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Mrs. Turtle (Character)
from "Franklin" (1997)

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"Franklin: Franklin Takes a Trip/Franklin's Bicycle Helmet (#2.7)" (1998)
Mr. Turtle: Mom, are we going to be there soon? We've been driving for so long!
Franklin Turtle: Dad!
Mrs. Turtle: Isn't that Franklin's job?

[last lines]
["Franklin Takes a Trip"]
Mr. Turtle: That's a nice old-fashioned postcard, Franklin.
Franklin Turtle: I want to send it to Goose!
Mrs. Turtle: What would like to say to Goose?
Franklin Turtle: Hmm. "Dear Goose, how are you? We are at a pioneer village. There are lots of fun things to do. Did you know that the pioneers had really neat rides too? See you when I get home. Your friend, Franklin."

[last lines]
["Franklin's Bicycle Helmet"]
Mrs. Turtle: Does everyone like your new helmet?
Franklin Turtle: I don't know. But I sure do.
Mr. Turtle: Well, as long as you like it, that's the important thing.
Franklin Turtle: Yeah. You're right, dad.

"Franklin: Franklin Rides a Bike/Franklin Is Messy (#1.5)" (1997)
[last lines]
["Franklin Rides a Bike"]
Franklin Turtle: I almost did it!
Mrs. Turtle: Try it again?
Franklin Turtle: And again and again and again and again.
Mrs. Turtle: Oh, I don't think you'll need that many agains to do it.
Franklin Turtle: Yeah? Then maybe tomorrow I can go bike riding with my friends! Thanks, mom.

[first lines]
["Franklin is Messy"]
Narrator: Franklin could count forwards and backwards. He could count by twos and tie his shoes. But Franklin was so messy that he could hardly ever find his things... even special things.
Mrs. Turtle: [indicating Franklin's pretend armor] Sir Franklin? Do you have to wear that at the table?
Franklin Turtle: Sir Bear is going to be here any minute, mom. And...
[sound of knocking on the door]
Franklin Turtle: There he is!

[last lines]
["Franklin is Messy"]
Mr. Turtle: As king of Turtle castle, I dub thee Sir Franklin... the neat and tidy.
Mrs. Turtle: Long may he pick up after himself.
Franklin Turtle: Oh, I will. I want my room to look like this all the time.
Bear: Hey, Sir Franklin. Are you coming out?
Franklin Turtle: Yep. As soon as I find my armor.
[grabs it from a box and puts it on]
Franklin Turtle: And from now on, that's not going to be a problem.

"Franklin: Franklin Itching to Skateboard/Franklin Forgives (#6.1)" (2004)
[first lines]
["Franklin Itching to Skateboard"]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew that he could always share his concerns with his parents, but one day something happened that Franklin didn't tell them.
Franklin Turtle: Wahoo! Watch this, Bear. A 360 kick turn.
Bear: That's great, Franklin!
Mrs. Turtle: Well done!
Mrs. Bear: Very impressive.

[first lines]
["Franklin Forgives"]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked to go on picnics with his Mom and Dad and his sister, Harriet. But one day, he brought along a special friend too.
Franklin Turtle: These are bulrushes, Goldie. See how soft and fuzzy they are?
Mrs. Turtle: Franklin, come and put on some sunscreen.
Franklin Turtle: Okay, mom. I'm showing Goldie around, mom. She's never seen the pond before.
Mr. Turtle: And I've never seen anyone bring a fish to a picnic before.

[last lines]
["Franklin Forgives"]
Franklin Turtle: Boy, did we ever miss you, Goldie! I bet you're really hungry.
Mr. Turtle: I could make Goldie some of my famous pancakes.
Franklin Turtle: Dad. Goldie can't eat pancakes. But I can.
Mrs. Turtle: Sounds like your stomach is feeling better.
Franklin Turtle: You're right. I feel okay now. Can Beaver stay for breakfast?
Mrs. Turtle: Of course.
Beaver: Gee, thanks!
Franklin Turtle: Hey, dad, can you make pancakes shaped like fish?
Mr. Turtle: I think I could manage that.
Mrs. Turtle: As long as they don't taste like fish.

"Franklin: Franklin's Gift/Franklin Growing Up Fast (#2.2)" (1998)
[first lines]
["Franklin Growing Up Fast"]
Narrator: Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He liked riding his bike and playing games with his friends. But how long would that last? Franklin wanted to grow up fast.
Mrs. Turtle: [watching a black-and-white film on a projector reel] And there's your father pretending to be a sea monster.
Franklin Turtle: Hey. How come I'm not there too?
Mr. Turtle: This film was taken before you were born. A long time ago.

[last lines]
["Franklin Growing Up Fast"]
Mr. Turtle: You know, it's so nice out. What do you say we go kite-flying after dinner?
Mrs. Turtle: Oh, I like the sound of that.
Franklin Turtle: You still like flying kites?
Mr. Turtle: Sure we do. I've loved flying kites since I was... well, since I was your age.
Mrs. Turtle: No matter how big you get, Franklin, there are some things you never outgrow.

