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: But, but, but what about me, I mean what am I going to be? Zippy
: Eh, the baby. George
: The, the baby? Jane
: Oh George, you'll look wonderful in this little bonnet.
[puts a blue bonnet on his head
: Oh yes, I know, but...
[Geoffrey shoves a pacifyer into George's mouth
: [reading the story from his book
] Now, the King was a greedy man and wanted lots and lots of gold, so he told the miller that he'd like to meet his daughter and then he said goodbye. Geoffrey
: [following Zippy's instructions
] I'd like to meet your daughter. Goodbye!
: What's that I can hear? George
: Is it a scooter? Zippy
: It it s a fly? Zippy
: No, it's Super Bungle!
: I'm drawing a new sort of magic animal. Geoffrey
: A magic animal? Well what's it's going to be looking like, Zippy? Zippy
: Ah, it's called the pussydoggosnakeyzippyphant!
[holds up a drawing
] Oh, it looks more like a squashed jelly.
: Germs, germs, germs! You've got germs on the brain, George!
Det. Insp. Zippy
: Now then, Bungle-Bonz. You said the storybook was on this table before we went outside to play and when you came in to get it, it wasn't there. Bungle
: Eh, yes sir. Det. Insp. Zippy
: Ah, in that case, I must look for a clue. George
: Y-you don't need to look for it, Zippy, I've got it, here. Det. Insp. Zippy
: You, George? George
: Yes, look: the glue. Det. Insp. Zippy
: Oh, not glue, George, a clue!
: Horace, don't be naughty and pass Geoffrey the book! Oh, I'm sorry, Geoffrey, but sometimes Horace is very naughty. I'll pass you the story book.
[and he does
: Thank you very much, Bungle. Zippy
: Er, tell Horace not to worry Bungle, sometimes, even I'm naughty, too.
: Nobody likes me. Nobody wants to be my friend. Well, I don't want to be friends with any of you again. Never ever. Especially you, Geoffrey Haystacks!