Franklin – Franklin the Teacher / Franklin’s Allergy – Ep. 59
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[ ♪♪♪ ] ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING OVER TO PLAY ♪ ♪ GROWING A LITTLE ♪ ♪ EVERY DAY ♪ ♪ HERE HE COMES
WITH ALL HIS FRIENDS ♪ ♪ THEY’VE GOT STORIES,
GOT TIME TO SPEND ♪ ♪ WITH YOU ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING TO YOUR HOUSE ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING TO MY HOUSE ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ [ ♪♪♪ ] Female voice: [ Narrating ]
FRANKLIN COULD
COUNT BY TWOS, AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE COULD SHOW HIS
LITTLE SISTER HOW
TO BLOW BUBBLES, AND HOW TO PLAY TAG. BUT ONE DAY,
FRANKLIN DECIDED IT WAS TIME TO TEACH HER
MORE IMPORTANT THINGS. NICE GOING,
HARRIET. YOU
GOT THEM ALL. [ Giggling ] WHAT DO YOU WANT
TO PLAY NEXT? HIDE-A-SEEK. HIDE-A-SEEK. OKAY. WHO’S
GOING TO HIDE? ME!
[ Giggling ] [ Chuckle ]
OKAY, HARRIET. YOU BETTER
FIND A GOOD
SPOT THEN. [ Giggling ] ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE, TEN. READY
OR NOT, HERE I COME. [ ♪♪♪ ] HMM, I WONDER
WHERE SHE COULD BE. HMM, NOT OVER HERE. [ Chuckle ] [ Giggle ] AND NOT UNDER
HERE EITHER. I WONDER WHERE SHE IS. [ Giggle ] OH WELL, I THINK
I’M GOING TO HAVE
TO GIVE UP. [ Giggle ] HERE I AM. [ Excited giggle ] [ Chuckle ]
GEE, HARRIET, YOU SURE ARE
GOOD AT HIDING. [ Laughing ] PLAY AGAIN.
PLAY AGAIN! WE CAN’T
RIGHT NOW. WE’RE GOING
OVER TO
BEAR’S HOUSE. BEAVER AND RABBIT
ARE GOING TO
BE THERE TOO. AND BEATRICE? [ Chuckle ]
YEAH, BEATRICE TOO. YAY! [ Chuckle ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Twittering of birds ] Beaver:
AND THIS IS ME WITH
MY AUNT’S PUPPY. Franklin:
AW! IT SURE HAS LOTS OF FUR. Beatrice:
[ Giggling ] HEY, LOOK WHAT
BEATRICE IS DOING. DID SHE DO THAT
ALL BY HERSELF? YEP. SHE KNOWS
HER NUMBERS ALL
THE WAY UP TO FIVE. HOW DID SHE
LEARN THAT? I TAUGHT HER. Beaver:
GEE! WHEN SHE GETS TO
SCHOOL, SHE’S GOING
TO DO REALLY WELL. UH-HUH. HEY… WHERE DID THE
NUMBER FIVE GO, BEATRICE? [ Giggling ] [ Munching ] Rabbit:
[ Laughing ] LOOKS LIKE
HARRIET’S TRYING
TO LEARN HER
NUMBERS TOO. All:
[ Laughing ] HMM. [ ♪♪♪ ] I HAVEN’T BEEN
AS MUCH HELP
AS I SHOULD HAVE
BEEN, HARRIET. Franklin:
INSTEAD OF
JUST PLAYING, I SHOULD HAVE
BEEN TEACHING
YOU THINGS. BUT WE’RE GOING
TO FIX THAT. FROM NOW ON, YOU’RE GOING TO BE
LEARNING A LOT. [ Giggling ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Ringing ] WELCOME TO YOUR FIRST
DAY OF SCHOOL, HARRIET. FWANK’IN.
