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UK Dub[]

Mr. Men and Little Miss: The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men!

(Scene swaps to Mr. Tickle tickling lots of Mr. Men and Little Misses and goes all the way to Mr. Bump and Miss Whoops on a plane and tickles Miss Whoops causing Mr. Bump to fall into the "O" in the logo)

Mr. Bump: The Mr. Men Show!

(A big brown screen comes up with โ€œBoatsโ€ written on it with a life preserver in place of the O, a sailboat, and who created the episode underneath. The sound of ship bells are heard in the background. The episode begins at the docks where three different boats are either sailing or preparing to set sail. A cruise ship, a sailboat, and a tugboat)

Narrator: Boats, boats, boats. For hundred of years, the Mr. Men and Little Misses...

(Mr. Bump is shown struggling to fish on a rowboat)

Narrator: Have used boats to sail upon the waters of the world.

(The scene cuts to a pirate ship. Little Miss Naughty, who is dressed like a pirate, is making a terrified Mr. Small and Mr. Nosey walk the plank)

Narrator: Some people have employed boats for naughty purposes.

Miss Naughty: (chuckles evilly)

(The scene cuts to a nervous Little Miss Calamity. Little Miss Calamity is on an ocean liner that is being rocked by the waves)

Narrator: While others have enjoyed taking to the sea upon a luxurious ocean liner.

(The scene cuts to a lake where Little Miss Whoops and Mr. Quiet are sailing on a sailboat and Little Miss Daredevil zooms past them on her speedboat)

Narrator: To the good people of Dillydale, there is no more enjoyable pastime than that of boating.

(The screen fades to black. The scene transitions to Good Morning Dillydale. The Good Morning Dillydale logo is shown and its theme plays before transitioning to the Good Morning Dillydale set. On the monitor next to Mr. Happy and Little Sunshine, there is video feed of a sailboat out on the open water)

Mr. Happy: Good morning, Dillydale! I'm Mr. Happy.

Miss Sunshine: And I'm Miss Sunshine.

Mr. Happy: Ha-ha-ha. Wonderful! Next up, our special feature on sailing!

(The monitor cuts to Little Miss Whoops who is on the sailboat)

Mr. Happy: With our very on Miss Whoops. Hello, Miss Whoops!

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Ahoy.

Miss Sunshine: I didn't know you could sail, Miss Whoops.

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Of course, I'm a trained professional.

Mr. Happy: It seems awfully complicated.

(The scene cuts to the live feed of Little Miss Whoops out on the sailboat)

Miss Whoops: Not at all. Today I'm going to show you how to sail. Along with my first mate, Mr. Quiet.

(Mr. Quiet nods his head)

Mr. Quiet: Mmm-hmm.

Miss Whoops: You'll see just how easy sailing can be. Let's start by introducing you to the different sails on a boat.

(An arrow points to the mainsail)

Miss Whoops (offscreen): This one here is the...um...

(Mr. Quiet whispers to Little Miss Whoops)

Mr. Quiet: That's a mainsail.

Miss Whoops: The mainsail.

(An arrow points to the spinnaker)

Miss Whoops (offscreen): And this one is the...

(Mr. Quiet whispers to Little Miss Whoops)

Mr. Quiet: The spinnaker!

Miss Whoops: The spinnaker! But more important than knowing the names of the sails, is being able to tie a knot.

(Little Miss Whoops ties a knot to hold the sail down but the knot comes undone)

Miss Whoops: Without a good knot, your sails would be...

(The sail gets carried off by the wind. Mr. Quiet cannot believe what just happened)

Mr. Quiet: Oh!

Miss Whoops: Carried off by the wind. Not to worry! We'll just have to, uh, unfurl this one here.

(Little Miss Whoops ties to unfurl the spinnaker)

Miss Whoops: (grunts)

(The spinnaker gets carried off by the wind and the mast falls down)

Miss Whoops: (gasps) I guess I should brush up on my knots. (chuckles nervously) Sailing without those sails is going to require a little knowhow.

(Little Miss Whoops undoes another knot. The mast that was tied down by the knot swings towards Little Miss Whoops and hits Mr. Quiet on the head)

Mr. Quiet: Ooh!

(The hit from the mast knocks Mr. Quiet overboard and into the water)

Mr. Quiet: Oh!

Miss Whoops: Whoops!

(Mr. Quiet surfaces and waves to Little Miss Whoops for help)

Mr. Quiet: Mmm! Oh! Woah!

Miss Whoops: Of course, no boat should ever leave port without having a maritime approved lifebelt.

(Little Miss Whoops picks up a lifebelt. Little Miss Whoops tosses the lifebelt over to Mr. Quiet. The lifebelt bounces off of Mr. Quiet's head and pushes him back under the water)

Mr. Quiet: Oh! Oh!

(The lifebelt lands on top of the water and Mr. Quiet surfaces in the middle of it)

Mr. Quiet: Oh! Ooh.

Miss Whoops (offscreen): But then...

(The camera cuts back to Little Miss Whoops)

Miss Whoops: Without sails and rope, and a first mate, you're sunk. Which brings me to the most important piece of equipment to have on board...

(Little Miss Whoops takes out the microphone part of the boat's ship to shore radio)

Miss Whoops: A ship to shore radio!

(Little Miss Whoops pushes the button on the radio's microphone and starts talking into it. A very angry and wet Mr. Quiet climbs back onto the boat still wearing the lifebelt)

Miss Whoops: Hello? Dillydale Rescue? How's your day going?

Mr. Quiet: Hmm.

Miss Whoops: This is Miss Whoops.

(Little Miss Whoops walks around and bumps Mr. Quiet)

Miss Whoops: We seem to be having some technical difficulties.

Mr. Quiet: (screams)

(Mr. Quiet loses his balance and falls off the boat again)

Mr. Quiet: Woah!

(Mr. Quiet splashes into the water. Little Miss Whoops turns around when she realizes what happened)

Miss Whoops: Whoops!

(Cut back to the studio)

Mr. Happy: Looks like you're having a little trouble, Miss Whoops.

