神奇校车S1-11 Goes to seeds

2021年1月24日 作者 奇先生 0

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Why Liz, what luck! You’ve found a ladybug.

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Yes, folks – l’d just like to say, l couldn’t have
done it without… Seeds!

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lt was seeds from a pack like this that grew
into these prize winning tomato plants!

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Carlos, WHAT are you doing?

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Practicing being famous, what else?

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What makes you think you’re going to be
famous?

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Not just me — all of us!

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Think – the photographer shows up at three,
and takes a picture of us in our garden…

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…The picture goes on the cover of Plant lt!
Magazine, and we’re FAMOUS!

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So, there we go, Phoebe, it’s finished!

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Oh, thank you, Tim! That’s exactly what my
plant looks like.

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Plant? What plant? l don’t see a plant.

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You’re not looking, Carlos. This is it! See?

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Phoebe!

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You don’t get on the cover of Plant lt!
Magazine with a DRAWlNG of a plant!

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l’ve got a real one — it’s just not here…

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lt’s at my old school.

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When l was in Mr. Seedplot’s class…

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But, Phoebe, this is your NEW school!

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l tried to get one, l really did. l even wrote a
letter to Mr. Seedplot

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to see if he could bring me one. But so far
nothing.

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l don’t care if you wrote the president!

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We need your plant HERE! NOW!

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No hurry to worry, Carlos. There’s always
time to take chances,

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make mistakes, get WHEELS!

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Mistakes? Wheels? This is starting to sound
like a…

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FlELD TRlP!

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As l always say, if the plant won’t come to you,
go to the plant!

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We’re going to my old school? All of us?
Now?

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All right! Come on, Phoebe! We don’t have
much time!

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Oh no!

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Phoebe, aren’t you excited?

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A field trip to your old school!

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l’d like to meet Mr. Seedplot!

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Meet Mr. Seedplot?

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Um, Mr. Seedplot! l’d like you to meet–

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Take chances! Make mistakes! Get messy!

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We never did anything like this at our old
school.

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How embarrassing…

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At this rate, we’ll never get back in time for the
photograph!

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Can’t we fly there, Ms Frizzle?

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Excellent idea, Carlos.

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Ms. Frizzle, at my old school, things are kind
of quiet…

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Yes…

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And people don’t shrink or anything…

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Of course not, Phoebe.

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And buses don’t turn into things…

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But, Phoebe. A ladybug isn’t a thing! lt’s an
insect.

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Oh no!

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Here we go again!

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A ladybug?

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l was hoping supersonic jet…

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l was hoping invisible.

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There it is…! My old school!

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What will Mr. Seedplot say if he sees us?

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l don’t get it, Ms. Frizzle.

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How are we ever going to find Phoebe’s plant
if we’re so small?

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lt never hurts to have a bug’s eye view!

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Or a view of a bug’s eye…!

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Okay, everybody. Here’s what we’re looking
for.

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And there it is!!

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Yeah! All right!

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Those plants are drop-dead gorgeous.

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Now, can we get big again, dig one of them
up, and get back in time to be famous?

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Well, Carlos, l’ll see what l can do!

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Talk about HANGlNG a left.

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l HATE it when we go upside-down.

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Ms. Frizzle, you DlD pass your ladybug driving
test, right?

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With flying colors.

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We’re on a flower petal!

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Oh please, somebody tell me this isn’t
happening.

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lt’s happening.

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lsn’t it wonderful, class?

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The sky above…a flower below…

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A pothole dead ahead!

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What’s happening!!

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Perfect landing, Liz.

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Class, we’re well on our way to getting Phoebe
a plant.

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But we’re stuck!

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That too!

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Could Mr. Seedplot see us if he looked?

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Probably not. We’re down here, in your
flower.

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Then let’s hope we stay down here.

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No taking chances. No getting messy. And
most of all, no getting out of the BUS.

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Okay, class! Everybody out!

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Wait! Don’t! Mr. Seedplot might see us!
Please!

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Maybe you should have stayed home today,
Phoebe.

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Oh, no!

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We’re stuck!

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How are we gonna get outta here?

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Follow me, class. Take chances, make
mistakes, get slippery!

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Ready or not, here l come!

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l can’t let Mr. Seedplot catch me out there,

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how embarassing.

