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  • Narrator: It was a perfect day to just walk down the street smelling.
  • Curious George: (sniffs)
  • Narrator: So that's what George did.
  • Curious George: (sniffing)
  • (The grocer eats an orange)
  • Curious George: (sniffs) Ah! (sniffing)
  • Narrator: George's nose took him to all thet smells.
  • Curious George: Ah! (sniffing)
  • Narrator: Then... he reached Monkey Nose Heaven.
  • Mrs. Donuts: Hello, George! It smells better back here, you know.
  • Curious George: Ooh! Ah! (happy grunt)
  • Narrator: George couldn't believe all those different, plain-smelling things could become an amazing donut.
  • Curious George: (swooning sigh)
  • Narrator: George was wondering what kind of magic (cat yowls) donut makers knew... is his ears to got a way of his nose. George's friend Gnocchi was locked in combat with her archenemy, the extra large, cesie bow (meowing) George didn't understand Tabby, but he listened politely.
  • Curious George: Ooh...
  • Gnocchi: (angry meowing)
  • Curious George: (chattering) Ah!
  • Narrator: Gnocchi was thrilled to be free from cute, George was officially a cat hero.
  • Gnocchi: (purring)
  • Narrator: George almost forgot he was smelling today. Then.. Chef Pisghetti's kitchen grabbed his nose. Chef Pisghetti's kitchen was like a... a nose circus.
  • Curious George: Ooh...
  • Chef Pisghetti: Gnocchi! Il mio gatto dolce! You've lost a pretty ribbon. (mumbling, humming) There! Now she's so cute!
  • Gnocchi: (yowls) (purring)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Welcome, Giorgio. How is your friend, cappel giallo grande?
  • Curious George: (chatters) (chattering)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, I can't play. I'm making a very special meal for famous restaurant critic, Sally Tessio.
  • Curious George: Ah. Heh. (chuckles)
  • Chef Pisghetti: When she likes a place, business booms! So is very important that everything be perfect. She has the delicate taste.
  • Sally Tessio: You said there'd be fresh bread! (chuckles) (deep voice): I don't see any bread here.
  • Chef Pisghetti. Well, her taste is delicate... (chuckles) but her voice, uh, not so much.
  • Gnocchi: (yowls) (relieved meow) (purring)
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Narrator: This hard stuff was spaghetti? Hmm, didn't smell like anything.
  • Gnocchi: Meow, meow. Meow!
  • Curious George: (grunts) (chatters)
  • Narrator: George wanted to replace his broken piece. He'd seen the chef put the rest of it in the pot.
  • Curious George: (sniffs) Hm!
  • Narrator: It didn't smell like much, and the steam coming out was hot. George had to be careful.
  • Curious George: (chatters quietly)
  • Narrator: It had changed.
  • Curious George: (chatters quietly)
  • Narrator: Maybe... maybe it wasn't just donut makers. Maybe all kitchens were magic. Here was a pot that turned crisp things into floppy things.
  • Curious George: Ooh, ooh. (chuckles)
  • Narrator: What else could it turn floppy?
  • Curious George: Ooh. (dreams about him with floppy eggs)
  • Narrator: A soft, floppy egg.
  • Curious George: Ah!
  • Narrator: That'd be funny.
  • Curious George: (chattering quietly) Ah.
  • Narrator: Good candidate for floppication.
  • Sally Tessio: Oh... (chuckles) oh... (loud chomping) Oh, this bread is pretty good! You didn't really make this yourself.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, everything here is homemade. I have the freshest, finest food in the city! And I'm making the special pasta just for you-- very mild, for your, uh, delicate taste.
  • Sally Tessio: Hee-hee! Goody.
  • Narrator: The great big onion looked pretty hard.
  • Curious George: (crunches) (crying)
  • Narrator: Uh, well, it didn't have to taste good, just turn floppy.
  • Curious George: (soft groan)
  • Narrator: If sugar were soft and floppy instead of grainy... (Curious George dreams about salt shaking while Curious George hands the gum in his mouth) you could chew it all day like gum.
  • Curious George: (chuckles)
  • Narrator: He put some sugar in the floppification pot.
  • Curious George: Huh.
  • Narrator: It disappeared. Well, this made no sense at all.
  • Curious George: Hmm. Ah! (happy grunt)
  • Narrator: George was pretty sure the brown thing was a potato.
  • (splash)
  • Curious George: (sniffs) Hm.
  • Narrator: Weird. Green vegetable bats.
