♪ Hey, it’s Franklin ♪ ♪ Coming over to play ♪ ♪ Growing a little ♪ ♪ Everyday ♪ ♪ 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 ♪ NARRATOR:
“FRANKLIN SEES THE BIG PICTURE” FRANKLIN COULD COUNT BY TWOS
AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE KNEW HOW TO BE A CARING
BIG BROTHER TO HARRIET AND A THOUGHTFUL SON
TO MOM AND DAD. AND ONE DAY, FRANKLIN LEARNED TO REALLY
APPRECIATE HIS GRANNY. BYE MOM. BEAR:
OY! G’DAY MATE! FRANKLIN: (AUSSIE ACCENT)
AH HA, IT’S MY TRUSTY SIDEKICK
KOALA! (CHUCKLES) BEAR:
THAT’S ME! JUST LIKE IN THE BOOK! SO WHERE’S YOUR DYNAROO
COSTUME? YOU SAID YOU’D HAVE IT TODAY. GRANNY JUST FINISHED
SEWING IT. I’M ON MY WAY TO HER HOUSE
RIGHT NOW. BEAR:
THEN WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? IN UNISON:
YAHOOOO! IT’S DYNAROO! (LAUGHING) FRANKLIN:
HI. BEAR:
HELLO. MRS. GOOSE:
GOOD AFTERNOON, BOYS. BEAR:
WHO ARE THE FLOWERS FOR,
MRS. GOOSE? OH, I’M JUST GETTING MY DESK
SPRUCED UP FOR BOOKFEST. I HOPE YOU TWO ARE TAKING PART
IN THE BOOK REVIEWS. UH HUH. YEP. FRANKLIN AND I ARE DOING
OUR BOOK TOGETHER! WE’RE COMING TO BOOKFEST
DRESSED AS DYNAROO AND KOALA. BEAR:
SO IF YOU NEED SOME RESCUE
HEROES, WE’LL BE HERE. WELL, YOU NEVER KN. MAYBE I’LL NEED YOU
TO SEARCH FOR SOMEONE WHO’S LOST IN A NOVEL. (CHUCKLE) GOODBYE BOYS. BEAR:
SEE YOU LATER. FRANKLIN:
BYE MRS. GOOSE. BEAR:
GEE, EVERYBODY
IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD IS GETTING INTO BOOKFEST. YEAH.
THERE’S MR. MOLE. BEAR:
AND MRS. HERON. HEY, THAT ONE’S UPSIDE-DOWN. FRANKLIN:
HUH? (CHUCKLE) NO IT ISN’T, BEAR. THAT’S MR. BAT. (GIGGLE) OH. RIGHT. MR. LYNX:
MIND THE LADDER DOWN THERE,
BOYS. FRANKLIN:
HOW’S IT GOING, MR. LYNX? MR. LYNX:
WELL, TO TELL YOU TRUTH BOYS,
I’M BEHIND SCHEDULE. BOOKFEST STARTS TOMORROW AND
THERE’S A LOT TO GET READY. BEAR:
SOUNDS LIKE SOMEBODY
NEEDS HELP. THIS LOOKS LIKE A JOB FOR
DYNAROO AND KOALA! OOOPS. OH DEAR. COULD YOU BOYS NOT
TAMPER WITH THOSE. SORRY, MR. LYNX. SORRY. HUH? OH NO. BEAR:
WOW. YOU DIDN’T TELL ME YOU
WERE GOING TO BE ON A BANNER. FRANKLIN:
I DIDN’T KNOW MYSELF. WHY DIDN’T GRANNY TELL ME
SHE WAS GOING TO DO THIS? (LAUGHING) BEAVER:
HI GUYS. SKUNK:
HI FRANKLIN. BEAVER:
WHAT’S THIS? YOU’LL REALLY ENJOY READING
LIKLITTLE PIGGY TALES.E, (GIGGLES) THAT PICTURE WAS TAKEN
A LONG TIME AGO! I WAS LITTLE! BEAR:
AW C’MON, FRANKLIN,
BEAVER’S JUST KIDDING AROUND. IT LOOKS GOOD. IF IT WAS A GIANT PICTURE OF
YOU READING A BOOK FOR TODDLERS, YOU WOULDN’T THINK SO. HMPH! BEAR:
THAT’S IT. FRANKLIN:
GOOD. C’MON BEAR. LET’S GO. BEAR:
HAVE A NICE DAY, MR. LYNX! MR. LYNX:
GOODNESS ME,
I’M TOO BUSY TO HAVE A NICE DAY. BEAR:
C’MON FRANKLIN.
