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  • Narrator: A warm country day. George's favorite time to go boating. Toy boating that is.
  • Curious George: (laughing)
  • Narrator: Even a toy boat captain can hit rough seas in his favorite perfect pond.
  • Curious George: Huh? (groans)
  • Narrator: Sea captains don't cry. They make repairs. Or ask a friend to.
  • Mrs. Renkins: I can have it fixed for you first thing tomorrow morning, Captain.
  • Curious George: (excited chattering)
  • (rooster crowing)
  • Narrator: So, at exactly ten seconds before the first thing the next morning...
  • Curious George: Ah.
  • Mrs. Renkins: Right on time. There you go-- ready to set sail again.
  • Curious George: (happy chattering)
  • Narrator: George rushed back to his perfect pond to set sail.
  • Curious George: (hooting) (chatters)
  • Narrator: Now he had a boat, but no pond. And the creek was only a trickle. Where could a whole pond go?
  • Curious George: (gasps)
  • Narrator: He didn't find his pond, but he found a strange wall in the creek.
  • Curious George: Ooh. Huh? Oh. (grunting) (concerned chatter)
  • Narrator: Here's what happened to the water. It got stuck behind this wall.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: Hey, George, looking for the beaver family?
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Bill: The beavers built this dam to make this great pond. Bet you never see beavers working in the city, huh?
  • Curious George: Uh-uh, uh-uh, uh-uh, uh-uh.
  • Bill: Yep, that's them now, working in the woods. I took pictures of them.
  • Curious George: Ah.
  • Bill: Don't get too close while they work or they'll get upset. Bye.
  • Curious George: Bye. (chatters)
  • Narrator: So these were the beavers.
  • (beavers noisy chewing)
  • Narrator: George tried to tell them their branches were floating away, He must have gotten too close. If the beavers didn't want him watching, he'd just sail his boat.
  • Curious George: Hey! (chatters) (sighs)
  • Narrator: If they wouldn't share their pond, he'd make his own. All he had to do was build a dam like they did.
  • Curious George: (chatters) (grunting) Yuck!
  • Narrator: There must be an easier way to get wood for a monkey dam.
  • Curious George: (dreams about all the work things) (gasps)
  • Narrator: Mrs. Renkins' scrap wood.
  • Mrs. Renkins: Been having lots of fun with your boat?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Mrs. Renkins: Oh, you want the scrap wood, do you?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh.
  • Mrs. Renkins: Take it. I'll even hitch the cart to Leslie to help haul it.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: Now he had wood. What else would be good for stopping water?
  • Curious George: Aha!
  • Leslie: (mooing)
  • Curious George: (hooting)
  • Narrator: Upstream George found the perfect spot for a monkey-dam toy-boat sail-pond.
  • Curious George: Huh? (chattering)
  • Narrator: Getting wood to sit still and be a dam was harder than it looked.
  • Curious George: Oh! (grunts) Ah. (chatters) Phew. (chattering)
  • Narrator: Water was still getting through. He had to stop the leaks.
  • Curious George: (groans)
  • Narrator: Then George realized a raincoat can block the water.
  • Curious George: (cheering)
  • Narrator: At last, George had built a dam. And now he had a pond, too. He was ready to set sail. But he'd left his boat home.
  • Curious George: (groans)
  • Narrator: George was in such a hurry to get his toy boat that he didn't notice the beavers had less water now. The beavers knew whatever stopped their water had to be upstream.
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Narrator: George's dam was ruined.
  • Curious George: Huh? (gasps) (chattering) Ah!
  • Narrator: The beavers-- they did this.
  • Curious George: (angry chattering)
  • Narrator: Building a dam twice in one day was hard work.
  • Curious George: Phew!
  • Narrator: At last, nothing could stop George from boating now.
  • (thunder rumbling)
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George didn't mind rain. It meant his pond would be bigger tomorrow when he brought Bill to see it.
  • (birds singing)
  • Curious George: (chattering excitedly)
  • Bill: Okay, George, I'm coming, I'm coming.
  • Curious George: (gasps) Huh? (concerned chatter)
  • Bill: George, a dam calls for two important elements: proper construction and... water.
  • Narrator: Those beavers. Of course. They must be behind this.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: This isn't good. The water's important to the beavers' home.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Bill: There must be something wrong up the creek past your dam.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • (Curious George, Bill and the beavers all run past)
  • Bill: (gasps)
  • Narrator: George saw the problem: That fallen tree was acting just like a dam.
  • (both grunting)
  • Bill: We're going to need someone strong to move this.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: You're coming back, aren't you?! Leslie, there's a proper way to-- I'm explaining to a cow. Mooove!
  • Leslie: (moos)
  • Bill: Yes!
  • Curious George: (cheers)
  • Bill: What's wrong? They should be happy.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: (gasps) That water built up so much force, it's wrecking what's left of your dam.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Bill: Oh, no! The beaver dam!
  • Narrator: George and Bill watched the beavers work together to defend their home against the raging waters.
  • Bill: Look, pieces of your dam.
  • Narrator: George wondered if he needed a pond for his toy boat as much as the beavers needed their home.
  • Curious George: (chatters) (excited chattering)
  • Narrator: George didn't even miss his old perfect pond. But he was probably going to need Mrs. Renkins to build more boats.
  • Curious George: (giggling)
  • Girl #1: George is a monkey, and sometimes he does things that we can't do. He tried to make a dam but the beavers made a better one. I think Curious George can learn how to build a dam from watching us build a dam. (screams and giggles)
  • Girl #2: We turned on the hose. And then it made a river. We first made the wall so that it can just stay straight.
  • Girl #3: I think we should put sticks right here and glue it all together with mud.
  • Girl #1: The dam was working for a little bit but then I think that the mud, it got so wet and then the water could just flow through.
  • Girl #3: I think that maybe we should use some bricks.
  • Girl #2: What I'm doing is putting mud in the cracks of the bricks. There's no water coming through.
  • All: The dam is done!
  • Girl #2: The fun part about making the dam is breaking it!
  • All: Oh! Oh.
  • Girl #1: Look at all that water.

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