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Elliot Moose: Beach Toys/Lion Aid/Sir Elliot and the Dragon/Friendship Flowers – Ep.10

Elliot Moose: Beach Toys/Lion Aid/Sir Elliot and the Dragon/Friendship Flowers – Ep.10


♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ I’m Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ I like to play ♪ ♪ And with my friends ♪ ♪ I’ll play all day ♪ ♪ My best friend Socks has a costume box ♪ ♪ So we dress up and then ♪ ♪ We pretend to be astronauts in space ♪ ♪ Or a detective solving a case ♪ ♪ Pirates, knights, explorers too ♪ ♪ Then we come home again ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>Elliot! ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>Have you seen Elliot? ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>ALL: Oh, Elliot! ♪ Elliot Moose is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪>>Today’s show is about friends being kind to friends. (Sighing) (Thunder crashing) (Groaning)>>It’s still raining. I’m tired of being inside all day.>>Socks, I think it’s time for the Cheer Up Your Friend’s Club to have a meeting.>>Me too.>>Paisley, how about a game of hide and seek?>>No. (Sighing)>>How about a game of dress up?>>No, thank you. I’m not in the mood for games.>>Is there anything we can do to cheer you up? (Thunder crashing, screaming) Wow!>>Not unless you can make it sunny outside. (Sighing) I’m going to find a book to read. (Sighing)>>Socks, we have to find a way to cheer up Paisley! (Thunder crashing, gasping)>>How? Paisley said that the only way we could cheer him up is if we made it sunny outside. We’d have to be magicians!>>Hey! Great idea, Socks!>>Thanks! Huh? What is?>>We could try a magic spell. How about this one? “Hippety Hoppety, cotton tailed bunny. Go away rain, please make it sunny.” (Thunder crashing)>>BOTH: Whoa!>>Elliot, I really don’t think magic’s going to work.>>I’ve got it! If we can’t make it sunny outside, we’ll just have to make it sunny inside! Let’s turn the playroom into a tropical island!>>Uh-Huh!>>Maybe that will turn Paisley back into his old, happy self.>>That a great idea, Elliot! We’ll need Beaverton’s help.>>Okay.>>Beaverton! Beaverton!!!>>You hollered?>>Hi, Beaverton. Paisley is sad because it’s dark and rainy, so we’re going to turn the playroom into a tropical island to cheer him up! Will you help us?>>Of course! I’d do anything to help cheer up a friend. I’ll get my tools, you get some crayons and paper.>>To cheering up Paisley!>>SOCKS & BEAVERTON: To cheering up Paisley!>>ALL: Hooray! (Laughing)>>Let’s see. One, two, perfect! Beaverton go limbo!>>I’ll put the beach umbrella here.>>Perfect!>>Over there!>>Okay.>>No, over here!>>Okay.>>Back there.>>Okay! Let’s rest.>>Beach toys! (Laughing) I got mine!>>I got mine!>>Help, I’m stuck!>>Rain, rain go away. Come again some other day. (Humming, laughing)>>Amazing! It looks just like a tropical island!>>This will cheer Paisley up for sure!>>Hiccupping hickory sticks! I think I’m getting warmer already! High five!>>PAISLEY: Rain, rain go away.>>ALL: Huh?>>This way, this way!>>Shh!>>ALL: Surprise!>>Welcome to Playroom Island, Paisley!>>Playroom Island?>>Yes, here put this on. It’s sunny all day here.>>Ah! Ah wow! I can’t believe it! You did all this just to cheer me up?>>Of course, we’re your friends, Paisley, and friends cheer each other up.>>What do you want to do first? Have some tropical fruit punch, or play on the beach? (Giggling)>>I’ll even teach you how to hula dance! Aloha lei! Aloha– (Laughing) I meant to do that! (Laughing)>>I don’t feel sad at all, anymore. Not just because it’s sunny inside, because I have such great friends.>>Hey, let’s play with the beach ball in the pool!>>Beach ball? That’s a great idea!>>Look everyone, the rain has stopped!>>It’s sunny outside! (Cheering)>>We can play in the yard now, Paisley.>>Well, that would be okay, but I’d rather play here on Playroom Island!>>Me too!>>Me three!>>Well then, last one in the pool is a rotten maple berry! (Laughing) ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪>>Whoa!>>Socks!>>I meant to do that!>>More mangos, bananas, berries, even more mangos. Mmm, this jungle juice is going to be delicious!>>Has anyone seen my tripod?>>Elliot, what are you going to take a picture of so late in the day?>>The sunset.>>Do you think you should?>>Huh?>>I mean, I was just reading that there are fierce lions in this jungle and they’re mean too. Especially after it gets dark.>>I’ll be careful. See you at supper time.>>Huh?>>It’s not safe for him to be alone. You go with him, Socks. I can finish the jungle juice by myself.