神奇校车S109 Gets Ready, Set, Dough

2021年1月24日 作者 奇先生 0

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Let’s see…the plangdabber’s connected to the
dinplonker…

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the blagblatter’s connected to the katiebator…

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This always happens.

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The shrinker-scope breaks the second the
warranty runs out…

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Oh bus!

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What am l going to do with you?

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Okay. Ready for a rehearsal?

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She’s gonna love it!!

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A one and a two…

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SURPRlSE!

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Yes!

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Something’s missing…l know it…

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My chemistry experiment. lt’s almost done.

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Your homework?? At a time like this??

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l’m mixing three things together – water, sand
and cement…

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to get something new…concrete!!

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That’s what missing…

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Cake!!!!

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l can’t believe it!! We forgot the cake!!

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How can we throw a birthday party for Ms.
Frizzle, without a cake!!

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What a disaster

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Oh well…

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Good morning, class.

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Good morning, Ms. Frizzle.

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Oh. l see you’ve heard the news.

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l’m disappointed too. The bus is acting
up…so…today’s field trip is cancelled.

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Oh no!! Not the chemistry trip!!

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That’s okay, Ms. Frizzle. We’ll get over it.

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lt was all arranged.

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We were going to the bakery…

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Bakery…

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A bakery?? What’s that got to do with
chemistry??

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Baking is chemistry, Ralphie. lt’s like my
cement experiment–

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mixing parts together to make something new,
only tastier…

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A bakery is really just a small chemical plant.

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Except it’s a plant where they make…cakes!!!

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Gee, Ms. Frizzle, you know

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we’ve all been looking forward to this
chemistry field trip for months…

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We have??

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Oh yeah. We have.

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And, well…l don’t think any of us

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would think our education was complete
without a trip to a bak—…ah, chemical plant…

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Why…Carlos…

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Does everyone feel this way?

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Well, l’m not one to stand in the way of taking
chances,

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making mistakes, and getting messy!!

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Bus problems or no bus problems, To the
bakery!!

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Yessss!!!

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Oh, no.

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Now, bus, that wasn’t so difficult, was it?

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Maybe it was…

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Great. How’re we supposed to get a cake
when we’re this size???

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And how’re we supposed to even get in
there??

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Can’t let a tiny bit shrinkage spoil our fun, now
can we Liz?

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Well, l guess that answers my question…

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Bus. Bus.

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Yes, honey. We’re going to take the bus
home.

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All gone.

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Maybe it’s a problem with the iotascope. Or
perhaps the enormomometer…

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Liz. Not one of these cakes is chocolate! And
that’s her favorite.

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Besides…we’re too small to buy one anyway.

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What’ll we do?

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Well…we could make one…

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Are you serious??

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Get real!

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All right!! A full-scale chemistry experiment!!

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But how will we do it without Ms. Frizzle
seeing?

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We’ll just have to get her out of the bakery…

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But a teacher never abandons her bus.

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Ms Frizzle?…You know how the
shrinker-scope is acting up?

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Could be the shrinker-scope. Might also be the
mesmerglobber. But yes, Carlos?

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Well, there’s this a great auto parts store right
next door, see, and…

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Carlos, what a good idea!

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lt worked…!

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Liz, you’re in charge!

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You’re joking!?

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See you laterrrrrrrrrrrrr…

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Bye, bye.

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C’mon, liz, let’s go.

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Blistering bagels!! Moths?? ln my kitchen??!!

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Quick! Set ‘er down over there, Liz!!

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Where did it go???

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l’ll be back, l shall returrnnn…

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Phew! That was close!

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Come on, we have work to do!

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We are about to combine a few parts into a
magnificent new whole:

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the finest birthday cake ever!!…

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Okay! The first thing we have to do is gather
and measure the ingredients…

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Ralphie: get two eggs! Tim and Wanda: a cup
of sugar and lots of flour!

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Liz: a teaspoon each of salt and cream of
tartar!

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Keesha: milk and lots of it!

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Phoebe: butter! Arnold: baking soda.

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And Dorothy Ann, you guard the door

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and make sure Ms. Frizzle doesn’t come back
too soon!!

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Now what about me? Guess l’m stuck getting
the chocolate!

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EGGS-actly the ingredient l was looking for.

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And-a one. A-two. Aaaaaand…THREE!

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l am the King of Soda!!

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Arnold!! Youyouyouyou….

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You what, D.A…?

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You amazing chemist!!! You look at that stuff
fizz!!

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The vinegar spilled into the baking soda.

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l wonder what would happen if l used this…

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Perfect

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Mmmm, definitely sugar – my favorite
ingredient!

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This won’t be easy.

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Thanks, Ralphie!

