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Timothy Goes To School : Small Change / Shy Charles – Ep. 3

Timothy Goes To School : Small Change / Shy Charles – Ep. 3


♪ IT’S A BRAND NEW DAY ♪ SO COME ON AND PLAY ♪ IN A WORLD THAT’S WAITING ♪ FOR YOU ♪ YOU’RE ABOUT TO BEGIN ♪ SO COME ON IN ♪ THERE’S SO MUCH ♪ TO DO AT SCHOOL ♪ AND YOU CAN DO ANYTHING ♪ IF YOU TRY ♪ WITH FRIENDS LIKE TIMOTHY ♪ BY YOUR SIDE ♪ THERE’S A NEW ADVENTURE ♪ IN EVERYTHING WE DO ♪ WE’LL ALL BE TOGETHER ♪ AND YOU CAN COME TOO ♪ WHEN TIMOTHY GOES TO SCHOOL ♪ ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN ♪ WHEN TIMOTHY GOES TO SCHOOL ♪ (♪♪)>>(crying)>>MAMA?>>(wailing)>>MAMA? MAMA!>>LITTLE VOICE, NORA.>>MAMA, WHERE’S MY RED SHIRT? I HAD IT ON YESTERDAY.>>AND THE DAY BEFORE THAT. IT’S DIRTY. TIME TO CHANGE INTO SOMETHING NEW, NORA.>>I DON’T WANT TO CHANGE. IT’S MY FAVOURITE.>>NORA.>>UH-UH.>>UH-HUH.>>I DON’T LIKE THIS SHIRT.>>NOW, NORA, IT’S A LOVELY SHIRT. JACK LIKES IT.>>(squealing)>>HUH? I DON’T WANT WAFFLES, MAMA. I WANT MY THUNDER ROLLER RICE FLAKES. THEY’RE MY FAVOURITE.>>I THOUGHT WAFFLES WOULD MAKE A NICE CHANGE.>>HMPH. I DON’T WANT CHANGE. (rattling) WHAT’RE YOU DOING?>>IT’S TIME TO PAINT THE UPSTAIRS.>>OH, CAN I HOLD THE BRUSHES?>>SURE YOU CAN. WE’LL START WITH YOUR ROOM.>>(gasping)>>WHAT DO YOU THINK, NORA? CHERRY BOMB RED OR BRILLIANT BLUE?>>BUT I LIKE MY ROOM THIS WAY.>>HMMM.>>DON’T CHANGE THAT.>>OH, MY.>>DON’T CHANGE THAT! (gasping) OH, DAD, PLEASE DON’T CHANGE THAT.>>I PROMISE TO PUT IT BACK JUST THE WAY YOU LIKE IT.>>IT’LL ALL BE DIFFERENT.>>WELL, YOU MIGHT LIKE IT.>>I WON’T LIKE IT.>>(giggling)>>MAMA!>>(wailing)>>MAMA!>>NOT RIGHT NOW, NORA DEAR. JACK NEEDS CHANGING.>>GAH! MORE CHANGE. I DON’T LIKE IT.>>LET’S BUTTON YOUR COAT, DEAR. IT LOOKS LIKE IT’S GOING TO RAIN.>>MAMA, WHY DO THINGS HAVE TO CHANGE?>>IF THINGS DIDN’T CHANGE, YOU’D STILL BE A BABY LIKE JACK. EVERYTHING CHANGES. (horn honking) EXCEPT FOR THE SCHOOL BUS. THAT’S ALWAYS THE SAME.>>HELLO, NORA.>>HI, HENRY.>>READY FOR ANOTHER DAY AT SCHOOL?>>YES, I AM. HEY, THAT’S MY SEAT.>>WELL, THE FRANKS ARE FEELING BUS SICK TODAY, SO THEY’RE SITTING UP FRONT THIS MORNING.>>BUT I ALWAYS SIT HERE. OOF.>>WANNA PLAY ON THE SWINGS WHEN WE GET TO SCHOOL?>>HUH? PROMISE YOU’LL PUSH?>>SURE, I’M A GOOD PUSHER. YOU’LL HAVE TO PUSH HARD. I WANT TO GO REALLY HIGH.>>OKAY.>>>(moaning)>>>(cheering)>>RACE YOU TO THE SWINGS, DORIS. HUH? DORIS, YOU PROMISED TO PUSH!>>I CHANGED MY MIND.>>(growling)>>I CAN PUSH.>>(sighing) OKAY. (sighing) HEY, THAT’S MY HOOK.>>NO, IT ISN’T.>>I ALWAYS HANG MY COAT ON THAT HOOK. (gasping) IT’S BROKEN.