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The Backyardigans: Caveman’s Best Friend – Ep.54


>>Hi, I’m Pablo.>>My name’s Tyrone.>>I’m Uniqua.>>I’m Tasha.>>And my name’s Austin.>>And we’re– ♪ Your backyard friends, the Backyardigans ♪ ♪ Together in the backyard again ♪ ♪ In the place where we belong ♪ ♪ Where we’ll probably sing a song ♪ ♪ And we’ll maybe dance along ♪ ♪ We’ve got the whole wide world in our yard to explore ♪ ♪ We always find things we’ve never seen before ♪ ♪ That’s why every day we’re back for more ♪ ♪ With your friends, the Backyardigans ♪>>Caveman’s Best Friend.>>I’m getting a pet. I’m getting a pet. I’m getting a pet. I’m getting a pet. Oh, hi. Or should I say, “Ug.” That’s what cavemen say, and I’m Austin the caveman. And when cavemen are really, really happy, this is what we say: Ug! And why am I so happy, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you. Because today I’m getting a pet. ♪ I got everything a caveman could need ♪ ♪ Cave paintings on my wall, cave books I can read ♪ ♪ Got a bed of granite and a fridge made of slate ♪ ♪ Got a rock music player ♪ ♪ It sounds really great ♪ ♪ But something’s missing deep in my soul ♪ ♪ A friend to complete me ♪ ♪ Make me feel whole ♪ ♪ If there was one less thing in this world I could get ♪ ♪ I’d want a prehistoric huggable, loveable pet ♪ ♪ I want a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ I want a pet, that’s right ♪ ♪ Someone to play with ♪ ♪ To go fetch a bone ♪ ♪ I want a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ I want a pet, that’s right ♪ ♪ I want a tail-wagging friend of my own ♪>>See, I’ve been saving up my pebbles, and I have enough to buy a pet. So, what am I waiting for? Off I go to prehistoric times. And Rockville, my prehistoric town. And Petistaurus, the prehistoric pet store. Whoo-hoo! I’m getting a pet, oh yeah. I’m getting a pet. All right, I’m getting a pet. Whoa! (Sighing) Tar puddle. That’s the only thing about Rockville. Tar puddles everywhere. And tar pools. And tar geysers. (Grunting) Ew. Ug, there’s Petistaurus, the pet store. Come on. Ug, pet store lady.>>Ug. Welcome to Petistaurus. May I help you?>>Yes, please. I want a really nice pet.>>Oh, really?>>Yes. I want a pet who is really friendly.>>Uh-huh.>>And who loves to play fetch.>>Of course.>>And who I can go to the park with.>>Well, it sounds to me like you want a puppy. (Barking) (Gasping)>>Ug! A dinosaur puppy just like that.>>Hold on. I’ll bring him out.>>Wow, my very own dinosaur puppy. Oh, hi. My name’s– Whoa! (Laughing) –Austin.>>I should warn you, this puppy is a little wild.>>That’s okay. He’s wonderful. (Barking)>>Whoa! Ew. Tar puddle. Hey, thanks, boy. I’ll take him. Here, 5 pebbles.>>Okay.>>Ug. Thanks, pet store lady. And off we go!>>Oh, one thing: don’t ever take off the leash!>>What? He likes to go to the beach?>>No! Don’t take off the leash!>>Oh, no thanks. I don’t like quiche. Come on, boy. Let’s go to the park.>>Ug. You know, I don’t think he heard what I said.