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  • Narrator: Hundley was proud to be a dog who couldn't be distracted. His mind was always on his job...
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Narrator: whether his friend the doorman knew it or not.
  • Hundley: (woof)
  • Doorman: Ah! What is it, boy? Hungry again?
  • Hundley: (whines)
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Doorman: Elevator's here.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Good morning.
  • Curious George: (chatters "hello")
  • Doorman: It's a beautiful day. Enjoy it.
  • Hundley: (barks)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Good morning to you, too, Hundley.
  • Curious George: (chatters happily)
  • Hundley: (whimpers)
  • Doorman: I know exactly what you're thinking.
  • Narrator: Hundley wathking that, with George out there, the city might not survive. Or, worse, become completely disorganized.
  • Hundley: (groans)
  • Doorman: Who knows what his hungry boy wants? Can I read your mind, huh?
  • Narrator: The smartest wiener dogs are always the most misunderstood. George wanted to take the Man with the Yellow Hat to see where he'd done his job... (Chef Pisghetti tosses dough) ...in Chef Pisghetti's kitchen.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, Giorgio was a big help to me. He was especially good at cleaning up a mess.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, he's had a whole lot of practice.
  • Curious George: (chattering happily)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, I'm afraid I have work for you day.
  • Curious George: (disappointed chattering)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Hah! You know what? My friend Mr. Glass, needs help across town, and you would be perfect for the job!
  • Curious George: (excited chattering) (inquisitive chatter)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Oh, George, I don't have time to take you across town. Maybe another day.
  • Curious George: (whimpers)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Uh, Well, I can take him there if it's okay with you.
  • Curious George: (excited chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Oh, great! All right. Do you prose to be a good little monkey?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh! Uh-huh! Uh-huh!
  • Chef Pisghetti: (laughing) The job is at the building my friend owns-- the Glass Palace!
  • Mr. Glass: Now, like I told you, Chef, I need a window washer who can work way, way, way, way, way, way up high without getting dizzy. That's six ways.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, that's a lot of ways. But, Mr. Glass, Giorgio's a great climbe He's a monkey!
  • Mr. Glass: Congratulations.
  • Curious George: (chatters enthusiastically)
  • Mr. Glass: I need every window clean by 2:15. Can you do it?
  • Curious George: (chatters affirmatively)
  • Mr. Glass: Well, here's everything you need, and a cool cap. Now, window washing is serious work. You take your work seriously. I like that in a monkey. Never mind what people inside are doing. Don't be curious or you'll get into trouble.
  • Curious George: (chatters "Who me?") Uh-uh?
  • Narrator: George promised to be good, but a little monkey sometimes forgets.
  • (man snoring)
  • Narrator: It was hard not to look inside, but George concentrated on his work.
  • Baby #6: Nah.
  • Baby #6's Mother: Uh?
  • Baby #6: Ah. (smacks his mouth) Mmm. (chattering)
  • Baby #6's Mother: (sighs)
  • (Hammy speaking, runs past)
  • Girl: (walking) Hammy?! Oh! He's gone! Where did I go wrong? I should've bought the padded hamster wheel.
  • Curious George: Ooh.
  • Girl: Oh, Hammy! I never would have found you in there. Thank you, Window Monkey!
  • Curious George: Bye! (chattering) (chattering) (grunting)
  • Man: Are you here to fix the lights? It's always too dark in here to read.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man: Wow, what an improvement! But it's still too dark to read.
  • Curious George: Oh. (chattering)
  • Man: (gasps) The whole world is so bright and clear and colorful! Thank you, Window Monkey!
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George was feeling tired, and there was still a lot of glass to clean. Then he found a way to work faster. George thought he saw a giraffe.
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Narrator: It looked just like a giraffe. Could a giraffe live here? Well, it was possible. And that looked like a zebra... and a leopard. This had to be the best party George had ever seen.
  • Painter #1: We have to ask Mr. Glass if he really wants the whole room this rotten color.
  • Narrator: George wondered if the giraffe lived here with a friend like the Man with the Yellow Hat.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: The giraffe and the zebra weren't saying hi. Maybe they couldn't see George in the dark.
  • Curious George: Huh? (hooting)
  • Narrator: There weren't any animals here at all! This was an amazing thing. Shadows made animals out of furniture. If there was only a way to show others this amazing thing.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Painter #1: We want you to see how the new color looks before we paint the whole place, Mr. Glass.
  • Mr. Glass: I chose that color myself. Everyone thinks it's a dull room. I want it full of life!
  • Painter #1: But I don't know if this is exactly what you mean by "full of life."
  • Mr. Glass: (gasps)
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George was thrilled someone was here to see what he'd done. People didn't seem happy. Hmm... maybe they needed to see it again.
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: Now with the lights off or the lights on, everyone could see the same animals that George saw.
  • Mr. Glass: Did you do this?
  • Painter #1: No! That monkey must've done it!
  • Narrator: George had seen people this unhappy before. They usually needed me quiet time alone.
  • Mr. Glass: Stop that monkey!
  • Curious George: (chattering) (screeches) (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (whistling) "Monkey paints room. Human painter upset"? That's got to be George!
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Mr. Glass: That's just a bird.
  • Narrator: George liked his bird okay, but he knew he could make a much better bunny.
  • Mr. Glass: What? It's a bunny. I want to talk with you, George.
  • (car horn honking)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: George!
  • Curious George: Oh Ah!
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Did you paint a room, you naughty monkey?
  • Mr. Glass: I don't know how to thank you, George.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Yes, I... Thank him?!
  • Painter #1: Thank him?
  • Painter #2: Thank him?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Mr. Glass: You know, I would've thought that was a horsey, but, whoa, it's a zebra! Only a genius or a monkey could've thought of this. I can rent it out as The Glass Palace Jungle Room. George, The Glass Palace is always half empty, but with more special rooms like this, I bet the Glass is gonna be half full.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Doorman: Have a good day?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Yes. George had a job today, and it turned out just great.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (chuckles) Hundley seems happy we're home.
  • (elevator bell dings)
  • Narrator: Hundley was very happy to know George was home, and the city was still çorking just fine.
  • Doorman: I think he's just hungry.
  • Girl #1: George is a monkey, so he can do things that you can't do.
  • Boy #1: Like when he cleaned those windows way up high-- when he saw the shadows.
  • Girl #1: My mom set up the sheet. If you stand between the sun and the sheet you make a shadow.
  • Girl #2: They're trying to make four arms. What you see on the sheet is different than what's happening behind the sheet.
  • Girl #3: (laughing)
  • Girl #4 This scene was all about her trying to water a plant.
  • Girl #5: She was watering me.
  • Girl #4: She looked like she growed out of the ground.
  • Both: (laughing)
  • Girl #1: The head falls down.
  • Boy #2: I put it on her neck. She waves.
  • All: (laughing)
  • Girl #3: We can do tricks with shadows.

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