Dora The Explorer (2000) s07e20 Episode Script

Little Map

1 [Cheerful music] - dora, dora, dora the explorer dora dora, dora, dora the explorer - Dora! - Boots and super cool exploradora - Yeah! - Grab your backpack vamonos, let's go you can lead the way lead the way lead the way dora, dora, dora the explorer - do-do-do-do-do dora - dora, dora, dora the explorer - dora swiper, no swiping swiper, no swiping - Oh, man.
- Dora the explorer! - Hola! Soy dora.
- And I'm boots.
- Today we're at the library - Where there are so many cool books to read.
- Do you like books? We love books! Both: We're book explorers! - And we're going on a story adventure.
Come on.
Let's check our story wall.
- Look, look! Here's the story wall.
- With all the stories we've read in the book explorers club.
- Acierto, amigos.
Book explorers can go on amazing story adventures.
You can be a book explorer exploring stories every book is like a door Both: and adventure lies on the other side All: so come on we'll show you it's true - you're a book explorer too - Come on! Vamonos! - You can ride a magic carpet with Aladdin - or sit down for tea with Alice and her friends - the tortoise beats the hare to the finish line - I can climb a magic beanstalk high up in the air - and I can see a handsome prince and a maiden so fair - and someone needs to build a house of bricks for those three little pigs - I can do it! - I can help! - You can be a book explorer exploring stories Both: every book is like a door All: and adventure lies on the other side so come on we'll show you it's true you're a book explorer - you're a book explorer Both: you're a book explorer too - book explorer too All: you're a book explorer too - Ooh-ooh-ahh-ahh! I'm ready for a story adventure! - [Giggles] Me too, boots! - Okay, there are three things missing from our story wall.
So for today's adventure, you need to find and bring back a sail from a pirate ship, a magic straw from a witch's broom, and treats from a basket of treats.
- Ooh-ooh! I want to find all that stuff, but where are we going to find all those things? - In the stories.
Mira.
Let's look at the story wall.
- Do you see a story that has a ship with a sail in it? That one! That's Peter Pan.
We could get a sail from his ship.
We can get a magic straw from the witch's broom.
Where is the witch? Right.
That's the witch from the wizard of oz.
Now we only need to find the basket of treats.
Who has the basket of treats? Yes.
That's little red riding hood.
Sail, straw, treats.
First we need to get the sail from Peter Pan.
- Here are your books.
Acuerdate, dora, these are library books.
You need your library card to use them.
- I have my library card.
- Bueno! Now, to go into a story, you have to say the magic words: Entra Al cuento.
- Can you say, "entra Al cuento"? Great! Say, "entra Al cuento.
" [Together] Entra Al cuento! - Whoa! The library card is taking us into the story! [Whooshing] - Hey, we're on Peter Pan's ship! - Lo siento.
That sail's not right.
- Miren.
There's Peter Pan, and I think he needs help.
Come on! Hola, Peter.
Soy dora.
And this is boots.
We're book explorers.
- Mucho gusto.
We're trying to put up our sails.
- Arg! You won't get away this time, Peter Pan! - Dora, who's that? - Uh-oh.
I read this book.
That sounds like captain hook! Do you see captain hook? Yeah, there he is! - Come on, pirates! We've got to catch that Peter Pan! - Uh-oh.
Captain hook is getting closer.
- Oh! Closer? - Rapido, amigos! We've got to put up the right sails so we can sail away from captain hook.
- Uh We don't know which sails to use.
- We can help! - Go, tinker bell! - Quick! We need to find the right sails for Peter's ship.
Tell tinker bell what shape goes here.
A triangle, right! What shape goes here? Rectangle, correcto! Let's see what shape goes here by counting the sides.
Count with me.
One, two, three, four, five.
Five sides, so that's a Pentagon.
Do you see the Pentagon? You found it! Maravilloso! We found all the sails.
- Gracias, tinker bell.
Sails up! [Wind whistling] Oh, no! The wind is blowing the sails down.
- And here comes captain hook! - Here he comes! Here he comes! - Arg! Come on, you swines! We've got to take Peter Pan's ship! - Okay, mateys! Grab the sail rope.
