神奇校车S1-10 Play Ball

2021年1月24日 作者 奇先生 0

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Okay. This is it. Tie game.

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Bottom of the ninth. Bases loaded.

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All you gotta do is slam the ball over the left
field fence…

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and win the seventh game of the World
Series!

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Ral…phie! Ral…phie! Ral…phie!

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Ralphie! Ralphie! Wake up! Ralphie, you’re
up.

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Oh right, Keesha. l knew that.

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Hey, Wanda! Where’s home plate?

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There isn’t one, Ralphie. Just pretend.

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Pretend?? Me??!!

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But l’ll have nothing to slide into when l hit a
home run!

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You’ll have nothing to hit, if you don’t let me
pitch.

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Oh, all right. l’ll pretend…

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Hey you guys! Check this out!

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l just found out the coolest thing!

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Psst, Liz. Come here.

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Dorothy Ann! Not now! l’m one swing away
from hitting my way into the record books.

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But you’ve got to see this! lt’ll change your
lives!!

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Whatever it is, it can’t be more important than
our baseball game.

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l just finished this book! ”A Child’s Garden of
Physics!

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l’m really happy for you DA.

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We can’t wait to hear the book report.

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But right now, l’ve got a game-winning homer
to hit…

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So if you could just get off the field.

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But Ralphie! You don’t understand!

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This book’s all about what gets things moving,
and what makes them stop!

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Forces! Friction! Pushes! Pulls!

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Forces?

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Friction?

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Pushes?

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Pulls?

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And as l always say, where there’s physics,
there’s a field trip!

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Listen! A force is just a push or a pull.

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lf you’re going to FORCE us to listen to this…

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You’re being kinda PUSHY, don’t you think?

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No, no, l’m talking about REAL force. Picture
this…

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There’s this big red sled sitting in the snow

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not going anywhere. But if somebody comes
along and gives it a push

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Who?

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lt doesn’t matter, Arnold. lf somebody comes
and–

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l need to know so l can complete my mental
picture.

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Yeah, me too!

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Okay, okay. How about–

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Napoleon!

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Fine. lf Napoleon comes along and gives the
sled a push,

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it’ll move! That’s a force!

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And it’ll keep moving on the slippery snow until
something stops it…

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Like the entire British army?

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No, like…some dirt!

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Things rubbing together cause a force called
FRlCTlON.

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The sled stops because of the friction of the
dirt against the runners.

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Friction slows down and stops nearly every
motion on earth!

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You stopped our game to tell us THAT?

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lsn’t that cool!

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Let us know when they make the movie, okay
DA!

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Very funny, you guys..

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Well, l think friction is fascinating!

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Well l think it’s…hey…

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Dorothy Ann! Wait!

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You know, that book does sound sort of cool..

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lt is! And look at this, Ralphie!!

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Page 97!

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Hey! lt’s a baseball field!

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But it would be impossible to play normal
baseball there! There’s no friction!

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You know, Dorothy Ann, this is one amazing
book.

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Flat. Sturdy. White and the right size.

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Gee, D.A…d’you think maybe l
could…BORROW it??

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Sure! But you have to promise to take care of
it!!

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A scout’s honor.

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You’re up, Ralphie.

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Thanks, D.A.!

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All aboard!

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Now? But… but, Ms. Frizzle

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we’re in the middle of the most important
competition in the history of sports.

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Just a delay of game, Ralphie.

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Delay of game? What for?

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Field trip delay! lt’s time to explore the
unknown!

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Be adventurous, brave and bold!

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Let’s go!

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Field trip!?

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Just so long as we don’t get blasted, roasted,
toasted, or eaten…l’m happy!!

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Don’t worry, Arnold. That’s not until next
week.

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Today we’re going to a baseball game!

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All right!

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This is so cool!

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A baseball game? That’s not new or different
or exciting…

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What!?!

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Let’s go someplace REALLY unusual…

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like that place l showed you, Ralphie!

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You know. Page 97? Show them…!

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yeah…well, uh…

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Ralphie! How could you?

