The Berenstain Bears: Say Please and Thank You / Help Around The Workshop – Ep. 35

The Berenstain Bears: Say Please and Thank You / Help Around The Workshop – Ep. 35


♪ SOMEWHERE DEEP
IN BEAR COUNTRY ♪ ♪ LIVES THE BERENSTAIN
BEAR FAMILY ♪ ♪ THEY’RE KIND OF FURRY
AROUND THE TORSO ♪ ♪ THEY’RE A LOT LIKE PEOPLE
ONLY MORE SO ♪ ♪ THE BEAR FACT IS THAT ♪ ♪ THEY’RE JUST LIKE
YOU AND ME ♪ ♪ THE ONLY DIFFERENCE ♪ ♪ IS THEY LIVE
IN A TREE ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ ♪ WHEN THINGS GO WRONG
AS THINGS MIGHT DO ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS
WILL FIND A WAY THROUGH ♪ ♪ MAMA, PAPA,
SISTER AND BROTHER ♪ ♪ THEY’LL ALWAYS BE THERE
FOR EACH OTHER ♪ ♪ THE BEAR FACT IS THAT ♪ ♪ THEY CAN BE
SWEET AS HONEY ♪ ♪ SOMETIMES YOU’LL FIND ♪ ♪ THEY MIGHT BE
JUST PLAIN FUNNY ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ ♪ THE BERENSTAIN BEARS ♪ BROTHER:
PLEASE AND THANK YOU
CAN MAKE YOUR DAY.
SISTER:
THEY’RE AS NICE TO HEAR
AS THEY ARE TO SAY.
NOW, WHERE ARE THOSE
RAIN HATS? MAMA, I HAVE A BIG RIP
IN MY BACKPACK. OH, I’LL FIND A NEEDLE
AND THREAD. I NEED MY PERMISSION SLIP SIGNED
FOR MY FIELD TRIP TODAY. UH, I’LL FIND A PEN. AND I NEED A RIDE TO
LIZZY’S TOMORROW NIGHT SO WE CAN WORK
ON OUR PROJECT. WELL, IF I ASK YOUR UNCLE ARTIE
FOR A LIFT TO THE TOWN MEETING, UH, MAMA CAN HAVE THE CAR
TO GIVE YOU A RIDE. BUT MY QUILTING CLUB MEETING
IS TOMORROW NIGHT. OH, IT’S THE ONLY NIGHT
LIZZY CAN DO IT, AND THE PROJECT’S DUE
THE NEXT DAY. I’LL SEE WHAT I CAN DO. I’LL ASK THE LADIES
TO CHANGE OUR MEETING. BUT THAT’LL BE THE 3RD TIME
IT’S BE CHANGED FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHER. I SURE HOPE LIZZY RENEWED
THE LIBRARY BOOKS. (HONKING)
OH, HURRY UP, CUBS. THE BUS IS WAITING. IT SURE IS NICE THAT GRIZZLY TED
GOES OUT OF HIS WAY TO PICK YOU UP RIGHT
OUTSIDE OUR DOOR, INSTEAD OF AT THE BUS STOP
DOWN THE STREET. ESPECIALLY ON DAYS LIKE TODAY, NOT TO MENTION WAITING
FOR YOU WHEN YOU’RE LATE. HE DOESN’T MIND WAITING. WELL, I THINK