>>This is the park, boy. Come on, let’s play. (Barking)>>Whoa. ♪ I finally found the pet of my dreams ♪ ♪ I really like him a lot ♪ ♪ He likes me, it seems ♪ ♪ I guess he’s kind of wild but he’s so very nice ♪ ♪ And he was only 5 pebbles, a pretty good price ♪ ♪ I was all alone when I walked to the store ♪ ♪ But then I walked out with a new dinosaur ♪ ♪ It’s the greatest day that I have had yet ♪ ♪ I got a prehistoric huggable, loveable pet ♪ ♪ I got a pet, oh yeah ♪ ♪ I got a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ Someone to go fetch whatever I have thrown ♪ ♪ I got a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ I got a pet, that’s right ♪ ♪ I got a tail-wagging friend of my own ♪ ♪ I hope the good times with my pup don’t end ♪ ♪ Because he is this caveman’s number-one best friend ♪ ♪ When he comes to his perch, I don’t have a regret ♪ ♪ He’s just the sweetest little pet that I have ever met ♪ ♪ I got a pet, oh yeah ♪ ♪ I got a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ A soft companion in this age of stone ♪ ♪ I got a pet, mm-hm ♪ ♪ I got a pet, that’s right ♪ ♪ I got a tail-wagging friend of my own ♪ (Laughing) I’m going to name you Boy. (Barking)>>Come on, Boy. Want to fetch? Hm, you know, we don’t need this silly leash. (Barking)>>Boy, come back! Boy? Boy? Boy! Pet store lady, you have to help me. My puppy ran away.>>Ug? You didn’t take the leash off, did you?>>Yeah, I did.>>But I said never take off the leash.>>Ug? I thought you were inviting me over for quiche?>>Ug!>>Oh, man. How am I ever going to get my puppy back?>>Don’t worry. I’ll give you a hand.>>Really? You’ll help me.>>All you have to do is ask. ♪ Sometimes you feel like you need a hug ♪ ♪ Sometimes you just want to scream out, “Ug” ♪ ♪ Sometimes you have a crummy day ♪ ♪ Sometimes your pup up and runs away ♪ ♪ Sometimes nothing goes the way you planned ♪ ♪ And for times like that you need a helping hand ♪ ♪ When you’re in need ♪ ♪ I’ll give you a shout ♪ ♪ I’ll lend a hand ♪ ♪ You’ll help me out ♪ ♪ So when you’re stuck ♪ ♪ I’ll stand up and say ♪ ♪ I need a hand ♪ ♪ A helping hand ♪ ♪ Yeah, I need a hand ♪ ♪ We’ll search every nook of this countryside ♪ ♪ We’ll look everywhere a puppy can hide ♪ ♪ I’ll listen real close for that dino bark ♪ ♪ We’ll keep our eyes open and search till dark ♪ ♪ Thanks to you, we’ll find my dinosaur ♪ ♪ Don’t worry, my friend ♪ ♪ That’s what friends are for ♪>>Ew, tar puddle.>>Here, I’ll give you a hand. ♪ When you’re in need ♪ ♪ Just give me a shout ♪ ♪ I’ll lend a hand ♪ ♪ I’ll help you out ♪ ♪ So when you’re stuck ♪ ♪ Just stand up and say ♪ ♪ I need a hand ♪ ♪ A helping hand ♪ ♪ Yeah, I need a hand ♪ ♪ When you’re in need ♪ ♪ Just give me a shout ♪ ♪ I’ll lend a hand ♪ ♪ I’ll help you out ♪ ♪ So when you’re stuck ♪ ♪ Just stand up and say ♪ ♪ I need a hand ♪ ♪ A helping hand ♪ ♪ Yeah, I need a hand ♪>>We’ll take my scooter. Hop on. Let’s find Boy.>>Boy! Boy! Here, Boy! Boy!>>Ug! Look, there he is. Hey, can you whistle?>>Ug?>>If you whistle, the dinosaur will come and we can put the leash back on him.>>Oh, well, I can try to whistle. (Blowing) Ug. I guess I can’t whistle. Can you whistle?>>No, I can’t whistle. But I can snap my fingers. (Fingers snapping)>>Impressive. But it’s not helping. (Sniffing)>>Time for Plan B.>>What are you going to do with that?>>Watch and learn. Yoo-hoo! Dinosaur. Here, Boy. Here, puppy. Want a treat? (Barking)>>Here he comes.>>Quick, give me the leash.>>I don’t like quiche.>>No, the leash.>>Oh, the leash. (Gasping)>>Come back here! Got you! Whoa! (Barking)>>Ah! Whoa!>>Ug! If only I could whistle. (Blowing)>>Ah! Hey, help!>>Oh, here I come.>>Whoa!>>Help! (Blowing)>>Ah! Help! Ug!>>Ug!>>Ug. Come back here. Police.>>Oh, help! (Blowing) (Siren wailing)>>Ug! The police. (Screaming)>>Oh, no! Tar puddle. Boy, stop. Whoa. Whoa! Hello.>>Why, hello.>>Tar puddle. Ew.>>BOTH: Tar puddle. (Whimpering)>>Oh, Boy! (Siren blaring) (Tires screeching)>>Do you know why I stopped you?