[ Giggle ] THIS IS WHERE
YOU’LL BE SITTING. [ Grunt of effort ] WHEW! OUR FIRST LESSON
IS COUNTING. HUH? COUNTING. [ ♪♪♪ ] ONE. TWO. [ Giggle ] OUCH! [ Giggle ] OW! YOU’RE SUPPOSED
TO BE LEARNING,
HARRIET… NOT PLAYING. NOW SAY
THE NUMBER
AFTER ME. ONE. ONE. THAT’S IT. GOOD. [ Giggle ] [ ♪♪♪ ] HMM. MAYBE WE’LL
TRY SOMETHING ELSE. [ Giggle ] THIS OOPS? [ Sigh ] THANKS, HARRIET. NOW, ONE FINGER. ONE FINGER. GREAT! TWO FINGERS. TWO FINGER. WAY TO GO, HARRIET. [ Giggle ] NOW, HOW
MANY FINGERS? ONE FINGER. NO. TWO? [ Sighing ]
NO, HARRIET. THIS IS THREE FINGERS. [ Giggle ]
THREE FINGER. OKAY. LET’S TRY AGAIN. HOW MANY FINGERS? HUH? [ Giggle ] [ Sigh ] WHAT AM I
DOING WRONG? [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Xylophone ♪♪♪ ] NOW, TRY IT
BY YOURSELF. MAYBE WE SHOULD
TRY THAT AGAIN. FIRST YOU HAVE
TO HIT THE
YELLOW KEY. Franklin:
GREAT! NOW HIT THE
YELLOW ONE AGAIN. NO, NO, NO,
HARRIET. [ Ringing ] [ Heavy sigh ] WE’LL CONTINUE
AFTER RECESS. [ Giggle ] [ Heavy sigh ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Franklin:
AND THIS
IS A HORSE. A HORSEY. NOW, LET’S SEE
HOW MANY YOU
REMEMBER. WHAT’S THIS,
HARRIET? WOOF, WOOF,
WOOF, WOOF! THAT’S THE
SOUND IT MAKES, BUT WHAT’S IT CALLED? WOOF, WOOF! MOO, MOO! IT’S A COW,
HARRIET. REMEMBER? COW. AND THIS? ‘CYCLE. [ Sigh of exasperation ] NO, HARRIET,
IT’S A TRACTOR. [ ♪♪♪ ] Franklin:
AND THIS IS
A LARGE PILE. SMALL, MEDIUM, AND LARGE. NOW POINT TO
THE SMALL PILE. V’OOM, V’OOM!
[ Giggle ] V’OOM.
PLAY AGAIN.
PLAY AGAIN! NO, HARRIET, WE
AREN’T PLAYING. WE’RE SUPPOSED
TO BE LEARNING,
REMEMBER? [ ♪♪♪ ] THIS IS YOUR
RIGHT HAND, AND THIS IS
YOUR LEFT HAND. RIGHT. RIGHT. LEFT. LEFT. GREAT! [ ♪♪♪ ] THAT’S IT. OKAY, HARRIET. TURN RIGHT. [ ♪♪♪ ] NO! NOT LEFT. [ Crash of impact ] OOPS. THE MARSHMALLOWS
ARE USED TO HOLD
THE STRAWS TOGETHER. HERE, I’LL SHOW YOU. YOU TRY IT. THAT’S IT. GOOD GIRL. NOW I’M GOING TO
STICK A MARSHMALLOW
ON THE OTHER END. SEE? YOU’RE DOING
GREAT, HARRIET. NOW WATCH CLOSELY.
I’M GOING TO TEACH YOU HOW TO MAKE A
REALLY NEAT SHAPE. [ ♪♪♪ ] THERE. ALL DONE. ALL DONE.
[ Slurping ] [ Mumbling ] HARRIET, YOU
WEREN’T SUPPOSED
TO EAT THEM. [ Blowing ]
THREE? [ Sigh ] [ ♪♪♪ ] THAT’S SO THE
WAGON DOESN’T ROLL
DOWN THE HILL. IT’S FUN LEARNING
HOW TO PAINT. THIS IS BLUE. [ ♪♪♪ ] I’M GOING TO PAINT
THAT ROCK NEXT. ROCK? [ ♪♪♪ ] HERE. THANKS, HARRIET. WHERE’D YOU FIND… [ Rattle of wagon ] Franklin:
THE WAGON! UH-OH! [ Crash of impact ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Franklin:
[ Heavy sigh ] TEACHING SURE
IS HARD WORK. AND I’M NOT DOING A
VERY GOOD JOB AT IT. OH? I’VE HARDLY TAUGHT
HER ANYTHING. WELL, HARRIET’S
STILL LITTLE, FRANKLIN. MAYBE YOUR LESSONS
ARE A LITTLE TOO
ADVANCED FOR HER. I JUST WANTED TO
HELP HER SO SHE’LL
BE READY FOR SCHOOL. THERE’S STILL
LOTS OF TIME BEFORE
THAT HAPPENS. LOOK WHO I
FOUND NAPPING
IN HER ROOM. [ Chuckle ]
SHE MUST HAVE
HAD A BUSY DAY. OH DEAR, THIS CHAIR
IS LOOSE AGAIN. UH-OH, I BETTER
FIX THAT BEFORE
IT GETS ANY WORSE. I’LL BE
RIGHT BACK. [ Banging of hammer ] Franklin:
[ Chuckle ] YOU’RE A
LITTLE LATE, DAD. HMM, WHO TAUGHT
YOU HOW TO
USE A HAMMER? FWANK’IN.
