Peppa Pig  Season #4

Synopsis: Peppa Pig is a children's animated series produced by Astley Baker Davies Ltd, Entertainment One Family, Nick Jr., and Channel 5.
Genre: Animation
Year:
2012
6,435 Views


Peppa Pig:
I'm Peppa Pig.

(oinks)

This is my little brother George.

George Pig:
(oinking)

Peppa Pig:
This is Mummy Pig.

Mummy Pig:
(oinks)

Peppa Pig:
And this is Daddy Pig.

Daddy Pig:
(huge oink)

All:
(laughing)

Peppa Pig:
Peppa Pig.

(oinks)

Grampy Rabbit in Space.

Narrator:
Peppa and her friends are at playgroup.

Madame Gazelle:
Children, today we have a special treat.

Grampy Rabbit is here to talk about space rockets.

George Pig:
Rocket.

Br-r-r-r-r-rm.

Narrator:
George loves space rockets.

Grampy Rabbit:
Hello, everybody!

All:
(laughing)

Narrator:
Grampy Rabbit has a very loud voice.

Grampy Rabbit:
What have I got here?

Suzy Sheep:
A rock.

Grampy Rabbit:
Yes, but not any old rock.

I found it on the moon.

All:
Ooh!

Freddy Fox:
My dad sells rocks in packs of five.

Madame Gazelle:
Yes, thank you, Freddy.

Freddy Fox:
You don't need to go to the moon to get them.

Grampy Rabbit:
You do if you want moon rock.

Peppa Pig:
Grampy Rabbit, how did you go to the moon?

Grampy Rabbit:
I flew in a rocket.

Suzy Sheep:
It's a bit small.

Grampy Rabbit:
This is just a model.

The rocket I went in was ginormous!

Do you all know how to count to five?

All:
Yes!

One, two, three, four, five!

Grampy Rabbit:
Excellent.

But when you go into space, you count backwards.

Five, four, three, two, one.

And then you have to shout "blastoff" as loudly as possible!

All:
Blastoff!

Grampy Rabbit:
I can't hear anything.

All:
Blastoff!

Grampy Rabbit:
Vrooooom!

There I was flying through space.

All:
Ooh!

Grampy Rabbit:
And then I landed... on the moon.

It was so beautiful up there.

I was lost for words.

Madame Gazelle:
That sounds nice.

Grampy Rabbit:
Did you know you could jump really high on the moon?

All:
No.

Suzy Sheep:
How high?

Grampy Rabbit:
As high as a house.

Peppa Pig:
Why can you jump so high on the moon?

Grampy Rabbit:
Um...

Edmond Elephant:
The gravitational pull is smaller on the moon.

Grampy Rabbit:
Oh, yes, that's it.

Quite the clever clogs, aren't we?

Narrator:
Edmond Elephant is a clever clogs.

Grampy Rabbit:
I was a little bit lonely up there with just the moon and the stars.

And the most exciting bit was...

(screeching)

Peppa Pig:
What's the most exciting bit, Grampy Rabbit?

Grampy Rabbit:
(screeching)

Suzy Sheep:
I can't hear you!

Grampy Rabbit:
(screeching)

Pedro Pony:
Why has he stopped talking?

Madame Gazelle:
Oh dear, Grampy Rabbit has lost his voice.

I had better ring Dr. Brown Bear.

(phone dialing)

Dr. Brown Bear:
Dr. Brown Bear speaking.

Madame Gazelle:
Hello, Dr. Brown Bear.

Grampy Rabbit has lost his voice.

Dr. Brown Bear:
Is that such a bad thing?

Madame Gazelle:
Yes.

He's giving an important talk about space rockets to the children.

Dr. Brown Bear:
Oh, in that case, I'll be straight there.

(siren wailing)

Dr. Brown Bear:
Hello, Grampy Rabbit.

I hear you've lost your voice.

Grampy Rabbit:
(screeching)

Dr. Brown Bear:
Say ah, please.

Grampy Rabbit:
(screech)

Dr. Brown Bear:
I see, yes, a very serious case of losing a voice.

Too much shouting, I imagine.

Let's see if a little bit of medicine helps.

Open wide.

Try saying "ah" now.

Grampy Rabbit:
(screech)

Dr. Brown Bear:
Louder.

Grampy Rabbit:
(screech)

Ah!

(laughs)

Much better.

All:
(laughing)

Grampy Rabbit:
Not back to normal, but getting there!

All:
Hooray!

Grampy Rabbit:
Now where was I?

Madame Gazelle:
You were just about to tell us the most exciting bit.

Grampy Rabbit:
Oh, yes.

The most exciting bit was I wrote a song.

Would you like to hear it?

Both:
No, thank you.

All:
Yes, please.

Grampy Rabbit:
I got up this morning.

And all I could see.

Was the moon and the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

All:
(laughing)

I got up this morning.

And all I could see.

Was the moon and the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

The moon, the stars.

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