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Oh, Phoebe, at your old school you were never
such a butterfingers!

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Gotcha.

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Now, we’ve got all the ingredients to make a
cake except the eggs. Where’s Ralphie?

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TOUCHDOWN!

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Yes!!

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Amazing!! Now what happens if l mix a LOT of
vinegar with a little bit of baking soda?

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You don’t know ’til you try, Dorothy Ann!!

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Ms. Frizzle…you’re, uh…back!!

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Unfortunately, the mechanic over there doesn’t
know a dwangflommer from a plonthoister.

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So l’d thought l’d pop back and see how
everyone’s doing…

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say, Ms. Frizzle. How’d you like to help me
with a little experiment…?

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Excellent idea.

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A little bit more… keep going…

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Man!! This is tough when you’re half the size
of a hot dog!!

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Could be worse, Arnold…

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l don’t see how…

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Now l do…

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Oh noooooooooo, we shrunk…

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Man-o-man-o-man-o-man…

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What to do, what to do…

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Look at us!

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l guess this is what happens when you travel
with faulty equipment.

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Wait!! l’ve got an idea!! Be right back!!

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Swell. Now what do we do?

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Hey! Look at this!

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Wow! Where’d you find those great building
blocks?

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These aren’t building blocks..Catch!

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Hey, this is salt!

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Hey, everybody! l found a DlAMOND! Check
out the glimmering surface…

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Here’s another diamond!

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And another one!

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We’re going to be RlCH!

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Not rich–sweet! This is SUGAR!

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So this is what sugar looks like close up.

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See how the sides make a pattern.

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Things that looked alike when we were
big..look different now that we’re small!

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Let’s go you guys! We gotta finish it before the
baker catches us!

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Some salt.

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Here comes some sugar.

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Shimmerin’ shortbreads!

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Now, some flour.

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We can’t use this flour–it’s got something in it!

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No it doesn’t. This is what flour looks like
close up.

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Even flour is made up of different parts.

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l…l couldn’t have seen what l thought l
saw…Holy hotdog bun!!

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Now that’s what l call flour power!

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And now for the best ingredient of them all!

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Chocolate! Yummy!

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Hey!! Mixing in the chocolate makes it a new
colour!

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Sure it does, Keesha.

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but check out how you can still see which bits
are chocolate and which ones aren’t!!

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Now we need the wet stuff! Hang on,
everyone!

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At least milk still looks like milk.

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Sufferin’ sweetrolls!! lt must be those blasted
moths!!

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Operator?? Get me Smug Bug Pest Control!!
And hurry!!

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And now for a real eggs-periment! Eggs away!

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Yes!! Pouring the milk, that’s correct!!

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And now they’re…carrying eggs.

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Whaddyou mean you’ve never seen that
behaviour in moths before??

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Oh yeah? Well, same to you!!

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Salt, sugar, flour, cream of tartar, milk, butter,
eggs, chocolate…aaaaaand….

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baking soda! Hit it, Liz!

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So…Ms. Frizzle…

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is this amazing chemistry or what???

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You bet, D.A…

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But maybe l should check on the rest of the
class now…

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Oh no!! The Friz is back!!

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Come on, come on, come on, DA!! Think of
something!!

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Come on, come on, come on, DA. Think!

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Hey!! Ms. Frizzle! What would happen

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if l put a whole bunch of baking soda into a
bottle with the vinegar??

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There’s only one way to find out!!

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What a mess!

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lt’s a chemical reaction

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The balloon!

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and a real beauty, too!

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No kidding!!

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Baking soda and vinegar mixed together made
something new.

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A gas that pushes out the sides of the balloon!

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Just like filling a tire with air!!

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Dorothy Ann! That reminds me!!

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The bus needs new tires!! l wonder how much
that’ll be?

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l better go check, thanks for reminding me!!

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Yesss!! Way to go DA!!

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No, l am not crazy.

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Perhaps my establishment just happens to
attract a higher breed of moth, that’s all!!

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lf you want anything done right, you have to do
it yourself…

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Now, the next step is to mix all the ingredients
together.

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Whew! That’s gonna take some monster
beaters!

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Good idea, Ralphie!

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EGG BEATERS!

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Everything’s getting mixed together.

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Yeah, and one more ingredient’s getting
added.

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What’s that?

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Air!! The beaters are forcing AlR into the mix.

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All the parts are combining into one new thing.

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lt’s called cake batter!

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But if Ms. Frizzle asks, it’s —

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CHEMlSTRY!!

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Cooks and chemists are a lot alike. Both
measure out ingredients…

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and mix them together..to make something
new!

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The only difference is… l get to taste mine!

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Hear that???

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He’s gonna see us??

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Yummy. But when did l make this??

