Maggie – 36 – RUDY, RUDY, RUDY / FRIENDSHIP DAY / THE CONTRAPTION

Maggie – 36 – RUDY, RUDY, RUDY / FRIENDSHIP DAY / THE CONTRAPTION


♪ ♪ Maggie and
the ferocious Beast ♪ ♪ in nowhere land ♪ ♪ To nowhere land ♪ ♪ Come along, if you can ♪ ♪ Hey ho, come on let’s
go to nowhere land ♪ ♪ With Maggie and the
ferocious Beast ♪ BEAST:
Great googily moogily! (Soft music playing) Rudy, Rudy, Rudy. (Yawning) It’s a beautiful day. Time for breakfast. Nothing like peanut
butter for breakfast. (Grunting) Hmm, I’m running low
on peanut butter. Oh, that is good! Delicious! (Soft jazz music playing) Gosh what have we here? Hmm. What is it? I don’t think I’ve
ever seen one of these. (Grunting) (Gasping) There’s another one! It fell from that tree! I know what it is,
that’s a coconut tree and this is a coconut. Wow! (Grunting) I’ve got to move this from
under the tree before I get hit. (Grunting) Ouch! (Grunting) Just a little…bit more. There. (Sighing) I have
to rest a minute. Hi there Rudy,
you look kinda beat. Oh is that a coconut? When do we eat? Hi Nettly, I’ll be
glad to share it with you if you help me
break it open. Um, my carrots need water, I really must run. I’ll stop back for a
piece as soon as I’m done. Oh I don’t believe this! It didn’t even make a dent! Ow! Ow, ow, my boot, my boot! (Sighing) If I push this thing over
the edge it will roll down, hit the tree, and
maybe it’ll break. (Grunting) That’s it, now
please hit the tree, come on! Yay it hit the tree! I hope it cracked. Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Not even a
tinsy-winsy crack! Woah! Woah! Hey come back here! (Panting) Woah, woo! (Panting) Pull, pull! Pull, pull! Hello! Hello! Jellybeans! Help! Help! Hi Rudy! Nice day! (Whimpering) (Soft music playing) (Grunting) (Grunting) (Laughing) Help! Help! Maggie, Beast, over here! Help! Did you hear something? RUDY:
Hello! Is that Rudy? It is! Rudy, what’s wrong?! Stay there Rudy, I’ll get you! (Upbeat music playing) Dear Rudy, are you all right? I’m okay. Hamilton can you take
care of my coconut? (Sighing) Oh I’m exhausted. I tried all day to
break that coconut. It rolled down a mountain, hit a tree, and it
fell into the river. It was just awful! (Sniffling) Relax Rudy, it’s all right. I’m going to get my cookbook. Hamilton is
rushing things a bit. First, we have
to break it open. That’s what I’ve been
trying to do all day. Have you ever tasted
fresh coconut Rudy? Nope. It is delicious! Now let’s see, coconut cake, coconut cream pie! Ah ha! Coconut fried pumpkin! Coconut fried pumpkin? I never heard of that. It’s sounds scrumptious. Let’s get this coconut open. We must save the coconut
milk when we break it. Right Maggie! I’ll get some cups. I wonder how we can open this. I could just step on it. That would smash
it to smithereens. And spill the coconut milk. I brought my thimble
for Rudy, he gets the first
taste of coconut milk. Hamilton, we’re trying to
decide how to open this coconut. Hmm, I must examine it
carefully to find a weak spot. Then with one
careful blow, hi-ya! (Tapping) What’s that sound? (Tapping) He’s pecking a hole
in Rudy’s coconut! Quick Hamilton! Fill the cups! Rudy gets the first taste. Where is he? (Soft music playing) Poor little Rudy, he must be exhausted. (All laughing) HAMILTON:
That’s one tired coconut. (Soft upbeat music playing) Friendship day. I think we’re just
about finished. Doesn’t the box
look beautiful? Yes and now
my friendship day cards are ready to mail. Where’s Beast? He’s on the other side of
the hill finishing his cards. He said no peeking. He better hurry,
everybody will be here soon. Our mailbox will be bulging. Gee I hope I get some cards. Hamilton,
on friendship day you send a card to tell a
person how much you like them. I’m sure you’ll
get a lot of cards. Do you really think so? Posalutely! Oh I can’t wait. Let’s get the table setup. (Upbeat music playing) Ah! (Soft music playing) (Grunting) (Humming) Wow, those are
