Franklin – Franklin’s Garden / Franklin Runs Away – Ep. 24


♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING OVER TO PLAY ♪ ♪ GROWING A LITTLE ♪ ♪ EVERY DAY ♪ ♪ HERE HE COMES ♪ ♪ WITH ALL HIS FRIEN S ♪♪ ♪ THEY’VE GO STORIES ♪ ♪ GOT TIME TO SPEND ♪ ♪ WITH YOU ♪ ♪ EY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING TO OUR HOUSE ♪ @ @ ♪ COMING TO MY HOUSE ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪♪ [ NARRATOR ]: FRANKLIN’S ARDEN @ AND TIE HIS SHOES. @@F ANKLIN COUL S HE COULD ZIP ZIPP RS
@@@@@@@@@ @ AND BUTTON BUTTONS. HE COULD MAKE HIS OWN SNACKS
AND TIDY HIS OOM. HE COULD EVEN HELP HIS DAD IN
THE GARDEN, BUT ONE SUM ER, DAD GAVE FRANKLIN HIS VERY OWN GARDEN TO PLANT.
@@ @@ YOUR ARD N L OKS GRE T,@@@@
FRANKLIN @ L OKS LIK SO EON ELaE IN [email protected]@
FAMILY AS a GR EN HUMB. HA, HA, HA, I’VE GOT
TWO OF THEM, DAD. @@@@@@@@@@ [ CHUCKLING ] MY GARDEN’S GOING TO BE
JUST LIKE YOURS. I M NOT GOING TO HAVE ANY WEEDS
OR– HEY, LOOK AT THAT. HA, HA,
A CATERPILLAR. IT OOKS FUNNY. YOU CAN PICK IM aP,
IF YOU’RE CAREFUL. HE’S SURE GOT LOTS OF LEGS. [ LAUGHING ] H TICKLES. C TER ILLARS NEED LOT OF LEG TO HELP THEd CLIMB
UP PLANTS AND TWIGS. AND FINGERS. @ HA, HA, AND FINGERS. @@ I SHOULD SH W
THIS TO [email protected] JUST [email protected]
TO BE GENTLE WITH IT. @ I WILL.
@@@@@@ I FOUND IT IN MY GARDEN.
@@@@@ NEAT, HEH? YEA ..
D ES IT BITE? @@ NO, IT’S REALLY FRIENDLY. HERE. WHAT DO S IT EAT? @ LEAVES ND STUF , I GUESS. LET’S TRY THIS. @@@ HMM, @ @@@@ MAYBE IT’S NOT HUNGRY. [ LAUGHING ] I THINK THAT’S
THE WRONG END, FRANKLIN OOPS, HA, HA, SORRY. HEY, WE COULD BUILD A H U E
FOR IT IN M GARDEN. @@@ OK, LET’S [email protected]@@ AND DAD SAID I WAS
A GOOD [email protected]@ SOME OF MY FLOWERS
ARE ALREADY OUT.T. @@ I’VE GOT PURPLE ONES
AND PINK ONES. A H! @@ @@ H Y… CHERRIES. WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? A CHE RY TREE SORRY ABOET
THAT BOYS. I PULLED DOWN
ON THE BRANCH A BIT TOO HARD. THAT’S OK, IT MISSE US. CAN WE EAT
THESE? @ [ LAUGHING ] GO AHEAD. @@ THAT’S WHAT CHERRIES ARE FOR. THANKS. @ WHAT HAVE YOU GOT THERE,
FRANKLIN? A C TERPILLAR. HMM. CAN’T SAY AS I’VE SEEN
ONE LIKE THAT BEFORE. IT CLIMBED
INTO Y GARDEN. I DARE SAY CATERPILLARS
CAN CLIMB WHEREVER THEY WANT. WE’RE GOING TO BUILD A HO SE
FOR IT TO LIVE IN. WELL, YOU’LL HAVE
TO BUILD IT BIGGER @@
THAN A UTTERFLY, WON T YOU? HOW COME? @@WHY? HA, HA, YOU’LL FIND OUT. COME ON, BEAR, LET’S
TAKE IT BACK TO MY [email protected] SEE YOU LAT R, MR. MOLE YEAH, THANK FOR THE CHERRIEC. . Y U’R WELCOM . IF YOU WANT S ME ORE JUST
DROP BY AND H LP OURSELF REA LY?