[ Giggle ] YOU MUST BE
QUITE THE TEACHER. I DIDN’T TEACH
IT TO HER. SHE MUST HAVE
LEARNED IT WHEN
WE WERE PLAYING. YOU KNOW,
FRANKLIN, PLAYING
WITH SOMEONE CAN BE A GREAT
WAY TO TEACH
THEM THINGS. REALLY? THEN I
GUESS I’VE BEEN
TEACHING YOU SINCE YOU WERE
BORN, HARRIET. [ Giggle ] All:
[ Laughing ] [ ♪♪♪ ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Female voice: [ Narrating ]
FRANKLIN COULD
COUNT BY TWOS, AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE COULD STOP
HIS BICYCLE, AND HE COULD STOP
A SOCCER BALL. BUT ONE DAY FRANKLIN
COULDN’T STOP SNEEZING. Both:
[ Laughing ] YAHOO! [ Chuckle ] THAT WAS
THE BIGGEST
SPLASH EVER. NO. MINE WAS
STILL BIGGER. MAYBE YOU’RE RIGHT, BECAUSE I THINK YOU’RE
THE MUDDIEST BEAR EVER. I DON’T MIND.
I’LL JUST HAVE A
BATH WHEN I GET HOME WITH MY NEW BUBBLE BATH. [ Chuckle ]
I’D RATHER HAVE
A MUD BATH. HEY, BEAR, MAYBE
IF WE BOTH JUMP IN
AT THE SAME TIME, WE CAN MAKE A
REALLY BIG SPLASH. GREAT IDEA, FRANKLIN. READY, BEAR? READY. ONE. TWO. THREE. AH-CHOO! [ Big splash ] [ Sniffling ] SORRY, BEAR. THAT’S OKAY,
FRANKLIN. LET’S TRY
IT AGAIN. THIS TIME IT’LL
SPLASH RIGHT
OVER OUR HEADS. RIGHT. ONE. TWO. THREE! AH-CHOO! [ Huge splash ] GEE, FRANKLIN,
ARE YOU OKAY? I THINK SO. AH… AH… UH-OH. AH-CHOO!
[ Yelp of alarm ] [ Big splash ] ARE YOU FINISHED
SNEEZING? [ Sniffling ]
I HOPE SO. MAYBE YOU’RE
CATCHING A COLD. COME ON, FRANKLIN,
I’LL TAKE YOU HOME. MY MOM CAN MAKE US
SOME CHICKEN SOUP. AH-CHOO! [ Sniffling ]
I NEED A BIG
BOX OF TISSUES. [ ♪♪♪ ] Franklin:
[ Sneezing ] [ Huge sneeze ] WOW! YOU BLEW
THEM ALL AWAY. YOU’RE SNEEZING
A LOT, FRANKLIN. ARE YOU GETTING
A COLD? I WAS FINE WHEN I
GOT HOME LAST NIGHT. IT’S ONLY SINCE
I GOT HERE
THAT I STARTED
SNEEZING AGAIN. MAYBE YOU HAVE
AN ALLERGY. MY COUSIN IS
ALLERGIC TO WEEDS. THEY MAKE HER
SNEEZE A LOT. AN ALLERGY? WHAT’S THAT? I’M ALLERGIC
TO CUCUMBERS. IF I EAT THEM, I GET
RED BUMPS ALL OVER. SO, WHAT
DO YOU DO? OH! I DON’T
EAT THEM. I WONDER
WHAT YOU’RE
ALLERGIC TO. WE HAVE TO DO
SOME TESTS
AND FIND OUT. AH-CHOO! [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Gurgling of stomach ] MMM. Beaver:
DON’T WORRY. THIS WON’T
HURT A BIT. ANY SNEEZING,
FRANKLIN? [ Sniffling ] NOT RIGHT NOW. BADGER, LET’S START WITH
THE CUCUMBER. OKAY, BEAVER. MMMM, WE SHOULD
HAVE BROUGHT
SOME DIP. WHY DON’T I
JUST SIT AT THE
