Little Bear – Emily’s Birthday / The Great Race / Circus For Tutu – Ep. 38


(♪♪) (♪♪)>>>(giggling)>>WE’RE HERE!>>ME TOO.>>(woofing)>>OH, GOOD. LUNCH IS ALMOST READY, YOU TWO.>>BRR, GRANNY, IT’S GETTING COLD OUTSIDE.>>I’M NOT COLD.>>YOU’VE GOT A FUR COAT.>>I KNOW.>>IT’S GETTING COLD IN HERE, TOO. WE NEED SOME MORE WOOD ON THE FIRE.>>WE CAN GET WOOD FOR YOU, GRANNY. COME ON, LITTLE BEAR, I’LL SHOW YOU WHERE IT IS. HERE’S THE WOOD PILE.>>(woofing)>>AND HERE’S ONE FOR YOU TOO, TUTU.>>GOOD JOB. JUST PUT IT IN THE WOOD BOX.>>(Tutu woofing)>>OH, THANK YOU, TUTU.>>IT’LL BE WINTER SOON, WON’T IT, GRANNY?>>I LOVE WINTER, DON’T YOU, LITTLE BEAR?>>OH, YES. I DON’T MIND THE COLD AT ALL, BUT I LOVE A FIRE IN THE FIREPLACE.>>SO DO I. OH, THAT WILL DO NICELY. THANK YOU, EMILY. THANK YOU, LITTLE BEAR.>>(woofing)>>AND THANK YOU, TUTU.>>(chirping)>>WHAT WAS THAT?>>IT SOUNDED VERY MUCH LIKE A CRICKET. MAYBE YOU BROUGHT HIM IN WITH THE FIREWOOD.>>(Cricket chirping)>>I CAN’T SEE HIM.>>OH, HE COULD BE ANYWHERE.>>(chirping)>>THAT CAME FROM OVER THERE.>>Emily: NOPE.>>NUH-UH.>>(chirping)>>(excited barking)>>Emily: OVER THERE.>>Little Bear: MAYBE HE’S IN THE CUPBOARD.>>I DON’T THINK SO.>>HE’LL CHIRP A LOT AS THE HOUSE WARMS UP, BUT YOU HAVE TO BE CAREFUL. YOU DON’T WANT TO SCARE HIM.>>WE CAN’T FIND HIM ANYWHERE.>>I DON’T THINK HE’S EVER GOING TO COME OUT.>>WELL, CRICKETS ARE VERY SHY BY NATURE, YOU KNOW.>>MM.>>(cricket chirping)>>(woofing)>>DO YOU KNOW THAT IT’S GOOD LUCK TO HAVE A CRICKET IN THE HOUSE?>>EMILY, YOU HAVE A LUCKY HOUSE.>>I GUESS I DO. LISTEN.>>(chirping)>>ISN’T THAT NICE?>>CRICKETS ARE VERY MUSICAL.>>YES, THEY ARE. VERY MUCH SO.>>(Little Bear chirping)>>(chirping)>>DID YOU HEAR THAT? HE ANSWERED ME, I HEARD HIM.>>LET ME TRY.>>(chirping)>>(Cricket chirping)>>Emily: OH, ISN’T HE WONDERFUL?>>HE’S TALKING TO US. HE’S A VERY CLEVER CRICKET.>>THAT’S WHAT WE’LL NAME HIM: CLEVER CRICKET.>>(chirping)>>I THINK HE’S TRYING TO TEACH US A SONG.>>(Emily chirping)>>(accordion ♪♪) (all chirping ♪♪) (♪♪) (all giggling)>>OH, LOOK, THERE HE IS, CLEVER CRICKET.>>(woofing)>>OOH! OH, HA HA! HE’S JUMPING ALL OVER THE PLACE.>>CRICKETS JUST NATURALLY JUMP AND THEY NEVER REALLY KNOW WHERE THEY’RE GOING TO LAND. WELL, THERE THERE. NOW, TAKE A DEEP BREATH, CLEVER CRICKET, AND TRY TO SETTLE DOWN. THAT’S BETTER.>>YOU SURE ARE A GOOD JUMPER, CLEVER CRICKET.>>YES INDEED. YOU HAVE THE JUMPS LIKE PEOPLE HAVE THE HICCUPS.