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  • Narrator: It started out as an orderly day. The man with the yellow hat and George visited Professor Wiseman.
  • Professor Wiseman: Hi, guys. This is the final draft of my new book. Would you proofread it and check to make sure everything's spelled right?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Sure, no problem. What's this one about?
  • Professor Wiseman: Numbers.
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Professor Wiseman: It's called, Is Seven Necessary?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Now there's something I never even thought about. That's why you're the genius.
  • Professor Wiseman: Take care of it, that's my good copy.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I'll care of it like it was my own monkey.
  • (video game bleeping)
  • Betsy: You've been playing for two days nonstop. When is it my turn?
  • Steve: You want me to give up going for the record just because my little sister wants her turn?
  • Betsy: Um... yes.
  • Charkie: (barking)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Hi there, Betsy. Steve. Charkie.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Betsy: Hi. What's that?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Oh, this is Professor Wiseman's new book about number sequences and logic.
  • Steve: Ha-- Betsy's too young to understand those words.
  • Betsy: Am not!
  • Steve: Then what do they mean?
  • Betsy: Um.... well, I'll know after I read the book.
  • Charkie: (barking)
  • Betsy: Whoa... Charkie wants to keep walking.
  • Charkie: (barking)
  • Betsy: See ya!
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Oh, everything looks so good.
  • Grocer: Best crop all year. Don't miss out.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Slow down, George, let's put them in a bag.
  • (Curious George is holding the groceries in a bag while the grocer gets the coconut in it)
  • (door bell jingles)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: George, hold on, wait for me!
  • Curious George: (off-screen) Uh-huh.
  • Grocer: He can't wait to get home and eat that great fruit. (cash register rings) Smart monkey. Fast, too-- you better hurry.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Slow down! I'll bruise my melon!
  • (the grocer puts the boxes on the bag)
  • Curious George: Ooh. (licks his tounge)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (cuts the apple in half) Ah... now I'm going to sit back and read Professor Wiseman's book... Wait a minute, where's the book?
  • Curious George: Huh?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, where could it be? I-I had it in my hand the whole time.
  • Curious George: Uh... Oh! (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: You know, you're right, George. I put it down to bag fruit. Let's go! Oh... Are you sure I put it down here?
  • Curious George: Uh-huh, uh-huh.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Excuse me, did you see a package about this big on the ground?
  • Grocer: No, sorry.
  • Curious George: Hey! (chattering) Ooh.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Uh! If I'd have lost this package, Professor Wiseman would be so disappointed.
  • Curious George: Whew!
  • Grocer: I didn't even know I had it. Sharp-eyed monkey.
  • Narrator: George was glad to help, especially when he got a plum reward. The man went home, but George chose to stay out in case he could do more good-- (Curious George dreams about him eating fruit) and get more rewards.
  • Curious George: Ooh.
  • Narrator: That friendly woman forgot a package. Here was his chance to earn rewards.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George sure picked the right person to help.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: She left another package behind.
  • Hundley: (barking)
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: Hundley didn't know what George was doing, but if he was leaving, whatever it was wouldn't be happening here this time. George was starting to think how lucky she was to have someone with the brain of a monkey to help. 'Cause, boy, was she forgetful.
  • Betsy: Is it my turn yet? Hi.
  • Mail Carrier: Is one of you Steve? I forgot to leave this for a Steve at 11 N Avenue. If it's not you, I'll go back and bring it myself...
  • Steve: No. That's me. It's the new game I ordered-- Ozone-Piercing Highway Weasels Three. Thanks.
  • Narrator: George was wondering if other good deeds weighed this much.
  • Curious George: (groans)
  • Charkie: (barking)
  • Steve: Isn't that our neighbor-monkey?
  • Betsy: His name is George.
  • Steve: George, you're doing that the hard way. You need wheels.
  • Curious George: Yeah! Huh? Yeah! Huh? (chattering)
  • Betsy: Did you notice this is all mail?
  • Steve: Hey! Let go. That's mine!
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Betsy: I think he wants to give these back to the mail carrier lady.
  • Curious George: Uh-uh, uh-huh, uh-huh. (gasps)
  • Steve: She doesn't want it back. It's her job to leave packages for people.
