Ask the StoryBots (2016) s01e03 Episode Script

Why Do I Have To Brush My Teeth?

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Come on, guys, let's go.
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Boop.
StoryBots Livin' inside computer parts The StoryBots Whaa! Helping kids get super smart They love to learn They love to learn And adore adventure Whoo-hoo! And answering questions Is their business and pleasure There's a whole department Whose only task Is to answer anything we ask So let's see if Team 341-B Can solve another mystery The StoryBots Meet Beep and Bing Bang Boop and Bo Just ask 'em What you wanna know Just ask the StoryBots And when they get a stumper That demands investigation It's to the Outer World On a hunt for information StoryBots Got a question? Got lots? If something's got ya baffled Worry not Just ask the StoryBots Just ask the StoryBots Boop.
Weimaraner! Polka! Jupiter! I said I needed these files shredded.
Not breaded! Breaded.
Smash 'em! Ow! What? Who am I gonna get to answer that? Get me Team 25-B-A.
Ballet class? Then give me Team 87-Z-Y-Z.
Jury duty? Well, who is available? And don't tell me Of course, they are.
Boop! Sometimes you just gotta stop and smell the roses.
Ah-choo! Do you guys ever make a normal Ah-choo! Ah-choo! What's with all these Ah-choo! Flowers? - Ah-choo! - Oh.
Aren't they beautiful? - I picked them myself.
- Ah-choo! There's some begonias, petunias, and daisies.
- Ah-choo! - Whoopsies! Are you guys done dillydallyin'? Answer Team 341-B reporting for duty, sir.
Good, 'cause this kid has a question Ah-choo! And she needs an answer pronto! Capisce? Sir, yes, sir.
Well, get ready for a whopper of a Ah-choo! Of a question Story Ah-choo! Ah-choo! Ah-choo! Hi, StoryBots.
My name is London.
Hi, London! What's your question, London? StoryBots, I wanna know why I have to brush my teeth.
Uh, like, what's wrong with brushing your teeth? I don't like to brush my teeth 'cause it's annoying.
Annoying? What's annoying about brushing your teeth? When I'm sleepy, um and I want to get in the bed, um I have to do that first.
And that's annoying.
Yeah, I can get that.
- Yeah, yeah.
- Yeah, good point.
Um, so why do we have to brush our teeth? Uh Well Oh, I know.
I know where we can find the answer.
StoryBots, prepare for transport.
Let's find out why we have to brush our teeth! Outer World, here we come! Well, don't expect a miracle, kid.
Ah-choo! Aah! Ohh-aah! Eee! Ohhh! Boop! Dude, where are we? - We're in a boy's bedroom.
Oh - Shh.
Look down below.
That kid's sleeping.
Do you know what's beneath his pillow? - His head? - The mattress? - Box spring? - The ground? Six hundred count Egyptian cotton? No.
It's a tooth.
That boy lost a tooth today, And he put it there for the Tooth Fairy to pick up.
Oh.
the Tooth Fairy will know why London needs to brush her teeth.
What are we waiting for? Let's go! Here we are, guys.
We just climb up this blanket, and the tooth's up there.
- It's pretty dark in here, man.
- Shh.
- Really hot in here.
- Guys, shh.
Hey, that tickles.
- I can't see anything.
- There's no way out! - I think we're lost.
- We're never gonna find the tooth.
Oh, there it is.
Yeah.
I got it! I got the tooth.
Guys, it's the Tooth Fairy.
Whoa.
What are you StoryBots doing here? And don't tell me you're getting into the tooth business, because that's been my thing forever.
No, not at all, Tooth Fairy.
We're just trying to answer a question about teeth for a girl named London.
Oh.
A kid with a question about teeth.
Oh! How can I help? Well, she wants to know why people have to brush their teeth.
Oh.
Oh.
Well, just a moment.
Just a moment.
Why must a child brush their teeth every day? A really good question.
I simply can't say.
The Tooth Fairy's job is to take lost teeth to make room for the new ones hiding beneath.
To succeed in your quest, you must travel from here to a place that is hidden, and yet is quite near.
Look not to the lips or the cheek or the chin.
For the answer you seek, lies only within.
Right.
- Wait.
I don't get it.
- I don't have a clue.
Pfft! I am not gonna say all that again.
If you really wanna find out why you need to brush your teeth, - you need to go to the mouth.