YOU’RE FORGETTING– BYE! GOODBYE! UM, WHAT ARE
THEY FORGETTING? SOMETHING VERY IMPORTANT, PAPA. THEIR PLEASE AND THANK YOUS. NO NEED TO RUN, I’M USED
TO WAITING FOR YOU. UH OH, I FORGOT
MY BACKPACK. HMM… (LAUGHING) SISTER:
WATCH OUT, LIZZY! THANKS, SISTER. BROTHER:
COME ON, FREDDY. (LAUGHING) WATCH IT. I’M SUPPOSED TO
REMIND YOU TO GET YOUR MATH BOOK
BACK FROM LENNY. UH-OH, IT’S
GRUMPY GRIZZLY. AND HE LOOKS EVEN
GRUMPIER THAN USUAL. BOTH:
GOOD MORNING, MR. GRIZZLY. (GRUMBLING) KIDS ALWAYS MESSING THINGS UP. I WONDER WHAT MAKES
HIM SO GRUMPY? OH NO… A MATH QUIZ, AND
I DON’T HAVE MY ERASER. I HAVE AN EXTRA ONE
YOU CAN USE, LIZZY. HMM… HEY, COACH? YES, BROTHER? MY FOOTBALL HELMET’S
A LITTLE TIGHT ON MY EARS. HMM, I DON’T THINK
WE HAVE ANY EXTRAS. JUST ONE FOR EACH PLAYER. I SURE WISH YOU’D HAVE MENTIONED
IT TO ME SOONER, BROTHER. WE HAVE A GAME TOMORROW. (SIGHING) I’LL TELL YOU WHAT. IT’S KIND OF LATE, BUT
I’LL SEE WHAT I CAN DO. FREDDY:
YAH, BROTHER! HEY! BACK TO ME, FREDDY! (LAUGHING) HMM… (GRUNTING) (GLASS BREAKING) (GASPING) I GUESS I’D BETTER GO TELL
PRINCIPAL HONEYCOMB WHAT I DID. DON’T WORRY,
I’LL GO WITH YOU. IT WAS MY FAULT, TOO. WE’RE SORRY,
PRINCIPAL HONEYCOMB. WELL, ACCIDENTS DO HAPPEN,
BROTHER. IT’S GOOD THAT YOU TWO
CAME AND TOLD ME. (GRUMBLING) OH, MR. GRIZZLY. IT SEEMS THAT WE HAVE
A BROKEN WINDOW THAT NEEDS IMMEDIATE REPAIR. HMPH, OH… (GRUMBLING) HE’S THE GRUMPIEST BEAR AROUND. HE SURE IS. (LAUGHING) I GOT YOU FIRST, SMIRK. (SPLASHING) (GASPING)
OOPS! (GRUMBLING) S-S-SORRY. (GRUMBLING) I BET THAT ERASER I LENT YOU
CAME IN REALLY HANDY, HUH, LIZZY? OH, THIS JUST
ISN’T MY DAY. I MUST HAVE LEFT
MY LUNCH ON THE BUS. YOU CAN SHARE MY PEANUT BUTTER
AND HONEY SANDWICH. (GASPING) MY FAVOURITE! AREN’T YOU GOING
TO SAY SOMETHING? SURE. WHAT’S FOR DESSERT? HMPH. GO AHEAD, TRY IT ON. PERFECT FIT, COACH. IT’S TOMMY’S. I GOT HIM TO SWITCH WITH CAL, CAL TO SWITCH WITH BRIAN,
AND BRIAN TO SWITCH WITH LENNY, WHO’S GOING TO WEAR
YOUR OLD ONE. IT TOOK ME A WHOLE LUNCH HOUR
TO GET YOU ONE THAT FIT, BUT I DID IT!