WHAT’S TAKING YOU SO LONG? FRANKLIN:
OKAY, I’M READY. JUST SAY THE WORDS. IN UNISON:
YAHOO IT’S DYNAROO! FRANKLIN:
TAH DAH! WOW! COOL! I KNOW.
IT’S TERRIFIC GRANNY. I CAN’T WAIT ‘TIL MY FRIENDS
SEE ME AT THE LIBRARY TOMORROW! THEY’LL SEE SOMETHING ELSE
AT THE LIBRARY TOMORROW TOO. FRANKLIN:
WHAT? GRANNY:
OH, IT’S A SURPRISE. SOMETHING THAT
CELEBRATES BOOKS AND MY SPECIAL GRANDSON. I KNOW YOU’RE GOING TO LIKE IT. BEAR:
GEE, I WONDER WHAT IT COULD BE,
HUH FRANKLIN? HEH. YEAH, I WONDER. GRANNY, ARE YOU GOING
TO BOOKFEST TOMORROW? OH YES.
I’LL BE THERE. UM, UH… BEAR, I THINK WE SHOULD
GET GOING NOW. BEAR:
BUT, WE JUST GOT HERE. GRANNY:
OH, DON’T LEAVE YET. I HAVE SOME BLUEBERRY MUFFINS
IN THE OVEN. BEAR:
BLUEBERRY MUFFINS! WE’RE NOT GOING
ANYWHERE DYNAROO. (GRANNY CHUCKLES) (GROAN) FRANKLIN:
C’MON BEAR. BEAR:
OOH! AHH! HOT! HOT! GEE FRANKLIN, WE COULD’VE
AT LEAST WAITED FOR THE MUFFINS TO COOL OFF. FRANKLIN:
THANKS AGAIN FOR EVERYTHING,
GRANNY. YOU’RE WELCOME, DEAR. I’LL SEE YOU TOMORROW
AT THE LIBRARY. FRANKLIN:
OKAY. BYE. BEAR:
HEY, WAIT UP, FRANKLIN. WHY ARE YOU IN SUCH A HURRY? BECAUSE I HID THAT BANNER
OF GRANNY AND ME. WHAT? YOU DID? I’M A BAD GRANDSON,
BEAR. NO YOU’RE NOT,
FRANKLIN. EVERYONE DOES STUFF WITHOUT
THINKING SOMETIMES… LIKE WHEN MY GRANDMA CAME
TO OUR SOCCER GAME AND I WAS TOO EMBARRASSED
TO LET HER GIVE ME A HUG. I THINK THAT HURT HER FEELINGS. I GUESS I SHOULD THINK MORE
ABOUT GRANNY’S FEELINGS. SHE’S REALLY PROUD
OF THIS PICTURE. I SHOULD BE TOO. JUST GET MR. LYNX
TO PUT IT UP, THEN SHE’LL NEVER KNOW
WHAT HAPPENED. YEAH. OKAY. OH NO.
THE LIBRARY’S CLOSED. BEAR:
SORRY FRANKLIN. IF I HADN’T WANTED
A BLUEBERRY MUFFIN, WE’D HAVE BEEN
HERE A LOT SOONER. FRANKLIN:
IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT, BEAR. I’M THE ONE WHO HID THE BANNER. WHAT IF WE TRIED TO HANG
THE BANNER UP OURSELVES? YOU THINK WE CAN? WE’RE DYNAROO AND KOALA,
RIGHT? WE CAN TACKLE ANYTHING. YEAH. LET’S DO IT! FRANKLIN:
STEADY NOW. BEAR:
WE ARE SO GOOD. TAH DAH! FRANKLIN:
GOOD WORK, KOALA. BEAR:
SAME TO YOU, DYNAROO. FRANKLIN:
LET’S GO SEE HOW IT LOOKS. HUH? WHAT? FRANKLIN:
AWWWW, THAT’S NO GOOD. BEAR:
WELL, AFTER THE LEAVES DROP OFF
THIS AUTUMN, IT SHOULD LOOK GREAT. (WITHERING CHUCKLE) OKAY, YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE
TO BELT IT REALLY HARD. I’M READY. (EFFORT GRUNT) FRANKLIN:
GOOD ONE, BEAR! BEAR:
THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN
A HOME RUN! FRANKLIN
