|Curious George (TV series)|
|Season 1, Episode 6B|
|Curious George Takes Another Job|
Curious George Takes a Job
Curious George, Door Monkey
|Written by||Joe Fallon|
Curious George Takes Another Job is the second half-episode of the sixth episode of Curious George.
The Doorman and Hundley the Doorman's Dachshund greet Curious George and the Man with the Yellow Hat as they exodus Building 7 one morning.
Curious George returns alone to Chef Pisghetti's kitchen, at which Chef Pisghetti informs him that his friend Mr. Glass needs to hire a window washer who is able to climb Mr. Glass' Glass Palace Apartment Building to clean its windows by 2:15 PM.
Well, Curious George is able to scale tall buildings, and so he swings from a rope to spray and to squeegee the exteriors of Glass Palace's high-rise windows, into which Curious George watches in various apartments, a baby being fed spinach, Hammy the Hamster's running from his caregiver, and a reading room, inside which someone wearing eyeglasses finds it too dark to read.
After Curious George attempts to solve some of these problems, he notices a room in which a team of painters covers furniture, causing Curious George to delight, as this illusion takes on the appearance of a collection of animals in silhouette.
Well, as the painters exodus the apartment to consult Mr. Glass as to which color to paint its walls, Curious George enters to create his rendition of his natural habitat, complete with jungle flora and fauna, by painting walls, furniture, drop-cloths and just about everything in his path.
So, how will the painters and Mr. Glass react upon their return into the apartment? And will the Man with the Yellow Hat, who reads the headlines which somehow immediately appear in a special newspaper edition, arrive into the street below to catch the little monkey after "Curious George Takes Another Job?"
- Curious George
- The Man with the Yellow Hat
- The Doorman
- Chef Pisghetti
- Mr. Glass
- 6th Baby
For the episode transcript, see Curious George Takes Another Job Transcript.