LIKE TOMORROW? TOMOR OW’S FINE. @ @ OK, WE’LL COME TOMORROW THEN. I’LL BE HERE. YIP EE! [ LAUGHING ] …AND A ROOF TO KEEP
THE RAIN OU . THAT LOOKS FEAT. YEAH, I THINK THE CATERPILLAR
LIKES ITS NEW HOUCE. IT SURE DOES. [ LAUGHING ] LOOK. [ LAUGHING ] OH, NO, I SHOULD HAVE MADE THE
ROOF OUT OF SOMETHING ELS [email protected] HA, HA, YEAH, NOT SALAD. GEE, ALL IT DOES IS EAT. AND CRAWL
AROUND. [ LAUGHING ] YEAH, LOOKING FOR MORE STUFF
TO EAT. HI, DO YOU LI E ME? HA, WHA ‘ [email protected]
SUP OSE OR MEA ? @@ YES OR NO? I THINK IT MEANS YES. [email protected],
FRANKLIN!! C MING! AND HERE’S aO [email protected]
SUP ER FOR YOU. @ @@ ACTUALLY, I’M STARTING
TO ET HUNGRY. I THINK I’LL GO HOME AND SEE
IF SUPPER IS READY. SEE YOU TOMORROW, BEAR.
@@ SEE YOUF
@@ HEY, DON’T FORGET ABOUT P CKING
C ERRIES AT MR. MOLE’S. I WONCT. THERE YOU [email protected] @@@@ A H USE FULL OF FOOD.. SLEEP TIGHT CA ERP LLA ,,
I LL CEE IOU TO ORR W. GOOD MORNING, CATERPILL–@@@ [email protected]@@@ OH, NO! @ MY FLOWERS! WHAT’S THE
PROBLEM, FRANKLIN? LOOK, WHAT THIS C TERPILLAR
DID TO MY GARDEN, DAD. IT DIDN’T DO IT ON PURPOSE, SON. THAT’S WHAT CATERPILLARS DO. N T WITH
M FL WERS. @ I ONLY WANT
NICE THINGS IN MY G RDEN. @@ THAT’S WHAT EVERYONE WOULD LIKE. BUT A GARDEN S MADE EP
OF MANY DIFFERENT LIVING THINGS. THAT’S WHAT
MAKES IT @ INTERESTING,
D N’T YOU THINK? I THINK IT WOULD
BE MORE INTERESTING WITHOUT CATERPILLARS.
@@ [ LAUGHING ] @ @@ @ AND NOW, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, BEAR WILL PERFORM ANOTHER
AMAZING TRICK [ GULPING ] @ TA-DA! HA, HA. THAT’S GOOD, BEAR. A W, COME ON, FRANKLIN. YOU GOT RID OF TH CA ERPILLAR. YOUR FLOWERS WILL
GRGROW BACK AGAIN I HOPE CO. I TAKE REALLY
GOOD CARE O MY GAR EN. HEY! @ @@@@@ @@ THEY’RE EATING
MR. MOLE’S CHERRIES. SHOO! UGH, aGH, GO AWAY. SHOO! UGH. GET O T OF HERE! WHAT’S
GOING ON? THE BIRDS WERE EATING
YOUR CHERRIES, MR. MOLE. BUT IT’S OK. I SCARED THEM AWAY. OH, DEAR, I HOPE
THEY COME BACK. YOU DO? WHY?
@@@@ I ENJOY HAVING BIRDS
IN MY GARDEN. . @ BUT WHAT ABOUT
YOUR CHERRIES OH, I DON’T MIND
IF THEY HAVE SOME. @ I’VE GOT LOTS TO GO AROUND. [ CHIRPING ] @@@ I HAVE ALL SORTS OF VISITORS
IN Y GARDEN. YEAH, AND SOME OF THE
ARE REA LY, REALLY LITTLE. HA, HA, YES. JUST LIKE T AT NICE
LITTLE CATERPILLAR IN IOUR GARDEN, FRANKLIN. Y U MEAN, USED TO
BE N HIS GARDE . @ UM, I THINK I’VE GOT TO GO
AND DO SOME HING. @@ I’LL SEE YOU LATER. HE’S GOT TO BE HERE SOMEWHERE.
@@@@ YOU CAN LIVE IN MY GARDEN.N. I’M NOT MAD, HONEST. WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR, SON? THE C T RPILL R I W NT IT TO
COME BACK AGA N. IT’S ROB B Y HERE SO EWHERE. I LL ELP YOU LOO . WHAT? LOOK AT THIS. THAT’S NOT IT. H , HA, THE C TERPILL R
HAS MADE A CHRYSALIS. IT’S INSIDE THERE,
CHANGING INTO A BUTTERFLY. OH… D N’T BE SAD, FRA KLIN..
