神奇校车S104 Get Eaten字幕

2021年1月23日 作者 奇先生 0

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Hey�� Ralphie! Wait for me!

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Wanda�� l can’t move!

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Push!

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Yes!

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How’s it going�� Liz?

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Aren’t you excited? The Friz is taking us to the
beach today!

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Don’t forget�� we can’t go until after our reports.

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Then let’s keep the reports short�� D.A.

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Yep…where there’s a will�� there’s a wave!!

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We brought sand and a crab shell for our
two-beach-things-that-go-together report

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didn’t we Carlos?

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Whoa! A humongous wave at ten o’clock!

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See? Crabs dig in the sand… So�� crabs and
sand go together.

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Wipe out!!!

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What did you bring�� Ralphie?

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Hello�� everyone!

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Hi ya’ guys!

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Phoebe�� Phoebe�� did you bring the dune
grass?

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Ralphie�� have l ever let you down?

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Did you bring the sun?

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Actually�� l couldn’t fit it in my knapsack…But l
did bring this…

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The sun in all its glory.

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At my old school�� we weren’t allowed to bring
the sun to class.

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How ’bout you Tim?

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Check it out.

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A stunning portrait of the rock to go with
Wanda’s mussel.

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You DlD bring the mussel�� didn’t you Wanda?

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Ta-da! One mussel to go with Tim’s rock.

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l named him Gussel the Mussel. Gus�� for
short.

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Who’s Gusfer Short?

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Hi�� Keesha! Gus is the mussel l brought for
the two-beach-things-that-go-together report!

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See?

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Oh no! Oh help! Oh bad! Oh bad bad! Oh
bad bad bad bad bad bad!

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Something wrong?

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l totally forgot about the report!

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You did?!?

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You didn’t bring anything?!?

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Just my swimsuit and a towel and…a tuna fish
sandwich.

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Uh-oh…!

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What’s wrong with that? l LOVE tuna
sandwiches!

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Listen. Don’t panic yet. Who’s your partner?

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Arnold.

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Don’t worry! Arnold LlKES reports. He
probably did the whole thing himself.

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Where is Arnold anyway?

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Arnold!

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Hi�� guys.

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Yuck! What happened to your shoe?

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l was running�� and l sort of stepped into the
pond near our house…

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And you were running because you were in a
hurry because you couldn’t wait to show me

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what you did for our
two-beach-things-that-go-together report��

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right?

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Wrong! l KNEW l forgot something!

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You mean you didn’t bring anything either?

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Just my bathing suit and a towel.

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AND the scum on your shoe!

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Scum and a tuna fish sandwich! DA�� why
didn’t we think of that?

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But do scum and a tuna fish sandwich go
together?

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Hey�� maybe they do.

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Thinkthinkthink-thinkthink. No…

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Oh great! Not only do l get slimed by pond
scum…but l forget my report!

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l knew l should have stayed home today.

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We can’t just give up�� Arnold!!

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We have to work with what we’ve got!!

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But Keesha..

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Good morning�� class!

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Good morning�� Ms Frizzle!

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We have an exciting day ahead of us�� haven’t
we?

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Hang ten�� you guys!

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Maybe she’ll forget the reports…

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And the first thing on the agenda is

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your two-beach-things-that-go-together
reports!

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Then again�� maybe she won’t…

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Let’s start with…

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Ralphie and Phoebe!

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Why the Sun and Dune Grass Go Together.
By us. All rights reserved.

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Dune grass�� like other plants�� uses the energy
from the sun to make its own food.

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No sun…no dune grass?

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No sun…No nothing!

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Oh�� Keesha and Arnold! Why don’t you go
next?

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Yes�� well…We brought this…umm…nutritious
tuna fish sandwich!

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And this delightful green scum!

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You did?

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Why�� that is absolutely fantastic!

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lt is?

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So tell us

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what the connection is between delightful
green scum

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and a nutritious tuna fish sandwich.

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They both have….umm.

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Adjectives?!…

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Ohh�� hold that thought. lt’s time to go to the
beach.

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But don’t worry�� we’ll finish your report when
we get back.