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Well…you know, it was the right size

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and with the white cover and all, it made a
great home plate…

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Hey, it’s not like l RUlNED it!

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Please, Ms. Frizzle, can we get my book
before we go?

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No occasion for agitation, Dorothy Ann.

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We’ll not only get your book, we’ll keep
Ralphie happy, too…

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We will?

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Bus, do your stuff!

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Time to hit the books!

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Let me get the facts. Are we where l think we
are?

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Yes! Yes! We are.

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At my old school, the librarian never let us
drive in our books.

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Ms Frizzle!! Stop here! Please!

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Page 97!

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lt’s the page l was talking about! lt’s all about
a World Without Friction!!

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lt looks like the world of baseball to me! Come
on.

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Ralphie, watch out! The ground on that field’s
got NO FRlCTlON!

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l can’t stop…!

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Wow! lt’s Ralphie the runaway pinball!

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Yep, there’s no stopping him now.

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Without friction, how ARE we going to stop
him?!

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What would happen if something smashed
into him?

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Right, a force pushing the other way!!

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But what can we use? The only forces we can
control in there are…

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…us!!

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Take me out of the friction, where things just
slow to a stop…

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This way class.

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Something tells me l should have stayed home
today.

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Oh no, what should l do now!?

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l wonder what would happen if l tried to run…

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Not a good idea!!

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Oh boy, is this ever weird.

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l can’t…walk…l need something to push
against…

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like the friction of my feet against the ground!!

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These feet were made for friction!

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Forget walking, l just want to stand up.

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How about a force to get you going Dorothy
Ann?! Like a…push?

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Never fear, Ralphie!! A PUSH to the rescue!!

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There. l saved you.

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Saved me?? l was having a blast!!

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Hey, DA, looks like Ralphie gave you the push
off!

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That’s the last time l save HlM! Whoo!

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Whew…that was close…

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Look on the bright side, Arnold. No friction, no
grass stains.

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Okay, hit it Liz!

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Now what??

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Hello, sports fans! Welcome to the All Frizzle
Friction Free Baseball Classic!

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And what a beautifully frictionless day it is!

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Ms Frizzle, where did you learn to announce
like that?

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You’d be surprised what teachers do during
the summer break…

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but lets talk about the game, D.A.

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Oh yes. Well, folks, believe it or not,

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we’re coming to you live from inside my
textbook!!

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Our playing field today is slipperyer than ice
and slicker than spit.

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The ground out there has NO, we repeat, NO
FRlCTlON!

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Yessiree baseball fans,

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this could very well be this week’s Game of the
Century!

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On the mound is Wanda, one of the most
outstanding pitcher in the class..

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and master of the famed Bubblegum Ball…!

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You ready for this, Ralphie?

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Try me!

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First up is Ralphie, the most fearsome
four-foot hitter in the league!

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And there’s the pitch!

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And look at that, folks!! The force Wanda used
really got that ball going!

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and her pushed her way backwards!

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lt’s a swing and a miss!

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Sorry, Ms. Frizzle.

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a serious catcher-teacher hip check!!

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What is going on here?

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Another pitch…this one looks good..

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A hot grounder down the third base line!

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But, Dorothy Ann, what do you think has
happened to our batter…?

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This isn’t fu-uh-uh-unny!

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He’s spinning off to first!

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Yes! Yes! Ralphie is going for the double with
a spin-on-it!

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Oh dear…!

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Just look at that ball go folks!!

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That’s what happens when there’s no friction
from the ground to slow it down!!

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And look at Ralphie go!

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Oh no! Double play!

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Okay, l’ll play second.

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lt’s all yours!

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Coming through…!

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Then again, maybe l’ll back Tim up in center.

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Look out!

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ls this baseball or BASHBALL?

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Holy cow! Where have all the infielders
gone??

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Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh my sto-om-a-a-ach!

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Comin’ home!!

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And what a throw!! lt’s going to be close!!

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Will Ralphie remember that no friction means
NO SLOWlNG DOWN!?!