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Oh no! Nothing out of the ordinary!

(The monitor becomes staticky until cutting out entirely. The camera moves closer to Mr. Happy and Little Miss Sunshine)

Mr. Happy: Well, that certainly was an informative piece.

Miss Sunshine: It certainly was. Makes me want to go sailing right now! Just not with Miss Whoops. (giggles)

(Mr. Quiet, soaking wet and angry, walks into the studio carrying the lifebelt)

Mr. Quiet: (grunts)

(Mr. Quiet places the lifebelt on the desk and walks away in a huff)

Mr. Happy: Well, that's all the time we have today, Join us tomorrow for A very special cooking segment with Mr. Messy.

(Little Miss Sunshine knocks the lifebelt off the desk)

Miss Sunshine: Oh, I'll have to be able to bring an extra apron.

Mr. Happy: (laughs) Or two, All that and more on.

Mr. Happy and Miss Sunshine: Good Morning Dillydale!

(The screen fades to black. The first bumper shows Mr. Quiet rowing his canoe. Miss Daredevil speeds past him in her speedboat and makes the canoe sink. Mr. Tickle's arms surround the screen and when they disappear, a dance video starring Mr. Strong plays)

Mr. Rude (voiceover): Boogie, boogie, boogie, till the cows come home.

(The screen fades to black and the next bumper begins. Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small are shown pedaling in their boat. Miss Daredevil zooms past and sprays water on the pedal boat. The pedal boat sinks. Mr. Nosey frowns as their boat sinks below the surface. Mr. Small doesn't notice this and ends up submerged with the boat. The next scene shows Mr. Scatterbrain sitting in a rowboat that's near a dock. Mr. Lazy is shown standing on the dock. In the rowboat, Mr. Scatterbrain also has a bag)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Come on out for a boat ride, Mr. Lazy. It'll be fun.

Mr. Lazy: I don't know. Boating seems like a lot of work.

Mr. Scatterbrain: Oh, I'll do all the rowing. (chuckles) You don't have to worry about a thing!

Mr. Lazy: Really?

Mr. Scatterbrain: Abso-posit-lutely.

Mr. Lazy: Now, that's an offer I can't refuse.

(Mr. Lazy climbs into the boat and sits down. Mr. Scatterbrain digs around in his bag and pulls out an umbrella that opens up after being taken out of the bag)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Do you need an umbrella?

Mr. Lazy: No.

(Mr. Scatterbrain closes the umbrella and tosses it away. Mr. Scatterbrain digs around in his bag and pulls out a can opener)

Mr. Scatterbrain: How about a can opener?

Mr. Lazy: Did you bring any jellied eels?

Mr. Scatterbrain: No,

(Mr. Scatterbrain tosses the can opener away. Mr. Scatterbrain pulls a manatee out of his bag, much to Mr. Lazy's surprise)

Mr. Scatterbrain: But I brought a manatee.

(The manatee blinks)

Manatee: (grunts)

(The manatee jumps back into the water)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Don't take it personally, ha-ha, he's very shy.

(Mr. Lazy lies down in the boat)

Mr. Lazy: That's okay, I'll just be chilling out over here.

(Mr. Lazy stretches out before curling up on the boat's little bench)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Okay, and, uh, I'll be rowing over here. (chuckles)

(Mr. Scatterbrain takes out a guitar and strums a melody before using it as an oar)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ Oh, I love to row my boat, boat! To keep us all a float, float! There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me! To keep us all a float, float๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Lazy: Uh, Mr. Scatterbrain you gonna sing the whole time.

Mr. Scatterbrain: Oh, yes. It keeps me on course, don't you know?

(Mr. Lazy starts getting bothered by Mr. Scatterbrain's singing)

Mr. Scatterbrain (offscreen): ๐ŸŽถ Oh,๐ŸŽถ

(Mr. Lazy pulls out two small fish from the water and uses them as earplugs)

Mr. Scatterbrain (offscreen): ๐ŸŽถI love to row my boat, boat! To keep us all a float, float! There's nothing like the sea,๐ŸŽถ

(The camera cuts back to Mr. Scatterbrain as he continues rowing and singing)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ It's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ

(Mr. Lazy smiles as he falls asleep. The scene switches to Mr. Lazy's only daydream sequence. Mr. Lazy dreams of himself underwater, holding his breath, where many fish are dressed up dancing in an underwater ballroom. As he watches them dance, he sees a large octopus with a bowtie. The octopus plays with Mr. Lazy and fling the latter around before Mr. Lazy lands on the octopus, bows, and swims away. The daydream ends as Mr. Lazy wakes up and sees that there are now penguins dancing to the song, seals, and a polar bear strumming the guitar, much to Mr. Lazy's shock)

Mr. Scatterbrain and Arctic Animals: "๐ŸŽถOh... I love to row my boat boat! To keep us all a float float! ๐ŸŽถ"

Mr. Lazy: "Um, Mr. Scatterbrain! I thought you said we were only going for a short ride!"

Mr. Scatterbrain: We are.

(Mr. Lazy looks around)

Mr. Lazy: "But we're in the South Pole!"

(The camera zooms out to reveal icebergs around the boat)

Mr. Scatterbrain: "No wonder it's so chilly." (shivers and chuckles) "I guess I took a wrong turn at Tahiti!"

Mr. Lazy: This doesn't mean I'm gonna have to help us row home. Does it?

Mr. Scatterbrain: "Oh, no. Relax! Enjoy the trip! Okay, let's start again, but this time, let's sing it in a round!" (Offscreen, the polar bear strums the guitar) "Polar bear's up front!"

Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Lazy, and Arctic Animals: "๐ŸŽถ I love to row by boat boat to keep us all afloat float. There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ"

(The screen irises out on the boat. The next bumper shows Mr. Noisy shouting inaudibly through his megaphone guiding Mr. Quiet, Miss Calamity, Mr. Messy, Mr. Happy, and Mr. Pernickety, who are all rowing a paddle boat, but Miss Daredevil zooms past and capsizes the canoe. They all rise to the surface, but when Miss Daredevil zooms past in the opposite direction, Mr. Pernickety rises to the surface. Various clones of Mr. Strong appear on screen with a whip sound accompanying each one. They fall down from the screen and the next scene begins. The next scene takes place on a cruise ship, sailing on the sea. On the decks of the ship, Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet are playing jazz music. Mr. Nosey is playing the clarinet, Mr. Happy is playing the accordion, and Mr. Quiet is playing the violin. Over at the pool, Mr. Grumpy, Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Sunshine, Mr. Tickle, and Mr. Bounce are standing on the pool's edge about to do synchronized swimming to the music. In the same order, they dive into the pool. The camera pans to the right as Mr. Bounce, Little Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Tickle, and Little Miss Sunshine dance together in the pool. The camera pans out to show the synchronize swimmers in the pool while Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet play music on the pool deck. As they continue to play, Mr. Small hops onto Mr. Nosey's clarinet and begins dancing on it. Back at the pool, the synchronize swimmers are shown swimming upside-down with their feet above the surface dancing to the music. The camera pans to Mr. Tickle and shows him underwater. There, Mr. Tickle, deciding to take advantage of the serenity and lack of guard, gets an idea)

Mr. Tickle: (laughing)

(Mr. Tickle stretches one of his arms out past Mr. Grumpy and towards Little Miss Chatterbox. Mr. Tickle tickles Little Miss Chatterbox. This causes Little Miss Chatterbox to break concentration and she briefly leaps out of the water in surprise)

Miss Chatterbox: Wah! Ah!

(The camera cuts back to Mr. Tickle underwater)

Mr. Tickle: (laughing)

(Mr. Tickle, getting carried away now knowing what he can do, tickles Mr. Grumpy, and he loses his concentration. Mr. Grumpy scratches and starts biting to shoo Mr. Tickle away. Fortunately, he doesn't bite Mr. Tickle as he was nowhere near Mr. Grumpy now. Then, Mr. Tickle tickles Mr. Bounce. Mr. Bounce loses his concentration and launches out of the water. Mr. Bounce bounces across the screen like he were trapped in a box then lands back into the pool. The camera cuts back to Mr. Tickle underwater)

Mr. Tickle: (laughs)

(Unexpectedly, the ship heads for rough water. Waves form on the surface as they bounce the ship up and down and dark clouds engulf the blue sky. The music changes from a peaceful tone to an offkey melody as the deck sways up and down. Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet's faces turn green as they become seasick from the rocking motion. All three of them are sliding across the moving decks. Despite them no longer playing their instruments, the offkey music continues playing in the background. At the pool, the synchronize swimmers continue swimming upside-down as the screen moves around in a circular motion. The deck continues bobbing up and down. Mr. Small soon stops dancing as he turns green in the face and becomes seasick as well. The music stops as the camera pans to the nauseous Mr. Nosey. Mr. Nosey blinks twice. The camera cuts back to the pool to Little Miss Chatterbox, who, like everyone else in the pool, has surfaced. The nauseous feeling caused by the unsteady movement has caught up to Little Miss Chatterbox and the other synchronize swimmers, as she is now green in the face and feeling very uncomfortable)

Miss Chatterbox: Oh, suddenly my stomach feels really, really tickly. (covers her mouth and gags)

(The camera pans to a nauseous Mr. Tickle all while showing the queasy Mr. Bounce, Mr. Grumpy, and Little Miss Sunshine)

Mr. Tickle: Don't look at me. (covers his mouth and gags)

(The deck continues rising up and down as Mr. Tickle, Mr. Bounce, Little Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Grumpy, and Little Miss Sunshine get out of the pool and head to the railings of the ship's bow (and Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet disappear). Upon reaching the bow, the whole ship lists to starboard (the right side) and the five of them slide in that direction. The screen fades to black. The next bumper takes place on a pirate ship with Little Miss Naughty as its captain. Getting an idea, Little Miss Naughty positions herself at the cannon. Little Miss Naughty laughs evilly before firing a plunger from the cannon. The plunger is connected to a chain which is connected to the ship. The plunger sticks to the stern of Little Miss Daredevil's speedboat. Little Miss Daredevil sees this and speeds up. Back on the pirate ship, Little Miss Naughty is speechless over her plunger cannon not having any effect. Soon, the chain runs out of slack and Little Miss Daredevil ends up taking the boat with her. This results in Little Miss Naughty falling off her ship, due to the fast speed, and into the water. Little Miss Naughty surfaces clearly unamused by the outcome. The screen cuts to black. The next scene also takes place on a cruise ship: the SS Stubborn. The SS Stubborn is sailing through a field of icebergs. At the bow of the ship, Mr. Stubborn (or in this case, "Captain Stubborn") is simply standing there as his ship slowly cruises through the field. Little Miss Calamity then pops up to the left of Captain Stubborn)

Miss Calamity: Mr. Stubborn?

Mr. Stubborn: That's "Captain Stubborn" to you, Miss Calamity.

Miss Calamity: Yes, Captain Stubborn, Don't you think you should steer clear these icebergs? We could hit one, which would tear a hole in the side of the ship.

Mr. Stubborn: Hmm. There's no way a little ice is going to damage my great big ship. It's made of steel.

(The SS Stubborn crashes into an iceberg. The scene cuts to Mr. Fussy with a bird cage, and Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small (who is been held by the former) sliding down the boat deck. The camera cuts yet again to the ship as it starts sinking with the stern tilting into the water. The camera cuts to the boat deck where Mr. Quiet, Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Strong (who is holding a boat), Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Happy (who is trying to hide his fear), Miss Scary (who is revealed to enjoy the sinking), and Mr. Bump running across the boat deck)

Miss Chatterbox: (screams)

Mr. Bump: (screams)

(Mr. Bump trips and slides down the boat deck with Mr. Rude laughing inaudibly at the former)

Miss Scary: (screams)

(The ship continues to sink)

Miss Calamity (offscreen): Oh, no!

(The camera cuts to Miss Calamity sliding down the boat deck with Captain Stubborn)

Miss Calamity: I knew it.