(LAUGHING) BELIEVE ME,
IT WASN’T EASY. THAT REMINDS ME. LENNY STILL HAS MY MATH BOOK. HMPH. BROTHER:
BUT THE WORST PART ABOUT
BREAKING THE WINDOW, WAS THE LOOK
MR. GRIZZLY GAVE ME. HE SURE IS GRUMPY. EVERYONE’S GRUMPY
ONCE IN A WHILE. EVEN ME. (SIGHING)
NOT LIKE HIM. HE’S GRUMPY ALL THE TIME. HE’S THE GRUMPIEST
BEAR AROUND. WELL, THERE MUST
BE A REASON FOR IT. BY THE WAY, SISTER,
I CONVINCED MY QUILTER’S CLUB TO CHANGE OUR MEETING, AGAIN, SO I CAN GIVE YOU A RIDE
TO LIZZY’S TOMORROW, OK? THAT LIZZY. I DID A BIG FAVOUR FOR HER
TWO TIMES TODAY, AND SHE DIDN’T EVEN
SAY THANK YOU ONCE. I CAN CERTAINLY UNDERSTAND
HOW YOU FEEL. SAYING PLEASE AND
THANK YOU IS IMPORTANT. AND IT’S NOT JUST
ABOUT BEING POLITE. IT’S ABOUT LETTING PEOPLE KNOW YOU APPRECIATE THE THINGS
THEY DO FOR YOU. SAYING PLEASE AND THANK YOU IS A
SMALL THING, BUT IT MEANS A LOT. IT SURE DOES. IT’S ALSO VERY EASY TO FORGET
TO SAY PLEASE AND THANK YOU. WE ALL FORGET SOMETIMES,
SO THAT’S WHY WE SHOULD ALWAYS TRY VERY HARD TO REMEMBER
THOSE THREE LITTLE WORDS. WE NEVER FORGET, PAPA. SISTER:
NEVER. CAN I HAVE SOME
MORE BERRIES, MAMA? SISTER:
ME TOO. MM-HMM. UH-OH. GEE, I GUESS WE… I MEAN, I DID FORGET. THANK YOU FOR
THE EXTRA BERRIES. YES, SORRY, MAMA. THANKS. THREE LITTLE WORDS
THAT MEAN A LOT… …THAT WE SHOULD ALWAYS
TRY HARD TO REMEMBER TO SAY. OH, AND THANKS FOR GOING
TO ALL THAT TROUBLE, SO YOU COULD GIVE ME
A RIDE TOMORROW, MAMA. I APPRECIATE IT. I REALLY DO. I KNOW YOU
DO, SISTER. BUT IT’S STILL
NICE TO HEAR IT. GEE, NOW THAT I THINK ABOUT IT,
THERE’S A FEW MORE THANK YOUS I FORGOT TO SAY TODAY. HEY, DID YOU GUYS SEE
THAT COOL TV SHOW LAST NIGHT? HUH? THANKS FOR WAITING,
GRIZZLY TED, AND FOR PICKING US UP
AT OUR HOUSE. WE REALLY
APPRECIATE IT. YOU’RE VERY WELCOME, CUBS. IT’S VERY IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER
TO SAY PLEASE AND THANK YOU. THREE LITTLE WORDS THAT ARE EASY
TO FORGET, BUT MEAN A LOT. THEY MEAN A LOT TO EVERYONE. OH, THANKS FOR
LENDING ME YOUR ERASER, AND SHARING YOUR
LUNCH YESTERDAY. YOU’RE THE BEST FRIEND
IN THE WHOLE WORLD. THANKS FOR SAYING THAT,
LIZZY, IT’S NICE. WHILE WE’RE AT IT, THANKS FOR GOING TO THE OFFICE
WITH ME YESTERDAY, FREDDY. NO PROBLEM, THAT’S
WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR. MAMA AND PAPA WERE RIGHT. IT FEELS GOOD WHEN
SOMEONE APPRECIATES SOMETHING YOU DO FOR THEM. (WHISTLING) COACH? HMM? I’M SORRY I WAS RUDE
TO YOU YESTERDAY. I DIDN’T THANK YOU FOR
