神奇校车S103 Inside Ralphie字幕

2021年1月23日 作者 奇先生 0

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I told them I’d have an idea for Broadcast Day

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so I’ll have an idea for Broadcast Day.

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Why don’t I have an idea for Broadcast Day?

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Ralphie! Get up! You’re going to be late for
school!

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Oh, no!

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Ralphie! What are you doing?

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Our class is broadcasting two hours of live
television today

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and I said I’d have a show for them to do…
and, I don’t… yet…

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But I will!

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No you won’t.

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What?!?

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It’s my opinion as your mother and as a doctor
that you have a fever

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which means you are sick which means you
are going back to bed.

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But, but Mom…

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No buts about it, Ralphie.

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I’m sure your class can do Broadcast Day
without you.

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We can’t do it without him!

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And we go on in an hour!

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Where is he?

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I’ll get it!

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I was wondering where you got to.

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Hello? Yes, Dr. Tinelli!

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Dr. Tinelli! That’s Ralphie’s mom!

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Oh, yes, I see. He’s sick… Poor Ralphie…

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Why aren’t I surprised?

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Of course he must stay in bed.

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What?

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In bed?

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What about Broadcast Day?

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Yes Dr. Tinelli… Thank you for calling… Bye!

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Is Ralphie staying home from school today,
Ms. Frizzle?

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Yes, I’m afraid so, Arnold.

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What are we going to do?-

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Why, we’re taking school to him, of course!
To the bus.

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Are we doing Broadcast Day from Ralphie’s
room, Ms. Frizzle?

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What better place to take chances? Make
mistakes?

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And it sure is messy…

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Ms. Frizzle, are you sure this visit isn’t a field
trip?

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What do you think, Arnold?

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I think Ralphie shouldn’t have stayed home
today.

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How can anything that smells like grape shoe
polish help my body get well?

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It will if you take one teaspoon three times a
day.

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And don’t forget to shake well before using.

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Like this?

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Even your jokes are sick. Open.

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Oh boy! I feel great! Mom, you are a miracle
doctor! Can I go to school now?

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Forget it, Ralphie. I’ve got to go see another
patient,

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but Grampa’s downstairs if you need anything.
I’ll check in later!

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If I get an idea, I still have time to phone it in.
That’s it! A phone in!

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Hi! We’re here.

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Hello, Ralphie! We’re here.

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I must be hallucinating! Maybe I’m sicker than l
thought…!

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Hi, Ralphie! How’re you doing?

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Gee, you look terrible.

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Don’t worry. I’ll have you camera-ready in no
time.

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Is it just me or is my entire class standing in
my room?

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Aren’t you glad to see us?

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We came to do Broadcast Day!

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Really? What a great idea!

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Now and then I do have them, Ralphie.

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Speaking of great ideas, what’s yours,
Ralphie?

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Mine? Oh, you mean for Broadcast Day!

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You’d better take it easy, Ralphie.

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Your body is telling you to s-l-o-w d-o-w-n.

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But Ms. Frizzle!! I can’t! We have a show to
do.

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What does my body know anyway?

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It knows a lot about the detection and rejection
of infection, Ralphie!

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Inside you, at this moment, there is action!

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Excitement! Adventure!

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Exactly what we need for our show!

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So, what’s your idea, Ralphie?

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Uhh…. Well…. Uhh.

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Oh, what’s going on with my body anyway?

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That’s an excellent question, Ralphie! Class,
everyone back to the bus!

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But, MS. FRlZZLE, we just got here.

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Single file please.

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Wait! Where are you going? You can’t go on
a field trip now.

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And I can’t do Broadcast Day all by myself. I’m
sick.

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Huh? Wait a minute.

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What’s going on?

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It was your idea, Ralphie.

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We’re here to get the inside story.

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Inside story? Inside what? What about
Broadcast Day?

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Think, Ralphie! Where’s all the action right
now?

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The action? Liz, what are you doing?

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Hang on a second! The action is all inside me!

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What a great idea…Broadcast day could be
about what’s going on inside ME??!!!

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Excellent, Ralphie. Roll tape!

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This…is FNN…Good afternoon, I’m Ralphie,

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and this…is the Frizzle News Network.

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Welcome to our live, on-the-scene coverage
of a natural disaster of major proportions!!!

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My poor, sick body!! Over to you, Keesha!

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Thanks, Ralphie. One disturbing question
remains unanswered at this hour:.

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what’s making Ralphie sick? The FNN News
Team hopes to find out…!

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And to do that, they will go straight to the
troubled zone — my sore throat.

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Seatbelts, everyone. Ralphie, say “Ahhh.”

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Cool, I’ve never seen that from the outside
before.

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The FNN News Team is nearing the disaster
area.

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In a moment…we will have live footage.

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see anything yet?

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Get a shot of those vocal cords, class!