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Line up by the door�� please!

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Saved by the bell!

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Yeah – l never thought l’d be GLAD to go on a
field trip…

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For once��a nice peaceful day at the beach!

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Forget it�� Arnold! Everyone else will have a
wonderful time

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but we’ve got work to do. Now�� concentrate.

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How does your scum go with my sandwich?

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You know�� class�� this trip just might give you
the answer you’re looking for…

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l wonder if she knows we don’t know!

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She knows everything.

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Well�� not exactly everything…

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lt’s your job as scientists to look for
connections…

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Connections? You mean how things go
together?

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Exactly.

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We’re here! Everybody out!

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There’s dune grass!

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With the sun beaming down on it!

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And here’s a rock…

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…covered with Gus’s family! Look at them
all…

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lt’s a regular MUSSEL beach…

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CARLOS!

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And here’s a crab burrowing into the sand!

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Look! Up there!

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That’s a gull�� isn’t it? l wonder what it’s doing.

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Wow! lt just ate that crab!

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Mmm…The beach air is making me hungry…

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Hmm…Everyone else’s reports seem so
obvious…

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Arnold! You’re eating our report!

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Oh sorry. l forgot…

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Arnold�� we’ve got to figure out the connection
between my sandwich and your scum.

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Ready to explore this environment in a bit
more depth?

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Now?

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But we just got here.

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Uh oh! l’m getting that old field trip feeling
again.

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C’mon�� Arnold. l know we can figure it out if
we try.

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Seatbelts�� everyone! H2O here we go!

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How refreshing!

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Anchors away�� my class. Anchors away!
…Think�� Arnold�� think!

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l can’t! l hate it when my socks get wet. Can l
have my shoe back?

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No way! We need it for our report!

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Oooh! Look! There’s some seaweed!

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What are those? They’re beautiful!

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Those are sea urchins�� Tim. They eat
seaweed.

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And sea otters eat them!

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Do you really think they otter…?

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Bad�� Carlos.

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Are you looking�� Arnold�� …what do you see
down there?

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Well�� l’m trying hard to look for connections��
just as you said…

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… but l can’t see past all that green stuff.

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Yuck! lt’s gone all scummy!

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Did you say scummy?

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That’s it! Look! Keesha! Scum!

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This scum is called phytoplankton.

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Phytoplankton

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Phytoplankton!

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Phy-to-plankton!!!

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Yes�� little tiny plants.

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Wait a second. Does that mean the scum on
Arnold’s shoe

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is some kind of phytoplankton…

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Here�� care to try this marvelous
megamagnifier�� maybe?

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Seascum…

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Shoe scum…

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Not exactly the same�� but not far off…

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What do you think�� Keesha? Should we take a
closer look?

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Sure�� why not!

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No�� Keesha! You don’t know what you’re
saying.

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l know that tone of voice! lt means something
weird is about to…

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Did we just shrink?

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We did! We are now as tiny as phytoplankton.

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And that’s seriously tiny!

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Class�� you will notice that the bus

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is equipping each of us

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with a specially-designed underwater
breathing mask…

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So! Get messy! Make mistakes! Get out
there and explore!

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l’ll go first!

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This is so cool!

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…and so wet…!

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And remember�� look for connections.

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Got it…

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l don’t get it.

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How’re we supposed to find a tuna fish
sandwich in the middle of the ocean

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when we’re the size of phytoplankton??!

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Who knows? Maybe there’s teeny-tiny
phytoplankton-operated sandwich stands…

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And to think that when we’re big�� all this just
looks like green scum.

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Amazing�� isn’t it?

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Arnold? What are you doing?

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Who�� me?

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Arnold! We have to figure out what all this has
got to do with my tuna fish sandwich!

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And we have to figure it out now!

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Hey�� Keesha! Look at meeeeeeee!

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ls it my imagination�� or do they look hungry?

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Run?

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lt’s not just you�� Ralphie. These bigger
creatures are eating the phytoplankton.

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So�� as l always say�� it’s better to be in the
bus…

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…than to be in something else.

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Nature never ceases to amaze me.