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Missed me!

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ls it just me, or are we going to collllliiiiiiiide!

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Do l look like home plate?

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lf you’re home plate, l must be…SAFE!

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l guess baseball isn’t exactly field trip
material–

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The lack-of-friction was the big pain!!

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Pain?? l can’t believe you failed to see the
wonder

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of a World Without Friction!

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l’d trade all the wonder in the world for box
seats–

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which we might’ve had if it weren’t been for
your goofy book!!

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Ms Frizzle?

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Yes, Dorothy Ann?

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l think we better call this game ”Too Lack of
Friction”.

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Game!! Hiddit’ again Liz.

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Grab on, class!!

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Oh yeah??

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Yeah!!

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Well sez you!!

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Sez you!!

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Sez you!!

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Yeah!!

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All right! lt’s the All Frizzle Friction Free
TUG-A-WAR!

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Then again…maybe not.

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Very good, Wanda!

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A PUSH is ONE force that can get us moving.
What’s the opposite?

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A pull?

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A PULL!!!

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Right.

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This is more like it.

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Thanks bus.

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Wait a sec…where is everybody??

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Grab on, you guys.

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Pull! Pull! Pull!

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Wow, you were right D.A. We had no idea
friction did so much!!

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Dorothy Ann, could l borrow that book when
Ralphie’s done with it?

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C’n l, too?

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Then me!!

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Wait a sec! No one GETS the book until we
get OUT of it!!

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He’s got a point.

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l guess so.

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To the bus!

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ls everyone seated?

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Yes, Ms Frizzle.

226
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Then let’s book it!!

227
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Uh oh, what was that?

228
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At my old school, we only pressed FLOWERS
in our books.

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Any suggestions class?

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Better gun it, Ms. Frizzle…

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Excellent idea, Wanda!

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Oh no!! The cover of the book is pushing down
on the bus

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too hard for the wheels to push us out!!!

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What???

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WE’RE STU UH UH UH UH…UH UH UCK!!!

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l can’t believe this!! We’re stuck in Dorothy
Ann’s book!!

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What’ll happen to us if we can’t get out?

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Guess we’ll be food for the BOOKworms.

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CARLOS!

240
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This is serious!

241
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l know, a real HEAVY situation.

242
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As l always say, those who are book bound

243
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should take a look around!

244
00:17:01,760 –> 00:17:03,796
Stay on the same page, please!

245
00:17:03,880 –> 00:17:05,871
Step on it, Liz!

246
00:17:09,880 –> 00:17:12,917
There’s not enough friction down here to push
the bus out!

247
00:17:13,200 –> 00:17:15,589
There’s too much friction up here!

248
00:17:16,040 –> 00:17:18,349
Okay, okay, where do we stand?

249
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Somewhere between page 96 and 97.

250
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CARLOS!

251
00:17:24,040 –> 00:17:26,429
Hey, just trying to lighten things up.

252
00:17:26,520 –> 00:17:28,078
Lighten things up, that’s it!

253
00:17:28,280 –> 00:17:30,794
We climb up on the roof and PUSH UP on the
book!

254
00:17:31,040 –> 00:17:34,350
Let me get the facts. You’re saying we should
hold up the book

255
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get in the bus and drive away?

256
00:17:36,760 –> 00:17:37,590
Yes!

257
00:17:37,840 –> 00:17:38,511
How?

258
00:17:38,720 –> 00:17:42,315
Good question, Arnold. Anyone have an
answer?

259
00:17:42,480 –> 00:17:45,119
DA, this is ALL YOUR FAULT!!

260
00:17:45,240 –> 00:17:48,550
Ralphie, you’re a genius!

261
00:17:48,680 –> 00:17:53,390
Look! The letters peel off the page! l HAVE A
PLAN!!

262
00:17:53,520 –> 00:17:55,795
We split into two teams, right?

263
00:17:55,920 –> 00:17:56,716
Right

264
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Ralphie’s team goes on the roof and pushes
up on the book…

265
00:18:00,880 –> 00:18:04,429
…while my team piles letters up under here to
hold the book up

266
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long enough for us to get out!