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Look how red and swollen his throat is.

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No wonder it hurts!

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The question is, WHY is it red and swollen

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and WHY does it h-h-h

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Hey, where’d they go? Where’s the bus?

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Ralphie! Did you have to cough??!?

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Sorry… I couldn’t help it.

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At this rate, we’ll never get the inside story of
what’s making Ralphie sick.

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We’ve got to find another way in.

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It’s not as easy for us — or germs — to get
inside the body as you might think.

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Yeah, skin pretty much covers it.

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How are you going to get the inside story if you
can’t get inside?

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Wait a second! I’ve got it!!

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Look at this!!! Is it just me… or does this say,
‘This way in.’

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It’s a short cut! Get it? Short CUT??

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Carlos, yuck!!

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Excellent observation, Carlos!

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Seatbelts everyone!

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You saw it first on FNN News! Hey, you guys!

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The whole world wants to know…

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now that you’ve found a way in, how are you
going to get to my throat?

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Ralphie’s right, we are all the way down at the
knee!

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Let’s see if I can put you in the picture!

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As I always say, for every trip there’s a
roadmap.

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That’s Ralphie’s bloodstream!

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Could we travel through his bloodstream to get
to his throat?

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Absolutely, Dorothy Ann.

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We’ll take the trans-Ralphie highway system.
Here we go! Wahoo!

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This is Ralphie for FNN News.

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My entire class has just dived deep into my
cut. And it doesn’t even hurt!

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What are those?

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Those are tiny tiny blood vessels. They are all
part of the bloodstream.

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Ok……

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Head North, Ms. Frizzle.

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Is that my blood? But I thought blood was red.
That stuff is clear!

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That’s right, Ralphie! The liquid part of the
blood is clear.

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So what are those red things? Are they what
make blood look red?

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Outstanding deduction, Ralphie!

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According to my research, they’re called red
blood cells.

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And the white ones are white blood cells.

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But what are those jaggedy things?

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Those are platelets!

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They help the body heal scrapes and cuts.

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But we still don’t know what’s making me feel
sick.

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And boy do I feel sick!

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Ralphie, I’m home.

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There!

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Quick! Hide Liz!

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Hello, sweetheart. Feeling any better?

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Yeah…Fine…Great.

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It looks as if you’ve been busy…

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Just a, er, game I was playing!

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So, Mom, I think I’ll get some sleep now…

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Hey – what’s that you’re watching?

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What? This? It’s nothing…. just some movie.
You wouldn’t like it…

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I don’t know about that. It’s remarkably
realistic!

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Look – red blood cells! And those look just like
white blood cells!

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Naw! Are you kidding?? Those are just cheap
special effects!

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Look–you can even see the wires!

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We’re here!

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We are?

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We’re in Ralphie’s throat?

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There are a lot more white blood cells here!

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Where are they going?

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Looks like they’re after something.

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Follow the white blood cells!

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Sorry, Ralphie? What did you say?

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Me? Did I say something?

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Look! That truck thing is following the white
blood cells

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through the blood vessel wall to the place
where the infection is!

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Yes! They’re getting the inside story!

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Now that we’re in the throat tissue

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time for some on-the-spot reporting, up close
and personal.

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Keesha and Carlos–Camera One.

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The trick here is not to make eye contact…

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Phoebe and Arnold… You take Camera 2.

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I’m the one who should have stayed home
today…

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Way to go guys! Take chances! Get messy!
Get out there!

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Get the story!! Just don’t mention my name,
okay?

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Ralphie? Are you talking to yourself?

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Not exactly, Mom…

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and now over to Keesha and Carlos, live from
the throat…

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Ralphie! That little girl looks just like your
friend Wanda.

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Who? Her? No, no. Wanda’s much
shorter…

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Carlos here. We’re out here in the throat
tissues trying to find out what’s going on and…

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Hey! What’s that?

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Look at that, folks!

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Have we got us some action here! Those
yellow green balls are destroying that wall…

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What are those green things?

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Those are bacterial cells. They’re actually not
unlike the bacteria which are making you sick.

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THAT’S BACTERlA AND lT’S MAKlNG ME
SlCK?

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This just in, folks! That’s bacteria and it’s
making Ralphie sick!

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And, according to my research, bacteria are
germs.

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Once inside our bodies, they can make us
sick.

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Ralphie has a bacterial infection.

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This is it! The inside story — bacteria invade
throat!

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Is it just me, or did they say Ralphie?

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No, no, it says here this show’s about a guy
named… Alphie!

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Ix-nay on my ame-nay!

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The bacteria from Ralphie’s throat infection
are everywhere!

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And they’re destroying his throat cells.

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Look! Look! Here come some white blood
cells!

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Wow, it’s throwing stuff at the bacteria?

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That…that was incredible!! That white blood
cell just ATE THOSE BACTERlA!!!