@@@ THAT’S WHAT CATERPILLARS DO. @@@ I KNO#. @@ BaT W EN IT’S
A BUTTE FLY, @@@@ IT WON’T WA T
V SIT MY ARDEN, BECAU E I WAS ‘T
V RY NICE FRANK IN, YOU DID
A LOT FOR T AT CATE PIL AR. YOU GAVE IT A TOUR OF THE
NEIGHBOURHOOD, YOU FED IT WELL. HA, HA, NO CATERPILLAR
EVER LIVED @ IN A NICER HOUSE THAN THAT ONE. I SURE HOPE IT REMEMBERS
THOSE NICE THINGS. I’M SURE
I WILL. THIS S A VERY
COLOURFUL GaRDEN. @@@ THERE ARE SO MANY D FFERENT
KINDS O FLOWERS. @ AND I’VE HAD
LOTS OF DIFFERENT VISITORS, TOO
@ BEES, SPIDERS, UH, LADYBUGS, WORMS, UH… @@ A HUMMINGBIRD. I SAW IT IRST. OH, YEAH, THAT WAS NEATF WELL, ISN’T
THAT INTERESTING?? @ WE’RE STILL WAI ING
FOR THE [email protected] @@ OF A CERTAIN
BUTTERFLY @@@@@ YEAH, I CHECK
THE CHRYSALIS EVERY MOR– OH! IT’S NOT HERE, DAD! YES, IT’S HATCHED OUT ALL RIGHT. AND I DIDN’T EVEN GET
TO SAY GOODBYE. IT PROBABLY WAITED
TILL WASN’T LOOKING. @ [ CHUCKLING ]
@@ I WOULDN’T E SO URE OF THAT. IT AY BE CLOSER THAN YOU THI K. WHERE? [ [ LAUGHIN] IT’S ON YOUR [email protected] CATERPILLAR! @ I MEA , BUTTERFLY! @@ YOU’RE LYING! @@ [ CHUCKLING ] THA ‘S HAT BUTTERFLIES DO. SEE? YOUR LITTLE HOUSE IS STILL HERE. YOU CAN STAY WHENEVER YOU W NT. MR. MOLE WAS RIGHT. WE SHOULD HAVE BUILT IT
BIGGER THAN A BaTTERFLY. [ LAUGHING ] I TOLD YOU. I’M GOING TO BE HAVING
LOTS OF VISITORS COME TO MY GARDEN, BUT ERLY, BUT
YOU’LL ALWAYS BE MY FAVOURITE. @ [ NARRATOR ]:
FRANKLIN RUNS AWAY. FRANKLIN COULD COUNT
BY TWOS AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE HAD A MOM AND A DAD
WHO LOVED HIM, AND HE HAD SOME
BEST FRIENDS, TOO. AND SPECIAL FEELINGS
LIKE THaT NEVER CHANGE. @ BUT ONE D Y FRANKLIN
WASN’T SO SURE ABOUT HAT. @@@@@@@ @@@@ . .AND THEN MAMA BEAR SAID, “SOMEONE’S BEEN EATING
MY PORRIDGE.” Ã[ L U H N , @ A D T EN bA Y BEAR SA
THA HIS BO#L WAS E PTY @ @ @@ @@@@@ A D H BE AN O C Y I’D BE GLAD IF aOME NE aTETE
M BO#L OF PO RID E @@@@ AND I D BE GLAD I SOMEON ATE
MY HIMBLE F PORRI GE. [ LAUGHING ] F ANK IN? SNA L? IT’S NOT TALKING TIME;E;
IT’S IST NIN TI E. GET IT,
FRANKLI ! I GOT IT! WE’VE GOT A CLEAR SHOT. LOOK OUT, FRANKLIN. @ @@ FOX IS SNEAKING UP ON US.
BEAVER IS TOO. H LD IT! STOP THE GAME! THAT DOESN’T COUNT, FRA KLIN.