I’LL TIE THIS ON THE BANNER. YOU GO TO THE OTHER SIDE
AND PULL IT UP. BEAR:
WILL DO, DYNAROO! WE DID IT! IT’S WORKING! WHOA! OOF! AAAAHHHH! HUH? (FRANKLIN STRUGGLING) MR. LYNX:
FRANKLIN? FRANKLIN:
MR. LYNX! WHERE DID THAT BANNER
COME FROM? (SIGH) AT FIRST, I DIDN’T WANT THIS
BIG PICTURE OF ME HANGING UP, SO I HID IT,
BUT I CHANGED MY MIND. BEAR:
FRANKLIN, WHAT HAPPENED? HEY, YOU’RE STILL HERE! ARE WE EVER GLAD
TO SEE YOU! WE NEED HELP PUTTING UP
THIS BANNER! MR. LYNX:
I’D LIKE TO HELP YOU, BUT I’M ALL DONE DECORATING. AND NOW I’VE GOT
FLOORS TO POLISH. I’LL BE SEEING YOU BOYS. WAIT! MR. LYNX! I KNOW YOU HAVEN’T GOT TIME
TO DO IT FOR ME, BUT WOULD YOU HAVE
TIME TO DO IT FOR MY GRANNY? I DON’T WANT HER TO BE
DISAPPOINTED. (BIG SIGH) ALL RIGHT. I’M NOT SURE WHERE WE’RE
GOING TO HANG IT, BUT WE’LL THINK OF SOMETHING. FRANKLIN:
THANKS MR. LYNX! C’MON BEAR! OH DEAR. FRANKLIN:
THE STORY IS LOADED WITH
ALL KINDS OF ACTION… BEAR:
YOU’LL TURN EVERY PAGE WITH
GREAT SATISFACTION. FRANKLIN:
THERE’S A TWIST IN THE MIDDLE AND A BIG SURPRISE ENDING. BEAR:
THAT’S WHY IT’S THE BOOK
THAT WE’RE RECOMMENDING. FRANKLIN:
SO SIGN OUT THIS BOOK
FROM THE LIBRARY TODAY. AND AFTER YOU’VE READ IT,
WE’RE SURE YOU WILL SAY… IN UNISON:
YAHOOO IT’S DYNAROO! (APPLAUSE AND CHUCKLES) THANK YOU. THANKS. FRANKLIN
UM, BEFORE I GO I HAVE ANOTHER
BOOK I’D LIKE TO TALK ABOUT. (CONFUSED CHATTER) (LAUGHING) FRANKLIN:
BEAR. AWWW… OOH… MY LOVE OF BOOKS STARTED
A LONG TIME AGO WITH MY GRANNY. WE SPENT A LOT OF TIME
IN HER BIG COZY CHAIR READING STORIES LIKE
“MOUSE IN THE HOUSE”. I’D LIKE TO THANK YOU GRANNY FOR ALL THE TIMES YOU’VE SAT
AND READ WITH ME. GRANNY
IT WAS MY PLEASURE, FRANKLIN. EVERY MINUTE OF IT. (APPLAUSE AND CHEERS) NARRATOR:
“FRANKLIN FIGURE SKATES” FRANKLIN COULD COUNT BY TWOS
AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE KNEW HOW TO HIT A HOME RUN
IN BASEBALL AND SCORE A GOAL IN SOCCER. BUT WHEN IT CAME TO PLAYING
HOCKEY, THERE WAS SOMETHING
FRANKLIN COULD NOT DO. HI, GUYS. WHERE IS EVERYBODY? THIS MIGHT BE IT, FRANKLIN. SKUNK WASN’T SURE
SHE COULD MAKE IT EITHER. AND BEAVER AND RACCOON ARE BUSY PRACTICING THEIR FIGURE
SKATING. BUT WHAT ABOUT OUR GAME? BEAR:
NOW THAT YOU’RE HERE
WE CAN PLAY TWO ON ONE. RABBIT:
YEAH. TWO FORWARDS TRY TO GET
PAST A GUY ON DEFENSE. DEFENSE? YOU KNOW, LIKE THIS. HERE BEAR,
I’LL PLAY DEFENSE. IT’S EVEN MORE FUN
WHEN IT’S TWO AGAINST ONE. BEAR:
YOU’RE THE LAST ONE HERE, SO YOU PLAY DEFENSE FIRST,
OKAY? UHHH… UH-OH!