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Maybe…that moth…

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l am going crazy…

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What’s happening?

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Why is it suddenly getting so hot?

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Maybe it’s because the floor is on fire.

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l am pleased to announce the addition of the
last ingredient – HEAT!

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Carlos! Do you mean to say…

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Yes! WE’RE lN THE OVEN! And that
means…

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…WE’RE GETTlNG BAKED!!

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Help!!!

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Wait a second here.

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lf my facts are straight–we’re stuck in a cake
baking in an intensely hot oven!!!

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At my old school, we never got baked…except
that time the air conditioning went…

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We’re toast…!!

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Well, technically no, but you’ve got the right
idea…

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is it just me…or is that the Tin Man from ”The
Wizard of Oz”??

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Maybe we should ask Toto, here…

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Phew! Warm one today.

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MS. FRlZZLE?

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Feels like somebody forgot to put up the
heat-shield.

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Much better!

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Oh, good.

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Thanks, Ms. Frizzle.

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As l always say, if you can’t stand the heat —
get out of the oven.

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Yeah, but how?

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Hey, look! The batter’s moving!

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According to my research, the baking soda is
making bubbles!!

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Whoa! Now what?

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The batter’s not the only thing getting pushed
around…!

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What’s that noise?

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lt’s steam!

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Excellent observations! lt’s so hot that the
water in the batter is vaporizing,

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making more and bigger bubbles.

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The batter is starting to look kind of solid.

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The cake, it’s done!

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Ah, the sweet smell of parts combining into a
new and magnificent whole!

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Now…l wonder if the baker is making this cake
with a special customer in mind…

249
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Oh no. We’re going to have our cake and be
EATEN too!

250
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No digressions for indigestion, Arnold. We
just…

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Oh well, as l always say, the more mixup
things are, the better the solution.

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We’re doomed!

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Wait!! l’ve got it! ls there any baking soda left?

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Plenty…

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Vinegar?

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Hmmm. Red, tarragon, or regular white??

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Uhhh…regular white is fine…

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What are you doing DA?

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Yeah. we gotta get outta here!

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Well, Baking soda plus vinegar equals…

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…the gas pressure we need to push us out of
here!

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Dorothy Ann, you are one brilliant chemist!

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Gee, thanks.

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Come on you guys, hurry.

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Yesss

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Hooray!

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We made it!

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We’re out!

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And stay out!!!

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Finally!! All fixed. Who’d’ve guessed?? lt was
the hinkleblammenjammenflappe–

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Surprise!!!!

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Why…class…this is wonderful…l don’t know
what to say…

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That’s not all, Ms. Frizzle…we still have the big
finale!!

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A big finale?? What could that be??

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Ready, Arnold…?

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You bet…

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Class!! Where did you ever get such a lovely
cake…??

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You wouldn’t believe us if we told you…

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The baker just gave it to us…said it was
ruined…something about a moth…

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But, frankly, we didn’t believe him…

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As l always say: chemistry, it’s a piece o’
cake!!

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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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Finally!! All my baking!! Done for the day!!

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Wow. ls this the bakery where they filmed that
‘Magic Schoolbus’ show?

291
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Yes, yes of course!! l was brilliant in it!!

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A remarkable tenor, that’s whatthe Frizzle
Opera Review said…

293
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Those look good.

294
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l bet you a donut l can tell you some crucial
information missing from the show…

295
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What?? lmpossible!! You insult me!! You’re
on…

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lt was–

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WAlT!! Was it that Dorothy Ann is a little
young to be doing those experiments??

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Not really. Ms. Frizzle was there,

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and everyone knows you need a grown-up
around

300
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when you’re doing chemistry experiments. And
she was wearing goggles.

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Ha!! Then l’ll bet you two donuts…

302
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Sure!! lt was–

303
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–WAlT!! Was it that some people think
chemicals are bad for them?

304
00:23:06,680 –> 00:23:10,150
No – some chemicals are good. lt depends on
what you use them for.

305
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Okay…three donuts, then…

306
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Okay!! lt was–

307
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WAlT!! Was it though we said things are
made out of parts

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we never said what the parts are made of???

309
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No. l already knew they’re made of smaller
parts called atoms.

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And atoms are made of even smaller parts.
And so on and so on. lt was–

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WAlT!!

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Maybe you think things like salt

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and sugar don’t really look like building blocks
and diamonds.

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They do under a microscope… l love looking
through microscopes.

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l think you’re bluffing. l’ll bet you every donut in
this store you

316
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you can’t tell me what information was
missing…

317
00:23:48,520 –> 00:23:51,034
You never said how old Ms. Frizzle is…

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Leapin’ ladyfingers!!…

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THE END