>>(chirping)>>OH, I’VE NEVER KNOWN SUCH A MUSICAL CRICKET.>>I THINK HE REALLY LIKES IT HERE.>>HE’S WELCOME TO SPEND THE WHOLE WINTER. AS A MATTER OF FACT, HE CAN STAY AS LONG AS HE LIKES.>>(woofing)>>I THINK HE’S GOING TO BE VERY HAPPY HERE. (accordion ♪♪) (♪♪)>>LOOK, THE MICE HAVE COME OUT TO DANCE. I DIDN’T KNOW MICE WERE SUCH GOOD DANCERS.>>LET ME SEE. I THINK WE NEED A FEW WORDS TO GO WITH THIS SONG. ♪ EMILY’S CRICKET ♪ FIDDLES AT NIGHT ♪ AND THE MICE COME OUT ♪ IN THE FIRE LIGHT ♪ LINE UP ACROSS ♪ AND DANCE DOWN THE MIDDLE ♪ ALL TO THE TUNE ♪ OF THE CRICKET’S FIDDLE ♪ OH WHAT FUN ♪ TO BE A MOUSE ♪ DANCING ON THE FLOOR ♪ OF GRANNY’S HOUSE ♪ EMILY’S CRICKET ♪ FIDDLES AT NIGHT ♪ AND THE MICE COME OUT ♪ IN THE FIRE LIGHT ♪ OH WHAT FUN ♪ TO BE A MOUSE ♪ DANCING ON THE FLOOR ♪ OF GRANNY’S HOUSE ♪ LINE UP ACROSS ♪ AND DANCE DOWN THE MIDDLE ♪ ALL TO THE TUNE ♪ OF THE CRICKET’S FIDDLE ♪>>(all cheering)>>(giggling)>>(chirping)>>WHOA, I GOT IT! HA HA!>>AW…>>(giggling) LOOK.>>LITTLE BEAR, YOU’RE JUST IN TIME TO ADD THE MARSHMALLOWS TO THE MARSHMALLOW MIXED BERRY PIE.>>MM, MARSHMALLOW MIXED BERRY PIE, MY FAVOURITE.>>HA HA!>>THIS HAS ALWAYS BEEN YOUR MOTHER’S FAVOURITE PIE TOO, LITTLE BEAR. AS LONG AS THERE ARE TWICE AS MANY RASPBERRIES AS BLACKBERRIES.>>JUST THE WAY I LIKE IT.>>THANK YOU.>>WHAT DO YOU HAVE THERE?>>LEAVES. GOLD LEAVES. I CAUGHT THEM.>>OH, THEY’RE BEAUTIFUL.>>LET’S PRESS THEM IN A BOOK LIKE YOU USED TO DO WHEN YOU WERE LITTLE.>>YES, LET’S PRESS THEM.>>THAT’S A GOOD IDEA. IT WILL KEEP YOUR LEAVES IN PERFECT CONDITION SO YOU’LL HAVE THEM FOR LATER. IT’S BEST TO PUT THE LEAVES SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE AND SMOOTH IT OUT SO THAT WHEN YOU CLOSE IT NONE OF THE LEAVES’ CORNERS GET BENT.>>CAN I TRY? JUST LIKE THAT?>>JUST LIKE THAT.>>(yawning)>>MM, LOOKS LIKE IT’S TIME FOR A NAP.>>(yawning) BUT I’M NOT TIRED.>>HMM.>>WELL, MAYBE A LITTLE TIRED.>>BY THE TIME YOU’VE FINISHED YOUR NAP THE PIE SHOULD BE READY.>>OKAY.>>(yawning)>>WHAT WERE YOU LIKE WHEN YOU WERE A LITTLE BEAR?>>WELL, I WAS LIKE YOU. I LOVED TO PLAY OUTSIDE. I LOVED TO COLLECT LEAVES, AND I LOVED TO SNUGGLE UP UNDER A COSY QUILT FOR AN AFTERNOON NAP, ESPECIALLY UNDER THIS QUILT THAT YOUR GRANDMOTHER AND I MADE TOGETHER.>>YOU DID? WHAT ARE THESE?>>THOSE ARE CHARMS FROM A BRACELET I WORE WHEN I WAS LITTLE. THAT’S A SAILBOAT, A LITTLE BIRD CHARM.>>WHAT WAS HERE? THERE’S ONE MISSING.