Mr. Stubborn: Knew what?

Miss Calamity: That we'd hit an iceberg and sink!

Mr. Stubborn: We are not sinking!

Miss Calamity: But Mr. Stubborn-

Mr. Stubborn: It's "Captain" Stubborn!

(The two slide to the captain's quarters)

Mr. Stubborn: Now, if you don't mind, I'm going to retire to my cabin.

(Mr. Stubborn opens the door and water gushes out of it along with Miss Helpful being caught in the wave)

Miss Helpful: Come on! Everyone to the lifeboats!

Mr. Stubborn: Land lubbers!

(The scene cuts to the lifeboats where all the passengers, except Little Miss Calamity, have successfully been saved)

Passengers in Lifeboats: (inchoherent talking)

(The camera zooms in to show that Little Miss Calamity is still on board)

Miss Calamity: Oh no!

(S.S Stubborn sinks vertically and descends to the ocean floor, with only the tip of the bow sticking out. The camera cuts to reveal that Mr. Stubborn has escaped the sinking on a floating chair (although he refused to admit that his ship was sinking). Mr. Stubborn passes by Miss Calamity while humming)

Miss Calamity: Captain Stubborn! Save me! The ship's about to go under!

Mr. Stubborn: "For the last time, we are not sinking!"

(Little Miss Calamity gives up in despair when Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Lazy, and all the animals from their segment float over to the scene in their boat singing "I Love to Row my Boat-Boat")

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ Oh... I love to row my boat boat, To keep us all of float, float! There's nothing like a sea it's fun for you and me! ๐ŸŽถ

(The animals applaud for Mr. Scatterbrain and he takes a bow. He then sees Little Miss Calamity)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Hello, Miss Calamity, What you doing.

Miss Calamity: I'm sinking.

Mr. Scatterbrain: Ooh, that sounds like fun! (laughs) Hey! How would you like to come for a ride our boat?

Miss Calamity: Oh, indeed! I would!

(She jumps off the S.S. Stubborn and into Mr. Scatterbrain's boat)

Miss Calamity: Mr. Scatterbrain, you're a lifesaver.

Mr. Scatterbrain: (laughs) And you're a backing singer.

(Mr. Scatterbrain begins to sing a reprise of I Love to Row My Boat-Boat)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถOh... I love to row my boat boat ๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Boat boat ๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ To keep us all a float float! ๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Float float ๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Me! ๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Stubborn: Cheap singing!

(The screen fades to black and the ending scene begins. The ending scene shows some previous happenings from the episode. Starting with the main sail being carried off by the wind and the main mast falling off of Mr. Quiet and Little Miss Whoops' boat)

Narrator: Ah, boats!

(A shark fin is shown in the water)

Narrator: Could there be a more enjoyable way to take to the water?

(The shark fin rises out of the water revealing that the shark is simply Little Miss Naughty with a fake shark fin on her back. Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small paddle by on their paddle boat. Mr. Nosey is visibly tired while Mr. Small is having an enjoyable time)

Narrator: So the next time...

(Little Miss Daredevil zooms by on her speedboat. Mr. Nervous is shown on an inflatable raft trying to get a drink of water from his empty water bottle. In the background, a cruise ship is sailing)

Narrator: You go boating,

(Mr. Bump is shown struggling to fish on his little wooden boat. Mr. Bump ends up hooking one of his bandages instead of a fish)

Narrator: Do remember to be considerate to your fellow boaters.

(In his little wooden boat, Mr. Scatterbrain is conducting a song with the polar bear playing the guitar, the seal and two penguins dancing, Little Miss Calamity smiling and having a nice time, Mr. Lazy dumbfounded by the scenario, and Mr. Stubborn (still wearing his captain's hat) simply ignoring what's going on)

Narrator: Whomever they might be.

(The screen fades to black and the episode ends here)

Deleted Scene[]


US Dub[]

Mr. Men and Little Miss: The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men, The Mr. Men!

(Scene swaps to Mr. Tickle tickling lots of Mr. Men and Little Misses and goes all the way to Mr. Bump and Miss Whoops on a plane and tickles Miss Whoops causing Mr. Bump to fall into the "O" in the logo)

Mr. Bump: The Mr. Men Show!

(A big brown screen comes up with โ€œBoatsโ€ written on it with a life preserver in place of the O, a sailboat, and who created the episode underneath. The sound of ship bells are heard in the background. The episode begins at the docks where three different boats are either sailing or preparing to set sail. A cruise ship, a sailboat, and a tugboat)

Narrator: Boats, boats, boats. For hundred of years, the Mr. Men and Little Misses...

(Mr. Bump is shown struggling to fish on a rowboat because the hook is caught on one of his bandages (if one looks carefully)

Narrator: ..have used boats to sail upon the waters of the world.

(Cut to a pirate ship. Little Miss Naughty, who is dressed like a pirate, is making a terrified Mr. Small and Mr. Nosey walk the plank)

Narrator: Some people have employed boats for naughty purposes.

Miss Naughty: (chuckles evilly)

(The scene cuts to a nervous Little Miss Calamity. Little Miss Calamity is on an ocean liner that is being rocked by the waves)

Narrator: While others have enjoyed taking to the sea upon a luxurious ocean liner.

(The scene cuts to a lake where Little Miss Whoops and Mr. Quiet are sailing on a sailboat and Little Miss Daredevil zooms past them on her speedboat)

Narrator: To the good people of Dillydale, there is no more enjoyable pastime than that of boating.

(The screen fades to black. The scene transitions to Good Morning Dillydale. The Good Morning Dillydale logo is shown and its theme plays before transitioning to the Good Morning Dillydale set. On the monitor next to Mr. Happy and Little Sunshine, there is video feed of a sailboat out on the open water)

Mr. Happy: Good morning, Dillydale! I'm Mr. Happy.

Miss Sunshine: And I'm Miss Sunshine.

Mr. Happy: Ha-ha. Wonderful! Next up, our special feature on sailing!

(The monitor cuts to Little Miss Whoops who is on the sailboat)

Mr. Happy: With our very on Miss Whoops. Hello, Miss Whoops!