267
00:18:07,000 –> 00:18:08,274
Like this.

268
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Exactly.

269
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Let’s do it!

270
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Let-‘er rip!

271
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Carlos, take a letter!

272
00:18:20,000 –> 00:18:23,072
Excellent plan. But why doesn’t YOUR team
push up on the book

273
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while MY team piles the letters? Okay? Okay!

274
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Not okay!

275
00:18:26,760 –> 00:18:27,875
Yes okay!

276
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Not!

277
00:18:28,760 –> 00:18:29,476
Yes okay!

278
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Not!

279
00:18:30,600 –> 00:18:34,388
Um, D.A…what is it again that makes
everything stop??

280
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Friction…

281
00:18:35,720 –> 00:18:39,679
And if there’s a lot of it you can’t really get
anywhere, right, Ralphie?

282
00:18:39,800 –> 00:18:40,869
Yes…

283
00:18:41,040 –> 00:18:44,510
Well, l think there’s a little too MUCH friction
between you two.

284
00:18:44,640 –> 00:18:47,677
So if we’re ever going to get out of this book…

285
00:18:47,800 –> 00:18:50,598
We’d better get rid of the friction between us.

286
00:18:50,720 –> 00:18:51,516
Sorry.

287
00:18:51,640 –> 00:18:53,392
No, l’m sorry.

288
00:18:53,560 –> 00:18:55,755
Well, l’m even sorrier.

289
00:18:56,160 –> 00:18:57,798
No l’m sorrier…

290
00:18:57,960 –> 00:19:00,076
No l’m sorrier…

291
00:19:01,160 –> 00:19:04,311
And l’m sorrier than both of you.

292
00:19:04,600 –> 00:19:06,192
Ok, let’s do it!

293
00:19:10,000 –> 00:19:12,878
C’mon, we gotta make it!

294
00:19:13,000 –> 00:19:15,912
Almost there, we need some more words.

295
00:19:32,000 –> 00:19:35,515
Out of the book, and through the words, back
to class we go…

296
00:19:53,960 –> 00:19:55,871
An open and shut case!

297
00:19:56,120 –> 00:19:58,236
CARLOS!

298
00:19:59,600 –> 00:20:04,515
Hang on, Ralphie. Remember what happened
last time you jumped out of the bus like that…

299
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Never fear, there’s friction HERE!

300
00:20:09,680 –> 00:20:11,272
Good old friction!

301
00:20:19,160 –> 00:20:20,718
Hey there, friction fans!

302
00:20:20,800 –> 00:20:24,236
Welcome to the All Frizzle
Complete-With-Friction Baseball Classic!!

303
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Yessirree, it’s a bee-yootiful day here at
Frizzle Field

304
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and have we got a game for you!!

305
00:20:29,920 –> 00:20:31,956
The first up is our very own Dorothy Ann.

306
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l tell you, Keesha, if she hits the BALL as hard
as she hits the BOOKS

307
00:20:35,640 –> 00:20:37,358
waaattch out!

308
00:20:41,720 –> 00:20:44,632
Ohh! A tremendous hit, deep into center!

309
00:20:44,720 –> 00:20:48,395
Holy Cow! She exerted some kinda force on
that ball!!

310
00:20:48,560 –> 00:20:50,516
BUT can the left fielder, Carlos

311
00:20:50,600 –> 00:20:53,114
get to that ball and apply HlS force to stop it?

312
00:20:53,240 –> 00:20:56,232
No he can’t!! What a shot, folks!!

313
00:20:58,840 –> 00:21:03,960
But lucky for Carlos, the friction of the ball
against the grass has slowed it to a stop!!

314
00:21:04,120 –> 00:21:06,554
What WOULD we do without friction, folks?

315
00:21:08,600 –> 00:21:09,635
C’mon.

316
00:21:09,760 –> 00:21:13,958
And D.A. finds a friend in friction as she slides
home!

