♪ ♪ 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 ♪>>NARRATOR: Franklin’s Masterpiece. Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He did drawings for his friends and paintings for his Granny. And one day, Franklin painted a picture for an art contest.>>Look at my paintings, Mom.>>Hmm, they’re very colourful, Franklin.>>They’re for the painting contest at the ice cream shop.>>All of them?>>Yeah. The prize is a really neat skateboard. I want to win it so I’m going to enter as many paintings as I can.>>They’re all wonderful, Franklin, but perhaps you should pick just one painting and make it the best it can be.>>Hmm, maybe you’re right. But which one should I pick?>>BEAR: Hi Franklin. Aren’t you finished your painting for the contest yet?>>Almost. I’m trying to pick the best one. Then I’m going to make it even better.>>Mine’s in here. Do you want to see it?>>Okay.>>Look in the end.>>It’s all rolled up, Bear. I can hardly see it.>>I can’t take it out. Mom said Mr. Skunk has to take it out so it won’t get wrecked.>>Oh, which one of these do you like the best?>>Hmm, that one. The flowers look like lollipops.>>Oh yeah.>>Hey, watch this. (Giggling)>>OTTER: What’s so funny?>>It’s a lollipop garden.>>Ooh, I like that kind of garden. Except it needs one more thing. A jellybean bush.>>BEAR: You can’t have a jellybean bush without black ones.>>Black jellybeans are your favourite?>>Oh yeah. They taste the best.>>What taste so good?>>Franklin’s painting.>>Huh? (Laughing)>>Oh I get it. Hey, how about a candy apple tree?>>Here, go ahead.>>Okay.>>BEAR: Hey, I know. Candy corn on the cob.>>Oh candy canes. You’ve got to have candy canes. (Giggling)>>MRS. TURTLE: Snap dragons. That’s a good choice.>>I’m good at painting bees. So I put a whole bunch in. Do you think Mr. Skunk will like it?>>I’m sure he will.>>Will he like it the best? He’s got to like it the best. Wait, I want to lick it.>>Alright, you can do the honours.>>I like this. For the gardener who has a sweet tooth.>>Oh isn’t that charming. Look at the little candy canes.>>Quite an imagination you have, Son.>>And you’re very artistic too.>>Thanks.>>Jellybean bushes. That’s a good idea. Maybe I’ll plant a row of those next spring.>>Hmm.>>Yes, we enjoy his art work too. I’m sure he’ll be very excited when I tell him the news. Oh just a second, he just came in the door. I’ll let you tell him. It’s Mr. Skunk.>>Hi, Mr. Skunk. I did? Yay. What? I mean pardon? When? I can come right now? Okay, thanks Mr. Skunk. Bye. I won the skateboard.>>Congratulations, Son.>>Yes, I guess you chose the right painting.>>Yeah and I’m glad I did.>>Hold on. What about these?>>It’s okay, I don’t need them, Mom. I’m going to the ice cream shop to get my skateboard. Yippee.>>He’s a famous artist now. You don’t expect him to put his things away do you?>>Not today.>>FRANKLIN: Thanks, Mr. Skunk. This is great.>>MR. SKUNK: So is your painting. It’s a real masterpiece.>>FRANKLIN: My mom and dad liked it too. I can’t wait till my friends see this.>>Oh I’m sure they’ve seen it. I’ve had visitors here everyday looking at it.>>Well the next time they see it, it will be going a lot faster. (Laughing)>>60, 70, one, two, three, four, five.>>Hey, we’ve got enough.>>Alright. (Screaming)>>Look out.>>Ahh. Woo, that was fun. Hey, where’d everybody go?>>Gee, Franklin, you need a horn.>>And brakes.>>And driving lessons.>>Sorry, guys. I’m just getting used to this thing. It’s really fast.>>Hey, that skateboard.>>That looks like the one from Mr. Skunk’s ice cream shop.>>That’s because it is the one from the ice cream shop.>>You won it?>>I won it.>>Wow, are you ever lucky, Franklin.>>I am lucky, but it’s because I did a good painting that I won the prize. Mr. Skunk called it a masterpiece.>>ALL: Ooh.>>Way to go, Franklin.>>Yeah, that’s great.>>Wow, we were just going to the ice cream shop to share a chocolate sundae. Do you guys mind splitting it four ways?>>No, that’s a good idea.>>FOX: Sure, I’ll share with Franklin.>>Gee, you guys are great.>>And you’re the best artist.>>And the worst driver. (Laughing)>>Vroom, vroom, vroom, vroom. We’re here, Franklin. Put on the brakes. (Screeching) That skateboard is great. I wish I had one.>>OTTER: Me too.>>FOX: Yeah, I do too.