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  • Curious George: (chatters quietly)
  • Narrator: George had been counting the minutes all morning.
  • Curious George: (sad sigh)
  • Narrator: He could hardly wait. Today was dog show day.
  • Curious George: (sad sigh) (grunts)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Looking forward to seeing your first dog show, George?
  • Curious George: (excited chatter)
  • Narrator: Dog show.
  • (Curious George dreams about Hundley and Charkie performing tricks on stage)
  • (lively jazz playing)
  • Narrator: The idea of dogs putting on a show sounded better than anything he'd ever heard.
  • (fanfare plays)
  • (doorbell buzzes)
  • Curious George: Hmm?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Uh, if that's Professor Wiseman, would you please let her in?
  • Curious George: Ah... (excited chatter)
  • Professor Wiseman: It's Professor Wiseman.
  • Curious George: (chatters) Hi!
  • Professor Wiseman: Oh, hello, George. Ready to go?
  • Curious George: Mm-hmm.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Ready? I have never seen him so excited.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I can't go, remember? I-I have to finish crunching these numbers.
  • Curious George: (sadly) Oh...
  • Professor Wiseman: Bye.
  • Curious George: (happy shout)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Have fun, you two! And, uh, George?
  • Curious George: I know! (chatters)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (off-screen) Be a good little monkey. Exactly! And... close the door, please?
  • Curious George: (giggles) (happy shout) Ooh... (chatters)
  • Narrator: George got more and more excited... until the show began, and he found out that a dog show wasn't dogs putting on a show, it was people showing their dogs to each other.
  • Curious George: Huh? (sighs sadly) (sighs) (quiet chatter)
  • Narrator: George didn't exactly pay attention.
  • (applause)
  • (flashbulb popping)
  • Curious George: (groans sadly)
  • Professor Wiseman: How'd you enjoy the show, George? Aren't all the different breeds fascinating?
  • Curious George: (chatters dully)
  • Professor Wiseman: Would you like to see the winners up close?
  • Curious George: (chatters dully)
  • (dogs barking)
  • Curious George: (hooting) Ah.
  • Narrator: George got a big surprise. Because when he actually looked at the big ones...
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Narrator: ...and the small ones...
  • Curious George: Ah...
  • Narrator: ...and the crazily hairy ones...
  • Curious George: (giggles) Oh-ho-ho...
  • Narrator: ...he thought the dog show was great.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Professor Wiseman: Have you ever seen so many unforgettable dogs before?
  • Curious George: (chatters) (chatters excitedly) (continues chattering) (chuckles)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Okay! Well, it looks like you had fun.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I-I hope he wasn't too much trouble.
  • Professor Wiseman: He was no trouble at all.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Wow. That's great to hear.
  • Professor Wiseman: Got to run. See you tomorrow.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Thanks so much. Bye-bye.
  • (door closes)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: So, you liked the dog show, huh?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George wanted to tell the man about all the unforgettable dogs he saw.
  • Curious George: (chattering) Woof! Woof! (chattering) Uh...
  • Narrator: But he only remembered three.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: It's okay, you can tell me later. Oh, would you do me a big favor and mail these letters?
  • Curious George: (chatters quietly)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I made a sandwich, if you're hungry. And when I'm done, I want to hear about all the dogs.
  • Narrator: George was afraid he wouldn't be able to tell the man more, because no matter how hard he tried, he could only remember three.
  • Curious George: Hmm. Ah...
  • Narrator: There was only one solution.
  • Curious George: (chattering) Ooh! Ha-ha!
  • (dogs barking)
  • Curious George: (quiet chatter)
  • Narrator: But no matter how many times George looked at those dogs, he couldn't remember more than three.
  • Curious George: Oh...
  • Narrator: There was obviously no way a monkey could remember them all.
  • Mr. Barker: Attention! Could I see the owners of the winners over here, please? Briskly! Briskly, briskly, briskly!
  • Curious George: (sad groan) Hm. Huh.
  • (dogs panting)
  • Curious George: Ah... (giggles)
  • Narrator: Maybe George didn't have to remember them all.
  • Curious George: Ah!
  • Mr. Barker: Briskly, now! I want one shot of each owner with his or her dog. Then one of everyone together. (clears throat) Briskly. Why aren't you snapping pictures?
  • Photographer: Because there are no dogs?
  • Mr. Barker: There are no dogs? Th-there are no dogs? Huh. Well, the winning dogs are... are missing. All right, people, stay calm. Don't any of you panic, because that is what I do. Call the police! Lock the doors! Get the helicopters in here! Sample DNA! This is a red alert! Don't let anyone leave!
  • Hundley: (snoring)
  • Curious George: Shh... (He and the dogs walk)
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Hundley: Huh? Huh?
  • Narrator: George; a dog pile-- Hundley knew this meant trouble for someone.
  • Hundley: (barking) (barking)
  • (door closes)
  • Curious George: (chatters) Ooh.
  • Narrator: No papers...
  • Curious George: Hmmm.
  • Narrator: no yellow hat. The man must have gone out to drop off his work.
  • (dog chomping)
  • Curious George: Huh. Hmm... Huh?
  • Hundley: (barking) (barks)
  • (dogs barking)
  • Narrator: The whole place was filled with strange dogs. Very strange dogs. How many dogs did George have in here?
  • Hundley: (barks)
  • (dogs barking)
  • Narrator: George wanted to know how many dogs he had, too.
  • Curious George: Huh? (chatters)
  • Narrator: He counted...
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Narrator: but he stopped at 37. That sounded wrong.
  • Curious George: Hmmm.
  • Narrator: And he never counted that little one at all.
  • (dog panting)
  • Narrator: He wanted to count every dog only once... so he stuck the three small ones in his room where he knew he could see them.
  • (scratching on door)
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Hundley: (barks) (whines)
  • Narrator: He led the big ones into the Man with the Yellow Hat's room, where they couldn't run around so much. And the hairy ones went in the bathroom. George wanted this one in with the big dogs, but it was hairy enough to go with the hairies.
  • (door closes)
  • (Hundley whining)
  • (hairy dogs barking) (small dogs barking) (big dogs barking)
  • Narrator: There were three big, three small, and three hairy dogs.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: George, I'm home.
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Oh, Hundley! What are you doing here?
  • (hairy dogs barking) (small dogs barking) (big dogs barking)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: My new spread! George, there are, like, 20 dogs in here!
  • Curious George: Oh. (chattering)
  • Narrator: George remembered all the dogs. So where did these three and three and three-- nine dogs-- come from?
  • (dogs barking)
  • Mr. Barker: I'm just so happy they're all back, and all safe.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, everyone's back where they belong.
  • Curious George: Uh-huh. Huh?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Hundley!
  • Curious George: (chattering) Uh-oh!
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Stop the car! Hundley's in there! Come back!
  • Girl #1: Well, he's a child: well, he's a monkey. Sometimes he does things that you can't do. George brought the dogs home so he could organize them by size.
  • Teacher: What do you notice about the art room right now?
  • Girl #1: It's messy. It's a huge mess.
  • Teacher: Does anybody know what it means to organize something?
  • Girl #3: You put the crayons where the crayons go, you put the scissors where the scissors go. I'm organizing the markers. I'm putting the big ones together and the small ones together.
  • Girl #2: We have two different hole punchers.
  • Boy: I'm using size to organize the paintbrushes. This is all big, this is all medium, and this is all small.
  • Girl #4: I am organizing the scissors.
  • Boy: That's good.
  • Girl #3: By putting things together in the right places, we were able to organize the art room.

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