>>Because you wanted to say hi?>>Yes. Hi. But also because you were driving too fast.>>Sorry, officer.>>And you were riding around on a dinosaur.>>Sorry, officer.>>That’s my dinosaur, officer. He’s just a puppy and he ran away.>>Hm, a runaway dinosaur, you say?>>BOTH: Ug. Huh?>>Boy! There he is.>>Stand back, everyone. This is a job for the police. Attention, attention, dinosaur. This is the police. Put the bone down and move slowly away from the hole. He’s not listening.>>Can you whistle? He’ll come if you whistle.>>Hm. No, I can’t whistle, but I can rub my belly and tap my head.>>Ug.>>That is impressive, but we really do need someone who can whistle.>>Don’t worry. I know what to do.>>What’s that?>>UNIQUA: And what are you going to do with it?>>I’m going to put this hook on your dinosaur’s collar so he can’t run away. (Barking)>>Got you, dinosaur. You thought you could outsmart the police? Well, I got new for– (Barking)>>Note to self: get new bumper.>>AUSTIN: Boy! Boy, come back. Lips, don’t fail me now. (Blowing) (Barking)>>Ug!>>Officer, we’ve got to catch that dinosaur. ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where has my dinosaur gone? ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ I just need to put this red leash back on ♪ ♪ Where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ He’s only a puppy, just 7 months old ♪ ♪ One of the sweetest that I’ve ever sold ♪ ♪ He’s worth more to Austin than pebbles or gold ♪ ♪ Where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where has my dinosaur gone? ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ I just need to put this red leash back on ♪ ♪ Where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ We played in the park then he left me alone ♪ ♪ Then he took off with this big, juicy bone ♪ ♪ I know what it’s like ♪ ♪ Got a pup of my own ♪ ♪ Where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where has my dinosaur gone? ♪ ♪ Oh where, oh where can he be? ♪ ♪ I just need to put this red leash back on ♪ ♪ Where, oh where can he be? ♪ (Barking)>>Ug! There he is.>>I’ll handle this. We’ve got you now, dinosaur! There’s nowhere to run. (Whimpering)>>Except maybe up that tree. (Whining)>>Officer, you scared him.>>Sorry about that.>>How are we going to get him down?>>Well, I could call the fireman.>>Ug!>>Come in, Fireman Tyrone. (Siren blaring)>>You called?>>That was quick.>>Mr. Fireman, sir, my dinosaur, he’s caught up in that tree.>>Hm. (Whimpering)>>You know, he’ll come down if you whistle.>>Yeah, can you whistle?>>I’m afraid I can’t. But I can wiggle my ears.>>ALL: Ug!>>That is impressive. But whistling would be really helpful.>>Don’t worry. I know exactly what to do. I’m going to climb this ladder, see? And then I’m going to put that hook on the dinosaur’s collar.>>Careful. Don’t let him fall.>>I would never let him fall. But if I do let him fall, be ready to catch him in this.>>AUSTIN: Awesome. (All grunting)>>Okay. Here, Boy. Here, Boy. (Whimpering)>>Don’t worry, I’m not going to hurt you. Hey, come back here. Dinosaur! (Gasping)>>There, got it. (Branch cracking)>>Uh-oh, that doesn’t sound good. Whoa! (All screaming)>>Whew.>>All right!>>Ug! Whoa! (Barking)>>After that fire truck. (Barking)>>Ah!>>Ug, pull over.>>Ug! Come back here.>>I just have to whistle. (Blowing) Ug!>>TYRONE: Whoa! Whoa! (Tyrone screaming) (Barking)>>Ug! Tar geyser.>>Whoa.>>Yuck.>>Oh, no. Ew.>>TYRONE: Whoa, whoa. (Barking)>>Whoa. Ah! Stop, dinosaur! (Barking)>>TYRONE: Whoa!>>PABLO: Whoa!>>Whoa!>>Whoa!