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  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Narrator: George was helping get ready for breakfast while the Man with the Yellow Hat got an early jump on some important work.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Ah! This country air is just what I needed! Yeah, by tonight, my speech for the tribute to Professor Wiseman will be perfect.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Her great vision. Oh... um... Her great insight. Exhibit. Right. Uh... uh... algae. Woolly mammoth! Her love of the wooly mammoth. Hmm. Well. Oh, yeah. Okay, okay. I'll stop for breakfast.
  • Curious George: (groans) Aha. (chatters)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, fruit and eggs are good.
  • Curious George: (chattering) Aha.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Whoa! These cupboards are too small for us. Maybe we should buy less food.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: The thought of having less food made George more hungry.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Well, we still need breakfast. Hey, I'll run to the market. Maybe you can finish my speech for me while I'm gone.
  • Curious George: (chatters "Bye-bye!")
  • (Jumpy Squirrel digs a hole and puts a peanut in it)
  • Curious George: Huh. (chatters) (groans) Hmm. (hooting) Oh. Heh. Ah. (chattering) Oh. Ah.
  • Bill: Hey, George. I'm helping Jumpy out with extra nuts.
  • Jumpy Squirrel: (sniffs) (eats a peanut)
  • Curious George: Oh.
  • Bill: He's storing food. Squirrels hide food in the ground.
  • Curious George: (off-screen) Oh.
  • Bill: Then, when they need it, they dig it up and have plenty to eat.
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Narrator: George never knew the ground was such a good place to store food.
  • Curious George: Ah. (chatters)
  • Narrator: George and the Man with the Yellow Hat needed a good place to store food.
  • Curious George: Hmmm. (chatters) (chattering) Ah. (groans) (chattering)
  • Narrator: George could hardly wait to chew the rewards of squirrel-style storage.
  • Curious George: (dreams about him and the man with the yellow hat) (chuckles)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Mm-mmm! George, these doughnuts are delicious!
  • Curious George: (chatters)
  • Mr. Quint: George, this fish is phenomenal!
  • Curious George: Yeah.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: All right, now for breakfast, then back to work on my speech.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: What? Where's our food? George, I think there's a food thief on the loose. Why would someone steal paprika?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Narrator: George wanted to explain that he had it all taken care of.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (thump and groan)
  • Curious George (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (off-screen) Do we have gophers?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Gophers stole our food?
  • Curious George: (chatters) (groans) (chattering)
  • Jumpy Squirrel: (chittering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: My paprika! Why would someone bury paprika?
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (sighs)
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: George, squirrels bury nuts and seeds, not orange juice. Orange juice doesn't belong in the ground.
  • Curious George: (sighs)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Let me show you what belongs in the ground, okay?. See this? Nuts and seeds come from trees and plants. They can grow into new ones if they're not eaten. You see, that's a peanut Jumpy buried a while ago. It's started to grow. Now, when I was a boy... this tree wasn't here.
  • Boy with the Yellow Hat: Hi, bouncy squirrel.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: I used to watch Jumpy's great- grandfather bury his food. That winter, Jumpy's great-grandfather didn't eat that acorn. Then it started to grow and just kept growing. This tree came from an acorn just like this. Now do you understand?
  • Narrator: George thought the understood.
  • Curious George: Oh.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: We need more orange juice, so I'll walk back to the market. Then I really need to get back to that speech.
  • Curious George: Ah. (chattering)
  • Narrator: If an acorn could become a big tree... George wondered what a rubber band would grow into.
  • Curious George: Huh? Oh. (hooting) (dreams about a rubber band growing) Yeah!
  • Narrator: Or a feather.
  • Curious George: (chuckles) (dreams about him putting the feather on the ground, it was a peacock) Yeah! (chattering)
  • Narrator: George was gonna grow all kinds of exciting things.
  • Curious George: Hmm.
  • Narrator: The Man with the Yellow Hat hadn't finished his speech. George could grow the rest for him!
  • Curious George: (dreams about the papers out of the ground) (chatters)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Blah-blahdy-blah, bleeby-blee bloo blah-blah.
  • All: Ooh.
  • Professor Wiseman: Thank you.
  • Narrator: This would be the best speech ever.
  • Curious George: Ah.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Hi, Geo... Have you been just sitting there waiting for me the whole time? (gasps) You weren't just sitting there waiting for me the whole time.
  • Curious George: (chatters) (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (groans)
  • Narrator: When the man looked like that, it meant George was about to hear a long lecture.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: So, you see, seeds, nuts, acorns-- grow. My socks, the radio, the can opener-- don't grow.
  • Curious George: Oh. (chatters)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Okay. Now, we have to dig up all those things you buried.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: (gasps) Ohh... George, where's my speech?!
  • Curious George: (chatters) (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Okay. We have to dig up my speech first.
  • Curious George: (whines)
  • Narrator: Unlike Jumpy Squirrel, George didn't know how to find what he wanted. Everything smelled like dirt.
  • Curious George: (chuckles) (chatters) (groans) (grunting)
  • Bill: Hey, you diggin' a swimming pool?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Huh? Oh, no, Bill. George was being a squirrel and buried my speech. We can't find it.
  • Bill: Well, I'll help. (gasps) Wait, I know someone who can really help. She's a great digger.
  • (Ma Rabbit digs holes)
  • Bill: No speech here!
  • Mr. Quint: Oh, diggin' a pool there, are ya?
  • Bill: George buried something and we're trying to find it.
  • Mr. Quint: Well, I've got a metal detector I use to find coins and such down by the lake. Maybe that'll help.
  • Bill: Cool.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Uh, well, my speech isn't exactly made of...
  • Mr. Quint: Well, no. Ahoy!
  • (detector beeping)
  • Bill: (gasps) Maybe it's what you're looking for.
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: No, my speech isn't made of...
  • Bill: Ooh. Are they pirate keys?
  • Mr. Quint: Eh, could be. Maybe to a treasure chest.
  • (car alarm ringing)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Uh, no... We're, we're not gonna find my speech, and I can't rewrite it in time. I'll just have to skip the tribute.
  • Curious George: (hooting) Aha. (chattering) Ah.
  • Narrator: George didn't have the talents of a squirrel, but he did have the talents of a monkey. Which meant... he could see really well.
  • Curious George: (chattering) Ha-ha!
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: You found it!
  • Bill: The speech!
  • (detector beeping)
  • Mr. Quint: Well, that's not made of metal.
  • Professor Wiseman: (deep breath) So this is the air that inspired that wonderful speech. Are you planting something?
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Huh. It-it's a long story. That's not a peanut. Looks like something you buried is growing.
  • Curious George: (chattering)
  • Man with the Yellow Hat: Maybe you are a little bit squirrel after all.
  • (Curious George waters the tree and it grows)
  • Kid #1: George can do a lot of things that we can't do because he's a monkey.
  • Kid #2: And he tried to plant all kinds of things that wouldn't grow.
  • Man: Ah...
  • Kid #2: We started with some beans. We got plates and paper towels, put the beans on and we put water on it and we're trying to see how it can grow. We don't want the water to dry out. That's why we're putting the beans in the bag.
  • Kid #3: For two weeks, they grew. They're getting big.
  • Kid #4: Now I'm gonna open them up. The sprout came out of the bean.
  • Kid #2: This is what this one used to look like, only this one grew. Right?
  • Kid #1: This is the sprout and here's the roots. If I planted this, it'll probably grow a bean plant. The bean sprouted because we put water in it.
  • Kid #2: You can grow things out of just seeds.

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