@@@ @@@ YOU GUYC AREN’T PLAIING FAIR. WHAT DO YOU MEAN? @ S AIL ALWaYC ELLS YOU
WHE I’M CO ING. AH.. @@@@ YOU CAN SEE WHA ‘S OING ON
BEH ND YOU. NONE OF US CAN DO THAT. THAT’S RIGHT. YOU GUYS HAVE TO PLAY FAIR
OR NOT PLAY AT ALL. FINE THEN, WE WON’T PLAY AT ALL. LET S GO SOMEWHERE ELSE, SNAIL. YEA , THEY DON’T WANT Ua
TO PLAY WITH THEM. @ [ LAUGHING ] @ THAT’S FUNNY, BEA ER. THEN WHAT,
BEAVER? YEAH,
KEEP GOING. AND THEN PAPA BEAR SAID, “THIS ISN’T TALKING TIME,
IT’S LISTENIN TIME.” [ LAUGHING ] REMEMBER WHEN MR. [email protected]
SAID TH T TO YOU GUYS? YEAH,
WE REMEMBER. HEY, THAT LOOKS
LIKE MY LIB ARY BOOK.. IT IS, YOU LENT IT TO ME
LAST WEEK, REMEMBER? @ YEAH, AND YOU SAID OU’D TA E
IT BACK TO THE LIBRARY. I WILL. I M JUST NOT
FINISHED WITH IT YET. WHAT IF I GET AN OVERDUE NOTICE? I DON T WANT
T GET INTO TROUBLE. @ GEE, BEAR, DON’T WORRY,
I’LL TAKE IT BACK. I CAN GO WITH HIM. NO, THANKS, I’LL DO IT MYSELF. S E YOU, [email protected]@ B E! @ SEE YOU
TOMORROW, BEAR! [ SIG ING ] NOW BEAR’S MAD TOO. YEAH, AND HE’S YOUR BEST FRIEND OH, THERE’S NO SNACK @@
ON THE TABLE. M M! I’M OUTSIDE,
FRANKLIN. @ MOM, WHERE ARE YOU? RIGHT HERE! I W S SO BUSY PAINTING
I DIDN’T HEAR THE BUS. HOW WAS SCHOOL TODAY? AWFUL. @ WILL YOU MAKE ME MY SNACK NOW? AH, I’M ALMOST DONE HERE.. I’LL MAKE IT WHEN I’M [email protected] SHE ALWAYS MAKES MY SNACK
AS SOON AS I GET OFF TH BUS. @@ WHY CAN’T SHE FINISH
PAINTING LATER? WELL,
I’M HUNGRY. YEAH, ME TOO. I DON’T THINK
I CAN WAIT FOR MOM. I’M GOING TO MAKE MY OWN SNACK. DO YOU WANT TO HE P ME? OK. AH! HI, MOM. DON’T WORRY ABOUT
MAKING A SNACK. WE DID IT FOR YOU. WHY DIDN’T YOU WAIT FOR ME? LOOK AT THE MESS
YOU VE MADE. I CAN CLEAN IT UP. I CAN H LP. HMM…MAYBE PAPER TOWELS
WILL WORK BETTER. [ SIGHING ] @ NO, FRANKLIN, JUST LET ME DO IT. YOU T O T KE
YOUR SAND ICHES OUT I E. [ SIGHING ] WHERE ARE WE
GOING, FRANKLIN? I DON’T KNOW,
BUT I’M NOT S AYING H RE. THIa IS A
REALLY BAD DAY. @@@@@@@@@@@@ IS IT EVER. @ IT’S LIKE WE CAN’T DO
ANYTHING RIGHT. I KNOW. IT JUST
ISN’T FAIR. ARE WE GETTING CLOSE
TO WHERE WE’RE [email protected] I DON’T KNO .