ALL THE TROUBLE YOU WENT TO TO FIND ME A HELMET THAT FIT. OH, IT WAS NOTHING. NO, IT TOOK YOUR
WHOLE LUNCH HOUR, AND I APPRECIATE IT. THANKS. WELL, THANK YOU FOR
SAYING SO, BROTHER. OH, BY THE WAY, IT WOULDN’T HURT
TO SAY THANKS TO, UH… TOMMY AND THE REST OF THE TEAM. I KNOW, THEY’RE ON MY LIST. I’M TELLING YOU, FREDDY,
THANK YOU IS A MAGIC WORD. (GRUMBLING) UH, THERE’S NO MAGIC WORD
IN THE WORLD THAT COULD EVER GET
GRUMPY GRIZZLY TO SMILE. MAYBE THANK YOU CAN EVEN WORK
MAGIC ON GRUMPY GRIZZLY. WE GO AROUND HERE EVERY DAY
MESSING UP THE FLOORS, THE CLASSROOMS, THE LUNCH ROOM,
FILLING THE WASTE PAPER BASKETS, DROPPING CANDY WRAPPERS,
YOU NAME IT. YES… WELL, IT’S MR. GRIZZLY
WHO ALWAYS HAS TO MOP AND CLEAN UP AFTER US. AND FIX BROKEN WINDOWS. I GUESS IT IS A BIG JOB. A BIG JOB NO ONE EVER
THANKS HIM FOR, I BET. YOU THINK THAT’S WHY
HE’S SO GRUMPY? MAYBE IT’S TIME SOMEONE
SAID THE MAGIC WORDS. PRINCIPAL HONEYCOMB, I WANTED TO THANK YOU FOR BEING
SO UNDERSTANDING YESTERDAY. THE IMPORTANT THING
IS THAT YOU CAME AND TOLD ME
ABOUT IT RIGHT AWAY. THERE’S ANOTHER
IMPORTANT THING. SOMETHING EVERYONE
FORGETS ABOUT. IT WOULD BE NICE TO FIND
A WAY TO THANK MR. GRIZZLY. FOR REPAIRING
THE BROKEN WINDOW? FOR THAT, AND ALL THE OTHER
STUFF HE DOES AROUND HERE. HE DOES A GREAT JOB,
PRINCIPAL HONEYCOMB, AND IT WOULD BE NICE
TO SAY THANK YOU. HMM, THAT WOULD BE
A VERY GOOD IDEA INDEED. AND AS A TOKEN
OF OUR APPRECIATION FOR ALL YOU DO FOR US, ON BEHALF OF THE STUDENTS,
TEACHERS, AND MYSELF, I WOULD LIKE TO PRESENT YOU
WITH THIS PLAQUE TO SAY DEEPLY AND SINCERELY,
THANK YOU, MR. GRIZZLY. BEAR:
ATTA BOY, GRIZZ! (CHEERING) (SPLASHING) S-SORRY. DON’T WORRY ABOUT IT. IT’S MY JOB. THAT’S WHAT I’M HERE FOR,
AND AS I UNDERSTAND IT, I DO A PRETTY GOOD JOB, TOO. THANKS, MR. GRIZZLY. YOU’RE WELCOME. JUST BE MORE CAREFUL
NEXT TIME, HMM? PLEASE AND THANK YOU. THREE LITTLE WORDS THAT ARE EASY
TO FORGET, BUT MEAN SO MUCH. SISTER:
TRY IT ONE WAY,
THEN TRY IT ANOTHER.
BROTHER:
THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WAY
WE CAN HELP EACH OTHER.
NOW WE’LL JUST LET
THESE CANDY APPLES SIT UNTIL THEY HARDEN. (IMITATING MOTOR) MAMA, WHAT’S TAKING
PAPA SO LONG? I NEED HIM TO FIX
MY AIRPLANE WING. HE HAS BEEN LOOKING
FOR THAT GLUE AN AWFULLY LONG TIME,
HASN’T HE? MAYBE WE CAN FIX IT. HOW ARE WE GOING TO DO THAT
WITHOUT GLUE? WELL, AS PAPA ALWAYS SAYS, THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WAY
TO DO ANYTHING. NOW, LET’S SEE. AH-HA! IT WORKS, IT’S FIXED! AND WE DIDN’T EVEN
