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  • Announcer Bunny here.

  • Don't touch that remote.

  • Here comes Between the Lions.

  • ♪ ♪ ♪

  • Ooh... ♪

  • ♪ I read this book

  • It's red, come look

  • ♪ A book about ourspecial love

  • Homophones. ♪

  • If you think that was fun, watch this.

  • CLEO: Between the Lions with captioning

  • is funded in part by...

  • THEO: A "Ready to Learn" television cooperative agreement...

  • CLEO: From the U.S. Department of Education...

  • THEO: Through the Public Broadcasting Service...

  • CLEO: And by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

  • THEO: I love how you said that, Cleo!

  • CLEO: We do have additional funding to talk about.

  • THEO: Oh, right, of course.

  • ( clears throat )

  • Additional support is provided by the Park Foundation...

  • CLEO: Dedicated to education and quality television...

  • THEO: And the Civil Society Institute.

  • CLEO: You know, Theo, I never get tired of telling people

  • about our funders.

  • THEO: Me either!

  • I could do it at least once every day.

  • CLEO ( laughing ): We do.

  • THEO: Oh, yeah, right, we do.

  • WOMAN: ♪ Hey, now... ♪

  • Hey, wow... ♪

  • Here's how

  • Come and read

  • Between the lions

  • CHORUS: ♪ Come on

  • Come in

  • Begin

  • The world awaits

  • WOMAN: ♪ Between the lions

  • Between the covers of a book

  • It's time to look between the lions

  • Behold the tales beyond the tails

  • CHORUS: ♪ Behind the door

  • Become, explore

  • Come in between the lions

  • Begin between the lions

  • Be here between the lions! ♪

  • ( slide whistle blows )

  • Oh!

  • May I help you?

  • ( slide whistling blowing )

  • The biographies?

  • Ah, yes-- true stories about the lives of real people.

  • The library is filled with them.

  • ( slide whistle blows )

  • Clouds?

  • I don't think we have biographies of clouds.

  • No, no, no, no.

  • Clouds are not people.

  • Sometimes a cloud can look like a person.

  • ( slide whistle blows )

  • BOTH: Oh!

  • Clowns!

  • ( laughing )

  • Oh, of course.

  • All clown books,

  • including biographies of clowns,

  • are up the stairs

  • and down the hall of mirrors.

  • Listen for the bicycle horn.

  • Honk, honk.

  • ( whistle blowing )

  • BOTH: You're welcome.

  • What a nice clown, huh?

  • Yeah.

  • Hey, Clay, that gives me an idea.

  • Let's go get a book about how to be a, um, uh...

  • Uh... clown?

  • Yeah, how to be a clown.

  • ( both laughing )

  • How to be a clown?

  • Those two birds already are clowns.

  • LIONEL: Mom, Dad!

  • Is he here?

  • Is he here yet, huh?

  • Who?

  • BOTH: Grandpa!

  • ( chuckles )

  • I knew that.

  • I was just funnin' you.

  • Your grandpa is on his way.

  • Actually, he should be here by now,

  • shouldn't he, Cleo?

  • ( sniffs )

  • He is.

  • He is?

  • Hey, Cleo!

  • ( gasping )

  • Oh, hi, Dad!

  • Oh, no one can sneak up on my daughter--

  • not even her old man in sneakers!

  • BOTH: Grandpa!

  • Oh, Dad.

  • Cubs!

  • ( all laughing and cheering )

  • Oh, I missed you!

  • BOTH: Oh, we missed you, too!

  • I missed you three.

  • ( all laugh )

  • Hey, what have you got in the bag, sir?

  • I brought a little something for everybody here.

  • ( chuckling )

  • Meat chowder for my son-in-law.

  • Meat chowder?

  • For me?

  • Oh, you're going to love this, Theo.

  • It's a family recipe.

  • Made with my special "outgredient."

  • Uh, I'm sorry, sir, but, uh, don't you mean "ingredient"?

  • No, I mean outgredient.

  • An ingredient is something you put in

  • and an outgredient is something you leave out.

  • Ingredient is also a real word.

  • Outgredient is a word he made up.

  • ( all laugh )

  • What's the special outgredient

  • in your meat chowder, Grandpa?

  • In my meat chowder

  • I leave out...

  • Not the meat, right?

  • Not the meat.

  • the chowder!

  • Yes!

  • So it's not the meat, right?

  • All meat, all meat.

  • ( laughing )

  • ( chewing loudly )

  • Ooh, goodness.

  • I like the way your husband slobbers over his food.

  • Yeah, it's one of the main reasons I married him.

  • What else is in the bag, Grandpa?

  • Let's see, what have we got in here.

  • Oh, yes, a flower

  • for my wonderful, smart and talented daughter.

  • I grew it myself in my garden.

  • Oh, thanks, Dad.

  • Oh!

  • ( gasps )

  • Ha! I overwatered it!

  • Oh, Dad.

  • ( laughing )

  • And last but not least,

  • for my two favorite grandcubs I have four words:

  • ( echoing ): out in outer space!

  • BOTH: Huh?

  • And those four words

  • in that exact order are in a story

  • that I have to tell you

  • about someone who did something outstanding,

  • out of the ordinary.

  • Wow, you tell the best stories, Grandpa.

  • Aw, shucks.

  • You're right.

  • Well, everything I need to tell it to you

  • is already set up in the computer room.

  • BOTH: To the computer room!

  • I had a feeling you were going to day that.

  • Oh, have fun.

  • GRANDPA: See you later.

  • ( chuckling )

  • ( chewing loudly )

  • ( sniffs deeply )

  • Ahh...

  • Um, I left you some.

  • Oh, for me?

  • Thanks, Love.

  • You're welcome.