George is very surprised to find Hundley bouncing, running and playing all around the apartment building. And when this "new fun" Hundley makes a total mess of his beloved lobby, George ... See full summary »

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George is very surprised to find Hundley bouncing, running and playing all around the apartment building. And when this "new fun" Hundley makes a total mess of his beloved lobby, George knows that all is not what it seems. But how can he prove it? Deciding a collection of signs would make a cool display for his room, George sets out to gather them from all around town. But when people start losing their way, George realizes how important signs are and starts putting them back - but not quite in their proper places. Written by Anonymous

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Curiosity Objects the Doubles and Doubles the Objects
17 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First, in the City, something is wrong when Curious George witnesses Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund's messing the lobby, which is very uncharacteristic because Hundley prides himself in keeping the lobby neat and orderly.

Now, when the Doorman and the Man with the Yellow Hat interrogate Curious George and Hundley, they find it difficult to believe Curious George's testimony that it was Hundley, who has scattered papers across the lobby, and no one objects more to Curious George's accusation than Hundley himself, maintaining his innocence.

Well, Hundley appears more energetic than ever and wants to play, so Curious George follows him with a camera, photographing his every move to document activities, but Curious George finds the matter especially curious when he returns to the lobby after Hundley exits, and finds Hundley's quietly lounging upon his cushion...?

Then, outside upon the sidewalk, Hundley frolics with Charkie the black Cocker Spaniel, which also seems curious because Hundley rarely plays with Charkie...or with anyone else, for that matter.

And then, Curious George sorts his developed photographs into two groups, the serious side of the normal Hundley, wearing his brown collar, and the playful side of this strange Hundley, wearing a red collar? Now, how does Hundley manage to switch collars in mid play? And does this red collar cause dogs to play without restraint?

Well, Curious George decides to find out for himself, by rummaging through the Man with the Yellow Hat's closet, where the Man with the Yellow Hat stores his boots, shirts and three extra Yellow Hats (which brings us to a Goof because the Man with the Yellow Hat often says that there is only one of his custom-made Yellow Hats in existence). Anyway, Curious George procures a red tie from the Man with the Yellow Hat's collection even though the Man with the Yellow Hat also claims to wear only basic yellow (although we do sometimes see him in multi-colored leisure-ware).

But, back inside the lobby, Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund finally meets Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund face-to-face, as Curious George looks on, considering this experience especially curious, yes, very curious, indeed.

So, what will happen when Dorothy the Doorman's Sister arrives to explain to the Doorman and the Man with the Yellow Hat that Doxie (or Dachsie?) the Doorman's Sister's Dachshund ran away from Dorothy the Doorman's Sister? Do you think that this is a case of Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund taking the blame for Doxie the Doorman's Sister's Dachshund all along, as Curious George discovers an "All-New Hundley?"

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Next, also in the City, Curious George strolls the sidewalks beside the Man with the Yellow Hat, as Curious George feasts his eyes upon bold, colorful signs. And when the Man with the Yellow Hat meets Steve the City Neighborhood Boy, Steve explains that he changes Bijou movie posters and also explains that the theater manager allows Steve to keep the old ones.

Now, Curious George decides to see for himself, and so he visits Steve's room to see his posters adorning Steve's walls, so Curious George decides that he, too, needs to collect favorite things, but cannot decide what to collect until he observes a workman's dismantling a "No Crossing" sign from a lamp-post.

Well, Curious George sets out to find the best-looking signs in town to place into his wagon, as he hikes around Endless Park, the Zoo and Museum of Science: "Duck Crossing," "Picnic Area," "Ice Cream," "Canoe Crossing," "Bicycle Path," "Tiger Cage," "Don't Feed the Bears," "Dinosaur Exhibit" and "Little Girls' Room."

Then, back inside the lobby, Curious George posts upon the Doorman's station, a pretty dog sign with a bright red circle and slash through the middle, considering that Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund would appreciate this. But what Curious George does not know would be that this sign means "No Dogs Allowed," and so Delivery Men begin a chain of events to evict a poor, unknowing Hundley from the lobby!

But then, the chain of events which Curious George causes to affect the City is only beginning! For, you see, when Curious George returns to Endless Park to collect additional signs because there is still plenty of room to expand his collection, he observes a bicyclist colliding with a jogger, leading to an altercation, picnickers disoriented from not knowing where to set their baskets, canoeists not knowing where to set their canoe, and ducks unable to cross the sidewalk, while nobody's buying ice cream from the Vendor, all because there are no signs to lead the way, which all causes plenty of problems for the Park Officer.

And then, after Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund again becomes evicted from the lobby, Curious George decides to replace signs in places where they look good, but then a bicyclist drives into the pond because the canoing sign should have been placed there, Curious George.

Well, when Curious George hears the Doorman telling a Delivery Man not to toss Hundley out on the sidewalk because that sign is a mistake because Hundley belongs here, Curious George realizes that signs must have meaning, and so he must rectify his mishaps, especially when the Little Girl tries to enter into the Tiger Cage marked "Little Girls' Room" to wash her hands, or at least until her Mother tells her not to go there because she sees the tiger first!

So, at Museum of Science, under the "Ice Cream" sign, Professor Wiseman tells the Man with the Yellow Hat that she wonders why customers keep asking her for ice cream, and the Man with the Yellow Hat speculates that the absence of her "No Dogs Allowed" sign probably allows Charkie the black Cocker Spaniel and friend to frolic through Museum of Science. Then, will Professor Wiseman be able to explain to Curious George the difference between signs' saying what you may and may not do, hence those red slashes, as Curious George "Signs Up?"


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