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Ahoy.

Miss Sunshine: I didn't know you could sail, Miss Whoops.

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Oh sure, I'm a trained professional.

Mr. Happy: It seems awfully complicated.

(The scene cuts to the live feed of Little Miss Whoops out on the sailboat)

Miss Whoops: Not at all. Today I'm going to show you how to sail along with my first mate, Mr. Quiet.

(Mr. Quiet nods his head)

Miss Whoops: You'll see just how easy sailing can be. Let's start by introducing you to the different sails on a boat.

(An arrow points to the mainsail)

Miss Whoops (offscreen): This one here is the...

(Mr. Quiet whispers to Little Miss Whoops)

Mr. Quiet: That's a mainsail.

Miss Whoops: The mainsail.

(An arrow points to the spinnaker)

Miss Whoops (offscreen): And this one is the...

(Mr. Quiet whispers to Little Miss Whoops)

Mr. Quiet: The spinnaker!

Miss Whoops: The spinnaker! But more important than knowing the names of the sails, is being able to tie a knot.

(Little Miss Whoops ties a knot to hold the sail down but the knot comes undone)

Miss Whoops: Without a good knot, your sails would be...

(The sail gets carried off by the wind. Mr. Quiet cannot believe what just happened)

Miss Whoops: Carried off by the wind. Not to worry! We'll just have to unfurl this one here.

(Little Miss Whoops ties to unfurl the spinnaker)

Miss Whoops: Eh!

(The spinnaker gets carried off by the wind and the mast falls down)

Miss Whoops: I guess I should brush up on my knots. (chuckles nervously) Sailing without those sails is gonna require a little knowhow.

(Little Miss Whoops undoes another knot. The mast that was tied down by the knot swings towards Little Miss Whoops and hits Mr. Quiet on the head. This knocks Mr. Quiet overboard and into the water)

Mr. Quiet: Woah!

Miss Whoops: Whoops!

(Mr. Quiet surfaces and waves to Little Miss Whoops for help)

Miss Whoops: Of course, no boat should ever leave port without a maritime approved life preserver.

(Little Miss Whoops picks up a life preserver)

Mr. Quiet (offscreen): Ugh! Rrrr...uh!

(Little Miss Whoops tosses the life preserver over to Mr. Quiet. The life preserver bounces off of Mr. Quiet's head and pushes him back under the water)

Mr. Quiet: Oh, oof!

(The life preserver lands on top of the water and Mr. Quiet surfaces in the middle of it)

Mr. Quiet: Phew!

Miss Whoops (offscreen): But then...

(The camera cuts back to Little Miss Whoops)

Miss Whoops: Without sails and rope, and a first mate, you're sunk. Which brings me to the most important piece of equipment to have on board...

(Little Miss Whoops takes out the microphone part of the boat's ship to shore radio)

Miss Whoops: A ship to shore radio!

(Little Miss Whoops pushes the button on the radio's microphone and starts talking into it. A very angry and wet Mr. Quiet climbs back onto the boat still wearing the life preserver)

Miss Whoops: Hello? Dillydale Rescue? How's your day going? This is Miss Whoops.

(Little Miss Whoops walks around and bumps Mr. Quiet)

Miss Whoops: We seem to be having some technical difficulties.

(Mr. Quiet loses his balance and falls off the boat again)

Mr. Quiet: Woah!

(Mr. Quiet splashes into the water. Little Miss Whoops turns around when she realizes what happened)

Miss Whoops: Whoops!

(The scene cuts back to the studio)

Mr. Happy: Looks like you're having a little trouble, Miss Whoops.

Miss Whoops (on the monitor): Oh no! Nothing out of the ordinary!

(The monitor becomes staticky until cutting out entirely. The camera moves closer to Mr. Happy and Little Miss Sunshine)

Mr. Happy: Well, that certainly was an informative piece.

Miss Sunshine: It sure was. Makes me want to go sailing right now! Just not with Miss Whoops. (giggles)

(Mr. Quiet, soaking wet and angry, walks into the studio carrying the life preserver. Mr. Quiet places the life preserver on the desk and walks away in a huff)

Mr. Happy: Well, that's all the time we have today. Join us tomorrow for a very special cooking segment with Mr. Messy.

(Little Miss Sunshine knocks the life preserver off the desk)

Miss Sunshine: Ooh! I'll have to remember to bring an extra apron!

Mr. Happy: Ha-ha. Or two. All that and more on...

Mr. Happy and Miss Sunshine: Good Morning Dillydale!

(The camera fades back to the "Good Morning Dillydale" logo. The screen fades to black and the next scene plays. The camera first shows the hot, scorching sun before fading to a wide shot of where the scene is taking place. Mr. Nervous is shown stranded out at sea with only a life raft keeping him afloat. Mr. Nervous is staring at the cloudless sky)

Mr. Nervous: Geh.

(A shark fin is shown circling the life raft)

Mr. Nervous: Lost at sea. No rescuers in sight.

(Mr. Nervous takes out a water bottle but discovers there is not a single drop of water inside it upon trying to have a drink from it. Mr. Nervous tosses the water bottle overboard seeing no use for it anymore. The water bottle gets eaten by a shark as soon as it hits the water)

Mr. Nervous (offscreen): (whimpers)

(Three sharks are shown circling the life raft)

Mr. Nervous: Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink. I can't last much longer.

(Mr. Nervous takes out a volleyball with a face on it)

Mr. Nervous: Geh. Looks like it's just you and me.

(The camera zooms in on the volleyball)

Mr. Nervous (offscreen): It's nice to have company in these trying times.

(Mr. Nervous lowers the volleyball down and he and the viewer see one of the sharks)

Mr. Nervous (offscreen): Ah, don't mind them. (chuckles nervously)

(The camera cuts back to Mr. Nervous and the volleyball)

Mr. Nervous: They're-They're-- They're just trying to be friendly.

(Mr. Nervous hugs the volleyball so tight that the volleyball launches out of Mr. Nervous' grasp. Mr. Nervous tries to catch the volleyball)

Mr. Nervous: (gasps) Geeh!