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Whew! We were nearly lunch at first sight!

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Just your average day at the beach — with the
Friz.

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Okay�� bus! Do your stuff!

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Congratulations! We are now the size of
zooplankton.

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Zooplankton? l wonder if that’s what just tried
to eat us…

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Very good�� Keesha! Zooplankton eat
phytoplankton!

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Zooplankton are tiny animals that live in the
water.

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This way class�� we’ve got to take chances!
Get Messy!

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Get eaten.

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And don’t forget to look for connections!

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But Ms Frizzle�� this is a big ocean!

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l’ll never find a connection between scum and
a tuna fish sandwich!

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Of course you will�� Keesha. Stay with your
partner.

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But…

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Hey�� Keesha! We thought phytoplankton
looked weird. Get a load of these guys!

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They are not guys�� Carlos. They’re
zooplankton.

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There don’t seem to be as many of them as
there were of the phytoplankton.

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Good observation�� Tim. What else do you
see? Anyone?

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Th-th-those giant things!

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Very good�� Phoebe. Those giant things are
anchovies! They’re a kind of fish.

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Anchovies?!

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You mean the salty things my dad puts on his
pizza when he doesn’t want me to eat it?

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You may not like anchovies�� Ralphie…but they
might like you!

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l wonder if that’s because we’re the size of
zooplankton.

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Keesha’s right�� class. As you can see��
anchovies eat zooplankton.

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Can anyone guess where this is leading?

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To lunch?

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Precisely. All right�� everyone! Back in the
bus!

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Ready�� bus?

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Well done!

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We are now the size of an anchovy! l suggest
we stay in the bus while we have our lunch.

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But there’s so much to see out there!

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Excellent observation�� Wanda!

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At my old school�� we always had to stay in the
bus if we ate lunch in the ocean.

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Since we can’t eat our report�� do you want
some organic potato chips?

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No thanks. l had some phytoplankton earlier.

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You did?!?

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Listen�� Arnold�� time is running out�� and we
don’t have our report yet.

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Scum – tuna fish sandwich. Scum- tuna fish
sandwich.

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What’s in a tuna fish sandwich�� anyway?

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Mayonnaise�� tuna fish�� maybe a little vinegar��
maybe some chopped celery…

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Did you say tuna FlSH!?!

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yeah…

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Arnold�� you may accidentally be a genius?

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What does a tuna fish look like?

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l don’t know. l never saw one without
mayonnaise.

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DA�� quick! There’s got to be a picture of a
tuna fish in one of your books!

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Here! An albacore tuna!

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l’ve got it! l’ve got the connection!

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What eats phytoplankton? Zooplankton!

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And what eats zooplankton? Little fish like
anchovies!

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And what eats little fish like anchovies?

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TUNA FlSH!!!

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l knew l should have stayed home today.

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Class�� we are now inside an albacore tuna!

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Cheer up�� Arnold! We’re off the hook!

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We know how your scum and my tuna fish
sandwich are connected!

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Ya know�� it’s a tuna eat scum world out there…

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No�� no�� no�� listen: Tuna don’t eat scum…Scum
gets eaten by zooplankton

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which get eaten by little fish like anchovies
which get eaten by tuna!

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Our report’s in the bag…

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…but the bag’s in a tuna’s tummy.

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Who knows what you call something that’s
connected – linked together?

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You mean like a chain?

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Very good�� Tim. Tuna are linked to
phytoplankton by what they eat.

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Tuna and phytoplankton belong to the same
food chain!

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Food chain! A chain of food! l could get into
that!

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Me�� too! Phytoplankton�� zooplankton�� fish and
people�� too.

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We’re all in a foodchain — scum�� this fish and
you!

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Humans are usually at the very top of the
foodchain

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but for once�� we’re actually lNSlDE it! Hmm…

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We are also in the perfect position to study a
tuna’s digestive system!

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What?

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Now?

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Ms. Frizzle…do you think we could go back to
school now?

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Arnold and l need to do our report!

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Well…if you insist�� Keesha.