>>FRANKLIN: Maybe Mr. Skunk will have another art contest next summer. But if you want to win a skateboard, your paintings have to be as good as that one.>>This is what you entered?>>Yeah.>>BEAR: Where have I seen this painting before?>>You guys painted stuff on it, remember?>>So why aren’t our names on it too?>>Yeah.>>That’s right. How come?>>I don’t know. It was my idea.>>And my jellybean bush. And my candy apple tree.>>That’s right, Franklin. We all helped paint it.>>Umm, well, you guys can use the skateboard anytime you want. Here, Beaver, you have a turn.>>No thanks. I came here to have a chocolate sundae.>>Yeah.>>Me too.>>Uh, yeah, let’s have our ice cream. We can talk about this after.>>Did you bring any money?>>No, you guys said I could share.>>You didn’t share our names on that painting, so we’re not sharing our sundae. (Door slamming)>>Hello, Franklin. How are you enjoying your new skateboard?>>It’s fine.>>I’m making popcorn, Son. It’s almost ready.>>No thanks, Dad. I’m not very hungry. (Sighing)>>If it’s that skateboard giving you trouble, don’t worry. It will just take practice.>>It’s not that. It’s my friends. They think they should have won too.>>I’m sure your friends entered some fine paintings. But it wouldn’t be a contest if everybody won, would it?>>It’s not that either. They kind of helped me with my painting.>>I thought you painted the snap dragons and bees.>>I entered a different one. The garden of treats painting.>>That wasn’t your painting?>>Well it was, sort of. But then Bear and Beaver and Fox came along and added things. And they did make the picture look better.>>If they helped to make your picture look better then they deserve some recognition, don’t you think?>>Yes they do. I think I know what I have to do. ♪>>Thanks, Franklin.>>Yeah.>>Thanks.>>I still say that painting is a masterpiece. Even if it did take four artists to paint it.>>Now all we have to do is decide how we’re going to cut this in to four pieces.>>No way. We’ve already solved that problem.>>Yeah, we’re going to keep it at the tree fort.>>Then all of us can use it whenever we want.>>Yeah.>>That sounds like a good compromise>>Good, now that we’ve got that sorted out. I’d like to order six chocolate sundaes.>>Oh boy.>>Ooh, sundaes.>>OTTER: Two in one day.>>BEAR: And we don’t have to share.>>Oh I’m sorry, those are for me.>>Dad. (Laughing)>>NARRATOR: Franklin and the Computer. Franklin could count by twos and tie his shoes. He knew lots of games and all of their rules. But one day Franklin learned that friendship is more important than winning a game.>>A new computer game, when did you get it?>>Yesterday. And I’m already good at it.>>Did you hear that, Bear?>>What?>>Beaver has a new computer game.>>Your turn.>>I wonder what it’s like.>>Your turn, Franklin.>>I wonder if it’s an adventure game.>>Hey, what about our game?>>Take my next turn for me, will you, Bear? What’s your new game like, Beaver?>>It’s about building dams so it’s very educational.>>She’s already scored 500 points.>>540 actually.>>That’s great. I’ll have to play it sometime. I’m really good at games. (Sighing)>>Why are you putting away the game, Bear?>>I took your turn for you and you won.>>See, I told you. I’m really good at games. Bye.>>Goodbye.>>See ya.>>Bye, see ya tomorrow.>>So what are we going to do, Franklin?>>Uh, you mean now?>>Yeah, we always do things after school.>>Gee, Bear, I have to do something else right now. Maybe after supper, okay?>>Yeah, okay.>>See you later, Bear. (Knocking)>>Hi, Franklin, where’s Bear?>>Oh, he went home. Do you want to play baseball with me?>>Actually I’m going to play on my computer.>>What are you going to play?>>Dam Builders. You have to swim around all kinds of hazards and chew down trees and…>>Oh that sounds great. Can I see?>>Well, I guess you could watch me. But you have to be quiet because it takes a lot of concentration.>>Don’t worry about me, Beaver. I’m really good at being quiet. Trouble bubbles, Beaver, watch out.>>Franklin, I told you, don’t touch the computer screen.>>Oops, sorry. I didn’t want you to get trapped.>>I know what I’m doing. I’m almost at level two.>>Look out, don’t go that way.>>No problem.>>You should have gone that way. It’d be faster.>>No it wouldn’t. I’d get stuck in the weeds.