NEED PAPA’S GLUE. THANKS, MAMA. (IMITATING MOTOR) I KNOW THAT GLUE
IS HERE SOMEWHERE… I DON’T THINK YOU’RE EVER
GOING TO FIND IT IN HERE. DON’T BE SO
SURE, MAMA. I LIKE HAVING EVERYTHING
OUT LIKE THIS. THAT WAY,
I CAN SEE EVERYTHING, AND GET MY HANDS
ON WHAT I NEED RIGHT AWAY. THAT IS, WHEN I
EVENTUALLY FIND IT. AH-HA! I KNEW IT WAS HERE. WELL, WE ALREADY FOUND ANOTHER
WAY TO FIX BROTHER’S PLANE. HMM, GOOD THING TOO. THIS BOTTLE’S EMPTY. I’LL GET SOME MORE WHILE
I’M AT THE HARDWARE STORE. I HAVE TO PICK UP THE WOOD TO MAKE SQUIRE GRIZZLY’S
PORCH SWING. I’LL HAVE TO GET A MOVE ON
IF I’M GOING TO GET IT FINISHED FOR LADY GRIZZLY’S BIRTHDAY
PARTY NEXT WEEKEND. (PHONE RINGING) HELLO. MAMA, IT’S MS. GRIZZLE. HELLO. HELLO, MAMA, I NEED
A FEW BITS AND BOBS TO FINISH LADY GRIZZLY’S QUILT
FOR HER BIRTHDAY PARTY TOMORROW. MY SHOP WILL BE OPEN
LATER TODAY, MS. GRIZZLE. PLEASE DROP BY ANY TIME THEN. OK, SEE YOU LATER. OH, NO. WHAT IS IT, MAMA? PAPA’S MIXED UP THE DATES. HE SAID HE HAD TO MAKE THE
PORCH SWING FOR NEXT WEEKEND, BUT LADY GRIZZLY’S
BIRTHDAY PARTY IS TOMORROW. PAPA HAS TO MAKE A WHOLE PORCH
SWING IN ONLY ONE DAY? HE WORKS FAST, BUT HE’S
GOING TO NEED SOME HELP. AND I THINK I KNOW ONE WAY
TO SAVE HIM SOME TIME. (WHISTLING) HUH? I MUST BE
IN THE WRONG WORKSHOP. (LAUGHING)
PAPA, THIS IS YOUR WORKSHOP. (LAUGHING)
SO IT IS! IT HASN’T LOOKED THIS TIDY
SINCE THE DAY I BUILT IT. EVERYTHING IS IN
ITS OWN SPECIAL PLACE. SO WHEN YOU NEED A…
A TAPE MEASURER… TA-DA! THERE IT IS,
RIGHT WHERE IT BELONGS. JUST REMEMBER TO PUT YOUR TOOLS
BACK WHERE THEY BELONG SO YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHERE THEY
ARE THE NEXT TIME YOU NEED THEM. THANK YOU, MAMA. THANK YOU, CUBS. THIS IS GONNA SAVE ME
ALL KINDS OF TIME. GOOD, BECAUSE TIME IS ONE
THING YOU DON’T HAVE, PAPA. LADY GRIZZLY’S BIRTHDAY PARTY
IS NOT NEXT WEEK. IT’S TOMORROW. TOMORROW?! OH, I’VE NEVER MADE
A WHOLE PORCH SWING IN ONE DAY. WELL, I GUESS TODAY’S THE DAY. WITH MY WORKSHOP SO ORGANIZED,
ALL I NEED IS A HELPER. WE’LL HAVE THIS PORCH SWING
DONE IN NO TIME. AND I’M GOING TO NEED SISTER’S
HELP AT THE QUILT SHOP. MS. GRIZZLE’S DROPPING BY. MS. GRIZZLE DOES HAVE
A HARD TIME MAKING UP HER MIND,
DOESN’T SHE? FIRST, WE MEASURE OUT
ALL THE PIECES. HMM, TAPE MEASURE… (RINGING) MS. GRIZZLE, WE’RE ALL SET TO
GET WHATEVER YOU NEED TO FINISH LADY GRIZZLY’S QUILT. NOW THEN, I NEED TO SEE
SOME CLOTH FOR THE BORDER. NOT TOO BRIGHT. SOME MATCHING RIBBON,
NOTHING FRILLY. OH, I JUST REMEMBERED. THE WALLPAPER IN