>>Okay, I’ll swing through the vines and meet him at the lake. Hey Elliot!>>Huh?>>Wait for me!>>Ah, but– Ah!>>Whoa, oh no! I meant to do that.>>I thought you were helping Paisley make jungle juice.>>I was, but he thought I should be with you in case you meet a lion.>>I’m glad you’re here, but I don’t think we’ll meet a lion. (Roaring, screaming) Of course, we could be wrong.>>Ow, ouch, ow! Oh, it hurts. Can’t someone help the king? (Groaning, roaring)>>It’s King Lionel, he needs our help! Come on. (Groaning, roaring) Uh, excuse me. (Roaring, gasping)>>All right then, we’re on our way. Bye.>>No we’re not.>>Huh?>>I don’t think that’s very polite, being rude to us, we were only trying to help.>>B-B-But… Please forgive me. My paw is so sore, I forgot my manners. (Gasping) It hurts!>>Huh?>>If you’ll allow me, maybe I can help.>>Ow.>>Hmm, uhm, does it hurt here?>>No.>>Here?>>No.>>Uh, here? (Roaring, screaming)>>I think that’s where it hurts.>>Ah-ha! I think I see something. (Grunting) (Roaring) Oh!>>You must have stepped on a thorn.>>It doesn’t hurt anymore. Thank you, Elliot.>>Happy to help.>>The king is back. (Roaring, laughing)>>Socks, let me know as soon as the sun sets.>>Okay. Nearly. Nearly. Now! Whoa!>>Socks!>>I meant to do that.>>ELLIOT: Paisley!>>SOCKS: We’re back! (Roaring)>>BOTH: Paisley!>>Psst! Over here. (Roaring)>>I’m glad you’re not in there! (Roaring)>>But, since you’re not, who is?>>I just finished pouring the jungle juice when a fierce lion came running into camp. I tricked him into the tent, for now. (Roaring) I think he’s getting out!>>Let’s hide! (Smashing)>>BOTH: Elliot! (Roaring) (Gasping)>>Oh no!>>May I help you up, Elliot Moose, jungle photographer? (Gasping)>>King Lionel! Thank you.>>Sorry if I frightened you. I had no idea this was your camp. All I wanted was some jungle juice.>>You could’ve just asked.>>Hmm, I never thought of that. May I please have some jungle juice?>>Paisley, let’s all have some jungle juice. (Clanging) Amazing! Who wants to look at my sunset photos?>>Me!>>I do!>>Me, too!>>Here they are!>>PAISLEY: That’s not a sunset, that’s a Sockset! (Laughing) ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪>>Whoa, a dragon! ♪ Elliot Moose ♪>>Ah, here it is. Funsbury, famous for it’s marshmallow roasts. Hello! Hello? Where is everyone?>>Maybe they’re all at the marshmallow roast?>>Look at this. “Meeting tonight in the town’s square to get rid of the dragon!”>>This could be a job for Sir Elliot Moosealot and Squire Socks! (Horn blowing) What do you think?>>It depends on the size of the dragon. (Mumbling)>>My friends, fellow citizens, I have some bad news. Funsbury is not fun anymore.>>It’s not fun anymore.>>The dragon is ruining our fair city!>>That’s awful, that’s terrible, that’s a disaster!>>Don’t worry, we’ll be roasting marshmallows in no time. I have a plan! (Cheering)>>Yay, yay, marshmallows!>>Here ye, here ye. By official command of Mayor Beaverton, you must leave Funsbury by sundown. (Stomping) Do ye wish to reply? (Screaming) I’ll let the mayor know your thoughts.>>AMY: Oh my gosh, poor Paisley. (Mumbling, murmuring)>>Fellow citizens of Funsbury! The dragon has defied my official order. (Gasping)>>AMY: Oh my!>>I am sending Sergeant Lionel to arrest the dragon. (Gasping)>>AMY: Sergeant Lionel?>>He will arrest the dragon tomorrow. (Cheering) (Coughing) (Roaring) (Screaming) (Mumbling, murmuring)>>Fellow citizen, the dragon has defied Sergeant Lionel!>>I think I’m detecting a pattern here.>>Now’s the time to do something, Sir Elliot.>>Excuse me, did you say, Sir Elliot?>>I certainly did!>>Not Sir Elliot Moosealot, the famous knight?>>That’s me!>>And you must be Squire Socks, his trusted friend. We’re saved! (Cheering)>>I don’t know how you manage to get me in these kind of messes, Squire Socks.>>I’ll see if the dragon’s home. Oh, dragon! Nope, not here, Sir Elliot. She must have left town already. (Laughing) Who’d thought we’d be afraid of a little, old– Dragon! I found it for you, now you have to fight it.>>You there, dragon yonder. I challenge you to a duel. Whoever loses has to leave this town! Do you accept my challenge? (Screaming) (Groaning)>>I think it wants to fight inside its cave.>>It could be some kind of trap. Let’s look through the window. (Crying) Oh no! The dragon’s crying! Dragon! Please come out. We won’t hurt you. (Crying, sniffling) Why are you crying?>>Because, no one likes me. I can’t help it if I’m big and have a loud voice and breathe flames! That’s what dragons do. But, every time I try to make friend’s with people, they run away from me. I’m so lonely! (Crying)>>You mean, you just want to be friends with everyone?