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That huge battle is going on inside me?

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I mean inside Alphie.

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This battle is raging, who’s going to win!

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No wonder I’m sick.

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Arnold here. On location with the infection.

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I’m going to try to get an exclusive interview
with these two bacteria.

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I mean, four bacteria. I mean eight bacteria!

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Hey guys, they’re multiplying. Help!

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Bad news guys, the bacteria from the infection
are multiplying faster

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than the white blood cells can gobble them
up!!

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WE’RE LOSlNG!!!!!

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Let’s get out of here!!

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HOW COULD MY BODY LOSE???

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Ralphie, are you all right? I don’t think you
should be watching this.

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No!! I mean, please don’t turn it off, Mom. I
want to see how it ends.

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I’ll tape it for you downstairs.

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But you don’t understand…

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What I understand is that your body needs to
save its strength

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so it can use its energy to battle those
bacteria. You have to rest sweetheart.

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It’s not just me Ralphie.

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Any good doctor knows the best cure is
complete rest.

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Over to me, Dorothy Ann. Right now, the white
blood cells are losing!

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Certainly looks that way! Dorothy Ann.

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They need help! THEY NEED BACKUP
SUPPORT!

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Ralphie! Did you hear me? WHERE’S OUR
BACKUP SUPPORT??

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B-back-up support? Where do I get that?

232
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Not to worry, Ralphie. It’s already on its way.
Cue the medicine!

233
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Is that the medicine Mom gave me earlier?

234
00:16:56,240 –> 00:16:57,958
It sure is Ralphie.

235
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Look what it’s doing!!!

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It’s destroying more bacteria! The medicine is
giving the white blood cells another chance!

237
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And they’re throwing out even more of those
stick thing.

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Oh, those stick things are antibodies

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the white blood cells use them to mark the
bacteria.

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I hope this doesn’t mean what I think it means.

241
00:17:26,400 –> 00:17:30,109
Ralphie’s antibodies have marked the BUS as
bacteria.

242
00:17:30,200 –> 00:17:33,988
But we’re not bacteria – we’re Ralphie’s
friends!

243
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But his white blood cells are doing such a
good job!

244
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They now recognize us as enemies too.

245
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Enemies? But we know what white blood cells
do to enemies!

246
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That’s right, Arnold! They’ll try to destroy us!

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DESTROY US?

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Ah, the wonder of the human body!

249
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Ralphie! DO SOMETHlNG!

250
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RALPHlE! You’ve got to help us!!

251
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Ralphie! Help! Ralphie!

252
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Don’t worry, class!

253
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In order to destroy us, Ralphie’s white blood
cells will have to catch us first!

254
00:18:38,600 –> 00:18:40,795
But we’ve got to get out of Ralphie’s throat!

255
00:18:40,880 –> 00:18:46,193
Good thinking, Keesha! When the spot is
tight… hang a right!

256
00:18:59,720 –> 00:19:03,918
Broadcast Day! The story! Where is
everybody?

257
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Ms Frizzle here with an update on the Ralphie
story.

258
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To escape the white blood cells, we left
Ralphie’s throat

259
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and are now heading up his nasopharyngeal
passages.

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The what??

261
00:19:14,680 –> 00:19:19,231
According to my research, that means his
nose!

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We’re up Ralphie’s nose??!?

263
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EEWWW!!

264
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That’s the inside of my nose? Weird!

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Bless you.

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Of course, there’s no telling how long we’ll
have to stay here…

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or how long we CAN stay here…

268
00:19:38,120 –> 00:19:40,270
Liz — I’m trying to think here…

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I get it! I’ve got to sneeze them out.

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But I don’t feel like sneezing.

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Second floor, boy’s socks, going up!!

272
00:20:01,760 –> 00:20:03,398
Alright!

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Way to go, Ralphie.

274
00:20:06,560 –> 00:20:10,030
This is Keesha, still reporting to you live for
FNN.

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We are now back in Ralphie’s room.

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So, Ralphie, what do you have to say about
today’s amazing adventure?

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Well, I’m sorry that my body made such a
mess of it.

278
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Wait a minute! Do you really think your body’s
been working against you?

279
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Sure! And against you, too! You almost didn’t
get in, remember?

280
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Only because your body’s built to keep out
things like a bunch of germs

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or a bus full of kids.

282
00:20:37,840 –> 00:20:41,116
And my throat is so sore I can barely talk!

283
00:20:41,400 –> 00:20:45,359
Only because your body is sending extra blood
there to help fight the infection.

284
00:20:45,440 –> 00:20:50,878
Okay, but what about when you almost got
gobbled up by my white blood cells?

285
00:20:50,960 –> 00:20:53,474
Only because your body thought we were
bacteria.

286
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Your body was only trying to protect you.