  • Curious George: Huh? (chattered questions)
  • Betsy: See?
  • Curious George: Ooh.
  • Betsy: This number is the number on our building. That shows her where to leave it. The numbers on all of them match the buildings. Didn't you notice?
  • Curious George: Oh. Uh-huh. Huh, uh... Oh.
  • Betsy: We have to help put this all back.
  • Steve: Us? I'm going for the record.
  • Betsy: Taking mail is a crime. Either a 2-11 or a 907A. You know he did it. That makes you his accomplice.
  • Curious George: Mmm.
  • Narrator: His pursuit of free fresh fruit had driven him to crime... accidentally.
  • Betsy: You didn't know, George. You're a monkey.
  • Steve: I'll do it. I want to get back to my game. You'll take all day. I'm older, smarter and faster.
  • Betsy: Oh, yeah? How about whoever returns the most packages fastest gets to play your game?
  • Steve: You, Charkie and neighbor monkey can be a team. I'll beat you all.
  • Betsy: His name is George and you're on.
  • Steve: Three. Piece of cake.
  • (Betsy grunts)
  • (Curious George grunts)
  • Betsy: Anything for this building?
  • Curious George: Uh... (chattering) Hoo-hoo.
  • Betsy: Hold it. That says 15.
  • Curious George: Huh? Ooh. (whimpers, chatters)
  • Betsy: We have to find one that says eight.
  • Steve: You're gonna have to move faster than this.
  • Narrator: While Betsy and George searched... Steve kept on delivering.
  • Betsy: We don't even have a package for eight. What a waste of time. (sighs)
  • Steve: (panting) This is my sixth. Have you even delivered one?
  • Betsy: He's too fast.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Betsy: You organized them. Good job, George. None for eight, but we have three packages for 14. Even numbers are this side of the street, odd on that side.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Betsy: Okay, let's roll.
  • Narrator: So they set out to try their system. Charkie helped, too. Steve ran fast, but his packages were out of order, while the monkey-girl-dog team delivered their packages in a row.
  • Steve: (panting) I've delivered 11 packages. Hey, where'd all the packages go?
  • Betsy: We just delivered our 11th, also. So whoever delivers their next one fastest wins.
  • Steve: Twenty? Back across the street again?
  • Betsy: We're gonna win. He's going far away. This one is for Nine N Avenue.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Betsy: (gasps) There is no nine. What do we do?
  • Curious George: Hmmm.(puzzled chattering)
  • (Steve runs past)
  • Betsy: There's seven... and 11.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Betsy: I don't know.
  • Charkie: (barking)
  • Betsy: Number nine. You found it.
  • Grocer: Well, now, I was here when that package was delivered, so, someone must've stolen it. Send a policeman. Send two policemen. No, four. I want someone arrested... Hmmm. Found it. Heh-heh.
  • (Curious George, Betsy and Charkie walk by, Steve runs past, they all run past)
  • Betsy: Yes. It's a tie. Does that mean we get to play the game?
  • Steve: (panting) No. You had to win to play. All right. You can play.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Betsy: Yeah, George, you did it! I can't believe it.
  • Steve: Where's my game? I left it here.
  • Curious George: Oh. (chatters)
  • Steve: Where could it have gone? I was beating the record and... I was on Level Seven!
  • Hundley: (snoring)
  • Kid #1: George is a is a monkey, so he can do things that youcan'tdo.
  • Kid #2: He was taking all the packages that were supposed to be delivered.
  • Miss Higgins: The name of the game is Order Up.
  • Kid #3: In every envelope has something that we use to get in order.
  • Miss Higgins: Put these number cards in order.
  • Kid #3: Order means to get organized. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. Now they're in order.
  • Kid #2: "Put these dot cards in order." They need to count the dots.
  • Kid #1: ...18, 19, 20.
  • Kid #3: I'm 19!
  • Kid #4: But I'm 18.
  • All: One, two, three, four, five.
  • Kid #5: I lost my dot.
  • Kid #6: 15? You shouldn't be there.
  • Kid #5: Um... Who was this supposed to be? You.
  • Kid #3: Yes, it was fun.
  • (all cheering)

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