- Oh, right.
Come on, guys.
Let's go to the mouth.
Thanks, Tooth Fairy.
Thanks for all your help.
Thanks heaps and loads, Tooth Fairy! Goodbye! Oh, oh, one moment.
Be wary.
An unbrushed mouth can be quiet scary.
Hmm.
Wake up.
Well, look it's mornin' The sun is shinin' Still kinda snoozy But we're not mindin' 'Cause it's a dazzling day And it's time to wake up Wake up, everybody.
Somewhere roosters Are cock-a-doodle-dooin' I can't hear 'em But I'm assuming So get up and greet the day It's time to wake up Oh, there they are.
Today you might eat chocolate cake But it's not as good When you're not awake You could have an adventure You can't imagine Like what? I don't know.
Wake up and see what happens See what happens Owls waste the entire day snoozin' You're not an owl So let's get movin' Leave your bed behind It'll be right where You left it come bedtime So get up and greet the day It's time to wake up Go get up and greet the day It's time to wake up Oh, look.
Those buildings are teeth.
Let's go! Dude, these teeth don't look so good.
Ugh, they smell bad, too.
Ugh.
Hello? Eww! Is anybody out there? Anyone? What a travesty.
Who are you? I'm the mayor of this here town, and I'm responsible for the over 700 types of good, hardworking bacteria livin' here.
We spend our days helping to digest foods and protect teeth and gums, but a few bad apples have other ideas.
And without Sheriff Brushy here to keep things clean, their plaque is ruining these here teeth.
- Plaque? - What's that? It's the gunk the bad bacteria leave behind after they've gorged themselves silly on the food lying around these here unbrushed teeth.
That's terrible.
Ugh, is that smell getting worse? Hey, don't look at me, man.
Huh? Stinky Bart.
We don't want no trouble.
Well, Mayor, trouble is my middle name.
I thought your middle name was Alphonse.
Zip it, Terence.
What do you want, Stinky Bart? I'm here for one thing and one thing only the bits of starchy food left all over these here unbrushed teeth.
And the sugar.
Ooh-hoo-hoo, the sugar.
Let's hit it, boys.
Yum.
I'm breaking it.
Not the enamel.
No.
Oh.
What do we do? StroryBots, you've got to help us get Sheriff Brushy back.
If this gets any worse, our town could lose its teeth for good.
Don't worry, Mayor.
We'll bring back the sheriff.
Ooh, yeah.
We'll find the sheriff.
Godspeed, StoryBots.
Godspeed.
Turn 'em yellow, boys.
All this sparkly white just ain't my style.
Hmm Heh.
Ooh.
Hmm Uh White.
And it goes a little somethin' like this All right The sun is out The day is bright Bright bright Up in the sky the clouds are white White white Up in the sky the clouds are white White white Up there the clouds are all White is for clouds White is for snow Clouds snow White is for doves and marshmallows White is for sugar - And white is for salt - What else? And you use white balls - For ping-pong or golf - OK.
- White is for milk or a wedding dress - Nice - White is for socks and picket fence - What else Clean white teeth but my favorite thing White is the color of vanilla ice cream All right The sun is out The day is bright Bright bright Up in the sky the clouds are white White white Up in the sky the clouds are white White white Up there the clouds are all white White I'm Sheriff Brushy And I'm sittin' up on a hill I don't do any work So I gotta lot of time to kill I'm doin' nothin' at all Doin' nothin' - Hi! - Huh? What in tarnation? Are you Sheriff Brushy, the sheriff of Tooth Town? I was the sheriff of Tooth Town, just like my daddy, and my daddy's daddy.
- And my daddy's daddy's daddy.
- Sheriff.
And my daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy.
- I think he's gonna keep going.
- And my daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy.
And my daddy's - Sheriff! - Ooh! That's great and all, but this is an emergency.
Why are you up here? Why aren't you protecting the town? Well, now, I spent my time brushin' those teeth, night after night, mornin' after mornin'.
And, well, it just became kind of annoyin'.
Kind of annoying? But, Sheriff.
Tooth Town is getting destroyed.
Just look, man.
Jumpin' gingivitis.
I had no idea.
Why, those rootin', tootin', good-for-nothin', slimy, sticky balls of bacteria gunk.
Horsey, my things! StoryBots, let's clean up that town.
Ah ha ha! Help! Help! Help! This looks like the end.