TABLE, BEAVER? BECAUSE IF YOU
STARTED SNEEZING, HOW COULD
I TELL WHICH
SAMPLE YOU’RE
ALLERGIC TO? OH YEAH,
GOOD POINT. CUCUMBERS
ARE SERVED. THANKS, BEAR. [ Munching ] AH-CHOO! FRANKLIN, YOU’RE
ALLERGIC TO
CUCUMBERS, JUST LIKE ME. Bear & Beaver:
[ Laughing ] [ Sniffle ]
THAT WAS EASY. I JUST HAVE TO STAY
AWAY FROM CUCUMBERS
FROM NOW ON. AH-CHOO! BUT, FRANKLIN,
THERE WEREN’T
ANY CUCUMBERS AT THE MUD PUDDLE
YESTERDAY. OR AT THE
PLAYGROUND
THIS MORNING. YOU’RE RIGHT! HMMM. LET’S TRY
MUD NEXT. GEE, I HOPE
IT’S NOT MUD. ME TOO, FRANKLIN. WE HAD A LOT OF
FUN YESTERDAY. AH-CHOO! OH NO, IT MUST
BE THE MUD. BUT THERE WASN’T
ANY MUD AROUND
THE PLAYGROUND
THIS MORNING. HMMM. LET’S
CONTINUE. [ ♪♪♪ ] AH-CHOO! OH-H. AH-CHOO! O-OH-H! AH-CHOO! OH-H. AH-CHOO! OH-H-H. NO. I DON’T
WANT TO TRY IT. FRANKLIN,
ISN’T IT BETTER TO KNOW EVERY-
THING YOU’RE
ALLERGIC TO? NOT IF IT’S COOKIES. AH-CHOO! OH, NO-O. YOU DIDN’T EVEN
EAT IT YET. YOU MUST REALLY
BE ALLERGIC. DO YOU MIND
IF I EAT IT? [ Heavy sigh ]
GO AHEAD, BEAR. AH-CHOO! GEE, EVERYTHING
BEAR GIVES YOU
MAKES YOU SNEEZE. AH-H-H!
WAIT A MINUTE! STEP BACK, BEAR. [ Sniffing ] THAT’S STRANGE. I’M NOT SNEEZING NOW. NOW TRY THE CUCUMBER. Beaver:
AND SMELL THESE. WELL? NO SNEEZING.
I DON’T GET IT. I THINK I DO. FRANKLIN, YOU’RE
ALLERGIC TO… BEAR! HUH? WHAT? HOW CAN I BE
ALLERGIC TO MY
BEST FRIEND? AH-CHOO! DOES THIS MEAN
WE CAN’T BE FRIENDS
ANY MORE, FRANKLIN? OF COURSE NOT, BEAR.
[ Sniffle ] YOU’RE STILL MY BEST
FRIEND, NO MATTER WHAT. AH, THAT’S GOOD. AH-CHOO! UH, WE’RE JUST
GOING TO HAVE
TO FIND A WAY TO PLAY A LITTLE
FARTHER APART. YEAH, THAT’LL
WORK, FRANKLIN. [ ♪♪♪ ] [ Ringing of
bicycle bell ] [ Clattering of cans ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Badger:
HI, FRANKLIN. MAILING A LETTER
TO SOMEONE? HI, BADGER. I WAS JUST SENDING
A PUZZLE TO BEAR. [ Giggle ]
TO BEAR? BUT YOU WENT RIGHT PAST
HIS HOUSE TO GET HERE. I DIDN’T WANT
TO SNEEZE ON HIM. IT’S NOT EASY HAVING
A BEST FRIEND YOU
CAN’T GET CLOSE TO. [ ♪♪♪ ] OH! HI, BEAR. OH. HI, BEAVER. YOU LOOK
KIND OF LONELY. WOULD YOU LIKE
TO COME PICK
BLACKBERRIES WITH BADGER
AND ME? OKAY. AND THEN COULD YOU TAKE
SOME TO FRANKLIN FOR ME? OKAY. Badger:
HELLO. UH-OH. LOOK WHO
I BROUGHT. UH-OH. SORRY,
BEAR, I-I DIDN’T
KNOW YOU WERE GOING. THAT’S OKAY,
FRANKLIN. I CAN PICK BERRIES
ANY TIME, BY MYSELF. NO WAY, BEAR.