>>Uh-huh.>>You don’t want to hurt them?>>Nuh-huh.>>Perhaps I can help you, miss?>>Drusilla. Drusilla Dragon.>>Well, Drusilla, I have a plan. (Screaming)>>Perfect Drusilla, thank you. And thank you, Sir Elliot, and Squire Socks. You both helped to put fun back into Funsbury.>>Thanks, mayor. We were glad to help. It is the way of the knight.>>And the squire!>>Well, when you arrived, our future looked pretty dark.>>But, thanks to Drusilla, it’s never been brighter! (Laughing) ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪>>Ha, ha, Elliot can’t catch me!>>Here I come, Socks! You’re it!>>Let’s take a break. I’m tired from all that running.>>Hmm, okay.>>Oh, look at all those pretty flowers in the flower pots! Red, yellow, purple, blue. They’re like a rainbow growing in the yard!>>Would you like some?>>Sure! I’ll go look for something to put them in.>>Socks is my best friend, so I’ve got to pick the flowers she’d like best from these flower pots. Hmm, let’s see, this yellow one, this red and white one, and one just like that, yeah.>>Hi, Elliot!>>Hello, Paisley.>>Those are beautiful flowers. Where did you get them?>>I picked them for Socks.>>Why? Is she sick?>>No, she’s fine.>>Oh, is she sad?>>No, we were just playing tag.>>So, why are you giving her flowers?>>I just wanted to do something nice for her.>>Oh, I get it. I wish I had a friend who would give me flowers sometime.>>Well, I–>>It would mean a lot to know that one of your friends liked you enough to give you flowers just because you were their friend.>>Well, Paisley, if you–>>But it will never happen to me. Never! And, I guess it never will. (Groaning)>>None of my friends think I’m special enough to give me flowers.>>Paisley, you can have these, if you like. (Gasping)>>For me, are you sure? I thought these were for Socks.>>They were, but you’re my friend, too. I don’t want you feeling bad because you didn’t get any flowers. I’ll pick some other ones for Socks.>>Thank you, Elliot. These are really beautiful.>>You’re welcome.>>You’re a good friend.>>Bye. It’s lucky there are so many beautiful flowers in these flower pots. Let’s see, oh, I’ll pick this nice red one and, oh, this yellow one and, ah, this purple one. (Humming)>>Hello, Elliot.>>Hi, Lionel.>>What a lovely bouquet of flowers. Whose it for?>>Socks.>>Socks? Is she sick?>>No, she’s fine.>>Is she sad, is she upset? No, we were just playing tag.>>You’re giving her flowers because you were playing tag, remarkable! I used to give flowers to my friends and they were always so happy to get them. Strange thing though, no one ever gave flowers to me. (Sighing)>>Lionel, would you like these flowers?>>But, I thought they were for Socks?>>They were, but you’re my friend, too, and I think you should get flowers from a friend at least once. Besides, I can always pick some more.>>Thank you, Elliot! Thank you very much! Oh, I’ll just go put these in some water.>>Hmm, let’s see. No, good, this red and white one, and this yellow one’s pretty, and this pink one, oh and this purple one, too. I know Socks will really like these. She’s going to be so surprised! (Humming)>>Uh, Elliot, if it wouldn’t be too much trouble, would you be wiling to give those to Beaverton for his work bench? They’d make it look so much brighter.>>Hmm, ah, well, Lionel I would but–>>Hello, Socks!>>Oh, uhm, hi!>>I’ll, I’ll just be another minute, Socks! Here, Lionel, don’t let Socks see these, I want them to be a surprise!>>Thank you, Elliot, I know Beaverton will really like these.>>Beaverton? But, they’re for Socks! Oh, well, uh… All the flowers are gone from the flower pots! How did that happen? Oh no! (Humming, giggling) I can’t believe it, I only wanted to give Socks some flowers.>>Hi, Elliot. What’s the matter?>>Well, I picked some flowers for you but then I gave them to Paisley. So, I picked some more for you, but then I gave those to Lionel. So, I picked some more, but then I gave those to Beaverton. And, when I went back to get some for you. They were all gone. I’m sorry, Socks!>>Don’t worry, Elliot. I’m happy you tired so hard to get me some flowers. Only the best friend in the whole, wide world would do that. And, anyway, I know there were no flowers left… Because I picked them! One, two, just for you!>>Amazing! Let’s share them! Socks, you’re my best friend in the whole world.>>Tag, you’re it! (Laughing) Can’t catch me! (Laughing)>>Remember, friends are kind to friends. See you next time! ♪

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