317
00:21:14,160 –> 00:21:17,232
The big question! ls she safe or out!?!

318
00:21:17,440 –> 00:21:20,716
l don’t know, Keesha, l can’t make out the
plate!!!

319
00:21:20,880 –> 00:21:22,996
That’s funny… neither can l…

320
00:21:23,120 –> 00:21:24,109
Where is it??

321
00:21:24,200 –> 00:21:25,599
l think it’s over there!

322
00:21:26,840 –> 00:21:29,559
DA was right…this book is GREAT!!

323
00:21:29,720 –> 00:21:34,714
As l always say, Ralphie, never judge a book
by its cover.

324
00:21:46,920 –> 00:21:48,114
ls it the magic school bus?

325
00:21:48,240 –> 00:21:49,355
ls it the magic school bus?

326
00:21:49,520 –> 00:21:52,193
ls it the magic school bus?

327
00:21:52,400 –> 00:21:53,469
ls it the magic school bus?

328
00:21:53,640 –> 00:21:54,629
ls it the magic school bus?

329
00:21:54,880 –> 00:21:56,279
ls it the magic school bus?

330
00:21:56,480 –> 00:22:00,439
stay tune with us and be a smart kid

331
00:22:16,240 –> 00:22:20,916
Hey, Liz. Another day, another—-caller.

332
00:22:21,040 –> 00:22:23,235
Now WHO could that be?

333
00:22:24,360 –> 00:22:26,715
Hello? magic school bus’s producer speaking.

334
00:22:26,800 –> 00:22:29,837
Hi, you know that textbook the bus and the
kids went inside?

335
00:22:29,960 –> 00:22:31,712
Wonderful book, isn’t it?

336
00:22:31,840 –> 00:22:34,035
Yeah, l’d like to know where l can get a copy.

337
00:22:34,160 –> 00:22:36,071
So you can visit a world without friction?

338
00:22:36,240 –> 00:22:37,912
Right. l already checked the library.

339
00:22:38,440 –> 00:22:39,395
Where did you look?

340
00:22:39,560 –> 00:22:41,437
ln the non-friction section, of course.

341
00:22:41,840 –> 00:22:44,593
Actually, you can find non-friction anywhere.

342
00:22:44,720 –> 00:22:47,359
But here on earth, l thought friction was the
only game in town.

343
00:22:47,760 –> 00:22:52,276
lt is, but you’d be surprised how many ways
we can give friction the slip.

344
00:22:52,440 –> 00:22:54,078
You mean, like sliding down a slide?

345
00:22:54,240 –> 00:22:57,596
Yes, very little friction, but lots of fun.

346
00:22:57,680 –> 00:22:58,874
Or playing shuffleboard.

347
00:23:03,280 –> 00:23:04,759
Oh wait, of course.

348
00:23:06,800 –> 00:23:10,315
lce skating. She shoots! She scores!

349
00:23:12,960 –> 00:23:14,029
Snow skiing?

350
00:23:14,920 –> 00:23:16,399
and more skiing.

351
00:23:16,720 –> 00:23:17,755
Snow swimming.

352
00:23:18,840 –> 00:23:19,795
Skate boarding.

353
00:23:22,600 –> 00:23:24,477
Oh! And don’t forget, log rolling.

354
00:23:27,240 –> 00:23:28,593
Very non-frictional.

355
00:23:29,080 –> 00:23:32,709
So friction is all around us, but sometimes
there’s just less of it.

356
00:23:33,200 –> 00:23:34,189
Exactly

357
00:23:34,360 –> 00:23:36,954
And sometimes a lack of friction can surprise
you.

358
00:23:37,120 –> 00:23:40,556
Yes, l suppose it could surprise
Yoooooooowhhaaaaaa!!

359
00:23:43,080 –> 00:23:46,390
Thanks! Non-friction is my favorite.

360
00:23:49,560 –> 00:23:53,758
Sometimes working on this show is stranger
than friction.

361
00:24:05,680 –> 00:24:06,908
THE END