>>HMM. YOU BETTER CHANGE TO ANOTHER HOOK UNTIL I CAN FIX IT.>>(growling)>>Frank: ALL RIGHT!>>Nora: HELLO, LEARNING TREE. HELLO, WELL-DONE WALL. HELLO, DRESS-UP CORNER. AH, SOME THINGS DON’T CHANGE.>>EVERYBODY READY? LET’S SING THE WELCOME SONG. (piano ♪♪) ♪ GATHER ‘ROUND ♪ AND SIT RIGHT DOWN ♪ DOESN’T MATTER ♪ WHO YOU’RE NEXT TO ♪ WE’RE A LOT THE SAME ♪ BUT WITH DIFFERENT NAMES ♪ AND THERE’S SO MANY THINGS ♪ THAT WE’RE GOING TO DO ♪ YOU MIGHT FEEL ♪ A LITTLE BIT SHY ♪ BUT WE ALL FEEL ♪ THAT WAY SOMETIMES (Nora singing loudly) ♪ IT’S A NEW ADVENTURE ♪ IT’S A BRAND NEW DAY ♪ ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN ♪ WHEN WE LAUGH AND WE PLAY ♪ WELCOME TO THIS ♪ BRAND NEW DAY ♪>>WELL DONE, EVERYONE. ESPECIALLY NORA. THIS IS A SPECIAL DAY AT HILLTOP SCHOOL, CHILDREN. IT’S MUSICAL CHAIRS DAY. I’M GOING TO PLAY THE PIANO. WHEN THE MUSIC STOPS, SIT DOWN ON THE CHAIR YOU’RE CLOSEST TO.>>BUT I LIKE MY CHAIR.>>MAYBE YOU’LL LIKE A DIFFERENT CHAIR. WHY DON’T WE GIVE IT A TRY. QUICK STICKS!>>>(giggling) (piano ♪♪)>>(gasping)>>I NEARLY GOT YOUR SEAT, NORA. (stopping piano)>>HEY, THAT’S MY CHAIR! THIS TABLE IS WOBBLY.>>MY MOM SHOWED ME HOW TO FIX A WOBBLY TABLE. YOU TAKE A NAPKIN–>>I CAN’T SEE THE CHALKBOARD FROM WAY BACK HERE.>>BUT THERE’S NOTHING ON THE CHALKBOARD, NORA.>>THIS CHAIR IS TOO HARD.>>WELL, YOU WANT TO TRADE CHAIRS?>>NO.>>WHAT ARE YOU MAKING?>>ANGRY CROCODILES.>>(giggling) GUESS WHAT I’M MAKING?>>A BIG MESS? OKAY, WHAT IS IT?>>IT’S A TREE. YOU WANT TO SEE?>>WOW!>>IT CAN SHADE YOUR CROCODILES FROM THE HOT SUN.>>I WANT TO MAKE ONE TOO.>>IT’S EASY.>>GREAT TREES FOR MY CROCODILES, LILLY. (piano ♪♪)>>Mrs. Jenkins: MUSICAL CHAIRS, EVERYONE.>>OH, BYE NORA.>>BYE, LILLY.>>>(laughing)>>Mrs. Jenkins: LUNCH BOXES OUT AND OPEN, PLEASE, BOYS AND GIRLS. IT’S TIME FOR LUNCH.>>NORA, LUCKY YOU. YOU HAVE YOUR OLD CHAIR BACK.>>I LIKED SITTING WITH LILLY. BUT AT LUNCH TIME, I ALWAYS SIT NEXT TO DORIS. DORIS HAS VANILLA PUDDING.>>I HAVE YAKITORI TODAY.>>HEY, WHAT’S THAT?>>MAMA PUTS A SURPRISE IN MY LUNCH BOX EVERY DAY.>>WOW!>>I LOVE SURPRISES.>>MAYBE I’VE GOT A SURPRISE IN MY LUNCH BOX TOO. NOPE, JUST PEANUT BUTTER AND HONEY.>>YOU CAN HAVE MY SURPRISE IF YOU LIKE.>>THANKS, YOKO. IT’S EVEN BETTER THAN VANILLA PUDDING. (bell ringing)>>RECESS! EVERYONE OUTSIDE.>>I’M GOING TO PLAY ON THE SWING.>>NO, WE ARE.>>NO, I AM.>>NO, WE ARE.>>NO, I AM!>>OOOH, YOU’RE A GOOD SHOUTER.>>YEAH, YOU’RE THE BEST SHOUTER.>>NO, I AM!>>NO, I AM!>>BIG VOICES OUTSIDE, PLEASE.>>Nora: YES, I CAN.>>>Franks: NO, YOU CAN’T!>>HIGHER! HIGHER! WHOA! YOU GUYS ARE EVEN BETTER THAN DORIS.