|Curious George (TV series)|
|Season 1, Episode 7B|
|Curious George Goes Up the River|
Curious George, Door Monkey
Curious George and the Invisible Sound
|Written by||Joe Fallon|
Curious George Goes Up the River is the second half-episode of the seventh episode of Curious George.
After a busy week in the hustle and bustle of the noisy, smoggy, traffic-filled City, the Man with the Yellow Hat decides to chauffeur Curious George into the Country to feed the ducks at the pier beside the river.
But before they begin to feed the ducks from a sack of corn grain, which they carry to the raft, Mrs. Renkins rushes to the pier to announce that five chicks have run off, causing Mrs. Renkins and Tracy the Hen a lot of grief to ponder their safe return.
Well, naturally, the Man with the Yellow Hat rises to the occasion to search for the five chicks, while Curious George continues to feed the ducks from the raft with the sack of grain.
But, when Curious George unwittingly unleashes the raft, Jumpy Squirrel tries to warn him from a tree that ducks are swimming all around him, as the raft floats down the river even though the title says, "Up the River," but anyway, Jumpy Squirrel loses his balance and lands upon the wayward raft with Curious George and the sack of grain and the Brown Duck who gets caught in the sack of grain.
Now, when the raft heads straight for a waterfall, the white ducks swimming around its sides fly off, to leave Jumpy Squirrel, Curious George, the sack of grain and the Brown Duck who gets caught in the sack of grain, as Jumpy Squirrel and Curious George search for landmarks such as the docked boat, the crossed trees, Duck Rock and what appears to resemble Mrs. Renkins' Silo, to identify their path.
So, who will save the day for Mrs. Renkins, Tracy the Hen and five little Chickies, the Man with the Yellow Hat, Curious George, Jumpy Squirrel, and the Brown Duck who gets caught in the sack of grain once "Curious George Goes Up the River?"
For the episode transcript, see Curious George Goes Up the River Transcript.