Sheriff? Oh! Come on out, Stinky Bart! Well, well, well.
If it isn't Sheriff Bristleface and his pitiful band of misfits.
You've been damaging these here teeth long enough.
Listen up, Sheriff! So long as there's food in these here teeth, we'll be a-eatin' it, just like my daddy.
And my daddy's daddy.
Are we really gonna go through this again? And my daddy's daddy's daddy's daddy.
Now, StoryBots.
That'll do.
Hah! Whoa! Daddy's daddy's daddy.
Huh? Toothpaste? Say ah.
Round 'em up.
Ha ha ha.
Shoot along them there buildings.
Whee! Whoo! Wow! Whoa whoa! - Oh! - Whoa! Aah! Whoa! Hey, Sheriff! Up here! Oh, boy! Aah! Ha ha! Now, tell me.
What's Sheriff Brushy gonna do without his bristles? No! Bless my stars.
Look.
Huh? Looks like you caught me at a loss, Stinky Bart, but you've forgotten floss.
Hyah.
Hi-yah-yah-yah-yah-yah! Wee-hah! Yah! Sweet salivation.
Whoa! Whoa! We'll be back.
We'll always come back.
Come back if you like, Stinky Bart, but I'll be here a-brushin' these teeth twice a day, and flossin', too! Thank you, Sheriff.
We do appreciate you, Sheriff.
Thank you, Sheriff.
Don't thank me.
Thank the StoryBots.
To my own shame, I didn't know brushin' these teeth was so important.
Well, now you know, Sheriff.
And you're gonna do great.
Come on, guys.
London needs our answer.
- Ooh! Bye-bye now.
- So long, partner.
Goodbye, StoryBots, and thanks again.
StoryBot fun fact number one hundred thirty-seven million three hundred ninety-two thousand four hundred two.
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What the? Whoa.
What are you StoryBots doin' back here? I told you to get an answer, not dillydally.
- We got the answer boss.
- Boop.
Well, start talkin'.
There are these things in your mouth called bacteria.
Yeah, some of them are good, but some of them are really bad.
They eat all the leftover food stuck between your teeth.
And leave a stinky layer of gunk on 'em.
Yuck.
It's called plaque.
I'm not looking for a plaque, StoryBots.
Just an answer.
Well, plaque is really bad.
It turns your teeth yellow, it makes your breath stink, and causes tooth decay.
If you don't do anything about it, it will even make holes in your teeth.
They're called cavities, man.
So unless you want a stinky, yellow mouth full of holes That's why you have to brush your teeth.
Even if it is kind of annoying.
All right, all right.
Let's see what you got.
- Catch! - Ow! Sorry.
Brushin' your teeth is important And not just for your breath It keeps your teeth healthy and tough 'Cause in your mouth There's living stuff called bacteria That's a mouthful.
Just there hangin' out all day It sounds kinda icky But it's really no biggie For the most part they're OK Now when you eat your food goes down But some itty bits just stick around And when bacteria digest it It forms a sticky film you guessed it That's plaque You gotta fight back You gotta brush away that plaque You gotta fight back 'Cause even though enamel's tough If the plaque's there long enough Eventually it wears The whole way through They call that hole a cavity And dentists all agree That's a bummer too so here's what you gotta do You gotta brush that plaque You gotta fight back So brush and floss your gums and teeth Above and beneath That was surprisingly well done.
Hey, look, everyone, it's London.
Hey, London.
Good to see you, London.
So, London, what did you think? Wow, that is the coolest thing I've ever heard.
Thank you, StoryBots.
I guess I will brush my teeth.
Yay! She's gonna brush.
Way to go, London.
Bye.
Goodbye, London.
Quit your dillydallyin'! Get back to work! We've got questions to answer! Let's go! - Let's go! Move! - Whoa.
So not cool.
- I think Hap needs to brush his teeth.
- Yeah.
These tasks are endless! Get back to work! Go! Go! Go, go! - Bye, boss! - Work! Work! Work! StoryBots Livin' inside computer parts The StoryBots Helping kids get super smart They love to learn They love to learn And adore adventure And answering questions Is their business and pleasure There's a whole department Whose only task Is to answer anything we ask So let's see if Team 341-B Can solve another mystery The StoryBots Meet Beep and Bing Bang Boop and Bo Just ask 'em What you wanna know Just ask the StoryBots Boop.