your best plates Hamilton! Oh well, this
is a special day. But what are you going to
use for the Jellybeans’ plates? Oh here,
I thought of that. Oh Hamilton,
what a great idea! What is it Maggie? Hamilton made little
dishes out of acorn shells for the Jellybean team. I wish everybody
would get here soon. Did you put
your friendship day cards in the mailbox Beast? Yes. Who’s going to be the mailman? I thought
I’d serve my cake first and then I’d open the mailbox and hand out the cards. Did you mail your
cards Hamilton? Oh my goodness, I forgot! I’ll mail them now. Hi everybody. Am I too early? Of course not. Maggie can you please
lift me up to the mailbox so I can drop my cards in? Here you go. Now that is one
beautiful mailbox. Now all we have to do is
wait for the others to arrive. I hope nobody
forgets their cards. (Soft music playing) (Cheering) I can’t wait to
see Hamilton’s cake! I can’t wait to
eat Hamilton’s cake. I really think it’s
nice to send a card to each
and every friend, so here’s what
we all should do: you send one to me, and
I’ll send one to you. (Giggling)
You’re funny Nettly. Attention everyone. (All cooing and awing) Please take a plate and
line up for a slice of cake. (All cheering) Ah, gee, thanks, thank you. (Upbeat music playing) (Birds chirping) Maggie we have company. Oh they’re so cute! I’ll bet they’d
like some cake. What should we do? After all it is friendship day. We can share our
cake with them. Everybody listen, don’t spill your crumbs, I’ll be back in a minute. I wonder what
Hamilton is going to do. We’ll find out very soon. Hamilton’s gone
but mark my words when he returns
he’ll feed the birds. Okay. I’m going to collect the
crumbs from your plates and place them in these baskets. (Soft music playing) Thank you. Hamilton, what are
you gonna do with the baskets? We’ll hang them on this tree. My, my, my, don’t they look pretty
decorating the tree. Let’s let the
birds eat the cake crumbs, come on everybody
let’s open the mailbox. Attention everyone,
I will now open our lovely friendship
day mailbox and I will give out the cards. Okay, here we go. The first card goes
to…the Beast! Maggie will you please
give this to him. Here’s one for Rudy! Thank you. Marge. Here’s one for me. Maggie. Red Jellybean. Nettly. (Sighing) The ferocious Beast. And here’s another one
for the ferocious Beast. (Laughing) Oh another card for me? (Nervously laughing) Thank you. Yes, thank you. And Hamilton the
cake was delicious! And I guess we all know who’s the most popular
in Nowhere land. Thanks everyone
I had a great time. I think it’s
time for me to run, goodbye to each
and every one. We must do this
again next year. Make sure you
have your cards. Well I think that was
a very successful party. I agree. Did you get of these tiny little
cards from the Jellybeans? (Laughing) I got a card so
small I couldn’t read it. I guess it’s from
the Jellybean team. How about you Beast? What? Did you
get a tiny little card from the Jellybeans? I guess so. HAMILTON:
Beast got so many cards, he probably hasn’t
even looked at them. Beast, where are all
your friendship day cards? They’re here. Where? I’m sitting on them! So they don’t blow away. (Maggie giggling) Beast, how did you get so
many friendship day cards? I think you got more cards
then we have friends. I’m sorry! BOTH:
For what? I did a bad thing. What are you
talking about? I sent some
cards to myself. (Crying) Why did you do that? Because I didn’t think
everybody would send me a card. But everyone
did send you one. I know. Dear Beast, cheer up! I wouldn’t call it a
bad thing that you did. You wouldn’t? No. Yes,
Maggie’s right. But you should
know that you have a lot of friends
here in Nowhere land. Thank you Maggie, Hamilton. You’re my best friends. Happy friendship day! BOTH:
Happy friendship day! (Soft music playing) MAGGIE:
The contraption. Is it my turn now? Yes Beast,
go ahead and spin. Oh! That wasn’t very spinny. Try it again. (Upbeat music playing) Did I win? (Giggling) Not
yet but maybe soon. BEAST:
Why didn’t
Hamilton wanna play? He’s been drawing
all morning but he won’t tell me
what he’s drawing. Let’s go see! What about our game? We can finish it later. Okay but it’s my
turn when we get back. BEAST:
What are you
drawing Hamilton? (Sighing) Well… it’s a contraption. What kind
of contraption? A surprise contraption. Woo! What is it do? Well I can’t tell you, that’s the surprise! Now if you don’t mind I
have a lot of work to do. Can we help? BOTH:
Please! Actually you could
help me find some things I need to build
my contraption. Like what? Well, I need a boot, a spring, a big glove, a pin wheel, and… oh yes, a marble! We can get those things! Sure we can. A boot, where are we
going to get a boot? We could use my goolosh,
they’re in Hamilton’s box. Oh yes, I forgot. Your galosh, that’s good. (Soft music playing) Come on Beast, let’s go find the other stuff Hamilton needs. A spring, a spring! We need a big springy spring. (Upbeat music playing) Hello. Beast, I don’t think we’re going to find
a spring in there. Then where are we
going to get one? Hmm. Maybe Nettly has one. Let’s go! Okay! Nettly! Nettly! Oh hi Maggie, hi Beast. Hi Nettly. Hamilton’s building
a contraption and he needs us
to find a spring. Do you have a spring? Well now
just let me think. I believe I do. I’ll be back in a blink. (Banjo music playing) Here you go, this
spring you can borrow. But do bring it back, I might need it tomorrow. You wouldn’t have any big
gloves down there too would you? Now why on earth
would I ever need those? I have rabbit fur over
my hands and toes. Oh thanks anyway. Try the kindly Giant,
maybe he has a glove. I bet he has lots; at
least one you would love. Hmm, it might
be a little too big but it’s worth a try. Hello! Kindly Giant, sir? GIANT:
Beast and Maggie, what brings you here? I’ll bet you want a
strawberry from my garden? Oh yes, let’s go pick one. Beast, we can get
a strawberry later. (Yelling) That’s very
nice of you Mr. Giant sir. But actually we’d like
to borrow a glove. Hamilton’s building
a contraption. GIANT:
Contraption? I see. Well, how about my
gardening glove? I lost the other one, so
you may as well have it. Do you have anything
smaller Mr. Giant? GIANT: (Chuckling)
I’ll see what I can do. He lost the other one? How do you lose
something so big? GIANT:
How about this? I wore it when I was a baby. It’s perfect! Thank you very much! (Upbeat music playing) (Yelling) Goodbye Mr. Giant! GIANT: (Chuckling)
Goodbye little ones. I’ll be back later
for that strawberry. Next stop, cheese town. BEAST:
I hope Rudy has
a pin wheel. A pin wheel? Gee I don’t think I
have one of those. But Rudy isn’t
that a pin wheel? Huh? You’re right, it’s
been holding up my clothesline for so
long I forgot what it was. My laundry’s done so
feel free to borrow it. Thanks. (Pin wheel squeaking) Now all we need is a marble. But we already have a marble. We do? Oh, of course! One marble. Don’t take mine! I’m winning. (Giggling) Don’t worry Beast
I’ll bring it back. BEAST:
Great googily moogily! MAGGIE:
It’s amazing Hamilton! Thank you. We found everything
you wanted. Wonderful. Maggie, the spring please. (Soft music playing) Here you go. (Grunting) Now the glove. Here it is. (Upbeat music playing) Pin wheel. Pin wheel. My contraption is ready. Let’s test it! Where’s the marble? Thank you Maggie. (Drumming) Here it goes! (Upbeat music playing) Woo wee! It works! Hamilton that was
a great contraption! (Laughing) Does it work for
blueberry muffins? Let’s try it! That was great Hamilton! BEAST:
Yeah! HAMILTON:
Thank you, Maggie. (Upbeat music playing)

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