  • (loud clang)
  • Curious George: Huh? Oh. (chattering) (continues chattering)
  • Narrator: George explained the whole thing to Gnocchi, including... how funny the floppy egg was gonna look.
  • Curious George: (giggles)
  • Gnocchi: Meow? Meow?
  • Curious George: (happy grunt) (sniffs)
  • Narrator: That puffy-making oven was even more amazing than the floppification pot!
  • Chef Pisghetti: (groans) my goodness! If Sally Tessio likes my food, she's a-tell everybody to eat here! Oh-ho! Wish me luck!
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Narrator: George wanted to show Gnocchi how pots make things floppy.
  • Curious George: (chattering) Uh? Oh.
  • Gnocchi: (yowling) (excited meowing) (yowls) (purring) (meows)
  • Curious George: (chatters quietly)
  • Chef Pisghetti: What was all of that noise... (gasps) Oy gevalt! What have you done?! But I can't serve delicate pasta with the little monkey sitting in it!
  • Curious George: (groans)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Eh! At least I still have this batch of plain spaghetti.
  • Narrator: George knew the chef would be happy with all the fun, extra things he'd turned floppy.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Who tued my plain pasta into Crowded Spoon Soup?
  • Curious George: Uh-uh! (chattering)
  • Narrator: Somehow floppification didn't work on spoons.
  • Sally Tessio: There isn't one cherry tomato in this salad! You promised cherry tomatoes!
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Well, I... Oh, don't... Wait. No, please. I... Oh!
  • Sally Tessio: Oh! I don't like this at all. But it smells good.
  • Curious George: (sniffs)
  • Narrator: She was right.
  • Curious George: Huh!
  • Narrator: The longer that stuff stayed in the floppifying pot, the better it smelled.
  • Gnocchi: (slurping)
  • Sally Tessio: Do you know there's a cat and a monkey in your kitchen?
  • Chef Pisghetti: (groaning) The monkey made the stew.
  • Sally Tessio: Ooh! Qui good.
  • Chef Pisghetti: But you said you no like it.
  • Sally Tessio: If you made it, it's no good. But for a monkey, whoa! What's his recipe?
  • Chef Pisghetti: Well, uh...
  • Sally Tessio: Never mind. I've got it.
  • Narrator: Chef Pisghetti didn't scold George much, but he insisted George clean up the mess he made.
  • Gnocchi: (meow)
  • Chef Pisghetti: Oh, you are lucky you got four hands. You can do things twice as quickly. I wish I knew how you chose these ingredients. Asparagus!
  • Narrator: The green spears turned out nice and floppy.
  • Chef Pisghetti: One hard-boiled egg.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: But the egg didn't look floppy at all. Eggs don't floppify. They get harder.
  • Chef Pisghetti: A lot of cheese!
  • Narrator: Cheese becomes goop. Cooking seemed to have no rules at all.
  • Sally Tessio: I'm done! You said there would be cookies. Please. This dish was excellent. What do you call it?
  • Chef Pisghetti: Sudden Emergency Ravioli. And a meatball.
  • Sally Tessio: Four stars! And another star for the meatball, I'll give your monkey a star, too. Oh! I'm so generous.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Hot cookies coming up as promised!
  • Narrator: How did he make that into that? Maybe kitchens aren't magic. Maybe it's cooks who are magic.
  • Chef Pisghetti: Gnocchi, how you can lose so many balls, eh?
  • Gnocchi: (meow)
  • Curious George: Ah!
  • Narrator: Any day that starts out just smelling...
  • Curious George: (giggling) (sniffs)
  • Narrator: ...and ends with a cookie...
  • (Curious George eats a cookie)
  • Narrator: is a pretty great day.
  • Boy #1: George is a monkey, so he can things that we can't do. He put lots of crazy things in the water. Look out, George, that's hot.
  • Teacher: Which materials dissolve in liquid.
  • Girl #1: What does "dissolve" mean?
  • Girl #2: It disappears inside water.
  • Teacher: And so it kind of just looks like it disappears into the liquid. Which of the things at your table are able to dissolve in the water?
  • Girl #2: This is sugar, and I think it's going to dissolve.
  • Boy #2: I think it's not going to dissolve.
  • Girl #3: Yep, it dissolved.
  • Girl #2: So that one person that said it didn't dissolve was wrong. I think the cornmeal is not going to dissolve.
  • Boy #2: I think it is going to dissolve.
  • Girl #2: It doesn't dissolve that it's too hard and a little too big. Some things do dissolve; some things don't dissolve.

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