"Franklin: Franklin Goes to School/Franklin Is Lost (#1.3)" (1997)
Mrs. Turtle: You're a real keener, aren't you?
Franklin Turtle: What's a "keener?"
Mrs. Turtle: It means you're enthusiastic. You're eager to get to school and start learning.

Mr. Turtle: You know, I had to walk to school when I was a kid.
Mrs. Turtle: We know. 2 1/2 miles?

"Franklin: Franklin's Garden/Franklin Runs Away (#2.11)" (1998)
Mrs. Turtle: How was school today?
Franklin Turtle: Awful! Will you make me my snack now?

[last lines]
["Franklin Runs Away"]
Mrs. Turtle: Your father and I would miss you if you went to live in the tree fort.
Franklin Turtle: [gives her a hug] Yeah, I'd miss you too. And your cookies!
Mrs. Turtle: Heh heh heh heh.
[She hands him the cookie jar]
Mrs. Turtle: How can I say no after a nice hug like that?
Franklin Turtle: Thanks, mom.

"Franklin: Franklin's Day Off/Franklin's Homemade Cookies (#3.7)" (1999)
Mrs. Turtle: Franklin? I thought you were going on a ride with Bear.
Franklin Turtle: I am, but I can't find the rake.
Mrs. Turtle: [chuckles] You're going to ride the rake?
Franklin Turtle: Huh? No, I need it to find the bicycle pump.

Franklin Turtle: [regarding his cookies] Well, do you like them?
Mr. Turtle: They're very... crunchy.
Mrs. Turtle: And they're very... gingery.
Franklin Turtle: But do they taste good?
Mr. Turtle: Why don't you try one and see what you think?

"Franklin: Franklin and the Copycat/Big Brother Franklin (#3.10)" (1999)
Mrs. Turtle: No one's artwork will ever be the same as yours, Franklin.

"Franklin: Franklin's Masterpiece/Franklin and the Computer (#3.3)" (1999)
Franklin Turtle: Do you know I've almost beaten level three?
Mrs. Turtle: That's quite an accomplishment. I guess.

"Franklin: Finders Keepers for Franklin/Franklin's New Friend (#1.8)" (????)
Franklin Turtle: A moose family, mom! I've never seen a moose before. They're huge. Huge! Even the small one is huge.
Mrs. Turtle: That's nice. Maybe you'll make a new friend.
Franklin Turtle: No, I don't think so. I've got lots of old friends and I don't think I need a new one, especially a big one like that.

"Franklin: Franklin Says Sorry/Franklin and the Fire (#2.10)" (1998)
[last lines]
["Franklin and the Fire"]
Mr. Mole: This time I'm going to be ready if there's a fire. It won't catch me off-guard.
Franklin Turtle: My mom and dad are ready too, Mr. Mole. Aren't you?
Mr. Turtle: Yes we are, Franklin.
Mrs. Turtle: And thanks to our fire drill, now you are too.

"Franklin: Franklin's Go-Cart Race/Sir Franklin's Squire (#6.12)" (2004)
[last lines]
["Sir Franklin's Squire"]
Mrs. Turtle: For proving yourself worthy of being a knight, I hereby dub thee Sir Snail the Brave.
Beaver, Franklin Turtle, Mrs. Turtle, Mr. Turtle, Harriet Turtle, Bear: Hooray for Sir Snail!

"Franklin: Franklin's Birthday Party/Franklin's Nickname (#2.8)" (1998)
[last lines]
["Franklin's Birthday Party"]
Mrs. Turtle: It looks like Turtle Point is a big hit, Franklin.
Franklin Turtle: Yeah. Even dad is having fun.
Mr. Turtle: [dressed as a carnival-hawker] We've got squirt-tag and mini-golf. We've got train rides and water slides. We've got everything at Turtle Point.
[sounds of cheering and laughter]
Beaver: [sliding down waterslide] Hey, Goose! Watch this!

"Franklin: Franklin's Cookie Question/Franklin's Picnic (#5.14)" (2004)
[last lines]
["Franklin's Picnic"]
Franklin Turtle: Is that spinach in the casserole?
Mrs. Turtle: Yes, dear.
Franklin Turtle: Oh, okay.
Mr. Turtle, Mrs. Turtle: Franklin?
Mr. Turtle: Is that you?
Harriet Turtle: [points] Yes, that Fwankin.

Franklin's Magic Christmas (2002) (V)
Harriet Turtle: Fwankin mad?
Franklin Turtle: Of course I'm mad. Why can't you leave my stuff alone?
Mrs. Turtle: Now, Franklin, there's no need to be so cross. Your sister's sorry.
Harriet Turtle: Sowwy.