I FORGOT MY SCARF. (COUGH, COUGH) AND I’VE HAD THIS COUGH LATELY. (COUGH, COUGH) SORRY GUYS, I REALLY SHOULDN’T
BE OUT HERE WITHOUT MY SCARF. I CAN FEEL A DRAFT
GOING RIGHT DOWN MY SHELL. GEE, THAT’S TOO BAD. I KNOW. (COUGH, COUGH) WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE FUR
YOU REALLY NEED TO BUNDLE UP. SEE YOU LATER. HOPE YOU’RE FEELING BETTER
SOON, FRANKLIN. (SKATING TO A SONG FROM
“THE NUTCRACKER”) BEAVER:
(WOBBLES) WHOA! RACCOON:
STEADY! STEADY! FRANKLIN:
YAHOO! THAT WAS GREAT GUYS! BEAVER:
HI, FRANKLIN. FRANKLIN:
WOW, I DIDN’T KNOW YOU WERE
SUCH GOOD FIGURE SKATERS. RACCOON:
THANKS. BEAVER:
RACCOON AND I
ARE GOING TO PERFORM AT THE WOODLAND ICE SHOW. THAT’S ON SATURDAY. AND THERE’S STILL LOTS OF
THINGS I HAVE TO WORK ON. THAT WE
HAVE TO WORK ON. WE JUST NEED MORE
PRACTICE. RIGHT. LET’S GET BACK TO WORK. SORRY,
I WISH I COULD, BUT I’M ALREADY LATE
FOR MY PIANO LESSON. SEE YOU TOMORROW,
BEAVER. BYE, FRANKLIN. BEAVER:
SEE YOU. FRANKLIN:
GOODBYE RACCOON. (HUFF) RACCOON’S
ALWAYS SO BUSY. HMM, YOU’RE A GOOD SKATER,
FRANKLIN. MAYBE YOU COULD PRACTICE
WITH ME WHEN RACCOON CAN’T. I GUESS I COULD. GREAT. I’LL SHOW YOU THE REST
OF OUR ROUTINE. I THINK THE SPIN
IS MY FAVORITE MANEUVER, BUT I’D LIKE TO GO
FASTER! IT LOOKS LIKE FUN! BEAVER:
IT IS! THEN AFTER MY SPIN,
WE SKATE DOWN THE ICE BACKWARDS. UMM…BACKWARDS? YEAH,
BUT THAT’S THE EASY PART. THIS NEXT MOVE’S CALLED
A CAMEL AND… UH FRANKLIN? WHERE ARE YOU GOING? I’VE CHANGED MY MIND. SORRY, I CAN’T PRACTICE
WITH YOU, BEAVER. HUH? OH, YOU CAN’T SKATE BACKWARDS,
CAN YOU? NO.
I NEVER LEARNED HOW BECAUSE I WAS ALWAYS AFRAID
I MIGHT FALL AND CRACK MY SHELL. DON’T TELL ANYBODY, OKAY? OKAY. ACTUALLY,
I KNOW HOW YOU FEEL. I ALWAYS GET NERVOUS WHEN
I SKATE ON ONE FOOT. FRANKLIN:
YOU DO? BEAVER:
UH HUH. RACCOON SAYS “CHIN UP.
DON’T LOOK DOWN.” BUT, PARTWAY THROUGH
I THINK I’M GOING TO FALL, SO I – WHOA! (SIGH) HAVING SOMEONE TO PRACTICE
WITH ALWAYS HELPS, THOUGH. I DON’T KNOW,
BEAVER. HEY!
IF YOU PRACTICE WITH ME, I’LL TEACH YOU
HOW TO SKATE BACKWARDS. BUT WHAT ABOUT MY SHELL? BEAVER:
DON’T WORRY. I HAVE JUST THE THING
FOR THAT. FRANKLIN:
YOU DO? A SAFETY PILLOW? BEAVER:
UH HUH. JUST IN CASE. ALL RIGHT, LET’S START
OUR BACKWARDS LESSON. FIRST YOU SKATE FORWARDS. THEN YOU TURN AROUND.
LIKE THIS. THEN YOU PUSH OFF FROM
FOOT TO FOOT TO KEEP GOING. SEE? IT’S SIMPLE! THAT’S EASY FOR YOU TO SAY. BEAVER:
LET’S DO IT TOGETHER. LIKE IN THE ROUTINE. OKAY, HERE WE GO! FRANKLIN:
WHOOA! OOAFF! BEAVER:
(GASP) FRANKLIN!
ARE YOU ALL RIGHT? YEAH. (CHUCKLES) THIS PILLOW REALLY WORKS. LET’S TRY AGAIN. BEAVER:
(GIGGLES) OKAY! GO FOR IT! I DID IT! I DID IT! BEAVER:
NOW PUSH OFF FROM FOOT
TO FOOT LIKE I SHOWED YOU. READY TO GO SOLO? FRANKLIN:
SURE! LOOK!