>>Lilly: HEY, NORA, TRY THIS FOR A CHANGE.>>Nora: WHAT A GREAT CHANGE!>>GOODBYE, CHILDREN. THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER WONDERFUL DAY.>>CAN WE PLAY MUSICAL CHAIRS TOMORROW, TOO?>>HOW ABOUT WE TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT TOMORROW?>>OKAY.>>I SAVED YOUR SEAT FOR YOU, NORA.>>THANKS, HENRY, BUT I’M GOING TO SIT IN THE BACK WITH LILLY. (♪♪)>>THEN WE PLAYED MUSICAL CHAIRS, AND I MADE FRIENDS WITH LILLY, AND WE WENT ON THE MERRY GO ROUND, AND THE FRANKS PUSHED US SO FAST.>>HOW EXCITING.>>UH-HUH, AND I GOT A SURPRISE. OH, CAN I HAVE YAKITORI TOMORROW INSTEAD OF PEANUT BUTTER AND HONEY? AND CAN I PLAY WITH LILLY AFTER SCHOOL?>>OF COURSE YOU CAN, DEAR.>>WHO WANTS TO SEE YOUR NEW BEDROOM?>>OH, I DO, I DO!>>TA-DA!>>IT’S EXACTLY THE SAME AS BEFORE.>>THAT’S RIGHT. I FOUND THE SAME COLOUR OF PAINT IN THE BASEMENT AND PUT EVERYTHING BACK JUST THE WAY YOU LIKE IT. I DIDN’T CHANGE A THING.>>WHY NOT? (♪♪)>>OKAY, CHARLES. NOW WE NEED THE SMALL SCREWDRIVER. THERE, THAT SHOULD FIX IT. LET’S SEE IF IT WORKS.>>IT WORKS!>>NOW YOU CAN REACH THE TOAST ALL BY YOURSELF. (doorbell ringing)>>Mother: CHARLES, LOOK WHO’S HERE. IT’S AUNTIE BEA.>>CHARLES, HOW YOU’VE GROWN. OH, HE’S SO CUTE. GIVE AUNTIE BEA A BIG KISS.>>(gasping)>>IT’S OKAY, HONEY.>>OH, LOOK. HE’S SHY.>>HURRY UP! LILLY, GET ON.>>OKAY.>>NOW WE NEED SOMEBODY ON TOP.>>I KNOW, LET’S ASK CHARLES. HE’S SMALL.>>HE WON’T PLAY.>>HE’S TOO SHY.>>MAYBE HE WILL.>>>NO, TIMOTHY, WHOA!>>VROOM, VROOM…>>WANNA PLAY, CHARLES? WE’RE BUILDING A PYRAMID. WE NEED YOU FOR THE TOP.>>NO THANKS. I’M PLAYING. VROOM, VROOM…>>WHAT ARE YOU DOING? DID YOU BUILD THIS ALL BY YOURSELF?>>UH-HUH. DOZER HELPS.>>>WHOA…>>WHY IS TIMOTHY TAKING SO LONG?>>>VROOM, VROOM…>>>(giggling) (bell ringing)>>WHERE DID YOU GO AT RECESS?>>I WAS PLAYING WITH CHARLES.>>CHARLES DOESN’T LIKE TO PLAY WITH ANYBODY. HE’S SHY.>>HMM. HE WASN’T SHY AT RECESS.>>(clapping) ALL EARS, CHILDREN. I WANT TO SHOW YOU THE SCHOOL SAFETY ALARM. WE ONLY PULL IT IF THERE’S AN EMERGENCY. IF THE ALARM BELL GOES OFF, IT WILL GET EVERYBODY’S ATTENTION. WHEN WE HEAR IT, WE FORM A STRAIGHT LINE AND MARCH RIGHT OUTSIDE. LET’S PRACTISE. NO RUNNING, FRANK. NO PUSHING, FRANK. (alarm ringing) THAT’S RIGHT, CHILDREN. QUICK STICKS, OUT THE DOOR. WELL DONE, CHARLES. JUST LIKE IN A REAL EMERGENCY. I’M RIGHT BEHIND YOU. (piano ♪♪) BOW TO THE LEFT. BOW TO THE RIGHT. NOW CIRCLE ‘ROUND AND ‘ROUND. (piano ♪♪)>>YEE HAW!>>>WOO HOO!>>NOW GO THE WRONG WAY ‘ROUND.>>>(giggling)>>WELL DONE, CHILDREN. (piano ♪♪) READY YOKO? READY TIMOTHY?>>READY, MRS. JENKINS.