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Thanks Liz, Mr. Seedplot won’t recognize me
with this on…

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Hey, Phoebe! Nice disguise.

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Forget it.

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This stuff is sweet. What is it?

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ls it just me or do you get the feeling

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we’re the cherries in somebody’s ice cream
soda?

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lt’s looks like a soda straw, Ralphie, but it’s
really a proboscis.

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A proboscis?

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That’s right, Keesha. Every bee has a
proboscis.

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And they use them to drink the stuff we’re
stuck in?

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According to my research, this stuff is nectar.

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On the proboscis, Dorothy Ann!

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l like a proboscis as much as the next guy,

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but what we need is a probuscis to get us out
of here.

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Okay – what should we do what should we do
what should we do?

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Hey! l know! Let’s get lots of bees to drink all
the nectar around the bus.

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How? Send out invitations?

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Yes! That’s it! Look at these lines.

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They seem to be pointing to the pools of
nectar in the flower.

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Okay, so maybe they’re like a flower’s version
of landing lights.

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l get it! So if we made more lines,

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maybe we could get more bugs to come and
suck up the nectar!

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Excellent, Liz.

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Wanda, C’mon.

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Go Wanda go…!

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Yes! Here they come!

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AlR RAlD!

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As l always say, let them eat NECTAR!

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lt worked! We did it!

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Here we go!

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Phoebe’s plant, here we come!

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Let’s get the facts: plants make nectar for
insects.

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And then use flowers to show them where it is.

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But l hope they don’t show Mr. Seedplot where
we are.

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Now, were was l?

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Oh yes…”So l hope you can help me, Mr.
Seedplot,

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because l don’t want to let my new class
down.”

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Well, Phoebe, l certainly won’t let you down.

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l’m just not sure which plant was yours…

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lt’s almost three o’clock.

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Can we PLEASE grab one of Phoebe’s flowers
and get back to school now?

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Carlos, for every quethion, there’s an anther.

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An anther, that’s the part of the flower we’re
sitting on!

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Check out all the yellow balls!

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two things make me sneeze…pollen and
pepper.

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this isn’t pepper…

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So it must be pollen.

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And it’s floating around EVERYwhere!

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Nice propulsion, Arnold!

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Thank you, Ms. Frizzle. l knew l should ah, ah,
ah stayed home today.

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Look The bees are getting covered with
pollen!

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Looks like they’re saving some for later.

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Binoculars! Quick!

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lt’s Mr. Seedplot!

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Ms. Frizzle, could we please shrink again?!
Really small!

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Small as… uh… POLLEN

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All right, Phoebe, since it’s such a tiny
request–

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But if we’re small as POLLEN,

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even if we make the cover of Plant lt!
Magazine, we’ll be too small to see!

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MS. FRlZZLE!

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Egad! l believe l’ve discovered a new insect –
”The Vanishing Ladybug”

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Though it’s going to be hard to prove…

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Whew, that was close. Thanks, Ms. Frizzle.

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And thank you, Phoebe

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for letting our chance at gardening fame rot on
the vine.

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ls it just me, or is that a BlG HAlRY BEE’S
LEG?

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You better bee-lieve it! And it’s going to get us
out of here!

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lt is…?

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You bet!

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This is so cool, we’re stuck to a bumblebee!

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At my old school, we never rode on
bumblebees.

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We ARE at your old school, Phoebe.

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Oh, right.

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Hey Phoebe, look!

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The bee’s taking us and the pollen to another
one of your flowers.

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Giving us the brush-off, huh?

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l think we’d just landed on another part of
Phoebe’s flower

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Oh great…more pollen.

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l get it!

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The insects bring pollen from one flower to
another.

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Yeah, but what does it have to do with bringing
plants from one SCHOOL to another?

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There are several ways to find out the answer
to that. . .

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…and l choose this one!

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She’s lost it…

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Where are we?

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Right here! l think…

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The bee has taken us–and lots of pollen–to
the top of the female part of the flower.

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Ms. Frizzle, may l be excused to find some
more… !

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Tissue!!!!

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Arnold, come back here! You’ve gone the
wrong way!

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Cool! Arnold just discovered that pollen grows
a tube down into the flower!

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Yes, this is the plant for Phoebe.

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Wait for ME!!!!

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Or is it?

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l can’t believe she just did that!

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As l always say, all pollen tubes lead to home.