>>ALL: Tar pit. Ew! (Gasping)>>I’m sinking.>>Quick, get on my scooter. Ug, now we’re sinking.>>Please do not panic. Hop onto my car.>>ALL: Ug!>>Uh-oh.>>Quick, hop on my truck.>>ALL: Thanks.>>This truck is big. I think we’ll be safe here.>>ALL: Ug!>>Oh, boy, this is bad. Stuck in a tar pit and sinking fast, nobody to pull us out. We’re doomed.>>Officer Pablo?>>I never thought this is the way I’d go.>>Officer Pablo!>>Yeah?>>You’re not helping.>>Oh, right, that’s true. (All screaming) (Barking)>>Hey, Boy. Get us out of here.>>Here, Boy.>>Pull us out.>>Here, Boy. (Cooing)>>You know, if I were ever going to whistle, now would be the time. ♪ Now would be a good time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be the time to make that sound ♪ ♪ Now would be a fun time to whistle ♪ ♪ After sinking deeper in the ground ♪ ♪ I’ve always had the talent of wiggling my ears ♪ ♪ It works great at parties ♪ ♪ I’ve been doing it for years ♪ ♪ Good whistling is something that firemen can handle ♪ ♪ It sounds like I’m trying to blow out a birthday candle ♪ (Blowing) ♪ Well, I can pat my helmet and rub my belly too ♪ ♪ Can even tap my foot while standing on one shoe ♪ ♪ But when I try to whistle I sound like a buffoon ♪ ♪ It sounds more like I’m trying ♪ ♪ To blow up a balloon ♪ (Blowing) ♪ Now would be a good time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be the time to make that sound ♪ ♪ Now would be a fun time to whistle ♪ ♪ After sinking deeper in the ground ♪ ♪ I have no trouble humming and I always like to clap ♪ ♪ Sometimes when I’m bored I like to make my fingers snap ♪ ♪ But whistling is something ♪ My skills just don’t compare ♪ ♪ I pucker up and blow real hard but all I get is air ♪ (Inhaling) ♪ Now would be a good time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be a good time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be a fine time ♪ ♪ Now would be a good time ♪ ♪ Now would be the time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be a good time to whistle ♪ ♪ Now would be the time to make that sound ♪ ♪ Now would be a fine time to whistle ♪ ♪ As we’re sinking deeper in the ground ♪ (Blowing)>>UNIQUA: Come on, Austin. You can do it.>>ALL: Austin, Austin, Austin! (Blowing) (Whistling) (All gasping)>>ALL: A whistle!>>PABLO: Keep doing it. (Whistling)>>It’s working. Keep whistling.>>And fast. (Whistling) (Barking)>>Here he comes.>>Now what?>>It’s time to get this leash back on. Come on, Boy. A little closer. (Whistling) Got you. Now run, Boy, run. (Barking)>>ALL: It’s working, it’s working, we’re safe.>>Thanks to the dinosaur.>>ALL: Ug! (Barking)>>Oh, Boy, I’m so glad you’re back. I’ll never let you go. (Cooing)>>You know, Austin, I think your puppy could use a nap.>>I think you’re right. Come on, Boy.>>ALL: Aw.>>Hey, thanks, you guys. I couldn’t have gotten my puppy back without you.>>No problem.>>Anytime.>>Glad to lend a hand. (Rumbling)>>Wow, that puppy sure can snore.>>Actually, that was my stomach. Who wants to come back to my house for some strawberries and yoghurt?>>Yeah!>>All right. (All laughing)>>ALL: Tar puddle.>>That was an excellent dinosaur-chasing adventure, don’t you think?>>Yeah.>>Uh-huh.>>It was awesome. ♪ We got the whole wide world in our yard to explore ♪ ♪ Now it’s time for us to have a snack ♪ ♪ Meet you next time when we’re back ♪ ♪ With your friends, the Backyardigans ♪>>See you.>>See you later.>>PABLO: Later.>>UNIQUA: See you soon. (Whistling) ♪

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