I’M SKATING BACKWARDS! (GASP) HOW DO I STOP?! OOPS! I’LL GET YOU! WHOA! (GIGGLES) NICE JOB, FRANKLIN. ONCE I GIVE YOU
A STOPPING LESSON, YOU’LL BE ALL SET. GREAT. SO, ARE YOU READY TO WORK
ON YOUR ROUTINE NOW? YOU BET! ♪♪ FRANKLIN:
WHOA! OOF! (GIGGLES) WHOA! I GOT YOU. STEADY! STEADY! THANKS! WOO-HOO FRANKLIN! YES! ALL RIGHT! FRANKLIN:
LOOKING GOOD, BEAVER! YOU TOO RACCOON! DR. BEAR:
ALL RIGHT SKATERS, THEY’RE ABOUT TO OPEN
THE GATE FOR OUR AUDIENCE. PRACTICE TIME IS NOW OVER. WHOA…OOF! BEAVER:
RACCOON! DR. BEAR! DR. BEAR:
(GASP) OH DEAR. ARE YOU OKAY, RACCOON? RACCOON:
I…I THINK SO. (WINCES) OH! I’D BETTER TAKE A LOOK AT THAT. (MOANING IN PAIN) DR. BEAR:
HMM, THIS LOOKS LIKE
A SPRAINED ANKLE. NO MORE SKATING FOR YOU TODAY,
I’M AFRAID. BEAVER:
OHHH. DR. BEAR
I’LL GET SOME ICE
TO BRING DOWN THE SWELLING. BE RIGHT BACK. THERE GOES OUR
FIGURE SKATING ROUTINE (SIGH) AND AFTER ALL
OUR HARD WORK. UM…I KNOW THE ROUTINE. I COULD TAKE RACCOON’S PLACE. IF IT’S OKAY WITH YOU? YEAH, I THINK IT’S
A GREAT IDEA! YEAH, THANKS! BUT CAN YOU DO IT
WITHOUT YOUR SAFETY PILLOW? I’LL GIVE IT A TRY. DR. BEAR:
WELCOME EVERYONE TO
THE WOODLAND ICE SHOW. OUR FIRST TWO FIGURE SKATERS
TODAY ARE BEAVER AND FRANKLIN. FRANKLIN! HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN! HUH? YOU NERVOUS,
FRANKLIN? MAYBE A LITTLE. ME, TOO. BUT WE’LL DO GREAT. (SKATING TO A SONG FROM
“THE NUTCRACKER”) WOW! I DIDN’T KNOW FRANKLIN
COULD SKATE LIKE THAT. RABBIT:
ME NEITHER. NOW REMEMBER…
CHIN UP. DON’T LOOK DOWN. (APPLAUSE) YAY FRANKLIN! WOO HOO! ALL RIGHT BEAVER! BEAVER:
GOOD LUCK. BEAVER! YOUR LACES! BEAVER:
(GASP) WHOOOAA… (GASPS) BEAVER:
TA-DA! BRAVO BEAVER! (APPLAUSE) BRAVO! DR. BE: BEAR:
WOW! RABBIT:
NEAT ENDING! BEAVER:
SEE. I TOLD YOU WE’D DO GREAT. AND LOOK,
YOUR SHELL DIDN’T BREAK. YEAH, I DIDN’T NEED MY
SAFETY PILLOW AFTER ALL. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP,
BEAVER. THANKS FOR ALL
YOUR HELP. (GIGGLES) AND FOR BREAKING MY FALL. (GIGGLING) WHOA!
NICE PLAY FRANKLIN. FRANKLIN:
THANKS. RABBIT:
GEE FRANKLIN, WHEN DID YOU BECOME
SO GOOD AT PLAYING DEFENSE? JUST LAST WEEK. (CHUCKLES) AFTER HE TOOK SOME FIGURE
SKATING LESSONS. FRANKLIN:
HEY RABBIT, BET YOU’VE NEVER SEEN A HOCKEY
MOVE LIKE THIS BEFORE. WHOOAA… OOF! OOPS. (LAUGHING) NOPE. I’VE NEVER SEEN A HOCKEY
MOVE LIKE THAT BEFORE. (LAUGHING) BEAVER:
COME ON FRANKLIN.

Franklin – Franklin Sees the Big Picture / Franklin Figure Skates – Ep. 78
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3 thoughts on “Franklin – Franklin Sees the Big Picture / Franklin Figure Skates – Ep. 78

  • October 29, 2015 at 10:56 pm
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    재ㅁ

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  • August 28, 2016 at 9:44 am
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    Skunk should stop hanging out with beaver…she started turning obnoxious too in this episode

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  • June 25, 2019 at 5:31 pm
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    And that's that folks,the last episode. I enjoyed every one on the playlist and I've learned. THANK YOU for uploading!!!

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