(Mr. Nervous loses his grip on the volleyball)

Mr. Nervous: (gasp-like whimper)

(The volleyball lands in the water)

Mr. Nervous (offscreen): Oh!

(Mr. Nervous sees the volleyball floating in the water)

Mr. Nervous: Gah.

(The volleyball is eaten/deflated by one of the sharks)

Mr. Nervous: I'm doomed.

(Mr. Nervous pushes the button on his tape recorder and starts talking into it)

Mr. Nervous: Captain's log, final day at sea. It looks as though...geh...my end is near.

(The daydream ends and reveals that Mr. Nervous is in a pool with Mr. Noisy as the lifeguard and Mr. Grumpy on a diving board wearing a floatation device and is preparing to jump into the water)

Mr. Noisy: (through his megaphone) Okay, everybody out of the pool!!"

(Mr. Nervous sees the fin of a shark and then runs away screaming.The shark fin rises out of the water and it is revealed that the "shark" is simply Little Miss Naughty wearing a shark fin on her back laughing evilly. Mr. Grumpy gives Little Miss Naughty an annoyed look. Then the screen fades to black. The first bumper shows Mr. Quiet rowing his canoe. Miss Daredevil speeds past him in her speedboat and makes the canoe sink. Mr. Tickle's arms surround the screen and when they disappear, a dance video starring Mr. Strong plays)

Mr. Rude (voiceover): "Boogie, boogie, boogie, till the cows come home."

(The screen fades to black and the next bumper begins. Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small are shown pedaling in their boat. Miss Daredevil zooms past and sprays water on the pedal boat. The pedal boat sinks. Mr. Nosey frowns as their boat sinks below the surface. Mr. Small doesn't notice this and ends up submerged with the boat. The next scene shows Mr. Scatterbrain sitting in a rowboat that's near a dock. Mr. Lazy is shown standing on the dock. In the rowboat, Mr. Scatterbrain also has a bag)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Come on out for a boat ride, Mr. Lazy. It'll be fun.

Mr. Lazy: I don't know. Boating seems like a lot of work.

Mr. Scatterbrain: Oh, I'll do all the rowing. (chuckles) You don't have to worry about a thing!

Mr. Lazy: Really?

Mr. Scatterbrain: Abso-posit-lutely.

Mr. Lazy: Now, that's an offer I can't refuse.

(Mr. Lazy climbs into the boat and sits down. Mr. Scatterbrain digs around in his bag and pulls out an umbrella that opens up after being taken out of the bag)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Do you need an umbrella?

Mr. Lazy: No.

(Mr. Scatterbrain closes the umbrella and tosses it away. Mr. Scatterbrain digs around in his bag and pulls out a can opener)

Mr. Scatterbrain: How about a can opener?

Mr. Lazy: Did you bring any creamed corn?

Mr. Scatterbrain: No,

(Mr. Scatterbrain tosses the can opener away. Mr. Scatterbrain pulls a manatee out of his bag, much to Mr. Lazy's surprise)

Mr. Scatterbrain: But I brought a manatee.

(The manatee blinks, grunts, and jumps back into the water)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Don't take it personally, ha-ha, he's very shy.

(Mr. Lazy lies down in the boat)

Mr. Lazy: That's okay. I'll just be chilling over here.

(He stretches out before curling up on the boat's little bench, and falls asleep)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Okay, and, uh, I'll be rowing over here. (chuckles)

(Mr. Scatterbrain takes out a guitar and strums a melody before using it as an oar)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ Oh, I love to row my boat, boat! To keep us all a float, float! There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me! To keep us all a float, float๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Lazy: Uh, Mr. Scatterbrain. Are you gonna sing the whole time?

Mr. Scatterbrain: Oh, yes. It keeps me on course, don't you know?

(Mr. Lazy starts getting bothered by Mr. Scatterbrain's singing)

Mr. Scatterbrain (offscreen): ๐ŸŽถ Oh,๐ŸŽถ

[Mr. Lazy pulls out two small fish from the water and uses them as earplugs]

Mr. Scatterbrain (offscreen): ๐ŸŽถI love to row my boat, boat! To keep us all a float, float! There's nothing like the sea,๐ŸŽถ

(The camera cuts back to Mr. Scatterbrain as he continues rowing and singing)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ It's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ

(Mr. Lazy smiles as he falls asleep. The scene switches to Mr. Lazy's only daydream sequence. Mr. Lazy dreams of himself underwater, holding his breath, where many fish are dressed up dancing in an underwater ballroom. As he watches them dance, he sees a large octopus with a bowtie. The octopus plays with Mr. Lazy and fling the latter around before Mr. Lazy lands on the octopus, bows, and swims away. The daydream ends as Mr. Lazy wakes up and sees that there are now penguins dancing to the song, seals, and a polar bear strumming the guitar, much to Mr. Lazy's shock)

Mr. Scatterbrain and Arctic Animals: "๐ŸŽถOh... I love to row my boat boat! To keep us all a float float! ๐ŸŽถ"

Mr. Lazy: Uh, Mr. Scatterbrain! I thought you said we were only going for a short ride.

Mr. Scatterbrain: We are.

(Mr. Lazy looks around)

Mr. Lazy: "But we're in the South Pole!"

(The camera zooms out to reveal icebergs around the boat)

Mr. Scatterbrain: "No wonder it's so chilly." (shivers and chuckles) "I guess I took a wrong turn at Tahiti!"

Mr. Lazy: (worried) "This doesn't mean I'm gonna have to help us row home, does it?"

Mr. Scatterbrain: "Oh, no. Relax! Enjoy the trip!" (to the Arctic Animals) "Okay, let's start again, but this time, let's sing it in a round!" (Offscreen, the polar bear strums the guitar) "Polar bear's up front!"

Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Lazy, and Arctic Animals: "๐ŸŽถ I love to row by boat boat to keep us all afloat float. There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ"

(The screen irises out on the boat. The next bumper shows Mr. Noisy shouting inaudibly through his megaphone guiding Mr. Quiet, Miss Calamity, Mr. Messy, Mr. Happy, and Mr. Persnickety, who are all rowing a paddle boat, but Miss Daredevil zooms past and capsizes the canoe. They all rise to the surface, but when Miss Daredevil zooms past in the opposite direction, Mr. Persnickety rises to the surface. Various clones of Mr. Strong appear on screen with a whip sound accompanying each one. They fall down from the screen and the next scene begins. The next scene takes place on a cruise ship, sailing on the sea. On the decks of the ship, Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet are playing jazz music. Mr. Nosey is playing the clarinet, Mr. Happy is playing the accordion, and Mr. Quiet is playing the violin. Over at the pool, Mr. Grumpy, Little Miss Chatterbox, Little Miss Sunshine, Mr. Tickle, and Mr. Bounce are standing on the pool's edge about to do synchronized swimming to the music. In the same order, they dive into the pool. The camera pans to the right as Mr. Bounce, Little Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Tickle, and Little Miss Sunshine dance together in the pool. The camera pans out to show the synchronize swimmers in the pool while Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet play music on the pool deck. As they continue to play, Mr. Small hops onto Mr. Nosey's clarinet and begins dancing on it. Back at the pool, the synchronize swimmers are shown swimming upside-down with their feet above the surface dancing to the music. The camera pans to Mr. Tickle and shows him underwater. There, Mr. Tickle, deciding to take advantage of the serenity and lack of guard, gets an idea. Mr. Tickle stretches one of his arms out past Mr. Grumpy and towards Little Miss Chatterbox)

Mr. Tickle: (laughing)

(Mr. Tickle tickles Little Miss Chatterbox. This causes Little Miss Chatterbox to break concentration and she briefly leaps out of the water in surprise)

Miss Chatterbox: "Oh!"

(The camera cuts back to Mr. Tickle underwater.)

Mr. Tickle: (laughing)

(Mr. Tickle, getting carried away now knowing what he can do, tickles Mr. Grumpy, and he loses his concentration. Mr. Grumpy scratches and starts biting to shoo Mr. Tickle away. Fortunately, he doesn't bite Mr. Tickle as he was nowhere near Mr. Grumpy now. Then, Mr. Tickle tickles Mr. Bounce. Mr. Bounce loses his concentration and launches out of the water. Mr. Bounce bounces across the screen like he were trapped in a box then lands back into the pool. The camera cuts back to Mr. Tickle underwater)

Mr. Tickle: (laughing)

(Unexpectedly, the ship heads for rough water. Waves form on the surface as they bounce the ship up and down and dark clouds engulf the blue sky. The music changes from a peaceful tone to an offkey melody as the deck sways up and down. Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet's faces turn green as they become seasick from the rocking motion. All three of them are sliding across the moving decks. Despite them no longer playing their instruments, the offkey music continues playing in the background. At the pool, the synchronize swimmers continue swimming upside-down as the screen moves around in a circular motion. The deck continues bobbing up and down. Mr. Small soon stops dancing as he turns green in the face and becomes seasick as well. The music stops as the camera pans to the nauseous Mr. Nosey. Mr. Nosey blinks twice. The camera cuts back to the pool to Little Miss Chatterbox, who, like everyone else in the pool, has surfaced. The nauseous feeling caused by the unsteady movement has caught up to Little Miss Chatterbox and the other synchronize swimmers, as she is now green in the face and feeling very uncomfortable)

Miss Chatterbox: Suddenly my stomach feels really tickly. (covers her mouth and gags)

(The camera pans to a nauseous Mr. Tickle all while showing the queasy Mr. Bounce, Mr. Grumpy, and Little Miss Sunshine)

Mr. Tickle: Don't look at me! (covers his mouth and gags)

(The deck continues rising up and down as Mr. Tickle, Mr. Bounce, Little Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Grumpy, and Little Miss Sunshine get out of the pool and head to the railings of the ship's bow (and Mr. Happy, Mr. Nosey, and Mr. Quiet disappear). Upon reaching the bow, the whole ship lists to starboard (the right side) and the five of them slide in that direction. The screen fades to black. The next bumper takes place on a pirate ship with Little Miss Naughty as its captain. Getting an idea, Little Miss Naughty positions herself at the cannon. Little Miss Naughty laughs evilly before firing a plunger from the cannon. The plunger is connected to a chain which is connected to the ship. The plunger sticks to the stern of Little Miss Daredevil's speedboat. Little Miss Daredevil sees this and speeds up. Back on the pirate ship, Little Miss Naughty is speechless over her plunger cannon not having any effect. Soon, the chain runs out of slack and Little Miss Daredevil ends up taking the boat with her. This results in Little Miss Naughty falling off her ship, due to the fast speed, and into the water. Little Miss Naughty surfaces clearly unamused by the outcome. The screen cuts to black. The next scene also takes place on a cruise ship: the SS Stubborn. The SS Stubborn is sailing through a field of icebergs. At the bow of the ship, Mr. Stubborn (or in this case, "Captain Stubborn") is simply standing there as his ship slowly cruises through the field. Little Miss Calamity then pops up to the left of Captain Stubborn)

Miss Calamity: Mr. Stubborn?

Mr. Stubborn: That's "Captain Stubborn" to you, Miss Calamity.

Miss Calamity: Yes, Captain Stubborn, Don't you think you should steer clear these icebergs? We could hit one, which would tear a hole in the side of the ship.

Mr. Stubborn: Hmm. There's no way a little ice is going to damage a great big ship made of steel!

(The SS Stubborn crashes into an iceberg. The scene cuts to Mr. Fussy with a bird cage, and Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small (who is been held by the former) sliding down the boat deck. The camera cuts yet again to the ship as it starts sinking with the stern tilting into the water. The camera cuts to the boat deck where Mr. Quiet, Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Strong (who is holding a boat), Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Happy (who is trying to hide his fear), Miss Scary (who is revealed to enjoy the sinking), and Mr. Bump running across the boat deck, with Mr. Quiet, Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Grumpy, and Mr. Bump screaming as they run. Mr. Bump trips and slides down the boat deck with Mr. Rude laughing inaudibly at the former. As the ship continues to sink, the camera cuts to Miss Calamity sliding down the boat deck with Captain Stubborn)

Miss Calamity: "I knew it!"