>>Look out for the…>>Oh no. Barrel trap. Game over. Oh well. I almost got to level two.>>Yeah, um, Beaver, can I have a turn? Just a little one?>>Well, it is about beavers and dam building, so you might find it kind of difficult.>>I like games that are hard.>>Okay.>>Great. (Beeping)>>Yes, yes, yes. Around the corner of Cat-tail creek. (Sighing)>>Franklin, are you almost…>>Around the bull rushes? Yes I am. And the dam is wide open. A little further, a little further. Yes. I beat level one. What do you think of that, Beaver?>>Great.>>Let’s see who can beat level two first.>>MRS. BEAVER: Franklin, your mother called. She wants you to go home for supper.>>Aww, we were having so much fun.>>You live across the pond. Not across the ocean. You can always come again after supper.>>You’re right. See you later, Beaver.>>Bye. I’ll never get to level two if I have to wait for Franklin.>>Uh oh, trouble bubbles in the big pond. Better take a shortcut through Cat-tail creek. Ah, a fallen tree. I’ve got to get around it.>>I think it’s time to eat your breakfast instead of playing Dam Busters in it.>>Dam Builders, Mom.>>Do you know I’ve almost beaten level three?>>That’s quite an accomplishment. I guess.>>Oh it is. I scored more bonus points than Beaver. And she gets more time to play than I do.>>Do you think you’re spending too much time playing that game? You’ve been over there every day this week.>>It’s fun.>>Yes, and so are swimming and soccer and riding your bike.>>Yeah, I should ride my bike today. ♪>>Oh.>>Yes, 800 points.>>MRS. BEAVER: Well, you’re up bright and early today.>>FRANKLIN: Good morning, Mrs. Beaver.>>Here I am. Come on, Franklin, let’s play badminton.>>Oh, now that sounds like a nice idea. It’s such a lovely day.>>Badminton? Yeah okay. I got the trees to fall right on top of a barrel trap. And at level four you have to get around the whirlpools and…>>Franklin, hit the birdie. (Sighing)>>Do you want to keep playing this or do you feel like doing something else now?>>Like what?>>Hmm, I don’t know. Maybe play Dam Builders?>>I don’t feel like it, Franklin. I’d rather play outside. Why don’t we finish this game?>>Oh I forgot. I promised my mom I’d pick some berries for lunch. I have to go. See you later, Beaver.>>See you later, Franklin.>>Hey, Franklin. Where are you going?>>I’m just going over to Beaver’s.>>How come you don’t play with me anymore?>>I do. I played with you a couple of days ago.>>It’s been longer than that.>>I’m sorry, Bear. I just want to beat level four in Dam Builders. Then we can play.>>Will that take a long time?>>Not when you’re as good as I am.>>Maybe today?>>I’ll try. See you later, Bear.>>I hope so. (Knocking)>>Hi, Mrs. Beaver.>>Hello, Franklin. Beaver isn’t here. She’s running an errand for me.>>Oh.>>She shouldn’t be long. Do you want to wait for her?>>Sure I’ll wait.>>Would you like to play a game on the computer?>>That’d be great.>>You know where it is.>>Thanks, Mrs. Beaver.>>Huh?>>Yes. 50 points to go.>>Franklin, what are you doing?>>Hey, Beaver, guess what. I’ve almost beaten level four.>>Turn it off, Franklin.>>What?>>I said, turn it off.>>But Beaver, I’m past the whirlpools. Look. (Gasping) What are you doing?>>What am I doing? What are you doing? Playing on my computer when I’m not even here.>>But your mom said I could. Are you mad because my score is higher than yours?>>No. I’m mad because you’re not my friend anymore.>>Why? What did I do?>>You don’t want to play with me, all you want to do is play with my computer. That’s not being a friend.>>Gee, I’m sorry, Beaver. I didn’t mean to make you feel bad.>>Well you did. How would you feel if I only came to your house to ride your scooter?>>Not very good.>>And who cares about Dam Builders. Being friends is more important.>>Yeah, you’re right, Beaver. And keeping friends is more important too.>>Do you want to play something outside?>>Sure. It’s too nice out to be in here.>>Yeah, come on, let’s go. (Laughing)>>FRANKLIN: I’ve got it. Okay, who wants it?>>I want it.>>I do.>>Catch.>>Nice one.>>Gee, am I ever glad it didn’t take you all day to beat level four of that computer game.>>He didn’t beat level four.>>Aww, you didn’t?>>No, I decided that there are more important things than Dam Builders.>>Like playing soccer?>>Yeah, like playing soccer. With my best friends. ♪

