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  • (car horns honking)
  • Narrator: Being a monkey in the big city can be an exciting experience.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • (children laughing)
  • Curious George: Bye-bye!
  • Narrator: But it isn't perfect.
  • (both coughing)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Wow, we could really use some fresh country air, huh?
  • Narrator: The Man with the Yellow Hat knows when the time's right to get his monkey out of the city.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (inhales) Take a deep breath and fill your lungs with good, clean country air.
  • Curious George: (inhales)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Ah. It's good to be back, isn't it? You can let the clean air out, George. There's plenty here.
  • Curious George: Phew! (panting) (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, George, looks like Bill built a bunny hutch in his yard. Want to go see the bunnies?
  • Curious George: Aha!
  • Bill: There you go. Hey there! Got George with you?
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: How'd you know it was us?
  • Bill: Mm, wild guess. Hey, I just got bunnies. Want to see?
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: George had never seen a bunny up-close before.
  • Bill: You like bunnies, George?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Do they have names?
  • Bill: Sure. There's Fuzzy, Whitey, Brownie, Spotty, Black Ears, Cottontail and Herbert Nenninger. And that's their mom.
  • Curious George: Ah!
  • Bill: Want to pet one?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh.
  • Bill: Which one? Brownie? Whitey?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: Fuzzy. Fuzzy's cool. There's some things you need to know about bunnies before you pet one. Oh, no! It's time to deliver my papers.
  • Curious George: (groans)
  • Bill: Sorry. Come back tomorrow and you can pet them all.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, you're just going to have to wait till tomorrow, George.
  • (door closes)
  • Narrator: Ooh, George could barely stand it. Who can wait a whole day to pet bunnies?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Going out?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Be a good little monkey.
  • Curious George: Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh.
  • Narrator: George thought he could keep the bunnies company while Bill was away. They were so still, so quiet, so fuzzy. Bunnies, bunnies. Bill wouldn't mind if he petted one bunny, (Curious George dreams about him petting a bunny) just once, if he was very, very careful.
  • Curious George: (grunting) (groans) Ah!
  • Narrator: The bunnies were so still and quiet... and fast!
  • Curious George: Uh-oh. (chattering)
  • Narrator: They were almost too fast to see, definitely too fast to pet...
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: and absolutely too fast to do as they were told.
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: Their mom knew enough to stay in the hutch, but George wasn't taking any more chances.
  • Curious George: (chattering) (hooting) (panting)
  • Narrator: George decided he'd better figure out how many bunnies got loose by counting their bowls.
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: Seven. That meant he still had to catch...seven.
  • Curious George: (sighs) (grunting)
  • Narrator: At least they couldn't get out of the yard.
  • Narrator: (hooting)
  • (birds singing, crows cawing)
  • Curious George: (groaning)
  • Narrator: Bill was not going to be happy about this.
  • (Curious George dreams about Bill)
  • Bill: (loud crying)
  • Curious George: Uh-huh!
  • Narrator: To the bunnies, this was a big game of hide and seek, which was not good for George, because if there's one thing you should know about bunnies...
  • Curious George: (grunts and spits)
  • Narrator: ...it's that they play to win. The cows thought this was either the fastest parade they'd ever seen... or the weirdest horse race.
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • (cow mooing)
  • Narrator: This wasn't as easy as George expected.
  • (birds singing)
  • (a bunny pops out, dancing)
  • Narrator: The bunnies were too fast.
  • Curious George: (sighs)
  • Narrator: George would have to outthink them.
  • Curious George: (panting) (hooting) (grunts) Ah.
  • Narrator: One down, six to go.
  • (pigs snorting)
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Narrator: Lucky for George, bunnies are too young to know about footprints. It takes more than a superior brain to outthink bunnies. It helps to be wearing a cap.
  • (bunny sniffing)
  • Narrator: Three down, four to go.
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Jumpy Squirrel (chittering)
  • Narrator: Squirrels don't like surprises, not even small ones.
  • Curious George: (laughing)
  • Narrator: He counted the bowls. He'd caught Whitey, Spotty, Black Ears, Cottontail, Brownie and...
  • Jumpy Squirrel: (shallow breathing)
  • Narrator: ...a jumpy squirrel.
  • Curious George: Ooh! (hooting)
  • Jumpy Squirrel: (chittering) (panting)
  • Narrator: Um, add, "being grabbed by a monkey," to the list of surprises that squirrels really don't like.
  • (a bunny falls into the water, then swims)
  • Curious George: (hooting) (hooting) Ah!
  • (raccoons chittering)
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: Not all footprints lead to cute, little bunnies.
  • Curious George: Ooh!
  • (bicycle bell jingling)
  • Bill: Hi, George! What you doing?
  • Curious George: (laughing)
  • Narrator: Bill was almost done. George's time was running out!
  • (Curious George grabs the bunny food while he gives them to a bunny)
  • Narrator: George had caught every bunny, except Herbert Nenninger, and Bill would be home soon.
  • (Curious George dreams about Bill and bunnies crying)
  • Narrator: George had looked everywhere. What he needed was a bunny expert, but who knew a lot about bunnies?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: It wasn't going to work. George tried to explain this was no time to play with a fuzz ball. She had to find Herbert Nenninger! This was no ordinary fuzz. This was the end of Herbert Nenninger!
  • Bill: Hey, George! Keeping the bunnies company? Thanks.
  • Curious George: Oh!
  • Bill: As a reward for doing that and being so patient, I'm going to let you pet one right now. Petting a bunny isn't easy. It's all about maintaining control. Step one-- unlock latch.
  • Curious George: (shouting) (panicked hooting)
  • Bill: But you want topeta bunny, don't you?
  • Curious George: (gentle chattering)
  • Bill: Okay. You sure are one careful kid.
  • Curious George: Uh-huh.
  • Bill: (off-screen) Hey, how'd that acorn get in there?
  • Boy #1: George is a monkey, so he can do things that you can't do.
  • Boy #2: He followed the tracks, but he didn't always find a bunny. We can go this way.
  • Boy #3: Today, we're at Garden in the Woods. And we can use this to find some animal tracks.
  • Bonnie: Look right here.
  • Boy #1: No, look at all these footprints.
  • Boy #2: Four!
  • Boy #1: We have to catch all these footprints.
  • Bonnie: How do you know that's a cat track?
  • Boy #1: Because we have a cat track, and we put it down to see if it matches.
  • Boy #2: I found a foot track.
  • Boy #1: It looks like rabbit tracks-- like bang, bang, bang, bang.
  • Boy #3: There's one mark for every single hop. The tracks ended right at a tree.
  • Bonnie: When it goes up to a tree and disappears...
  • Boy #2: A squirrel.
  • Bonnie: You're right.
  • Boy #3: Because squirrels can climb trees. It's kind of like solving a mystery.

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