LADY GRIZZLY’S ROOM IS BLUE. DON’T WORRY, MS. GRIZZLE. WE HAVE LOTS OF BLUE. HMM, I THOUGHT CORDUROY WOULD
BE NICE, IF YOU DON’T MIND. NOT AT ALL. SO THAT’S BLUE CORDUROY,
MS. GRIZZLE? YES, THANK YOU. ALTHOUGH, WHITE DOES
GO WITH ANYTHING, DOESN’T IT? OH. OK, PIECES ARE ALL CUT. NOW WE SHAPE THEM WITH MY
LOOP-EDGED FLANGING RASP. HMM, AND WHERE MIGHT MY
LOOP-EDGED FLANGING RASP BE? HMM… I GUESS WE’RE GOING TO HAVE
TO ASK MAMA WHERE SHE PUT IT. DON’T WORRY, PAPA, I’LL BE BACK
IN NO TIME. GOODNESS, LADY GRIZZLY
IS SUCH A DEAR FRIEND OF MINE. I WANT THIS QUILT TO BE PERFECT. WOULD YOU MIND LETTING ME
SEE THE FIRST SAMPLES YOU SHOWED ME AGAIN, PLEASE? OF COURSE, MS. GRIZZLE. (RINGING) MAMA, WHERE DID YOU PUT PAPA’S
LOOP-EDGED FLANGING RASP? A LOOP-EDGED WHAT? I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT
A LOOP-EDGED ANYTHING IS, LET ALONE WHERE I PUT IT. BUT HE NEEDS IT NOW. AH, SISTER, COULD YOU
HELP MS. GRIZZLE? I’M SORRY, I’LL BE RIGHT BACK. WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? IT’S ABOUT THIS LONG, WITH
A SLIDEY THINGY ON TOP, AND A RED HANDLE. THANKS, MAMA. JUST REMEMBER TO PUT IT
BACK IN ITS PLACE SO YOU KNOW EXACTLY
WHERE IT IS THE NEXT TIME. THAT WAY YOU WON’T HAVE
TO WASTE TIME LOOKING FOR IT. HMM, I’M GOING TO NEED MY HALF
INCH BEVELED DADO BIT NEXT. IT’S ABOUT THIS BIG, GREY, WITH
ONE FLAT END THAT SPINS AROUND, AND A ROUND END THAT DOESN’T. SISTER:
THESE PINK BUTTONS
LOOK NICE, MS. GRIZZLE. MAMA:
YES, A PERFECT MATCH
FOR YOUR FABRIC. YES, THANK YOU, PERFECT. DO YOU HAVE ANY OTHERS
I HAVEN’T SEEN? I THINK WE HAVE
A FEW MORE SAMPLES. ARE YOU SURE YOU’RE GOING
TO HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO FINISH LADY GRIZZLY’S
QUILT FOR HER PARTY? LOADS OF TIME, ONCE I FIND
THE RIGHT BUTTONS. (RINGING) HALF INCH BEVELED DADO BIT! ONE FLAT END
THAT SPINS AROUND. NO, NOT IT. NOPE, SORRY. BINGO! WELL, LET’S GET TO WORK. TIME’S A-WASTING. (RINGING) MS. GRIZZLE:
DO YOU HAVE ANY RIBBON THAT’S
FRILLY, BUT NOT TOO FRILLY? MAMA:
HOW ABOUT THIS, MS. GRIZZLE? (RINGING) BROTHER:
UH, PAPA… NEEDS… A… OH, I FORGET! (RINGING) IT LOOKS LIKE A SCREWDRIVER. YELLOW HANDLE,
HOLE IN THE MIDDLE. I FOUND THE PERFECT
SHELF FOR THAT. PERFECT ONCE YOU KNOW
WHERE IT IS. NOT SO PERFECT
IF YOU DON’T KNOW. MAYBE YOU SHOULD TELL ME
EVERYTHING ELSE YOU’RE GOING TO NEED
WHILE I’M HERE. GOOD IDEA. OK, UM, A RUBBER MALLET, C-SHAPED CLAMPS,
GLUE BOTTLE, L-SHAPED RULER… IS THAT EVERYTHING? I THINK SO.