IF YOU CAN’T GO, I WON’T GO EITHER. [ ♪♪♪ ] FRANKLIN. BEAR. SORRY. I DIDN’T
KNOW YOU WERE HERE. WAIT, BEAR, YOU
DON’T HAVE TO GO. I DON’T MIND
A FEW SNEEZES. ARE YOU SURE? YEAH. HAVING A FRIEND LIKE
YOU IS WORTH IT. GEE, THANKS,
FRANKLIN. AH-CHOO!
[ Sniffle ] YOU’RE THE BEST
FRIEND EVER. READY? [ Huge splash ] Both:
[ Chuckling ] HEY, FRANKLIN,
YOU’RE NOT
SNEEZING ANY MORE. YOU’RE
RIGHT, BEAR. WOW! I WONDER
WHAT CURED YOU. HMMM. MAYBE WHEN
YOU’RE COVERED
IN MUD, I’M NOT ALLERGIC
TO YOU ANY MORE. THAT’S GREAT
NEWS, FRANKLIN. I’LL JUST HAVE TO STAY
COVERED IN MUD FOREVER. YOU SAID IT! Both:
[ Laughing ] [ ♪♪♪ ] Bear:
DAD, FRANKLIN
CAN PLAY WITH
ME AGAIN. OH? I DIDN’T KNOW
FRANKLIN COULDN’T
PLAY WITH YOU. I’M ALLERGIC
TO BEAR. I MAKE HIM
SNEEZE. EXCEPT WHEN HE’S
COVERED IN MUD. SO I HAVE TO STAY
COVERED IN MUD
FOREVER. OKAY, DAD? WELL, I SUPPOSE WE
CAN’T HAVE POOR FRANKLIN
SNEEZING ALL THE TIME. GREAT!
THANKS, DAD. BUT I DON’T KNOW
ABOUT SENDING
YOUR FRIEND HOME
LOOKING LIKE THAT. [ Chuckle ] [ ♪♪♪ ] OKAY, FRANKLIN,
TIME TO GET
WASHED UP. [ Sigh of pleasure ] AH-CHOO! OH NO, IT’S
STARTING AGAIN. HMM. YOU KNOW, I DON’T THINK IT’S
BEAR YOU’RE ALLERGIC TO
AFTER ALL, FRANKLIN. [ Sniffle ]
YOU DON’T? [ Sniffle ]
AH-CHOO! NO.
[ Sniffing ] I THINK IT MIGHT BE
SOMETHING ADDED TO
THIS BUBBLE BATH. HEY! MAYBE HE’S
RIGHT, FRANKLIN. MOM BOUGHT THAT
ON WEDNESDAY. THAT WAS THE
FIRST TIME
I USED IT. WEDNESDAY? THAT’S THE DAY
I STARTED SNEEZING. AH… AH… AH-CHOO! HA-HA! NOW I’M
SURE IT’S SOMETHING
IN THE SOAP. REALLY, DAD? SO YOU MEAN ALL
I HAVE TO DO IS STOP TAKING BATHS
WITH THAT BUBBLE BATH? WE’LL JUST HAVE TO
GO BACK TO BUYING
THE OLD BRAND. ALL RIGHT! THE BEST
PALS ARE BACK
TOGETHER AGAIN. AH-CHOO! [ Chuckle ] COME ON,
FRANKLIN. LET’S GO TO THE
POND, SO BOTH OF US
CAN GET WASHED OFF. I’M RIGHT BEHIND
YOU, BEAR. Franklin:
AH-CHOO! [ Chuckling ] AH-CHOO! [ ♪♪♪ ] CLOSED CAPTIONED
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