Franklin – Franklin’s Masterpiece / Franklin and the Computer – Ep. 29
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33 thoughts on “Franklin – Franklin’s Masterpiece / Franklin and the Computer – Ep. 29

  • October 5, 2015 at 7:11 pm
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    Now I have to look up if Dam Builders is a real game. LOL

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  • November 22, 2015 at 3:22 pm
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  • January 7, 2016 at 7:40 am
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    I would be awesome if Franklin and Beaver played Slenderman. I want to see that in the Next Franklin series.

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  • February 28, 2016 at 7:45 pm
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    Do they have any televisions in the Green Wood?

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  • April 6, 2016 at 1:28 pm
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  • April 27, 2016 at 9:40 am
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    This orginal Franklin is amazing. The art style is so classic & hand drawn. Really realistic. I watched this all the time as a kid. My parents especially liked that this taught really good morals & values. The new "Franklin & Friends" looks like complete imovie crap along with taking out the morals & values that made this show great. SO DISSAPOINTING.

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  • June 3, 2016 at 6:49 pm
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    The original Franklin was my favorite as a child!

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  • June 10, 2016 at 1:34 am
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    เธฑเธถเน€

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  • June 24, 2016 at 3:15 am
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    4:05 I like Franklin's face

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  • September 30, 2016 at 6:10 am
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    I like the original Franklin better. The new Franklin and Friends show is boring.

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  • October 18, 2016 at 8:42 pm
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    Why didn't they animate the computer screen

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  • November 1, 2016 at 4:16 am
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    The kid who played Franklin is a grown up handsome man now. And that's coming from a guy who isn't a homo.

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  • January 15, 2017 at 3:34 am
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    they were pissed at franklin because of an art contest.

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  • February 7, 2017 at 8:15 pm
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    What wrong what Franklin and Friends.

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  • May 12, 2017 at 9:29 pm
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    Beaver is the reason I hate her species

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  • June 3, 2017 at 9:05 am
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    franklins a gamefreak

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  • September 7, 2017 at 11:05 am
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    17:42 beaver gasps

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  • September 19, 2017 at 8:46 pm
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    "Franklin could count by 2s, and to his shoes." What shoes???

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  • September 19, 2017 at 11:02 pm
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    It was going to bluster for the whole weekend but we had a good day today because this is what I return it.

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  • September 19, 2017 at 11:06 pm
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    You guys painting those stuff remember?

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  • September 19, 2017 at 11:07 pm
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    Where have I seen this before?

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  • September 27, 2017 at 9:04 pm
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    Dam builders.

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  • September 27, 2017 at 9:05 pm
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    You have to swim all kinds of fun and shoots up basements with you.

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  • September 27, 2017 at 9:06 pm
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    Can I have it?

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  • September 27, 2017 at 9:07 pm
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    Yes. But you have to be careful cause it takes a lot of conservation.

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  • September 27, 2017 at 9:11 pm
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    Don't worry Bakal. I'm way better than you are.

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  • November 12, 2017 at 5:21 am
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    Hi my name is Franklin Zealand

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  • December 31, 2017 at 3:03 pm
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    Ry

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  • March 3, 2018 at 12:51 pm
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    My childhood memories like if same

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  • April 16, 2018 at 7:19 pm
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    That Damn game ruind beaver and Franklin frendship

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  • August 4, 2019 at 4:20 am
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    Mrs.Beaver's necklace must worth a fortune,if that giant diamond is real.

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  • August 10, 2019 at 11:16 pm
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    18:18 im dead

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