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l guess we could leave the tuna’s digestive
system for another day…

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Whew�� Way to go�� Arnold!

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Close one.

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Yes… very good…

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Okay�� class. Take your seats. Here…
we…GO!!!!

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Heeeellllpppp!!!!

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Nope. Already have a bus.

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LOOK OUT!

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This is it�� Ralphie! The wave of our dreams!

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When we get back to the classroom�� we will
discuss our observations! Surfs up.

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Arnold�� do you observe what l observe?

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She’s hanging ten!

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There really lS more to Ms Frizzle than meets
the eye…

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–so�� to wrap up our report��

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allow us to show you the artwork we’ve
commissioned…an original ‘Tim’!

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Here we have our recent experience…the
ocean food chain…lt works like this…

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Scum�� or phytoplankton�� are eaten by
zooplankton

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which are eaten by small fish like anchovies
which are eaten by big fish

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like tuna!

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lt’s so ef-fish-ent…

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CARLOS!

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And this class�� is a land food chain.

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Yeah�� a mouse eats grass seed…

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A snake eats the mouse…

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And the hawk eats the snake.

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The hawk is at the TOP of this food chain.
What’s at the bottom?

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Grass

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So what’s at the bottom of the ocean food
chain?

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Phytoplankton!

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And what do phytoplankton and grass have in
common?

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You step on them both!

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Arnold

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They’re both plants!

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Hey! Wait a minute! Do all food chains begin
with plants??

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Yes! They do!!! Each and every one of them.

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Well�� if scum and a tuna fish sandwich are
connected��

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l guess just about everything must be
connected somehow�� huh?

301
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Hey! Where’s my shoe?

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Nature never ceases to amaze me…

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As l always say�� if the shoe’s clean�� wear it.

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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stay tune with us and be a smart kid

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Hello.

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Hi. ls this Big L’s Total Pig-Out Emporium?

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l’d like to order a toasted ‘Big L special’ with–

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–Whoa…wait a second. Wrong number. This
is the Magic School Bus show…

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No way! l was just watching it!!

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00:22:24,640 –> 00:22:28,713
That’s why l was so hungry!! Maybe you can
clear up a few things for me…

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l’ll try…

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People are on the top of the food chain�� right?

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except l don’t eat just tuna–l eat lots of things!

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So am l on top of lots of food chains?

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You are!

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So what do you call a lot of chains put together

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a pile? Am l at the top of a food pile?

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00:22:45,040 –> 00:22:49,192
Actually�� a lot of different chains mixed
together are called a food web.

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l get it! So if things are connected in a chain��

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what if something happens to one part of the
chain?

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00:22:55,760 –> 00:22:59,514
Well�� it will make something happen to
everything else in the chain. lt’s all connected.

328
00:22:59,800 –> 00:23:03,713
Okay. But you know�� it’s NOT true that all food
chains start with plants.

329
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l read about some plants and animals living
deep in the ocean

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that get their energy from chemicals.

331
00:23:09,320 –> 00:23:11,276
Yes�� but they’re weird.

332
00:23:11,520 –> 00:23:16,548
Weird? You say THEY’RE weird? Since
when does a tuna eat a school bus?

333
00:23:17,000 –> 00:23:20,993
lt could if the bus were small enough and
looked like a delicious anchovy…

334
00:23:21,200 –> 00:23:25,796
Yes�� but you and l both know school buses
don’t shrink. And they don’t go in the ocean.

335
00:23:26,120 –> 00:23:30,272
MAGlC school buses do. Being magic can
make all the difference.

336
00:23:30,440 –> 00:23:32,795
And Ms. Frizzle must be magic!!

337
00:23:34,080 –> 00:23:35,035
Why do you say that?

338
00:23:35,160 –> 00:23:38,789
‘Cause somehow she can hang ten between
math lessons and report-marking!!

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00:23:38,960 –> 00:23:41,269
Mmm. l guess you’re right.

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00:23:41,600 –> 00:23:43,591
Thanks for calling�� bye.

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00:23:50,360 –> 00:23:52,954
Why�� thank you�� Liz! lt looks del–

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Sorry

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THE END