Mr. Stubborn: "Knew what?"

Miss Calamity: "That we'd hit an iceberg and sink!"

Mr. Stubborn: "We are not sinking!"

Miss Calamity: "But, Mr. Stubborn-"

Mr. Stubborn: It's Captain Stubborn!

(The two slide to the captain's quarters)

Mr. Stubborn: Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to retire to my cabin."

(Mr. Stubborn opens the door and water gushes out of it along with Miss Helpful being caught in the wave)

Miss Helpful: "Come on y'all! Everyone to the lifeboats!"

Mr. Stubborn: "Land lubber."

(The scene cuts to the lifeboats where all the passengers, except Little Miss Calamity, have successfully been saved)

Mr. Persnickety: (amongst the passengers) "Hurrah, we're rescued!"

(The camera zooms in to show that Little Miss Calamity is still on board)

Miss Calamity: "Oh! Whoa!"

(S.S Stubborn sinks vertically and descends to the ocean floor, with only the tip of the bow sticking out. The camera cuts to reveal that Mr. Stubborn has escaped the sinking on a floating chair (although he refused to admit that his ship was sinking). Mr. Stubborn passes by Miss Calamity while humming to the tune of "It's A Small World")

Miss Calamity: Captain Stubborn! Save me! The ship's about to go under!

Mr. Stubborn: "For the last time, we are not sinking!"

(Little Miss Calamity gives up in despair when Mr. Scatterbrain, Mr. Lazy, and all the animals from their segment float over to the scene in their boat singing "I Love to Row my Boat-Boat")

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถOh... I love to row my boat boat! To keep us all a float float! There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and MEEE!!!๐ŸŽถ

(The animals applaud for Mr. Scatterbrain and he takes a bow. He then sees Little Miss Calamity)

Mr. Scatterbrain: Hello! Miss Calamity! (chuckles). Whatcha doin?

Miss Calamity: I'm sinking.

Mr. Scatterbrain: Ooh that sounds like fun! (chuckles) Hey! How would you like to come for a ride in our boat!

Miss Calamity: "Oh, you bet I would!"

(She jumps off the S.S. Stubborn and into Mr. Scatterbrain's boat)

Miss Calamity: Oh, Mr. Scatterbrain, you're a life saver!

Mr. Scatterbrain: (chuckles) And you're a back-up singer!

(Mr. Scatterbrain begins to sing a reprise of I Love to Row My Boat-Boat as the boat rows away)

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถOh... I love to row my boat boat ๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Boat boat ๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ to keep us all a float float! ๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Float float ๐ŸŽถ

Mr. Scatterbrain: ๐ŸŽถ There's nothing like the sea, it's fun for you and me!๐ŸŽถ

Miss Calamity: ๐ŸŽถ Me! ๐ŸŽถ

(Mr. Stubborn passes by with his floating chair)

Mr. Stubborn: Stop singing!

(The screen fades to black and the ending scene begins. The ending scene shows some previous happenings from the episode. Starting with the main sail being carried off by the wind and the main mast falling off of Mr. Quiet and Little Miss Whoops' boat)

Narrator: Boats.

(A shark fin is shown in the water)

Narrator: Could there be a more enjoyable way to take to the water?

(The shark fin rises out of the water revealing that the shark is simply Little Miss Naughty with a fake shark fin on her back)

Miss Naughty: (laughs evilly)

(Mr. Nosey and Mr. Small paddle by on their paddle boat. Mr. Nosey is visibly tired while Mr. Small is having an enjoyable time)

Narrator: So the next time...

(Little Miss Daredevil zooms by on her speedboat. Mr. Nervous is shown on an inflatable raft trying to get a drink of water from his empty water bottle. In the background, a cruise ship is sailing)

Narrator: You go boating,

(Mr. Bump is shown struggling to fish on his little wooden boat. Mr. Bump ends up hooking one of his bandages instead of a fish)

Narrator: Do remember to be considerate of your fellow boaters.

(In his little wooden boat, Mr. Scatterbrain is conducting a song with the polar bear playing the guitar, the seal and two penguins dancing, Little Miss Calamity smiling and having a nice time, Mr. Lazy dumbfounded by the scenario, and Mr. Stubborn (still wearing his captain's hat) simply ignoring what's going on)

Narrator: Whomever they might be.

(The screen fades to black and the episode ends)

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The Mr. Men Show Transcripts
Season 1 Physical | Boo-Boos (Doctors & Nurses in the UK; Hospitals in Australia) | Farm | Movies | Science | Lake | Books | Beach | Boats | Mall | Flying | Hobbies | Dance | Inventions | Fair | Camping | Amusement Park  | Trains | Paint | Fish | Adventure | Construction | Snow | Canned Goods | Jobs | Gardens | Collecting | Chores | Restaurants | Music | Full Moon | Night | Food | Bugs | Cooking | Rainy Day | Heatwave | Sleep | Yard Work (Lawns in the UK) | Parade | Games | Superstore | Hotel | Birthday | Car Wash | Wildlife | Dillydale Day | Cars | Sightseeing | The Dark | Circus | Ships
Season 2 Picnics | Driving | Outer Space | Clean Teeth | Airports | Shoes | Arts and Crafts | Game Shows | Garages | Eyeglasses | Toys | Reptiles | Hats | Robots | Parties | Up and Down | Dining Out | Gifts | Sun and Moon | Telephone | Seashore | Washing and Drying | Sneezes and Hiccups | Fruit | Radio | Supermarket | Skyscrapers | Cinema | Getting Around | Clocks | Post Office | Pets | Dance, Dance, Dance | Trees | Library | Pirates | Goo | Trains and Planes | Out to Sea | Next Door | Lunch | Machines | Home Improvement | Fairies and Gnomes | Birds | Bath and Bubbles | Sand and Surf | Parks | Surprises | Travel | Bad Weather | Pests



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