[Wind whistling] Whoa! We've got to get these sails up! All hands on deck! [Wind whistling] - We all need to pull the sail rope.
Put your hands out in front of you to pull the rope.
Now pull it! Pull it! Pull it! Pull it! [Triumphant fanfare] - Bravo! Here we go! [Upbeat music] All: we're sailing the seas of blue got to get away from hook and his crew - yo-ho-ho come on, let's go All: we're ready to begin - Aye-aye, skipper! Let's go quicker! Both: set the sails and catch the wind - 'cause hook is on our tail - Arg! - Faster! Faster! We got to go faster! All: catch that wind that's in our sails we're sailing the seas of blue - ride the waves - catch the wind Both: and pull the sail rope too All: we're sailing the seas of blue we got away from hook and his crew - Gracias por ayudarnos, amigos.
Now, is there anything we can do for you? - Ask him, dora! Ask him! - Peter, we need to get a sail from a ship.
- No hay problema.
Por favor, take it.
We've got an extra sail.
- Cool! We've got our sail for the story wall! [Triumphant fanfare] - Gracias, Peter! I'll put the sail in backpack for safekeeping.
- Yum, yum, yum! Delicioso! - Ooh-ooh! What do we need to get for the story wall next, dora? - Sail, straw, treats.
We got the sail from Peter Pan's ship.
Check! So next we need the Straw, right! - The magic straw from a witch's broom! - Good luck on your next story adventure, amigos.
[Laughter] - We have to go into the wizard of oz to get the magic straw.
To go into the story, say, "entra Al cuento.
" Louder! Both: Entra Al cuento! - Whee! We're on the yellow brick road.
Boots, check it out.
Here comes Toto, Dorothy, the tin man, the scarecrow, and the lion.
Hola, amigos! - Hola! We're on our way to see the wizard, but the witch is trying to stop us.
- [Cackling] - There she is! There she is! - [Cackling] - And she's flying really fast on her broom.
We'll try to stop her, Dorothy.
- Oh, gracias! - We've got to help Dorothy and her friends by stopping the witch.
- How are we going to stop her, dora? How, how, how? - Wait.
I read this book, and it said the witch doesn't like water.
- Ooh! We've got to find water! - Do you see something that can spray water? Si! A fountain! If the fountain sprays the witch with water, she'll lose her powers and slow down.
- Yeah, then we can grab the magic straw from her broom.
- Uh-oh! The water is going down.
- But we need it to go up high in the air.
- I know.
If we sing higher, we can get the water to go up.
I need your help.
Sing with me.
LA-LA, LA-LA, LA It's working.
Sing even higher.
LA-LA, LA-LA, LA Sing even higher! LA-LA, LA-LA, LA - No! I don't like water! - Look, a magic straw from the witch's broom! - We've got to catch it.
- Put your hands out in front of you like this to catch the straw! Now catch it, catch it, catch it! Both: We got it! - Good catching.
- Looks like the witch lost her powers.
- And we got our straw for the story wall.
[Triumphant fanfare] I'll put the magic straw in backpack for safekeeping.
- Yum, yum, yum! Delicioso! - What do we need to get for the story wall next, dora? - Sail, straw, treats.
We got the sail from Peter Pan's ship.
Check! And we got the magic straw from the witch's broom.
Check! So next we need the Treats! Right! The basket of treats is in little red riding hood.
We've got to go into the story.
What do we say? Both: Entra Al cuento! - Louder! Both: Entra Al cuento! - Little red riding hood, here we come! - Mira! There's little red riding hood with her basket of treats.
AndShe's running from grandma's house? - And it looks like her grandma is chasing her? - Wait.
I read this story.
I don't think that's her grandma.
Ooh, what big eyes she has.
And, ooh, what big ears she has.
Y miren! What big teeth she has! Ding! Is that little red riding hood's grandma? Who is chasing little red riding hood? The wolf! - You'll never find your basket now! [Chortling] - Uh-oh! We've got to help little red riding hood.
Hola, little red riding hood.
Soy dora.