@@ WHERE ARE WE GOING? @@ THERE’S [email protected]
TREE FORT PATH! YEAH, LET’S GO THERE. NO ONE ETS MAD AT ES
A OUND HERE. YEAH, I’M FEELING
BETTER aLREADY. @@@@@@@ ME TOO. @ I DON’T WANT TO GO HOME OR TO
SCHOOL OR TO RIDE ON THAT BUS. THIS IS WHERE I WANT TO S AY. IN THE TREE FORT? @@ YEAH, DON’T YOU WANT
TO STAY HERE, TOO? I LIKE IT HER AN EV RYTHING ASAS HOME, THAT’S ALL. WHO’S GOING TO MAKE US SUPPER
OR READ US BEDTIME STORIES AND TUCK US IN EVERY NIGHT? WELL, MAYBE OUR MOM AND DAD
WILL STILL COME HERE FOR THAT. IT TAKES MY M M AND DAD A L D Y
TO GET TO THE MAILBOX. IT’LL TAKE THEM FOREVER
TO COME HERE. WELL, WHAT IF WE WENT HOME
AT BEDTIME… AND CAME BACK HERE
EVERY MORNING? I GUESS W COULD DO
THAT, FRANKLIN. BUT IF WE’RE NOT GOING
TO SCHOOL ANY MORE, WHAT WILL WE PLAY WITH? AND ARE WE STILL
GOING TO HAVE A COOKIE
AT SNACK TIME? HMM, THERE’S NOT MUCH HERE,
IS THERE, SNAIL? MAYBE WE SHOULD GO
BACK TO MY HOUSE AND GET SOME THIN S
FOR OUR NEW PLACE. LET’S GET SOME COOKIES FIRST. O . UGH… I’LL HELP. UGH…@@@ CLOSER, CLOSER. JUST A BIT MORE, SNAIL. I GOT IT. @@ [ KNOCKING ] @ WHAT SHOULD
WE DO? HIDE! HELLO, BEAR. @@@@@ HI, MRSF TURTLEF
@@ IT’a BEAR. IS FRANKLIN HOME? HE’S NOT HERE RIGHT NOW. HE’S OUTSIDE WITH SNAIL. OH, WILL YOU PLEASE TELL
HIM THAT I’M SORRY FOR GETTING MAD ON THE BUS? AND GIVE HIM THIS BOOK. I RENEWED IT. SO HE HAS LOTS OF TIME
TO LO K AT IT. SURE, I’LL TELL
HIM THAT, BEAR. WHA ARE
THEY A ING? SOMETHING ABOUT
RENEWING THE BOOK. WHY DID HE HAVE TO TELL MY MOM? NOW I’M REALLY IN FOR IT. THAT WAS VERY THOUGHTFUL, BEAR. I’M SURE HE’LL BE HAPPY
TO KNOW YOU’RE NOT ANGRY. BYE. GOODBYE. [ DOOR CREAKING ] [ GASPING ] WHAT ARE YOU TWO DOING? WE’RE GETTI G SOM THINGS
FOR THE TREE FORT. SORRY, FRANKLIN. IT’S TOO CLOSE
TO SUPPERTIME, AND I DON’T
WANT– SNAIL AND I WILL LIVE THERE. YOU’RE GOING TO LIVE
IN THE TREE FORT? NOBODY LIKES US, SO WE’RE
GOING TO LIVE SOMEPLACE ELSE, EXCEP WHEN IT’S BEDTIME. COME ON OUT. LET’S TALK ABOUT THIS. NOW WHAT’S ALL THIS
ABOUT NO ONE LIKING YOU? IT WAS A REALLY BAD DAY, MOM. EVERYONE GOT MAD AT US. IT STARTED WITH MR. OWL. YEAH, ALL WE DID WAS TALK
WHEN IT WAS LISTENING TIME. I SEE, AND WHO ELSE DOESN’T
LIK YOU? FOX AND BEAVER. AND BEAR. FRANKLIN SAID
HE WOULD TAKE THE BOOK
TO THE LIBRARY. Y AH, BUT BEAR GOT AD ANYWAY. FOR SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T
LIKE YOU, IT WAS NICE TO RENEW THE BOOK,
SO YOU COULD FINISH IT. REALLY? YES, IT’S RIGHT OVER THERE. AND HE WANTED TO APOLOGIZE FOR
BEING ANGRY WITH YOU ON THE BUS. WOW, HE REALLY IS MY FRIEND. DO YOU REMEMBER LAST WEEK WHAT
HAPPENED WHEN I FORGOT TO BRING YOUR SHIN PADS
TO SOCCER PRACTICE? YEAH, I GOT MAD AT YOU. YES, YOU DID, BUT YOU STILL
LIKED ME, DIDN’T OU? OF COURSE, MOM. EVEN THOUGH YOU MADE A BIG MESS
IN THE KITCHEN, I LIKE YOU. IT WAS THE PEANUT BUTTER
AND JAM ON THE TABLE, CHAIRS A D FLOOR THAT I DID ‘T LIKE. IT WAS KIND OF STICKY,
WASN’T IT? HA, HA, HA, IT WAS VERY STICKY. [ LAUGHING ] SOMETIMES THINGS HAPPEN
THAT MAKE US NGRY. BUT IT DOESN’T MEAN
WE DON’T LOVE EACH OTHER. AND IT DOESN’T MEAN WE SHOULD
GO LIVE IN THE TREE FOR . YOUR FATHER AND I WOULD MISS YOU
IF YOU LI E N T E T E FORT. YEAH, I’D MISS YO , TOO. AND YOUR COOKIES. [ CHUCKLING ] HOW CAN I SAY NO AFTER
A NICE HUG LIKE THAT? THANKS, MOM.

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