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This way class.

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Wait for ME!

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But what about the cover of Plant lt!
Magazine?

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Another second and Mr. Seedplot would have
seen us!

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Oh swell! Where are we?

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Let me see… here! Because pollen tubes
grow down.

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We’re totally inside my flower.

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Phoebe, what are you doing now? We’ve got
to get your…

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Safe at last! What a relief!

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Phoebe, get off! lt’s alive!

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The rock l was sitting on, it started to grow!

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This isn’t rock, l know rocks.

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This is part of the plant.

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l think Arnold’s right. Looks more like an egg
to me.

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l wonder if it started to grow when the pollen
tube reached it.

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They’re all over the place.

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What are they?

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Did l miss something?

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Did we come to Phoebe’s old school to get her
plant,

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or to see ”lnvasion of the Pollen Tubes?”

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Carlos, you’ll be happy to know that they are
what we came for.

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But we only need one.

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We came for a plant. This isn’t a plant.

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Not yet, it isn’t. But it will be.

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lt’s a plant waiting to happen.

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Of course! l get it! lt’s a SEED!!

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My plant is making seeds!

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Dynamic deduction! Phoebe.

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The bee carried the pollen, lands on a flower’s
stigma and grow tubes down to the eggs.

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and together they make seeds!

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So all we have to do is take this seed back,

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plant it in our garden, and we’ll be famous!

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Great. There’s still one small problem.

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What?

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TlME!

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There’s not a seed in the world that can
become a PLANT in FlVE MlNUTES!

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As l always say, time flies when you’ve got the
right equipment!

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Hit it, Liz!

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All right! Look at those seeds grow!

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l hope this seed is an express.

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Hang on class. Here we go!

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Plant lt! Magazine, here we come!

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Ms. Frizzle, can’t this seed go any faster?

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Not unless we hitch a ride on a dog or a bird
or a mongoose

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A mongoose?

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Here comes our ride!

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Oh no! lt’s Mr. Seedplot! We can’t!

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We have to!

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We are!

239
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We’re on Mr. Seedplot’s head! HOW
EMBARRASSlNG!

240
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We’ve got to get off before he sees us!

241
00:17:57,640 –> 00:18:01,633
But Phoebe, this is our chance to meet Mr.
Seedplot.

242
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Hey Mr. Seedplot! Up here!

243
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Quiet!! We’ll get thrown off!

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Yes! MR. SEED PLOT!

245
00:18:14,120 –> 00:18:16,839
Hello? Did someone call me?

246
00:18:21,800 –> 00:18:23,153
Phoebe! You did it again!

247
00:18:23,240 –> 00:18:25,993
Hello? Did someone call me?

248
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We’re almost there!

249
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We made it!

250
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Oh no!

251
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Now what?

252
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The photographer’s here and we’re not ready!

253
00:18:41,360 –> 00:18:44,079
You’re right, the seed isn’t a plant yet.

254
00:18:44,160 –> 00:18:47,072
We need soil and water and light and..

255
00:18:47,240 –> 00:18:50,835
And TlME! TlME for it to sprout and grow and
flower!

256
00:18:50,920 –> 00:18:54,435
And TlME we haven’t got… Ms. Frizzle?

257
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Okay, Liz, TlME to go to hyper-seed.

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Soil

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Water

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Light

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Time

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Well, Phoebe, you did it! l see you found a
plant after all.

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Where is everybody, anyway?

264
00:19:30,960 –> 00:19:33,269
Ms. Frizzle, stop!

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00:19:33,680 –> 00:19:35,318
Can we just shrink again?

266
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Phoebe – NOW WHAT?

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lf we get big again, Mr. Seedplot will see us!

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So??? Phoebe, it’s three o-clock!

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The photographer’s here! THlS lS OUR BlG
CHANCE!!!

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But what’ll Mr. Seedplot think if we just appear,
POOF, out of nowhere?

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He’ll think we appeared, POOF, out of
nowhere.

272
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Exactly. He’ll think we’re really WElRD!

273
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He’ll think Ms. Frizzle is…

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Phoebe, are you embarrassed by Ms. Frizzle?

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But Phoebe, think of what she’s just done!

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Ms. Frizzle’s the best! Mr. Seedplot can think
what he likes!

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Let’s get big so l can introduce him to my new
teacher!