And this is boots.
- We're book explorers.
- Hola, amigos.
The wolf took my basket of treats for my grandma, and now I can't find it.
- No te preocupes.
We can help you find your basket of treats.
[Vibrant horn music] Both: looking for the basket looking everywhere got to find the basket let's try over there - Is this the basket of treats? [Birds chirping] - Nope.
That's a bird's nest.
Let's keep looking.
All: looking for the basket looking everywhere - Is this the basket of treats? [Cat meows] - No, that's a little kitten.
We've got to find my basket.
All: looking for the basket it's around here somewhere - Is this the basket of treats? Yes! That's it! That's the basket! All: now we found the basket full of yummy treats so little red riding hood can go to grandma's house to eat - Muchas gracias.
Now I can give my grandma her basket of treats.
- Mijita.
- Abuela! Abuela, mis amigos me ayudaron.
Son exploradores de libros.
- Muchas gracias, exploradores.
Quiero compartir Las frutas con ustedes.
- Abuela wants to share her fruit treats.
- Really? Really? - ¿De veras? - Si, claro.
Tomen lo que gusten.
- Gracias, abuela.
- De nada, monito.
- Muchas gracias.
We've got our treats.
- Yum, yum, yum! Delicioso! [Triumphant fanfare] - Whoo-hoo! Now we have everything we need to finish our story wall.
- Come on! We've got to get back to the library.
Say, "entra a LA biblioteca.
" [Whooshing] - Dora, boots, you made it back from your story adventures! - We did! - And we can't wait to finish the story wall.
- Did you get the sail, the straw, and the treats for the story wall? Both: Yeah! - I put everything in backpack for safekeeping.
I need your help.
Will you check my backpack for the sail, the straw, and the treats? You have to say, "backpack.
" [Jazzy music] - Backpack, backpack backpack, backpack Yeah! Hola, book explorers.
Dora needs the three things she and boots got on their story adventures.
Does she need the pail? Oops! She needs the sail, not the pail.
Do you see the sail? There it is.
Does she need the seesaw? No.
She needs the magic straw, not the seesaw.
Do you see the magic straw? Right.
There it is.
And she needs the treats from the basket of treats.
Do you see the fruit treats? You found them! Smart looking! Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum! Delicioso! - Muy bien! You found everything! First let's put up the sail.
Where does the sail go? [Triumphant music, wind whistling] - Wow! - Now let's have the straw for the broom.
Do you see the broom? [Dramatic music] And where do we put the treats? [Upbeat music] In the basket, right.
- Look, the story wall is finished.
we got a sail from Peter Pan and outran captain hook - a magic straw from the witch's broom in the wizard of oz book Both: since helping out is always good we helped out little red riding hood - And got some treats! - Yay! We did it! Both: because we are book explorers exploring stories every book is like a door and adventure lies on the other side All: so come on we'll show you it's true you're a book explorer too - They found everything.
- The story wall is all filled in.
- Maravilloso! - Wow! - Que Linda.
- Si, estupendo.
Dora, boots, you found everything you needed in the books.
You're great book explorers.
- You were a great book explorer today too.
- Yeah, we went into the books and had amazing story adventures.
- And we finished the story wall.
[Triumphant fanfare] Both: We did it! We did it - we did it - we did it Both: yeah, lo hicimos - we did it - we used our library card to go into the books we did it both: we did it - we did it both: Hooray! And helped Peter Pan get away from captain hook - we did it - we did it Both: we did it - there are lots of book adventures waiting for you - go to the library and be a book explorer too Both: Yeah! - We did it - we did it All: we did it - yeah, lo hicimos - we did it all: we did it - Yeah! We had such a great adventure in all those books today.
What was your favorite part? I liked that too.
- My favorite part was helping Peter Pan find the right sails for his ship.
- My favorite part was finding little red riding hood's basket of treats.
Both: looking for the basket [Laughter] - Remember, the library is a place where you can go on amazing story adventures.
- And you can be book explorers, just like us.
- That's right, boots.
Thanks for helping us be book explorers today.
- We couldn't have done it without you.
- Gracias!