; ♪ ♪ SOME BUGS WILL SING, ♪ ♪ SOME BUGS ARE SHY. ♪ SQUIRT:
♪ GUESS I’LL JUST KEEP WISHIN’
WHILE I TRY ♪ ♪ TO PUT THAT LITTLE STAR
BACK IN THE SKY. ♪ (HEAVY SIGH) ‘NIGHT. ‘NIGHT, SQUIRT. HMM… WELL, TWINKLE,
TWINKLE LITTLE STAR! YOU JUST GAVE ME AN IDEA THAT’LL CHEER UP
MY LITTLE SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN, SQUIRT? DRAGON:
YEAH. WE WERE REALLY WORRIED
ABOUT YOU WHEN YOU DIDN’T SHOW UP
FOR STAR-GAZING. SQUIRT:
I WAS MAKING A WISH. BUT I PROMISE
IT’S MY LAST ONE. ‘CUZ I DON’T EVER WANT
TO MAKE ANOTHER STAR FALL OUT OF THE SKY AGAIN. BUT YOU DIDN’T!
YOU DIDN’T, SQUIRT! SHIMMER:
MOM AND DAD EXPLAINED THAT YOU CAN’T WISH STARS
OUT OF THE SKY. DRAGON:
YEAH, UNCLE GUS
WAS JUST MAKING A SILLY JOKE. BOUNCE:
A SILLY JOKE!
A SILLY JOKE! SHIMMER:
WE’RE SORRY IF WE HURT
YOUR FEELINGS, SQUIRT. SQUIRT:
SO WE’RE FRIENDS AGAIN? SHIMMER:
OF COURSE! DRAGON:
WE ALWAYS WERE! SQUIRT:
HEY! THAT MEANS MY LAST WISH
DID COME TRUE! UNCLE GUS:
C’MON, KIDS! STARS ARE PUTTING
ON A REAL SHOW TONIGHT! SHIMMER:
WOW! SQUIRT:
IT’S SPIDER-IFIC! DRAGON:
YOU PUT THE WISHING STAR
BACK UP IN THE SKY!THANKS MOM.MISS SPIDER:
WELL, IT’S NOT REALLY A STAR,
KIDS. IT’S JUST SOMETHING
THAT LOOKS LIKE ONE. HOLLEY:
BUT IT’S FUN TO PRETEND
IT’S A REAL STAR. MISS SPIDER:
YOUR OWN SPECIAL WISHING STAR,
SQUIRT! I DON’T THINK SO, MOM. MISS SPIDER:
YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE
ANY MORE WISHES? SQUIRT:
IT’S NOT THAT. I WANT IT TO BE OUR SPECIAL
WISHING STAR! ALL:
THANKS SQUIRT! YEAH, THANKS.