278
00:20:37,080 –> 00:20:39,036
Thanks. Are you Mr. Frizzle?

279
00:20:40,160 –> 00:20:45,075
No, l’m Mr. Seedplot. Ms. Frizzle doesn’t
appear toz. . .

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Hello there.

281
00:20:48,640 –> 00:20:50,596
Oh! There they are!

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Hello, Phoebe. l brought you a plant,

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but l see you already have one.

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Thanks so much for bringing it, Mr. Seedplot.

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And you’re right, l have one already. Thanks
to Ms. Frizzle!

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00:21:05,200 –> 00:21:08,397
Ms. Frizzle! Nice to see you again!

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00:21:08,520 –> 00:21:10,590
Nice to see you, too, Archibald.

288
00:21:11,200 –> 00:21:13,998
You mean…you know each other?

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00:21:14,080 –> 00:21:17,595
Sure! l’m one of Ms. Frizzle’s biggest fans!

290
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And l just love your garden! lt’s really magic!

291
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What’s your secret?

292
00:21:25,800 –> 00:21:27,392
No secret, Archibald.

293
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As l always say the magic is in the gardeners!

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All right, everyone, say–

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SEEDS

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ls it the magic school bus?

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ls it the magic school bus?

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00:21:49,640 –> 00:21:52,438
ls it the magic school bus?

299
00:21:52,760 –> 00:21:53,715
ls it the magic school bus?

300
00:21:53,840 –> 00:21:54,795
ls it the magic school bus?

301
00:21:55,000 –> 00:21:56,399
ls it the magic school bus?

302
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stay tune with us and be a smart kid

303
00:22:12,000 –> 00:22:15,834
Dear Valerie… No, no…

304
00:22:20,000 –> 00:22:22,275
Hello, is this the Magic School Bus?

305
00:22:22,880 –> 00:22:24,108
But l don’t work here.

306
00:22:34,280 –> 00:22:34,917
Hello?

307
00:22:35,000 –> 00:22:37,036
Hello. ls is this the Magic School Bus?

308
00:22:37,160 –> 00:22:37,717
Yes, but. . .

309
00:22:37,840 –> 00:22:40,035
Did you work on that show about seeds?

310
00:22:40,960 –> 00:22:42,837
Actually, l was in it.

311
00:22:42,960 –> 00:22:45,428
Then maybe you can answer a few questions.

312
00:22:45,520 –> 00:22:46,509
Well, l’ll try.

313
00:22:46,600 –> 00:22:50,832
First of all, why didn’t Phoebe just look in a
catalogue and get her seeds from there?

314
00:22:51,000 –> 00:22:54,879
Because seeds don’t really come from
catalogs. They come from plants.

315
00:22:55,040 –> 00:22:58,510
True, but how about when Ms. Frizzle
speeded everything up by magic?

316
00:22:59,680 –> 00:23:01,591
l do love her magic.

317
00:23:02,040 –> 00:23:06,318
Well they do that on nature programs all the
time. lt’s called time lapse photography,

318
00:23:06,440 –> 00:23:09,512
and they use it to show things happening
faster than they really do.

319
00:23:10,280 –> 00:23:12,999
but there some things that just can’t be
rushed.

320
00:23:14,760 –> 00:23:16,830
What are you talking about?

321
00:23:18,160 –> 00:23:20,469
Oh, sorry, what was the question?

322
00:23:20,600 –> 00:23:22,750
What kind of plant did Phoebe have anyway?

323
00:23:23,200 –> 00:23:26,317
That was a…er…a Flowering Made-up-icus.

324
00:23:26,760 –> 00:23:29,354
Give me a break. There’s no such plant.

325
00:23:31,240 –> 00:23:34,232
Okay, you’re right. Phoebe’s flower was
invented for the show,

326
00:23:34,320 –> 00:23:37,392
but it’s very similar to lots of real flowers.

327
00:23:37,800 –> 00:23:39,438
but one last question.

328
00:23:39,520 –> 00:23:40,873
That’s what l’m here for.

329
00:23:41,000 –> 00:23:42,877
Does Ms. Frizzle have a boyfriend?

330
00:23:43,040 –> 00:23:49,115
Well…l don’t have time to answer that.
Goodbye.

331
00:23:56,840 –> 00:23:59,354
Nice to see you, too, Archibald.

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THE END