287
00:20:56,320 –> 00:21:01,678
I guess you’re right. My body was just trying to
get rid of germs like you…!

288
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Come along class…

289
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Good old body…

290
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So that’s the inside story, isn’t it, Ms Frizzle?

291
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That’s the inside story, Ralphie. Pretty
amazing, don’t you think?

292
00:21:18,040 –> 00:21:22,636
Well, we may have won the battle, class, but
he’s still fighting the war…

293
00:21:25,560 –> 00:21:30,395
Hey guys, how’s this for a concept? “lnside
Ralphie! The Series.”

294
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Week one:, he gets the charlie horse. Week
two:. tennis elbow.

295
00:21:34,520 –> 00:21:38,877
Week three:, the final episode, athlete foot!

296
00:21:46,360 –> 00:21:47,588
Is it the magic school bus?

297
00:21:47,680 –> 00:21:51,958
Is it the magic school bus?

298
00:21:52,040 –> 00:21:53,109
Is it the magic school bus?

299
00:21:53,200 –> 00:21:54,155
Is it the magic school bus?

300
00:21:54,360 –> 00:21:55,759
Is it the magic school bus?

301
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stay tune with us and be a smart kid

302
00:22:04,200 –> 00:22:06,475
Sorry, Liz, but I can’t hear a thing!

303
00:22:08,160 –> 00:22:11,596
Liz! Your heart sounds like a telephone!

304
00:22:15,080 –> 00:22:15,796
Hello?

305
00:22:15,920 –> 00:22:18,070
Hello? Is this the Magic School Bus?

306
00:22:18,240 –> 00:22:20,800
Yes and you’re talking to the producer. Can l
help you?

307
00:22:21,200 –> 00:22:24,988
Yeah. What were those kids doing visiting
Ralphie when he was so sick and tired?

308
00:22:25,080 –> 00:22:27,310
Don’t worry, he wasn’t infectious

309
00:22:27,600 –> 00:22:28,919
Thanks for calling, bye!

310
00:22:33,760 –> 00:22:35,318
Hello? Magic School Bus..

311
00:22:35,400 –> 00:22:38,597
You know, Ralphie shouldn’t go around
picking scabs.

312
00:22:38,680 –> 00:22:41,592
If the Magic School Bus got in, so could
germs.

313
00:22:41,680 –> 00:22:45,593
Good point. Bandages like skin, are there to
keep germs out of your body.

314
00:22:45,720 –> 00:22:48,792
And bacteria aren’t the only things that can
make you sick —

315
00:22:49,240 –> 00:22:51,913
there are viruses, parasites, fungi and…

316
00:22:52,000 –> 00:22:54,833
Right! And some sickness isn’t caused by
infection

317
00:22:54,920 –> 00:22:57,195
but by the body’s own systems not working
right.

318
00:22:57,280 –> 00:22:58,679
Thanks for calling, bye!

319
00:23:04,640 –> 00:23:05,993
Hello? Magic School Bus.

320
00:23:06,400 –> 00:23:10,154
Well, I think somebody should say that
medicine can be dangerous

321
00:23:10,240 –> 00:23:13,710
and kids should never take medicines without
an adult in charge.

322
00:23:13,840 –> 00:23:15,319
You just did, thank you.

323
00:23:16,320 –> 00:23:17,878
Did Ralphie ever getting better?

324
00:23:18,000 –> 00:23:18,876
He sure did

325
00:23:18,960 –> 00:23:22,191
his body did a great job of getting rid of all
those germs

326
00:23:22,280 –> 00:23:24,714
and he got just as healthy as he was before.

327
00:23:24,800 –> 00:23:27,917
And they should also say that your body is
always trying to be healthy.

328
00:23:28,000 –> 00:23:31,834
You are absolutely right. And there’s a lot you
can do to help it out –

329
00:23:31,920 –> 00:23:36,550
I know – like eating properly, getting enough
sleep and exercising.

330
00:23:36,680 –> 00:23:39,114
Getting all your shots is another way to keep
healthy.

331
00:23:39,240 –> 00:23:42,949
Shots help your body be prepared for some of
the really tough germs

332
00:23:43,240 –> 00:23:46,198
I don’t like getting shots, they sometimes hurt.

333
00:23:46,280 –> 00:23:49,078
Me neither! But I also don’t like getting sick

334
00:23:49,200 –> 00:23:51,919
and I rather get a shot now, than get sick later.

335
00:23:52,040 –> 00:23:53,234
Me too I guess.

336
00:23:53,360 –> 00:23:55,430
Hey, is Ms Frizzle ever sick?

337
00:23:55,520 –> 00:24:00,640
No way! She takes good care of herself, gets
all of her shots and…

338
00:24:00,720 –> 00:24:02,358
she’s magic!

339
00:24:05,120 –> 00:24:06,269
THE END