>>IN AND OUT YOU GO. ♪ CLAUDE AND GRACE ♪ YOU DO-SI-DO ♪ SWING YOUR PARTNER ♪ ‘ROUND AND ‘ROUND ♪ SWING YOUR PARTNER ♪>>WOW, FRANK’S FEET ARE OFF THE GROUND.>>HUH?>>YEE HAW!>>(gasping)>>Mrs. Jenkins: SWING YOUR PARTNER!>>SQUARE DANCING IS FUN. NOW IT’S YOUR TURN, DORIS.>>HEY, WHERE’S CHARLES? (piano ♪♪) WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN THERE?>>I’D HIDE TOO IF I HAD TO DANCE WITH DORIS.>>Doris: DON’T BE SHY! (piano stopping) CHARLES WON’T DANCE.>>DON’T YOU WANT TO DANCE, CHARLES? ALL RIGHT, YOU SIT THIS ONE OUT.>>NO FAIR!>>NORA CAN TAKE YOUR PLACE.>>OKAY. YA HOO! (piano ♪♪) SWING YOUR PARTNER!>>HMM. BEAT THAT.>>THERE. (telephone ringing)>>HELLO? YES, HE IS. IT’S FOR YOU, CHARLES. GO AHEAD, SON.>>HI, CHARLES.IT’S TIMOTHY.>>HI, TIMOTHY.>>I FOUND SOME GREAT STUFF FOR BUILDING. I’LL BRING THEM INTO SCHOOL TOMORROW, OKAY?>>OKAY.>>OKAY.>>>VROOM, VROOM…>>Timothy: WATCH OUT BELOW!>>>(giggling)>>(blowing whistle)>>>HI, LOW, GO FRANKS GO! HI, LOW, GO FRANKS GO!>>TIMOTHY, CHARLES, RECESS IS OVER.>>ALREADY?>>(blowing whistle) COME ON, BOYS, TIME FOR SOCCER.>>CHARLES WON’T PLAY.>>COME ON, LET’S GO.>>TIMOTHY, CHARLES, YOU’RE ON NORA’S TEAM.>>ALL RIGHT! WE’RE ON THE SAME TEAM. IT’LL BE FUN.>>Coach: AND CHARLES, WHY DON’T YOU PLAY GOAL, HUH?>>Nora: TURN AROUND, LILLY. YOU’RE GOING THE WRONG WAY.>>(sighing)>>>(cheering)>>(blowing whistle) WHAT HAPPENED TO CHARLES?>>VROOM, VROOM…>>WHERE’S CHARLES?>>WHAT DO YOU WANT TO PLAY WITH HIM FOR? HE DOESN’T LIKE TO PLAY.>>YES HE DOES. HI, HENRY.>>HELLO, TIMOTHY.>>HAVE YOU SEEN CHARLES?>>HMM. CHARLES, ARE YOU IN THERE? NOPE, NO CHARLES.>>(giggling)>>YOU IN HERE? NOPE. HA HA HA… I DID SEE HIM IN THE COATROOM A WHILE AGO.>>THANKS, HENRY.>>THREE, TWO, ONE, BLAST OFF!>>THERE YOU ARE.>>UH-HUH.>>WOW, GREAT ROCKET SHIP. CAN I FLY TOO?>>LET’S GO TO THE MOON. WE’RE GOING TO THE MOON!>>HMM. WE NEED A FLAG FOR WHEN WE LAND ON THE MOON. I’LL BE RIGHT BACK.>>ROGER, OVER AND OUT.>>HEY. WOW, GREAT FLAG. I’D BETTER ASK HENRY. HENRY? HENRY? (door clicking shut) OH, NO… HELP! I’M STUCK, LET ME OUT. HELP, GET ME OUT OF HERE. HELP! HELP! HELP… GET ME OUT OF HERE. HELLO? IS ANYBODY THERE? HELP, I’M STUCK. HELLO?>>I’M HERE, TIMOTHY.>>CHARLES, I’M LOCKED IN.>>DON’T WORRY. I KNOW WHAT TO DO. (alarm ringing)>>>(gasping)>>OH MY, AN EMERGENCY.>>HELLO, HENRY.>>ARE YOU OKAY, TIMOTHY?>>WERE YOU FRIGHTENED?>>ONLY A LITTLE BIT. CHARLES SAVED ME. THANKS.>>CHARLES DID THE RIGHT THING PULLING THE EMERGENCY ALARM. HE KNEW WHAT TO DO. THANK YOU, CHARLES. I THINK SOMEONE DESERVES TO BE HILLTOP SCHOOL’S FIRST SAFETY MONITOR.>>YOU’RE A HERO.>>>A SUPER HERO!>>>YAY, CHARLES!