THANKS, MAMA. HMM, EVERYTHING EXCEPT MY DOWEL
CUTTER, SANDPAPER, CHISELS, PAINT BRUSHES, AND WHO KNOWS
WHAT ELSE I FORGOT? OH… THERE’S NO WAY
I’M GOING TO GET THAT PORCH SWING DONE IN TIME. MAMA WAS TRYING TO HELP ME
SPEED THINGS UP, BUT HAVING TO GO GET HER
EVERY TIME I NEED SOMETHING IS SLOWING THINGS DOWN
TO A SNAIL’S PACE. AND WEARING OUT MY FEET. WHICH WAY’S BETTER, PAPA? YOUR WAY OR MAMA’S WAY? WELL, MAMA’S WAY IS GOOD BECAUSE
EVERYTHING HAS A SPECIAL PLACE. THAT’S GOOD, BUT ONLY IF YOU
KNOW WHERE THOSE PLACES ARE. AND MY WAY… WELL, I COULD SEE
EVERYTHING OUT IN THE OPEN. THAT’S GOOD TOO, BUT YOU HAD
TO DIG AROUND TO FIND ANYTHING. PAPA:
MY WAY ISN’T PERFECT, BUT IT’S
THE ONLY WAY I STAND A CHANCE OF GETTING THE SQUIRE’S
PORCH SWING FINISHED ON TIME. I HATE TO UNDO ALL THE WORK YOUR
MAMA DID, BUT I HAVE NO CHOICE. WE HAVE TO DUMP EVERYTHING OUT
WHERE I CAN SEE IT. ARE YOU SURE, PAPA? THERE’S NO OTHER WAY. BUT YOU ALWAYS SAY THERE’S MORE
THAN ONE WAY TO DO SOMETHING. MAYBE THERE’S A WAY
TO DO IT BOTH WAYS. YOUR WAY AND MAMA’S WAY. BOTH WAYS?
(CHUCKLING) YOU MEAN WITH EVERYTHING
PUT AWAY IN ITS PLACE, BUT STILL OUT WHERE
I CAN SEE IT? HMM… MAYBE YOU’RE
ON TO SOMETHING. THERE. EVERYTHING IS OUT WHERE
I CAN SEE IT, MY WAY. BUT ALL TIDIED UP,
MAMA’S WAY. PUT BOTH WAYS TOGETHER,
AND IT’S THE BEST WAY. NOW, STAND BACK. THIS WOODSBEAR
HAS A SERIOUS DEADLINE. BROTHER:
HOORAY! YOU DID IT, PAPA. THANKS TO YOU FOR REMINDING ME THAT THERE’S ALWAYS MORE
THAN ONE WAY TO DO SOMETHING. AND PUTTING MY WAY
AND MAMA’S WAY TOGETHER HELPED ME GET THE JOB
DONE LICKETY-SPLIT. HMM… I WONDER WHY
THE SQUIRE HASN’T COME BY TO PICK UP HIS SWING. I’D BETTER GIVE HIM A CALL. MS. GRIZZLE:
CLOTH, BUTTONS, RIBBONS. ABSOLUTELY PERFECT. THANKS TO BOTH OF YOU,
THIS QUILT WILL BE THE NICEST PRESENT EVER
FOR LADY GRIZZLY. MY, I DON’T KNOW HOW YOU’RE
GOING TO FINISH IT BY TOMORROW. WHY WOULD I WANT TO
FINISH IT BY TOMORROW? LADY GRIZZLY’S BIRTHDAY
PARTY ISN’T UNTIL– NEXT WEEKEND. NEXT WEEKEND? BUT MS. GRIZZLE, YOU SAID ON THE TELEPHONE
THAT IT WAS THIS WEEKEND. I DID? OOPSY, YOU KNOW ME. I GET MIXED UP SOMETIMES. WELL, THANKS AGAIN, BYE. HOW’S THE SWING COMING? WELL, IT’S FINISHED
A WEEK EARLY. AT LEAST WE LEARNED SOMETHING
FROM THIS EXPERIENCE. AND WHAT’S THAT? MAYBE WE SHOULD
SHOW YOU, MAMA. IT’S A LITTLE BIT YOUR WAY,
WITH EVERYTHING IN IT’S PLACE, AND A LITTLE BIT MY WAY,
WITH EVERYTHING OUT WHERE I CAN SEE IT. MAMA:
JUST LIKE YOU
ALWAYS SAY, PAPA, THERE IS MORE THAN ONE
WAY TO DO SOMETHING. YOU BETCHA, AND NOW I KNOW THAT
BETTER THAN EVER. (RINGING) OH, MAMA, I FORGOT
TO GET SOME THREAD. IT HAS TO BE JUST
THE RIGHT COLOUR. (LAUGHING) TAKE ALL THE TIME
YOU NEED, MS. GRIZZLE. EVERYTHING IS OUT
WHERE YOU CAN SEE IT. ♪

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