>>THAT ONE WAS A MAPLE LEAF, BUT IT’S LOST NOW. I’VE NEVER BEEN ABLE TO FIND IT. NOW, GO TO SLEEP.>>HMM.>>(snoring softly)>>girl’s voice: WHAT ARE YOU DOING, YOU SILLY THING? YOU SHOULD BE ON YOUR WAY BY NOW.>>ME? I’M NOT DOING ANYTHING, AND I’M NOT A SILLY THING.>>OH, I DIDN’T MEAN YOU, I WAS TALKING TO MY ROBIN.>>(chirping)>>HE’S YOUR ROBIN?>>WELL, I LOOKED AFTER HIM WHEN HE WAS LITTLE, AND NOW HE WON’T FLY AWAY.>>MAYBE HE THINKS YOU’RE HIS MOTHER.>>OH, HA!>>HEY! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?>>I’M COLLECTING LEAVES. WANT TO HELP?>>SURE.>>QUICK, TRY TO CATCH THOSE LEAVES BEFORE THEY HIT THE GROUND.>>>OH!>>>(giggling)>>THERE ARE SO MANY, IT’S SNOWING LEAVES.>>YES, IT’S LEAFING.>>YAY!>>(both giggling)>>♪ IT’S LEAVING ♪ IT’S POURING…>>>♪…THE OLD MAN IS SNORING ♪>>(mock snoring)>>HA HA HA!>>HEY, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?>>I’M BURYING YOU.>>(playful growling) I’M THE LEAF MONSTER!>>NO, DON’T GET ME, DON’T GET ME, HA HA!>>(giggling)>>YOU’RE NOT A LEAF MONSTER, YOU’RE LITTLE BEAR.>>>(giggling)>>I FOUND IT! HERE IT IS, THE PERFECT MAPLE LEAF.>>IT’S VERY NICE.>>YES, LOOK, IT’S JUST LIKE THE ONE ON MY CHARM BRACELET.>>OH, YOUR CHARM BRACELET?>>LET’S GO PRESS IT IN MY BOOK. THIS IS WHERE I KEEP MY BEST LEAVES.>>YOU DO?>>THIS WILL KEEP IT IN PERFECT CONDITION WHILE IT DRIES SO I HAVE IT FOR LATER. IT’S BEST TO PUT IT SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE AND SMOOTH IT OUT SO THAT WHEN YOU CLOSE IT…>>…NONE OF THE LEAVES’ CORNERS GET BENT.>>RIGHT.>>>(giggling)>>MM, SOMETHING SMELLS GOOD.>>MY MOTHER’S BAKED MY FAVOURITE PIE. COME ON. LITTLE BEAR!>>MARSHMALLOW MIXED BERRY PIE.>>Mother Bear:LITTLE BEAR,IT’S READY…>>WITH TWICE AS MUCH RASPBERRIES AS BLACKBERRIES.>>Mother Bear:MM-HMM.WANT A PIECE?DID YOU HAVE A NICE NAP?>>I KNOW WHERE THE MISSING CHARM IS, MOTHER BEAR.>>YOU DO?>>OH! MY GOODNESS!>>I HOPE YOU HAD A NICE NAP, LITTLE BEAR. WOULD ANYONE LIKE A PIECE OF MARSHMALLOW MIXED BERRY PIE?>>>I WOULD, I WOULD!>>Little Bear: AH, FEEL THE WIND, GRANDFATHER BEAR. WEE! HA HA!>>HA, I FEEL IT!>>SHOULD WE BUILD A KITE?>>I CAN’T TODAY, LITTLE BEAR. I HAVE TO CLEAN OUT THE SHED.>>ALL RIGHT, I’LL HELP. WHAT A MESS!>>IT IS A MESS, ISN’T IT?>>I’LL DO THE SWEEPING.>>AH… AH… AH-CHOO! PHEW, WHAT A LOT OF DUST. WHY DON’T WE STRAIGHTEN THINGS UP FIRST AND THEN GIVE THE PLACE A GOOD SWEEPING?>>ALL RIGHT. WHERE DO WE START? OOP. SORRY, BROOM, YOU’LL HAVE TO WAIT YOUR TURN. WHAT ARE ALL THESE LITTLE THINGS?