100 comments on “Timothy Goes To School : Small Change / Shy Charles – Ep. 3

  1. I can relate to Charles a LOT. I am super shy even with family I don't know, most people don't include me in stuff and I don't have many friends, so I usually keep to myself in class, I don't talk much in school, I get very anxious in normal situations (like the dancing game in the episode), I'm uncomfortable talking on the phone, I get scared in sports… I'm screwed for life.

  2. When an ad interrupts the welcome song!!
    😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  3. Nora’s such a brat in this Small Change. When Lily asked her what she was making, Nora’s reply was really mean

  4. Aw! Such cute animals!!!😍😍😍😍❤❤❤❤😚😚😚😚😃😃😃😃😉😉😉😉😆😆😆😆

  5. 19:38 DON'T BE SHY!!!!!!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  6. Too bad Timothy and Yoko like each other, they could never have kids in the future! Also Charles is not a very nice gentleman to women!

  7. "I'd hide too if I had to dance with Doris" WTH Timothy how could you? 0_0 I mean, I get Doris is mean sometimes but come on.

  8. Timothy: wow great flag I better ask Henry
    me: um timothy Henry is not in there
    Timothy: Henry Henry Henry
    me: sigh Timothy the mop it closed the door
    Timothy:sigh
    Timothy: oh no help am stuck let me out help get me out of here help help help help get me out of here
    me: oh Charles I am so glad you are here Timothy needs your help
    Timothy: hello is any body here help am stuck hello
    Charles: am here Timothy
    Timothy: Charles am locked in
    me: that's it you should pull the alarm
    Charles: don't worry it know what to do

  9. I’m not keen on change either it makes my tummy tight and feel emotional. I’ve moved quite a few times in my life for reasons. Mum keeps apologising to me of what happened to us and that she can’t change the past. I’m glad we didn’t stay in one place forever. I realised if I stayed in the same place I wouldn’t have any new experiences and whe my sister wanted to leave the nest. I like how we all change and move on anyway. Some things will stay the same I’m sure of it.

  10. Too bad Nora’s Mama and Dad were never being together, and it’s too bad they didn’t dance together when Nora and Jack were making music in the episode “My Family”

  11. I used to watch it on treehouse when I was like 10. I'm 17 now and it brings back memories from when life was more simple. I probably don't truly understand yet but this is great for parents and shows how a nuclear family is supposed to work. (the whole series) I would wish this for my kids but the likelihood of that is little in today's world.

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