>>THOSE ARE NUTS AND BOLTS. THEY HOLD THINGS TOGETHER. NOW, I KEEP THE NUTS IN ONE JAR AND THE BOLTS IN ANOTHER.>>HERE’S A JAR.>>WE’VE GOT ONE FOR NUTS.>>ONE FOR NUTS. ONE FOR BOLTS.>>ONLY PROBLEM WITH THESE JARS IS I CAN’T FIT MY PAW INTO THEM, SO I END UP DUMPING THE NUTS AND THE BOLTS OUT ON THE FLOOR. OOP! SEE WHAT I MEAN? HAPPENS EVERY TIME.>>HEY! HEY!>>I GUESS I SHOULD MOVE IT OUTSIDE, BUT IT’S MY FAVOURITE PLACE TO NAP. AHH. NOTHING LIKE A GOOD PILE OF HAY.>>AMAH. SO, WHAT ELSE DO WE NEED TO DO?>>WELL, LET’S SEE. WE NEED TO PUT AWAY THE TOOLS, STACK THE BUCKETS…>>(yawning)>>(snoring)>>YOU TAKE A NAP, GRANDFATHER, AND I’LL CLEAN UP, OKAY?>>(snoring)>>HMM.>>(clattering) OH. BROOM, I TOLD YOU TO WAIT. I DON’T HAVE TIME FOR GAMES. I HAVE TO CLEAN UP. NOW, YOU STAY RIGHT THERE. I’LL PICK UP THE NUTS AND BOLTS. HERE’S A BOLT. A NUT. ANOTHER BOLT.>>(clattering)>>(snoring)>>BROOM! IF YOU’RE NOT GOING TO BEHAVE, YOU HAVE TO SIT OUTSIDE. OOP! I’D BETTER WIND THIS UP.>>(wind gusting) WHOA!>>(clattering)>>(pots smashing)>>Grandfather, sleepy: HUH?>>YOU AGAIN? LOOK AT THE MESS YOU MADE, BROOM. YOU’D BETTER STAY UP HERE WHERE I CAN KEEP AN EYE ON YOU. HOW AM I GOING TO CLEAN ALL THIS UP? THAT’S IT, YOU’RE GOING OUT IN THE GARDEN. HMM, THE DUST PAN. INTERESTING. YOU’RE TRYING TO HELP, AREN’T YOU, BROOM? MAYBE YOU CAN HELP. THANKS. NOW, WANT TO HELP WITH THE NUTS AND BOLTS? GOOD JOB. NOW LET’S FILL UP THESE JARS. NUT, BOLT, BOLT, NUT. OOPS! THAT WAS A BOLT. NO PROBLEM.>>(snoring)>>(clattering)>>GOOD IDEA, BROOM. NUTS. BOLTS. HMM. WE STILL NEED TO COIL UP THIS ROPE. ANY IDEAS, BROOM? LET’S TRY IT. NOW, HOLD STILL. AROUND AND AROUND AND AROUND WE GO. WHERE WE STOP, NOBODY KNOWS. THERE. THANKS.>>(snoring)>>THE ONLY THING LEFT TO DO IS SWEEP UP. NOW, I WONDER WHO CAN HELP ME WITH THAT? HA HA! I THOUGHT SO. THANK YOU FOR THE DANCE, BROOM.>>AH… AH… AH-CHOO!>>OOPS.>>WELL, I MUST HAVE DOZED OFF. WE’D BETTER GET TO WORK. MY GOODNESS! YOU’VE CLEANED THE PLACE UP.>>LOOK, GRANDFATHER BEAR, NOW YOUR PAW WON’T GET STUCK.>>WHAT A GOOD IDEA. DID YOU DO ALL OF THIS BY YOURSELF?>>WELL, I HAD SOME HELP FROM MY BROOM.>>HA HA! WELL, YOU AND YOUR BROOM DID A GREAT JOB. I BET ALL THIS HARD WORK HAS MADE YOU THIRSTY.>>MM-HMM.>>HOW ABOUT A BIG GLASS OF LEMONADE?>>THAT SOUNDS GOOD.>>COME ON.>>THERE, BROOM. NOW YOU CAN TAKE A REST, TOO.

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